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Civil War Quarterly - Summer 2014 Issue (Soft Cover)

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Civil War Quarterly - Summer 2014 Issue (Soft Cover)
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Cavalry Duel at Brandy Station
The largest cavalry battle of the Civil War took place at Brandy Station, Virginia, where J.E.B. Stuart’s Confederates and Alfred Pleasonton’s Federals went at each other with swords flashing and pistols blazing. By David A. Norris

Lincoln vs. Frémont
Determined to hold on to the crucial border states of Kentucky and Missouri, Abraham Lincoln clashed publicly with Maj. Gen. John C. Frémont, the famous “Pathfinder,” over Frémont’s hasty emancipation proclamation in Missouri. By Lawrence Weber

Crossroads of Destiny
In the forbidding countryside of Virginia’s Wilderness, Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee stumbled blindly toward their first wartime encounter. Each intended to do what he did best—attack. By Jonas I. Goldstein

The Great Sioux Uprising of 1862
Outraged by corrupt Indian agents and slow-arriving subsidies, Sioux warriors in Minnesota went on a bloody rampage in the summer of 1862, spreading panic throughout a North already at war. By Eric Niderost

East Tennessee Sideshow
Following the Battles of Chickamauga and Chattanooga, Union Maj. Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside squared off against Confederate Lt. Gen. James Longstreet in East Tennesssee over the strategic city of Knoxville. By Arnold Blumberg

4th U.S. Regulars at Gettysburg
The proud Regulars in Company H, 4th U.S. Infantry, made a gallant stand in the blood-soaked Wheatfield on the second day of the Battle of Gettysburg. By Donald McConnell & Gustav Person

Stephen Crane’s Red Badge of Courage
When struggling young writer Stephen Crane flipped open a copy of Century magazine in 1893, the entire course of American literature changed. The Civil War’s greatest novel, The Red Badge of Courage, was born. By Roy Morris Jr.

Death of a Beau Ideal
Brigadier General Robert McCook was the beau ideal of his predominantly German regiment. His murky death at the hands of Southern guerrillas sparked angry reprisals by his comrades. By Stuart W. Sanders

Brawl at Brawner’s Farm
With Union and Confederate forces massing around the key railroad junction of Manassas, Virginia, Stonewall Jackson’s II Corps confronted Brig. Gen. John Gibbon’s Iron Brigade at the tiny hamlet of Groveton. It was a prelude of what was to come. By John Walker

Invasion at Sabine Pass
A clutch of Confederate Irishmen faced thousands of Federals in a battle for Texas. By Mark N. Lardas

Battle of the Hemp Bales
General Sterling Price and 7,000 men in the Missouri State Guard lay siege to the town of Lexington, Missouri, for eight days before storming the Union bastion behind an improvised mobile shelter of hemp bales. By Steve Lilley

Camp Life
Music was an integral part of a soldier’s life during the Civil War. By James A. Davis

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Civil War Quarterly - Summer 2014 Issue (Soft Cover)
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Civil War Quarterly - Summer 2014 Issue (Soft Cover)
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Civil War Quarterly - Summer 2014 Issue (Soft Cover)
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Civil War Quarterly - Summer 2014 Issue (Soft Cover)
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