Civil War Magazines-1980's

 
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Civil War Times Illustrated
January
1980
The Petersburg Follies (Blundering doomed capture of the Cockade City), The Fighting Philadelphia Brigade (They came "clubbing, shooting and rock pelting"), "Put The Boys In" (Cadets traded classroom for battlefield), The Hidden Instrument: Instruments Of War
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Civil War Times Illustrated
February
1980
The A'Vache Tragedy (The Lincoln plan to relocate Blacks), A Discovery: The New Lincoln, The War Album of Henry Dwight: Part I, The Hidden Image: Tranquil Fortress, Cloyd's Mountain (The battle called an "incredible nightmare"), A Magnificent Charlatan, The Night They Burned The Yard (Gosport Navy Yard falls victim to its commander)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
April
1980
Five Cent Pope ("Success and glory are in advance, disaster and shame lurk in the rear" J. Pope), Running Down Rebels (Revenge sought for Van Dorn's assault at Holly Springs), The War Album of Henry Dwight Part II, The Hidden Image: The Emancipation Oak, Shot From Baltimore (Manufacturing the Minie ball), A New Discovery: lincoln Portrait, Vacation By The Sea (Views of the 3rd New Hampshire at Hilton Head)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
May
1980
Woodstock Races ("Little Phil" makes a shambles of the Shenandoah Valley), The Fifth Wheel (The Chaplain - forgotten man), A Shining Presence (The war adventures of Rebel poet Sidney Lanier), The War Album of Henry Dwight: Part III, The Hidden Image: Yankees in Florida, Day The War Ended (As the trade blockade goes, so goes the war)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
June
1980
Brave New World (Edward Wild: rabid idealist with a temper), A COlonel Re-enlists His Regiment (That is salesmanship), The Iron Rebel Navy (Evolution of CSA Ironclads), The War Album of Henry Dwight: Paart IV, "A Pack of Indians and Cowards" (The siege of Fort Gibson), The Hidden Image: Missouri Boys
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Civil War Times Illustrated
July
1980
Special Issue First Manassas: The Story of the Bull Run Campaign
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Civil War Times Illustrated
August
1980
The Prince And The Confederates (The South's only foreign major general, Camille de Polignac), Polignac's Diary Part 1, Atonement (Justice or George Pickett's war crime), War In The Court (Constitutional controversies), A Stand Along The Border (Santos Benavides and the battle for Laredo), John Burns of Gettysburg (Civilian soldier), The Man Who Played Doctor (The ultimate in malpractice), The Hidden Image: Young Rebel Patriot
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Civil War Times Illustrated
October
1980
Fury at Fort Harrison (General Gregg's gallant stand proved futile), Boy Lieutenant in Blue (A general's son, Eddie Geary, met an untimely end by his father's side), Breakdown in Macon (President Davis publicly acknowledged the Confederacy's weakness), Pilignac's Diary Part II (More observations by the French prince-turned-general), The Hidden Image: A Trophy at Vicksburg
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Civil War Times Illustrated
November
1980
The Hidden Image: Products of Rifle and Cannon, In One Deadly Encounter (The final clash of Blazer's Scouts and Mosby's Rangers), Overthrown (The story of the McCellan-Scott feud), Some One Has Blundered (James Clarke writes of Port Republic), The Grand Review (A proud display of a victorious army), A Little Battle At Griswoldville ("An unfortunate accident" for the Georgia militia)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
December
1980
Ransom At The Crossroads (One man's ruin on the Red River), "Once Right In The Eyes Of God" (Ashbel Smith, Connecticut COnfederate), The Magnificent Aeron (A new war from the air), The Singing Wire Conspiracy (Grant's communications control), A Confederate "Yankee" (Coping with prison at Point Lookout), The Palmyra Massacre (Missouri revenge), Civil War Battlefields (Gulf Islands National Seashore), The Hidden Image: Winchester When
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Civil War Times Illustrated
January
1981
"Cotton, Cotton, Everywhere" (Running the Blockade to Nassau), Facing the Gray Wave (Alexander Webb at Gettysburg), Bravest of the Brave (The Medal of Honor and it's Winners), Civil War Battlefields (Antietam National Battlefield), Chimborazo Hospital (Doing the Best under the Worst), The Leg That Broke Loose (Enduring remembrance of New Market), The Hidden Image: Chattanooga Chill
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Civil War Times Illustrated
February
1981
The Battle Of Baton Rouge (An assault to protect Vicksburg), "How Long Will This Misery Continue" (Memories of Morris Island), Lincoln Comes Back To Gettysburg (A rare portrait emerges), The Alligator (DeVilleroi's secret weapon", A Prussian For Virginia (Major Heros von Borcke), The Prussian Remembers - Part 1 (The von Borcke diary), Civil War Battlefields (Gettysburg National Military Park and Cemetery), The Hidden Image: Zouaves At Warrington
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Civil War Times
April
1981
Uncle Dan & "Dixie", "With More Sorrow Than I Can Tell", Forrest's Great Gamble, Civil War Battlefields (Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park), The Prussian Remembers-Part II $5.00 1

Civil War Times Illustrated
May
1981
Old John (Stonewall Jackson's wagonmaster), Civil War Battlefields (New Market Battlefield Park), Wading To Glory (The misery of Burnside's Mud March), The Short Tenure of General Burnside, By His Own Account (How to win the Medal of Honor), Iowa's Graybeards (The "Golden Age" Regiment), Again In Chains (The grisly fate of Black prisoners)
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Civil War Times
June
1981
The Loss of the West, Texas Leaves the Union, I Will Call a Traitor a Traitor, Major Longstreet goes Home, The Battle of Camp Jackson, Civil War Battlefields (Brice's Cross Roads National Battlefield Site and Tupelo National Battlefield) $5.00 1

Battlefield Guide
July
1981
Chickamauga and Chattanooga - An Illustrated Guide to the Battlefields. Pictures the scene "Now" and "Then". Describes the Action in Capsule Form
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Civil War Times
July
1981
Building a Behemoth (warship), Bound for Hampton Roads, The Most Cowardly Exhibition (The Monitor and the Virginia), Searching for the Monitor, To Raise Her $5.00 0

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Civil War Times
August
1981
Ruffles and Flourishes, Riding Through Alabama-Part I (Rousseau invading), Burden's Machine (Horseshoes for the Union), The Committee on the Conduct of the War, Howell Cobb's Account (A Dialogue with Charles C. Jones), A Sketch of my Early Years (Mrs. Haggard's flight for "the Cause"), Civil War Battlefields (Petersburg National Battlefield) $5.00 0

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Civil War Times
October
1981
Burning Columbia (A Southern City in Flames), Giving Up Raleigh (Conquering a Ghost Town), First to Fall (John Quincy Marr's story), "More Terrible than Victory" (Benjamin Huske's letter from Bethel), Civil War Battlefields (Pea Ridge National Military Park), Riding Through Alabama-Part II (Rosseau's romp through Dixie) $5.00 1

Civil War Times
November
1981
The Battle of Shepherdstown (Reverend Pendleton's "Destructive Chastisement"), "They Surrendered Honorable (Mary Lee gives thanks), The Famous Crutchfield House (Wartime in a Chattanooga hotel), Civil War Battlefields (Stones River National Battlefields), Bierce's Civil War (The dark side of a satirist), The Coup de Grace (by Ambrose Bierce) $5.00 1

Civil War Times
December
1981
Dissent (Unhappy Governor Pickens), The Loyalty of Illinois (Holding "Egypt" for the Union), Copperhead Clement Vallandigham (The Man without a country), The Free State of Winston (Can a county secede from a state?), Henry Foote Skedaddles (For establishing an honorable peace), "The Better I Like You", Civil War Battlefields (Fredericksburg National Military Park) $5.00 1

Civil War Times
January
1982
Pirates: The New Bern Raid (John Wood plots the capture of the Underwriter), Pirates: Her Career of Triumph (The privateer Sumter's grand cruise of the Atlantic), Pirates: The Comedy of the Caleb Cushing (Portland, Maine has a showdown with Confederates), The Sibley Tent (The canvas roof over their heads), A Vital Unit (A Brief History of the Confederate Phillips Legion), Civil War Battlefields (Vicksburg National Military Park)  $5.00 1

Civil War Times
March
1982
Campaigning for Mobile, When Can You Start (The Occupation of James Bulloch), The Hunt for Sergeant Humiston (His children's photograph was the key), A Relic of the Lost Cause (What Happened to the Confederacy's Great Seal), To The Memory of Henry Slocum (General Oliver Howard's eulogy for his friend), Civil War Battlefields (The Richmond Battlefield Park) $5.00 1

Civil War Times Illustrated
October
1982
War On The River War On The River: Charles Ellet's Family Ram Fleet (When Grant's Army had a Navy), War On The River: Desperate Battle At Lake Chicot (Mississippi Marine Brigade action in Arkansas), War On The River: Letters From Charles "Heck" Gulick (A Peoria river pilot's war reports), Richmond's Great Home Front Disaster: Friday the 13th (The city mourns the victims of a factory calamity), Mystery in Mississippi: Reverend Sweatt Has Disappeared (A dissident becomes a missing person)
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Civil War Times
November
1982
Held Captive at Cahaba: The Prisoner's Nightmare, A Yankee Prisoner's Wife: Indomitable Mrs. Ricketts (Secret inmate at Libby Prison), Deceived in Newburgh: To Capture an Arsenal ("Stovepipe" Johnson raids Indiana), Cavalry March by Night: Pursued by Morgan's Raiders, Congressman Becomes General: John A. McClernand, The Mysterious Prisoner: Murder Suspect in Custody (Alleged Lincoln conspirator) $5.00 1

Civil War Times
December
1982
A Focused Issue - Who Pays for War A Different Sort of Trade: Gulf Blockade-Runners, George Trenholm: With the Manners of a Prince, Postage Stamps & Brass: An Answer to the Crunch, Grandaddy of the Greenback: The Union's Jay Cooke, Money, Money, Money: Gallery, Nothing More Than a Whorehouse: The Treasury - 1864
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Civil War Times Illustrated
January
1983
On The Road To The Sea: Sherman's Savannah Campaign, On The Road To The Sea: Yankees Raid Liberty County, On The Road To The Sea: Shannon's Scouts (Texas' forgotten thirty), Comfort fot Man and Horse: McClellan's Saddle, Basil Duke: The Confederates' "Little Walebone" (J.H. Morgan's managing man), Foreign Policy from Fiction: Uncle Tom in England (They read it...and believed it)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
February
1983
Features - Fighting for Little Round Top: The 20th Maine (Save the Union left at Gettysburg.), To Build a Battle, Henry Timrod: Poet Laureate of the Confederacy, Commander Lincoln at Norfolk: A Port Captured (Frustrated the president took over.), The Task Before Them: Yanks Attack Fort Fisher (Union Captain Adrian Terry tells his tale.), The Confederate Coin, Emancipation (Is this a reason to go to war?)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
May
1983
Second Manassas: The Battle And Capmaign Confederates Turn The Tables (New leaders, new plans and new hope), A Fight at Cedar Mountain (A.P. Hill saves the day), A Lost Hat, Lost Orders, Lost Chances (Personal revenge at its sweetest), Groveton Combat ("A painfully interesting sight"), The Battle (An "indescribably savage" encounter), Finished On Familiar Ground (Pope faces humiliation...and retreat)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
June
1983
Fredericksburg: All The Imps of Hell Let Loose (Federals bombard the gateway to Richmond), Opportunity: Clash At Dug Gap (There might have been no Chickamauga), CWTI Exclusive landscape Turned Red: Antietam (Maryland invaded, Sharpsburg embattled), Who Wins The Author's Prize, Letter To A Friend: From The Foot Of Lookout Mountain (An eyewitness reports on Chattanooga)
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Blue & Gray magazine
August/September
1983
Premier Issue
Escape! - Confederate General John Hunt Morgan's escape from the Ohio Penitentiary in 1863, Their Names Live On - A daughter-in-law talks about "Old Pete", The General's Tour Guide - Harpers Ferry - the John Brown Raid, War Games - Another form of Re-Enacting, Homefront - Recipes and Reflections: The trial of Maray Todd Lincoln, Collectibles - Stonewall Jackson's Cipher, Re-enacting - Living textbooks
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Civil War Times
September
1983
Hijack! The Fate of the Philo Parsons (Confederates take to the Great Lakes), "No Rest for the Wicked" Living Vicksburg, From Glory to Contention: The Sad History of "Shanks" Evans (A Promising General succumbs to the bottle), Gettysburg: "The Last Full Measure" (Bruce Catton and Stacy Keach document the battle) $5.00 1

Blue & Gray magazine
October/November
1983
Re-enacting - Magic Moments, History - Patton Anderson, Major general C.S.A., Relic Hunting - Brierfield Ironworks Recovery, The General's Tour Guide - The Battle lof Perryville, War Games - The Basic Civil War Game Library, Homefront - Recipes and Reflections: The Powers Sisters of Gettysburg, Civil War Dress Competition - 1983
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Civil War Times Illustrated
November
1983
Long Distance Victory: McClellan's First Battles (Philippi, Rich MOuntain and Corrick's Ford), Chiefly About War Matters (Nathaniel Hawthorne on George McClellan), The Dahlgren Papers: Fact or Fabrication (Ulric Dahlgren's secret assassination orders), Cantankerous Carolinian: The Man Who Fed The South (Commissary General Lucius B. Northrop)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
December
1983
George Cook: Sheridan's Second Fiddle ("Always within the whisper of greatness..."), Old Times Here: A Richmond Exhibition (Confederate artists and their work), The Novel Experiment: Cottonclads and Steamboatmen (Inside the Confederate river defense fleet), "We Were Enemies" Pennsylvanians And Virginia Guerrillas (The Ringgold Cavalry and the McNeill Rangers)
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Blue & Gray magazine
January
1984
History - The True High-Water Mark of the Confederacy, Collectibles - The Lost Order Book, War Games - Behind the Scenes...The Creation of a War Game, The General's Tour - The Baattle of Fredericksburg December 13, 1862, Homefront - Emma LeConte and the Burning of Columbia, Living History - North & South Side by Side, The North-South Skirmish Association
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Civil War Times Illustrated
January
1984
Victory At Honey Hill: "A Mere Flicker Of Light" (Confederates defend Savannah, Georgia), A Quiet Sabbath: Reflections From Johnson's Island (Major General Isaac Trimble in prison), Alias Franklin Thompson: A Female In The Ranks (The many faces of Sarah Emma Edmonds), Dateline Harrisburg: "A Woman In Regimentals", Alfred Mouton: Hero From The Bayou (Tragedy ends a successful soldier's career), On Recruiting Duty: Civil War Organizations (Outlets for historical pursuits), "What An Awful And Grand Spectacle It Is" (Fear in the heart of North Carolina)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
February
1984
Lincoln: The Man, The Myth (An analytical profile of the 16th president), Lincoln: A Pictorial Tribute (Exhibiting the image in popular prints), CWTI Book Exclusive: The Lincoln Imaage - Art of War (A book excerpt on the popular prints), Lincoln's Birthplace: His Old Kentucky Home (History of the Lincoln Farm Association), Shaking Hands With Lincoln: A Memoir (He spent his childhood in wartime Washington)
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Blue & Gray magazine
March
1984
History - Abraham Lincoln: Total Warrior, Controversy - Our Second Declaration of Independence: An Interpretation of the Emancipation Proclamation, Collectibles - The Lincoln Coffin Photograph, The Generals Tour - The Life of Lincoln, History - Lincoln at the Front: Abraham Lincoln Visits the Battlefields of the Civil War, Homefront - The Other Mary, Living History - Lincoln Lives - At Least on Weekends
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Civil War Times Illustrated
March
1984
Jackson: The Wrath of God (A new look at the Confederate General), Stonewall's Other Grave (The disposal of the amputated arm), A Hero's Death (John Brogan's tale of a pet's devotion), Starr's Revolver ("Mechanically Better" than Colt or Remington), George Washington: Prisoner of War (The fate of a prized statue), Amazing Mary (Army surgeon Dr. Mary Walker), The Sixth Annual CWTI Author's Prize
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Civil War Times Illustrated
April
1984
Taking Up Arms (How men became soldiers), MOtivation (Why they chose to fight), Wildman Wigfall (A Southern disappointment), Take Me Out To The Battlefield (CWTI talks to baseball's Keith Hernandez), The Left-Armed Corps (William O. Bourne and The SOldier's Friend), "An Awful Affair" (Joseph Graham on Gettysburg)
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Blue & Gray magazine
May
1984
Relic Hunting - Salvaging The Guns of Fort Branch, History - They Called Him "Tiger john": The Story of General John McCausland, C.S.A., War Games - A Scenario Design System for Civil War Miniature Wargaming, The General's Tour - Charleston, South Carolina, Their Names Live On - The Lesson of U.S. Grant's Life: "Never give Up" - An interview with the Grants of Lancaster, Homefront - Kate...None Outshone Her, Living History - Reenacting: From the Sublime to the Ridiculous, A Living History Profile - The 1st U.S. Engineer Battalion: Then and Now
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Civil War Times Illustrated
May
1984
The Pain of Pyrrhic Victory (Battle at Jenkins' Ferry, Arkansas), Damnable Dan Sickles (Chronicle of a turbulent career), The Northern Spencer Goes South (A handy weapon poses a problem), Goodbye To The Single-Shot Musket (Inovation: More shots to the load), "We Did Not Take Any Prisoners" (The Suffolk, Virginia murders)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
June
1984
A Piece of Rebel Rascality (A general turns cattle rustler), Seeing The Elephant (The young recuit gains experience), The Hunt for the Lost Boston (Divers excavate history), The Secret Service of Henty Adams (The nameless man in the Trent Affair), The Sixth Annual Author's Prize, More Recuiting Duty, The Man Who Never Knew Defeat (A Rebel reports on the burning of Chambersburg)
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Blue & Gray magazine
July
1984
Preservation - Brunswick, Maine's Unique House on a House, History - "We've Met Once Before...In Mexico, Collectibles - The Army Will Forage Liberally on the Country During The March, Profile - A Blue & Gray Profile: Frank Williams, Homefront - Barbara Fritchie: Patriotic Symbol of the Homefront, Recipes, Controversy - The Orange Blossom Regiment at Chancellorsville, Living History - A Living History Profile - The 43rd North Carolina Infantry: Then and Now, The General's Tour - The Battles at Spotsylvania Court House Virginia May 8-21, 1864
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Blue & Gray
September
1984
History - Forrest's Memphis Raid, Profile - Lt. Colonel William Shy, C.S.A., The General's Tour - The Battle at Franklin, Tennessee, November 30, 1864, Homefront - Belle Boyd: The Star of Southern Spies, Living History - California: The Civil War's Real Western Theater - Living History at San Francisco's Fort Point, Common Soldier - The Lots of War
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Civil War Times Illustrated
September
1984
March To The Music (A look at the top twenty hits of the sixties), "This Looked But Little Like Trying To Catch The Enemy" (A Union lieutenant pursues General Forrest), In The Shadow Of The Valley (The mysterious death of young John Meigs), CWTI Introduces Time Lapse (Previously unpublished war portraits)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
October
1984
That Obnoxious Order (General Grant expels the Jews), An Act Unbecoming (Anti-Semitism in Thomas County), Gore Vidal On Honest Abe (Conversation about Lincoln), A.C. Redwood and the Confederate Image (A Southern artist depicts Johnny Reb), Ambition To Be Wounded (Plight of the Homebound Soldier), The Old Killing Ground (The Second Battle of Kernstown)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
November
1984
That Improbable Praiseworthy Paper (Chattanooga's Daily Rebel), The Price of Silence (Hanging martyr Dodd), In The Spirit of Christian Warfare (The evil of Greek Fire), Peril in West Union (Morgan's raiders coming), Of Men and Mules: Jackassery ( A history of military mules)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
December
1984
In a Bottle Strongly Corked (A Union campaign that failed), A Battle In The Snow (Taunts turn into missiles), The Pride of Generations (New Orleans' old museum), Chivalry and Shovelry (West Coast Social schisms), In Vinculis: A Prisoner of War (A Southerner recals prison hell), The Harney-Price Agreement (Will Missouri sucede?)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
January
1985
Battles In The Bayous (Louisiana's Fort Bisland and Irish Bend), Turn Rakes Into Readers (A chaplain's 'novel' diversion), In Vinculis: A Prisiner of War - Part II (He kept the doomsday book), Monarch of the Skies ("Old Abe", pride of the 8th Wisconsin), The Duke of Richmond (Edward Ripley, self-proclaimed ruler)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
February
1985
A Cavalry Fight Was on (J.E.B. Stuart's attack at Hanover), An Inside Story (Yankee newsmen imprisoned in the South), The Common Sailor, Part I: The Yankee Blue Jackets (At work and play aboard Union warships), A Mother's Plea (They wrote only for their men to come home)
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Blue & Gray magazine
March
1985
The General's Tour - Civil War Sites in Eastern Ohio, Homefront - The Tribe of Dan...and Martha, History - The Bushwacker's War: Insurgency and Counter-Insurgency in West Virginia, Common SOldier - James Theaker Joins the Army, Living History - Kentucky Boys in Blue: The Seventh Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, Profile - Eastern Ohio Quaker in Gray: Bushrod Johnson's Strange Career
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Civil War Times
April
1985
Mutiny in the Army (The Insubordinate 79th New York Highlanders), Revolt in the Corps d'Afrique (They wanted revenge on their Colonel), "We Can Hold Our Ground" (Confederate Calvin Smith's Vicksburg diary), Forrest's Okolona Victory (Rebels stem a Black Prairie invasion), A Witness to History (He saw the surrender of an army) $5.00 2

Blue & Gray Magazine
May
1985
The General's Tour - The Final Road: Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9-12, 1865 (Tour guide of the Appomattox Court House sites), Common SOldier - Our Last Civil War Veterans, and Oh! (Compilation of the last surviving veterans with photographs and brief biographical sketches), Hostory - In The Shadow of Appomattox: The Surrender at Bennett Place (An account of the surrender of Joe Hohnston to William T. Sherman in North Carolina)
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Civil War Times
May
1985
Rear Guard at Williamsburg, Portfolio: On the Road to Williamsburg (The watercolors of French Prince de Joinville), "We Prepare to Recieve the Enemy Where We Stand" (The Journal of Comte de Paris revealed), A Common Thread (The World of Civil War Fashions), A Gettysburg Myth Exploded (The fabled Barlow-Gordon incident) $5.00 1

Civil War Times Illustrated
June
1985
Winning The Author's Prize ($500 for the best work), The Union General Lost in Georgia (Stoneman threatens Macon), A Letter of Account (A Massacre in Tennessee?), His Unhonored Service (Colonel Munford's due), A Short History of the Civil War Sutler (Rough and ready in the retail trade), Two-Sided Adventure (Stanley's Civil War)
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Blue & Gray magazine
September
1985
The General's Tour - Antietam Part I: Along Antietam Creek September 17, 1862, Homefront - 'Ye Know Not What Hour Your Lord Doth Come': Tragedy at the U.S. Allegheny Arsenal
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Civil War Times Illustrated
September
1985
The Unrepentant Rebel (Southern patriot Edmund Ruffin), "The World Never Witnessed Such Fights" (A Texas Colonel's report from the Red River.), The Army Takes To The Air (The balloon story as told by its maker.), First Confederate White House (The Davis Home in Alabama), Abhorrent To Civilization (The controversial explosive bullet.)
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Blue & Gray magazine
November
1985
The General's Tour - Antietam Part II: McClellan at Antietam September 17, 1862, Profile - Chatham Roberdeau Wheat and his Louisiana Tigers, Common Soldiers - "The Biggest Yankee in the World" David Van Buskirk Hoosier Patriot and Yankee Giant, Living History - The 10th Regiment Illinois VOlunteer Infantry: Then & Now
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Civil War Times Illustrated
November
1985
Robert E. Lee: The Life and Career of the Master General - Robert E. Lee (An education and a war in Mexico), "Granny" Lee (Failure in the first year), Reversing The Tide (Success at Richmond in "Seven Days"), His Mode Of Warfare (Bold strokes with Jackson at his side), Frictions Of War (Lee at Chancellorsville analyzed), "It's All My Fault" (Taking the blame at Gettysburg), "I Would Rather Die" (A siege at Petersburg and a bitter end), Marching Out Of Step (In civilian clothes and happy at last), The Lee Children (The heirs to the name)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
December
1985
An Invalid Corps (Casualties continued to serve), "Vivid in My Memory" (B.F. Clarkson remembers Antietam), Anarchy In Missouri (The two faces of the Paw Paw Militia), Bested at Berryville (Mosby raids a Yankee supply train), The Ranger Reverend (Chaplain Bunting of Terry's Texas Rangers)
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Virginia Country's Civil War Quarterly
Volume V
1986
Jubal Early Fires the Opening Salvos; Lee at Gettysburg: The Man, The Myth, The Recriminations; "I Consider Him a Humbug..." - McLaws on longstreet at Gettysburg; Lee and Longstreet at Gettysburg; Maps of the Gettysburg Battles; A.P. Hill at Gettysburg: How Did He Measure Up as Stonewall Jackson's Successor?; In The Shadow of Stonewall Jackson: Richard S. Ewell in the Gettysburg Campaign
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Virginia Country's Civil War Quarterly
Volume VI
1986
The Bravest Act of the War, The Bloodied Guns of Winslow's Battery, James H. Lane: Confederate Valor and Fortitude in War and Peace, Hunter's Coming! A Rebel's Experiences in Hunter's Raid on Lynchburg, Thoroughfare Gap: A Passage of Blood and Regrets, One of the Best of Lee's Young Generals: Stephen Dodson Ramseur at Chancellorsville, Brazil's American Confederates
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Blue & Gray
January
1986
The General's Tour - Andersonville: The Story of an American Tragedy, Controversy - Partisan Comments on Andersonville, Northern Comment by Ohioan Roger Long and Southern Comment by Mississippian James West Thompson, Bookish Notes by Robert K. Krick - Some Rich New Confederate Bio's, Reflections - James Pierpont and His 'One Horse Open Sleigh'
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Civil War Times
January
1986
At the Vortex of Hell (A Regiment of Federals destroyed at Manassas), The Rise and Survival of Private Mesnard-Part I, Art for the Parlors of America (Familiar Civil War Scenes), Hero or Victim (A Homicide Investigation and a bad Discharge), From the Confederate Perspective (Southern Soldier art on the Western Front) $5.00 1

Civil War Times Illustrated
February
1986
The Rise And Survival Of Private Mesnard Part II, Hunting The Spy Harrison (A modern search for a spy's identity), War Crime? Colonel Turchin And The Sack of Athens, Alabama (Led by a Russian officer Mid-western troops ravage a small Southern town), Produced In Magnificent Style (Life upoon the Civil War-era stage)
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Blue & Gray magazine
March
1986
The General's Tour - The Battle of Olustee (or Ocean Pond) February 20, 1864, History - Lt. Thomas P. Bell C.S.A and the Action at Trent's Reach, Reflections - Among the Yanks: A Look at Confederates Buried in National Cemeteries, Comon SOldier - "Had a Pleasant Time": Excerpts from the Diary of a Yankee in Dixie
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Civil War Times Illustrated
March
1986
The Blackest Of All Days (August 1864 - The Union army along Virginia's Weldon Railroad), A Confederate Scientist At War (Memoirs of a Southern scientist at Vicksburg), Nashville (Games of cat and mouse end a Southern ship's war on a river bottom), Enemy Of Rebels And Rum Lovers (Neil Dow of old Maine, the "dry' general), Our Magazine's 1986 Author's prize ballot and candidates)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
April
1986
Plymouth North Carolina: A Good Time To Pray (A needed Confederate victory in 1964), The Complex Confederate (Richard Ewell, a lieutenant general with many loyalties), An Act Of Valor and a Medal of Honor: Thirty Years Later (An officer from California gets his due for an act of heroism in 1865), Maynard (Massachusetts-made carbines become the favorites of Rebels)
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Blue & Gray magazine
May
1986
The General's Tour - Panic On The Ohio! Confederates March on Cincinnati: I - Introduction, II - Panic in Cincinnati, III"Squirrel Hunters" to the Rescue, IV - The Defenses of Cincinnati, Reflections - James Edward Monroe (July 4,1815-June 28, 1949): Another of Professor Jay S. Hoar's Incredible Old Rebs, Common Soldier - The Devotion and Death of DeWitt Jobe: A Sorting of the Facts, History - The Great Gainesville Hanging October 1862: Rebel Colonel Bourland's "Witch Hunt" in North Texas, Living History - Hope Springs Eternal at Natchez: A Color Portfolio
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May
1986
A Gallant Defense (Gettysburg combat), Mr. Smalls (A slave no more), In Port Royal (Photos of an "experiment" in freedom), Treasury Girls (Capital Confederates), As I Saw It (The geneal's lady remembers Richmond falling), U.S. Grant Slept Here (Touring his homes)
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June
1986
Cold Days In Hell: The Battle of Stones River Tennessee: Cold Days In Hell (Campaign plans are laid in Nashville and Murfreesboto), Marching Through Middle Tennessee (An army tramps thirty miles through mud for a battle), Assulting The Left (Two similar strategies and one great surprise), "At The Hatter's" (Holding fast in Hell's Half-Acre), Counsel And a Plan For Disaster (How should the battle continue), Massing The Guns (The power of a few dozen cannon), Who Isw To Blame (Recriminations shake an army)
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Civil War Times
September
1986
1986: The Year in Books, The Golden Anniversary of a Classic (Gone With the Wind at 50), Jeb Stuart's Life: A Feature Review, Raising New Theories: A Feature Review, Reference or a Good Read: A Feature Review, Reviews of Worthwhile Works, Reading on Related Interests, The Ravages of War $5.00 0

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November
1986
The General's Tour - 13 Haunted Places of the Civil War, Fiction - Miranda, History - "Badges of Woe" and "Testaments of Grief": Image publishers respond to the Tragedy of Lincoln's Death, Reflections - Sam Clemens and the Yellow Mule, Back Roads - North Elba: Where John Brown Lies A-moulderin'
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November
1986
On The Edge Of Disaster (Lee and McClellan meet at South Mountain, Maryland), The New Battle Of Manassas (Reenactors come together for a reccord-breaking gathering in Virginia), The Armchair General: You Command (Opening the curious world of Civil War board games), To The Bottom And Back Again (Sent to a muddy grave on the bottom of the Yazoo River, the gunboat Cairo returns)
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December
1986
War Along Southern Lines: A Test Of Rebel Rails (Bound for Chickamauga, the move of Longstreet's corps), War Along Southern Lines: The Great Locomotive March (Stonewall pulls engines to Richmond without rails), War Along Southern Lines: How Do You Wreck a Railroad (A primer for saboteurs), Desperate Struggle (An artist at Cedar Creek), A Fallen Raven (Sam Houston, the traitor?)
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1987
Pictorial Commemorative 125th Anniversary
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Blue & Gray Magazine
January
1987
The General's Tour - Fire On The Mountain: The Battle of South Mountain, September 14, 1862 (McClellan uses stolen copy of Lee's marching orders and fights the Confederates hidden in the gaps of the South Mountain), Reflections - Tennessee Homecoming, History - Censorship and the Northern Reporter, Back Roads - Jo Shelby's Grave
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January
1987
First of Seven (First of the "Seven Day Battles"), A Bird of Evil Omen (Dana dispatches generals), Corinth: On The Old Camp Ground (A soldier remembers a summer in Mississippi), Confederate Waifs (The end of the Hood family), The Scythe Tree (It's wait never ends)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
February
1987
Sieze Mr. Lincoln (The Baltimore Plot: Kidnap Lincoln from his train and...), First Of The Cavaliers (Turner Ashby, first horse-soldier hero of the Confederacy), I Fear...We Most Go Up (A Confederate Texan keeps a record of the Port Hudson Siege), Battling For Carthage In Old Missouri (A German general and a Missouri govenor clash in the country)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
March
1987
"I Have Done Nothing" (An officer faces death in Libby Prison), The Reenactor's Art (Bringing history to life), Ghost of the Chesapeake (Rebel guerrilla of the waters), A Learning Guide (Southern strategy), Old "Cerro Gordo" and the Battle of Blue Springs (A general proves he's a "stayer"
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Civil War Times Illustrated
April
1987
America's Bloodiest Day: The Battle of Antietam The Battle of Antietam (Confederates set foot on Northern soil), Gambling on a Timid General (A general stakes all on his opponent's flaw), Slaughter In The Cornfield (Peaceful farmlands the scene of a nightmare), Chaos and Clouds of Smoke (Raw troops fire at invisible targets), Sumner's Wild Advance (Zeal without strategy proves costly), "The Consuming Blast" at "Bloody Lane" (Hot fighting at the Confederate center), Praying FOr Nightfall (The final struggles for control), "The Battle of the War" (Who could claim victory?)
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May
1987
A Battle Beyond Knoxville (A general named Old Pete and a forgotten victory), Lee Surrenders? (Pictures of what didn't happen at Appomattox), Particular Star (Major Abbot's service), Marines Go In (Who did take New Orleans), The Learning Guide (The slavery issue), Negro-Breaker (Learning to be a slave)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
Summer
1987
The Civil War: Its Heritage (A special introduction), The Scourge Of War Passed Away (What we have learned since), To Keep His Memory Green (Thoughts on Jeff Davis), The World They Made (Photos at war's end), The American Bequest (Sacred battlegrounds), The Technological Inheritance, Southern Men, Southern Women (The more things change), This Imperfect Union, The 1987 Author's Prize Winner, The Learning Guide (Revolutionary conflict)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
September
1987
Case Shot And Canister (Information about Civil War Artillery), The Learning Guide (The Union Government), Conversations With Abraham Lincoln (Writing about four interviews), Wool, Women and War (Georgia factories, working women, a Frenchman, Union troops and a general's threat to "Hang the wretch")
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Civil War Times illustrated
October
1987
25th Anniversary Re3ader Special The Best of Enemies (Pals Grant and Longstreet), Our Reader Special (Good books for 1987), Feature Reviews (A general, a lady and some profiles in courage), A Book Excerpt: War So Terrible, The Learning Guide (The Diplomatic Front), Diplomatic Wrangle (France and Southern ships)
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Civil War Quarterly
Winter
1987
Features - The Confederate Image, Prints of the Lost Cause, Where Was Pickett During Pickett's Charge?, Monumental Controversies at Gettysburg, Joshua L. Chamberlain Commands the Surrender at Appomattox, In Pelham's Shadow: The Commanders of the Horse Artillery of the Army of Northern Virginia After Major John Pelham, Of Apple Trees and Appomattox
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Civil War Times Illustrated
November
1987
Features - John Gibbon: Cool as a Steel Knife (The Fighting Federal from North Carolina.), Blood at the River: The Ox Ford Story (In May 1864 a brigade met its death on the banks of the North Anna.(, Bronze Heroes (The maker of monuments, Augustus Saint-Gaudens.), The Learning Guide (Confederate Government.), Joe Brown vs. The Confederacy (A govenor and general fight for 1,000 rifles?)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
December
1987
Journey To Asylum (A Confederate statesman's adventure on the open sea), Captain Willson And The Shells (Letters that explain why any sane man fears cannon), The Learning Guide (The war at home), Calliope Song (When the Yankee army came to old Savannah, Tennessee), The Man They Loved To Hate (Lincoln's favorite comic)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
January
1988
The Raid That Failed (No horsemen at Chancellorsville), Regimental Honor (Confederate duelists), The Learning Guide (The pain of succession), The War Inside The Church (America's churchs split over slaves and succession), Armor For The Soldier (Troops in iron jackets), I Am An Eyewitness (Evacuation under fire)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
February
1988
The Fight For The Wagons (Cannons blaze on the streets of Decatur), In Memory, Southern Nurse Northern Patient (Forging friendship in war), Fowler the Soldier Fowler the Marine (A man's rise from army private to Marine officer, The Woman "Moses" (Harriet Tubman's Civil War, The Learning Guide (Our Constitution)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
March
1988
Woe To The Heavy Artillery (A battle at Harris Farm), Commemorative Years (Photos of a second Battle of Antietam), Wagonmaster's Letter (Rough roads in Mississippi), Mourning a National Casualty (Discussing how the war strangtled American art and creativity), The Auction Man (The war's best fund-raiser), Our Author's Prize
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Civil War Times Illustrated
April
1988
Stonewall Jackson: Legend Of The South (Stonewall Jackson), Jackson The Strategist (A fight at Manassas and a march in the valley), Jackson Of The Chickahominy (Lost in the fog of war), Jackson The VIctorious (Taking the war to the enemy), Jackson The Fallen Champion (Chancellorsville: Playing out the final scenes)
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America's Civil War
May
1988
Hertland Hammered Furiously ("Dandy" Harry Willson aimed his Union cavalry straight for the heart of Dixie, the vital Southern arsenel at Selma. In his way, however, stood "That Devil Forrest" and his ragtag army.), Desert Passage Contested (Confederate hopes for a frontier empire came down to the holding of a boulder-streewn pass in Apache Canyon, N.M.. One way or another, the Battle of Glorieta Pass would be a western Gettysburg.), Richmond's Fate in the Balance (At Gaines' Mill, just outside Richmond, Robert E. Lee gambled all on his foremost lieutenant. But where was Stonewall Jackson?), Neutral Border Violated (For Confederate Bennett Henderson Young, sleepy, isolated St. Albans, Vy., seemed a fair target for a military raid. The U.S. government thought otherwise.)
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May
1988
Phil Kearny: One Armed Devil (The Unions most experienced combat general), The Most Memorable Day Of Our War (How 6,000 Southerners at Spotsylvania saved Robert E. Lee's army), Under The Influenence (Did drug use change the outcome of battles?), I Escaped From Andersonville (Inside the infamous prison and the struggle to get away), The Youngest Historians (The three winners of the essay contest)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
Summer
1988
Gettysburg: The Special Issue Chapter 1: The Story of the Great Campaign (Confederates decide to take the war to the enemy), Chapter 2: Ten Roads Lead To Gettysburg (Two armies search for a battle in Pennsylvania), Chapter 3: A Carbine Fires, A Battle Begins (Infantry meets cavalry and a Union General dies), Chapter 4: A Full Day of Fighting (The action of July 1, 1863), Chapter 5: Devil's Den And Little Round Top (Some places to die), Chapter 6: Cemetery Hill and The Wheatfield (The end of July 2, 1863), Chapter 7: An Act Of Bravery, An Act Of Faith (Pickett's Charge and the Confederate retreat)
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July
1988
Coastal Raider Confronted (The crowd lining the French seashore was in a holiday mood - it was a perfect Sunday for watching a sea-battle.). The Rebel trenches at Petersburg seemed impregnable - until inventive Union engineers stepped in. The resulting blast was heard for miles.), Sailors Into The Breach (The daunting citidal of Fort Fisher stood guard over the South's last open port at Wilmington, N.C.. A joint Union task force intended to slam it shut.), Unwitting Architect of Defeat (Defeat followed Confederate General Braxton Bragg wherever he went - except for one shining hour at Chickamauga. Even then, he wasn't sure he had triumphed.)
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September
1988
His Lordship (Union spy Pryce Lewis), The Grand Campaign (An excerpt from The Young Napoleon about Union general George B. McClellan), The History of a Failure (A Union general and a bad decision shape the war's future in Georgia)
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Blue & Gray
October
1988
The General's Tour - Gettysburg Cavalry Operations June 27-July 3, 1863, Horsemen in Blue, Horsemen in Gray, 25 miles Behind Confederate Lines: Ulric Dahlgren's Greencastle Forays, The General and the Politician: Custer & Bingham, Driving Tour, Tenting Tonight Boys: Gettysburg 1938 - Last Reunion of the Blue & Gray
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October
1988
Like An Avalanche, Part I (The fighting over Seven Pines), Gunboat SOldier (A gunner on Virginia's rivers), Our Annual Reader Special, The Best of the Year (Three superior books: Battle Cry of Freedom, Come Retribution and If It Takes All Summer), Southern SOldier's Tales (From the Illustrated Confederate Reader), Almost New ("vetern" books you can still find)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
November
1988
At Richmond's Gaates: Part II, The Gettysburg Summer (Photos of a reenactment), The Gettysburg Address (What is Democracy?), Abraham Lincoln's Few Words, They Still Remember (Gettysburg now), Southern Blades (Confederate knives, swords and bayonets)
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December
1988
Battle In The Bluegrass (Confederate General E. Kirby Smith in Kentucky), I Captured the President (In 1863 the Confederates captured a Union Colonel Hayes. Was it future president Rutherford B. Hayes?), Back In The Saddle (William Bates of Tennessee fought waving a crutch rather than a sword), The Big Bender (Discussion as to whether Grant was drunk on duty)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
January
1989
The Last Ditch (The two forts that the Union must capture before getting to Petersburg), Rienzi's Story (A war horse turns the tide ad Cedar Creek, VA in October 1864), My Imprisonment Down In Dixie (A letter from an Englishman who was a prisoner in a Confederate prison), Where Were You JOhnny Shiloh (12 year-old Johnny Clem, a Union sergeant, won fame and publicity with a record he made up)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
February
1989
Where Are The Soldiers Buried (Trying to solve the mystery of the lost Confederates from the Port Huron battlefield), Rebel Drummer Henry Brown (A monument to a free Black man who volunteered for the Confederate army), Redeemed And Restored (Two paintings from a trash heap tell the story about Southern refugee life), Dr. Requa's Gun (The "rifle battery"), The Court-Martial of Private Spencer (A story compiled from army records about a soldier charged with disloyality because he wrote a letter of complaint)
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March
1989
The Confederates Last Stand in West Virginia (The battle on Droop Mountain), An Angel From Wisconsin (Nurse Cordelia Harvey), Jeff Davis' Pet WOlves The story of a Rebel batallion from New Orleans), A Wilderness Memory (Memoirs of a Union member of the 1964 Battle of the Wilderness)
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Blue & Gray Magazine
April
1989
The General's Tour - Atlanta Campaign: Rocky Face to the Dallas Line, The Battles of May 1864 (Sherman and Johnston), The Western & Atlantic Railroad and its Boom Town, Campaign Map, Pat Cleburne's Emancipation Proposal, Tour/Battle Map - Rocky Face Bridge, Action at Dun Gap, Tour/Battle Map - Resaca, Dan Sickles...?, A Portfolio of Never Before Published George Barnard Photographs, Tour/Battle Map - Dallas - New Hope - Pickett's Mill, The Battle of Pickett's Mill, Controversy - Confederate Losses at Gettysburgh Debunking Livermore
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April
1989
Features - "The Most Conspicious Failure", "In The Name of Pennsylvania, Charge!", They Also Serve Who Only March and March, "Boys, Remember Harper's Ferry", The Long Fight Over The Bloody Angle
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Civil War Times Illustrated
April
1989
I Am So Unlike Other Folks (Was Southern General D.H. Hill the villain of Antietam or a worthy Confederate), The Swamp Angel (A "monster" cannon terrorizes Charleston), Mrs. Ames and Mr. Lincoln (The sculptor responsible for two of the best Lincoln likenesses), They Are Invincible (Two black chaplains get a look at Sherman's army), Schemes and Treachery (A former Virginia govenor plots to seize a U.S. armory and arsenal before his state secedes from the Union)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
May
1989
The Definition of Disaster (Ball's Bluff, VIrginia), Stonewall Jackson's Last March (The death and funeral ceremony of Jackson), Rumors of War (Russian navy ships visited the North in 1863, what it really meant), Give My Love To All (The fighting history of the 3d New Jersey)
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Blue & Gray
June
1989
The General's Tour - Atlanta Campaign: Mountains to Pass, A River to Cross. The Battle of Kennesaw Mountain and related actions from June 10 to Jul;y 9, 1864, The Death of Bishop Polk, Campaign Map with Tour Notes, Hooker & Hood - Thorns in the Side?, Tour/Battle Map - Kennesaw Mountain, The Defender of Cheatham Hill, Yankees Come to Roswell, Epilogue - 'Gen'l J. Is Not the Man We Thought Him', In Memoriam - Joseph Timothy Smith (1946-1989), Back Roads - Some Good Ole Rebel Ingenuity: The Guano Oven of New Braunfels, Texas
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Civil War
August
1989
Features - The Fall of "Prince John" Magruder (A paragon before the Seven Days, a pariah afterwards, "He was depressed and I fear drinking".), The Rise of the Union Air Force (Thaddeus Lowe, aloft, becomes "the most shot-at man in the Civil War.), Terror in the Wilderness: The Charge Across Sanders Field (The 140th New York Zouaves begin the War's most savage season, on May 4, 1864.), Please Don't Make Me a General in the Confederate Army (Confederate Generals enjoyed ower, prestige, fame - and a drastically shortened life.), Near Abram's Creek (poetry), O Shenandoah, I Long to See You (Where to go, what to see and what to avoid in observing the 125th anniversary of the War's end in the Valley.)
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Civil War Times Illustrated
Summer
1989
The Atlanta Campaign: A Special Issue The Atlanta Campaign Chapter 1; The Maneuvers Begin (Generals Sherman and Johnston spar with one another in the wilderness of North Georgia), Chapter 2; Up Against The Defenses (Union soldiers test the best forts their general has ever seen while the Southerners wait for a miracle), Chapter 3; Fighting John Hood (President Jefferson Davis replaces an enemy with a young hero), Chapter 4; The Deaths Of Friends And Foes (Corporals and generals are carried from the field when Hood launches the great battle to save Atlanta), Chapter 5; The Prize I Fought For (The endurance contest ends with a sporting gesture) Extras - Gone With The Wind - The Film That Made Me (Fifty years after the release of the film that made us all cheer for Rhett and Scarlett and marvel at the fight for Atlanta, an historian says thank you), The Authors Corps
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Blue & Gray magazine
October
1989
The General's Tour - Beast in a Bottle: The Bermuda Hundred Campaign, May 1964, Controversy - Was Butler 'Bottled Up'?, Reflections - Witness to History, History - Lincoln Finds a Rebel General: The Unusual Tale of Rufus Barringer's Encounter with the Yankee President
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December
1989
Special Issue The General's Tour - Sherman's March To The Sea: Events from September 3 to December 21, 1864 including the occupation of Atlanta, more battles with the unpredictable John Bell Hood, The Burning of Atlanta, "Marching through Georgia", and the Fall of Savannah, Reflections - Gone With The Wind But Not Forgotten, Controversy - Was Sherman Really a Brute?
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Civil War Times Illustrated
December
1989
The Island Haven (A museum on Bermuda that recalls the Civil War years), Gettysburg Refugee (A Gettysburg resident remembers the battle and Southern soldiers looting his home), Little Windows On History (carte de visite, Civil-War era portraits), The Real J.E.B. Stuart (A look at the complete man), I Want You To Prove Yourself Men (The 54th Massachusetts at the Battle of Fort Wagner), The Making of Glory, The War We Never Finished (While the country united there was still some unfinished business)
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