America's Civil War

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Gettysburg, Pa., boasted about 2,400 citizens. Ten roads led into the town, which created

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It’s Relative
1. Which son-in-law of Philip St. George Cooke held a command in the opposing army? A. Richard S. Ewell B. A.P. Hill C. Leonidas Polk D. J.E.B. Stuart 2. Which Union general had a brother who was a Confederate general? A. John Sedgwick B. Thomas L. C
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Culture Clash
Although they were fighting to restore sectional harmony and preserve national unity, Union armies were hardly models of harmony and unity themselves. Personal, sectional, and institutional rivalries and conflicts often played a big role in the condu
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Uncloaking The Jeff Davis Myth
After a long trip from New Orleans in mid-July 1865, former Confederate Lt. Gen. Richard Taylor walked into a jail cell at Fort Monroe, Va., where its occupant, Jefferson Davis, welcomed him with a silent handshake. Taylor had earlier been in Washing