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Table of Contents - October 2012 Civil War Times

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99 Antietam Campaign Places to See
By Stephen Recker
You've never even heard of some of these spots….

'Little Mac' Did Not Dawdle
By Maurice D'Aoust
New facts about when George McClellan got his hands on Robert E. Lee's famous Lost Orders

Dorsey Pender
By William W. Hassler
He disliked Jackson, mistrusted Stuart— and fought like hell

D-Guards & Clip-Points
These fearsome Rebel knives turned out to be just too tiresome to carry

Carnage in Kentucky's Hills
By Stuart W. Sanders
Perryville may have been the best chance for the Confederacy's Western armies to alter the war's course

Why Do We Love Our Civil War?
By Stephanie McCurry
Most countries try to forget civil wars. Why is America so different?



Tiger hunt, plus props for Strong Vincent

News, culture and events

The value of "What if?" scenarios

"Bottoms up!" at the sutler hut

Wayne E. Motts is living his dream 

Antietam as pageantry

A Capitol development

National Civil War Museum and more

Chessboard of war



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