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This is second part of Bruce Catton's 1958 article concerning the necessary knowledge required if one intends to justifiably label oneself a Civil War Buff. His piece consists of a single column listing the greatest battles of the war, and accompanying these five brief thumb-nail summaries is a map of the South Eastern U.S., highlighted with red stars, which serve to identify where the blood poured.

Click here to read Bruce Catton's essay, "How to be a Civil War Buff"

Click here to read about the Confederate conscription laws.

     



The Great Civil War Battles (Pageant Magazine, 1958)

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