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2014/07/27 04:32
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... words describe his military career as well as his life," said Scott Thomas, who portrays Gen. McPherson as a living historian and has spent much time studying his life. "He certainly was not a...
2014/07/27 04:32
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2014/07/13 04:22
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Even though William T. Sherman was in Georgia, the whereabouts of Nathan Bedford Forrest was always on his mind. Since Forrest's victories at Fort Pillow and Brice's Crossroads, Sherman called for...
2014/07/06 15:34
2014/07/06 15:34
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BENTONVILLE — State historic sites in North Carolina ban relic-hunting. So on June 28, Stephen Ward jumped at the chance to be an amateur archaeologist and dig in the soil around the Harper House at...
2014/07/01 11:39
2014/07/01 11:39
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The U.S. Constitution defines treason as levying war against the government and aiding and abetting its enemies. By that definition, every Confederate soldier in the Civil War—as well as every...
2014/06/30 13:48
2014/06/30 13:48
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Other Galleries Photos of the Day, June 2014 Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park marks 150 years since Union Major General William T. Sherman launched his frontal assault at Kennesaw...
2014/06/28 22:58
2014/06/28 22:58
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BENTONVILLE Relic-hunting is prohibited on state historical sites, so Stephen Ward jumped at the chance to be an amateur archaeologist and dig in the striated soil around the Harper House at...
2014/06/28 14:04
2014/06/28 14:04
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Posted: Saturday, June 28th 2014 at 8:52am 150 years ago: The Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, soldier's letter describes battle (Courtesy georgiaencyclopedia.org) KENNESAW - The Battle of Kennesaw...
2014/07/27 04:32
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