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Mark Stoyle is professor of early modern history at the University of Southampton. He has published extensively on popular politics during the Tudor and Stuart periods. His latest book, Soldiers and Strangers: An Ethnic History of the English Civil War, was published by Yale University Press in 2005.

Exeter Memories - the Civil War

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Memories of the American Civil War

He was a soldier at Shiloh, Franklin, and at many other battles of the Civil War. Seriously wounded in the head at Kennesaw Mountain he was out of action for several months but returned to service.

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Perhaps no writer who fought in the American Civil War left as eloquent, humorous, and sorrowful a record of the soldier's life as did Ambrose Bierce. As he states, this account of several battles in which he was an officer centers around his person and observations.

Chapter 6. The Value of Union: Antebellum Commemoration and the Coming of the Civil War

"Civil War Memories".

I have a dream!" So, when Limcoln heard , he was, like, "I better hightail it to Charleston, 'cause it's time for one of my Gettysburg addresses."

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Announcer V/O: In August 1863, Union guns opened fire, setting much of downtown Charleston ablaze.

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Thus, in 1642 when the split between the Puritan dominated Parliament and the Popishishly inclined King Charles led to civil war across England, the city at first tried to take a neutral line, so as not to be involved in hostilities. It was only after the failure of the Earl of Bath's visit to rally support for his monarch, in August 1642, that the Chamber dare start preparing for a siege by the King's forces, and to raise money for the Parliamentary cause.

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Announcer V/O: Knowledge of the terrain prove a key advantage for the South and its wily commander, General Robert E.

6. What event changed historian's attitude toward the usefulness of slave narratives?

Iconoclastic Memories of the Civil War - Internet Archive

The inhabitants of the city suffered increased deprivation during the siege, and food was running down, as Parliamentary forces intercepted supplies heading towards the city. Fuller wrote that a flight of larks flew over the city, . There were so many birds that the citizens fell upon them and started selling them for twopence a dozen.

With the rise of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s, this view changed and historians started to take slave narratives seriously.

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The Stuart dynasty spanned one of the most tumultuous periods in British history - years of civil war, assassination attempts, usurpations, national disaster and revolution. How did it all happen?

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Announcer V/O: General Lee's battle-wary troops fought bravely..