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Glory Girls: Civil War

AUTHOR’S NOTE: I apologize for the delay. Busy life. 

A few weeks later, Kennedy received another package of Civil War stuff from her parents. Lizzie told her kids about the show and their ancestors in a PG rated version. 4,645 more words

Creative Writing

40 Acres and a Mule

William Tecumseh Sherman

Did you know this?

1865 – General William T. Sherman issues his Field Order No. 15,
setting aside “the islands from Charleston, south, the… 136 more words


Albert Sidney Johnston: A Veteran Legend

While there are plenty of high-ranking veteran generals who served in the Civil War, only one came out as permanently immortalized on a battlefield for a death, rather than a smashing victory. 3,639 more words

Albert Sidney Johnston

Time-Life Civil War Series

I’m not sure when I first became aware of the American Civil War series of books put out by the people at Time-Life. However, I do remember wanting a complete set. 582 more words


History in the Trees

I returned to Virginia during the winter and visited a few parks where I spent a lot of time growing up. These pictures are from a park in Newport News, VA. 148 more words


Mrs. Johnson seeks a pension.

In March 1933, Lula Johnson applied to the North Carolina Confederate Pension Board for a widow’s pension.

Johnson’s application noted that she was 60+ years of age; resided at 608 East Nash Street, Wilson; and her late husband was John Streeter, also known as John Johnson. 378 more words


2019 Lincoln Memorial Shrine Association Watchorn Lincoln Dinner

For the 10th straight year the fetching Mrs. Yepiz and I will be attending the Watchorn Dinner, where food, Civil War Scholars, Lincoln Scholars, and Civil War Reenactors meet each year to honor the greatest President in U.S. 51 more words

Civil War