1. After Defeat at South Mountain, Lee Chooses Sharpsburg for His Next Battlefield


    from Heart of the Civil War Added

    Maryland's Heart of the Civil War www.heartofthecivilwar.org Historian, Author, and Antietam National Battlefield Park Ranger John Hoptak describes General Robert E. Lee's retreat from South Mountain after his first significant reversal since he took command of the Confederate Army. Lee regroups in Sharpsburg on the western bank of Antietam Creek.

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    • After leaving a forest


      from Sophie Diao Added 12K 210 20

      Suspended in this ephemeral moment after leaving a forest, before entering a field, the nature of reality is revealed. -- Ravi Shankar Thank you to everyone who helped me make this film! Sound design & music - David Ochs

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      • Aftermath (An American Turning Point: The Civil War in Virginia)


        from Virginia Historical Society Added 45 1 0

        This video was featured as the concluding video in the exhibition, An American Turning Point: The Civil War in Virginia. An American Turning Point was a signature program of the Virginia Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War Commission. The exhibition was on display at the Virginia Historical Society from February 2011 to December 2011. It will travel to seven other Virginia museums from January 2012 through August 2015.

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        • A Good Death


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          Megan Rosenbloom is a medical librarian and co-founder of the Death Salon, a group focused on mortality and its role in culture and history. She discusses how American death culture changed after the Civil War, and what she plans to do after she dies.

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          • A Gunner in Lee's Army: The Civil War Letters of Thomas Henry Carter by Graham Dozier (Video)


            from Virginia Historical Society Added 147 0 0

            On December 4 at noon, Graham Dozier delivered a Banner Lecture entitled "A Gunner in Lee's Army: The Civil War Letters of Thomas Henry" In May 1861, Thomas Henry Carter raised an artillery battery and joined the Confederate army. Over the next four years he rose steadily in rank from captain to colonel, placing him among the senior artillerists in Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. During that time, Carter wrote more than 100 revealing letters to his wife Susan about his service in the South’s most successful army. In this lecture, Graham Dozier will discuss the process of editing the letters; tell the story of Tom Carter's life before, during, and after the Civil War; and share some of the many fascinating observations that can be found in the letters. Graham Dozier is the managing editor of publications at the VHS and the editor of A Gunner in Lee’s Army: The Civil War Letters of Thomas Henry Carter.

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            • A Haunting Account


              from Amanda Ebersberger Added 22 0 0

              Sound art project for CINEMA 524 in Professor Jackson's class at SFSU. The assignment was to create a soundscape to a still photo. I am a total history nerd and have always been fascinated by the civil war. VO by Jeff Jacoby.

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              • AHeartbeatAway - Medium


                from S. Dionne Moore Added 121 0 0

                Using iMovie on a Mac.

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                • A History Behind Syrian Civil War


                  from Konbini Added 1,146 2 0

                  A BBC documentary. Understanding the current Syrian conflict today means to look back in history.

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                  • A história de Michaela


                    from Li Perini Added 593 4 1

                    Michela Deprince conta sua fascinante história: depois de perder sua família na guerra civil da Serra Leo, ela se transforma numa bailarina profissional.

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                    • A Horseman in the Sky


                      from Ahmet Burak 'Jason' Ceylan Added

                      A short story narrated by VOA Special English Team. I added Playmobil stop-motion pictures. This is an amateur stop-motion for non-commercial purposes. This video could be used for English language lessons. No copyright infringements intended.

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