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6 07, 2019

LONGSTREET’S CHARGE

2019-07-06T13:45:48+00:00

https://warfarehistorynetwork.com/daily/civil-war/on-they-came-like-an-angry-flood-the-battle-of-chickamauga/?utm_source=Full+WHN+List&utm_campaign=92f40a00b5-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_07_06_12_26&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8768d98141-92f40a00b5-46931957

LONGSTREET’S CHARGE 2019-07-06T13:45:48+00:00
9 06, 2019

Book Review Directory

2019-06-09T12:14:43+00:00

Editorial Review – How Can a Man Die Better   Title: How Can a Man Die Better Author: Roy V. Gaston Genre: Historical Fiction / Mystery Thriller   How Can a Man Die Better follows the journey of Cage Carew, who joins the 52nd Ohio Infantry Regiment, to get revenge on slave catcher Francois Devol

Book Review Directory 2019-06-09T12:14:43+00:00
15 04, 2019

RIVER BEAR MASSACRE

2019-04-15T17:31:50+00:00

https://allthatsinteresting.com/bear-river-massacre?fbclid=IwAR0dpe34nmx7BVECZXbmtglwSkzkaLvliHzS3t5DDVMuVERytQKiAAe2IVg

RIVER BEAR MASSACRE 2019-04-15T17:31:50+00:00
18 09, 2018

GEN. NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST

2018-09-26T17:27:22+00:00

Nathan Bedford Forrest grew up poor, in rural Tennessee, with very little formal education. In his early teens, he went into business with his uncle Jonathon Forrest, and when Jonathon was killed in a street fight, Forrest killed the assailants with a a pistol and Bowie knife. He amassed a

GEN. NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST 2018-09-26T17:27:22+00:00
5 09, 2018

BLACK SEMINOLES

2018-09-22T22:41:30+00:00

JOHN HORSE, BLACK SEMINOLE LEADER Black Seminoles, also called Seminole Maroons or Seminole Freedmen, were a group of free blacks and runaway slaves (maroons) who fled the plantations from coastal South Carolina and Georgia and escaped south into the Florida peninsula. Because slavery had been abolished in 1693

BLACK SEMINOLES 2018-09-22T22:41:30+00:00
5 09, 2018

GEN. WILLIAMS HAINES LYTLE – POET WARRIOR

2018-09-26T17:30:08+00:00

GEN. WILLIAM HAINES LYTLE THE POET-WARRIOR Gen. William Haines Lytle, (November 2, 1826 - September 20, 1863), the Poet-Warrior, was from a wealthy and politically connected family in Cincinnati, Ohio. After passing the bar exam, he established a law firm in Cincinnati, later served as a captain in

GEN. WILLIAMS HAINES LYTLE – POET WARRIOR 2018-09-26T17:30:08+00:00
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