1863-42 Battle of Lafourche Crossing June 20–21, 1863

A small skirmish in the Blue Ridge Mountains in a lethal cat and mouse of the Gettysburg Campaign.

1863 (Published 9/18/2022)

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  • The Civil War Battlefield Guide (Second Edition) by Frances H. Kennedy 
  • Strategic battles by Diane Yancy 
  • The American Civil War: A Select Anthology of Battles, Campaigns and Related Topics by Brasher, Michael R.

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THE BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC

Composition: William Steffe; Performance: United States Air Forces in Europe Band, Concert Band; Recording: United States Air Force, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

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Recording:

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WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME

Composition: J. Durnal; Performance: USMA Band; Composition Date 1863; Performance Date: 1990;  Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Composition:

The author died in 1890, so this work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author’s life plus 100 years or fewer.

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About agirlushouldknow

A middle-aged transgender gamer woman who grew up so poor it was only po. Who works in a white-collar job, graduating late in life. The most important part is I am married 29+ years to a wonderful husband and I have a pretty cool one-eyed cat named Tally the Pirate Queen (or Bitchy Princess depending on her day).
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