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Yankee Rebels - Untitled (Acetate)

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  5. Jun 20,  · If you say "pa-JAM-uzz" instead of "pa-JAHM-zz" or "yooz guys" instead of "ya'll," chances are, you're a Yankee. If you call a bag a sack, you're probably a rebel. An online quiz helps you.
  6. "Yankee" was a name used by Southerners during the Civil War when referring to their northern rivals who were loyal to the Union. Northerners living in states like Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Connecticut were still referred to as "Yankees" even after the Civil War came to an end.
  7. Jul 27,  · On this day in , at the Battle of Antietam, Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia and Union General George B. McClellan’s Army of.
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