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“Hard War and the ‘Hand of God’: Massachusetts Abolitionists and the Burning of Darien, Georgia, in 1863”

By Colin Woodward Here’s a PDF version of the paper on the burning of Darien I presented at the Dublin Conference at Historic Deerfield in June. Any comments would be welcome. Bear in mind, though, if I ever get the … Continue reading

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The Civil War in the North

Almost all the Civil War battlefields are in the South, but the conflict happened in the North, too, even if it was not on the scale that it was in the Confederate states. Roughly two million men served in the … Continue reading

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