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Extra Voices: Curses | From the Archives | Civil War Monitor
Posted: (1 months ago) Extra Voices: Curses. Posted 12/1/2016 By The Civil War Monitor. In the Voices section of the Winter 2016 issue of The Civil War Monitor we highlighted first-person quotes about some of the colorful oaths uttered by soldiers and civilians during the Civil War. Unfortunately, we didn't have room to include all that we found.
The Civil War Almanac
Posted: (15 days ago) The Civil War Almanac, the third special issue released by the editors of The Civil War Monitor, contains a wealth of information about America’s greatest conflict.The first half consists of a presentation of interesting facts and figures about the resources, armies, and leaders of the Union and the Confederacy, while in the second half a panel of our country’s leading Civil War historians ...
MILLER: Vicksburg (2019) | Book Reviews | Civil War Monitor
Posted: (5 days ago) Donald L. Miller's "Vicksburg: Grant's Campaign That Broke the Confederacy" is marked by impeccable prose anchored by a staggering amount of archival research and an impressive grasp of relevant historiography line every page.
Fantasizing Lee as a Civil Rights Pioneer | Analysis ...
Posted: (11 days ago) Fantasizing Lee as a Civil Rights Pioneer. Posted 7/23/2012 By Andy Hall. Over at Civil War Talk, there was a discussion recently about a story about Robert E. Lee, and an incident that allegedly occurred soon after the end of the war at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Richmond.
STOTELMYER: Too Useful to Sacrifice (2019) | Book Reviews ...
Posted: (17 days ago) Too Useful to Sacrifice: Reconsidering General George B. McClellan’s Generalship in the Maryland Campaign from South Mountain to Antietam by Steven R. Stotelmyer. Savas Beatie, 2019.
History as Imagination | Stereoscope | Civil War Monitor
Posted: (10 days ago) Library of Congress Harriet Tubman, as she appeared in the late 1860s. Anyone who has spent considerable time in research libraries or logging onto digital archives knows what it feels like to come to the end of an evidentiary road.
LONGACRE: Custer (2018) | Book Reviews | Civil War Monitor
Posted: (10 days ago) Custer: The Making of a Young General by Edward G. Longacre. Skyhorse, 2018. Cloth, ISBN: 978-1510733190. $24.99. Although not as popular as U.S. Grant, William T. Sherman or Philip Sheridan, George Armstrong Custer emerged from the American Civil War as one of the most recognized and celebrated men in the United States.
The Dying Confederate's Last Words | From the Archives ...
Posted: (3 days ago) It's entitled, "The Dying Confederate’s Last Words." Dear comrades on my brow the hand of death is cast, My breath is growing short, all pain will soon be past; My soul will soar away to that bright land of bliss, Far from the pain and woe of such a world as this.
The Best Civil War Books of All Time | Analysis | Civil ...
Posted: (3 days ago) For our latest newsstand-only special issue, The Civil War Almanac, we asked a panel of Civil War historians—J. Matthew Gallman, Matthew C. Hulbert, James Marten, and Amy Murrell Taylor—for their opinions on a variety of popular topics, including the war's most overrated and underratred commanders, top turning points, most influential women, and best depictions on film.