Category: AMERICAN CIVIL WAR

Workers at the Kent County Recycling Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan, got a lot more than they bargained for when  Civil War cannonballs was delivered…

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (June 10, 2020) – As the United States battled its most divisive conflict at the height of the American Civil War, a cargo…

Rain began falling in sheets as the small steamer known as picketboat No. 1 puffed its way through the choppy surf toward the mouth of…

Timing, as they say is everything. With everyone currently at home under confinement there has never been a better time to launch a series of…

Sam White was a dyed-in-the-wool Civil War fanatic. He was never happier than when he was searching for Civil War relics or restoring those that…

It has become an accepted historical fact that the South could not have won the American Civil War. The North’s advantages in finance, population, railroads,…

The standard design for each bunker was approximately 13 feet by 16 feet, with access provided by a 14 foot deep shaft with a ladder.…

Hood led his brigade in a fast and aggressive attack that broke through the Union center, throwing the entire Northern army into disarray. On the…

Judge Richard Moore in Charlottesville, Virginia has ruled that statues of Lee and Jackson are war memorials and cannot be moved. This was after a…

Though leading an army of an estimated 12,000 soldiers, General Price believed the Union forces protecting Jefferson City to be too formidable. At the outbreak…

Showing the typical hubris and racial bias of the time, Wayne declared that Americans could “manage camels not only as well, but better than the…

“I have seen my people prepare for battle many times,” she said, “and this I know: that the Sioux that morning had no thought of…