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  • The view from Little Round Top
    Visiting Gettysburg: History wants a word with you
    There's something about being there. I have read about Gettysburg, seen it depicted, watched documentaries. But last week I stood on Little Round Top at the spot where the 20th Maine was told, "Hold this ground at all hazards." Ten...
  • Hell On Wheels: The Complete Third Season
    'Hell On Wheels: The Complete Third Season' DVD Review
    The United States has just come out if one of its darkest periods, the Civil War. Brother vs Brother had fought in the war and now it's time to get back to work. Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount) had fought on the Confederate side. He has a big...
  • Heritage Not Hate
    Confederate Symbols, Heritage Not Hate
    In this era of political correctness symbols of the Confederacy have come under increasing attack by the media and many special interest groups. Monuments, flags and even the names of men who served have been subjected to barrages of contempt and...
  • Brett Hulsey
    Black Republican schools 'KKK hood' Democrat Brett Hulsey on racism
    Brett Hulsey, the Wisconsin Democrat running to replace Republican Gov. Scott Walker, got a little more than he bargained for when he was schooled by a black Republican woman outside the state GOP convention, BizPacReview reported Saturday....
  • Daniel Lady Farm
    An Unusual Place for a Confederate Education Center
    One would not think that a Confederate education center could be found in Gettysburg. The Daniel Lady Farm on Hanover Road in Gettysburg, PA is in fact the only Confederate memorial in the North.The barn on the 140 plus acre property, owned by the...
  • Charlie Rangel
    Charlie Rangel accuses GOP of treason, wanting to 'bring down the government'
    Doing his part to foment hate and violence against Republicans, Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., falsely claimed House Republicans are Confederates attempting to “bring down the government” during a Tuesday appearance on CNN. The charge...
  • General Robert E. Lee
    Confederate General Robert E. Lee died on this day in 1870
    The beloved Confederate General Robert E. Lee died at 9:30 a.m. on October 12, 1870 in Lexington, Virginia. Lee at the time was the President of Washington College. He had suffered a stroke earlier in the month.According to medical reports, Lee...
  • Virginia Flaggers
    Confederate flag raised in Chesterfield off I-95
    Hundreds gathered Saturday in freshly cleared woods along Interstate 95 to celebrate the raising of a Confederate battle flag, an event that stirred strong opposition from those who view the flag as a symbol of division. Those who attended the...
  • Hazardous Unions, by Alison Bruce & Kat Flannery (Imajin Books)
    A Chat with Alison Bruce & Kat Flannery, authors of Hazardous Unions
    Alison Bruce has had many careers and writing has always been one of them. Copywriter, editor and graphic designer since 1992, Alison has also been a comic book store manager, small press publisher, webmaster and arithmetically challenged...
  • Greensboro Historical Museum
    Greensboro: The world's largest cache of Civil War firearms
    Greensboro isn’t the first place people think of when Civil War conversations come up. In fact, it may not even be in the same realm. Little do most know, however, that North Carolina, and Greensboro specifically, played a huge role in some...
  • Confederate Martyrs Monument- Jeffersontown
    Confederate Martyrs Monument- Jeffersontown
    The American Civil War was one of the bloodiest conflicts in American history. Not only were the fighting men subject to brutal conditions on the battlefield, but citizens suffered as well. Stories of inhumane incidents took place on both sides on...
  • The Sons of Confederate Veterans
    The Sons of Confederate Veterans
    If you are one of my family members or a friend you probably know that I am a proud member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. But, I am not certain all of you know just what our organization is, what we stand for or what we do. So, if you are a...
  • Civil War Living Historians
    Interested in becoming a Civil War living historian?
    Are you interested in exploring, educating, and displaying a Union soldier from the Civil War era? Locals are invited to become living historians by portraying a Union Civil War soldier. Sickles, Hancock, Burnside, Sheridan, Halleck, and Custer...
  • Wade Hampton Memorial
    The 8th Annual Wade Hampton Memorial is Saturday, April 21st in Columbia, SC
    It begins at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in the Keenan Chapel at 2:00 PM. The Cathedral is located at North Sumter and Senate Street, adjacent to the South Carolina State House. Wade Hampton is buried in the courtyard. The event is sponsored by...
  • Marietta Confederate Cemetery
    Marietta's Confederate Cemetery
    The city of Marietta, Georgia naturally became a hospital center for the wounded and dying during the summer of 1864 in the midst of the Atlanta Campaign due to its location close to the fighting. The land was donated by Jane Glover who happened...