Magazines - Back Issues
"Witness to Chancellorsville," photo by Stephen W. Sylvia, E. J. Johnston sword courtesy the Jacky Blatner Yglesias Collection. Please see the cover story on p. 26.
Old Marriages & Creative Swordery 22
by Stanley B. Smullen III
"They have got me. I am gone." Col. William M. Slaughter, 51st Georgia 26
by Paul Blatner
An E.J. Johnston sword survived!
898: Chickamauga Reoccupied 30
by Paul Brill
Two wars and a shared fascination
Barksdale Charge Gun:Cpl. John A. Kelly and the Minute Men of Attala, Mississippi 42
by Steven W. Knott
A Gettysburg battlefield pickup
Rare Charleston Free Badge Surfaces 48
by Dr. E. Cantey Haile, Jr.
There's coincidence, and then there's this
Prisoner of War Pipe 50
by Russ A. Pritchard, Jr., and W.C. Smith III
History carved in wood
John Burns: "The "Hero of Gettysburg" Showcased in the Seyfert Collection 57
by Nancy Dearing Rossbacher
Courage and Cantankerousness
Witness to Longstreet's Assault:The Cartridge Box of John Wells,18th North Carolina 62
by R. Gregory Goodell
Lasting legacy in leather
Vicksburg Find Brings an Ex-Slave Association to Light 68
by Malcolm Allred
Lingering effects of the war
DIY: Bullet Storage Method 72
by Robert H. Gregory
For the do-it-yourselfers
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