Civil War Times Editor Dana Shoaf shares the story of how Battery H of the 3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery found itself in the middle of the Battle of Gettysburg.
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Battle between two civil war ironclad ships, the Monitor (foreground) and Merrimack.
Folks, it’s a bit ridiculous to call it a “Civil” war. Only one side fought to continue the subjugation of the other. Had Lincoln minded his own business there may have been a reconciliation.
Look, if you want to believe the lie that the Southern States were fighting over slavery. I can prove this wasn’t the case.
Read Lincoln’s first inaugural spech carefully. Although he doesn’t speak specifically about it, he alluded to the Corwin amendment. ” I have no problem with it (Corwin A.) being express and irrevocable “. Now go read the Corwin amendment and what would have “irrevocable”, there it is the one thing history says was the reason.
Think about, seriously.
I must say how disappointing I am that two vital issues weren’t listed as individual choices in the reference categories, Corwin amendment and Horace Greelley. Both are significant
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