Browsing All posts tagged under »Southerner«

How do you assess the Southern Confederate soldier & Southern Unionist?

July 15, 2012 by

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It might be a good time to pause, just a bit… I’m in the midst of drafting another blog post about another Southern Unionist claim, and am realizing just how varied the picture is becoming. Granted, I had already been noting how varied the story is. In fact, I had subcategories of subcategories, breaking down […]

Why I love adding Southern Unionist content to the Web

February 1, 2012 by

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… well, part of the reason… I read the occasional comments, here and there, on the Web (especially in so-called “Southern Heritage” forums), from people today who… and I paraphrase… “don’t understand how they (Southerners, today) could turn against their own heritage… denying the story of their Southern ancestors who ‘fought nobly for the South'”. […]

What’s this?! More “Realist Southrons?!”

April 9, 2011 by

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I got a ping today, and, naturally, before I pressed the “approve” button, I had to check out the blog that pinged me. The ping was to a post about Levi Miller. I know, I know… “Great googly moogly, not more talk about ‘black Confederates’!” But, then, reading what they had to say, if I’m […]

Really narrow pronouncements of Southerness

March 6, 2011 by

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Recently, I’ve seen something float across FaceBook… I am proud to be Southern -where tea is sweet and accents are sweeter; summer starts in April; front porches are wide and words are long; macaroni and cheese is a vegetable; pecan pie is a staple; Y’all is the only proper pronoun; chicken is fried and biscuits […]

“Southern perspective” — one example of many

September 6, 2008 by

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“Although connected by ties of birth and blood with the South, I loved my country and flag better than my State or section.” — p. 10, Cole’s Cavalry; or Three Years in the Saddle in the Shenandoah Valley, by C. Armour Newcomer Though the book was written nearly forty years after Appomattox, it is one version of “Southern […]