The War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Civil War
Officially titled, The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, the Official Records are compiled in 127 volumes, plus a General Index and accompanying Atlas. Editor Robert N. Scott divided the OR into four major topical areas:
Posted: Friday Apr 3, 2020
The War of the Rebellion: Official Records of the Civil War
Posted: (6 days ago) Officially titled, The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, the Official Records are compiled in 127 volumes, plus a General Index and accompanying Atlas. Editor Robert N. Scott divided the OR into four major topical areas:
The Story of My Cotton Dress | eHISTORY
Posted: (11 days ago) Mother also took me to a cotton mill, on that trip. I saw how the cotton bolls arc brought to the mill and the fluffy soft white mass is combed and then spun from on bobbin another, until it is the finest thread like the ravelings from the tear in my new dress.
War of the Rebellion: Serial 077 Page 0877 Chapter LI ...
Posted: (7 days ago) War of the Rebellion: Serial 077 Page 0877 Chapter LI. RAIDS ON NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD, TENN. Search Civil War Official Records. OCTOBER 18 and 21, 1864. - Raids on the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad, Tenn. Report of Lieutenant William L. Clark, Twelfth U. S. Colored Infantry, Assistant Inspector Railroad Defenses.
The Burning of the Library of Alexandria | eHISTORY
Posted: (8 days ago) The loss of the ancient world's single greatest archive of knowledge, the Library of Alexandria, has been lamented for ages. But how and why it was lost is still a mystery. The mystery exists not for lack of suspects but from an excess of them. Alexandria was founded in Egypt by Alexander the Great.
A Woman's Voice | eHISTORY
Posted: (4 days ago) A Woman's Voice : Adella Hunt Logan's essay "Colored Women as Voters" appeared in The Crisis, the N.A.A.C.P. publication, in September 1912. While reading this essay, compare the arguments Logan makes to the arguments white women made. What does Logan say, or imply, about the roles and duties of women in society? Would suffrage, in Logan's eyes ...
The Life of a Coal Miner | eHISTORY
Posted: (3 days ago) The Life of a Coal Miner. THE SLOW PROGRESS OF THE BOY WHO STARTS IN A. BREAKER, AND ENDS, AN OLD MAN IN THE BREAKER —AS TOLD BY A MAN WHO WAS ONCE A MINER . BY REV. JOHN McDOWELL "I’m twelve years old, goin' on thirteen," said the boy to the boss of the breaker. He didn't look more than ten, and he was only nine, but the law said he must ...
Medieval Banking- Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries | eHISTORY
Posted: (7 days ago) Medieval Banking- Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries. Roberto Naranjo. Modern banking has its auspicious beginnings in the early to mid Middle Ages. Primitive banking transactions existed before, but until the economic revival of the thirteenth century they were limited in scope and occurrence. By the dawn of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries ...
THE MILITARY VERSUS LABOR. | eHISTORY
Posted: (9 days ago) THE MILITARY VERSUS LABOR. This article was scanned from the "Current Comment" section of The American Illustrated, July 30, 1892. A popular method for the instruction of youngsters is styled the kindergarten system, or object teaching. We, who see with half an eye, can easily discover that this system is not confined to those of tender years.