When did the use of Civil War tokens become illegal?

Answer Civil War tokens became illegal as currency in the United States in 1864 by an act of Congress, according to the Civil War Token Society. Today, the coins are hard to find and a collectible item.So... Read More »

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When was the Civil Service Commission created?

According to the National Archives, the U.S. Civil Service Commission was created as an independent body on January 16, 1883. The Office of Personnel Management and Federal Labor Relations Authori... Read More »

When can people have a civil ceremony?

After fulfilling the state's legal requirements, which usually involve two people showing proof of residency and legal age, a court official (i.e., judge) regulates a civil marriage ceremony. This ... Read More »

When would I need a civil law attorney?

On One Hand: Civil LawyersCivil law is any branch of law that is not criminal law. Civil law covers many fields. A few examples would be corporate law, business law, property law, family law and pe... Read More »

When did the Battle of Gettysburg happen during the Civil War?

The Battle of Gettysburg, the largest single battle of the American Civil War, was fought in and around the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It began early on July 1, 1863, and ended on July 3.Re... Read More »