America's Civil War

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espite ongoing controversy concerning the Confederacy and its leaders, certain Southern generals seemed to have maintained their

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BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL Henry B. Clitz
“General H.B. Clitz, U.S.A., is still missing,” the Army and Navy Journal reported on November 10, 1888. “Nothing having been heard from General Clitz since the letter received from him at Niagara Falls, some of his friends fear that he may have dest
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‘We Are Fighting Here’
April 19, 1861, dawned like any other day in Baltimore. Even at such an early hour, the streets of the nation’s third largest port city bustled. Draymen cracked their whips at weary horses; wagon wheels rattled over cobblestone streets; buyers and wh
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Review Rebuttal
In the January 2021 issue, there is a review by Steve Davis of my book, Too Useful to Sacrifice: Reconsidering George B. McClellan’s Generalship in the Maryland Campaign From South Mountain to Antietam. Unfortunately, it is filled with false assertio