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Resources: June 2010

Originally published by Civil War Times magazine. Published Online: March 29, 2010 
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P. 26, In Harm's Way: Leister House
The restored Leister House is located south of Gettsyburg along Taney­town Road. Living history demonstrations are sometimes conducted at the site. For a summer schedule, visit:

P. 32, Field Guide: Arlington National Cemetery
For more stories about the Civil War and America's most famous burial ground, visit:

P. 36, The World's First Military Railroad
To learn more about Civil War trains, visit the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, Md. ( Or visit the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History in Kennesaw, Ga. (

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P. 44, 'We Must Make Free Men of Them'
Patrick Cleburne's desire to enlist former slaves is dramatized in Cleburne: A Graphic Novel, by Justin Murphy. After the Confederate general was killed at the Battle of Franklin, his body was laid out on the porch of the Carnton Plantation, along with the remains of three other generals:

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