The American Civil War
The American Civil War (1861-1865)
The capture of General Ulysses S. Grant would most likely be General Robert E. Lee’s last great gamb..
Spectacular displays of lightning, thunder crashing so loud that it masked the roar of the cannon, a..
An extensive biographical roster of men and officers of the Jeff Davis Legion, cavalry, created to c..
Challenging conventional views, stretching the minds of Civil War enthusiasts and scholars as only J..
Every student of Confederate Naval history has heard of the Confederate Ironclad Albemarle, built in..
During the War Between the States, James McCormick, an Irish-Catholic immigrant in Potsdam, New York..
The 12th Pennsylvania Cavalry was a hard-luck regiment. During its term of service in the Civil War,..
Here are more than eight hundred questions and answers about the generals in Robert E. Lee's Army o..
In 1862, Robert T. Cornwell closed the preparatory school he had established and joined the 67th Pen..
William B. Westervelt served in the Union army for nearly four years. In 1886, he privately publishe..
In times of decision, especially those times when the United States faces a crossroad, Americans hav..
Grant's attacks at Cold Harbor were the climax of his dramatic overland campaign. After Cold Harbor,..
Here is a truly unique study of how the Confederate armies established and maintained their system o..
At Monocacy, Maryland on July 9, 1864, the decisive battle of Robert E. Lee's 1864 offensive against..
More Strange Tales of the Civil War presents readers with more predictions, coincidences, medical od..
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