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NSTCW Vol. 40 No. 6
Item #: NST40-6
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COVER

"The Sword of Cadmus Wilcox, CSA.” Courtesy the Jack W. Hatcher Collection; photo by Stephen W. Sylvia. Please see the cover story on p. 38.
FEATURES

26
The Civil War Medal of Honor: One Soldier's Story
by Penn Templeman
While the MOH is not a collectible, every collector can appreciate its historical value
32
Return to Morgan's Raid
by Sam Waters
The hunt continues—and a soldier is found at last

38
COVER STORY: Sword of Cadmus Wilcox, CSA
by Jack W. Hatcher
No general is ever "average,” but Cadmus was so very far from it

48
US Navy Condiment Bottles
by Chris Carroll
Every ship needed a little spice, and these are the survivors

56
Metal Detecting Seminar: Successful Beginnings
by Stephen W. Sylvia
A new venture takes shape in central Virginia

64
Mysterious Shell Identified at Last
by Stephen W. Sylvia with Peter C. George
The value of time and additional research

68
Carolina Rings
by Michael Ward
We had never seen one of these


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