Amid the flood of well-received non-fiction books on the Civil War in 2014 were a few real gems that got overlooked.
The decade-long, $20,000 project to preserve the jacket is about finished.
One hundred and fifty years after the Third Battle of Winchester, the emerald ash borer has infested the stands of ash trees on the battlefield.
The staff at Gettysburg National Military Park wants visitors to treat "these ‘Silent Sentinels’ gently."
Her Lincoln is not the stiff face seen daily on the dollar bill. Her Lincoln lives.
Civil War expert Gary Gallagher says that the very ordinariness of Omenhausser’s military experience is what makes the book important.
Union infantry Col. Edward M. Mobley recruited a company and served throughout the war, suffering two wounds.
National Park Service historian emeritus Ed Baerss is scheduled to receive a special honor.
A new exhibit, “Paths of Destruction: Sherman’s Final Campaign,” opened Friday at the South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum.
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