Southern heritage

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Southern heritage. Learn about the rich history, diverse culture, and cherished traditions that make the South truly unique. Uncover the beauty and charm of this enchanting region.
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Like many regions with a very specific identity, the South has plenty of folklore. And within that folklore, you can find several old-fashioned ways to repel spirits, or "haints."So what is a "haint?" It's just another word for a ghost or spirit, a derivative of "haunt." For centuries, Southerners h...

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William Mahone was a civil engineer, railroad executive, and ardent supporter of the secession of the South. In 1861, after Virginia seceded, Mahone -- still a civilian -- orchestrated the capture of the Gosport Shipyard in in Portsmouth, Virginia, driving an empty passenger train loudly into town, bluffing the Federal troops into abandoning the shipyard. He later took a commission as a colonel in the Confederate Army. After the war, Mahone served a term as the U.S. Senator from Virginia, in 188 War, Men, South, American War, Chesty Puller, American, War Image, Civil War Confederate, America Civil War

William Mahone was a civil engineer, railroad executive, and ardent supporter of the secession of the South. In 1861, after Virginia seceded, Mahone -- still a civilian -- orchestrated the capture of the Gosport Shipyard in in Portsmouth, Virginia, driving an empty passenger train loudly into town, bluffing the Federal troops into abandoning the shipyard. He later took a commission as a colonel in the Confederate Army. After the war, Mahone served a term as the U.S. Senator from Virginia, in…

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