Come one, come all! If you’re on the East Coast, and want to hear some really great speakers on the topic of ‘Civil War Legacies,’ attend the Emerging Civil War’s 2015 Symposium held at Stevenson Ridge in Spotsylvania, VA. Check out ECW’s page for more information!
Emerging Civil War
Second Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge
“Civil War Legacies”
Schedule of Events:
Friday August 7:
-Welcome reception with hors d’oeuvres and cash bar
-Author Book Signings
-Author/Speaker Roundtable Discussion Emceed by Chris Mackowski
Saturday August 8:
-Welcome and Registration
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After Andrew Jackson’s Trail of Tears pushed many Native Americans west in 1838-1839, the available land Indians were allowed to ‘own’ grew smaller and smaller, until it was practically non existent. Small pockets of reservation land have been maintained even today; however, the land taken from them grew exponentially as the white man colonized the North American continent from the very beginning.
We’ve jumped a couple of months in our letters from Clarese to Chuck. Chuck made it out to visit Clarese in August, and arrived home just before the start of September. While she doesn’t talk too much about their vacation together, she does mention he bought her a piggy bank and hid it from her for her birthday.
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