America's Civil War

Near-Miss With Calamity

Gibbon reverted to his Regular Army rank of colonel and served mainly on the Western frontier until 1890, notably in the 1876 Sioux War and the

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Photographs and Memories
By 1860, Gettysburg, Pa., boasted about 2,400 citizens. Ten roads led into the town, which created a few small but thriving industries such as carriage manufacturing, shoemaking, and tanning, as well as several educational institutions. Although the
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Born of War
Trailside is produced in partnership with Civil War Trails Inc., which connects visitors to lesser-known sites and allows them to follow in the footsteps of the great campaigns. Civil War Trails has to date 1,552 sites across five states and produces
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Up A Creek
After the resounding Union victory at Chattanooga, Tenn., in November 1863, Maj. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, commander of the Military Division of the Mississippi, ordered Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman to rush a relief force 100 miles north to Knoxville, w