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    an outbreak of typhoid fever Typhoid transmitted by drinking water contaminated with the feces of an infected person was commonly found in the unsanitary conditions of urban centers across the industrialized world in the nineteenth century Delray a The Slow Dead March of Camp Disease Death in the American Civil War Date s November 25 1861 Location PRINCE WILLIAM Virginia Tag s Charles Manning Furman Typhoid fever Disease Civil War

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    Date s January 1863 Location Washington City District of Columbia Tag s Law Civil War Politics In January of 1863 Clement Vallandigham stood before the House of Representatives to share some rather malicious thoughts about the conduct of the Civil War You have not conquered the South he declared You never will Vallandigham an infamous Copperhead leader in staunch opposition of the war pointed out that after nearly two years of the conflict the Union had not been restored The Irish Brigade Endures More Hard Fighting at Gettysburg Date s July 2 1863 to July 4 1863 Location ADAMS Pennsylvania Tag s Civil War Gettysburg Immigrants After a long and fatiguing march we arrived on the evening of the 1st instant within about 3 miles of Gettysburg wrote Major Sergeant Clair Mulholland in his 1863 battlefield report There the 116th Pennsylvania Infantry along with others of its Brigade awaited orders to the sound of the surrounding battle In the late afternoon the Brigade finally marched toward the battle eager to succeed A descriptive entry about a wife of a rice planter during the Civil War She discusses the issues she and her family endured during the war Date s May 12 1862 Location COLLETON South Carolina Tag s Diary Civil War Wife Margaret Ann Meta Morris 1810 1881 was the wife of a rice planter She resided in coastal South Carolina with her family She kept a personal diary in which she focused on topics such as her family being ill historical events plantation life her children s involvement in the Civil War and her teaching efforts The entry on May 12 1862 describes what she endured while she and her family fled Brigadier General Harry T Hays Leads the Tigers at Gettysburg Date s July 1 1863 to July 2 1863 Location ADAMS Pennsylvania Tag s Civil War Military Harry T Hays was the Brigadier General of the feared Louisiana Tigers During the Civil War the Tigers gained a reputation in the North as one of the fiercest Southern brigades The Tigers are best known for their tremendous efforts at Gettysburg Pennsylvania where Hays said they advanced through the city of Gettysburg clearing it of the enemy and taking prisoners at every turn The The South s Exciting First Victory Date s April 17 1861 Location CHARLESTON South Carolina Tag s Civil War Confederacy The newspaper article Glory Enough for One Day was written on April 17 1861 The article describes how the Union surrendered Fort Sumter to the Confederate Army on April 13 1861 The article starts out by talking about the telegram that announced to the south that Fort Sumter had been surrendered to the Confederate States and how it sent a thrill of joy to the heart of every true friend of the A Soldier Gets Sick Date s May 17 1864 Location ALBEMARLE Virginia Tag s Letters Home Civil War Lewis E Parsons wrote many letters during the Civil War to his family in Talladega

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    debate was participation in the Democratic Party National Convention at Baltimore Maryland where the party s Presidential nominee was to be decided The Baltimore Convention was the second such attempt Democrats had met earlier from April 30th to The Slow Dead March of Camp Disease Death in the American Civil War Date s November 25 1861 Location Tag s Charles Manning Furman Typhoid fever Disease Civil War Charles Furman had

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    Disease Death in the American Civil War Date s November 25 1861 Location Tag s Charles Manning Furman Typhoid fever Disease Civil War Charles Furman had known Fannie Garden for only 13 days before he asked her to marry him In all they spent less than a month together before the Confederate government ordered him northward to fight the soulless soldiers of the despised Yankee Nation The letters they wrote

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    Location Tag s War Courageously march ing under a constantly increasing shower of shot and shell General John Bell Hood and his fighting Texans battled their war towards a Union embankment and on to glory The stage was the Battle of Gaines s Mills on June 27th 1862 and it was up to Hood and his men to lead the charge to Confederate victory This was the battle as Hood describes it in his memoir which launched Yankees Rampage through Barnwell Date s March 1865 Location Tag s African Americans Agriculture Crime Violence Health Death Economy Race Relations Women In the winter and spring of 1865 Union forces smashed through South Carolina The exploits of these Northern armies quickly became propaganda for Southern newspapers The Milledgeville Georgia Southern Recorder hearing of the Union capture of Barnwell South Carolina reprinted a sensational letter from its correspondent The Constitutionalist The article full of rhetoric and exaggeration recounts Feeding Prisoners on a Pittance Date s November 20 1861 Location Tag s Health Death Government When S N Stallings signed up for service in the army of the Confederate States of America he sought glory and excitement in the defense of his home and values By 1861 Stallings dreams had faded Rather than fighting against invading hordes of Yankees he was guarding prisoners of war at the courthouse in Barnwell County South Carolina Worse the Confederate government had little interest in Porter Under the Guns of Vicksburg Date s April 16 1863 Location Tag s War By mid 1863 the city of Vicksburg Mississippi was the final Confederate bastion on the Mississippi River making it all that stood between General Ulysses S Grant and the East West division of the Confederacy itself a goal stipulated in the Anaconda Plan Since its capture would mean

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    official report Lieutenant Colonel Henry Pleasants of the 48th Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers wrote that the mine dug under the Confederate trenches outside Petersburg exploded at sixteen minutes to five on the morning of July 30 1864 The Quartermaster sergeant of the 48th Pennsylvania Joseph Gould wrote his history of the regiment It the explosion was a magnificent spectacle Mine their Line Pennsylvania Coal Miners Created the Crater Date s June 24 1864 to July 30 1864 Location Tag s War Civil War In his official report Lieutenant Colonel Henry Pleasants of the 48th Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers wrote that the mine dug under the Confederate trenches outside Petersburg exploded at sixteen minutes to five on the morning of July 30 1864 The Quartermaster sergeant of the 48th Pennsylvania Joseph Gould wrote his history of the regiment It the explosion was a magnificent spectacle Union Soldier Writes to Enslaved Daughters Date s September 3 1864 Location Tag s Slavery War Spotswood Rice was a black Missouri soldier in the Union army in 1864 During the time of Rice s military service he had two daughters that were still slaves in Glasgow Missouri While spending time in Benton Barracks Hospital which was in St Louis Missouri Rice wrote letters to his daughters as well as the master of the two girls In the letter to his daughters Rice assured them that the Union Soldier Writes to Enslaved Daughters Date s September 3 1864 Location Tag s Slavery War Spotswood Rice was a black Missouri soldier in the Union army in 1864 During the time of Rice s military service he had two daughters that were still slaves in Glasgow Missouri While spending time in Benton Barracks Hospital which was in St Louis Missouri Rice wrote letters to his daughters as well as the

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    together before the Confederate government ordered him northward to fight the soulless soldiers of the despised Yankee Nation The letters they wrote in the years that followed captured both their own deepening love and the chaos and carnage of the American Civil The Slow Dead March of Camp Disease Death in the American Civil War Date s November 25 1861 Location Tag s Charles Manning Furman Typhoid fever Disease Civil

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    Search Search Please login to add or edit an episode Alma College School Abbreviation Alma URL http alma edu Courses Using the History Engine Sort By Department and Section Number End Date HST 280 Histories of Alma College 2011 04

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