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JOHN BANKS CIVIL WAR BLOG In his footsteps at Franklin Suffering

JOHN BANKS CIVIL WAR BLOG In his footsteps at Franklin Suffering

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In his footsteps at Franklin: 'Suffering more or less all the time'

JOHN BANKS' CIVIL WAR BLOG: In his footsteps at Franklin: 'Suffering more

Emerson Opdycke: Died in 1884 after accidentally shooting himself.

town and left me in the brick church on the east of the turnpike," recalled Stuart Hoskinson.

True grit: How I survived my visit to Lone Jack (Mo.) battlefield

Killed at the Battle of Franklin, Confederate General Patrick Cleburne was buried at a cemetery behind St. John's Church near Columbia, Tenn.

Confederates attacked Union lines (behind camera) through a field across the road on Aug. 16, 1862.

On busy Columbia Pike, a historical sign notes the position of the Union forward line, overwhelmed during the battle. Yards away, you'll find a service ...

served wine by the daughters of Henry Piper (center). Hatless in the image, Henry liked

A roofing company occupies land where Rebel divisions advanced near the war-time Nashville & Decatur Railroad tracks. Nearby, a sliver of rarely visited ...

A severe storm in the Kansas City area toppled trees at Lone Jack the night before my visit.

'Pilgrim to this shrine': Reporter's 1882 Lookout Mountain visit

In 10 images, the Irish Brigade monument at Gettysburg

Nearly 20 feet high, a Celtic cross rests on a granite base.

James D. Elliott (1842-1913) - Find A Grave Memorial

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In His Footsteps: Gary Burke once sneaked into this railroad cut to gain an understanding about what his USCT ancestor experienced at the Battle of ...

John James Audubon, ca. 1850, photographed by Mathew Brady — Source

Civil War · Elektratig: Millard Fillmore, "the most Jacksonian of any president of the ...

Thompson arrived in camp”: The “Confederacy's Swamp Fox” joins Price. “

Andrew Jackson Smith (September 1843 – March was a Union Army soldier during the American Civil War and a recipient of America's highest military decoration ...

Civil War News March 2018 Sample

William Eastin English, circa 1880s. The son of William H. English, William

Frank Sanborn of Concord, Ma, resists arrest by Federal Marshals in regard to his

The Civil War of the United States: Robert Ingersoll, born August 11, 1833

Why the South Lost the Civil War – Cover Page: February '99 American History Feature

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Remembrance: Framed by a “witness tree,” the Battle of Nashville Monument on Granny White Pike honors both sides of the December 1864 fight.

JOHN BANKS' CIVIL WAR BLOG: In his footsteps at Franklin: 'Suffering more

Sherman's March To The Sea

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Why the South Lost the Civil War - Cover Page: February '99 American History Feature

Ken Burns' The Civil War Interviews

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A Minié Ball Wash?: At Nashville's Richland Country Club, site of 1864 fighting, tee boxes are marked by large replicas of Sharps carbine bullets.

JOHN BANKS' CIVIL WAR BLOG: Now & Then: In their own words,

Here's a guest post by John Gillis, followed by a brief additional comment by me.

John Maynard Keynes

Boston Civil War Memorials:

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For Cause & for Country: A Study of the Affair At Spring Hill & the Battle of Franklin Hardcover – 2007

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A clean-shaven Abraham Lincoln in the late 1850s, at about the time of the Lincoln-Douglas debates.

Public Honor and Private Thoughts, Civil War Soldiers in Their Own Words

Woodrow Wilson

Nathaniel Rollins Diary excerpts from Gettysburg Battlefield, June 30-July 6, 1863

Quiner Scrapbooks - Correspondence of the Wisconsin Volunteers, 1861-1865, Volume 1

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Walking with Dr. King: The Civil Rights Legacy of Rabbi Maurice Davis

Former Senator and Secretary of State John Kerry on the Next Fresh Air – Today at 4 pm

Flying Dutchmen and Drunken Irishmen: The Myths and Realities of Ethnic Civil War Soldiers

Graffiti on a wall along Tehran's Vali-asr Street, in protest to mandatory hijab ...

Also included are comments on the day's political and military affairs, particularly battles and lost friends. John Beck

John and his brother Hank have a popular video blog called Vlogbrothers; their followers call themselves nerdfighters. The brothers go on tour this month.

"The House That Jeff Built," by David Claypoole Johnston, 1863.

American Colonization Society's Warehouse, Monrovia. Unidentified photographer. Not dated. 9 x 12

One of the Most Decorated Veterans of All Time: David H. Hackworth

Minute Men of 61, illustration published in the History and Complete Roster of the Massachusetts Regiments, circa 1910

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John and Hester had three children – Henry, James and Martha “Patsy.” John Laurens died in 1747, bequeathing his children a considerable estate.

We were just beginning to learn about the history of bookplates when a familiar sight appeared in his presentation:

John Cavicchi Was The Lawyer Who Won The Release of Louis Greco and Peter Limone He Uncovered One of The Worst Miscarriages of Justice in American History

Causes. There were numerous causes that led to the Civil War ...

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The treaty was ultimately signed by Americans John Adams, Benjamin Franklin and John Jay.

Every inch of John McCain's body shouted endurance. As a prisoner of war in Vietnam, he refused early release from prison and spent five-and-a-half years ...

1852 Conventions

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Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States.

“Maryland Tournament at Horn Point, October 14.” Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.

Duke historian John Hope Franklin (left) and political scientist Samuel DuBois Cook, both of whom are featured in the HistoryMakers database of oral history ...

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The Civil War of the United States: Robert Ingersoll, born August 11, 1833

I now go resolved still to labour for peace at the same time determined in the last event to stand or fall with my country. I have the honour to be Henry ...

Born in Massachusetts, Dr. Smith spent his medical career in the Navy beginning as a surgeon's mate on July 24, 1813, and rising to surgeon ...

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Picture: William Hogarth - Beer Street. Originally 1751 this is a print from an

Useful Notes / The American Civil War

Left: Amos Kendall, 4th Auditor of the U.S. Treasury (1829-1836). Right: John Randolph of Roanoke, Senator of Virginia