The Navies of the Civil War go heavy metal!
Abraham Lincoln fills his cabinet with people that disagreed with him…because the Union is bigger than just one dude.
Who do you want to have a beer with? Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis…The time there were two Commanders in Chief within our borders during the Civil War…
The beginning of 1862 is action packed, the Union strikes back!
In the North corner…it’s George McClellan, and in the South, Robert E. Lee…Ready, fight!
Harriet Tubman and the abolitionist movement is full steam ahead with the Underground Railroad in the fight against slavery. As the Civil War chugs along, the Union fires a legal shot at the Confederacy with the Confiscation Act.
Arlington Cemetery will become our nation’s most hallowed ground…but first, it will be the most strategic ground to protect Washington D.C. And, as an unintended FU to the future general of the confederacy, it’s on Robert E. Lee’s family land.
The Civil War revolutionized how battles were fought. From guns and bullets to the telegraph and railroads…America is the leader in technology, but these weapons of war prove especially devastating when Americans use them against each other.
Abraham Lincoln is the Big Buck of This Lick! He and the new Republican Party set out to oppose slavery, just as the Supreme Court doubles down with one of their worst decisions…the Dred Scott case.
The future of the Texas hangs in the balance…as tensions explode, so do the cannons. The fighting kicks off at the Alamo, with folk legend Davy Crockett. It doesn’t turn out so well for him, but everyone will Remember the Alamo!