Number 1 (Spring 1997)

Columbiad, Volume 1, Number 1 (Spring 1997)

Columbiad, Volume 1, Number 1 (Spring 1997)

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From The Editor
by James P. Kushlan

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Guidelines For Submissions

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Notes From The Field

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Jubal Early Vs. Stonewall Jackson
by Gary Gallagher

A prominent historian of Lee’s army takes an objective look at Early’s much disparaged campaign in the valley.

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The Blue, The Gray, And The Red
by Joseph Sullivan

How communists helped Lincoln save the republic and contributed to the Civil War’s radical legacy.

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“Black Hats” Off To The Original “Iron Brigade”
by Tom Clemens

Evidence shows that John Gibbon’s hard-fighting brigade of Westerners inherited its name from another unit–the first “Iron Brigade”.

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The Professional Historian And “Popular” History
by Mark Grimsley

An informal consideration of the roles of both, and what relationship, if any, should exist between them.

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“Old Brains” Was Brainy After All
by Herman Hattaway and Archer Jones

A new appraisal of Henry Halleck, Lincoln’s general in chief and, later, chief of staff.

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To “Do With Honor”
by Sister Mary Denis Maher

The work of Roman Catholic sisters who served as nurses during the Civil War.

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That Gallant Band Of Marylanders
by Kathleen Ernst

Bradley Tyler Johnson and the Confederate 1st Maryland Regiment.

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Wartime Democracy: Lincoln And The Election Of 1862
by David E. Long

A midterm election tested the American system of government and threatened to overturn the Union’s war effort.

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Pirates Or Prisoners Of War
by James L. Conrad

The trials of captured Confederate privateersmen in Federal courts.

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Ambition Carries The Day
edited by Peter Cozzens

William Passmore Carlin recalls the Battle of Perryville, Kentucky.

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Book Reviews


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