Fall 2019

Vol. 9, No. 3

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Features

“The Real War Will Never Get in the Books”
Top historians debunk five of the Civil War’s most enduring myths.
With Gerald J. Prokopowicz, Gary W. Gallagher, Earl J. Hess, Brooks D. Simpson, and William Marvel

The Man with the Magic Pencil
A look at the Civil War artwork of illustrator F.O.C. Darley

Civil War Cinema in New Deal America
During the early decades of the 20th century, Hollywood filmmakers both shaped and reflected the popular understanding of the Confederacy, slavery, and Abaham Lincoln.
By Nina Silber

Departments

Editorial: A Big Loss

Salvo: Facts, Figures & Items of Interest

Travels: A Visit to Fredericksburg
Voices: The Angel of the Battlefield
Preservation: Transforming the Breakthrough at Petersburg
Faces of War: Teacher, Nurse, and “Strong, Gentle Girl”
Figures: On the March
Cost of War: A Tragic Image Earns Big
In Focus: A Tough Job

Columns:

American Iliad: Rock of Chickamauga, by Mark Grimsley

Stereoscope: History as Imagination, by Megan Kate Nelson
Books & Authors:

          The B&A Q&A
With Kevin M. Levin

  Parting Shot: Jack, the Four-Legged Soldier

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