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  • Henry Morton Stanley Goes To War

    Private William H. Stanley, which was what he called himself then, marched forward in the hour before dawn on April 6, 1862, as part of the Dixie Grays, a volunteer company in the...

  • Confederate Lieutenant Fogle at Antietam

    Primary Sources: Bloodletting at Burnside Bridge September 17, 1862. Confederates defending the stone bridge on the lower end of the battlefield at Antietam were outnumbered...

  • What Price Victory?

    The Confederacy suffered three staggering military disasters in July 1863. Stunned Southerners struggled to grasp the unthinkable. General Robert E. Lee was human after all;...

  • How in the world did they shoot Stonewall Jackson?

    It’s one of the best-known stories of the Civil War: Confederate General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson is accidentally shot by his own men during the Battle of...


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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.