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Webmaster Mississippi Civil War American History and Genealogy Project

Civil War – Mississippi AHGP Project Confederate Memorial Day

On this day, April 26th, the state of Mississippi celebrates Confederate Memorial Day. — Posted By Webmaster MSCW AHGP to Civil War – Mississippi AHGP Project at 4/26/2011 10:35:00 AM

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Civil War – Mississippi AHGP Project See “GeneaBloggers Member Blog Posts” …

Your friend, ahgpmscivilwar@gmail.com, has sent you the following Google Gadget. See “GeneaBloggers Member Blog Posts” on your Google homepage » — Posted By Webmaster MSCW AHGP to Civil War – Mississippi AHGP Project at 2/11/2011 01:24:00 PM

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Civil War letters come to New Ulm museum

http://mankatofreepress.com/local/x756278918/Civil-War-letters-come-to-New-Ulm-museum NEW ULM — The Schilling brothers’ eight letters penned in 1862 evince an extraordinary time in American history as well as a painful part of New Ulm’s past. The Brown County Historical Society Museum has acquired the documents from … Continue reading

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Famed military historian to present

http://brunswick.blogs.starnewsonline.com/12191/famed-military-historian-to-present-at-special-civil-war-roundtable/ Ed Bearss, an award-winning historian who spent more than 40 years with the National Park Service, will present at Wednesday night’s Brunswick Civil War Roundtable. Bearss, described as a “national treasure” by Roundtable organizers, spent most of his career … Continue reading

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The Center for Civil War Research

http://www.civilwarcenter.olemiss.edu/index.shtml The Center for Civil War ResearchThe University of Mississippi established the Center for Civil War Research in the spring of 2009. In scope, the Center is designed to promote a more thorough understanding of the American Civil War, its … Continue reading

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National Portrait Gallery Smithsonian

Mississippi Joins South Carolina in Secession, January 9, 1861

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Civil War Album

Mississippi – Civil War Album http://www.civilwaralbum.com/site_index.htm Mississippi Alcorn State Univ. (wartime Oakland College) Battle of Tupelo Beauvoir (last home of Jefferson Davis) Brice’s Cross Roads Canton Carrollton Champion Hill, a Virtual Tour Columbus Corinth National Cemetery Corinth Contraband Camp Enterprise … Continue reading

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Mississippi Books We Own

Added link to Books We Own Mississippi to the Books page.

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Our trip to Deer Creek and Dr. Nailor

http://haggard.surnames.com/historical_files/h46.htm We passed the residence of Dr. Nailor, whom we all described as the most patriotic citizen we met in Mississippi. He had barrels of cistern water which was a “rarity.” His servants had drawn the water from the cistern. … Continue reading

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The Battle of Seven Pines

http://books.google.com/books?id=UxtCAAAAIAAJ&ots=1vsbyp7HOV&dq=smith%20%22The%20Battle%20of%20Seven%20Pines%20%22&pg=PA117&output=embed The battle of Seven Pines (Google eBook) Front Cover Gustavus Woodson Smith 0 Reviews G. C. Crawford, printer, 1891 – History – 202 pages The Fifth Alabama and the Twelfth Mississippi [Rode’s left wing] continued to hold their ground … Continue reading

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