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NSTCW Vol. 42 No. 2
Item #: NST42-2
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COVER"Rebel Bushwhackers.”   Both feared and fearless, these Confederate irregulars wreaked havoc in Missouri and the surrounding area—but sometimes their depredations were matched by their Yankee counterparts.  Photo, Stephen W. Sylvia.  Please see our cover story on p. 26.
 
FEATURES        
24    Carving Contest Results            And the winner is ...         
26    Cover Story: Chasing Guerillas            by Nancy Dearing Rossbacher        A note behind an image leads to Western Theatre intrigue        
Sidebar: The Cap Box of Elijah Eitel, Guerilla Victim      
40    The Spotswood Hotel            by Sam Polend         An excavated key unlocks the history of a Richmond hotel    
48    Thomas W. Cofer: Southern Gunmaker            by John J. Barone                A shotgun surfaces, prompting a look into a Virginia maker    
58    Witness to Pleasant Hill            by John Russell        An unusual artifact rescued from a Louisiana mansion     
66    Seminar Success            by Stephen W. Sylvia                    Pre- and post-social distancing, the intrepid hunters gather                  

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