Monthly Archives: July 2013

Union Forces Also Battled American Indian Tribes

By Chris Wilson Even while they were fighting the Confederacy, Union forces had another opponent to contend with: American Indian tribes in the Southwest. These battles with Indians—including the Navajo war—had a direct effect on the War Between the … Continue reading

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New map may explain Lee’s decisions at Gettysburg

MICHAEL RUBINKAM June 28, 2013 Link to map: GETTYSBURG, Pa. (AP) — On the second day of fighting at Gettysburg, Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee listened to scouting reports, scanned the battlefield and ordered his second-in-command, James Longstreet, to … Continue reading

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