As the nation marks the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War, Nashville Public Television (NPT) and the Renaissance Center present Tennessee Civil War 150, a new series of documentaries delving into life in Tennessee during the war.Visit Tennessee Civil War 150 Website
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The end of the Civil War was not the end of hostilities between North and South.
After three years of war, the fate of the Confederacy seemed certain.
Wessyngton Plantation would thrive off the blood, sweat and tears of African Americans.
Rivers and Rails: Daggers of the Civil War
The Civil War began as a means of preserving the Union. But to nearly four million African
The vast majority of Americans in the first half of the 19th Century were highly religious
It took a two day battle with a casualty list of over 23,000.
The Civil War turned the home front into the frontline for many women in the Confederacy.
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