The North and South Magazine issue, Volume 10, No 2., has a very interesting map showing how the roots of disunion look geographically in the
What happened on this day during the Civil War – April 16th? April 16, 1862 – Confederate Congress, following numerous Western Theater losses in the
What happened on this day during the Civil War – April 13th? Saturday, April 13, 1861 – Maj Robert Anderson surrenders Fort Sumter to the
What happened on this day during the Civil War – April 10th? Slavery was abolished in Washington, D.C. – April 10, 1862 Fort Pulaski, Georgia,
The bloody conflict between brothers, is closed, and “we come to bury Caesar, not to praise him.” The South had $2,000,000,000 invested in Slaves. It
“In all this I can see but the doom of slavery. The North do not want, nor will they want, to interfere with the institution.