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Camp of 57th Ind Volunteers Pelham (TN) Aug 5th 63Dear Cousin Your kind and long expected letter has at last arrived it came to hand a short time ago I was very glad to hear from you once more after so long a time I hope you enjoyed yourself at the Picnic of which you spoke I should have enjoyed myself if I had been there I think Miss Mollie was there I hear you gave her my kindest regards the next time you her by order of A? but to proceed I have but little news to write as you
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Camp Near Murfreesboro May the 9th 63Dear Cousin I embrace the present opportunity of addressing you a few lines this beautiful afternoon for I do not know whether you have received my last or not at any rate I have not received no answer as yet. I do not think you would neglect to answer my letters so long it must have miscarried the mails are so irregular that there is but little certainty to hear from you and not any Special news that I have to communicate is for the purpose for
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Aprile the 18th/ 63 Nashville Friend KateI received your letter today and was glad to here from that part of the country again though I thought you had forsaken me But I excuse youWell to begin I have been having a pretty severe time of it I have had the Typhoid fever I come here to the hospital on the 13th of March I getting along fine I think if I keep gaining strength like I have for the last week I will go to my Regiment in a week or so I am awful tired of the hospital I long
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In Camp near Murfreesboro, Tenn April 12th 63Dear CousinYour kind and ever welcome letter came to hand yesterdayan I now embrace the present favorableopportunity (this pleasant Sabbath after-noon) to let you knowhow I am getting along your letterfound me in a tolerable state of healththough to tell the truth I have not en-joyed perfect health Since leaving Indiana I was glad to hear from youKatie and hear that you were enjoyinggood health I have but little news of any kind to communicate to
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Camp Neff Nex? Louisa, Ky January the 10th 1862 (Should be 1863)Friend Kate I received your Welcome letter and was very glad to here from that part of the bisyworld We are all well as faras I know them that is hereis well Peter Harter ishere he is getting along all Right Martin Conneris detestable? sick yet butis getting some better now I guess they will get along all Right I hope so at leastI would like to see them all well again.,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
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Camp Morton Nove the 9th 62Cousin Kate With pleasure I now embrace the first opportunity of addressing you a few lines to let you know where I am and how I am getting along in general I have but little time to write and but little to write about therefore my letter must necessarily be short I should have written ere this but our time is taken up so much drilling standing guard and doing other camp duties that we have but little time that we can call our own Sunday is the only day that we ha
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Camp of 57th Ind Regiment Chattanooga Sept 27th 62Dear Cousin Tis Sabbath evening the pleasant rays of an Autumn Sun fall gently and silently around me a solemn and pleasant quietness seems to pervade all nature the roar of cannon and the tumult of contending armies which so lately made the hills and plains of Tennessee resound with mortal strife the clash of arms the thundering of artillery the shout of victory and the yells and groans of the wounded and dying have all ceased and ever
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Pittsburg landing Tennessee March the 23rd 62 Cousin Kate It is with pleasure that I seat myself this beautiful morning to answer your very welcome letter which came to hand the day before yesterday. I rec’d a letter from you while while we were yet at Nashville and intended answering it immediately but we rec’d orders to march and I had to go Gen Buell’s army about fifty thousand strong left Nashville on the 25th of March bound for Savannah on the Tennessee-river distant one hundred
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Nashville Tennessee March the 16th 1862Friend Kate I again embrace the opportunity of Addressing you a few lines this pleasant Sabbath eve to inform you that I am well at present hoping these lines may find you the Same blessing I wrote to you five or six weeks ago and have been daily expecting a letter from you but as yet it has not come to hand I have looked long and anxiously for a letter from you, but failing to receive one I have come to the conclusion that my letter might possibly have
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The effects of phonotactic and orthotactic probabilities on orthographic fast-mapping in kindergarte
The purpose of this study was to investigate how the linguistic components of phonotactic and orthotactic probability affected children’s ability to fast-map orthographic information and whether orthographic processing explained unique variance on children’s literacy skills above and beyond that of phonological processing. Moreover, the current study examined whether kindergarten children with and without typical language abilities were differentially affected by linguistic processes on read
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Where the two kingdoms merge: the struggle for balance between national and religious identity among
When the German Reich was created in 1871, it was an artificial construct born of Hohenzollern power projection and not of nationalism. Otto von Bismarck’s Realpolitik used the power of nationalism to unite Germans behind the Kaiser, but also divisively to keep liberals and potential opponents of the Kaiser firmly divided. The Kulturkampf was one such set of policies that attempted to suppress Catholic political authority while dividing Germany’s religious groups against one another. The Kul
Author(s): Regier, James

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Where the two kingdoms merge: the struggle for balance between national and religious identity among
When the German Reich was created in 1871, it was an artificial construct born of Hohenzollern power projection and not of nationalism. Otto von Bismarck’s Realpolitik used the power of nationalism to unite Germans behind the Kaiser, but also divisively to keep liberals and potential opponents of the Kaiser firmly divided. The Kulturkampf was one such set of policies that attempted to suppress Catholic political authority while dividing Germany’s religious groups against one another. The Kul
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"That the union of the labor forces shall be permanent"
Historians disagree on the reasons the Populist Movement and labor failed to achieve a political coalition. Some find the cause in a backward-looking Populist ideology that imagined solutions to the problems of rapid industrialization could be found in a yeoman republic. According to this view, rank-and-file Populists neither understood nor had sympathy with the problems facing workers in the mass industries of the late twentieth century. Others see Populism as a progressive movement that accept
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Ally Sloper: The First Comics Superstar?
This book is the result of the conference ‘Comics Scenarios: Cultural Analyses of a Picto-Graphical Medium’, organised by the Universities of Berlin and Viadrina, and held in Berlin in 2003. My chapter involves the early British comics character ‘Ally Sloper’, a Victorian anti-hero, and his crossover with other mediums, such as music hall. Specifically, it is an investigation of the various texts which have borne the signifier ‘Ally Sloper’ in the years between 1867 and 1916, in an a
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Hand in the machine
Handwriting distributed by copying out by hand
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Antarctic Village - Metisse Flag
By way of calling the Orta Antarctic expedition to an end, the artists staged the first in a series of symbolic football games, ‘Heads or Tails, Tails or Heads’. Meteorologists, paleontologists and geologists from the Marambio Antarctic Base joined the Orta team to play a symbolic ‘All Nation’ match. The Metisse Flag and the Antarctic football shirts, created by the artists make it difficult to identify the adversary. The front and back of the players' shirts are stitched together with d
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David Harvey: "The Dialectics of Social Change"

DAVID HARVEY is Distinguished Professor at the City University of New
York (CUNY) and Director of The Center for Place, Culture and Politics.
Professor Harvey is a leading theorist in the field of urban studies
whom Library Journal called "one of the most influential geographers of
the later twentieth century." He was formerly professor of geography at
Johns Hopkins, a Miliband Fellow at the London School of Economics, and
Halford Mackinder Profes
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14. The Epistemological Features of History
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15. Philosophical Interpretations of History
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The Wager Lost By Winning: on the 'Triumph' of the Just War Tradition
Lecture delivered on the 19th of October 2010, part of the ELAC/CCW Seminar Series on War and Armed Conflict. Delivered by Professor Nicholas Rengger (St Andrews). Introduced by Jennifer Welsh.
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