A common farmer from Virginia and a millionaire general from new York transcended the horrors of the wilderness through simple acts of decency
Union artillery at the Battle of Stones River shredded Confederate attacks on January 2, 1863
William “Howdy” Martin exemplified the officers who kept rough hewn soldiers ready to fight
Culp’s Hill Hero also deserves credit for his valiant effort on America’s bloodiest day
Known in official reports as Redoubt H, it was a key part of the Union’s plan to push the Confederate army to the breaking point.
But the Eighth Kansas's spirited charge helped the Army of the Cumberland take the heights
Union possession of the most important ground on the Antietam battlefield came only after critical errors