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Table of Contents - October 2007 - Civil War Times

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Black Soldiers, Southern Victory?
By Frank van der Linden
Major General Patrick Cleburne's plan to send slaves into battle fell on deaf ears and doomed his career.

Arming the South With Guns From the North
By Gerard A. Patterson
Confederate armies depended heavily on supplies of Northern weapons purchased at the war's outset.

Inside Andersonville: An Eyewitness Account of the Civil War's Most Infamous Prison
Edited by George Skoch
A chilling eyewitness account of everyday life in a prison where one in four inmates died.

The Wild World of Jim Lane
By Eric Ethier
A slippery opportunist with a violent temper, the senator-soldier from Indiana played a big part in keeping Kansas in Union hands.

Mary Todd Lincoln's Lost Letters
By Jason Emerson
Newly discovered correspondence sheds light on an old question: Just how crazy was the first lady?

Vindication Maps
By Tobin Beck
A cartographic reexamination of the Second Battle of Bull Run proved Maj. Gen. Fitz-John Porter was wrongly blamed for the Union defeat.


Mail Call

Civil War Today

Turning Points

In Their Footsteps


Letter from Civil War Times




Drones in the Great Hive: Letter From an African-American Soldier

The Lawsuit That Started the War

Thomas A. Botts: A Confederate Prisoner


If the Confederate Congress had authorized slaves to bear arms and fight alongside Southern troops beginning in 1864, how do you think it could have changed the conflicts final stages?

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