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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Civil War

The final day of the Battle of Gettysburg

History columnist Jack Lamar Mayfield takes us back to the last day of one of the bloodiest battles for the Mississippi 11th during the Civil War. (July 5, 2013, Page 3B)

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    The great Battle of Gettysburg opens

    Jack Mayfield continues telling us the history behind the Battle of Gettysburg and the involvement of the Mississippi 11th. (June 21, 2013, Page 2B)

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      A little hitch in his git-a-long

      A few bullet wounds to his leg didn’t keep Confederate soldier Jeremiah Saunders Gage from making the trek from Virginia to Gettysburg. (June 7, 2013, Page 3B)

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        ‘Boys, there are some of us crossing this river who will never cross again’

        Oxford history columnist Jack Mayfield writes about the Mississippi 11th’s march from northern Virginia to the battlefields of Gettysburg. (May 31, 2013, Page 3B)

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          Reorganization of Lee’s army causes appointment of new colonel

          Historian Jack Mayfield writes this week about Maj. Gen. Henry “Harry” Heth, who headed up the Mississippi 11th for a time and was a close personal friend of Gen. Robert E. Lee. (May 24, 2013, Page 3B)

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            Lee forms three corps for invasion of Pennsylvania

            Historian Jack Lamar Mayfield continues his series on the Mississippi 11th’s trek north and the involvement of the University Greys and the Lamar Rifles in the Battle of Gettysburg. (May 10, 2013, Page 3B)

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              The men of the Mississippi 11th on the move in the spring of 1863

              Historian Jack Mayfield returns to his discussion on the Mississippi 11th during the Civil War and their movement from Virginia to Pennsylvania. (May 3, 2013, Page 2B)

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                Lamar arrives in London after 3 months of travel

                It took L.Q.C. Lamar three months to get from Oxford to London in 1862 when he went to serve as a delegate overseas. (January 25, 2013, Page 2B)

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                  Col. L.Q.C. Lamar and his Confederate commission to Europe

                  Historian and columnist Jack Mayfield writes this week about Lamar’s time in the Civil War and his following appointment as a diplomat overseas. (January 18, 2013, Page 2B)

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                    ‘Old Tarantula’ and the observation balloon

                    Hot air balloons were often used during the Civil War to getting a birds-eye view on the other side. (January 11, 2013, Page 2B)

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