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Growing up with GETTYSBURG. Spears, Alan Personal account Mar 22, 2019 1759
The Figures of Experience: A Brief History of Risk and Planning Within the Army Medical Community. Mobbs, Michael H. Essay Jan 1, 2018 5164
FROM INMATES TO INFANTRYMEN: The Michigan Boys' Reform School and the American Civil War. McCormick, David Jan 1, 2018 2777
GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE. Schaub, Diana Essay Sep 22, 2017 2641
Michigan 102nd United States Colored Troops. Interview Sep 1, 2017 900
Navies, natives & Napoleon the war of 1812 in context: in Canada, the War of 1812 is remembered through the iconic exploits of heroes, such as General Sir Isaac Brock and Laura Secord. Unfortunately, most of that reverence is misplaced. Gordon, Bob Mar 1, 2013 1398
Aye ready aye: the Royal Navy in the war of 1812. Hurley, Michael Feb 1, 2013 2161
1812 America's "second revolution": thirty-six years after declaring its independence, the United States again went to war with Great Britain. Hickey, Donald Event overview Mar 19, 2012 1645
A revolutionary revision. Brief article Feb 27, 2012 183
The civil war: 10 things you should know (and probably don't). Ayers, Edward L. Cover story Jan 30, 2012 1534
America's forgotten war: the Mexican-American War (1846-48) may be America's most overlooked conflict, but it helped create the U.S. as we know it today--both geographically and culturally. Depalma, Anthony Sep 19, 2011 2765
The Revolution's reactionary radicals: during the American Revolution, a group calling themselves Radical Patriots tried to use the armed conflict to institute a plan that could nowadays be deemed Marxist. Akers, Becky Essay Mar 21, 2011 2988
The war that made us who we are: today, 150 years after its start, the legacy of the Civil War the bravery and idealism, as well as the conflict and pain--remains very much alive. Allen, Frederick Report Mar 1, 2011 2013
The battlefield and beyond. Rable, George Sep 1, 2007 3229
Jigsaw puzzles, mosaics, and civil war battle narratives. Noe, Kenneth W. Sep 1, 2007 3209
Race, repatriation, and galvanized rebels: union prisoners and the exchange question in Deep South prison camps. Robins, Glenn M. Jun 1, 2007 10071
"A very disagreeable business": confederate conscription in Louisiana. Sacher, John M. Jun 1, 2007 12989
The intersection between military justice and equal rights: mutinies, courts-martial, and black Civil War soldiers. Samito, Christian G. Jun 1, 2007 14862
From Revolution to Republic. Apr 1, 2007 494
The blue and the gray: as the Civil War raged south of the border, hundreds of Canadians got involved--on both sides of the conflict. Twatio, Bill Apr 1, 2007 3105
A family divided by the American Revolution: Sergeant Gabriel Purdy UE of the Guides and Pioneers and Colonel James DeLancey's Regiment. McBride, Grietje R.; McBride, Robert C. Mar 22, 2007 5387
Upper Canada Land Petition of Isaac Vail UE: one of thirty-two Loyalists who migrated from New Brunswick to Upper Canada. Fisher, Jerry Mar 22, 2007 2197
Come home to your loyalist roots. Muise, Ellen Mar 22, 2007 374
Two degrees of rebellion: amnesty and Texans after the Civil War. Clampitt, Brad R. Sep 1, 2006 11220
Remembering Richard Somers: naval martyrdom in the Tripolitan War. Cray, Robert E., Jr. Jun 22, 2006 7587
Yankees with "staves and musick": the first American Revolution. Raphael, Ray Jun 22, 2006 2425
The middling sort in the American Revolution. Wood, Gordon S. Jun 22, 2006 2296
An "excess of democracy"--or a shortage? The crisis that led to the constitution. Holton, Woody Jun 22, 2006 2235
Plan for the expedition to Hudson Bay: a newly discovered manuscript by Jean-Francois Galaup, Comte de Laperouse. Combet, Denis Jun 1, 2006 3527
John Brown, James Redpath, and the idea of revolution. Frank, Albert J. Von Jun 1, 2006 8800
Killing the serpent speedily: Governor Morton, General Hascall, and the suppression of the democratic press in Indiana, 1863. Towne, Stephen E. Mar 1, 2006 11548
Death barges of Wallabout Bay: during the War for Independence, the British kept many captured American soldiers and privateers in horrid conditions onboard overcrowded prison ships. Telzrow, Michael E. Jan 23, 2006 2450
Camping back in time: commemorating the French and Indian War. Vandrei, Charles Cover Story Aug 1, 2005 1478
Lafayette's odyssey: the Marquis de Lafayette's dogged determination to fight for the cause of liberty enabled him to surmount many difficulties in leaving France and coming to America. Gilmore, Jodie May 16, 2005 2427
Silly hats. May 1, 2005 84
Honoring the "Big Red One". Del Marcus, Jonathan May 1, 2005 967
War of 1812 ... the battle of Lundy's lane: on the night of July 25, 1814, the British fought American forces to a bloody stalemate. Twatio, Bill May 1, 2005 1864
Lessons from a successful counterinsurgency: the Philippines, 1899-1902. Deady, Timothy K. Mar 22, 2005 6552
"A struggle which has ended so beneficently": a century of Jewish historical writing about the American Civil War. Mendelsohn, Adam Dec 1, 2004 8367
A different view of Gettysburg: play, memory, and race at the Civil War's greatest shrine. Weeks, James P. Jun 1, 2004 6947
McKinley and the Spanish-American war. Offner, John L. Mar 1, 2004 6453
Conferences. Calendar Dec 1, 2003 347
The Top 10 for the 20th Century: National Affairs. BRESLER, ROBERT J. Brief Article Nov 1, 1999 1045
Honestly, Abe! Brief Article Jun 8, 1999 182

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