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Conference to focus on one of Civil War’s bloodiest years

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War raged through the American landscape 150 years ago, like no time before or since. “1862 was a full year of campaigning and fighting,” said Christopher Kolakowski, a Civil War expert and one of the featured speakers in the Capital District Civil War Round Table’s 2012 conference entitled, ‘1862 — A Year of Battles.’ “Some of the bloodiest battles of the war took place that year, and the North went into the summer thinking they ...


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