Civil War History Magazine Articles
Nothing in American history has represented such
a fissure in the Union as the tragedy of the Civil
War. Many aspects of this bloody conflict continue
to fuel scholarly and casual interest--from debating
what the true causes of the war were to partaking
in annual re-enactments of the most famous battles.
At OldMagazineArticles.com, we bring it all back
to life with our collection of civil war history
magazine articles, reproduced directly from magazines
and newspapers from the 1850s onward.
Groups across the country engage in recreations
of Civil War battles. To those involved, attention
to detail is everything, and specific moments
are what make the days so moving and significant.
Our civil war history magazine articles include
first-hand accounts from soldiers and civilian
witnesses, granting you unparalleled personal
knowledge of what transpired.
Civil War History Magazine Articles from the
Civil war history was still very fresh in Americans'
minds at the turn of the 20th century. We have
a treasure trove of magazine articles from the
early 1900s that look back at the war with a critical
eye. Students of history will be extremely interested
in these articles, some of which feature the first
in-depth biographical studies of the men behind
the war: Lincoln, Lee, Grant, Sherman, and Wilson.
All of the civil war history magazine articles
on our site are free. We've scanned the original
articles into PDF files, so they appear exactly
as they did upon their first publication. We also
have historic magazine articles that date back
to the 1800s on a variety of topics from music
to war to silent movies to fashion.