The famed battlefield in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, had about 536,553 visitors last year, a 92 percent decrease from its peak draw in 1970
A Stonewall Brigade captain recounts the savage July 3, 1863, fight for Culp’s Hill at Gettysburg
Longacre takes a look at Custer and the unsung hero of Gettysburg, David McMurtrie Gregg
What’s this striking art deco building doing in the middle of the nation’s most important Civil War battlefield?
John Bachelder worked tirelessly to commemorate the July 1863 battle
The bill passed in a 285-120 vote
With Maine torn apart by political violence in 1880, war hero Joshua Chamberlain again answered the call
The day devoted to all things dad was kickstarted by one woman seeking to honor her Civil War veteran father
A detailed look at the world that Confederate politicians and planners imagined would exist in the wake of a Southern victory in the Civil War
A handful of critical decisions altered the course of the 1862 Seven Days Campaign
The remains of Sgt. Robert McPhelan were found in a section of the cemetery that was reserved for paupers or unclaimed bodies
Nation’s Largest Confederate Memorial, Stone Mountain, to Get New Exhibit Explaining the Site’s ‘whole story’
The exhibit is being developed by "credible and well-established historians… to tell the warts-and-all history of the Stone Mountain carving"