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  • Then, says Yale historian David Blight, slavery and race were swept under the rug to celebrate Blue-Gray reconciliation — albeit a reconciliation of whites, achieved by sacrificing black civil rights after Southern Reconstruction ended in the 1870s.

    Across the South, the Civil War is an enduring conflict

  • SPRING SNAPSHOT: Spring practice begins on March 15 and the Blue-Gray game is April 17.

    Memphis - Team Notes

  • The Blue-Gray All-Star Classic featured seniors not competing in bowl games who were looking to impress NFL scouts in attendance.

    NCAA Football - BXX vs. GXX

  • McKinley set a Blue-Gray record for completions by going

    NCAA Football - BXX vs. GXX

  • Flowers set a Blue-Gray game record with 12 catches for 169 yards and was named the Gray team's Most Valuable Player.

    NCAA Football - BXX vs. GXX

  • Both men represent the Blue-Gray Alliance, a volunteer group helping the National Park Service stage observances.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • Then, says Yale historian David Blight, slavery and race were swept under the rug to celebrate Blue-Gray reconciliation - albeit a reconciliation of whites, achieved by sacrificing black civil rights after Southern Reconstruction ended in the 1870s.

    USATODAY.com News

  • The Owls will hold 15 spring workouts before concluding with the annual Blue-Gray Game on April 9 at Rice Stadium.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • But he wasn't the only Taylor who performed well in the Owls 'annual Blue-Gray spring football game on Saturday at Rice Stadium.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Memphis 'spring will end with the annual Blue-Gray Game on April 17 at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.

    Memphis Commercial Appeal Stories

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