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Nebraska: Civil War Round Table Of Nebraska

Native Americans' role in the Civil War; Abraham Lincoln Healed a Divided Nation. We Should Heed His Words Today. An escaped slave was the 'Florence Nightingale’ of Indiana's Civil War regiment

Posted: Wednesday Apr 1, 2020

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Nebraska: Civil War Round Table of Nebraska

Posted: (8 days ago) Native Americans' role in the Civil War; Abraham Lincoln Healed a Divided Nation. We Should Heed His Words Today. An escaped slave was the 'Florence Nightingale’ of Indiana's Civil War regiment

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Declaration of Secession : Mississippi

Posted: (17 days ago) Declaration of Secession : Mississippi,Resources.Confederate Government. A Declaration of the Immediate Causes which Induce and Justify the Secession of the State of Mississippi from the Federal Union.

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Bean's Station - American Civil War

Posted: (4 days ago) Soon, the battle started and continued throughout most of the day. Confederate flanking attacks and other assaults occurred at various times and locations, but the Federals held until southern reinforcements tipped the scales. By nightfall, the Federals were retiring from Bean’s Station through Bean’s Gap and on to Blain’s Cross Roads.

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Sickness and Disease in the Civil War

Posted: (6 days ago) Sickness and disease were the scourge of both armies and more men died of disease than in battle. Sanitation in the camps was very poor. Germs and the existence of bacteria had not yet been discovered, and medical science was quite primitive by today's standards.

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Campfire Songs - American Civil War

Posted: (7 days ago) "Wait for the Wagon" was a great campfire favorite of both Union and Confederate troops during the Civil War. The song is believed to have been composed by R. Bishop Buckley in the 1840's. An early edition of the song presented it "as sung by Buckley's Minstrels."

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Abraham Lincoln - American Civil War

Posted: (7 days ago) Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, guided his country through the most devastating experience in its national history--the CIVIL WAR. He is considered by many historians to have been the greatest American president.

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Soldiers' Homes during the Civil War

Posted: (7 days ago) Soldiers' Homes during the Civil War,Overview.Soldier Life in the Civil War

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The National Registry of Known Civil War Artillery

Posted: (12 days ago) The National Registry of Known Surviving Civil War Artillery is a resource for communities, organizations and museums with questions about original cannon and mortars that could have been used in the Civil War. Jim Bender has been the registry keeper since 2007. He succeeded artillery historian Wayne Stark. Dr.

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1860-1868 Chapter I CAUSES OF THE WAR

Posted: (4 days ago) CHAPTER I. CAUSES OF THE WAR. It was a mistake to refer the great Rebellion, for ultimate source, to ambiguity in the Constitution or to the wickedness of politicians or of the people. It was simply the last resort in an "irrepressible conflict" of principle--in the struggle for and against the genius of the world's advance.

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Sermons - American Civil War

Posted: (7 days ago) During the period leading up to the Civil War sermons were frequently printed and distributed in much the same way a periodical such a newspaper or magazine. Indeed, it was not unusual for printed sermons to have a larger distribution and readership than regional newspapers and often were included in the newspapers of the day.

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