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  • 5 Questions: Revered Ground at Pamplin Park

    About 4:30 a.m. on April 2, 1865, the Army of the Potomac’s 6th Corps breached the Confederate defenses near Petersburg, Va., ending a bloody 10-month stalemate. The Confederate...

  • The Shock of War

    Rage Of Battle’ Forever Haunted Some Veterans n 1862, Owen Flaherty left his wife and son in Terre Haute, Ind., and joined the 125th Illinois Infantry. He was, by all accounts,...

  • George Meade: Warrior and Engineer

    Two Roads Taken: George Meade found fame as Both a Warrior and an Engineer hat a waste of time and energy,” George Meade wrote to his wife on December 18, 1845, as he approached...

  • A Conservation Miracle: The USS Monitor Coat

    Ruins hauled up in 2002 from the wreck of USS Monitor, which sank during a New Year’s Eve storm off the North Carolina coast in 1862, proved a treasure trove for conservators at...


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Published since 1987, America’s Civil War strives to deliver to our readers the best articles on the most formative and tumultuous period of American history — the Civil War. Noted authors present the many battles, personalities and fascinating stories of the period.