Contents: Winter 2015 (Vol. 5, No. 4)
The Art of War
An exploration of the work of Alfred R. Waud, one of the Civil War's most prolific—and fearless—sketch artists.
Duty & the Draft
As the North turned from enlistment to conscription, a public discussion emerged about the obligations of citizens—to both their country and their families.
By J. Matthew Gallman
The 1880 presidential election pitted former Union generals against each other in a contest in which Civil War issues—and the candidates' military records—resurfaced to take center stage.
By Kanisorn Wongsrichanalai
Editorial: The Art of War
Salvo: Facts, Figures & Items of Interest
Travels: A Visit to Knoxville
Voices: Winter Woes
Faces of War: Love Found and Lost
Preservation: The Case for a New State Battlefield Park
Figures: The Intrepid Professor Lowe
Cost of War: Cyrennus Stickle Diaries
In Focus: Checking the Headlines
American Iliad: Lincoln and Little Mac, by Mark Grimsley
Living History: The Modern Meade, by Jenny Johnston
Books & Authors:
The Best Civil War Books of 2015
With Elizabeth R. Varon, Brian Matthew Jordan, Ethan Rafuse, Andrew Wagenhoffer,
and Kevin M. Levin
Parting Shot: A Lost Memento