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  1. Open Carry Activists in Texas Gain GroundRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | AmmoLand

    The movement to restore open carry to Texas has heated up in the last year and a half. It arguably accelerated with C.J. Grisham being accosted by a police officer in rural Bell County.

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  2. Open Carry Activists in Texas Gain GroundRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | AmmoLand

    The movement to restore open carry to Texas has heated up in the last year and a half. It arguably accelerated with C.J. Grisham being accosted by a police officer in rural Bell County.

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  3. Unsung Delaware Civil War commandersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Coastal Point

    The biographies of several high-ranking Delaware army and naval officers who served during the Civil War are generally well known. These include Brig.

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  4. Legacy looks back on Civil War's last battleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | LaGrange Daily News

    Kaye Minchew, executive director of the Legacy Museum on Main Street, cuts a ribbon Thursday evening to mark the opening of the museum's new exhibit 'Recalling the End: the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War.'

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  5. Hopkinton man pens novel about Civil WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

    A Hopkinton man has released his second novel focusing on the lives of two families in the Civil War era. “Boys of Summer,” written by Lucien N. Plante, takes a look at two families during the years leading up to the War Between The States.

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  6. The View from Writers RoostRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Gilmer Mirror

    Cursing is not a flattering form of speech for the speaker and certainly not for any intended or even incidental target. Of course, in Texiz and much of the Old South, we don't say "cursing," we refer to the vile verbal bile as "cussin'."

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  7. Clarksville's Customs House Museum Commemorates the 150th...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Clarksville Online

    Clarksville, TN - The Customs House Museum is currently showcasing the art of the Nashville Artist Guild in its Kimbrough Gallery through February with the exhibit "Divided Loyalties." The show represents the artistic interpretations of the many different aspects of the War Between the States within a variety of media.

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  8. Gaston Livery Stable to hold sesquicentennial celebration of the Battle of AikenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | The Star

    STAFF PHOTO BY DEDE BILES Elliott Levy, left, Eddie Rodgers, Coleen Reed and Ed Mann will be among the participants in the Battle of Aiken sesquicentennial celebration that will be held at the Gaston Livery Stable on Feb. 11. The 150th anniversary of the Battle of Aiken is approaching, and two prominent local history buffs want to make sure that the major milestone is remembered properly on the exact date that the Civil War clash started. Coleen Reed and Elliott Levy are the movers and shakers behind an event that will commemorate the Battle of Aiken's sesquicentennial.

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  9. Sid Meier's Starships on the HorizonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | TechNewsWorld

    It will arrive later this year for the PC, Mac and iPad. Assuming the role of a fleet commander in this space opera, players will be tasked with leading their starships across the universe to save planets from eradication, build an empire, and bring peace and order to the galaxy.

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  10. Battle at the beachRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | Bladen Journal

    Amid guns reporting, cannons booming and the occasional famous Rebel yell, re-enactors brought the Civil War battle at Fort Fisher to life on Saturday and Sunday, 150 years after one of the last confrontations between the Federals and Confederates. On a sun soaked Saturday and again on a wet Sunday, the battle was recreated in front of large crowds who were - for about 45 minutes - transported back to the Union attack on the Civil War's largest fortification between the Cape Fear River and Atlantic Ocean.

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  11. Everything You Need To Know Before Buying And Playing 'Elite: Dangerous'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Forbes.com

    I created the award-winning Insomnia Radio Network in 2004 and was globally recognized as an early podcasting pioneer. In 2006, Insomnia Radio was awarded Best Podcast by Newsweek Online, and the network was praised in the pages of the New York Times, Wired and CMJ.

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  12. Civil War Op-Ed: Remembering Robert E. Lee: American Patriot and Southern HeroRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | Huntington News

    Why is this man so honored in the South and respected in the North? Lee was even respected by the soldiers of Union blue who fought against him during the War Between the States. General Lee's portrait adorns the State Capitol in Atlanta where the Georgia Division Sons of Confederate Veterans hosted their 1 Lee birthday in 1988.

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  13. Museum display to celebrate Civil War SesquicentennialRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 11 | The Carroll News

    Photos by Allen WorrellA Civil War drum carried by Thomas Gardner from March 6, 1865 through May 16, 1865 has been recently donated to the Carroll County Historical Society Museum and will be on display as part of a celebration of the 150th anniversary of the end of the conflict. Photos by Allen WorrellA Civil War drum carried by Thomas Gardner from March 6, 1865 through May 16, 1865 has been recently donated to the Carroll County Historical Society Museum and will be on display as part of a celebration of the 150th anniversary of the end of the conflict.

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  14. MMA presents Civil War drawingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 9 | WDAM-TV Hattiesburg

    The Mississippi Museum of Art is pleased to present Civil War Drawings from the Becker Collection, on view January 31 - April 19, 2015. The exhibition provides an opportunity for visitors to view important works recently documented as those of Joseph Becker and his fellow artists who were employed by Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper in the 19th Century.

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  15. Re-enactors to open Harmony Museum's Civil War exhibitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Civil War re-enactors will be on hand Saturday when the Harmony Museum opens an exhibit highlighting local events and people during the War Between the States. "The Civil War and the Harmony Area" will complement the Sen. John Heinz History Center's traveling exhibit focusing on the conflict in Western Pennsylvania.

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  16. Civil War Tour by Robert Macomber on Island Girl ChartersRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 3 | Gulfshore Life

    Get the insider's story of some little known tales of the War Between The States, and how our Southwest Florida region played a role in ways few can imagine! Transit Pine Island Sound to Captiva Pass, over to Useppa Island and to the mouths of the Myakka & Peace Rivers, onward to Cape Haze and Devilfish Key, then back to Pineland Marina.

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  17. Between states: Ideas in the Civil War-set play 'The Whipping Man'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 3 | Los Angeles Times

    A changing nation awaits the characters in "The Whipping Man," including the newly freed slave portrayed by Jarrod M. Smith. A changing nation awaits the characters in "The Whipping Man," including the newly freed slave portrayed by Jarrod M. Smith.

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  18. The sweet potato patchRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 25, 2014 | The Sampson Independent

    In 1543, DeSoto and his Spanish explorers found sweet potatoes growing in "Indian gardens" in what became Louisiana. The sweet potatoes were also cultivated in the Carolina area of North America before the European colonization.

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  19. C.J. Grisham, Open Carry Advocate, Finalist for Texan of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 24, 2014 | AmmoLand

    The open carry movement existed in Texas before C.J. Grisham was set upon by a Temple police officer in rural Bell County. Grisham was eventually convicted of "interfering with police duties" after a second jury trial.

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  20. Thanks to Brown, important regional family histories remain aliveRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 20, 2014 | Murfreesboro Post

    John Smithson was a Revolutionary War soldier. After the war, "Big John" settled on the biggest mountain in Middle Tennessee, to wit, Short Mountain.

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