The tattered American flag that the men of Cape Island took to war in 1861 tells the story of a divided nation. In the bottom left corner is a patch, probably sewn by a man in Company A of the…
The cry of battle – the sounds of cannon – smoke filled air – confusion everywhere! Brave men fought on, facing tremendous challenges and following their leaders through many conflicts. Read Entire Article
The skull of a Civil War solider is expected to auctioned Tuesday in what is believed by some to be the first sale of its kind. Read Entire Article
Villanova University’s Falvey Library owns a military frock coat that once belonged to William Tecumseh Sherman. The coat is currently on loan to Philadelphia’s Union League as part of its “Philadelphia 1864, The Year of Decision” exhibit.
Of all the American wars in our history there is one that stands out as the most interesting to many of our citizens.The Civil War has that distinction for a variety of reasons. Read Entire Article
The 29th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Living History Association is attempting to raise $14,600 to preserve the original Civil War battle flag of the 29th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Read Entire Article
The Mariners’ Museum has resumed work to conserve and restore the USS Monitor’s turrent and other large artifacts from the Civil War ironclad. Read Entire Article
Scientists near the city where the Civil War began prepared Thursday to soak an encrusted Confederate submarine in a chemical bath to reveal its hull for the first time in 150 years Read Entire Article