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  • CIVIL WAR TIMES MAGAZINE

    The War in Their Words: ‘No Man Wavered’

    The Confederate 1st Missouri Brigade paid a high price at Allatoona Pass and Franklin In the foreword to In Deadly Earnest, Phil Gottschalk’s 1991 history of the 1st Missouri Brigade, C.S.A., Ed Bearss, retired Chief Historian of the...

  • AMERICA'S CIVIL WAR MAGAZINE

    Antietam Rebirth

    Restoration efforts let visitors see hallowed ground as it was in 1862. For many years Antietam National Battlefield owned outright only a small portion of the 3,200 acres within its boundaries. In many places, narrow rights-of-way allowed...

  • AMERICA'S CIVIL WAR MAGAZINE

    Signals Crossed

    Communication Failures Cost Forrest and the Rebels Dearly at Tupelo. The summer of 1864 was in many ways the Confederacy’s last gasp for survival. Ulysses S. Grant had gone east to take overall command of the Union Army, but he left his...