by Roy Morris, Jr.
by Albert Hemingway
Shadowy Thomas Hines–“the most dangerous man in the Confederacy.”
by Peggy Robbins
The humble sutler was a necessary evil of Civil War camp life.
by Matthew E. Bunson
The Union’s fabled “Black Hats” Brigade met its fate at Gettysburg.
Wintry Crucible Of Death
by Shawn Curtis Harris
Wave after wave of gallant Union attackers fell before the guns of sharp-eyed Confederates at frigid Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Youthful Innocence Shattered
by Richard F. Selcer
Northern and Southern boys marched off to war in the spring of 1861 with high hearts–those who came home would not be so naive.
Vengeance Carried North
by Charles Rice
One brash young Rebel navy lieutenant spread havoc along the east coast, from Maryland to the Canadian border.
Tightening The Coils
by John I. Laudermilk
At little-known Island No. 10, the Northerners began to tighten their grip on the Mississippi River and its tributaries.
by Joseph L. Zentner
Bloody Shiloh taught North and South a terrible lesson in war.
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