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Civil War Transcendence: part 31

A NOVEL OF TRAVEL BACK IN TIME

This room was larger. It measured probably about 15 by 20 feet. A large wooden rectangular table was situated in one side of the room, with benches along its sides and arm chairs at the heads of the table. 369 more words

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Camden Expedition: April 17, 1864

CAMDEN, Ark. 

On April 17th Union General Steele sent a foraging party of close to 200 wagons to the west of Camden to confiscate corn that had been discovered by Union Patrols. 216 more words

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What Will You Remember?

I wanted to write about this for a while. It’s just one of those things that always stay with you and it’s kind of perfect but not really. 737 more words

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Camden Expedition: April 16, 1864

CAMDEN, Ark.

Union General Steele encountered another problem with supplies once the Union Army entered Camden. He was forced to share what little the army had with the Camden residents, who due to the burning of supplies by the Confederates, were starving. 88 more words

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Camden Expedition: April 15, 1864

CAMDEN, Ark.

It didn’t take long for the Union advance to run into the Confederates on the morning of April 15th.

The Confederates were outnumbered and saddle weary from their long ride. 245 more words

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how to have a second date in london

1. ASK FOR A SECOND DATE

You live on a different continent and you’ll be heading home in about 30 hours. You normally don’t ask someone out for another date during the first date, and you definitely don’t usually ask someone out for the next evening, but there’s no time to be coy! 1,349 more words

Camden Expedition: April 14, 1864

PRAIRIE D’ANE, Ark. 

After the Confederates were driven back during the Battle of Moscow Church, General Price sent Marmaduke’s Cavalry Division on a 60 mile detour to the south of the Union advance to get in front of Steele’s Army and prevent them from entering Camden, AR. 163 more words

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