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NSTCW Vol. 42 No. 3
Item #: NST42-3
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COVER "32nd Massachusetts at Gettysburg.” Michael R. Cunningham, Ph.D., presents the rich history behind what may be the most detailed sword inscription we've ever seen. Please see our cover story on p. 40.
FEATURES
26 Confederate Detective Badges by Ran Hundley A little-known department of the Confederacy surfaces
34 Cousins Unite for a Cause by Marcia Hicklin Kinfolk meet with a common goal for an artillery shell
40 Cover Story: Adj. Isaac F. Kingsbury & the 32nd Massachusetts at Gettysburg by Michael R. Cunningham, Ph.D, A few issues ago, the author presented a phony sword from the regiment; for contrast, here's a genuine example
50 DIV 49: Good Fortune & Friendship by Guy Spring The artifacts are important, yes, but so are the people
56 The Ties Have It by Daniel J. Binder A marvelous gathering of bows and neckpieces
68 A Bible Moves Through the Military by Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Ken Bowra Out of the Wilderness emerged a Good Book to comfort more than one man in uniform
 

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