America's Civil War
Vol. 16 No. 1
Ironclad CSS Arkansas
First Black regiment to fight
John Hunt Morgan's first raid
Point Lookout prison Purgatory
THE LEBANON RACES by Stuart W. Sanders Colonel John Hunt Morgan and his troopers fled the confused May 5, 1862, street fighting in Lebanon, Tenn. and raced toward the Cumberland River and safety. It was an inauspicious start for the great raider
THREE DAY TUSSLE AT HATCHER'S RUN by Arthur W. Bergeron, Jr. On February 5-7 1865 near Petersburg VA men fought and died over the control of a few acres of stream laced ground and a critical supply line
POINT LOOKOUT'S PRISON PEN by Bob Allen The prison at Point Lookout turned a place of great natural beauty into a purgatory where Confederate prisoners froze, roasted, endured illness and died in threadbare tents
LIGHTNING AT CHICKAMAUGA by Graham Garrison & Parke Pierson "Our ... seven shooters were too much for them," recalled a "Lightning Brigade" member concerning his unit's role in the Battle Chickamauga
MEN AND MATERIEL - for a time, the ironclad CSS Arkansas was a savior of Vicksburg by James Guild
PERSPECTIVES - Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain might be just another anonymous Union colonel were it not for John J. Pullen's masterful 1957 regimental history of the 20th Maine. by William Marvel
EYEWITNESS TO WAR - "the battlefield presented an awful sight," Wisconsin Captain William S. Mitchell wrote of Stone's River. by Janet Mitchell
COMMANDS - the 1st Kansas Infantry was the first black regiment to fight and suffer losses in the Civil War by Stephen D. Lutz
PRESERVATION - There is hope that many battle sites in the Petersburg, VA region may be preserved by Robert Lee Hodge
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