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Ep. 0167: Endgame: The Not-So-Civil War Part 13: CJ covers the last phases of the American Civil War, including the collapse of the Confederacy and surrender of Confederate forces.

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In the Spring of 1865, the Confederate military & government began to rapidly crumble.Join CJ as he discusses:The Battle of Natural BridgeThe fate of John Bell Hood's command, including the disastrous Battles of Franklin & NashvilleThe Confederates' partial emancipation program, passed far too late to matter to the course of the warThe Hampton Roads ConferenceSherman's march through South Carolina, including the destruction of ColumbiaAbraham Lincoln's second inaugural address, probably his second-most quoted speech after the Gettysburg AddressThe fall of RichmondThe surrender of R.E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox Court HouseThe assassination of LincolnThe surrender of other Confederate forcesGen. Edmund Kirby Smith, the last Confederate Army commander to surrenderThe capture of Jefferson DavisThe ratification of the 13th Amendment to the US ConstitutionPresident Andrew Johnson's declaration of 'mission accomplished' in 1866A very brief word on ReconstructionAnd be sure to tune in next time for an in-depth examination of different interpretations of the legacy & meaning of this war!Support the Dangerous History Podcast via PatreonCJ’s DHP Amazon Wish ListOther ways to support the showThe Dangerous History Podcast is a member of the Recorded History Podcast Network, the Dark Myths Podcast Collective&’s podcast roster.Internal LinksDHP Ep. 0131: Opening Gambits; The Not-So-Civil War Part 1DHP Ep. 0106: A History of American Slavery Part VII: The End of Chattel SlaveryExternal LinksThe Fifth Annual Freecoast Festival, Sept. 7th-9th 2018 (CJ will be speaking there at 11 am on Saturday Sept. 8th)Battle of Natural Bridge Mini-DocumentaryReenactment of the Battle at Natural BridgeLearn more about your ad choices. Visit

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