Category Archives: Civil War

The National Civil War Museum – A Journey To The Past

It started because of conflicting views over slavery and resulted in all-out war with several casualties.  From 1861 to 1865, the American Civil War waged in full force between the northern and southern states in a fight for freedom.  Though … Continue reading

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Civil War Weapons, They’re A Killer!

It was full of bloodshed.  It was brutal.  It involved over 3 million Americans and resulted in over 600,000 casualties.  And it forever changed the course of history.  If you haven’t figured it out yet, the event being described here … Continue reading

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The Civil War: Beyond The History Book

Known as the deadliest war in American history, the Civil War resulted in the deaths of around 210,000 soldiers killed in action for a grand total of 625,000 casualties.  60% of these deaths were due to illness.  In examining this … Continue reading

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War Time Play…Act Now!

When I was in first grade, I discovered the wonderful world of live theatre.  My childhood was spent doing many school and community theater plays and I simply couldn’t get enough of the live performance experience!  I found it exhilarating … Continue reading

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