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4 09, 2007

Truehistory 105

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Hispanic Confederate, Moses Ezekiel The diversity of her people is the history of America. September 15th is the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month that is celebrated through October. Make this time of remembrance a family affair and ask your children to share the following story with their teachers and class mates. You could also make copies for your church or synagogue and veterans and civic groups. Some people preach "multi-cultural" thought but [...]

28 08, 2007

Truehistory 104

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Lincoln Tries To Fool The Danes From: Bernhard1848@att.net Avid students of the War Between the States are aware of Lincoln's long-standing desire to colonize blacks outside the United States, but Honest Abe had another scheme in mid-1862 that would allow him a way to get them out of the country. The black slaves would cause strife in the Northern States where they were not wanted (and in many cases those States had [...]

19 06, 2007

Truehistory 101

By |2007-06-19T11:41:00+00:00June 19th, 2007|True History|Comments Off on Truehistory 101

Union Leagues THE TRAGIC ERA, by Claude Bowers Pgs 198-205 CARPETBAGGERS, SCALAWAGS AND RADICAL REPUBLICANS   In the autumn of 1866, and through the winter and summer of 1867 strange men from the North were flocking into the black belt of the South, and mingling familiarly with the negroes, day and night. These were the emissaries of the Union League Clubs of Philadelphia and New York that have been unfairly denied their [...]

9 05, 2007

Truehistory 100

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Northern Atrocities A. Osceola, Missouri James H. Lane, a United States Senator from Kansas returned to his home state of Kansas in the summer of 1861 to command what was called "Lane's Brigade." Lane was to retain his Senate seat while occasionally rampaging through Missouri. His brigade was composed of Kansas infantry and cavalry. This force was, in fact, a ruthless band of Jayhawkers (plundering marauders) wearing United States uniforms. James H. [...]

9 04, 2007

Truehistory 099

By |2007-04-09T22:08:00+00:00April 9th, 2007|True History|Comments Off on Truehistory 099

Jackson's Relations With Slaves STONEWALL JACKSON: THE BLACK MAN'S FRIEND By Richard G. Williams Jr., Cumberland House Publishing, $20.95, 224 pages, illustrated Just when you thought there was nothing left to write about Confederate Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, along comes this book by Richard G. Williams Jr. It is the story of Jackson's desire to bring the word of God to the slaves of the antebellum era. Historians have long struggled [...]

9 04, 2007

Truehistory 098

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Slavery and Abolitionism, as Viewed by a Georgia Slave Slavery and Abolitionism, as Viewed by a Georgia Slave. By Harrison Berry, the Property of S. W. Price, Covington, Georgia: Berry, Harrison, b. 1816 SLAVERY AND ABOLITIONISM, AS VIEWED BY A GEORGIA SLAVE. BY HARRISON BERRY, THE PROPERTY OF S. W. PRICE, COVINGTON, GEORGIA. ATLANTA, GEORGIA: M. LYNCH & CO., PUBLISHERS. PRINTED AT THE CRUSADER OFFICE. 1861 Entered according to Act of Congress, [...]

4 04, 2007

Truehistory 097

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Union League Terrorism During The Occupation Union League meetings were conducted as a mystical secret society with secret rituals. Meetings were especially devoted to stirring up enmity between blacks and whites. A catechism written by Radical Republicans in Congress was used in Union League meetings to create an unreasonable sense of entitlement, grievance, and resentment. They were taught that Northern Republican whites were their friends northern Republican Whites were their friends and [...]

30 03, 2007

Truehistory 096

By |2007-03-30T23:11:00+00:00March 30th, 2007|True History|Comments Off on Truehistory 096

MY EXPERIENCE In the Confederate Army and in Northern Prisons WRITTEN FROM MEMORY BY JOHN R. KING ======= STONEWELL JACKSON CHAPTER No. 1333 UNITED DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY CLARKSBURG, W. VA. __________ Copyrighted 1917 (Reprinted 1994 by great-granddaughter of John R. King, Martha Stump Benson, (Address and phone on file, e-mail provided above) PREFACE I want to explain why I am writing this little sketch. In the first place I have never seen [...]

29 03, 2007

Truehistory 095

By |2007-03-29T16:55:00+00:00March 29th, 2007|True History|Comments Off on Truehistory 095

THE RAPE OF ATHENS, ALABAMA In the middle of April 1862, the 18th Ohio under Turchin's command occupied Athens, Alabama, a prosperous town of about 1200 population. On May 1, however, they were driven out by a combined regular and partisan Confederate cavalry force of only 112 men and retreated back to Huntsville. The Confederate cavalry was greeted with cheers and waving handkerchiefs by the citizens in the streets. Reports indicate that [...]

28 03, 2007

Truehistory 094

By |2007-03-28T18:23:00+00:00March 28th, 2007|True History|Comments Off on Truehistory 094

Facts About Slavery And The War For Southern Independence No other place of origin evokes such strong reactions and prejudices as the word “Southern”. It is all the more amazing when one considers the manner in which the early Republic was shaped and dominated by Southerners. Jefferson was the intellectual and spiritual architect of the Declaration and as the third President acquired the vast Louisiana Territory staking an early claim as far [...]