- Pickett's Charge. Grove, Kim M. // Civil War Times;Oct2012, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p12
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "One Mile of Open Ground," by Allen Barra in the August 2012 issue, in which the author contends that the Battle of South Mountain was the first instance wherein the U.S. Army fought in a Northern state during the American Civil War.
- CROSSFIRE. Larsen, Clark; Nicholson, J.; Sobottke, Thomas; Candenquist, Arthur // North & South: The Official Magazine of the Civil War Society;Jan2011, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p5
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues, including an article about states' rights and slavery, the article "The Last Battle of the Civil War," by Charles A. Misulia, and a response by author Thomas Sobottke to reader responses to an article he...
- "An Outstanding Document of Unusual Quality" Finley's letter and map change our view of history. Krick, Robert E. L. // Civil War Times;Dec2013, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p40
The article discusses the historical significance and value of a letter written by U.S. Civil War soldier George Finley concerning the Battle of Malvern Hill in 1863, in addition to a map of the battlefield he drew. The article recommends that visitors to the battlefield have Finley's letter...
- Live from Vicksburg. McCollum, Sean // Junior Scholastic;11/18/94, Vol. 97 Issue 7, p16
Features a chronological account of the battle of Vicksburg, Mississippi from May 18-July 3, 1863. Strategic importance of Vicksburg; Role of General Ulysses S. Grant; Siege of the city.
- Charge bayonets. Pohanka, Brian C. // Civil War Times Illustrated;May/Jun94, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p30
Recounts the battles fought by the 5th New York Volunteer Infantry during the American Civil War. Occupation of Yorktown, Virginia under Major General George B. McClellan; Bravery displayed by Lieutenant Colonel Hiram Duryea in the Battle of Gaines' Mill.
- Sherman returns to Atlanta. // Southern Living;Nov95, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p62
Features tour guide services in Atlanta. Civil War Tour guide service's visiting of sites of the Atlanta Campaign, fought in 1864 between Confederates and the Federal army of General William T. Sherman; Battle sites visited by the Fighting for Atlanta group.
- Learning leadership from ghosts of Gettysburg. Champy, Jim // San Diego Business Journal;8/12/96, Vol. 17 Issue 33, p14
Focuses on the management lessons learned by the author upon his visit to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, site of a major battle during the civil war. Personal values of civil war soldiers; Importance of people on the front line; Mission of the troops.
- It's Franklin's time to shine. Tim; Rowland, Beth // America's Civil War;Jul2014, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p20
The article reports that the battlefield and installing markers in Franklin, Tennessee is being cleaned and a nearby pizza restaurant is being demolished in preparation for the November 2014 commemoration.
- McClellan's plantation. Seideman, Tony // Civil War Times Illustrated;Jan/Feb94, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p20
Describes the Berkeley Plantation or Harrison's Landing near the James River in Virginia. Restoring the precise brick splendor of the house's colonial days; Union major General George Brinton McClellan's use of the plantation during the Civil War of 1861-1864; Details of McClellan's strategies....