Battle flag (cropped) of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry during the Battle of Lake Erie against the British, Sep. 10, 1813.
South Carolina’s Civil War Sesquicentennial is on Facebook!
Tag Archives: Abraham Lincoln
As an aside to discussing recent population shifts in America in general: “It’s fascinating that after all this country has gone through regarding minority acceptance … we still have emphatic debates about the Civil War and whether Lincoln wanted to … Continue reading
Lincoln’s first inaugural address has been much recounted and recanted in the last few days. Most of us are familiar with the story of him having written a draft in Springfield, being careful not to give away too much of … Continue reading