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150 years ago this Month - September 1st. Confederates evacuate Atlanta, Georgia * 2nd. Fall of Atlanta, Georgia * 4th. John Hunt Morgan killed at Greeneville, Tennessee * 19th. Battle of Third Winchester (Opequon), Virginia * 22nd. Battle of Fisher's Hill, Virginia * 23rd. Skirmish at Athens, Alabama * 24th. Battle of Pilot Knob (Fort Davidson), Missouri * 27th. Massacre at Centralia, Missouri * 29th. Battle of Fort Harrison (Chaffin's Farm), Virginia * 30th. Skirmish at Carter's Station, Tennessee * 30th. Battle of Peebles' Farm, Virginia
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The Civil War: A Narrative
by Shelby Foote

Battle Cry of Freedom
by James McPherson

Mary Chesnut's Civil War
by Mary Chesnut

Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln
by Doris Kearns Goodwin

The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery
by Eric Foner

Bruce Catton's Civil War: 3 Volís
by Bruce Catton

Grant and Sherman: The Friendship That Won the Civil War
by Charles B. Flood


More than three million men fought in the Civil War.

Two percent of the population died in the Civil War.

In two days of fighting at Shiloh more Americans fell than in all previous American wars combined.

More men died of disease than of wounds.

180,000 African American men served in the Union Army and Navy by the end of the war.

John J. Williams of the 34th Indiana became the last man killed in the Civil War, at the battle of Palmito Ranch, Texas.


The U.S. government estimated in Jan. 1863 that the war was costing $2.5 million daily. A final official estimate in 1879 totaled $6,190,000,000.



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