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Posted at 12:19 PM ET, 12/31/2010

Tweeting the Civil War: Anderson moves men to Ft. Sumter

By Mary Hadar

The Washington Post is tweeting the events leading to the secession of South Carolina 150 years ago, in the words of the people who lived it -- from journals, letters, official records and newspapers of the day, particularly The Washington Evening Star. Follow us.

Twitter recap from week one: Showdown in Charleston | Week two: S.C. teeters on the brink of secession | Week three: S.C. secedes


By Mary Hadar  | December 31, 2010; 12:19 PM ET
Categories:  News, Tweeting the war  
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Comments

This is an opportunity for those who practice white supremacy, to rejoice and celebrate their history and heritage in America...


Posted by: demtse | January 1, 2011 7:05 AM | Report abuse

Like I said before:

Secede Again!
Fight Again!
Lose Again!
Then . . . . Apply for foreign aid.

Posted by: lufrank1 | January 1, 2011 1:58 PM | Report abuse

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