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12 02, 2007

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Why did Union troops sack and pillage Athens? By Jerry Barksdale Jbarks1248@aol.com “From Conciliation to Conquest,” by George C. Bradley and Richard L. Dahlen University of Ala. Press Attn: Publicity Department www.uapress.ua.edu 312 pp., $45 hardcover Described as “shabby” by a northern reporter, “an ever more unclassical place than Florence,” Athens, Alabama, was the home of 887 inhabitants in 1860, 338 of them slaves. There were no whipping posts or slave hunting [...]

12 02, 2007

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Jim Limber, Black History Many Black History Month stories are written about women but how many are written about the children? This story, which has been lost to history, is about both. American women love, worry and protect their children. They also care about the children who live in poverty and those who are abused. America has always led in efforts to help save the children. In 1989, a magazine article caught [...]

9 02, 2007

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The Lincoln Fable Wednesday, February 07, 2007 Alas! it is delusion all; The future cheats us from afar, Nor can we be what we recall, Nor dare we think on what we are. —Lord Byron “The words of his mouth were smoother than butter, but war was in his heart: his words were softer than oil, yet were they drawn swords.” —Psalm 56:21 In our time M.E. Bradford was the pioneer who [...]

6 02, 2007

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Jewish Confederates by Gary Ayres 4 February 2006 The Jewish people want their history told as accurately as possible. It amazes me why they want to distance themselves from a past that was honorable. A past that was good to them and one in which they were accepted as equals. Most Jewish Confederate descendants now join with the politically correct in denouncing their forefathers of the Southland of America, the Confederate States [...]

2 02, 2007

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THE STORY OF THE ROSWELL MILL WORKERS DEPORTATION On July 5, 1864, Federal General Kenner Garrard's cavalry reached Roswell and finding it undefended, occuiped the city. General Garrard reported to General William T.Sherman on July 6, 1864 that..." there were fine factories here.I had the building burnt, all were burnt. The cotton factory was working up to the time of its destruction, some 400 women being employed." Former Associate Dean of Emory [...]

1 02, 2007

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By |2007-02-01T22:02:00+00:00February 1st, 2007|True History|Comments Off on Truehistory 088

Sherman's Plunder and Death THE LETTER from Union Lieutnant Thomas J. Myers: Feb 26, 1865 of the Morrill Tariff "Camp near Camden, S. C. My dear wife--I have no time for particulars. We have had a glorious time in this State. Unrestricted license to burn and plunder was the order of the day. The chivalry [meaning the Honourable & Chivalrous people of the South] have been stripped of most of their valuables. [...]

29 01, 2007

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UNDERSTANDING THE CAUSES OF THE UNCIVIL WAR A Brief Explanation of the Impact of the Morrill Tariff By Mike Scruggs for the Tribune Papers Most Americans believe the U. S. "Civil War" was over slavery. They have to an enormous degree been miseducated. The means and timing of handling the slavery issue were at issue, although not in the overly simplified moral sense that lives in postwar and modern propaganda. But had [...]

29 01, 2007

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UNDERSTANDING THE CAUSES OF THE UNCIVIL WAR A Brief Explanation of the Impact of the Morrill Tariff By Mike Scruggs for the Tribune Papers Most Americans believe the U. S. "Civil War" was over slavery. They have to an enormous degree been miseducated. The means and timing of handling the slavery issue were at issue, although not in the overly simplified moral sense that lives in postwar and modern propaganda. But had [...]

17 12, 2006

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Interview With General N.B. Forrest Below is an excerpt from " INTERVIEW WITH GENERAL N.B. FORREST Printed in the Cincinnati Commercial, August 28, 1868. The excerpt, and the whole file I sent you, comes from the book, ""Invisible Empire" ""The Story of the KuKluxKlan 1866-1871"" written by Stanley F. Horn in 1939 from The Riverside Press. The interviewer is not identified by name. I present this to you as a possible primary [...]

5 12, 2006

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Jefferson Davis - Our Greatest Hero By Dr. Grady McWhiney League of the South National Director 11-9-4 During and after the War for Southern Independence, Jefferson Davis was accused of a wide variety of villainies. Not all of his accusers were Yankees, but Northerners made the most extensive and lasting attacks upon Davis. In one of these insults -- a letter embossed with an American eagle crushing "Secession" and holding proudly in [...]