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Eggleston Report on Battle of Malvern Hill

Published: November 11, 2013 at 4:21 pm
Richmond— 1½ Oclock. P.M. July 2 1862 My dear Margaret I have been in great anxiety all day about Mr[.] Finley, fearing to hear from the Regt[.], learning as I did that he was in the bloody engagement last night …

April Civil War Times Weider Reader

Published: February 13, 2013 at 5:06 pm
America's Civil War Lincoln's best strategist From the March 2013 issue On the eve of the Civil War, the U.S. Army's commanding general, Winfield Scott, was just about used up. Few players on the American scene could stand the old …

Washington DC Civil War Sites

Published: February 13, 2013 at 5:04 pm
  Union soldiers, civilian workers and contrabands made the U.S. Capital the world's most heavily fortified city during the conflict. Most of the forts and other military installations were quickly dismantled after the fighting came to an end, and much …

Walker Sword Gallery

Published: December 18, 2012 at 11:25 am
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Civil War Band

Published: December 06, 2012 at 4:29 pm
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Picture of Month Gallery

Published: May 24, 2012 at 4:39 pm
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Times Square Tiles

Published: May 17, 2012 at 10:44 am
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Richard Ewell at Gettysburg

Chris Mackowski and Kristopher D. White | Published: July 06, 2010 at 10:36 am
Second-Guessing Dick Ewell: Why didn’t the Confederate general take Cemetery Hill on July 1, 1863?

Slave to Soldier: Fighting for Freedom

Paul D. Escott | Published: April 13, 2010 at 4:38 pm
‘We Must Make Free Men of Them’ Confederate General Patrick Cleburne wanted to enlist slaves to fight for the Rebel cause

Hanging Captain Gordon

Ron Soodalter | Published: August 18, 2009 at 9:34 am
Nathaniel Gordon was the only American sent to the gallows for slave traiding.

Civil War Times: March 2001 Editorial

Published: September 23, 2001 at 1:01 am
From the Editor Civil War Times NO WHITE SHOES My wife is quick to recognize the telltale signs. Whenever I mention that a man in his 40s has gotten his ear pierced, or done something aggressively stylish with his hair, …

Civil War Times: December 2000 Letters

Published: September 23, 2000 at 1:01 am
Letters - Submit Civil War Times BLUNT WAS SHARPER THAN THAT For the last fifteen years I have been collecting primary-source material on Major General James G. Blunt. So I was quite shocked by the mistake in "Hindman's Grand Delusion" …

Civil War Times: May 2000 Letters

Published: September 23, 2000 at 1:01 am
Letters - Submit Civil War Times THE END OF THE WAR Thank you, Dr. Castel, for your article in the May issue. Although I count myself a believer in the theory that the Civil War was largely fought and won …

Civil War Times: August 2000 Letters

Published: September 23, 2000 at 1:01 am
Letters - Submit Civil War Times COVER-HOGGING OVERINDULGENCE When I was 10 years old, I was at a friend's house and happened upon his father's January 1978 issue of CWTI. I have collected and read cover to cover every issue …

Civil War Times: May 2000 Editorial

Published: September 23, 2000 at 1:01 am
From the Editor Civil War Times CURSES! TOGETHER AGAIN! The United States was back, but not everyone was happy about it. It comes as no surprise that the soldiers and civilians of the Confederate States of America were disappointed in …

Civil War Times: December 2000 Editorial

Published: September 23, 2000 at 1:01 am
From the Editor Civil War Times NATURAL CAUSES Nothing gives you an appreciation for the modern world like a good case of some formerly fatal disease. In my case, it was pneumonia–specifically, mycoplasma pneumonia, which spread all through both of …
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