An Afghan War veteran laments the disappearance of hallowed landscape
David M. Potter's scholarship explains how the North saw Southern rhetoric as 'crying wolf'
Decades after soldiers were wounded, bits of lead showed up in X-rays, or simply appeared
Confederate veterans created shrines to memorialize the general and attract travelers' dollars
Dozens die as troop transport collides with barge hunting for John Wilkes Booth
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As the conflict went on, conditions for captives became more and more inhumane
Much-maligned Yankee cavalry finally got the best of its Confederate rivals
After the Civil War many dispirited Southerners rallied around Cullen Baker, a cold-blooded Arkansas killer they propped up as a defiant ex-Rebel who continued to champion the Lost Cause.
Exquisite jewelry carved in the shape of acorns presented to Julia Dent Grant
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Christopher Klein recounts how Civil War veterans blustered themselves into believing that kidnapping Canada would impel Britain to free Ireland
He rallied the troops at Cedar Creek, but he was prone to tactical lapses and claimed credit due others
The Confederate president's trial was bungled from beginning to end