Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
! 10h
Replying to @TomiLahren
I think, trump supporters should talk directly with the other side, instead of letting fox infect them with hyped up and obvious misleading lies . These simple minded stereotypes lead to bombs and hate crimes. If they cared, they would stop !
Reply Retweet Like
AlphaOmegaHistory 11h
The American Civil War began well before the creation of the United States of America. It began with a crack and widened when people felt threatened.
Reply Retweet Like
Dr. Nyri A Bakkalian Nov 17
Okay but consider: an utterly ahistorical Youtube comedy short about the dull parts of the Petersburg siege, where stoners from both sides' picket lines form the *Joint* Committee on the Conduct of the War.
Reply Retweet Like
fatih esenboga 20h
Reply Retweet Like
Johnny ™ 🇺🇸 Nov 19
155 years ago: : President Abraham Lincoln delivers the at the dedication ceremony for the military cemetery at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
Reply Retweet Like
Lunarteddy Nov 17
Unexploded ordnance - Wikipedia 🙀🙀🙀never thought much about this. They found one in the while I visited. They’re EVERYWHERE and still kill even after
Reply Retweet Like
Shelley Hasseldine 🇳🇿🇬🇧 9h
After visiting the very informative Jefferson Barracks Civil War Museum, we stopped by their cemetery and found some tame, very curious deer roaming the grounds
Reply Retweet Like
WNC Travel Intel Nov 19
I'm listening to Tuchman's & I'm impressed by the operational similarities of in 1914 & the .
Reply Retweet Like
Robert O'Connor Nov 15
On today's program of my podcast "The Chronicles of the American Civil War", you will hear Gary Gimbel discuss the 1861 Battle of Falling Waters/Hokes Run. Listen for free on Itunes, Tunein, Stitcher, or Google Play.
Reply Retweet Like
Nicole Beahan’s Classroom Nov 17
8th graders are learning about the Civil War and received a visit from a parent who brought in a Civil War drum that was played at the Battle of Bull Run.
Reply Retweet Like
SUVCW National HQ Nov 19
Reply Retweet Like
Sue 🇪🇺 Nov 18
19.11.1863 After a victory at the Battle of Gettysburg in the Abraham Lincoln delivered his at the dedication of the Soldiers’ National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Reply Retweet Like
adem erarslan Nov 20
Photo taken in front of the Lincoln Memorial in 1936 by Harris&Ewing.
Reply Retweet Like
Bob Harris Nov 17
My last full day of this incredible Tennessee week, spent exploring Franklin in warm fall sunshine with and @ Franklin, Tennessee
Reply Retweet Like
Jack Jardine Nov 18
The CSS Rob Roy, built in Scotland, was a Confederate blockade runner. Named after the legendary Scottish rebel and brigand.
Reply Retweet Like
RainyUpde Nov 17
Honoring those that gave the ultimate sacrifice on this Remembrance Day in Gettysburg Pennsylvania... .
Reply Retweet Like
Leah Devlin Nov 20
Reply Retweet Like
Gamer Geek Nov 10
Silicon Valley Democrat channels Lincoln for tech-to-Trump-country bill
Reply Retweet Like
Claudia Oltean Nov 19
in 1863, during the delivered the famed . The speech was only 272 words, but movingly reminded the war-weary why the Union had to keep fighting and win.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Roell Nov 18
Led the troops on today's ride on a 30 mile trek to the American Civil War Fort Foote to inspect the big cannons!
Reply Retweet Like