meaning of the war to americans today
- is it just a generalization that America looks at the civil war as a southern war? shouldn't Americans look at the war as a symbol of American heritage? I think that the war was the cross roads of our nations existence and that during the war Americas fate was in the balance. what do you all think?
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- Just got in the mail Trailhead Graphics long awaited map of the
Chickamagua battlefield and I think its fantastic. For those not
familiar with this brand of maps, I highly recommend them for
battlefield visits. It marks 887 monuments, markers, and tablets on
a colorful waterproof/tear-resistant fold-up map. Also includes
trails, roads, and elevations.
- Picked up today a copy of an ACW I have never seen. Title is "The
Civil War in the American West" by Alvin M Josephy, JR. published in
Anyone whose read this have an opinion they would care to share?