The American Civil War
Q & A Session with Gen. Robert E. Lee by Michael M. Nakade, M.A. (An imaginary Q & A session in a 7th grade history classroom in 2013. Gen. Robert E. Lee fields questions from students.) Question #1: Gen....
When the Civil War began, U. S. Grant was a store clerk who was unwanted by the army he had left under a cloud. But once given a chance, he would eventually rise to command the entire army.
Prisoners at the Cahaba Prison had the highest survival rate among all the Civil War prisons on both sides of the war. Only 147 men died there during their imprisonment.
The plight of African-Americans during the Civil War varied tremendously, depending on where they lived, their socio-economic status, and whether they were enslaved or free.
There is NO excuse for flying the Confederate flag. All excuses are obfuscations and blatant lies designed to allow flagrant bigots to hide behind claims of constitutional rights to free speech, when the reality is that...
An examination of Civil War General Franz Sigel's leadership during and after the Battle of Wilson's Creek taken from primary sources and the Official Records.
The Drill For Hand-To-Hand Combat, As Taught To American Civil War Troops During Drill Sessions
At Chattanooga Confederate soldiers were only yards away from Ulysses S. Grant, the most important Union general in the Civil War. But instead of shooting him, they lined up to salute him.
The American civil war shaped the future destiny of the United States. What would have happened if the Confederacy had won instead?
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