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2014/10/29 19:16
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When Fort Monroe's Directorate of Public Works conducted the first archaeological assessment of the historic Army post in 1978, it didn't see much potential for uncovering subterranean secrets. When...
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2014/10/24 14:12
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This Week in The Civil War for Sunday, Oct. 26: Confederate ironclad sunk, fighting near Richmond, Virginia. A Union vessel sunk the Confederate ironclad Albemarle at its berth in Plymouth, North...
2014/10/23 07:02
2014/10/23 07:02
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If you’ve ever watched one of the approximately 3,500 singing contests now on network television – and if you have, we’ve got medical professionals standing by to help you – you’ve probably noticed a...
2014/10/22 22:23
2014/10/22 22:23
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COLUMBIA - October is International Walk to School month, but at Ulysses S. Grant Elementary School Wednesday, most students were loading onto school buses or getting picked up by parents. In the...
2014/10/19 11:39
2014/10/19 11:39
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It was a place where if they didn't know you by name, they at least knew you by face. Gallagher said when she drives past the 186-year-old landmark razed following an Oct. 22, 2013, blaze, she...
2014/10/17 14:06
2014/10/17 14:06
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This Week in The Civil War for Sunday, Oct. 19: Sheridan's Ride: Fighting at Cedar Creek, Virginia. Confederate forces, though far outnumbered and ill-equipped, attacked sleeping and encamped Union...
2014/10/16 15:08
2014/10/16 15:08
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CARTERVILLE -- We're getting a glimpse at what it was like to live more than 150 years ago. The Civil War raged on as union and confederate soldiers lost their lives by the hundreds of...
2014/10/16 01:08
2014/10/16 01:08
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MARION -- Hundreds of area students came to John A. Logan College today for a special history lesson. The campus hosted its 10th annual Civil War Days. Re-enactors showcased period clothing, weapons...
2014/10/15 01:09
2014/10/15 01:09
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David Kennedy, professor emeritus, Stanford University After Zachary Taylor’s death, Millard Fillmore inherited the presidency, and a congressional deadlock over secession. He proved instrumental in...
2014/10/11 19:58
2014/10/11 19:58
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By Dr. Telli C. Rajaratnam The stability of Government is a sine qua non for development and rapid economic progress. A classic example is Singapore. Singapore has been successful due to political...
2014/10/10 14:11
2014/10/10 14:11
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This Week in The Civil War for Sunday, Oct. 12: Chief Justice of Supreme Court in Dred Scott case dies. The fifth chief justice of the United States, Roger Brooke Taney, died this week 150 years ago...
2014/10/08 21:38
2014/10/08 21:38
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Rookie mistake, Nik. Never take a picture of your money in public. Sacramento Kings big man DeMarcus Cousins caught his 21-year-old rookie teammate taking a shot of a handful of Benjamins. Poor...
2014/10/08 06:45
2014/10/08 06:45
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The Okotoks football version of North vs. South has some similarities between that other civil battle involving Generals Robert E. Lee, Ulysses S. Grant and that ilk. Suddenly, long-time friends can...
2014/10/08 03:53
2014/10/08 03:53
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George Orwell wrote in 1945 that “the nationalist not only does not disapprove of atrocities committed by his own side, but he has a remarkable capacity for not even hearing about them.” The same...
2014/10/07 17:48
2014/10/07 17:48
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Destruction is coming to the South Posted Tuesday, October 7, 2014, at 12:48 PM Joshua, as you can see the Civil War wasn't fought in a day. Brother against Brother. In March 1864, Lincoln made...
2014/10/06 22:09
2014/10/06 22:09
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Harry Truman and Hiram Willard, Jr. “The only thing new is the history we don’t know yet,” said the late President Harry Truman. The plain-spoken man from Missouri was the last president without a...
2014/10/06 21:38
2014/10/06 21:38
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We’ve arrived at a waypoint, us Americans on our historic voyage, where our horizons are obscured by a heavy fog. Worse still, the sea about our mighty ship is littered with more diplomacy and...
2014/10/06 10:40
2014/10/06 10:40
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Cardinal George helps Mundelein church celebrate 150th anniversary St. Mary of the Annunciation Parish in Fremont Center celebrated its 150th anniversary yesterday with two special guests, including...
2014/10/05 23:40
2014/10/05 23:40
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Karen Mattucci of Naperville had to admit that she didn't recognize famed military leader and former President Ulysses S. Grant when he appeared on the grounds at Cantigny Park, riding his horse,...
2014/10/05 14:45
2014/10/05 14:45
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Barack Obama delivers his inaugural address after being sworn in as 44th U.S. president at the Capitol in Washington on January 20, 2009. U.S. President George W. Bush delvers his inauguration speech...
2014/10/29 19:16
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