Ending The War: Fallen Cities

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On April 3, 1865, Union troops entered Richmond, Virginia. The moment that so many soldiers had been fighting and waiting for during the four years of war. Other significant Southern cities had or would be occupied by Union troops in April 1865, also.

In 2015, Chris Kolakowski shared some historic perspective on cities captured in war. We invited you to check out his original post here: The Fall of Cities—Some Reflections. 

Add your own thoughts or reflections on the subject to this blog post for the series…

 

 

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