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Onepoint Three Acres

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Our Home of Week on Main Road ranch with clapboard and brick exterior is abounding with flowers and plants in spring and summer months. WESTPORT At one point, property at 1684 Main Road had the second largest collection of rhododendrons on the eastern seaboard. All around the three-acre lot, markers still indicate different varieties of flowers that bloom each spring. Though collection has dwindled somewhat, home is still abounding with flowers and plants in spring and summer months. It's very park-like grounds, says Nick Helgesen, listing agent for property with RE / MAX Classic. The lot is wooded, with stone wall around the perimeter, giving the yard and front deck privacy. The home itself is a ranch with clapboard and brick exterior. Build with two wings, house offers convenient one-floor living, though the basement offers additional living SPACE if you desire. There are oak floors and solid wood six-panel doors throughout. In addition, build-in cabinets and drawers can be found in many rooms, including the foyer. Sidelights on either side of the front door light foyer, and around the corner, build-in drawers line the hallway to the first wing of the house. Here, there is laundry and a utility room with a sink and a door to the back yard. In addition, there are three bedrooms, first with its own private bath. The remaining two bedrooms share hall bathroom, and the third bedroom has double closets. On the second wing, living room sits directly to the left of the foyer. A wood-burning fireplace is set in middle of one wall, and built-in cabinets are on another. One door off room leads to a three-season room, enclose with glass. There is a flagstone floor and masonry for indoor barbecue. Through another door, living room leads to the dining room, again with build-ins, crown molding and half wall to the kitchen. There is also access to a three-season room from here. The kitchen is an authentic period piece, straight out of the 1960s. Enamel cabinets are vintage GE cupboards, which are hard to find these days. The next owner could choose to keep the antique look of the kitchen, which also comes with a dishwasher and refrigerator. Crown molding completes the room. The largest room in the house is the family room, measuring 23 feet by 15 feet. SPACE is bright, with floor to ceiling windows on two sides, though electric security blinds can give SPACE more privacy. There are sliding doors to the front deck as well as a wood-burning fireplace and a build-in bookcase. One of the walls has wood paneling. The basement contains two finished bedrooms, full bathroom and a workshop SPACE. The floors are carpet and the walls are covered with wood paneling. The property also includes a sizable outbuilding for storage of lawnmower and other equipment. Attach two-car garage has additional SPACE to use as a workshop or art room.

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What Exactly Was Promised?

O On January 16 1865, Major General William Tecumseh Sherman issued Special Field Orders No. 15, which one admiring biographer laud as the single most revolutionary act in race relations in the Civil War. Order promise thousands of Freedmen 40-acre parcels of land located in a 30-mile wide swath from Charleston South along the Atlantic coast to. Johns River in Florida. But Southern-sympathetic Northern politicians and even Sherman himself would come to betray the famous Order that gave Freedmen 40 acres and a mule, and former Slaves would be forced off land their families had worked for generations. That Reconstruction betrayal drove many impoverished Blacks from South to Northern cities. Nations postwar leaders inability to possess will, wisdom, and imagination to provide Black men and women, free by deaths of more than 750 000 Americans, with means to raise economically affected American race relations for decades to come. Shermans Special Field Orders No. 15 was an aggressive response to two issues that had bedevil Lincoln administration for nearly four yearsthe Federal government's Confiscation of Rebel-own property and relocation of thousands of contrabands who had found their way to Union Army camps. Repeat attempts to resolve these issues through legislation have collapsed in the face of inflexible partisan positions staked out by Democrats and Republicans. The first attempt to resolve the issue came in August 1861, with the First Confiscation Act declaring that all property used in aiding, abetting, or promoting insurrection was to be seize, confiscate, and condemn. Fearful that legislation might appear desperate response to Union defeat at the First Bull Run, and might also be unconstitutional, Lincoln reluctantly Sign bill, and then immediately Order Attorney General Edward Bat not to enforce ITS provisions. Lincolns timidity angers more radical members of his party. Following summer, Lincoln again found himself at odds with several Republican members of Congress. Illinois Senator Lyman Trumbulls Second Confiscation Act authorized government seizure of all estate and property, money, stocks, credits, and effects of anyone in rebellion against the United States. Furthermore, all slaves of people in rebellionthat under control of the Government of United Statesshall be forever free of their servitude. Second, the Confiscation Act lacks provisions for enforcement and proves no more effective than ITS predecessor. Confiscation by Union Military, however, proves to be an altogether different matter. Commanders on front lines seize abandoned Southern plantations and their slaves. But Congress and the Lincoln administration prove unable to dispel uncertainty surrounding experiments in Free labor by agreeing on policies for seized lands. Black leaders, wary of Congress and the administration, had put forth their own ideas regarding possible land redistribution. In November 1861, Anglo-African newspaper published an editorial titled What Shall Be do with Slaves? They argue when war ends, there will be four million free men and women and children, accustomed to toil who should be awarded confiscated land.

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