Magazines - Back Issues
"Cornpone & Molasses," photography by Stephen W. Sylvia; artifacts courtesy J.S. Mosby Antiques & Artifacts and Joe Mihok.
Featured artifacts in this issue: swords
Dog River Revealed
by Nancy Dearing Rossbacher
Myth busting the sword nomenclature
Spring 2014 DIVs: Let it Snow
by Ronald G. Cleveland
Neither rain nor snow nor gloom of night
All That Is Gray Is Not Confederate
by Daniel J. Binder
Looks can be deceiving
Cornpone & Molasses
by Stephen W. Sylvia
Swords as Southern as spoonbread
Dingee's Pattern 1834 Officers' Belt Plates
by Fred Gaede
A close look at these rare pieces
Triple Reunion: The Presentation Swords
of Hannibal D. Norton
by Michael R. Cunningham, Ph.D.
Taking a scientific approach
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