Contents: Fall 2013 (Vol. 3, No. 3)
Why I Fight
Why reenact the Civil War? One devotee of the hobby explains its multifaceted and enduring appeal.
By Matt Dellinger
An Act of War
Exclusive, behind-the-scenes images from the Blue Gray Alliance 150th Gettysburg Reenactment.
Photographs by Jonathan Kozowyk
The Puritan & The Cavalier
Opposites in appearance and demeanor, Confederate generals Stonewall Jackson and Jeb Stuart nonetheless forged a deep and abiding wartime friendship.
By Jeffry D. Wert
Hell Hath No Fury
Even as their husbands and brothers tured to reconciliation in the decades following the Civil War, northern and southern women were far less willing to let bygones be bygones.
By Catherine E. Janney
Editorial: Past is Present
Salvo: Facts, Figures & Items of Interest
Travels: A Visit to Chickamauga
Primer: The Other Medical Kit
Voices: Soldiers' Pets
Preservation: Simpson and Stewardship
Disunion: Napoleon Perkins Loses His Leg
In Focus: Ironclads in Action
Casualties of War: Henry Lord Page King
Battlefield Echoes: Sherman's Mississippi Raid
Books & Authors:
Voices from the Army of the Potomac
By Gary W. Gallagher
Memoirs: The Ultimate Confederate Primary Sources
By Robert K. Krick
Parting Shot: The Rail-Splitter's Right Hand