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Distinguished Lecture Series Each CD $9.00 plus $3.00 for shipping and handling Purchase 3, receive 1 free plus $3.00 shipping & handling, 5 or more shipping is free. Make checks payable to “CWRT” and send to Hal Ardell, 6781 N. Keota Ave., Chicago, IL 60646

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Date 2/12/2015 1/8/2015

Speaker

Last Name

2nd last name

Subject

Don Doyle

Doyle

The Cause of All Nations: An International History of the American Civil War

David Moore

Moore

General William S. Rosecrans

12/11/2015

Dave Keller

Keller

Camp Douglas

11/13/2015

Philip Leigh

Leigh

Trading with the Enemy

10/9/2015

Dennis Frye

Frye

John Brown: The Spark That Ignited the War

9/11/2015

Dale Phillips

Phillips

The Capture of New Orleans

6/12/2015

Garry Adelman

Adelman

4D Civil War Photography Extravaganza

Eric Leonard

Leonard

Cartel, Code, and Consequences at Andersonville

4/10/2015

Michael Burlingame

Burlingame

The Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln

3/13/2015

Tom Huntington

Huntington

My Search for George Gordon Meade

2/13/2015

Leslie Goddard

Goddard

"Gone With the Wind" and the Construction of Civil War Memory

John Horn

Horn

George Bernard and the 12th Virginia Infantry

12/12/2014

James Ogden

Ogden

The Engagement at Reed's Bridge

11/14/2014

Steve Towne

Towne

Detecting Deserters and Disloyalty: U.S. Army Intelligence Operations in the Midwest during the Civil War

10/10/2014

Mark Bradley

Bradley

Wehen East Meets West: Joe Hooker, O.O. Howard and the Atlanta Campaign

9/12/2014

Frank Varney

Varney

General Grant and the Rewriting of History

8/15/2014

Lance Herdegen

Herdegen

Gettysburg: A fight for the Colors

6/13/2014

Kenneth Noe

Noe

The War in Appalachia

5/9/2014

David Bastian

Bastian

Grant's Canal

4/11/2014

Scott Bowden

Bowden

Last Chance for Victory

3/14/2014

Aaron Barnhart, Diane

Barnhardt

5/8/2015

1/9/2015

Eickhoff

Price's 1864 Missouri Raid

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Eickhoff 2/14/2014

Harold Knudsen

Knudsen

General James Longstreet

1/10/2014

Robert I. Girardi

Girardi

The Murder of General William "Bull" Nelson

12/13/2013

Kevin Weddle

Weddle

Lincoln's Tragic Admiral

10/11/2013

William Cooper

Cooper

We Have the WartUpon Us

9/13/2013

Mike Priest

Priest

South Mountain

543

6/14/2013

Tim Smith

Smith

Cornith 1862: Siege, Battle, Occupation

542

5/10/2013

Ethan Rafuse

Rafuse

Lee and Gettysburg

541

4/12/2013

John Fitzpatrick

Fitzpatrick

"There is No Fail Here" President Lincoln at Gettysburg

540

3/8/2013

Leslie Goddard

Goddard

Mary Chestnut

539

2/8/2013

Mary Abroe

Abroe

Grosvenor of Ohio: Saving Chickamauga - From Horseshoe Ridge to Congress and Back

538

1/11/2013

David Powell

Powell

Confederate Cavalry in the Chickamauga Campaign

537

12/14/2012

Dale Phillips

Phillips

The Red River Campaign

536

11/9/2012

Tom Clemens

Clemens

Antietam as You've Never Heard It

535

10/12/2012

Edward Bonekemper

Bonekemper

Lincoln and Grant: The Westerners Who Won the War

534

9/14/2012

Tom Schwartz

Schwartz

A Peoples Contest: Lincoln, Soldiers and the Dilemmas of Democracy

533

6/8/2012

Dennis Frye

Frye

Antietam

534

5/8/2012

Bruce Holden Reid

Reid

The Strategy of the Civil War

532

4/13/2012

Marshall Kroelick

Kroelick

Riding for the Union: 8th Illinois Calvary troopers

531

3/9/2012

A. Wilson Greene

Greene

Nevins - Freeman Address

530

2/10/2012

Harry Bulkeley

Bulkeley

U.S. Grant " I Propose to Fight it Out"

529

1/13/2012

Parker Hills

Hills

Chickamauga

528

12/9/2011

James Robertson

Robertson

The Untold Civil War

527

11/11/2011

Gail Stephens

Stephens

Early's 1864 Invasion of Maryland

526

10/14/2011

Nora Titone

Titone

"My Thoughts be Bloody" The Bitter Rivalry Between Edwin and John Wilkes Booth

525

9/9/2011

Bruce Allardice

Allardice

Baseball and the Civil War

524

6/10/2011

Peter Carmichael

Carmichael

Robert E. Lee and the Strategy of Annihilation

523

5/13/2011

Thomas Schott

Schott

Alexander Stephens and Jefferson Davis: A Marriage Made in hell

522

4/8/2011

Richard McMurry

McMurry

A Georgian Looks at Sherman

521

3/11/2011

Susan Boardman

Boardman

Gettysburg Cyclorama

520

2/11/2011

Dan Sutherland

Sutherland

Guerilla Warfare in the Civil War

519

1/14/2011

Larry Hewitt

Hewitt

Slandered Heros: Deserters that Didn't"

518

12/10/2010

Samuel C. Hyde

Hyde

A Wisconsin Yankee in the Confederate Bayou Country

517

11/12/2010

Robert Girardi

Girardi

Civil War Corps Command: A Study In Leadership

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516

10/8/2010

Earl Hess

Hess

Soldier Life in the Trenches at Petersburg

515

9/10/2010

Wayne Mahood

Mahood

Union General James S. Wadsworth

514

6/11/2010

John V. Quarstein

Quarstein

Battle of the Ironclads

513

5/14/2010

William W. Freehling

Freehling

The Strange, Difficult Triumph of the Southern Secession

512

4/9/2010

David O. Stewart

Stewart

The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson

511

3/12/2010

Eric Jacobson

Jacobson

The Battles of Spring Hill and Franklin

510

2/12/2010

Paul Finkelman

Finkelman

Lincoln and Emancipation

509

1/8/2010

Robert Girardi

Girardi

Railroad Defense in the Atlanta Campaign

508

12/11/2009

Brooks Davis

Davis

Lincoln and Davis as War Leaders

507

11/13/2009

Patrick A. Schroeder

Schroeder

Myths about Lee’s Surrender

506

10/9/2009

Craig L. Symonds

Symonds

The Blockade: A Reassessment

505

9/11/2009

Tom Chaffin

Chaffin

H. L. Hunley

504

6/12/2009

Thomas Cartwright

Cartwright

Cleburne & Sherman at Missionary Ridge

503

5/8/2009

James Ogden

Ogden

Chickamauga – Rescue at Horseshoe Ridge

501

4/25/2009

A. Wilson Greene

Greene

Is Interest in Civil War Study Declining?

502

4/25/2009

Phil Seyfirt

Seyfirt

The Murder of Union Maj. General William ‘Bull’ Nelson

500

4/17/2009

Stephen R. Wise

Wise

Gate of Hell: The 1863 Campaign for Battery Wagner & Charleston

499

3/13/2009

John Latschar

Latschar

Reinterpreting Gettysburg

498

2/13/2009

Bruce Allardice

Allardice

Lincoln as War Leader

497

12/12/2008

Craig L. Symonds

Symonds

Lincoln and his Admiral

496

11/14/2008

Richard Hatcher

Hatcher

Fort Sumter – 1829 to 1947

495

10/17/2008

Gloria Swift

Swift

Ford’s Theatre’s Secrets Revealed!

494

9/12/2008

Peter Cozzens

Cozzens

The 1862 Shenandoah Valley Campaign Reconsidered

493

6/13/2008

Bill Farina

Farina

U. S. Grant

492

5/9/2008

Vernon Burton

Burton

The Age of Lincoln

491

4/11/2008

Jennifer L. Weber

Weber

Copperheads: The Rise and Fall of Lincoln’s Opponents in the North

490

3/14/2008

Brian Wills

Wills

The Civil War in Cinema

David E. Long

Long

Lincoln, Davis, and the Dahlgren Raid

Edward T. Cotham, Jr.

Cotham, Jr.

The Southern Journey of a Civil War Marine

Gordon Rhea

Rhea

Charles Whilden and the Wilderness

John Y. Simon

Simon

Could the South Have Won the Civil War?

489

2/8/2008

488

1/11/2008

487

12/14/2007

486

11/9/2007

485

10/12/2007

A. Wilson Greene

Greene

Civil War Petersburg: Confederate City in the Crucible of War

484

9/14/2007

Horace Mewborn

Mewborn

Stuart’s Ride Around McClellan in June 1862

483

6/8/2007

John Coski

Coski

The Confederate Battle Flag: America’s Most Embattled Emblem

482

5/11/2007

Crickett Bauer

Pohanka

Battlefield Preservation

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Pohanka 481

5/5/2007

Michael Kauffman

Kauffman

The Lincoln Conspiracy Trial

480

5/4/2007

Dale Floyd

Floyd

Conducting Research at the National Archives

479

5/3/2007

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

The Marine Corps in the Civil War

478

4/13/2007

R. E. Lee Krick

Krick

A True Story of Brother Against Brother: The Terrill Generals of Virginia

477

3/9/2007

Peter Cozzens

Cozzens

476

2/9/2007

Dan Paterson, Jr.

Paterson

A Lesson in Patriotism Ambrose Bierce’s Civil War A Longstreet Pictorial History

475

1/12/2007

Kurt Carlson

Carlson

Backing the Boys: Chicago Business and Industry in the Civil War

474

12/8/2006

David Bridges

Bridges

Fighting with J.E.B. Stuart: Major James Breathed and the Confederate Horse Artillery

473

11/10/2006

Robert O’Neal

O’Neill

Philip St. George Cooke, John Buford, Wesley Merritt, Alfred Pleaston and George Armstrong Custer

472

10/13/2006

Gordon E. Dammann

Dammann

A Museum, A Battlefield and A Hero

471

9/8/2006

Michael Kauffman

Kauffman

American Brutus: John Wilkes Booth and the Lincoln Conspiracies

470

6/9/2006

George Rable

Rable

Fredericksburg in the Larger Civil War Universe

469

5/12/2006

Mark A. Noll

Noll

How the Bible Helped Start the Civil War

468

3/10/2006

Gail Stephens

Stephens

Lew Wallace: Controversial Civil War Soldier

467

2/10/2006

James McPherson

McPherson

Abe Lincoln’s as Commander- in-Chief

466

1/13/2006

Multiple Speakers

Speakers

465

12/9/2005

Steven Fratt

Fratt

The Most Significant ‘What-Ifs’ of Civil War History Civil War Tactics and Technology

464

11/11/2005

Edward Bonekemper

Bonekemper

A Victor Not a Butcher – U.S. Grant’s Overlooked Military Genius

463

10/14/2005

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

The Most Forgotten, Misunderstood & Least Appreciated Civil War Battles and Soldiers

462

9/9/2005

Richard McMurry

McMurry

Forty-years to a New Framework for the Civil War

461

5/13/2005

Daniel Nettesheim

Nettesheim

Winfield Scott Hancock: Leadership and the Subordinate General

460

4/29/2005

Terrence Winschel

Winschel

Union Victory at Vicksburg: Crucial to the Outcome of the War

459

4/28/2005

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Grierson’s Raid

458

4/8/2005

Kent Gramm

Gramm

A More Perfect Tribute: Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address

457

3/11/2005

Bruce Allardice

Allardice

The Vote to Win the War: The Election of 1864

456

2/11/2005

Robert J. Miller

Miller

Both Prayed to the Same God – Religion, Faith and the Civil War

455

1/14/2005

Terrence Winschel

Winschel

Stephen D. Lee and the Making of an American Shrine

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454

12/10/2004

David Zarefsky

Zarefsky

Lincoln, Douglas and Slavery: The Crucible of Public Debate

453

11/12/2004

Dorothy Kelly

Kelly

A Want of Confidence: The Failure of Longstreet’s East Tennessee Campaign

452

9/10/2004

Parker Hills

Hills

451

6/11/2004

Mark L. Bradley

Bradley

The Forgotten Vicksburg: The Louisiana Campaign The Command Partnership of Robert E. Lee and Joseph Johnston in 1865

450

5/14/2004

Bruce Tap

Tap

The Committee on the Conduct of the War: It’s Origins, Assumptions & Significance

449

4/16/2004

James Ogden

Ogden

’Inflicting All the Damage You Can’ Sherman Targets the War Resources

448

3/12/2004

Thomas Schwartz

Schwartz

Crazy Folks…Why I Must Only Take My Chances: Abraham Lincoln & Death Threats

448

2/11/2004

Lawrence Hewitt

Hewitt

The Confederacy’s Best Chance for Victory: Robert E. Lee and the Battle of Annihilation

447

1/9/2004

Arnold W. Schofield

Schofield

Forgotten Warriors: American Indians in the Civil War as Allies & Adversaries

446

12/12/2003

Hans L. Trefousse

Trefousse

Booth Shot Better Than He Knew

445

11/14/2003

Eric J. Wittenberg

Wittenberg

Little Phil: A Critical Assessment of the Civil War Generalship of Philip H. Sheridan

444

10/10/2003

Jerry L. Russell

Russell

Battlefield Preservation – From the Beginning

443

9/12/2003

Noah Andre Trudeau

Trudeau

The Appomattox Campaign: Lee’s Greatest Victory

442

6/14/2003

John M. Priest

Priest

The Cavalry at Antietam

441

5/9/2003

William C. Davis

Davis

A New Look at the Confederacy: A State More Centralized Than the Union

440

5/2/2003

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Lee’s Command Structure

439

5/1/2003

D. Scott Hartwig

Hartwig

A Study in Command at Gettysburg

438

4/11/2003

Kenneth Noe

Noe

Perryville: This Grand Havoc of Battle

437

3/13/2003

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

A Comparison of Civil War and WWII Medical Treatment

436

2/14/2003

Gerald J. Prokopowicz

Prokopowicz

All for the Regiment: The Quest for Decisive Battle in the Civil War

435

1/10/2003

Thomas G. Clemens

Clemens

434

12/13/2002

David C. Hinze

Hinze

Lee’s Intentions in the Maryland Campaign of 1862 For Glory & Southern Retribution: Jo Shelby’s Daring 1863 Raid

433

11/8/2002

John W. Schildt

Schildt

The Stonewall Brigade: 1742 – 2002

432

10/11/2002

Harold Holzer

Holzer

Politics, Dissent and Terrorism: Lincoln and Civil War New York

431

9/13/2002

Jennifer Cain

Cain

Eternal Soldiers: The Role of Civil War Bohrnstedt Letters in Shaping History

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430

5/10/2002

Theodore P. Savas

Savas

Lifeblood of the Confederate Machine:George Washington Raines and the August Powder Works

429

4/12/2002

Patrick Brennan

Brennan

Brandy Station

428

3/8/2002

Stephen R. Wise

Wise

The Union/ Confederate Navies

427

2/8/2002

Joe D. Davis

Davis

Shiloh Revisited

426

1/11/2002

Daniel R. Weinberg

Weinberg

Tattlings of a Collecting Voyeur

425

12/14/2001

William McGrath

McGrath

The Sinking of the U.S.S. Cairo

424

11/9/2001

Kathleen Ernst

Ernst

Too Afraid to Cry: Civilians in Antietam

424

10/12/2001

Brooks Davis

Davis

Stephen A. Douglas & A. Lincoln: Friendly Enemies?

423

10/2/2001

Charles P. Roland

Roland

Leadership Character of R. E. Lee

422

9/14/2001

David C. Hinze

Hinze

Philip H. Sheridan’s Early Years in the Civil War

421

6/8/2001

Leslie J. Gordon

Gordon

General Geo. Pickett: Life and Legend

420

5/11/2001

Anne Bailey

Bailey

After Atlanta: How the Confederacy SelfDestructed in the Western Theater

419

3/29/2001

Mark L. Bradley

Bradley

The Surrender in North Carolina

418

2/9/2001

Jack Welsh

Welsh

Union Generals as Patriots

417

1/12/2001

Terrence Winschel

Winschel

Shut-up in a Trap: Vicksburg Siege

416

12/9/2000

Gordon Rhea

Rhea

The Overland Campaign

414

11/11/2000

Stephen Ambrose

Ambrose

Civil War Round Tables and the Railroad

413

11/11/2000

Jean H. Baker

Baker

Mary Todd Lincoln: The White House Years

412

11/11/2000

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Stump Ed……..

415

11/11/2000

Lance Herdegen

Herdegen

Those Damn Black Hats at Gettysburg

411

11/11/2000

Marshall Krolick

Krolick

The Federal Reaction to Mosby’s Tactics

410

9/8/2000

Thomas Lowry

Lowry

Sex in the Civil War

409

6/9/2000

John Y. Simon

Simon

Lincoln & Grant

408

5/12/2000

Robert Zeller

Zeller

The Civil War in Depth

407

4/11/2000

Robert Girardi

Girardi

The Real War Will Never Get in the Books

406

3/10/2000

Craig L. Symonds

Symonds

Battle of Mobile Bay

405

2/11/2000

Thomas Cartwright

Cartwright

The Tennessee Campaign of 1864

404

1/14/2000

Cathy Geeler

Geeler

The Battle of Monacacy

403

12/10/1999

Cullom Davis

Davis

The Law Practice of A. Lincoln

402

11/12/1999

Charles P. Roland

Roland

Anti-Southern Defends Slavery

401

10/8/1999

David H. Donald

Donald

The friendship of Lincoln & O. Browning

400

9/17/1999

Kenneth Winkle

Winkle

New Salem’s Role in the Rise of Lincoln

399

6/11/1999

Thomas P. Sweeney

Sweeney

General ‘Fightin’ Tom” Sweeney

398

5/14/1999

Michael Andrus

Andrus

The Confederate Cover-up at Seven Pines

397

4/9/1999

Lance Herdegen

Herdegen

The Iron Brigade

396

3/12/1999

Peter Cozzens

Cozzens

My Poor Little 9th

395

2/12/1999

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

The Attempted Escape of John Wilkes Booth

394

1/15/1999

Marshall Krolick

Krolick

Meade and his Generals

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393

12/11/1998

Paul Finkelman

Finkelman

Lincoln, Race, & Slavery

392

11/13/1998

Robert O’Neal

O’Neal

The Fed. Cavalry in the Peninsula Campaign

391

10/9/1998

William C. Davis

Davis

Myths & Realities of the Civil War

390

9/11/1998

Brian Pohanka

Pohanka

When History Meets Hollywood

389

6/12/1998

John M. Priest

Priest

Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg

388

5/8/1998

Nathaniel Hughes

Hughes

Forty Years on the Firing Line

387

4/17/1998

Keith Rocco

Rocco

Civil War Art

386

3/13/1998

Mark L. Bradley

Bradley

The Battle of Bentonville

385

2/13/1998

D. Scott Hartwig

Hartwig

The 69th Pennsylvannia Infantry At Gettysburg

384

1/9/1998

Dan McCarthy

McCarthy

The 83rd Illinois

383

12/12/1997

Larry Gibbs

Gibbs

Reconstruction: The Unfinished Legacy of the Civil War

383

11/14/1997

Theodore Karamanski

Karamanski

Bronze Men, Marble Memoirs, Sculpture, Commemoration and the Memory of the Civil War in Chicago

382

10/17/1997

Chris Von Vielle

Vielle

The Wilmington Campaign

381

9/12/1997

Wiley Sword

Sword

Southern Invincibility: The Civil War’s Mental Confrontation

380

6/13/1997

Mark Grimsley

Grimsley

Myths of Sherman’s March to the Sea

379

5/9/1997

William J. Cooper

Cooper

Jefferson Davis

378

4/19/1997

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

The Vicksburg Campaign

376

4/19/1997

Marshall Krolick

Krolick

Grierson’s Raid

375

4/19/1997

Gene Salecker

Salecker

The Sultana Disaster

373

4/19/1997

Theodore P. Savas

Savas

The C.S.S. Arkansas

374

4/19/1997

Brian Wills

Wills

The Fort Pillow Massacre

377

4/19/1997

Terrence Winschel

Winschel

In the Defense of Vicksburg

372

4/18/1997

Lawrence Hewitt

Hewitt

Admiral David E. Farragut

371

4/11/1997

David Ruth

Ruth

The Peninsula Campaign of 1862

370

3/14/1997

Dale Phillips

Phillips

Benjamin Butler & the Occupation of N. O.

369

2/21/1997

Bruce Allardice

Allardice

Civil War Generals, Poltroons, Patriots and Politicians

368

1/10/1997

Kurt Carlson

Carlson

Patrick Cleburne: What Makes a General Great?

367

12/13/1996

Robert L. Krick

Krick

The Army of Northern Virginia’s Staff Corps

366

11/8/1996

Phillip Paludan

Paludan

Lincoln & the Propaganda of War & Peace

355

10/18/1996

James McPherson

McPherson

Married Soldiers in the Civil War

354

9/20/1996

Stephen R. Wise

Wise

The 1863 Charleston Campaign

353

6/14/1996

Michael Kauffman

Kauffman

The Lincoln Assassination: The Investigation Continues

352

5/10/1996

Marshall Krolick

Krolick

The Cavalry in the Chancellorsville Campaign

351

4/12/1996

John C. Waugh

Waugh

The Class of 1846

350

3/8/1996

Brian Wills

Wills

Nathan Bedford Forrest: Uncivil Warrior

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349

2/16/1996

James Ogden

Ogden

The Battles of Chickamauga & Chattanooga (Microphone not at podium, Audio Weak)

348

1/12/1996

Harold W. Nelson

Nelson

Teaching Generalship on Civil War Battlefields

347

12/8/1995

William C. Davis

Davis

Davis, Johnston, and Beauregard

346

11/10/1995

David H. Donald

Donald

The Reticence of Abraham Lincoln

345

10/13/1995

Richard Current

Current

Rediscovering the Civil War

344

6/9/1995

John Y. Simon

Simon

Forging a Commander: Grant and the First Year of the Civil War

343

5/12/1995

Tamara Melia

Melia

James B. McPherson & the Ideals of the Old Army

342

4/14/1995

William Hanchett

Hanchett

Lincoln’s Assassination After 130 Yrs

341

3/10/1995

Ervin Jordan

Jordan

Afro-Confederate Loyalty in Civil War Virginia

340

2/17/1995

Ralph G. Newman

Newman

A Handful of Lincoln & Civil War Authors

339

1/13/1995

James I. Robertson

Robertson

New View Points On Stonewall Jackson

338

12/9/1994

Lincoln College

College

Rosehill Cemetery

337

12/9/1994

David E. Long

Long

Emancipation Issues in the 1864 Presidential Campaign

336

11/7/1994

Terry Van Meter

Meter

The Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac

334

9/9/1994

Frank Williams

Williams

333

6/6/1994

Stacey Allen

Allen

Abraham Lincoln: Our Ever Present Contemporary New Discoveries at Shiloh

332

5/13/1994

Robert K. Krick

Krick

Lawyers, Politicians and Clerks: The Regimental Commanders of the Army of Northern Virginia

332

5/5/1994

Dennis Frye

Frye

The Shattered Shenandoah

331

4/8/1994

Kenneth McKenzie

McKenzie

Confederate Charleston

330

3/11/1994

Gordon Sullivan

Sullivan

Grant’s Challenges as Cmdg General, 1864

329

12/10/1993

Paul I. Kliger

Kliger

The Confederate Invasion of New Mexico

328

11/12/1993

K. Jerry Williams

Williams

The C.S.N. & Blockade Running in England

327

9/10/1993

William Young

Young

Pickett’s Charge

326

6/11/1993

Frances Kennedy

Kennedy

Community Benefits to Battlefield Preservation

325

5/14/1993

William Piston

Piston

Clio & the General: James Longstreet and the Writing of Southern History

324

5/8/1993

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Union Gunboats on the Mississippi

323

5/7/1993

Terrence Winschel

Winschel

Grant’s March Through Mississippi

322

4/16/1993

Carol Reardon

Reardon

Images of Pickett’s Charge in Southern Hist.

321

3/12/1993

Frank Byrne

Byrne

Civil War Prisons: Myth and Reality

320

2/12/1993

Brian Pohanka

Pohanka

Digging into Custer’s Last Stand

319

1/8/1993

Brooks Davis

Davis

Jeff Davis & Abe Lincoln as Commanders in Chief

318

12/11/1992

Peter Cozzens

Cozzens

The 21st Ohio on Horseshoe Ridge

317

11/13/1992

John Hennessey

Hennessey

Return to Bull Run

316

10/9/1992

Shelby Foote

Foote

Epilogue of the Civil War

315

9/11/1992

Wiley Sword

Sword

A Perspectives on Franklin and Nashville

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6/12/1992

Steven Newton

Newton

Joe Johnston: Politics, Ego &Rationalization after the Battle of Seven Pines

313

5/8/1992

Lawrence Hewitt

Hewitt

Port Hudson: Best Photographed

312

5/1/1992

John Coverick

Coverick

The Fighting for Culp’s Hill and East Cemetery Hill (Gettysburg)

311

4/30/1992

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Lee & his Problems with his Corps Commanders

310

4/10/1992

Dennis Frye

Frye

Mosby Vs. Sheridan in the Shenandoah

309

3/13/1992

Herman Hattaway

Hattaway

Teaching the Civil War at West Point

308

2/14/1992

William Robertson

Robertson

General Thomas J. Wood at Chickamauga

307

1/10/1992

Osborne & Crane

Crane

A Women’s War: Two Perspectives, No. & So.

306

12/13/1991

Mary Abroe

Abroe

Battlefield Commemoration & Preservation

305

11/8/1991

Alan T. Nolan

Nolan

The Generalship of R. E. Lee

304

10/11/1991

Gary Gallagher

Gallagher

Jubal Early & the Myth of the Lost Cause

303

10/4/1991

James Hickey

Hickey

The Lincoln Collection at Lincoln College

302

9/13/1991

Blake Magner

Magner

Stannard’s 2d Vermont Brigade

301

6/14/1991

Jean H. Baker

Baker

The Abraham Lincoln Marriage

300

5/10/1991

Michael Hughes

Hughes

Chattanooga Campaign during the Fall 1863

298

5/2/1991

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Shiloh through the Capture of Corinth

299

5/2/1991

Wiley Sword

Sword

Albert S. Johnston: How Good a General?

297

4/12/1991

A. Wilson Greene

Greene

The 11th Corps on the 1st Day at Gettysburg

296

3/8/1991

Gerald A. Regan

Regan

The Walk of Correspondents Browne, Davis And Richardson: 340 Miles to Freedom

295

2/12/1991

James McPherson

McPherson

Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War

294

2/8/1991

Terrence Winschel

Winschel

Relief of Fortress Vicksburg

293

1/11/1991

Marshall Krolick

Krolick

Cavalry Battle at Gettysburg

292

12/14/1990

C. Robert Douglas

Douglas

Granny Lee: Fiasco in West Virginia

291

11/8/1990

William Burton

Burton

Ethnic Soldiers in the Union Army

289

10/13/1990

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Sherman & Hood at Atlanta

286

10/13/1990

Gary Gallagher

Gallagher

Early & Sheridan in the Valley

288

10/13/1990

Robert K. Krick

Krick

Jackson & Banks in the Valley

287

10/13/1990

Mark E. Neely

Neely

The Emancipation Proclamation

290

10/13/1990

James I. Robertson

Robertson

Abraham Lincoln & Jefferson Davis

285

9/14/1990

Richard Huebner

Huebner

The Meserve Civil War Record

284

6/8/1990

Jerry L. Rogers

Rogers

The Protection of Battlefields

283

5/11/1990

William E. Parrish

Parrish

Confederate Governors

282

5/4/1990

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Antietam Generals

281

5/3/1990

Dennis Frye

Frye

Davis’ Cavalry Escape from Harper’s Ferry

280

4/13/1990

Richard McMurry

McMurry

Confederate Journalism

279

3/9/1990

Michael Andrus

Andrus

General Edward ‘Allegheny’ Johnson

278

1/12/1990

William J. Sullivan

Sullivan

Chicago During the Civil War

277

12/8/1989

Armin Wing

Wing

The Gods of War & Prince of Peace

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11/10/1989

Herbert Schiller

Schiller

The Bermuda Hundred Campaign

275

10/6/1989

Gary Gallagher

Gallagher

Edward Porter Alexander

274

9/8/1989

Mark E. Neely

Neely

Was the Civil War Total War?

273

6/9/1989

John Y. Simon

Simon

Edward Baker at Ball’s Bluff

272

5/12/1989

Edwin Simmons

Simmons

Fort Fisher

271

4/14/1989

Charles Wesselhoeft

Wesselhoeft

The Army of the Tenn. Under Grant

270

3/10/1989

Jerry L. Russell

Russell

The Battle of Pea Ridge

269

2/10/1989

James McPherson

McPherson

Lincoln & Liberty

268

1/13/1989

Bruce Bazelon

Bazelon

Gettysburg After the Fight

267

12/9/1988

Karen Osborne

Osborne

A Civil War Christmas

266

11/11/1988

Gordon Whitney

Whitney

Sherman & his Lieutenants

265

10/11/1988

Herdegen & Beaudot

Beaudot

Herdegren

The Railroad Cut at Gettysburg

264

9/9/1988

Robert K. Krick

Krick

The Army of Northern Virginia, Sept. 1862

263

6/10/1988

Edward G. Longacre

Longacre

The Army of the James, 1863 – 1865

262

5/13/1988

Gerald Linderman

Linderman

The Experience of Combat in the Civil War

261

4/28/1988

Frank Van Diver

Diver

Lee & Jackson: Model Partners

260

4/27/1988

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

A Comparison of Both Armies in the East, 1862 1864

259

4/8/1988

Michael T. Snyder

Snyder

The Battle of Seven Pines

258

3/11/1988

Holzer & Neely

Neely

257

2/12/1988

William Hanchett

Hanchett

Abraham Lincoln: Man in the Middle

256

1/8/1988

James Vlazny

Vlazny

Robert Barnwell Rhett: Father of Secession

255

12/11/1987

Gordon E. Dammann

Dammann

In Defense of the Civil War Surgeon

254

11/13/1987

James Ramage

Ramage

John Hunt Morgan

253

10/9/1987

William Saffire

Saffire

Lincoln’s Constitutional Excesses

252

9/11/1987

James T. Hickey

Hickey

Robert Todd Lincoln’s Relationship with Authors and Artists

251

6/5/1987

Mark Boatner

Boatner

The Civil War Dictionary

250

5/8/1987

Betty J. Otto

Otto

Maryland Remembers the Civil War

249

5/2/1987

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Career Summarization of the Pea Ridge Battle Commanders

248

5/1/1987

Richard Hatcher

Hatcher

Captain Nathaniel Lyon

247

4/17/1987

Mike B. Chesson

Chesson

The Richmond Bread Riot

246

3/13/1987

Howard McManus

McManus

The Battle of Cloyd’s Mountain

245

2/20/1987

Ralph G. Newman

Newman

Robert Todd Lincoln & the Civil War

244

1/9/1987

Marshall Krolick

Krolick

From Captain to Brigadier: The Promotions of Custer, Farnsworth and Merritt

243

12/12/1986

Alan T. Nolan

Nolan

A Historic View of Robert E. Lee

242

11/14/1986

A. Wilson Greene

Greene

The Bloody Angle at Spotsylvania

241

10/10/1986

Richard F. Selcer

Selcer

Lee and Pickett

240

9/12/1986

Harold Hyman

Hyman

Lincoln and Yuppie Lawyers

239

6/6/1986

James I. Robertson

Robertson

General Ambrose Powell Hill

Holzer

The Confederate Images of the Lost Cause

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5/9/1986

Gordon Whitney

Whitney

The President Will Now Make a Few Remarks

237

5/2/1986

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Coastal Artillery

236

5/1/1986

Robert K. Krick

Krick

James ‘Pete’ Longstreet

235

4/11/1986

Edgar G. Archer

Archer

Orthopedic Surgery during the Civil War

228

3/15/1986

Tom Arliskas

Arliskas

Grant at Belmont

231

3/15/1986

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Grant at Vicksburg

233

3/15/1986

Robert K. Krick

Krick

Grant from the Rapidan to the James

230

3/15/1986

Marshall Krolick

Krolick

Grant’s General Order No. 11

227

3/15/1986

John Y. Simon

Simon

Grant as Commander

234

3/15/1986

Richard J. Sommers

Sommers

Grant at Petersburg

229

3/15/1986

Wiley Sword

Sword

Grant at Shiloh

232

3/15/1986

Gordon Whitney

Whitney

Grant at Chattanooga

226

2/14/1986

Mark E. Neely

Neely

Lincoln and Douglas

225

1/10/1986

Multiple Speakers

Speakers

Our Ethnic Ancestors in the Civil War

224

12/13/1985

Chris Caulkins

Caulkins

The Ragged & Starved Confederates: An Examination of Lee’s Army, 1864 – 1865

223

11/8/1985

Donald C. Pfanz

Pfanz

The 11th Corps at Chancellorsville

222

10/11/1985

Kent M. Brown

Brown

Alonzo Cushing & his Battery at Gettysburg

221

9/20/1985

John Y. Simon

Simon

Editing the Papers of U. S. Grant

220

6/14/1985

Paul J. Beaver

Beaver

Lincoln’s Political Race in Central Illinois

219

5/4/1985

Harold Howard

Howard

Confederate Veterans

218

5/3/1985

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

The Corps Organization thru Petersburg

217

5/2/1985

Multiple Speakers

Speakers

Hatcher’s Run to Five Forks

216

4/12/1985

William J. Sullivan

Sullivan

The Trans-Mississippi in 1864

215

3/8/1985

Gary Gallagher

Gallagher

Stephen Dodson Ramseur

214

2/8/1985

Herman Hattaway

Hattaway

How the North Won

213

1/11/1985

Brooks Davis

Davis

The Grand Army of the Republic

212

12/14/1984

David Finny

Finny

The Death of Stonewall Jackson

211

11/9/1984

Merlin Sumner

Sumner

Grant’s Staff: A Plus or a Minus?

210

10/12/1984

Jim/ Alice Trulock

Trulock

Joshua L. Chamberlain

209

9/15/1984

Multiple Speakers

Speakers

Nevins - Freeman Assembly

Daniel Jordan

Jordan

The Life & Adventures of John S. Mosby

Walter N. Trenery

Trenery

John Pope

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

John Pope

Richard McMurry

McMurry

John Bell Hood

208

6/8/1984

207

5/18/1984

206

5/4/1984

205

4/13/1984

204

3/9/1984

Roy K. Flint

Flint

The Defeat at Cold Harbor

203

2/17/1984

Panel Discussion

Discussion

Senate Confrontation: Nov. 12th, 1860

202

1/13/1984

Myron Cohn

Cohn

The Signal & Telegraph Corps in the Civil War

201

12/9/1983

Karen Osborne

Osborne

Women in the Civil War

200

10/14/1983

Robert K. Krick

Krick

Cedar Mountain

199

9/9/1983

Walter H. Herbert

Herbert

Fighting Joe Hooker

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6/11/1983

Multiple Speakers

Speakers

Nevins-Freeman Assembly

197

4/8/1983

Robert Johannsen

Johannsen

Stephen A. Douglas & the Spirit of the Age

196

3/11/1983

John E. Devine

Devine

Cavalry Campaigns: Prelude to Gettysburg

195

12/10/1982

Perry Jamieson

Jamieson

Artillery Tactics of the Civil War

194

11/12/1982

Stephen B. Oates

Oates

John Brown: Catalyst for the Civil War

193

3/30/1981

E. B. ‘Pete’ Long

Long

The Saints of the Union

192

5/9/1980

Walter Brown

Brown

Albert Pike as a Confederate General

191

4/11/1980

Ralph G. Newman

Newman

The Lights Go On Again at Ford’s Theater

190

2/8/1980

James McDonough

McDonough

The Final Day at Stone’s River

189

1/11/1980

John Y. Simon

Simon

Grant as Historian: Memoirs Revisited

188

12/14/1979

Henry Pomerantz

Pomerantz

Aldie, Middleburg, & Upperville

187

11/9/1979

Daniel Jordan

Jordan

Richmond: First City of the Confederacy

186

10/12/1979

Robert K. Krick

Krick

Edward Porter Alexander, C.S.A

185

9/14/1979

Bill Mallory

Mallory

Actions North of the James

184

4/6/1979

William. A. Frassanito

Frassanito

Antietam: The Photographic Legacy of America’s Bloodiest Day

183

3/9/1979

Herman Hattaway

Hattaway

Stephen D. Lee

182

1/17/1979

Grady McWhiney

McWhiney

Conf. Generals: Strengths & Weaknesses

181

12/8/1978

Brooks Davis

Davis

The Perryville Campaign

180

10/13/1978

Harold Hyman

Hyman

Has the Lincoln Conspiracy Theme Been Exhausted?

179

9/8/1978

Merlin Sumner

Sumner

The 67th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment.

178

5/12/1978

Kenneth Carley

Carley

The Sioux Uprising of 1862

177

4/14/1978

Marshall Krolick

Krolick

The Battle of Brandy Station

172

3/10/1978

James I. Robertson

Robertson

Civil War Chaplains

171

1/13/1978

Sherman Lavigna

Lavigna

Benjamin Butler: Beast or Benefactor?

170

12/9/1977

Lewis Croce

Croce

Lincoln & the Federal Bureaucracy

169

11/17/1977

E. B. ‘Pete’ Long

Long

A Broader Approach to Civil War Strategy

168

10/14/1977

John P. Hunter

Hunter

The Capture of Jefferson Davis

167

3/12/1976

Roger G. Holloway

Holloway

Great Britain & the Civil War

166

5/9/1975

Ralph G. Newman

Newman

Lincoln’s Incredible Funeral

165

6/8/1974

Gordon Whitney

Whitney

1st Nevin-Freeman Award given to Bruce Catton

164

3/8/1974

Marshall Krolick

Krolick

Lee & Longstreet at Gettysburg

163

2/8/1974

Dick Blake

Blake

A Look at Lincoln & the Schimmelfennig Singers

162

10/13/1973

Gerhard Clausius

Clausius

Stephen A. Hurlbut

161

9/12/1973

Paul Simon

Simon

Freedom’s Champion: Elijah Paris Lovejoy

160

6/8/1973

Geo. Hartzog

Hartzog

Our Endangered Civil War Battlefields

159

5/18/1973

Edward C. Johnson

Johnson

Embalming Surgeons of the Civil War

158

5/10/1973

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Lee’s Movement up the Rappahannock up to July 1st and the Battle of Gettysburg

157

4/13/1973

Dana M. Wegner

Wegner

Commodore Dirty Bill Porter

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3/9/1973

Bell I. Wiley

Wiley

Confederate Women of the Lost Cause

155

1/12/1973

Victor Hicken

Hicken

The Civil War Fighting Man: Comparison of Past and Present

154

10/13/1972

Dan Lapinski

Lapinski

The Battle of Island No. 10

153

9/23/1972

Lowell H. Harrison

Harrison

General John C. Breckinridge, C.S.A.

152

6/9/1972

Robert H. Fowler

Fowler

New Discoveries about the Civil War

151

5/12/1972

Damon Wells, Jr.

Wells

Stephen A. Douglas & the South

150

4/21/1972

T. Harry Williams

Williams

Grant as President

149

3/10/1972

Alan T. Nolan

Nolan

The Iron Brigade & the Reasons Why

148

1/14/1972

James I. Robertson

Robertson

The Stonewall Brigade

147

12/10/1971

E.B. ‘Pete” Long

Long

The War Beyond the River: The Trans- Mississippi and the Influence of the War in the West

146

11/9/1971

Charles Wesselhoeft

Wesselhoeft

Civil War Railroads an Overview

145

10/8/1971

Jerry L. Scholer

Scholer

Mary Ann Pittman

144

9/10/1971

Grady McWhiney

McWhiney

Jefferson Davis & His Generals

143

6/11/1971

Joe Eisendrath

Eisendrath

Lincoln Myths

142

5/14/1971

Harry M. Caudill

Caudill

Guerrilla War in Kentucky

141

4/3/1971

Ned Julian

Julian

Margaret Mitchell

140

3/19/1971

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Port Republic ~ Cross Keys

139

3/12/1971

Frank Rankin

Rankin

Morgan’s Raids

138

2/19/1971

Harry Anderson

Anderson

The Sioux Campaign

137

1/18/1971

Hobart G. Cawood

Cawood

Cold Harbor

136

12/18/1970

John P. Hunter

Hunter

Haskell of Gettysburg: The Iron Brigade’s Finest

135

11/13/1970

Joseph A. Daly

Daly

Battle at Pilgrim’s Point

134

10/16/1970

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

Vicksburg

133

5/1/1970

A. A. Lawrence

Lawrence

A Satirical View & Impact on American History had the South Won at Gettysburg and Eventually the War

132

10/10/1969

Bell I. Wiley

Wiley

Diary from Dixie: Mary Chestnut

131

9/8/1969

John T. Hubbell

Hubbell

J. S. McPherson

130

6/6/1969

Charles L. DuFour

DuFour

The Blue and the Gray in Mexico

129

4/12/1969

Warren W. Hassler

Hassler

A New Look at McClellan

128

3/14/1969

Brooks Davis

Davis

The Battle of Perryville ~ 1862

127

12/13/1968

Francis A. Lord

Lord

Weapons & Their Effect on Tactics

126

11/8/1968

Francis F. Wilshin

Wilshin

The Recapture of a Battlefield: First Bull Run in Light of New Evidence

125

10/11/1968

Virgil C. Jones

Jones

The Union Naval Forces

124

9/13/1968

Lloyd D. Miller

Miller

The Union Left on the 2d Day at Gettysburg

123

6/7/1968

T. Harry Williams

Williams

A Yank at Oxford

122

5/10/1968

Leroy H. Fischer

Fischer

The Civil War in Today’s Perspective

121

5/3/1968

Ralph Happel

Happel

The Chancellorsville Family of Chancellorsville

120

5/2/1968

Joseph P. Cullen

Cullen

The Battle of Chancellorsville

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3/8/1968

Shelby Foote

Foote

Grant Comes to Washington

118

2/9/1968

Lloyd Ostendorf

Ostendorf

The Faces of Abraham Lincoln

117

1/12/1968

Glen H. Seymour

Seymour

Illinois in the 1850’s

116

12/15/1967

Phillip R. Davis

Davis

Justice in the Confederacy

115

11/10/1967

Ralph G. Newman

Newman

Readin’, Writin’, and Round Tables

114

10/27/1967

Dr. Mark M. Krug

Krug

Abraham Lincoln & Lyman Trumbull

113

9/8/1967

Elmer Gertz

Gertz

The Assassinations of Pres. Lincoln &Kennedy as Seen by Jack Ruby’s Lawyer

112

6/23/1967

J. Robert Smith

Smith

General Mike Lawler

111

5/25/1967

Henry E. Simms

Simms

Northern Censorship of the Press: Necessary or Needless?

110

4/26/1967

Fred G. Benton, Jr.

Benton, Jr.

The Battle & Siege of Port Hudson

109

4/22/1967

Col. L. B. Wickoff

Wickoff

The Siege of Lexington, Missouri

108

4/21/1967

Dr. Howard Monnett

Monnett

Westport and the Sterling Price Invasion of 1864

107

3/20/1967

Col. H. B. Simpson

Simpson

Jefferson Davis & the U.S. Camel Corps

106

1/13/1967

Dr. Geo. J. Fleming

Fleming

Political Generals: Esp. John A. Logan

105

12/8/1966

Dr. Frank L. Klement

Klement

Vallandigham and the Civil War

104

11/15/1966

Col. Allen P. Julian

Julian

Gallant John Hood

103

10/12/1966

Ralph G. Newman

Newman

Benjamin F. Butler: Politician or Hero?

102

9/19/1966

S. I. Nieman

Nieman

Judah P. Benjamin

101

6/10/1966

Frank Van Diver

Diver

Toward the Second Centennial

100

4/11/1966

Sir Dennis Brogan

Brogan

The War as a War

99

2/10/1966

James. A. Johnston

Johnston

Grant and Lee: Move and Countermove

98

12/14/1965

General Mark Clark

Clark

America’s Wars

97

10/15/1965

Franklin M. Garrett

Garrett

Atlanta During the Civil War and a Brief Comment on General Hood

96

10/14/1965

Herbert Kerwood

Kerwood

The Story of the Chattanooga Rebel

95

10/13/1965

Gilbert E. Govan

Govan

Background of the Battle of Chattanooga

94

9/10/1965

Clement Silvestro

Silvestro

None But the Patriots: The Union Leagues of the Civil War

93

6/11/1965

T. Harry Williams

Williams

The Valley Campaign of 1864

92

5/14/1965

Glenn Tucker

Tucker

Chickamauga

91

4/9/1965

Victor Searcher

Searcher

Lincoln’s Last Journey

90

3/12/1965

General Jim Dan Hill

Hill

The Command Structure in the Union and Confederate Navies

89

1/15/1965

Edwin C. Bearss

Bearss

The Ironclad Cairo

88

10/16/1964

John Hope Franklin

Franklin

The Military Occupation of the South

87

4/29/1964

Charles P. Roland

Roland

The Generalship of Albert S. Johnston at the Battle of Shiloh

86

4/17/1964

T. Harry Williams

Williams

The Civil War in Louisiana

85

2/8/1964

Clyde C. Walton

Walton

The Training of the Civil War Soldiers

84

11/15/1963

Shelby Foote

Foote

Grant’s Seven Failures Above Vicksburg

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83

10/25/1963

Gilbert E. Govan

Govan

The President and the General

82

9/26/1963

Bruce Catton

Catton

Politics of the Army of the Potomac

81

6/14/1963

Charles L. DuFour

DuFour

Henry Hotze: Rebel Propagandist

80

5/17/1963

James. V. Murfin

Murfin

Antietam: The Enigma and the Significance

79

4/24/1963

Sen. R. Yarborough

Yarborough

Some Irregular Notes on the History of the Douglas Battery

78

3/22/1963

Col. Allen P. Julian

Julian

Snake Creek Gap: The Historian and the Principles of the Civil War

77

2/28/1963

Dr. David C. Mearns

Mearns

The Gettysburg Address: The Mysteries of the Manuscript

76

1/18/1963

Edward M. Coffman

Coffman

The Notorious Captain Thomas H. Hines

75

6/15/1962

Donald L. Smith

Smith

The Twenty-fourth Michigan

74

5/11/1962

Everett Lewy

Lewy

The Battle of Chickamauga

73

4/27/1962

Multiple Speakers

Speakers

Antietam

72

4/11/1962

Dr. Richard Mudd

Mudd

The Assassination of A. Lincoln: The Trial and Imprisonment of Dr. Samuel A. Mudd

71

2/15/1962

Rev. L. Genovsky

Genovsky

Some New Light on the Lincoln-Pickett Relationship

70

1/17/1962

Grady McWhiney

McWhiney

Braxton Bragg: Misplaced General

69

10/12/1961

Harold Hyman

Hyman

Lincoln’s Mars: Edwin M. Stanton

68

9/15/1961

Otto Eisenschiml

Eisenschiml

Do We Need a Code for Civil War Writers?

67

5/12/1961

Dr. Robert Meade

Meade

Judah P. Benjamin: Confederate Statesman

66

4/7/1961

Frank Van Diver

Diver

The Confederacy and the New South

65

3/10/1961

Richard Current

Current

The Continuing Civil War

64

10/8/1960

Col. Allen P. Julian

Julian

Glory or Good Management?

63

5/27/1960

T. Harry Williams

Williams

The Generalship of the North & South

62

4/8/1960

John P. Hunter & E. B. ‘Pete’ Long

Hunter

61

2/19/1960

Robert L. Kincaid

Kincaid

Memorable Moments Along the Lincoln Trail

60

1/15/1960

Alan T. Nolan

Nolan

Brawner’s Farm: The Baptism of the Iron Brigade

59

9/11/1959

Allan Nevins

Nevins

The Darkest Hour of the War in the Northwest

58

5/20/1959

Mrs. Karl Betts

Betts

The Civil War Commission

57

4/10/1959

Clyde C. Walton

Walton

Recent Writings on the Civil War

56

2/6/1959

W. B. Hesseltine

Hesseltine

Lincoln and Reconstruction

55

1/8/1959

Hubert Hawkins

Hawkins

John Hunt Morgan & his Raid Across the Ohio

54

11/14/1958

Avery Craven

Craven

Southern Secession

53

6/6/1958

Edward G. Borthell

Borthell

Some Civil War Apocrypha

52

5/9/1958

Otto Eisenschiml

Eisenschiml

Why the Civil War?

51

4/22/1958

Bell I. Wiley

Wiley

The Confederate Congress

50

3/7/1958

Ray Billington

Billington

The Frontier Origin of the Civil War

49

2/19/1958

Richard McMurry

McMurty

Lincoln’s Address at Gettysburg

48

1/24/1958

Mr. Tilberg

Tilberg

Gettysburg

Long

Symposium on the Battlefields of Virginia

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12/2/1957

Elmer Gertz

Gertz

James Harrison Wilson

46

5/15/1957

Col William Caper

Caper

Stonewall Jackson the Man & Lee Bushong Winchester & the Civil War

45

4/12/1957

Bruce Catton

Catton

The Civil War

44

2/18/1957

E. B. ‘Pete’ Long

Long

Fort Sumter – Panel Discussion

43

1/17/1957

James. A. Johnston

Johnston

A Friendship with D. S. Freeman

42

12/7/1956

Vic Thompson

Thompson

How to Enjoy the Civil War

41

11/8/1956

Virgil C. Jones

Jones

Ranger Mosby (Incomplete)

40

10/11/1956

Ned Julian

Julian

The Savannah Campaign

39

9/11/1956

Gilbert E. Govan

Govan

Confederate Personalities (Incomplete)

38

6/8/1956

Gilbert Piper

Piper

Civil War Firearms

37

5/17/1956

Frank Van Diver

Diver

Rebel Brass

36

4/12/1956

W. B. Hesseltine

Hesseltine

Andersonville

35

3/11/1956

Avery Craven

Craven

The Civil War 100 Years Later

34

1/9/1956

Charles H. Coleman

Coleman

Thomas Lincoln: Father of the President

33

10/21/1955

Benjamin P. Thomas

Thomas

A Candid View of Grant

32

6/16/1955

Otto Eisenschiml

Eisenschiml

An Unorthodox View of the Civil War

31

5/21/1955

Erza J. Warner

Warner

Generals in Gray

30

5/12/1955

W. F. Stauffer

Stauffer

Northern Army Correspondents

29

5/6/1955

T. Harry Williams

Williams

Beauregard, the Man

28

4/14/1955

Richard McMurry

McMurty

Zollicoffer and the Battle of Mill Springs

27

12/9/1954

Multiple Speakers

Speakers

Stonewall Jackson in 1862

26

11/19/1954

Harold Hyman

Hyman

Lincoln’s McCarthy: John F. Potter of Wisconsin

25

10/10/1954

Hartnett T. Kane

Kane

Spies for the Blue and the Gray: & Louis M. Starr: The Civil War Newsmen in Action

24

5/15/1954

Bell I. Wiley

Wiley

Trail of the C.S.A., A History of the Confederacy

23

5/14/1954

T. Harry Williams

Williams

Beauregard at Shiloh

22

3/18/1954

T. Harry Williams

Williams

A Pattern of a Historian – A Critical Discussion of D. S. Freeman and his Biography of R. E. Lee

21

2/19/1954

Panel Discussion

Discussion

Has the Lincoln Theme Been Exhausted?

20

1/14/1954

Robert Browne

Browne

Brice’s Crossroads: A Story in Military Leadership

19

6/12/1953

Elmer Gertz

Gertz

Reporters for the Union

18

5/8/1953

Panel Discussion

Discussion

The Civil War Today (Radio Program)

16

5/7/1953

D. S. Freeman

Freeman

Five Problems of Critique for the Civil War Historian

17

5/7/1953

Mr. Hatch

Hatch

The Two Sieges of Yorktown

15

4/30/1953

Bruce Catton

Catton

The Battle of Five Forks & General Sheridan’s Indictment of General G. Warren

14

1/16/1953

Harry Hershenson

Hershenson

Thaddeus Stevens: A Thorn in Lincoln’s Side

13

11/9/1952

Benjamin P. Thomas

Thomas

Mr. Lincoln Reads his Mail

12

10/17/1952

William Townsend

Townsend

The Lion of Whitehall: Cassius Marcellus Clay:

11

9/17/1952

W. Norman Fitzgerald

Fitzgerald

The Campaign of Mobile

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6/21/1952

Bruce Catton

Catton

9

6/10/1952

Otto Eisenschiml

Eisenschiml

The Army of the Potomac: A Problem in Command Gettysburg

8

5/27/1952

Lloyd D. Miller

Miller

The Union Left Flank, July 2d, 1863

7

4/11/1952

E.B. ‘Pete” Long

Long

U.S. Grant, The Man Behind the Memoirs

6

2/8/1952

Raymond Dooley

Dooley

Abraham Lincoln, Logan County, Lincoln, Illinois

5

1/9/1952

Elmer Gertz

Gertz

Chas A. Dana: The Eyes of the Government at the Front

4

12/5/1951

Ralph Korngold

Korngold

The Nature of Secession

3

11/2/1951

General Jim Dan Hill

Hill

The Red River Campaign

2

10/19/1951

Holman Hamilton

Hamilton

Old Rough and Ready & the Civil War

1

9/20/1951

Seymour J. Frank

Frank

We’ll Hang Jeff Davis to a Sour Apple Tree

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