The Loyalty of Silas Chandler
Was he a heroic black Confederate—or a slave forced to do his master’s bidding?
By Myra Chandler Sampson and Kevin M. Levin
‘Terrible Has Been the Storm’
William Sherman’s men took out years of frustration on South Carolina civilians.
By Jacqueline G. Campbell
War Around the Edges
George Houghton photographed daily life in Union Army camps in Virginia.
By Harold Holzer
George Crook’s Tin Ear
At the Second Battle of Kernstown, Jubal Early lured Union forces into a trap.
By Scott C. Patchan
Christmas in Blue and Gray
A Confederate and a Federal soldier describe Christmas away from home.
Longstreet: Culprit or Scapegoat?
“Old Pete’s” role at Gettysburg has sparked debate for generations.
By Glenn Tucker
A craze for pinky rings; Mosby
News, Culture and Events
Lee searches for a new Stonewall
Rebel POWs at White House Landing
Tracking Stonewall’s ambulance ride
Civil War Times celebrates 50 years
Judge Holt, Abe’s controversial advocate
Artifacts, websites and more
Mainers’ tribute to the Union