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"
The Western Confederate Army never recovered from Albert Sidney Johnston’s April 1862 death at Shiloh
The incredible story of thousands of soldier photographs and letters that never made it home
During its heyday, blockade running was a systematic and, for many, a lucrative operation run by a cartel of industrious merchant princes