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NSTCW Vol. 39 No. 3
Item #: NST39-3
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Cover: "Gustav Lurman, 1st Maryland Cavalry, CSA.” Photography by Jennifer Weaver, courtesy Gettysburg National Military Park. Cover story on. p. 40.

2 From the Trenches
8 Incoming!
12 Field Recoveries
19 NSTCW on the Road
20 Publisher's Forum

22 Isaiah M. Kelly, 6th New Hampshire: 15¢ Immortality by Daniel J. Binder
A well-spent photographer's fee

26 James Ruby: Indian Fighter & Wisconsin Trooper by Jerry Pitstick
A presentation firearm covers a lot of ground

30 John Milton Gamwell, 49th Massachusetts by John C. Russell
One collector's box of magic

40 Gustav W. Lurman, 1st Maryland Cavalry, CSA by R. Gregory Goodell
Crossing the lines to serve the opposition

48 On Closer Inspection: 5th New Jersey Canteen by Ken Fleming
A formerly dismissed canteen gets its due

54 The Merrill Cartridge Box by Fred Gaede
A scholarly treatise on this rare collectible

62 Finding a Morgan's Raid Battlefield by Sam Waters
500 acres? We're going to need a team

66 DIV XXXII: Culpeper Caches by Ron Cleveland
The ground continues to yield history
Knockin' on Confederate wood

74 Traders' Corner
75 Collector's Calender

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