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Severely Wounded in Mexico; Mortally Wounded at Shiloh

You can read a lot of interesting information about the Battle of Shiloh at Seven Score and Ten. Here’s an obituary of a Confederate general who was mortally wounded early in the battle. From the Richmond Daily Dispatch April 19, … Continue reading

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Even Texas Wants Out?

From The New-York Times December 10, 1860: To the Editor of the New-York Times: Can the reports that are in circulation about Texas be true? Can she in reality be so ungrateful as to even think of seceding? Her secession … Continue reading

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