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This book is a good introduction and guide to the battles and issues of the Civil War. The authors have done an excellent job describing the various theaters and their significance. #goodreads#civilwar
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Completed in 1885, the Armory Building was the first permanent home of the Macon Volunteers, a volunteer military unit that doubled as a civic organization founded in 1825. The Armory Building was entirely paid for by the prestigious, self-sufficient Macon Volunteers. The Volunteers fought in several wars including the Civil War under Gen. Robert E. Lee and were for a long time, particularly in the City’s formative years, a very influential and integral group. They would eventually fade out of existence around the middle part of the 20th century. Today the building is The Armory Ballroom, a top choice in Central GA for wedding receptions and other private events in @visitmacon. #antebellumtrail#macon#maconga#exploregeorgia#georgiahistory#visitmacon#armorybuilding#civilwar
It’s the third and final day of MudMarchness! By now, your party guests should be casting furtive glances at the locked front door and whispering, “is this a hostage situation?” Congrats! Mutiny is a key ingredient of any MudMarchness bash, just as it was back in 1863 ... For on this day in 1863, it continued dumping buckets. To make matters worse, the Rebels, rather than being surprised by the Union, lined up on the opposite bank and engaged in Monty Python French Guy-level taunting: “We’ll build you bridges, and escort you over!” Things got UGLY. Officers were “mad enough to curse and kill all mankind,” one veteran reported. The food wagons were stuck in the rear; one Maine officer reported that he & 2 buddies lived on 6 crackers in 48 hours. “Everybody was in the dumps,” said the head provost.
Quite frankly, it was time to get sloshed on empty stomachs. One soldier said “two-thirds of the prominent officers were drunk.” Was Joe Hooker one of them? ABSOLUTELY. He volunteered to take over for Burnside -- at which point I would have said, “Joe, we’re taking a Lyft.”
Troops complained about “the war, the Generals, the Government, and everything,” said a Pennsylvanian. But in the darkness, there was light: Burnside called off the campaign. There would not be another battle -- one the Union army had no hope of winning in its state …
The next day, the rain let up. I’m told Virginia is like that: dry winter weather for 3 weeks before the Mud March, then rain like Hell for 3 days, and suddenly it stopped. If only Burnside had the Weather Channel — but would he have remembered to pay his cable bill? #mudmarchness#civilwar#ushistory#montypython#whisky#weatherchannel#rain#mud#march
Talk about some really cool bullets from the Civil War. These are .44 Henry bullets, early ones at that. You can tell this due to the flat nose of the bullet. These are rim fired bullets and what makes these cool like the Spencer bullets is that these were shot in lever action Henry repeating rifles which allowed soldiers up to 14 shot before a reload was needed. these were mostly used by the federal army during the war and you can imagine highly superior to single shot muskets. The middle bullet is an awesome relic as it has the embossed “H” on the rim as seen in the second picture. These are in loan from my@relic hunting mentor Scott Gouldman. I’ve yet to recover one and these are going up for sale. #civilwar#history#treasure#bullets#rimfire#henry#leveraction#rifle#sharpshooter
January 22nd,1863-Union General Ambrose Burnside issued his troops liquor in an effort to lift the spirits of the soldiers. However, drunken troops fought each other making the "Mud March" a complete fiasco.
Today in 1863 the Union army gets its ass kicked for the second time in two months.
The "Mud March" was supposed to be a January offensive to take Richmond (and help the Army of the Potomac commander, Gen. Burnside, save face after getting throttled in December at the Battle of Fredericksburg), but instead would result in the Union army getting so bogged down in mud they said fuck it and went home without accomplishing a thing.
Lincoln would fire Burnsides and his truly inspirational sideburns less than a week later.
Also: libtards should read a history book. If it was so hot in January 1863...shouldn't we all be on fire now because global warming? THINK ABOUT IT.
It is no secret that prior to 1965 African Americans were dehumanized to merely white mens’ property. Abraham Lincoln is commonly credited for changing that perception... but did he care about the slaves at all? Or did he care about winning the war by appealing to slave owners? ⠀⠀
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“Over the next 9 months, the Board of Commissioners appointed to administer the act approved 930 petitions, completely or in part, from former owners for the freedom of 2,989 former slaves.”
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Mr. Nelson's functional history class has been learning about the Civil War. To bring this to life for the students, they researched common foods the soldiers would eat and then were tasked with finding recipes and creating directions for cooking. 🍴#civilwar#recipes#history#learning#classroomideas