Monthly Archives: January 2013

Experts find new evidence in submarine mystery

FILE – The Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley sits in a conservation tank after a steel truss that had surrounded it was removed in this Jan. 12, 2012 file photo taken at a conservation lab in North NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) … Continue reading

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The 150-Year War

By TONY HORWITZ Published: October 30, 2010 MY attic office is walled with books on Lincoln and Lee, slavery and secession. John Brown glares from a daguerreotype on my desk. The Civil War is my sanctum — except when my … Continue reading

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3-D sonar provides new view of Civil War shipwreck

The remains of the only U.S. Navy ship sunk in the Gulf of Mexico during Civil War combat now can be seen in 3-D sonar images from the Gulf’s murky depths, revealing details such as a shell hole that may … Continue reading

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October 2012 Patriotic Instruction

October 2012 Patriotic Instruction John W. Bates National Patriotic Instructor Our Nations Glory: The Congressional Medal of Honor What it means Then and Now As many in our fraternity know, The Civil War established many things that we can identify … Continue reading

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Virginia’s Civil War programs praised

Source: http://news.fredericksburg.com/pastisprologue/2013/01/04/virginias-civil-war-programs-praised/ Re-enactors and spectators fill Sophia Street to participate in and watch ‘Fire on the Rappahannock,’ one of dozens of December events that commemorated the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Fredericksburg. (ROBERT A. MARTIN/THE FREE LANCE-STAR) AT HALFWAY … Continue reading

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