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Journalism And War: The American Twins By: Mark Wadsen | Jan 21st 2016 – In the courtroom, reality replaced fiction, but the impression of a massacre had not been erased. The words of the Gazette in its best fictional form were truly the words of revolution. John Adams in 1815, summarized: "��What do we mean by Revolution? The war? That was no part of the revolution; it was only an effect … Tags: Classic Taste By Decorating Your Home With Civil War Swords By: Jwrights | Jul 22nd 2013 – Is home-decoration an enjoyable task for you? Are you having a unique taste and selection? Interior decoration is necessary to transform the look and feel of your home. Your home will be more appealing if you will decorate it with right accessories. Tags: Lincoln Vs. Congress By: Shelly Greenhalgh-Davis | Jan 12th 2013 – At the conclusion of the Civil War Abraham Lincoln battles Congress to pass the 13th Amendment in this Oscar-nominated Steven Spielberg film Tags: Civil War Caps And Hats For Re-enactments By: Samuel | Sep 6th 2012 – Civil war caps are the most recognizable parts of the soldier"��s uniform be it the elevated, brimmed cap suitable for officers, the slouch hat for the private, or the unusual fez related with the regiments of Zouave, the hats utilized by those who took part in the Civil War are amongst the pieces of clothing closely relate … Tags: Civil War Art: Remembering The Past Through Art By: Rebecca Glessner | Jun 25th 2012 – War is always a defining moment in any nation"��s history. It creates an impact so great that succeeding generations continue to honor the brave men and women who have sacrificed their lives for the glory of their nation. Tags: Struggle History Of Appalachian Coal For Existing By: maggie | Mar 22nd 2012 – Coal mining in Appalachia has survived deadly explosions, the Great Depression and the country"��s largest armed insurrection since the Civil War. The latest threat is booming shale-gas production. Tags: Rules For The Civil War Drinking Game By: Mike Hartley | Jan 10th 2012 – Civil War Drinking Game is an alternative of the standard Beirut or beer pong drinking game although it involves bigger teams, faster action and a considerably more concentrated intake of alcohol. In this drinking game, two teams of four or more players compete against each other by lining up on one side each of a big table … Tags: Reliving The Civil War Through Art By: Rebecca Glessner | Nov 22nd 2011 – No one can deny the Civil War"��s status as a critical period in American history. Its impact continues to be felt to this day with the United States still in existence as a single, undivided country and with slavery being outlawed. Tags: Retelling The Events Of The First Battle Of Bull Run By: Art Gib | Sep 21st 2011 – Recounting the events that unfolded on July 21, 1861 the pictorial history of the Battle of Manassas is a treasured book that appeals to every Civil War enthusiast. Tags: Espionage During The War – Civil War Spies By: Henri Lind | Jul 24th 2011 – Truer words were never said, and innumerable Nations who have gained their freedom through wars and battles will accept this. War is pain, be it with anyone. Tags: Main Effects Of The War Discussed In Civil War History By: John V | Jul 10th 2011 – The history of the Civil War and the daily and long-term effects it had on the United States. Tags: Battle Of Ringgold Gap By: Steven W. Longcrier | Jun 24th 2011 – What began in 1861 with excitement and hope ended in 1865 with many thousands killed or wounded, and economic devastation… Tags: The Red Badge Of Courage, The Great Gatsby And Atonement: Crucial Texts For Wwi, Wwii And The Civil By: Paul Thomson | Jun 2nd 2011 – An examination of the role works of fiction can play in a student"��s understanding of important historical events such as WWII and the Civil War Tags: The Civil War In Georgia By: Steven W. Longcrier | May 24th 2011 – The Civil War in Georgia What began in 1861 with excitement and hope ended in 1865 with 11,000+ Georgians killed, many thousands more wounded, and economic devastation. Yet nearly 500,000 African-American slaves in Georgia were emancipated, beginning their long road to full civil rights. Tags: Civil War On The Outer Banks By: SeasideVacations | Apr 14th 2011 – The Outer Banks is known for many things "�" gorgeous beaches, world-class surfing, outstanding fishing, Blackbeard the Pirate, the Wright Brothers first flight "�" but the Civil War? Tags: The Civil War Begins: Fort Sumter, Part 1 By: Steven W. Longcrier | Apr 11th 2011 – "��The Storm May Break At Any Moment"��…..In late December 1860 speculation ran rampant as to what the newly self-declared independent Republic of South Carolina might do concerning the sixty Federal troops still garrisoned in Fort Moultrie near Charleston. Tags: Civil War Ships History By: | Mar 2nd 2011 – During the Civil War, both the Union and Confederate Navies have been better known in history for their technological advances in ship building rather than their military strategy. Tags: Southern Identity And The Causes Of The Civil War, German Identity And Wwii By: Paul Thomson | Dec 31st 2010 – An examination of national and regional identities designed for students studying for the AP US History or AP US Government exams Tags: Safely Purchase Civil War Art On The Web By: Judy Barnes | Nov 30th 2010 – The Civil War just might be the most important battle this country has ever engaged in. The War between the States had huge implications for states"�� rights, civil rights, and human rights in general. When you purchase Civil War Art you are hanging an image of history on your wall. Tags: Replica Civil War Gun And Affordable Guns Of Civil War Era By: Sarah Porter | Nov 3rd 2010 – Today, collectors love the idea of adding Civil War Muskets , to their arsenal of replicas. By shopping online, they can be confident that they can save money and secure high quality pieces conveniently. Tags: Haunted Historic Galena, Illinois Beckons Tourists To Seek Civil War Ghosts By: Brian Greenberg | Oct 14th 2010 – Tourists to historic Galena, Illinois sometimes find more than the old world charm of a Civil War era town. They sometimes see ghosts too. Ironically, the "ghosts" are helping keep the city alive. Tags: Book Review: General James Longstreet: The Confederacy’s Most Modern General By Lieutenant Colonel H By: Johnny Kicklighter | Jun 26th 2010 – General James Longstreet has not only been misjudged by history, but actually was one of the most successful generals of the Civil War. Knudsen makes the case that General Longstreet has not only been misjudged by history, but actually was one of the most successful generals of the war. Tags: Sacrificing Individuality In Steven Crane’s Civil War Novel, The Red Badge Of Courage By: Paul Thomson | Nov 25th 2009 – Henry Fleming’s struggle for identity in the midst of the Civil War in Steven Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage. Tags: The Us Constitution, 18th Amendment, Differing Views Of Intent By: Paul Thomson | Sep 22nd 2009 – A brief overview of the US Constitution and the challenge of making amendments Tags: Take A Day Trip To Civil War Battlegrounds And Historical Sites In Virginia Fun History Lesson By: Margie Dettman | Aug 11th 2009 – More Civil War battles were fought in Virginia than any other state. If you’d like to take an affordable, fun, and educational family day trip while on vacation in Virginia, visiting Civil War battlefields is a great choice. Tags: Unique History Why Civil War Reenactments Occur And Why You Should See One By: Mark Ruda | May 6th 2009 – Civil War reenactments can be fun and educational experiences for the whole family. These unique tributes started earlier than you might think, beginning even before the Civil War itself was over. Tags: April In The South By: Nate Gillespie | Apr 27th 2009 – April is an important month in American history. The Civil War both began and ended in April; between the April of Fort Sumter and the April of Appomattox Court House, more than half a million Americans died on battlefields stretching from Pennsylvania to Arizona. Tags: American Era History Book Review: The Civil War Through The Camera By: Spencer Holly | Mar 4th 2009 – Over 600,000 Americans died during the Civil War. This book tells that story in the fine dramatic prose of the post-Victorian era. This is a comprehensive textual work that is supported by hundreds of actual battlefield photographs. Tags: Hobby Of Honor: Civil War Bullet Collecting By: Kevin Bailey | Oct 27th 2008 – If you are looking up to take a hobby and have an interest in the history of war, then this article will introduce you to one of the most interesting hobbies there is. Tags: The American Civil War And Civil War Collectibles By: Diane2 | Jun 6th 2008 – The American Civil War was one of the bloodiest series of battles ever fought within a single country. Civil War collectibles are fascinating symbols of one of the most significant historical events of the western hemisphere. Tags: Treasure Hunting For Civil War Artifacts By: David Cowley | May 7th 2008 – If you’re a modern-day treasure hunter you may wonder how you can find some great Civil War artifacts, whether on your own or through another seller that has already found them for you. Believe it or not, there are still some great items you can find from the Civil War even after all these decades. Tags: Facts About Civil War Medicine By: Ken Stover | Oct 21st 2007 – Civil War medicine did not keep up with weapon technology of the day. This led to a huge amount of casualties during the war. Tags: How To Write A Strong Start For Your Novel By: Kathleen Ernst | Dec 25th 2006 – I revised my Civil War novel Hearts of Stone many times before selling it to Dutton Children’s Books. My editor only had one major suggestion: Consider a new beginning. If you’re revising a novel, considering the first scene should be one of your last steps. It’s hard to know how best to begin until you’re … Tags: From The Battlefield To The Bookstore By: Kathleen Ernst | Dec 24th 2006 – For many reenactors, military and civilian, one of the pleasures of a weekend spent in the field is that elusive moment when everything works. I’ve heard the sensation called the bubble,�"’ or simply the magic.�"’ There’s no way to predict exactly when it will happen. The feeling may last only seconds. But once you’ … Tags: Costa Rica Caribbean Travel By: Burt Cotton | Aug 1st 2006 – Wondering where to go? Why not try the world of great tropical adventure that Costa Rica offers? A Costa Rica Caribbean travel offers you active volcano exploration, wild animals, lush rainforests, and great beaches. On one of the ultimate paradises left untouched on this planet, there are no military, no nuc … Tags: Genealogy – Trace Your Family’s History By: Catherine Olivia | Jul 11th 2006 – Did you ever consider that your great-great-grandfather may have fought in the civil war? Perhaps your great-great-great grandfather made his way here from the "old country" on a great old sailing ship with just a few pence in his pocket. What of your grandmother? Perhaps she was the local librarian in her town. Once they s … Tags: New-gate In New England: Hard Time Connecticut Style By: dave4 | Jun 26th 2006 – Connecticut was once home to America"��s biggest dungeon: the mine/prison known as New-Gate. Tags: Indian Legends And Victorian Bath Houses: The History Of Eureka Springs By: dave4 | May 31st 2006 – How do a few natural springs in Arkansas"�� Ozarks result in over 150 years of all American tourism? How, indeed? Tags: The Passion Of Baseball Card Collecting By: Robert Benjamin | May 25th 2006 – Baseball card collecting has been around since the 1800’s, and millions of young and old enthusiasts collect baseball cards. Serious involvement shown by some enthusiasts who invest a lot of money and some even pursue a career in baseball cards. Baseball cards are sold for as little as 10 cents while a few cards are traded … Tags: The Czar’s Secret By: J Schipper | May 7th 2006 – One enduring mystery that is now at least partly solved thanks to forensic DNA evidence is the 80 year-old mystery surrounding the fate of Russia’s royal family. In the summer of 1918, Russia was engaged in a civil war between the communist revolutionaries, called the Reds or Bolsheviks, and opponents who eit … Tags: An Overview Of Liberia For Travelers By: Richard Monk | Mar 26th 2006 – The Republic of Liberia was on of the more stable African countries until a massive civil war. For extreme travelers, the war is over and Liberia is back on the map. Here"��s a look at where the country has been and where it is going. Tags: 相关的主题文章: