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Discussing secession, OTD, 1851

September 23, 2016 by

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The following clip comes from the Spirit of Jefferson (Charles Town, VA), from 165 years ago, today. Of course, reading through this, there are some lines that seem to see a decade ahead. I was particularly interested in the remarks near the end… Our blood ran cold as he described an army devastating this Valley… […]

Found!(?) Union soldiers hung by Mosby’s command

August 28, 2011 by

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Not as if I was really looking for them, but it appears the find has fallen in my lap… at least, I think it can be considered a find. Spending time, like I do, in the Winchester and Staunton National cemeteries, as well as with pertinent documents and publications (the Roll of Honor stands as […]

“I bought myself”… Henry Roy’s Civil War

July 19, 2011 by

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First, we have USCT soldiers from the Shenandoah Valley (and, yes, there are more stories to come about those men). Now, in yet another effort to add dimension to the Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley, I present Henry Roy… Roy was a resident of Warren County, Virginia, in the northeast central Shenandoah Valley. A […]