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An Extraordinary Union

An Extraordinary Union by Alyssa Cole

Book 1 in The Loyal League series

Romance/ Historical Fiction/ Civil War/ Spies/ Interracial Couple/ Forbidden Love/ Adventure

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 393: Something Photography-related

A sunny, cold day outside and I am inside in a warm room, getting ready for the day that will be filled with the working and the talking and the clicking of the keys as I mercilessly bang upon them in order to get notes written that will then sit on orders. 476 more words


Ironclad Navies: The USS Monitor and CSS Virginia during the Civil War

March 9 marks the famous meeting of the Civil War ironclad ships the USS Monitor and the CSS Virginia at Hampton Roads, Virginia. The Cartographic Branch holds numerous plans and maps relating to the Battle of Hampton Roads and to the Civil War ironclads and ships involved in the battle. 1,337 more words


Hero 27 Brigitte

Brigitte is the newest member of the Overwatch hero line up with surprising characteristics making her a unique Tank/Support hybrid that can bolster her team over time and fend of flanking or harassing heroes with ease.  766 more words


Cct2-06-xxl, Tundra 2 Glove, Black, Xxl

Cct2-06-xxl, Tundra 2 Glove, Black, Xxl
Ironclad CCT2-06-XXL, Tundra 2 Glove, Black, XXLItem Description The Ultimate Cold Weather Workhorse. The Tundra Combines The Waterproof Properties, Warmth And Comfort Of A Ski Glove With The Durability And Performance Of An Ironclad Work Glove. 312 more words


Ironclad Superweapons of the Civil War: USS Monitor and CSS Virginia

The clash of the ironclads USS Monitor and CSS Virginia in Hampton Roads on March 9, 1862 is considered a revolutionary event in naval warfare, but neither vessel quite lived up to the ambitious expectations of its sponsors. 1,512 more words

The End of the U.S.S. Monitor

December 30, 1862 – The first Federal ironclad spent its last evening above water before foundering off the coast of North Carolina.

The U.S.S. Monitor… 584 more words