by Roy Morris, Jr.
by Lawrence A. Frost
Dashing General “Autie” Custer went home to Michigan to find a wife.
by Danny W. Davis
Hood’s Texas Brigade won a fearsome reputation for hard fighting.
by Ron Banks
The dreaded bayonet was mainly a psychological weapon.
Bloody Fight In Vain
by Jeffry C. Burden
Ulysses S. Grant thought his formidable Union army could take Vicksburg by direct assault. Renewed Southern spirit, and suspect Northern generalship, would prove him wrong.
Storm On The Cumberland
by Richard Eichenlaub
Union Flag Officer Andrew Foote steamed his ironclad armada directly toward Fort Donelson’s frowning guns. It would be, as he thought, an unequal fight.
Longstreet Takes Command
by Theodore P. Savas
With the enemy stirring ominously on the Virginia peninsula, Robert E. Lee turned to his “old war horse”, James Longstreet, for help.
Sunshine State Saved
by Michael P. Watson
Amid the tangled cypress swamps and thick pine forests of northern Florida, a thrown-together force of Confederates made a stand against Union invaders.
by Mike Bennighof
History-conscious Mobile has much to lure visitors.
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