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Civil War History Journal Archive

March 2018, Volume 64, No. 1

Nov 30th, 2017 | Filed as: CWH Archive, CWH Journal

McClellan’s Epidemic:  Disease and Discord at Harrison’s Landing, July-August 1862
by: Zachery A. Fry

More Than Paper and Ink:  Confederate Medical Literature and the Making of the Confederate Army Medical Corps
by: Lindsay Rae Privette



December 2017, Volume 63, No. 4

Sep 15th, 2017 | Filed as: CWH Archive, CWH Journal

Escaping the Mechanism: Soldier Fraternization during the Siege at Petersburg
Lauren K. Thompson

The Early Indicators Project: Using Massive Data and Statistical Analysis to Understand the Life Cycle of Civil War Soldiers
Earl J. Hess



September 2017, Volume 63, No. 3

Jun 21st, 2017 | Filed as: CWH Archive, CWH Journal

Paternalism and Imprisonment at Castle Thunder: Reinforcing Gender Norms in the Confederate Capital
by: Angela M. Zombek

Captives of Memory: The Contested Legacy of Race at Andersonville National Historic Site
by: Adam H. Domby



June 2017, Volume 63, No. 2

Feb 28th, 2017 | Filed as: CWH Archive, CWH Journal

Tracing the “Sacred Relics”: The Strange Career of Preston Brooks’s Cane
by: Michael E. Woods

The Dress of the Enemy: Clothing and Disease in the Civil War Era
by: Sarah Jones Weicksel

Vacationing with the Civil War: Maine’s Regimental Summer Cottages
by: C. Ian Stevenson



March 2017, Volume 63, No. 1

Dec 6th, 2016 | Filed as: CWH Archive

Wilderness, Weather, and Waging War in the Mine Run Campaign
by: Adam H. Petty

“Whenever the Yankees were Gone, I was a Confederate”: Loyalty and Dissent in Civil War-Era Rapides Parish, Louisiana
by: David T. Ballantyne



December 2016, Volume 62, No. 4

Sep 13th, 2016 | Filed as: CWH Archive

Places of Exchange: An Analysis of Human and Materiél Flows in Civil War Alexandria, Virginia
by: William G. Thomas, III, Kaci Nash, and Robert Shepard

Citizens of the County of Their Domicile: Conscription and Confederate Citizenship
by: David Carlson



September 2016, Volume 62, No. 3

May 20th, 2016 | Filed as: CWH Archive, CWH Journal

Did the Tug Have to Come? A Critique of the New Revisionism of the Secession Winter
James L. Huston

Public Necessity or Military Convenience? Reevaluating Lincoln’s Suspensions of the Write of Habeas Corpus during the Civil War
by
Robert O. Faith

A Civil War Hermaphrodite
Jonathan W. White



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