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The Charge at Gettysburg - Paiting depicting the charge

The Charge at Gettysburg

The Charge at Gettysburg - Paiting depicting the charge
Civil War

The Charge at Gettysburg

When night fell, the Union flags waved in triumph on the field of Gettysburg, but over 30,000 men lay dead or wounded, strewn through wood and meadow, on field and hill, where the three days' fight...

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Ulysses Simpson Grant - Portrait Image
Civil War

Ulysses Simpson Grant

This historical article written by Harriet Beecher Stowe in 1868, illuminates Ulysses S. Grant, the man and the Civil War General.

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General Grant and the Vicksburg Campaign - Image
Civil War

General Grant and the Vicksburg Campaign

According to Henry Cabot Lodge, General Ulysses S. Grant's campaign against Vicksburg was the most brilliant single campaign of the Civil War. 

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Hampton Roads (The Battle of the Monitor & Merrimac) - Drawing
Civil War

Hampton Roads (The Battle of the Monitor & Merrimac)

Also known as the Battle of the Monitor and Merrimac, the Battle of Hampton Roads during the Civil War was the first battle between ironclad warships.

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Farragut at Mobile Bay - Painting
Civil War

Farragut at Mobile Bay

The Battle of Mobile Bay marked a victory for the Union during the Civil War, and is best remembered for Rear Admiral Farragut's successful maneuver through a minefield, and his famous command, "Da...

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The Flag-Bearer at Antietam - Image of Soldiers Battle Line and American Flag
Civil War

The Flag-Bearer at Antietam

To guard one's own flag against capture is the pride, to capture the flag of one's enemy the ambition, of every valiant soldier.

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Lieutenant Cushing and the Ram Albemarle - Painting
Civil War

Lieutenant Cushing and the Ram Albemarle

In October 1864, Union naval officer Lt. William B. Cushing led a daring commando raid against the Confederate ram Albemarle.

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Lincoln's Cooper Union Speech - Image from Event
Civil War

Lincoln's Cooper Union Speech

"Let us have faith that right makes might, and in that faith let us to the end dare to do our duty as we understand it."

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Ulysses S. Grant at West Point - Painting of West Point
Civil War

Ulysses S. Grant at West Point

Ulysses S. Grant's appointment to the Military Academy at West Point not only altered the course of his life, it changed his name.

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Image of Lincoln Memorial Statue
Civil War

President Theodore Roosevelt's Address on Abraham Lincoln

Delivered by the President of the United States (1901-1909) at the ceremony of the laying of the corner stone of the Lincoln Memorial, at his birthplace, Hodgenville, Kentucky, February 12, 1909.

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Doug Zembiec: The Lion of Fallujah - Image
GWOT/War on Terror

Doug Zembiec: The Lion of Fallujah

Marine Sgt. Maj. William S. Skiles reflects upon his time serving with Major Douglas Zembiec, known as "The Lion of Fallujah" for his heroic actions commanding Echo Co, 2/1 Marines.

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The Burning of the USS Philadelphia - Historical Image depicting the burning of the frigate Philadelphia in the harbor of Triploli
Maritime/Nautical

The Burning of the USS Philadelphia

In 1804 Steven Decatur led a raid to burn the Philadelphia after she was captured by pirates in Tripoli during the Barbary War.

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The General Armstrong Privateer - Sketch
Maritime/Nautical

The General Armstrong Privateer

In September 1814, in the Portuguese port of Fayal, of the Azores, a crew of American privateersmen defended the brig General Armstrong against an overwhelming British force.

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The Cruise of the U.S.S. Wasp - Painting depicting a naval battle
Maritime/Nautical

The Cruise of the U.S.S. Wasp

In the War of 1812 the little American Navy, including only a dozen frigates and sloops of war, won a series of victories against the English.

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The Battle of New Orleans - Drawing
War of 1812

The Battle of New Orleans

The Battle of New Orleans was fought between the British and American Army (led by future president Andrew Jackson) in January 1815, shortly after the War of 1812 had ended.

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The Battle of Trenton - Painting depicting the battle
American Independence

The Battle of Trenton

After crossing the Delaware River the night prior to the attack, General  Washington and his Continental Army fought Hessians garrisoned at Trenton, New Jersey on the morning of December 26, 1776.

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George Washington - Painting
American Independence

George Washington

To sketch the life of Washington is to write the history of the events which made the United States independent and gave birth to the American nation. 

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The Battle of King's Mountain - Painting depicting the American Revolutionary War battle
American Independence

The Battle of Kings Mountain

The Battle of Kings Mountain was a military engagement between Patriot and Loyalist militias in South Carolina during the Southern Campaign of the American Revolutionary War.

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The Storming of Stony Point - Painting
American Independence

The Storming of Stony Point

On the evening of July 16, 1779, a select group of George Washington's Continental Army decisively defeated British troops at an outpost in Stony Point, New York during the Revolutionary War.

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Washington at Valley Forge - Image of Snow Covered Cabins at Valley Forge
American Independence

Washington at Valley Forge

During the winter of 1777-1778, under the leadership of General George Washington, the Continental Army camped at Valley Forge in brutal conditions.

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The Siege of Yorktown - Painting depicting the battle during the American Revolutionary War
American Independence

The Siege of Yorktown

Yorktown was the last major battle in the American Revolution. It led to the surrender of Cornwallis & the British army, and prompted negotiations to end the war.

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Samuel Adams & The Boston Tea Party - Depiction
American Independence

Samuel Adams & The Boston Tea Party

After Parliament levied new taxes, Colonists rebelled by throwing the taxed-tea into the Boston Harbor.

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Patrick Henry & the Stamp Act - Depiction
American Independence

Patrick Henry & the Stamp Act

The great orator and Founding Father is best remembered for his "If this be treason, make the most of it" speech & for his famous words "...give me liberty, or give me death".

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Nathanael Greene: Revolutionary War Hero of the South - Painting
American Independence

Nathanael Greene: Revolutionary War Hero of the South

The American Revolution General Nathanael Greene is regarded as a brilliant military leader, defending the South during the war.

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Francis Marion: The "Swamp Fox" - Painting
American Independence

Francis Marion: The "Swamp Fox"

Considered one of the modern fathers of guerrilla warfare, Francis Marion, aka the "Swamp Fox", bested the British throughout South Carolina during the American Revolution.

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