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  • Intense fighting between northern troops and pro-southern fighters in that state has displaced tens of thousands of people.

    Obama 'Proud' to Recognize South Sudan

  • Fighting between Khartoum's army and pro-southern elements broke out in the area on June 5.

    US Monitoring Group Detects Suspected Mass Graves in Sudan

  • The north's army is currently fighting pro-southern elements in the northern-controlled state of Southern Kordofan.

    North Sudan Army Demobilizes Southern Members

  • The U.N. humanitarian affairs office says fighting between the northern army and local pro-southern fighters in Southern Kordofan has displaced 60,000 people.

    North, South Sudan Troops Clash in Disputed Abyei

  • Human rights groups say as many as 200,000 people have been displaced by fighting between Khartoum's army and pro-southern elements in Southern Kordofan which broke out on June 5.

    Kadugli Bishop Appeals to UN to Stop Sudanese Bombings

  • The ability of the Misseriya to graze their cattle through the fertile Abyei region and to the River Kiir is in question due to the ongoing violence, which the pro-southern Ngok Dinka people of Abyei accuse the Misseriya and the northern government of starting.

    More than 100 killed in disputed Sudan region

  • As far back as August 1861, when city marshal John Van Buren Perry, a transplanted New Yorker, enlisted fellow Unionists to pummel pro-southern sympathizers celebrating the Confederate victory at Bull Run, local sentiment strongly favored the North.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • The female Hitchcocks, in fact, were so pro-southern that the doctor sent them away to Paris for a time.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • Governor Jackson—Old Claib to admirers—installed a pro-southern legislature at Neosho, near the Arkansas border, and passed an ordinance of secession, which the Confederate Congress in Richmond, Virginia, readily accepted.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • Reconstruction A.ter the Civil War is described by the editors as "the first comprehensive response to William A. Dunning's Reconstruction, Political and Economic," which was the central text of the pro-southern traditionalists.

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