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Into My Bookshelf: Killer Angels

Welcome back to my bookshelf! This week’s discussion is for you history buffs, and let me tell you that there will be plenty of books for y’all on down the line. 452 more words

Charlotte Blackwood

Bloody Lane Observation Tower by Piedmont Fossil

The second, or mid-day, phase of the battle of Antietam, September 17, 1862. This farm lane served as a breastwork for the Confederate center. For about three hours 2,200 Confederates, later reinforced by additional troops, held off the attacks of a combined Union force numbering nearly 10,000. 78 more words

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Bloody Lane Observation Tower by Piedmont Fossil

The second, or mid-day, phase of the battle of Antietam, September 17, 1862. This farm lane served as a breastwork for the Confederate center. For about three hours 2,200 Confederates, later reinforced by additional troops, held off the attacks of a combined Union force numbering nearly 10,000. 78 more words

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Confederate Flags Cause Cancer

Birth of a Nation by D.W. Griffith – Trailer (1915)

At Montauk, Long Island, Preston Nichols’ scientific colleagues were ordered to study “time”. The higher-ups told Nichols and his group, “Learn everything you can about ‘time’. 831 more words

So, there's some good news, and some bad news...

Remember on Family Guy when Stewie started his own business and gave Brian his first employee review?  He did a “compliment sandwich” you know, to soften the blow of a bad review? 796 more words

Writing

Cap'n Bender's

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away Mark and I were newlyweds. Part of the “new” in newlywed was our new life in Washington, DC. 1,025 more words

Antietam

Mr. Gardner and the Erosion of the "Good Death"

Today, we are pleased to welcome back guest author James Brookes.

Alexander Gardner’s images of the aftermath of the Battle of Antietam were the first serious attempts of their kind to document the true carnage of conflict. 1,603 more words

Battlefields & Historic Places