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Are people today still affected by the Civil War? by fstroupe
In my opinion, the average American is affected little to none today by the war. I do not think that slavery would have ever survived much past the turn of the 20th Century if that long. The vast majority of Americans know little to nothing about the Civil War today, its causes, the battles, the personalities, and the effects, other than what little they remember from school, which was tainted ...
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My great grandfather was in the Civil War and was killed in it. He was from Presho, NY, where he is buried alongside his wife. Their names are Jonathan Cook and his wife was Carrie Cook. I ...
by Debs6roses - 4 hours ago
FREMANTLE is now available in Amazon e-books at: www.amazon.com/dp/B00LSWMYZI This is the second edition of the long and interesting alternative history by Roger Hughes, who reenacted ...
by Fremantle - 12 hours ago
Tom Our foundry was named Lombard Iron Works in AugustA, GA. The foundry operation was closed in the mid 1950's. Unfortunately, the "pattern" building burned in the late '50's and all those ...
by Bo Bovard - 1 day ago
While in the White House in Richmond, the Davises had an Irish nanny called Catherine (second name unknown). She was apparently in charge when little Joe fell to his death in 1864. I am ...
by fburns3333 - 1 day ago
Kepis were out of style in the military by the late 1890s. They were never very popular in the US Navy. Though the epaulettes are very naval-looking, I'd agree with ADucote that he could ...
by fstroupe - 1 day ago
Definitely old and moth-eaten. In the style of an officer's kepi intended to be worn by a captain or lieutenant, though without braid on the top. Coloring follows the later war regulation ...
by fstroupe - 1 day ago
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