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Cover Story
Cavalier Gunner

By Robert J. Trout
Lewis T. Nunnelee kept a remarkably detailed diary
about fighting with Maj. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart’s horse
artillery at Brandy Station and fending off aggressive
Yankees during the 1863 march into Pennsylvania

Civil War!

By Gary W. Gallagher
Hollywood and popular culture have had a huge impact on how
Americans view the conflict

Oil and Water
By Anna Holloway
Paintings from the Mariners’ Museum capture the grace and grandeur of war at sea

‘A Stupid Old Useless Fool’
By Robert K. Krick
Most Southerners were sorry Rebel artillery chief Brig. Gen. William N. Pendleton ever abandoned the pulpit for the front lines

Reimagining the South
By Tracy Thompson
A Georgia native wrestles with an inconvenient, troubling truth: Her forebears actually fought on the “wrong” side!

Mail Call
Perspective from Iraq; germ warfare;
reconstructing Reconstruction

Civil War Today
Endangered battlefields; Grant’s forgotten
monument; use your GPS to
explore Mosby’s Confederacy
Edited by Linda Wheeler

By Stephen Petranek
Gary W. Gallagher talks about the
best and worst Civil War movies—
and how they’ve influenced

Field Guide
Gettysburg’s new visitor center




Letter From
Civil War Times


A fresh appraisal of the Antietam
campaign seeks to explain the Union
debacle in the West Woods

Map and guide to the Upperville,
Va., cavalry battlefield

Rank & File
A Federal foot office