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The Secrets of Mary Bowser

By Lois Leveen

Welcome back all you bookworms!! Is everybody out there ready for Easter? I am looking forward to it warming up to about 70 degrees here tomorrow. 359 more words

Book Reviews

Find out how the Marines would have fought the Battle of Gettysburg

The Last to Fall: The 1922 March, Battles, & Deaths of U.S. Marines at Gettysburg is now available for sale online and at stores.

Thomas Williams, executive director of the U.S. 412 more words


Why the Confederacy Lost The Civil War

In the decades before the Civil War, America was separated into two unique nations. The North was urbanized and industrialized and did not fully rely on agricultural production. 727 more words

The Last Day of Forever – Another Update and Excerpt

This is way more difficult that I ever thought. Proof #1 had issues that needed fixing, thus we had proof #2, and it had different issues, all my fault. 742 more words

Catahoula Parish

Wind Up Matters About Richmond ~ March 1865 ~ 18th to 22nd

Wind up Matters about Richmond

General Grant expresses optimism while a Confederate government clerk hopes for intervention by France on behalf of the Confederacy. Longstreet and Lee try to anticipate Grant’s next move. 2,010 more words

Daily History

BOOK REVIEW: The Spanish Civil War by Gabriele Ranzato

Ranzato presents us with a pocketsize, summary of the political machinations of the various fighting-factions during the 1936 to 1939 Spanish Civil War. In large measure, he skips the military campaign. 314 more words

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