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  • Confederate Con Artist

    A mysterious woman of many names and dubious merit became a southern media celebrity or 140 years, historians have puzzled over a book published in 1876 titled The Woman in...

  • Joshua Chamberlain at Petersburg

    The Union colonel’s own clouded hindsight has led to confusion about his 1864 heroics. June 18, 1864 was not a good day for the Army of the Potomac. Lieutenant General Ulysses...

  • Moses Comes Calling

    Harriet Tubman helped plan a South Carolina river raid that freed hundreds of slaves. When the Civil War began, Harriet Tubman had already been a freedom fighter for more than a...

  • A Shared History

    The National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., realizes a dream first proposed by Civil War veterans. One of the most affecting artifacts in the...


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