by Roy Morris, Jr.
by Sam Gonzales
Union veteran James Grant brought the war home with him.
by Thomas G. Rodgers
The spruce new 3rd Alabama was not a “bandbox” unit for long.
Standing Like a Stone Wall
by Shawn Curtis Harris
The newly declared war still seemed a romantic adventure to the inexperienced Union and Confederate troops at Manassas. The illusion wouldn’t last long.
Old Burney’s Shining Hour
by Jack Kaufhold
An ambitious assault on North Carolina’s fragile Outer Banks by Union army and navy units was the brainchild of bluff, affable Ambrose Burnside.
South’s Feuding Generals
by Richard Selcer
Proud, touchy Southern generals sometimes seemed more interested in fighting each other than they were in fighting the enemy.
March To The Sea
by Owen Dunphy
Union General William Sherman left the smoking ruins of Atlanta behind him and boldly set out for the sea. “War is cruelty,” he warned civilians.
by A.B. Feuer
The torpedo boat David seemed like a miracle.
by Jerry Meyers
Plan a do-it-yourself driving tour of Virginia battlefields.
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