Is Jingle Bells a Confederate Carol?
The Story Behind I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
Within the Lines
The Wartime Journal of a Young Georgia Girl
Christmas in the Confederate White House
Letters From Home
We of the South honestly believed that we were fighting for States Rights, while the North is equally honest in the conviction that it was fighting to free the slaves.
The real tragedy of this war is that two peoples who both believed in the same God and the sending of "The Prince of Peace" slaughtered each other by the hundreds of thousands while calling on that same God for vindicaton of their deeds.
Now that we have seen how much more can be accomplished by peaceful cooperation, and a greater respect and understanding of human rights we wonder how it could have ever come to pass.
And she brought forth her firstborn son and laid him in a cattle feed-trough because there was no room in the big house.
And his name shall be called
The Mighty God,
The Everlasting Father,
The Prince of Peace.
And of the increase of Peace and of his Kingdom, there shall be no end.
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