What was a bitter George Pickett thinking when he ordered the hanging of Union prisoners at Kinston, N.C., in 1864?
Culp’s Hill Hero also deserves credit for his valiant effort on America’s bloodiest day
The war forever changed Corporal Robert Bradbury
Diligent research reveals the true identity of General John Reynolds' mysterious fiancée
A feisty Southern chaplain takes on 'Little Phil,' a fellow Catholic, to escape from Yankee captivity
Films from 2012 are relevant to continuing conceptions of the Civil War
Marcellus M. Crocker was on his way to high command until a terrible disease ended his military career
In his remarkable address, the president argued that the Civil War was God's judgment on America for the evil of slavery and that every means, no matter how how horrific, must be used to root it out