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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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. [...]

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SLAVERY IN THE NORTH: EXCLUSION OF FREE BLACKS

EXCLUSION of FREE BLACKS "[R]ace prejudice seems stronger in those states that have abolished slavery than in those where it still exists, and nowhere is it more intolerant than in those states where slavery was never known." --Alexis De Tocqueville, ?Democracy in America? In some Northern states, after emancipation, blacks were legally allowed to vote, [...]

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Violating the Lieber Code: The March From the Sea

Violating the Lieber Code: The March From the Sea By Kirkpatrick Sale on Apr 8, 2014 Share on Facebook Tweet it Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Pin it Share on Reddit Share on StumbleUpon Email this Print   On April 24, 1863—-just three months after the cruel and retaliatory Emancipation Proclamation–Lincoln issued an order [...]

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Chapter 5

A REBEL'S RECOLLECTIONS. CHAPTER V. THE CHEVALIER OF THE LOST CAUSE.         THE queer people who devote their energies to the collection of autographs have a habit, as everybody whose name has been three times in print must have discovered, of soliciting from their victim "an autograph with a sentiment," and the unfortunate one is expected, [...]

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Lincoln Unmasked

Lincoln Unmasked by Thomas J. DiLorenzo After the publication of my 2002 book, The Real Lincoln, I continued to research and write on the topic. Among the things I’ve learned since then is that Abraham Lincoln was a far worse tyrant than I portrayed him as being in that book. A thousand times worse. I’ve [...]

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R.E.Lee Statement

R.E. Lee on the causes of the War From: DixieCol@aol.com 'As a citizen of the South' In November 1866, British statesman Lord Acton wrote to Gen. Robert E. Lee, asking for the revered Confederate commander's views on the historical consequences of the War Between the States. Lee — whose Jan. 19, 1807, birthday is widely [...]

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Saints Of Monsters

  Making Saints Of Monsters by Thomas J. DiLorenzo In response to an LRC review of a (Distortion of) History Channel "documentary" on Sherman's march to the sea by Clyde Wilson, Valerie Protopapas of Huntington Station, New York, took it upon herself to go to the library and research Sherman herself. Sherman's History Channel image [...]