Confederate flag flies over Tampa

Confederate flag flies over Tampa

“A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.” — Marcus Garvey The historic day has arrived! A park memorializing Confederate veterans will officially open April 25 with the hoisting of the new “world’s...
Arlington Cemetery: Where heroes rest

Arlington Cemetery: Where heroes rest

Confederate History Month Guest Post Calvin E. Johnson, Jr. has graciously written a guest post about the Arlington Cemetery in honor of Confederate History Month. I found it a very interesting piece of Confederate history – and our nation’s history. It...
Patriot’s Day: Paul Revere’s Ride

Patriot’s Day: Paul Revere’s Ride

I’m diverting a little bit from my usual topic of the Civil War to take a look back at the a page from the history of the Revolutionary War. On the night of April 18th, and into the morning of Paul Revere and William Dawes rode to Concord, Massachusetts, in...
Civil War love letter touches the heart

Civil War love letter touches the heart

I have a real soft spot for old love letters, and this one is so beautiful, I thought I’d share it as pat of Confederate History Month. Harvey Black descended from the founding family of Blacksburg, Virginia, and served as a surgeon to the Army of Northern...
Birthday of the American Civil War

Birthday of the American Civil War

“I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your communication, demanding the evacuation of this fort, and to say, in reply thereto, that it is a demand with which I regret that my sense of honor and my obligations to my Government prevent my compliance.” –...
Page 1 of 41234
 

Pin It on Pinterest

Follow

Follow this blog

Get every new post delivered right to your inbox.

Email address