Antietam was not the smashing victory that Lincoln had hoped for. Though it should have been. The Army of the Potomac had nearly twice the...
Sept. 17th, today is the anniversary of the battle of Antietam. ( Sharpsburg). Roughly 100,000 soldiers met near Antietam Creek in Sharpsburg...
7 commas in one sentence? I'm no English Major but that don't sound right.
Until you mentioned Temperance , the quote made no sense to me. And still don't make a whole lot. Maybe you could explain it a little.
Are you sure that's a Lincoln Quote? He usually makes more sense that that.
Here's another Howdy from Texas!
Why so you can answer my question with another question?
True enough but I was referring to the Southeners "in the crowd" that you brought up earlier.
I've heard about people who answer a question with a question.
That's Not new to anyone who was half awake during a grade School History Lesson. Is there a point here?
There more than likely were some in the audience with "Southern Interests". But actual Southeners, in Connecticut? How many you reckon?
Yeah, but to his Connecticut audience? And I agree the" N word" was used in everyday speech back then. Like In Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn....
That would depend on your definition of studious. Google says it means scholarly, academic. And it also says book-loving. So it sounds like you...
I must say, "I am surprised". That speech in Hartford by Lincoln actually contained the N word several times.
Separate names with a comma.