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Established in 1810, this bed and breakfast is steeped in Civil War history. When it housed Confederate soldiers during a three-day battle, one accidentally shot Mary Virginia “Jennie” Wade, a 20-year-old civilian, whose spirit is now said to haunt the place.

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Tubman married Nelson Davis, a civil war veteran, in 1869 and the two eventually adopted a baby girl named Gertie, according to the Harriet Tubman Historical Society.

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Seeking to match Princeton's success, Clemson adopted the moniker at the suggestion of a student historian know only as "Thompson," according to research by the school's historian, Paul Anderson. The story of LSU's adoption of the Tigers is a longer tale.

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”If Democrats are successful in removing the president from office (which they never will be), it will cause a Civil War like fracture in this Nation from which our Country will never heal.”

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My metal detector gave a loud signal as I swept its coil over the freshly cleared earth. I had just dug up several Civil War bullets a few feet away, but this signal sounded different. It was louder, and registered much higher on my detector's meter than the bullets. Perhaps, I thought, I was about to dig up a Civil War belt buckle? Finding a Civil War buckle is always at the top of my wish list when relic hunting.

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