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Keep Northern Texts Out Of Southern Schools

Keep Northern Texts Out of Southern Schools “The true cause of the War Between the States was the dignified withdrawal of the Southern States from the Union to avoid the continued breaches of that domestic tranquility guaranteed, but not consummated by the Constitution, and not the high moral purpose of the North to destroy slavery, [...]

Keep Northern Texts Out Of Southern Schools2017-01-19T19:35:40+00:00

Documentary featuring Nelson W. Winbush, a black son of confederate black soldier Luis Napoleon Nelson

Documentary featuring Nelson W. Winbush, a black son of confederate black soldier Luis Napoleon Nelson who fought under Nathan Bedford Forest, founder of the KKK. A series of interviews, documentation, stock footage, and reenactments all collaberate to help defend the Confederacy and it's soldiers against it's notorious reputation in regards to black slavery and what [...]

Documentary featuring Nelson W. Winbush, a black son of confederate black soldier Luis Napoleon Nelson2017-03-25T00:22:22+00:00

“Searching For Lincoln” – by Al Benson, Jr.

"Searching For Lincoln" by Al Benson Jr. A lady back east sent me a copy of an excellent documentary DVD on the Abraham Lincoln the "history" book don't tell us about. It arrived here yesterday. Last evening (Aug 31) I watched it. Usually I don't spend lots of time watching DVDs. I am busy enough [...]

“Searching For Lincoln” – by Al Benson, Jr.2015-10-06T21:52:07+00:00

Longstreet Finds Adversaries Lacking Honor

Longstreet Finds Adversaries Lacking Honor Southern commanders like James Longstreet expected their Northern counterparts to embrace the conviction that enemies no less than comrades merited honorable treatment, from officers down to enlisted men. To encourage a Southern soldier to desert was unthinkable; A letter from a Southern woman in 1862 stated that “the black title [...]

Longstreet Finds Adversaries Lacking Honor2017-03-25T00:22:30+00:00

The Governor’s Coffin

The Governor's Coffin The occupation troops of Northern General Ambrose Burnside at New Bern in mid-1862 not only loaded their empty transports with furniture, carpets and jewelry for the return trip North, but also found New Bern cemeteries full of coffins to appropriate.  Even Lincoln’s hand-picked proconsul, Edward Stanly, who was appointed “governor” of North [...]

The Governor’s Coffin2015-10-13T14:19:28+00:00

Grand Army of the Republic of Thieves

Grand Army of the Republic of Thieves With the war nearly over and nothing to gain from destroying private homes and property, Lincoln’s Grand Army added salt to the wounds in a State which was rightly driven from the Union four years earlier by his inability to compromise and avoid war. In 1865 began reconstruction [...]

Grand Army of the Republic of Thieves2017-03-25T00:22:30+00:00

The Grandest Soldiers That Ever Marched

The Grandest Soldiers That Ever Marched Perhaps the greatest accomplishment of the men who followed Lee and other Southern generals was their steadfast determination in the face of overwhelming odds. Rarely after mid-1863 were there even odds and most often Lee fought successfully against foes two or three times his own number. Bernhard Thuersam, www.Circa1865.com   The [...]

The Grandest Soldiers That Ever Marched2015-10-13T14:22:40+00:00

Grasping Yankee Prussians Against the South

Grasping Yankee Prussians Against the South Southern President Jefferson Davis describing Bismarck’s Prussians as the “arrogant robbing Yankees of Europe” who appropriated their small sister states into a centralized and oppressive regime. By 1864, fully 25% of Lincoln’s war machine was comprised of German soldiers and US war bonds found many subscribers in the Fatherland. [...]

Grasping Yankee Prussians Against the South2015-10-13T14:29:03+00:00

Editorial in Confederate Veteran Magazine 1907: The Problem of the Negroes

The Problem of the Negroes The following editorial in the Confederate Veteran magazine of January 1907 presents the view of the American race problem common of that time. A later submission to that journal asked the question: “How does it happen that blacks who took care of the helpless women and children during the war [...]

Editorial in Confederate Veteran Magazine 1907: The Problem of the Negroes2017-03-25T00:22:33+00:00

Legends of America: “Bloody Bill” Anderson

Born in Kentucky in 1839 before moving to Missouri and eventually living in Kansas when the Civil War started, Bill Anderson soon earned the non de plume "Bloody Bill."  An unusual event made a guerrilla out of William Anderson. His family had been living in Council Grove, Territory of Kansas at the start of the [...]

Legends of America: “Bloody Bill” Anderson2015-10-13T14:32:58+00:00