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  • ADVERSARIES OF HISTORICAL PROTECTION IN THE UNITED STATES
    In the name of “civil rights” several organizations across the nation are leading the charge to see educators trained to teach racism and condition students to see African Americans as an oppressed people and all white Americans as oppressors.
  • OLIGARCHY: AN AMERICAN FEAR DURING SECESSION WINTER – PART 2
    February 1861. With seven States having left the Union, Americans believed two different political oligarchies had been rooted. Northerners saw Southerners as traitors to the Union interested only in establishing a slave republic and protecting the institution of slavery.
  • HILL PUSHES BACK BURNSIDE
    The last battle at Antietam took place on the Rebel right flank where the Union Army lead by General Burnside tried to fight its way across a strongly defended stone bridge over Antietam Creek. Burnside had 12,500 men and McClellan’s promise in supporting his attack. The Confederates held the bluff … Read More »
  • THE SONS OF ERIN
    September 17, 1862 has the sad distinction of being the bloodiest single day of fighting in America’s bloodiest war. Combined casualties at the Battle of Antietam were 26,134. Few regiments suffered more than the Irish Brigade on the Union side of the battle.
  • UNTIL VICTORY IS WON
    The second part of the Battle of Antietam fell on Lee’s center where a sunken county road lay hidden by a low breastwork of fence rails.