An estimated 3,000 Jews fought for the Confederacy and celebrated Passover in camp or on the battlefield.
During the Civil War, Macon, Ga., was one of the South’s most active military industrial complexes.
He influenced generals and politicians alike, but his role in freeing the slaves in D.C. remained unheralded for more than a century.
Richmond’s Chimborazo Civil War hospital as well as others in the Confederate capital that cared for injured soldiers will be recognized.
Park Day helps civil War battlefields, parks and buildings get ready to open for the season.
Successful bidders at an auction at Gettysburg’s American Civil War Wax Museum will be taking home life-sized figures.
Gettysburg’s American Civil War Wax Museum is going out of business and its 95 figures will be sold at auction.
The Civil War Trust has made a detailed list of eight sites and events that illuminate that connection during Black History Month.