General Robert E. Lee was in a position of great strength. He had been at the brink of surrender, but he drove back two superior armies and now he was ready to launch a full-scale invasion of the North. Following the Northern Virginia Campaign, he took his army and shifted from Chantilly to Leesburg, Virginia. True, the Army of Northern Virginia had suffered manpower losses during the summer campaigns, but nevertheless Lee decided to invade Maryland. Continue reading
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There’s no “I” in team
…But there is a me!
Hi everyone. This is number two in the continuing saga of political opinion questions. So, here goes.
Cats are forbidden from chasing dogs up telephone poles in International falls, Minnesota.