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Day One at Chancellorsville — Hooker’s Big Mistake Early in the evening on April 29, 1863, Major General James Ewell Brown Stuart […]
In Dealing with Pro-Slavery Border States, This Union Colonel Tested Federal Limits When It Came to Emancipation In 1863, Congress granted emancipation to all Confederate “contrabands." This proved especially difficult to navigate in Kentucky and other border states.
These Blundering Bandits Didn’t Wear Masks or Have an Escape Plan — No Surprise They Blew It The 1920 train robbery led to their deaths and those of three lawmen.
‘Why? I mean, we won’: The Century-Long Battle Over This Confederate Flag Nearly 160 years later, a fight remains between the North and the South and […]
Revisiting the ‘Small but Important Riots’ between Brandy Station and Gettysburg Author Robert F. O’Neill reconsiders three overlooked 1863 cavalry clashes.
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Why Did This American General Call His Command Task Force Shoestring? Two American armies in the Philippines set their sights on Manila. Only one of them could get there first.