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Photo of a Confederate Rose Tree in January
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Point at which the Union Army had a stand with the Confederate Army during the battle of Gettysburg
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One of two mounds in Gettysburg that the Union Army had to fight off the Confederate Army
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The Confederate flag tattoo is viewed in twofold, both with a source of pride as well as a bit of shame mainly for Southerners. It is usually viewed as a symbol of Southern pride or a symbol
Issues That Abound With Confederate Flag Tattoos The Confederate flag tattoo is viewed in twofold, both with a source of pride as well as a bit of shame mainly for Southerners. It is usually
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The stunning pose of this man was taken in 1865, Richmond a week after the general surrendered at Appomattox. It totally captures the Confederate commander's dignity and strength of character--traits
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I found this marker today in a Confederate Graveyard, with a freshly placed American flag to honor it. Gone but not forgotten
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Jim Colyer discusses the U.S. presidents.
was a general in the Mexican War. He had pro-Confederate sympathies. 13 Millard Fillmore - 1850-53 Fillmore became president when Taylor died. He was a member of the Whig Party. 12 Zachary Taylor
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The lyrics tell of the last days of the American Civil War and its aftermath. Confederate soldier Virgil Caine "served on the Danville train," the main supply line into the Confederate capital
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shot at civil war reenactment
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A song about the ghost of a confederate soldier killed at antietam on oakmont ridge
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