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Etrading CSA Cavalry Confederate Saber Civil War Officer Sword Replica Costume
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This sword is a highly detailed reproduction of a Civil War Calvary Officers sword. The Blade of the sword is HQSS stainless steel featuring an integrated bloodline. The guard of the sword is a full wrap guard with highly detailed leaves cast into the steel.
 
Confederate Night Before Christmas
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“Mark Vogl has given us much more than a parody of the classic Christmas poem. He has infused his version with the spirit of the Confederate soldier, who gladly makes yet another sacrifice for the good of his country. Stephanie Ford’s illustrations are stunning in their authenticity and beauty.” ―Charles H. Hayes, author of Civil War Limericks Originally published as a Christmas greeting, this narrative poem is reminiscent of events documented during the war and serves as a testament to the best of human nature during a trying time for all. Illustrator Stephanie Ford relies on historic evidence and her own knowledge of Civil War camp life to visually enhance Vogl’s poem.
 
General Lee 01 Good Ol' Boy Unisex-Adult Applique Embroidered Hat -One-Size Orange
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This is the only General Lee hat ever made in this quality. the back of the hat reads: "Good Ol'e Boy". Limited in stock. Grab one while you have a chance to do so.
 
Civil War Wool Lined Kepi Hat
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Now you can take on the appearance of a soldier who fought for the Army during the American Civil War in this Kepi Hat. Made out of wool, this dress up hat stretches to accommodate most head sizes. This hat will add the perfect finishing touch to your soldier costume. Great for plays, reenactments, and even school projects.
 
Confederates in the Attic: Dispatches from the Unfinished Civil War (Vintage Departures)
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National Bestseller For all who remain intrigued by the legacy of the Civil War -- reenactors, battlefield visitors, Confederate descendants and other Southerners, history fans, students of current racial conflicts, and more -- this ten-state adventure is part travelogue, part social commentary and always good-humored. “Splendid.” –Roy Blount, Jr., The New York Times Book Review  When prize-winning war correspondent Tony Horwitz leaves the battlefields of Bosnia and the Middle East for a peaceful corner of the Blue Ridge Mountains, he thinks he's put war zones behind him. But awakened one morning by the crackle of musket fire, Horwitz starts filing front-line dispatches again this time from a war close to home, and to his own heart.Propelled by his boyhood passion for the Civil War, Horwitz embarks on a search for places and people still held in thrall by America's greatest conflict. The result is an adventure into the soul of the unvanquished South, where the ghosts of the Lost Cause are resurrected through ritual and remembrance.In Virginia, Horwitz joins a band of 'hardcore' reenactors who crash-diet to achieve the hollow-eyed look of starved Confederates; in Kentucky, he witnesses Klan rallies and calls for race war sparked by the killing of a white man who brandishes a rebel flag; at Andersonville, he finds that the prison's commander, executed as a war criminal, is now exalted as a martyr and hero; and in the book's climax, Horwitz takes a marathon trek from Antietam to Gettysburg to Appomattox in the company of Robert Lee Hodge, an eccentric pilgrim who dubs their odyssey the 'Civil Wargasm.'Written with Horwitz's signature blend of humor, history, and hard-nosed journalism, Confederates in the Attic brings alive old battlefields and new ones 'classrooms, courts, country bars' where the past and the present collide, often in explosive ways. Poignant and picaresque, haunting and hilarious, it speaks to anyone who has ever felt drawn to the mythic South and to the dark romance of the Civil War.
 
Confederate $1000 War Bond Coupon
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Crisp - 2 folds, trimmed into right frame, no pinholes. 5th Series. Mis-cut error! This item is a neat $30 Confederate States of America certificate from an 1864 $1000 bond. A man on horseback is shown in the center. Says the CSA will pay to the bearer THIRTY DOLLARS for six months interest. Note the printed signature of Ro. Tyler. Robert was the son of U.S. President John Tyler! Guaranteed genuine. See our photos for pictures of exact note being offered for sale.
 
Mort Kunstler CONFEDERATE SUNSET Framed Wall Art Civil War Print, 18x16
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TITLE: Confederate Sunset ARTIST: Mort Kunstler YEAR: 2003PRINT#: MK45671816TYPE: Calendar PrintFramed calendar print of CONFEDERATE SUNSET by Mort Kunstler. Art is matted and framed in real wood and glass. Makes a great gift and a nice art piece for home or office!Framed 18x16    Image size is 12-1/2 x 10-1/2"    Overall frame size is 20-1/4" x 18-1/4"    Double-matted in charcoal gray and white    Mats also available in burgundy, forest green, tan, and dark blue over white   Frame is sealed and includes hanging hardware
 
Infinity IW38-BRK Confederate Generals Watch
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Pocket watch. Gold face with gold hands and image of generals Lee and Jackson. Gold finish sculpted cast metal case with image of Confederate flag on front. Gold finish metal chain. Pocket watch features: second hand, Japanese quartz movement, and gift box.
 
Constitution of the Confederate States of America
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The Preamble to the Confederate Constitution begins: "We, the people of the Confederate States, each State acting in its sovereign and independent character..." The constitution contained many of the phrases and clauses which had led to disagreement among the states in the original Union, including a Supremacy Clause, a Commerce Clause and a Necessary and Proper Clause. The Confederate Congress had powers almost identical to the US Congress, however all the minor differences added together amounted to a much more constrained federal government than the US government of the times and of today. The Confederate Constitution contained clauses which increased the powers of the Executive Branch, such as the line item veto power given to the president. However, they also granted essentially a line item veto to the Senate and Congress by limiting each bill to one issue written in the name. By making both the executive and legislative branches of government more powerful they did more to tie the hands of the Federal government overall-enhancing the planned ineffectiveness of the central government, one of the founding premises of the US Constitution. The framers of the Confederate Constitution, having studied the various constitutional crises which had arisen in the United States between 1787 and 1860, tried to revise the constitution to eliminate the grievances which had been raised in that period.
 
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