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Washington, DC, Area During the War

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'Freedom Rising': Chronicle of a divided District  
Alexandria: Iron ring of occupation stifles city  
Arlington Ridge sees war's beginning, end  
Congressional Cemetery: 33 acres of history engraved on stone  
Falls Church history filled with legends  
Hains Point named after Union officer, engineer  
House of good repute: Brothel pampered elite  
Nation's Capitol: A symbol of country's unity  
Shenandoah's autumn alive with both hues and history  
Tragedy at City's Arsenal  
Washington's two landmarks built amid turmoil  
Willard Hotel: Confederacy loses spy to wartime romance  
Willard Hotel: Elegant landmark in city  
Willard Hotel: Modest start but fancy future  
    The Slavery Period

The American Revolution, Constitution and Founding
Fathers (1770-1820)

Jacksonian Democracy, Abolitionism and the Failure
of Unity (1820-1860)
    1861       1863        1865
1862       1864
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Other Unionists
Jefferson Davis
Other Confederates
    Ulysses S. Grant
Other Union Leaders

Robert E. Lee
Other Confederate Leaders
  Union Soldiers and Sailors
Confederate Soldiers and Sailors
Northern Civilians
Southern Civilians
  Slavery During the War
The Growth of Freedmen
The Emancipation Proclamation
United States Colored Troops
  The North
The South
From Slavery to Freedom
– and Back Again
  Washington, DC, Area During the War
Richmond During the War
The Medical Field During the War
Modern Events About the Civil War
Movies About the Civil War
Newspapers, Magazines, Books on the Civil War
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