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NSTCW Vol. 39 No. 6
Item #: NST39-6
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"Oliver Tilden's Sword,” photo by Simon Rycroft, artifact courtesy the Simon Rycroft Collection. Please see the cover story on p. 40.

22 Getting the Lead Out
by Brandon Tucker
She ain't heavy — she's my West Virginia find

30 Three Battles, Six Wounds: The Unlikely Survival of William Jasper Muse
by Steven W. Knott
A Tennessee Rebel defies all odds

40 COVER STORY: Oliver Tilden's Sword
by Simon Rycroft
A 38th New York captain gives the last full measure

51 Stars Fell on Georgia
by Stephen W. Sylvia
A fascinating find surfaces in Acworth

54 50th New York Engineers Hospital Steward
by Daniel J. Binder
A revealing inspection of a ferrotype

56 To the Victor Belong the Foils
by Stanley B. Smullen
The foils and foibles of an Ohio wartime governor's son

62 Digging Griswoldville
by Jeff Wittmann
History unearthed at the gunmaker's company town

68 Recommended Road Trip: Gettysburg in Autumn
by R. Gregory Goodell
A feast for the eyes currently on exhibit

70 Making Change in the Civil War
by Robert Painter
Two bits, four bits, six bits, a dollar

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