Civil War Magazines-1960's

 
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Great Battles of the Civil War

1961
Unready Armies in Early Battle (Sumter - Philippi - First Bull Run - Start of Blockade - Forts Henry and Donelson - Shiloh - Island No. 10 - New Orleans - Virginia and Monitor - Jackson's Valley Attacks - Peninsula Campaign - Seven Days Battles - Cedar Mountain - Second Bull Run - 1962 Invasion - Antietam), Bitter Fighting to a Stand-Off (Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville - First Vicksburg Attack - Kentucky Invasion - Iuka - Corinth - Stones River - Grant's Land Campaign - Porter's Vicksburg Run - Grierson's Raid - Vicksburg Siege - Fall of Port Hudson - Brandy Station - Invasion of 1863 - First Fights at Gettysburg), Union Triumphs East and West (Gettysburg 2nd Say - Little Round Top - Pickett's Charge - Retreat by Lee - Vicksburg Surrender - Bragg's Reinforcement - West Chickamauga Creek - Thomas' Rear-guard Action - Opening of Chattanooga - Grant's Promotion - Lookout Mountain - Missionary Ridge - Bragg's Retreat), Final Struggle and Surrender (The Wilderness - Spotsylvania - The North Anna - Old Cold Harbor - James Crossing - Petersburg - The Crater - Early's Shenandoah Valley Campaign - Battles for Atlanta - Sherman's March - Hood's Invasion of Tennessee - Fort Stedman - Five Forks - Surrender at Appomattox)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
April
1962
Longstreet: Culprit or Scapegoat?, South Carolina Prepared for War in 1851, The Crazy Delawares, To Capture a Great Historic Moment, Last Battle of the War, Jake Donelson: a 'Cocky' Rebel, Special Feature - The Amazing Ordeal of Pvt. Joe Shewmon
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Civil War Times Illustrated
May
1962
Medicine in the War, Slaughter Pen at Bristoe Station, 'Moving Picture' of Council of War, How a Battle is Sketched, James H. Wilson - A Profile, Ransom's North Carolina Brigade, Conclusion: Joe Shewmon's Amazing Ordeal
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Civil War Times Illustrated
June
1962
The Mighty Ram 'Albemarle', Murder of a Union General, Varina Howell Davis - A Profile, Character of the American Soldier, The Battle of Olustee, The Exchange of Rooney Lee, What's Wrong With Civil War Novels
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Civil War Times Illustrated
August
1962
Showdown at Sharpsburg - Story of the Battle, Jackson's Capture of Harpers Ferry, The Battles of South Mountain, Why Confederates Invaded Maryland, Lee's Lost Orders, Profiles of Key Commanders, Clara Barton Brought Mercy to Antietam
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Civil War Times Illustrated
November
1962
In This Issue - The Last Duel in the Confederacy, David McMurtric Gregg - A Profile, Lesser-Known Action - Sabine Crossroads, The Guns of the Keokuk, Famous Fighting Unit - Dilger's Battery, The Other Gettysburg Address, Confederate Salt Works in Florida
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Civil War Times Illustrated
December
1962
A Letter From Fredericksburg, W. L. Sheppard: Artist of Action (a special portfolio), On the Road to Atlanta: Johnston vs. Sherman, Frederick Douglass (a personality profile), The 'Swamp Angel', A CWT Illustrated Extra: How Porter's Flotilla Ran the Gantlet Past Vicksburg
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Civil War Times
February
1963
Stuart as a Cavalryman's Calvaryman, Gardner's Photograph of "an Actual Engagement", Berdan's Sharpshooters - Famous Fighting Units, Lincoln as the Uncommon Common Man A CWT Illustrated Extra - The U.S. Supreme Court in the Civil War, The Battle of Eltham's Landing
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Civil War Times Illustrated
May
1963
Surgery in the Civil War, Kate Chase: Petticoat Politician, Gettysburg Prepares for Centennial, The Not-So-Gentle Louisiana Tigers, The Confederate Buried in Maine, A Portfolio of Charles W. Reed Drawings, The Year McClellan Studied War in Europe A CWT Illustrated Extra - A Sergeant's View of the Battle of Piedmont
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Civil War Times Illustrated
June
1963
In This Issue - Morgan's Raid Across The Ohio, Matthew Fontaine Maury, The Pathfinder of the Seas - A Profile, The Battle Of Belmont, Confederate Rocket Battery, Gimmicks Of The Civil War Regular Features - From Our Reader, Weapons & Equipment, A Century Ago This Month, Letters & Diaries, Book Section
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Civil War Times Illustrated
July
1963
Special Gettysburg Edition - The Story of the Three Days at Gettysburg, Prelude to the Battle: The Invasion of Pennsylvania, The Calvary Invasion of the North, Did Union Artillery Make the Difference, The Aftermath of Gettysburg: the story of the Casualties, The Development of the Gettysburg National Military Park, Tables of Organization for Both Armies, The Battle of Brandy Station, Cavalry Actions at Aldie, Middleburg and Upperville, July 3 Calvary Fight near Gettysburg, General Warren at Little Round Top, Portraits of Union and Confederate Commanders, Gettysburg in 1863: A Gallery of Photographs, A Portfolio of Color Maps of the Campaign and Battle
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Civil War Times Illustrated
December
1963
How The Christmas Story Saved a Soldier's Life, Story of the Stonewall Brigade, The Cruise of "Savez" Read, The Art of Alfred Wand, The Last Days of Jackson, How to Fire a Civil War Musket, 'Extra Billy' Smith - A Profile, Quantrill's Lawrence, Kansas Raid
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Civil War Times Illustrated
January
1964
Sherman: Hero or War Criminal?, The Battle of Pilot Knob - Lesser-Known Actions, Some Were Mighty Hard to Kill, The 'Second Emancipation Proclamation'. The 'Burial of Latane' and How it Moved Southern Hearts, Eyewitness to History - McBryde Remmiscence, From Hoover's Gap to Chattanooga - Diaries & Letters
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Civil War Times Illustrated
February
1964
In This Issue - The Battle of Stones River, Rise and Fall of the Ku Klux Klan, Thaddeus Stevens - A Personality Profile, A Guard at Andersonville - EAyewitness to History CWT Illustrated Extra - Tactical Lessons of the War Regular Features - From our Readers, 100 Years Ago, Weapons & Equipment, Book Section
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Civil War Times Illustrated
April
1964
In This Issue - A Story of Southern Officers, The Battle of Gaine's Mill, The Last American Slave Ship, The Huntingdon Bible Company, Maj. Henry Young - A Profile, A CWT Illustrated Extra - The Travis-Stephens Feud
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Civil War Times Illustrated
August
1964
The Fall of Fort Fisher, John Pelham of the Horse Artillery, Sheridan's Medical Service in the Shenandoah, How CW Artillery Was Aimed, Repulsing Pickett's Charge - An Eyewitness Account, The Midnight Ride of Mollie Tynes A CWT Illustrated EXTRA - The Real Story of the Underground Railroad
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Civil War Times Illustrated
November
1964
In This Issue - Stonewall Jackson in the Shenandoah, To Steal a General, A Family in Prison - An Eyewitness Account, Montgomery Meigs - A Personality Profile, Canada and the Civil War - A CWT Extra Regular Features - Letters to the Editor, Editorially Speaking, 100 Years Ago, Book Reviews
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Civil War Times Illustrated
January
1965
In This Issue - Grierson's Raid - 'Most Brilliant of the War', Jerome Clark - The Soldier with Two Sexes, Cleburne's Proposal to Enlist States in Southern Army, Campbell Diary - Final Installation, A CWTI Extra - The Engineers Played a Key Role in Both Armies Regular Features - Editorially Speaking, 100 Years Ago, Weapons & Equipment, Book Reviews
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Civil War Times Illustrated
April
1965
In This Issue - An Appraisal of Robert E. Lee, The Story of the Kilpatrick-Dahlgren Raid, A CWTI Special Report Rare Photographs of Troops in Fredick Identified, What Its Captain Thought of the Monitor Passaic, Search For the Sergeant - Weapons & Equipment An Eyewitness Account A Mississippi Private at 1st Bull Run and Ball's Bluff Regular Features - Letters to the Editor, 100 Years Ago, Book Reviews, Classified
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Civil War Times Illustrated
May
1965
In This Issue - The Battle of Dranesville, As An English Artist Saw the South, A Special Section - Ringside Seat at Fredericksburg A CWTIExtra - The A.P. Hill-Stonewall Jackson Feud Regular Features - Editorially Speaking, 100 Years Ago, Weapons & Equipment, Letters to the Editor
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Civil War Times Illustrated
October
1965
In This Issue - Each Man His Own Engineer - A First Person Account, The Battle at Sayler's Creek, 'Sunset' Cox - A Personality Profile, New Guns, Projectiles Spelled End of Wooden Ships, Hood's Texas Brigade - Famouos Fighting Unit, The Experiences of a Confederate Surgeon Regular Features - Letters to the Editor, Book Reviews, Classified
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Civil War Times Illustrated
November
1965
In This Issue - John S. Mosby - An Appraisal, The Attack on Fort henry, CW Naval Ordance - Weapons & Equipment, Captain Sally Tompkins - A Personality Profile, CS Battle Fatigue and How it was Treated, Cavalry Action in Kentucky - A First-Person Account Regular Features - Book Review, Classified
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Civil War Times Illustrated
January
1966
In This Issue - An Appraisal of Joseph F. Johnson, Stuart's Chambersburg Rair, The Pennsylvania Bucktails, How Bullets Were Made, Night Blindness in CW Soldiers, How Federals Used Blockhouses, How Stuart Recrossed the Potomac Regular Features - Letters to the Editor, Classified, Book Review
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Civil War Times Illustrated
May
1966
In This Issue - The Battle of Malvern Hill, George E. Pickett - A Personality Profile, Pickett's Charge - Story of a Painting, Escape from Richmond - A First Person Account, Military Executions in the Civil War, How Soldiers Rated Carbines, Occupation Duty in Selma
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Civil War Times Illustrated
June
1966
In This Issue - Fort Donelson: 'Disastrous Blow to the South', John Buford - A Personality Profile, The Plan to Capture the "Monitor', Cartoons by a Confederate Prisoner, The Battle of Layfayette, Ga, The Golden Door to Postwar Prosperity Regular Features - Weapons & Equipment, Letters to the Editor
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Civil War Times Illustrated
July
1966
In This Issue - The Battle of Westport, Harry Heth - Lee's Hard-Luck General, Hooker's Little Known Light Division, Fighting Under Ashby in the Shenandoah, Escape From Fort Warren Regular Features - Weapons and Equipment
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Civil War Times Illustrated
August
1966
In This Issue - First Time Under Fire, Did an Anonymous Englishman Save the Union, The Cochorn Mortar, Scurvy in the Civil War - A Medical Report, The Unfortunate Averell, Lost Opportunity at Petersburg - A CWTI Extra Regular Features - Letters to the Editor, Weapons and Equipment, Book Reviews
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Civil War Times Illustrated
October
1966
In This Isasue - The Battle of Mechanicsville, Ironmonger to the Confederacy, A Regiment of Rascals, How Southern Generals Rated Leaders, Defending Pennsylvania Against Lee, The Use of Explosive Bullets
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Civil War Times Illustrated
November
1966
In This Issue - The Battle of Yellow Tavern, Sanitation - 100,000 Needless Deaths, Yankee Supply Bases on the Potomac, Parrott Guns in the Civil War, The McClellan-Lincoln Controversy, McDonald Memoir - Part II
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Civil War Times Illustrated
December
1966
In This Issue - Dickison - The Swamp Fox of Florida, 'Uncle John' Sedgwick - A Personality Profile, Fight at South Anna Bridge, The Battle of Cedar Mountain, The Story of Island No. 10
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Civil War Times
May
1967
Sheridan Wins at Winchester, Andrew Gregg Curtin-a Profile, Anesthesia in the Civil War, Draft Dodgers and Bounty Jumpers, New Find: A Bayonet for Digging, A New Photograph of Mrs. Lincoln, Escape from a P.O.W. Boat-McDonald Memoir III $5.50 1
Civil War Times
June
1967
A Rebel Leaders Flight to Cuba, John C. Breckinridge-A Profile, The Ketchum Hand Grenade, Wounded at Stone's River, The Little Battle of Big Bethel, The Battle of Hoover's Gap, The Telegraph Road, Mary Walker-Surgeon and Freak $5.50 1
Civil War Times
August
1967
The Carondelet and other "Pook Turtles", Professor Lowe-A Personality Profile, A Rebel Bull Session on Guns, Men of God in Uniform $5.50 1

Civil War Times
October
1967
Pea Ridge: "Gettysburg of the West", Gideon Pillow-A Personality Profile, Moment of Truth for a Spy, Porter's Motar Schooners, Pickett's Report on Gettysburg, A French Report on Federal Hospitals $5.50 1

Civil War Times Illustrated
January
1968
Garfield As A General, Disbanding The Confederate Army, A CWTI Extra: Cavalry Lessons of the Civil War, As a Federal Regular Saw Second Bull Run, A Yankee Cavalryman Gets :Gobbled Up", Book Reviews, Letters to the Editor
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Civil War Times
November
1968
Mary Todd Lincoln - a Profile, The Battle of Jonesborough, The U.S. Military Telegraph Service, A Georgia Farm Boy in Wheeler's Calvary, With Farragut at Port Hudson
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Civil War Times Illustrated
November
1969
The Most Inept Regiment of the Civil Waar (The 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry), The Campaign That History Forgot (Mine Run in November 1863), Plywood Battlefields, Mapmaking (A guide to the making and enlarginf of maps for lectures and dioramas)
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