The American Civil War
The American Civil War (1861-1865)
As two great armies probed each other’s movements and moved slowly northward, neither expected to fi..
Civil War Heritage Series, Volume XV
Trying to understand the men in gray and the reasons that led ..
Marcellus Augustus Stovall was the eldest son of a prominent Augusta cotton merchant. He harbored mi..
Jamestown is more than a place; it is a symbol. It is remembered as the first permanent English sett..
On February 9, 1864, 109 Union officers escaped from the notorious Libby Prison in Richmond by means..
John Billy Peyton’s daily diary paints a vivid picture of life on the home front in Rapidan, Virgini..
In the summer of 1864, General Jubal A. Early led about 15,000 Confederates on a daring sweep throug..
Under Captain Raphael Semmes, the CSS Alabama had been raiding Union merchant ships for nearly two y..
General Samuel Wylie Crawford served in the United States Army from Fort Sumter through Appomattox, ..
Two weeks before the decisive battle of the Civil War was fought in Pennsylvania, two men struggled ..
Stonewall Jackson is buried in Lexington, Virginia. But where is the last resting place of Joseph Jo..
Some of the deadliest fighting of the Battle of Gettysburg took place in the now famous Wheatfield. ..
Giants in the Cornfield adds a fresh dimension to Civil War literature with this extensive social st..
Give Them the Bayonet: A Guide to the Battle for Henry Hill, July 21, 1861 is the second book in Whi..
The 43rd Alabama Infantry Volunteers were mustered into the Confederate States Volunteer Army in the..
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