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Our new line of American civil war themed t-shirts.
An extensive collection of Abraham Lincoln pictures.
The USS Monitor was one of the first ironclads built for the Union Navy. She fought the CSS Virginia at the momentous Battle of Hampton Roads on March 9, 1862.
The second part of an in depth interview with Teresa Kemp, who runs the Underground Railroad Quilt Code Museum in Atlanta, Georgia.
An in depth interview with Teresa Kemp, who runs the Underground Railroad Quilt Code Museum in Atlanta, Georgia.
The CSS Virginia was the first ironclad built by the Confederate Navy. She fought the USS Monitor at the momentous Battle of Hampton Roads on March 9, 1862.
Editor's note: Dan & Suzanne Chilton have written and published Blue & Gray Cross Current, a Civil War novel based on the true story of their family's
Marie Davis and Margaret Hultz, of Davis Studios, answer questions about their newest project, Civil War Truce, and their future plans.
An interview with the President of the Society of Civil War Surgeons, Peter J. D'Onofrio.
Robert Smalls pulled off one of the greatest escapes in history, he was a true hero of the Civil War.