Follow Gazette665 on InstagramSculpture by Moses Ezekiel, "Virginia Mourning Her Dead." Located at Virginia Military Institute, this memorial stands in mournful guard near the burial markers of the VMI Cadets who died at or as a result of the Battle of New Market during the American Civil War. #CivilWar #vmi #sculpture #americansculpture #newmarketcadets #mourning #virginiamourning #silentmoment #virginiahistory #researchingNewMarket64Who knows where these Civil War cannons are located? #cannon #civilwarcannon #doyouknow #virginiahistory #redwheels #militaryschool #researchingNewMarket64 @virginia_military_institute
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Monthly Archives: January 2017
Head-quarters, Valley District January 31, 1862. Hon. J.P. Benjamin, Sec. of War. Sir, – Your order requiring me to direct General Loring to return with his command to Winchester, immediately, has been received, and promptly complied with.
A descendant of famous race horses. A rider who could fly on (not off) horses with incredible skill. Those two sentences would be one way to briefly describe General Ulysses S. Grant and his most famous Civil War horse…meet Cincinnati.
The developments in American Colonial maritime link directly to and lead to the American War For Independence (1775-1783). In fact, some of the war’s causes were part of the maritime scene. Trade. Taxes. Import/Export Regulations. And – don’t forget – The … Continue reading
January 20, 1862 My own precious Child, I may venture to write now, that it may be, you are stationary. It has not heretofore occurred to me that a letter upon my part was to be thought of. How I … Continue reading
We’re doing something a little different today. Yes, you’ll get to read all about Confederate General “Stonewall” Jackson’s war horse…but you have to go to Emerging Civil War’s history blog for the article. While Gazette665 is mine (with all it’s … Continue reading
Continuing with our examination of the American maritime origins, the Colonial era stands as important time in the development of the trade routes, maritime industries, and the regional industry differences of the United States. (But remember – it’s not the United … Continue reading