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THERE'S A PHOTOGRAPH
I'M VERY FOND OF.

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IT SHOWS
3 CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS

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WHO WERE CAPTURED
AT GETTYSBURG,

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AND THEY HAVE POSED IN FRONT OF
OR ALONGSIDE

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A SNAKE-RAIL FENCE.

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AND YOU SEE EXACTLY HOW

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THE CONFEDERATE SOLDIER
WAS DRESSED.

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YOU SEE SOMETHING IN
HIS ATTITUDE TOWARD THE CAMERA

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THAT'S REVEALING
OF HIS NATURE,

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AND ONE OF THEM
HAS HIS ARMS LIKE THIS,

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AS IF HE'S HAVING
HIS PICTURE MADE,

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BUT HE'S DETERMINED TO BE
THE INDIVIDUAL HE IS.

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AND THERE'S SOMETHING
ABOUT THAT PICTURE

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THAT DRAWS ME STRONGLY
AS AN IMAGE OF THE WAR.

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MORE THAN ONCE
DURING THE CIVIL WAR,

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NEWSPAPERS REPORTED
A STRANGE PHENOMENON.

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FROM ONLY
A FEW MILES AWAY,

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A BATTLE SOMETIMES
MADE NO SOUND,

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DESPITE THE FLASH
AND SMOKE OF CANNON

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AND THE FACT
THAT MORE-DISTANT OBSERVERS

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COULD HEAR IT CLEARLY.

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THESE EERIE SILENCES
WERE CALLED ACOUSTIC SHADOWS.

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IN THE SUMMER OF 1863,

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A UNION WARSHIP,

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HUNTING A CONFEDERATE
COMMERCE RAIDER OFF YOKOHAMA,

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ATTACKED A JAPANESE FLEET

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FOR HARASSING THE COLONY
OF WESTERNERS THERE.

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THE UNITED STATES WON
ITS FIRST NAVAL BATTLE

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AGAINST THE EMPIRE
OF JAPAN,

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BUT THE CON FEDERATES
GOT AWAY.

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IN PARIS THAT YEAR,

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NEW PAINTINGS BY CEZANNE,
WHISTLER, AND MANET

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WERE SHOWN AT A SPECIAL EXHIBIT
FOR OUTCASTS.

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IN RUSSIA,
DOSTOYEVSKY FINISHED

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<Ι>NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND,

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AND IN LONDON,

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KARL MARX LABORED TO COMPLETE
HIS MASTERPIECE,

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<Ι>DAS KAPITAL.

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FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS
OF 1863,

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ROBERT E. LEE
AND STONEWALL JACKSON

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HAD CARRIED OUT
ONE OF THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY

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MILITARY CAMPAIGNS IN HISTORY,

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SMASHING
HUGE FEDERAL ARMIES

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AT FREDERICKSBURG
AND CHANCELLORSVILLE

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AND WINNING THE UNDYING LOVE
OF THE SOUTH.

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BUT BY LATE MAY,
CONFEDERATE LUCK HAD CHANGED.

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JACKSON WAS DEAD.

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