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'Devil' or fiery peacemaker: 5 questions and answers about Sherman's March, 150 years later

A turning point in the Civil War came 150 years ago this week, when Union Gen. William...which hastened the war's end:WHY MARCH TO THE SEA?The Civil War was in its third year in 1864, and casualties continued...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2014-11-15/devil-or-fiery-peacemaker-5-q
During Blackout Day, Academy of Richmond County students learn to live without technology

...elements, that sort of thing," Roberts said.Social studies teacher Will Christman used the blackout theme to discuss the Civil War era with his students in a hands-on fashion, dressing up in period gear and demonstrating the ways soldiers could...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/education/2014-11-07/during-blackout-day-acade
Ghost tale might not be a tale after all

...I figured, surely once led to a homestead where a family raised crops and tended their cows and chickens.During the Civil War, the husband left to join the cause. His wife, longing for his return, kept his favorite dish ? apple pie with cinnamon...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/outdoors/rob-pavey/2014-11-08/ghost-tale-mig
The Artside: Exhibits present Civil War from different perspectives

Two new exhibits at the Morris Museum of Art look back 150 years, presenting images of the Civil War era from very different visual perspectives.An Artist's Story: Civil War Drawings by Edwin Forbes, showcases the detailed...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/things-do/applause/2014-11-11/artside-exhibits-pres
Around the block

...of its Brown Bag Lecture Series.Dr. Russell Brown will talk about major battles and skirmishes in Georgia during the Civil War and their impact on Augusta.Guests should bring their a lunch. Beverages are provided.Lunch can begin as early...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/richmond-neighbors/2014-10-29/around-block
Not many surprises expected in South Carolina elections

...Dickerson, are both black in a state that has never elected a black person to a statewide office since just after the Civil War.Republican U.S. Sen. Lind sey Graham is on the ballot seeking a third term against Democratic state Sen. Brad...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/elections/2014-11-03/not-many-surpr
The Artside: Reality, delusion are topics of art exhibit

...Art and a reception and book-signing will follow. The free event serves as prelude to the symposium on Augusta and the Civil War hosted this year by the Augusta Museum of History.? And Nov. 6 is First Thursday at Midtown, where shops and restaurants...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/things-do/applause/2014-10-29/artside-reality-delus
Ramblin' Rhodes: Oka'Chaffa Indian Festival in new spot, at new price

...think of the Masters Tournament and James Brown and not Indians. And they think of Georgia as Gone With the Wind and the Civil War. Maybe we can help change those images."

http://chronicle.augusta.com/things-do/applause/2014-11-05/ramblin-rhodes-okacha
Little known Ga. candidates await vote

...mother died on the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Peachtree Creek. [Her grandfather fought for the Confederacy in the Civil War], and I told her I would run in the Senate race," the ad said. The ads had to run by Sept. 2 and an affidavit...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/politics/2014-10-16/little-known-ga-candidates-awai