Sherman’s March to the Sea

During the American Civil War, Sherman led a famous military expedition known as the March to the Sea. General William Tecumseh Sherman of the Union Army marched his troops through the heart of the Confederacy in 1864, wreaking havoc along the way from Atlanta to Savannah. By attacking the South’s supply lines, infrastructure, and economic resources, the march hoped to severely hamper its ability to wage war.

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Underground Railroad to Freedom

The Underground Railroad exemplifies the resilience of the human spirit in the face of injustice. In the 19th century, this underground system provided crucial support for African Americans fighting to escape slavery. Slaves on the run were helped by a web of sympathizers and hiding places to make their way to the northern states and Canada.

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Centennial Olympic Park Bombing

Centennial Olympic Park Bombing During the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, a terrorist bombing took place in Centennial Olympic Park. Centennial Olympic Park was a hub for visitors and spectators during the 1996 Summer Olympics, and on July 27th, a pipe bomb went off there. Two people were killed and nearly a hundred were

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