Same woman ?
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As some of you know I recently was given a book of photos which includes some of my immediate family. These two are from that collection.

What I'd like is opinions as to whether the women in the two photos are the same person. I want to say they are but also have some doubts so thought I'd put it out there for you folks who study such...
I don't think we will have a very gay Easter
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From Eb Joseph Daniels
"The snow is about seven or eight inches deep. I don't think we will have a...

Trivia Question 4-22-19 three parts!

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It was 1856 and Kansas was starting to bleed. In response to the Kansas – Nebraska Act and a concerted effort to establish slavery in the new Kansas Territory, Northern abolitionists encouraged and financially supported efforts to settle the area with their own supporters. Shortly before the town of Lawrence was sacked by pro-slavery settlers...

Authentic Stuffed Country Ham

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Easter Sunday is almost here and for many of us that means having ham for dinner. While looking for some recipes, I discovered, ''300 Years of Black Cooking in St. Mary’s County, Md.'' Published in 1976 by the St. Mary’s County bicentennial committee, it is no longer in...

Caution, Merge Ahead!

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Good Grief, I did it good today, I merged 30 threads together into one massive thread.

https://civilwartalk.com/threads/oops-big-lump-of-your-posts.149160/

I think this is the biggest goof I've made in a while.

I was just trying to merge three threads in the moderated forum together, but instead we...

CWDigitalDigest Casey's Stack - Vol IV, Episode 16

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Get your arms stacked!


Published on Aug 1, 2018

In this episode, we teach how to stack arms, breaking it down into the individual motions to make a solid stack quickly. This method comes from Casey’s drill manual however it is the same in Gilham’s! Hearing the command “Stack Arms!”...

Easter egg CSS Manassas

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Here is the Easter egg version of the CSS Manassas built yesterday by yours truly using an egg and pieces of paper.
Happy Easter to those who celebrate and a great day to all the others!

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I'm doing an image of the CSS Arkansas running the Union Fleet. Built a few 3D models to put it all together but cant seem to get a consensus on what ships were actually involved. One map doesn't show any of the City Class ironclads and another says there were up to 39 union ships. I have the Benton, Essex, Hartford and some others but have you come across any research that states which ships were involved?
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