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"The Ugliest Gun": A ferocious cut-down capture piece rests on a
McClellan saddle made by Allegheny Arsenal.
Artifacts courtesy J.S. Mosby Antiques & Artifacts; photography by
Stephen W. Sylvia. See our cover story on p. 72.
by Stephen W. Sylvia
The finds and camaraderie continue
Friendly Fire in the 25th Massachusetts
by Roderick Gainer
History emerges from an old desk
by Daniel J. Binder
Dad buys a birthday present -- sort of
Artillerists' Corner: Correcting the Record
by Peter C. George
Hint: It's not a fuze
The Civil War Chasseur Cap
by Dr. Michael R. Cunningham
The most in-depth study to date
Georgia on My Mind
by Doug Stokes
This accoutrement plate find was kismet
COVER STORY: The Ugliest Gun
by Nancy Dearing Rossbacher
So hideous it's beautiful
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