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The Myth of the Lost Cause: Why the South Fought the Civil War and Why the North Won

The myth of the lost cause : why the South fought the Civil War and why the North won (Book, [University of Nebraska Omaha]

The strongest loop knot you can tie

The strongest loop knot you can tie

Jesse James original home located on Lafayette Street, Saint Joseph, MO.

Jesse James original home located on Lafayette Street, Saint Joseph, MO.

1901 Quantrill Reunion Frank James seated to the left of Quantrill's Picture

Quantrill's men at Reunion, Independence, MO

Tikka masala med kyckling eller oumph - ZEINAS KITCHEN

Tikka masala med kyckling eller oumph - ZEINAS KITCHEN

Jesse W. James alias Jere Miah James (Posing as his cousin)

Jesse W. James alias Jere Miah James (Posing as his cousin)

Matilda "Tillie" Pierce Alleman was 15 at the time of the Battle of Gettysburg. Her memoir "At Gettysburg, Or What A Girl Saw And Heard Of The Battle" is one of the best-known accounts of a civilian's experience of a Civil War battle.

Matilda "Tillie" Pierce Alleman was 15 at the time of the Battle of Gettysburg. Her memoir "At Gettysburg, Or What A Girl Saw And Heard Of The Battle" is one of the best-known accounts of a civilian's experience of a Civil War battle.

Bambi - Kyckling i sötsur sås – precis som på restaurang!!

Bambi - Kyckling i sötsur sås – precis som på restaurang!!

This photo of Frank James was probably taken shortly after he joined the Confederate Guerrillas led by William C. Quantrill. It was likely taken in the summer of 1863. Note the holstered pistols.

Believed to be a young Frank James, the older brother of Jesse James. Frank joined up with Quantrill's Raiders. He and Jesse would have moved through Oklahoma alot during and after the war.after the war as bandits involved in the K.

During the Battle of Gettysburg, [John L.] Burns, a 70-year-old civilian living nearby, grabbed his flintlock musket and powder horn and walked out to the battlefield to join in with Union troops. The soldiers took him in, and Burns served well as a sharpshooter. During a withdrawal, Burns was wounded several times and left on the field. he managed to get himself to safety, his wounds were treated, and his story elevated him to the status of National Hero briefly.

…the Old Hero of Gettysburg, John L Burns, Burns, born ca. was a veteran of the War of 1812 when he was wounded in the Battle of Gettysburg, having volunteered his services as a sharpshooter to the Federal Army.