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African American Civil War Memorial and Museum - Washington, DC
The African American Civil War Memorial and Museum in Washington, DC commemorates the more than 200,000 soldiers of the U.S. Colored Troops who ...
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American Civil War Biographies - Military History - About.com
Here you will find information about the Union and Confederate commanders who guided forces during the American Civil War.
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American Civil War - Military History - About.com
The bloodiest conflict in American history, the Civil War pitted brother against brother. Use these resources to better understand how this conflict tore the nation  ...
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Civil War - History of the Civil War - American History - About.com
The civil war was the most devastating war in america's history, it split us apart, yet in the end, made us a nation.
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Civil War Photographs - Pictures of the American Civil War
African-Americans Here are photographs of African-Americans at the time of the Civil War. Government Officials Portraits of government officials from the both ...
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Overview of the American Civil War - Secession - American History
Here is an overview of the American Civil War. Learn about secession, the war, its aftermath, its major battles, and much more.
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The American Civil War - A Short History - Military History - About.com
Fought 1861-1865, the American Civil War was the result of decades of sectional tensions between the North and South. Focused on slavery and states rights, ...
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Researching the Civil War Soldiers in Your Family Tree - Genealogy
The American Civil War, fought from 1861-1865, affected nearly every man, woman, and child living in the United States. Almost 3.5 million soldiers are believed ...
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Civil War Battles - American History - About.com
From Fort Sumter to Appomattox, Antietam to Wilderness--these are the battles of the American Civil War so etched in our minds almost 140 years later.
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The Causes of the American Civil War - Military History - About.com
The American Civil War was the result of a variety of causes ranging from slavery and states rights to industrialization and societal change. These causes ...
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