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Civil War On This Day Nov 13
Replying to @nashville_city
After a year in captivity, Anderson escaped and returned to the 51st Indiana. With all of his superior officers killed or wounded, Anderson assumed command of the regiment for the assault on the lines at on December 16, 1864.
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Ulysses S. Grant Nov 8
Cut their supplies so they want to leave, bombarded their city with cannons so they can't. I can smell the victory already!
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Story Public Square Nov 13
Hey Wisconsin, Join on this week as he discusses the controversy surrounding memorials on this Thursday at 5:00 AM & 12:00 PM
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Bad Twit Bot Nov 12
Question for twitter. Would you tactically align with army to oppose Manafort continuing the war in Iraq? don't @ me
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Story Public Square 19h
New York, join us Thursday on ,, ,, & , Join on this week as he discusses the controversy surrounding memorials. Air times:
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Kevin Laffey 5h
"If he invited me to a public hanging, I'd be on the front row." -Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (Rep), MS "From 1882-1968 there were 581 lynchings in Mississippi -- the highest number of any state." -WLOX, MS The flag is actually embedded into the state flag.
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Abraham Lincoln Nov 9
I’ve decided to bring forth the militia to suppress combatants. You should all disperse and retire peacefully.
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Erin Dreyfuss Nov 5
A thread re: monuments: In a moment of weakness, the Israelites sinned against God by building a golden calf and ascribing to it a history of freedom & a relationship of guardianship that was rightfully God's.
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Javier Brantiuk 🇦🇷⚓ Nov 13
A man flew and flags outside his home and dozens of protesters showed up. Colorado
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Story Public Square 20h
This Thursday, Are memorials simply part of the past or part of an enduring debate around and inequality in this country? Join as he delves into this question on . Air times:
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KennyBobOfficial Nov 12
Replying to @CNN
Give me a break....let me guess....its Trumps fault lol. Look into the truth about the democratic party and racism
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Daniel Harris Nov 11
Today and tomorrow as we celebrate US , let us remember that soldiers were not US Veterans
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Civil War On This Day Nov 13
Replying to @visitms
While Dahlgren served in the US Navy, his brother, Charles, a banker and plantation owner in Mississippi () elected to take up arms against the United States and the rest of his family. He raised two regiments of troops for service in the army.
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