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The Civil War Monitor Aug 7
Itching for a good reason to get out of the house? If you’re in Virginia or vicinity, consider this day trip from Petersburg to Appomattox, full of beautiful scenery and history:
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Eric Bonillo 🇺🇸 Aug 9
? ? Explain! or we will kill each other in a bloddy ...
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Civil War On This Day Aug 9
Colonel John Lyman Chatfield died in 1863. He was 36 years old, and a native of Oxford, CT. He was a member of the Waterbury, CT City Guard when the began, and volunteered for federal service, receiving a commission as a Major.
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Students for Democracy Aug 9
Replying to @lister_lester
THIS WAR HAS BEEN RAGING FOR OVER FOUR YEARS Trumpers want to DESTROY Democracy Trumpers want to DESTROY Citizens
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Civil War Fangirl♥️🌙 23h
XI Corps dude right here...
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Appomattox CH NHP 22h
in 1864, as Gen William T. Sherman's Federals continue their incomplete siege of Atlanta, GA, Confederate cavalry under Gen Joseph Wheeler launch a raid against Federal supply lines in northern GA and eastern TN.
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Civil War Fangirl♥️🌙 23h
Exactly what I wanted on my berfday!! Ps - thanks !! OMG I'm dying...😂😂
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David Knight 16h
Society is collapsing Latest sign? Chicago raising bridges for riot control It's back to medieval times / draw bridges & moats They want and they'll GET a with
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Civil War Fangirl♥️🌙 Aug 7
Fri-yay! Oh hey, I'm still 🌙♥️ tho
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Dr. Paul Aug 6
Today in 1862-during the -the , the most feared ironclad on the Mississippi River, was blown up by her crew after suffering engine failure during a battle with the , near Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The Arkansas‘s career lasted just 23 days.
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The Civil War Monitor 19h
Nathaniel Lyon was shot through the heart at the Battle of Wilson's Creek, Missouri, making him the first Union general killed in the . The fight—sometimes called the "Bull Run of the West"—resulted in a Confederate victory.
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Civil War On This Day 23h
The Battle of Wilson’s Creek was fought in 1861, near Springfield, MO. It was the first major engagement west of the Mississippi during the . After the battle, Union troops withdrew, leaving the confederates in control of the battlefield.
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Headlines of the 2ACW Aug 8
FEBRUARY 14 1969 - Escalating protests nationwide. Defying a Federal hour curfew, protests against martial law erupted in most major cities across the USA. An estimated 1 million protested in New York alone, where they were met with heavily armed federal troops.
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Central Virginia Battlefields Trust Aug 7
Did you know? The Purple Heart was not in use during the years, but when it was reauthorized in 1932 some CW veterans received the military decoration.
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TopMostShop 8h
Almost enticing Amit Shah/BJP's triggered violence. 'With love (Islamophilia) from West' saw next chance to denigrate India sponsored article says CAA isn't enough for suffering Pak minorities
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Secular Citizen MD - Not A Capitalist Aug 8
The didn't end slavery. It merely changed the landscape of and rebranded itself as criminal justice. The wealthiest corporations on Earth now use slave labor, contracting with prisons to further exploit human beings.
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CMH 20h
10 AUG 1861 - BATTLE of WILSON'S CREEK The U.S. Army of the West at Springfield, MO attacked and initially took confederate camps, repelling 3 counter-attacks. However, low on ammo and the Union Commander BG Lyons killed, the Union troops withdrew back to Springfield.
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Gaudenzia Aug 9
Captain America & Iron Man 2 Pillowcases FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!
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Yoshi Vu 13h
One of my favorite comic covers. What are some of your favorites?
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