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Weekly Photo Challenge: Wall

Our theme for the Weekly Photo Challenge this week is:  Wall.
Our instructions:  “Share an image of a wall that reveals something about a place, people, or you.” 564 more words

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Book Review No. 1: Such Troops as These: The Genius and Leadership of Confederate General Stonewall Jackson (Bevin Alexander)

Having long-admired General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson, I was eager to get my copy of this book and dive right in.  While its subtitle lets one know straight-away where its author’s beliefs rest (i.e., “ 940 more words

Bevin Alexander

A BOOK REVIEW OF "REBEL YELL" BY S.C. GWYNNE

The actual title of the book is too long to include in the blog title:  Rebel Yell:  The Violence, Passion, and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson. 546 more words

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Stone Wall


Atlanta, GA (2009)

Stone Mountain, largest bas-relief in the world, with a carved area of 3 acres. The memorial to the Confederacy depicts three of its most distinguished heroes: (L-R) Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. 30 more words

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Stonewall Jackson YDC Horticulture Program Featured on NC Dept. of Public Safety Newsletter (Jan 2015)

CONCORD | Produce grown by students at Stonewall Jackson Youth Development Center is helping to feed the homebound of Cabarrus County. A special partnership to donate the vegetables grown as part of the youth development center’s horticulture program sprouted in October between Cabarrus County Meals on Wheels, the youth development center and 100 Gardens LLC, a Charlotte-based initiative working to connect the area community to struggling communities in Haiti. 21 more words

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Inheritance (Part II)

Lexington

I awake to birdsong. More than birdsong — a bird symphony, an earthquake of ravens and warblers and jays and woodpeckers shaking the room: an anarchic mess of squawking, chattering, twittering.

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Rebels Down Under: Part Two

We are pleased to welcome back guest author, Dwight Hughes.

Part two in a series.

Despite pro-Yankee sentiments in Melbourne, the preponderance of sympathy was for the South, echoing the feelings of many in Great Britain. 1,304 more words

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