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  1. Day Trip: RichmondRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 12 | Jay's Giants Blog

    Roberta and I took a long overdue day trip to Richmond yesterday. Founded in 1737 along the James River, the capital city traces its roots back to the powerful Powhatan peoples and the voyage of Captain Christopher Newport, who arrived on a scouting mission in 1607.

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  2. Hard Times For DemocratsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | The Daily Caller

    "Kellyanne Conway broke the law on live TV. Punish her. Do it now." No, I didn't say that and neither did anyone in the Trump administration in regards to White House Counsel Conway's plaintive plea on behalf of Ivanka Trump's fashion line.

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  3. Gray Eagles to raise funds for historic flag conservation -Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 7 | The Yadkin Ripple Incorporated

    On Monday, June 17, 1861, about one month before the Battle of First Manassas, the first major battle during the War Between the States, local citizens of Yadkin County assembled at the courthouse in Yadkinville. Excitement filled the air as they intended to send off the Yadkin Gray Eagles, the first company of soldiers organized in the county.

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  4. Confederate Flag Backers Push Their AdvantageRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 5 | FITSNews

    On the heels of two big victories at the local level , supporters of the Confederate flag in South Carolina are beginning to press the issue once again at the state level. And no they aren't trying to restore the controversial banner back to the grounds of the S.C. State House .

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  5. FEDERALE Has A Dream! Suppress Sedition-With The Aid Of Red State CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 2 | VDARE

    The violent suppression of Milo Yiannopoulos' appearance at Berkeley with the obvious connivance of the university authorities is that latest sign that things are moving fast in Civil War Version 2.0. VDARE.com's eminent John Derbyshire still thinks it won't happen because "our society is much too fat and soft" and anyway the levers of power are in the hands of the Cultural Marxists. But VDARE.com Editor Peter Brimelow , looking at the Inauguration Day riots, concluded "it will come to blood."

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  6. Cold Mountain Romeo and Juliet is clever, with superb actingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2017 | The Mountaineer Publishing Company

    Haywood Arts Regional Theatre serves up everything from soup to nuts with a delicious year-round menu of everything theatrical. Sometimes not knowing what you're getting into is part of the fun.

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  7. U.S. Grant Is U.S. History's Mystery ManRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 7, 2017 | TheDailyBeast.com

    He lacked ambition, failed at most things he tried, and then Grant found himself and his calling with the coming of the Civil War, where he reinvented modern warfare. Widely seen as both the father of the modern American way of warfare and its most formidable practitioner, Ulysses S. Grant remains an enigma more than 150 years after the guns of the Civil War fell silent.

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  8. Book Review: Jubal Early- Robert E. Lee's "Bad Old Man"Read the original story

    Dec 10, 2016 | HistoryNet

    "I wish them all in Hell," muttered Jubal Early as he watched the Union withdrawal after the bloodletting at Fredericksburg in 1862. His comment was markedly different from the more reflective tone taken by Robert E. Lee, but illustrated Early's irascible temperament and growing disdain for his opponents.

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  9. Custer Celebrates 177th Birthday On Dec. 10Read the original story

    Dec 5, 2016 | Harrison News Herald

    The Custer Memorial Association will be observing General George A. Custer's 177th birthday on December 10th. The evening will start with the family style dinner meal served at 5:30pm at the New Rumley United Methodist Church.

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  10. Pink Parker's bizarre monument to John Wilkes BoothRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 29, 2016 | Lexington County Chronicle

    One day in June 1921, the editor of the Herald newspaper in Troy, Alabama, finally had enough. On his desk lay a clipping from the previous Sunday's Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

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  11. Cobb historian still unearthing secrets of Civil WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2016 | MDJonline.com

    East Cobb resident and Civil War historian Stephen Davis, 68, stands in the Confederate Cemetery in Marietta.

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  12. First Thanksgiving in ChattanoogaRead the original story

    Nov 22, 2016 | Chattanoogan.com

    By "first Thanksgiving Day", no, I do not mean the harvest thanksgiving meal which the Separatist colonists of New Plymouth shared uncomfortably with their Wampanoag neighbors.

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  13. What a 1950s Texas Textbook Can Teach Us About Today's Textbook FightRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2016 | KWBU-TV Waco

    The Texas State Board of Education preliminarily voted 14-0 today to reject a Mexican-American history textbook that scholars have said was riddled with inaccuracies . A final vote on the textbook is due Friday.

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  14. He gave his arm for us; now give him your voteRead the original story

    Nov 16, 2016 | Observer

    This time around, folks are being asked to make known their preferences for the military hero for whom the town is named - Maj. Gen. Philip Kearny Jr. - one of many nominees for entry to the New Jersey Hall of Fame.

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  15. Emancipation Proclamation monument location stirs deep feelingsRead the original story

    Nov 10, 2016 | Fluvanna Review

    One hundred fifty-three years after President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on Jan. 1, 1863, a monument celebrating freedom for the slaves will be erected in Fluvanna. The Emancipation Proclamation monument will take its place alongside a Confederate monument, a World War memorial, and other historical markers scattered throughout the county.

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  16. Emancipation Proclamation monument location stirs deep feelingsRead the original story

    Nov 10, 2016 | Fluvanna Review

    One hundred fifty-three years after President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on Jan. 1, 1863, a monument celebrating freedom for the slaves will be erected in Fluvanna. The Emancipation Proclamation monument will take its place alongside a Confederate monument, a World War memorial, and other historical markers scattered throughout the county.

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  17. Biography of Civil War Cavalry General Receives 2016 North Carolina Society of Historians Book AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2016 | PR Log

    EL DORADO HILLS, Calif. - Nov. 9, 2016 - PRLog -- Sheridan R. Barringer was recently honored by the North Carolina Society of Historians at their Diamond Jubilee with the 2016 Historical Book Award for his biography of relative Rufus Barringer, Fighting for General Lee: Confederate General Rufus Barringer and the North Carolina Cavalry Brigade .

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  18. How a few days in the sunny south warmed up our family tiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2016 | Bangor Daily News

    We'd only been in the rental house a minute when Douglas bent over to inspect something on the kitchen floor. "Here's a dead cockroach," he announced cheerfully.

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  19. Civil War Medicine Museum Holding Ghastly Halloween TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2016 | CBS Local

    It's WJZ Maryland's News Station. Click here for WJZ news stories Contact us with your tips, questions, comments & concerns! WJZ-TV anchors and reporters [] 105.7 The Fan VISIT THE 105.7 THE FAN HOMEPAGE Welcome to 105.7 The FAN on CBSBaltimore.com.105.7 along with WJZ-TV and CBS Sports Radio 1300 give you the best Baltimore has to offer.

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  20. Civil War medicine museum holding ghastly Halloween tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2016 | NewsOK.com

    The National Museum of Civil War Medicine is marking Halloween with a ghastly tour of its building in downtown Frederick. The museum says in a statement that the event Monday night will include stories of Civil War embalmers, and firsthand accounts of paranormal activity in what is reputedly the city's most haunted building.

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