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Condensed Look

A CONDENSED LOOK AT THE SOUTHERN SIDE OF THE CIVIL WAR Michael T. Griffith When I began to study the Civil War, I realized that much of what I had been taught about it in school was either wrong or incomplete. It has been said that history is written by the victors. This is especially [...]

Condensed Look2017-03-25T00:29:35+00:00

How It Was

HOW IT WAS; FOUR YEARS AMONG THE REBELS: Electronic Edition By Mrs. Irby Morgan, Nashville, Tenn. Funding from the Library of Congress/Ameritech National Digital Library Competition supported the electronic publication of this title. Text scanned (OCR) by Jessica Mathewson and Jeremy Jones Images scanned by Jessica Mathewson Text encoded by Teresa Church and Natalia Smith [...]

How It Was2017-03-25T00:29:42+00:00

Lincoln & American Genocide

From: Craig Maus - csacommand@windstream.net Date: Thu, Jul 29, 2010 Subject: Lincoln & the American Genocide known as The Civil War. Dear Brethren (bcc herein), I would like to thank The Charleston Voice for sending this to us.  Open it, read it and learn from that which has probably never been taught or told to [...]

Lincoln & American Genocide2015-04-04T20:36:20+00:00

Chapter 3

A REBEL'S RECOLLECTIONS. CHAPTER 3. THE TEMPER OF THE WOMEN.,  DURING the latter part of the year in which the war between the States came to an end, a Southern comic writer, in a letter addressed to Artemus Ward, summed up the political outlook in one sentence, reading somewhat as follows: "You may reconstruct the [...]

Chapter 32017-03-25T00:29:17+00:00

Rare Lincoln Paper

Rare Lincoln Document Identified In State Archives   ( RALEIGH—Oct. 24) – In the unsettled political climate on the eve of the Civil War, many attempts were made to save the Union. A document signed by President Abraham Lincoln to North Carolina Gov. John Ellis reflects one such attempt. In March 1861, Congress passed a [...]

Rare Lincoln Paper2015-04-04T20:36:20+00:00

Black Kinfollk

My Black, North Carolina Kinfolk http://shnvthangs.blogspot.com/2005/09/my-black-north-carolina-kinfolk_17.html

Black Kinfollk2017-03-25T00:29:37+00:00

Underground Railroad

  Wilmington, Abolition and the Underground Railroad Overview: Most Americans are familiar with the term “underground railroad” and understand it to be the extensive network of planned escape routes with secret stations and coded messages along the way that assisted black slaves in the American South in escaping to freedom and a better life in [...]

Underground Railroad2017-03-25T00:33:50+00:00

Union Army and Sherman: American Terrorists

The captured Yankee letter posted below describes the plunder, pillaging, looting and murder by Sherman's barbarians that invaded Georgia and South Carolina in 1864-1865. Note the reference to shooting the bobbing heads of blacks. The "official" Yankee version of history is that they drowned trying to swim the river or creek. The History Channel program [...]

Union Army and Sherman: American Terrorists2017-03-25T00:25:48+00:00

Year of 1864

Time Line of The War For Southern Independence, 1864 January 26, 1864:  Battle of Athens. February 6, 1864: Robert E. Lee assumes command of the Confederate Armies. February 17, 1864: Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley sinks USS Housatonic outside Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. March 2, 1864:  Ulysses S. Grant is promoted to Lieutenant General. March 9, [...]

Year of 18642017-03-25T00:29:48+00:00

White Slavery

White Slavery, what the Scots already know A famous history professor stated that history was not a science but a continuing investigation into the past; a person’s conclusion is based on their own bias. This story will offer evidence that the Alba, Scots, Irish and Pics have been the longest race held in slavery. The [...]

White Slavery2017-03-25T00:29:34+00:00