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Southern states observe Confederate Memorial Day
... and fifty years after the Civil War's end, several Southern states will mark Confederate Memorial Day as an official state holiday. In ceremonies scattered across the states of the Old...
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The Gadsden Times
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Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
Ranger's 40-mile march to honour WWII hero, 24 Am...
In this April 30, 2014 photo provided by Ben Appleby, Rick Tscherne poses with a memorial to Col. William O. Darby in Torbole, Italy. The former U.S. Army Ranger is organizing a 40-mile road march in...
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Jefferson City News Tribune
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William O. Darby
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10th Mountain Division
Southern California’s role in the Civil War large...
E. Randy Wiggins, past President of Savannah Memorial Cemetery, looking at Benjamin F. Maxson (1841-1899) gravestone. Maxson, a Civil War Veteran who enlisted in Company K of the 13th Wisconsin...
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Port of Los Angeles
150 Years After Appomattox, the Civil War Still I...
Alabama, on May 4, Confederate General Richard Taylor surrendered the remaining troops east of the Mississippi River. And finally, on May 26, in Arkansas, General Edmund Kirby Smith surrendered the...
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Clifton Davis, Jr.
Clifton Hubert Davis Jr. passed from this life on March 24, 2015, in the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., from complications of Plasma Cell Leukemia. Posted Mar. 27, 2015 at 2:29...
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