by Roy Morris, Jr.
by Jon Guttman
The CSS Stonewall was a mystery ship that sailed under many flags.
by William J. Miller
Union Colonel Charles F. Taylor of Philadelphia was a rising star.
by Albert Hemingway
John Hunt Morgan’s “Alligator Horses” brought the war to Northern doorsteps.
Gunboats On The River
by Robert Collins Suhr
After their losses at Forts Henry and Donelson and Island No. 10, the Rebel defenders of the Mississippi drew a line across the river at Memphis.
Trial Of The Century
by Jeremy E. Green
The military trial of the eight co-conspirators charged with Abraham Lincoln’s assassination raised at least as many questions as it answered.
Battle For The Bluegrass
by James W. Flanagan
Two armies, one Northern, one Southern, groped through drought-stricken Kentucky for precious water. They found it–and each other–at Perryville.
Valley In Flames
by Thomas J. Reed
Despite his roots in the Shenandoah Valley, Northern General David Hunter more than lived up to his nickname “Black Davy.”
by David L. Ribblett
Robert E. Lee’s beloved Arlington was an early victim of the war.
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