Leaders of the Democratic Party in 1868 Election Summary A searing, election-year indictment of four prominent figures in the Democratic party, three of them former Confederate officers. Former New York governor and Democratic presidential nominee Horatio Seymour is portrayed as …
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, Confederate Admiral Raphael Semmes
, Confederate States of America
, Democratic presidential nominee
, former Confederate officers
, Fort Pillow
, General Nathan Bedford Forrest
, Horatio Seymour
, Ku Klux Klan
, Lincoln's war policies
, New York draft riots.
, skull and crossbones
, the "Alabama
, Thomas Nast
, Wade Hampton
Catchin’ and Cookin’ Muskrat By Ken Rossignol When traveling through the scenic small town of Princess Anne, located on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, a visitor during the fall might notice the sign advertising the annual Muskrat Dinner. Undoubtedly, at least one …
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, dome-shaped structures of cattails and reeds
, grandma’s antique muskrat coat
, Harve de Grace
, muskrat carcass
, Muskrat is a rat - not true
, Muskrat Nuggets
, Potted Muskrat
, Princess Anne Fire Department Muskrat Dinner.
, riverbanks and marshes.
, thyme and parsley
“Ken Rossignol’s new series is off to a great start with Chesapeake 1850, the tale of Ethan Douglas from his days as a 10 year old cabin boy on his grandfather’s Chesapeake Bay steamship before the Civil War, through his …
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