Ebb Tide

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Ebb Tide (Ella Wood, 3) - READ BOOK ONE FREE! http://michelleisenhoff.com/subscribe/ Encounter the historic people, places, and events that appear in the third and final book of the Ella Wood trilogy. Taken directly from my research during the writing of this book. Historical fiction, Civil War, slavery, Southern, women's fiction, women's independence, women's education, series, interracial, love triangle, war and military, historical romance, clean and wholesome, Kindle books, Nook books.

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READ IT FREE, book 1, Ella Wood trilogy, American Civil War, historical fiction series

Route of the South Carolina Railroad shown in yellow. Excerpted from "Railroad map of South Carolina by Jed. Hotchkiss, T." in the Library of Congress. Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Ella Woods, Library Of Congress, Book Nooks, South Carolina, Charleston, Books To Read, Vintage World Maps

Railroad map of South Carolina by Jed. Hotchkiss, T.E., Stanton, Va.

Pen-and-ink sketch showing drainage, counties, cities and towns, and the railroads with names along the lines.

1864 Sherman's March burned Charleston, SC to the ground. Ruins of the railroad station. Confederate States Of America, America Civil War, Us History, American History, Black History, Shermans March, Fort Sumter, Civil War Photos, Old West

The Northeastern railroad teminal in Charleston accidentally blew up following the Confederate evacuation of the city, killing hundreds of women and children. (Not the main passenger terminal to Ella Wood.)

Sandwich, Ontario, now incorporated into Windsor, was a town on the Detroit River across from Detroit, about 2 miles northeast of Windsor. The town and surrounding township were significant areas of black settlement, being immediate destinations at the end of the Underground Railroad. Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Ella Woods, Underground Railroad, Book Nooks, Windsor, Ontario, Detroit, Books To Read

Sandwich, Ontario, now incorporated into Windsor, was a town on the Detroit River across from Detroit, about 2 miles northeast of Windsor. The town and surrounding township were significant areas of black settlement, being immediate destinations at the end of the Underground Railroad.

Sherman and the March to the Sea burning Atlanta. 2 great-great grandfathers and a 3 great uncle were with him. Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Shermans March, Sea Video, 8th Grade History, History Channel, American Civil War, Savannah Chat, Social Studies

Sherman and the Burning of Atlanta

Before setting off on his epic march, General Sherman and his troops set fire to the city of Atlanta.

Partially buried Confederate dead from the South Carolina (Jovie's regiment) on the Rose farm, fatalities of the heavy fighting in the Peach Orchard. The burial was interrupted by the arrival of Union troops. Photograph taken by Alexander Gardner. Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Gettysburg National Military Park, National Cemetery, American Civil War, Troops, South Carolina, Peach Orchard, Shit Happens

What Happened to Gettysburg’s Confederate Dead?

Gettysburg National Military Park Rangers, interns, and volunteers are frequently asked a series of questions by visitors starting with: Where are the Confederate dead buried? Many of these visitors have walked through the Soldiers’ National Cemetery where they noticed the markers of more than 3,500 Union soldiers, known and unknown, who were killed during the…

The American Battlefield Trust’s Battle of Gettysburg map focused on the Confederate attack on The Peach Orchard on July 1863 Gettysburg Map, Gettysburg Battlefield, Us History, American History, History Class, Teaching History, Airsoft, Gettysburg National Military Park, Military Tactics

Schematic showing the peach orchard where Jovie's 2nd Carolina regiment (Kershaw's brigade) fought on the Gettysburg battlefied.

The Rose farm on the Gettysburg battlefield where Jovie's Carolina regiment (Kershaw's brigade) began marching toward the Peach Orchard on the second day of fighting. High School World History, Ap World History, History Online, Study History, American Civil War, American History, Gettysburg Battlefield, Domestic Cleaning, 13 Colonies

The Rose farm on the Gettysburg battlefield where Jovie's 2nd Carolina regiment (Kershaw's brigade) began marching toward the Peach Orchard on the second day of fighting.

Amputee art 43276846405238062 - ca. [carte de visite portrait of three young Federal soldier amputees all using hospital issue crutches. The boy at left wears a round metal identification disk pinned to his blouse], W. Snell Source by tzahlmann American Civil War, American History, British History, Native American, Old Pictures, Old Photos, War Image, Civil War Photos, Us History

Historical Indulgences

"Until the handkerchief of history covers us with its Times New Roman black and white post...

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The Evacuation of Charleston - Part 2

Charleston's Northeastern Railroad depot exploded the day after evacuation, Feb. 18, 1865. The Confederate military stored a large quantity of gunpowder, as well as foodstuffs in the depot. After their departure, starving citizens helped themselves to the wares. Children playing with a candle ignited the powder, killing about 250 women and children. Flaming debris destroyed more buildings.

John Wilkes Booth, one of America's most famous actors and sex symbols of the Civil War era who absolutely stunned the nation by killing Lincoln. Lincoln Assassination, Most Viral Videos, Richard Iii, Running For President, Coincidences, Abraham Lincoln, Funny Photos, American History, Sepsis

John Wilkes Booth, one of America's most famous actors and sex symbols of the Civil War era who absolutely stunned the nation by killing Lincoln.

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