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  • 14th Amendment and Reconstruction
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    14th Amendment and Reconstruction

    A panel of historians took questions on the 14th Amendment and Reconstruction era. This question and answer…

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  • Battle of the Crater
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    Battle of the Crater

    This talk was part of the annual summer conference hosted by the Gettysburg College Civil War Institute.

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  • Battle of Selma
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    Battle of Selma

    During the Civil War, Selma served as one of the South's main military manufacturing centers. Benny Austin shared the reasons why Union troops targeted Selma, which fell just days before the end of the Civil War.

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  • Dwight Eisenhower at Gettysburg
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    Dwight Eisenhower at Gettysburg

    Gettysburg College professor Michael Birkner looked at Dwight Eisenhower's interest in the Civil War, particularly Robert E. ... Dwight Eisenhower was stationed for training at Gettysburg during World War I and later retired there after his presidency. This talk was part of the annual summer conference hosted by the Gettysburg College Civil War Institute.

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  • BO Railroad and the Civil War
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    B&O Railroad and the Civil War

    The museum was marking the 150th anniversary of the Civil War with the ongoing exhibit "The War* Came by Train."

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  • 1864 Civil War Overland Campaign
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    1864 Civil War Overland Campaign

    Sam Houston State University professor Brian Matthew Jordan taught a class about the Civil War's Overland Campaign, which took place in Virginia in 1864 and pitted Union forces under Ulysses S.

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  • Common Civil War Soldiers
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    Common Civil War Soldiers

    Peter Carmichael is director of the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College. He talked about his research into "common soldiers" during the Civil War, discussing their experiences and motivations for fighting. This talk was part of the annual summer conference hosted by the Gettysburg College Civil War Institute.

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  • Union General George Meade at Gettysburg
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    Union General George Meade at Gettysburg

    This talk was part of the annual summer conference hosted by the Gettysburg College Civil War Institute.

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  • Fort Gorges
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    Fort Gorges

    Fort Gorges was a Civil War era fort that has since been abandoned.

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  • Union Troops and Pornography
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    Union Troops and Pornography

    Villanova University history professor Judith Giesberg talked about Union soldiers and pornography during the Civil War. Professor Giesberg is author the book "Sex and the Civil War." This talk was part of the annual summer conference hosted by the Gettysburg College Civil War Institute.

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  • Speeches and Writings of Frederick Douglass
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    Speeches and Writings of Frederick Douglass

    Yale University professor David Blight talked about the political -- and often religious -- rhetoric that Frederick Douglass used when writing or speaking about abolition and the Civil War. This talk was part of a conference hosted by the University of Virginia's Center for Civil War History.

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  • Abolitionist Representative James Ashley
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    Abolitionist Representative James Ashley

    Author and law professor Rebecca Zietlow looked at the life and work of James Mitchell Ashley, an abolitionist and Republican congressman from Ohio during the Civil War and early Reconstruction period.

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  • Reconstruction Race and Andrew Johnson
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    Reconstruction, Race, and Andrew Johnson

    The Midtown Scholar Bookstore and National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania co-hosted this event.

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  • Race Citizenship and the 14th Amendment
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    Race, Citizenship, and the 14th Amendment

    The 14th Amendment was ratified in 1868 in the aftermath of the Civil War during the Reconstruction era.

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  • Confederate Monuments
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    Confederate Monuments

    A panel of historians discussed the history of Confederate monuments and their place in society. They…

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  • Origins of Fourteenth Amendment
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    Origins of Fourteenth Amendment

    Clemson University history professor Orville Vernon Burton talked about the origins of the 14th Amendment, and why it was essential and necessary to ratify after the South's defeat in the Civil War and the abolition of slavery.

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  • Historian Alston Fitts on the Battle of Selma
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    Historian Alston Fitts on the Battle of Selma

    Author and historian Alston Fitts talked about the Battle of Selma and the city's role during the Civil War.

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  • emThis Great Struggleem
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    This Great Struggle

    Steven Woodworth, author of This Great Struggle: America's Civil War, talked about how the history of the Civil War can be shared so that readers find the topic more approachable and interesting.

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  • emFive for Freedomem and emA Civil Life in an Uncivil Timeem
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    Five for Freedom and A Civil Life in an Uncivil Time

    From the 2018 Gaithersburg Book Festival in Maryland, Eugene Meyer and Paula Tarnapol Whitacre discussed lesser known stories of the Civil War.

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  • Anna Dickinson and Civil WarEra Politics
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    Anna Dickinson and Civil War-Era Politics

    A Quaker woman from Pennsylvania, she gained fame as an abolitionist and Republican Party lecturer during the Civil War era. ... This talk was part of a conference hosted by the University of Virginia's Center for Civil War History.

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