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The Confederates were some 10,000 to 20,000 Confederate American refugees who fled to Brazil, chiefly to the state of São Paulo, from the Southern United States after the American Civil War.
The Confederates were some 10,000 to 20,000 Confederate American refugees who fled to Brazil, chiefly to the state of São Paulo, from the Southern United States after the American Civil War.
 
William Ellison Jr., born April Ellison, (c. April 1790 - December 5, 1861) was a cotton gin maker and blacksmith in South Carolina, a free Negro and former slave who achieved considerable success in business before the American Civil War.
William Ellison Jr., born April Ellison, (c. April 1790 - December 5, 1861) was a cotton gin maker and blacksmith in South Carolina, a free Negro and former slave who achieved considerable success in business before the American Civil War.
 
This is the time of the year when Autumn unfurls its brilliant colors. There is a chill in the air, and often that change of seasons can be breathtaking. be
This is the time of the year when Autumn unfurls its brilliant colors. There is a chill in the air, and often that change of seasons can be breathtaking. be
 
The last commander of Fort Fisher before its surrender to occupying Union forces, James Reilly's postwar years reveals the bond that many former Confederate and Union soldiers exhibited during the 1880s and 1890s.
The last commander of Fort Fisher before its surrender to occupying Union forces, James Reilly's postwar years reveals the bond that many former Confederate and Union soldiers exhibited during the 1880s and 1890s.
 
Formed out of Moravian musical societies and community bands that exemplified the traditional importance of brass instruments, particularly the trombone, the Salem Brass Band served the Confederacy from the first days of the Civil War until June 1865, when members were finally released from prison.
Formed out of Moravian musical societies and community bands that exemplified the traditional importance of brass instruments, particularly the trombone, the Salem Brass Band served the Confederacy from the first days of the Civil War until June 1865, when members were finally released from prison.
 
A former North Carolina slave turned abolitionist and author, Harriet Jacobs was born in bondage in Edenton. Her father was a white farmer and her mother a mulatto house slave.
A former North Carolina slave turned abolitionist and author, Harriet Jacobs was born in bondage in Edenton. Her father was a white farmer and her mother a mulatto house slave.
 
Jonathan Worth served as general superintendent of the Fayetteville and Western Plank road beginning in 1856.
Jonathan Worth served as general superintendent of the Fayetteville and Western Plank road beginning in 1856.
 
On October 17, 1862 the Confederate Navy Department signed a contract with the shipbuilding firm of Thomas Howard and Elijah Ellis of New Bern to construct an ironclad gunboat on the Neuse River: the CSS Neuse.
On October 17, 1862 the Confederate Navy Department signed a contract with the shipbuilding firm of Thomas Howard and Elijah Ellis of New Bern to construct an ironclad gunboat on the Neuse River: the CSS Neuse.
 
Bragg, a West Point graduate, was an army full general during the American Civil War. Image courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC.
Bragg, a West Point graduate, was an army full general during the American Civil War. Image courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC.
 
In the midst of the Civil War, the Confederate army succeeded capturing the county seat of Washington County in April of 1864.
In the midst of the Civil War, the Confederate army succeeded capturing the county seat of Washington County in April of 1864.
 
Until its capture by the Union army in 1865, Fort Fisher was the largest earthwork fortification in the world.
Until its capture by the Union army in 1865, Fort Fisher was the largest earthwork fortification in the world.
 
Named in honor of Nathaniel Macon, a U.S. congressman and senator and a leading early-republic statesman from North Carolina, Fort Macon was built after the War of 1812 to defend America and North Carolina from foreign invasion.
Named in honor of Nathaniel Macon, a U.S. congressman and senator and a leading early-republic statesman from North Carolina, Fort Macon was built after the War of 1812 to defend America and North Carolina from foreign invasion.
 
But I have serious problems in his (Abraham Lincoln) legal and Constitutional justifications for the Civil War.
 
It is easy to see how our Founder's were influenced by John Locke when designing our government and drafting our founding documents.
It is easy to see how our Founder's were influenced by John Locke when designing our government and drafting our founding documents.
 
Last year, I taught classes on the Constitution, Our Founding Fathers, Our Founding Principles, The Federal Court System, The Supreme Court, and Judicial Activism.
Last year, I taught classes on the Constitution, Our Founding Fathers, Our Founding Principles, The Federal Court System, The Supreme Court, and Judicial Activism.
 
Today is the sesquicentennial of the first day of the Battle of Seven Pines. It was a key moment in the brief history of the Confederate States of America, the long history of the United States of America, and the very long history of unintended consequences.
Today is the sesquicentennial of the first day of the Battle of Seven Pines. It was a key moment in the brief history of the Confederate States of America, the long history of the United States of America, and the very long history of unintended consequences.
 
Within these gathered groups of information from Diane Rufino, we are provided a timeline to American Civil War, and the Resolutions of Secession from South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia.
Within these gathered groups of information from Diane Rufino, we are provided a timeline to American Civil War, and the Resolutions of Secession from South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia.
 
We don't need the Supreme Court to tell us its interpretation of the Constitution. We have the very words and writings of the very men who drafted our Constitution and created our government.
We don't need the Supreme Court to tell us its interpretation of the Constitution. We have the very words and writings of the very men who drafted our Constitution and created our government.
 
QUESTION: Is it true that both California and Texas have such a right in the agreements they signed to join the Union?
QUESTION: Is it true that both California and Texas have such a right in the agreements they signed to join the Union?
 
The Declaration of Independence wasn't intended as a one-time "Get Out of Jail Free" card !!
 
I was struck by how many people want to learn such topics but just don't know where to go to be educated or how to trust that they will be taught the right stuff. But one question that came up almost every class period and by every group was this: "Do the states have the right to secede?"
I was struck by how many people want to learn such topics but just don't know where to go to be educated or how to trust that they will be taught the right stuff. But one question that came up almost every class period and by every group was this: "Do the states have the right to secede?"
 
After federal troops were finally withdrawn from the South following the Civil War and Reconstruction era, Democrats regained power in every state in the South.
After federal troops were finally withdrawn from the South following the Civil War and Reconstruction era, Democrats regained power in every state in the South.
 
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