17th Century Justice

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Justice was different in the 17th century – this would sure cut down on crime rate and prison crowding – from “The Blue Laws of Connecticut” p. 74 published 1656: (17th Century spelling preserved  BURGLARY AND THEFT.Forasmuch as many persons … Continued

Battle of Antietam

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On Sept. 17, 1862, America’s bloodiest single day, a small force of Confederates on high ground for three hours defended the critical crossing against troops belonging to Ambrose E. Burnside’s 9th Corps. With the wounding of General Joe Johnston at … Continued