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Civil War Trust

Hallowed Ground: Spring 2014

Featured Online Articles

The Spring 2014 issue of the Civil War Trust membership magazine reflects back 150 years to the Overland Campaign of 1864, with a feature article by author and historian Gordon Rhea. To see all online articles from past issues of the membership magazine, visit the Back Issue Index »

The Overland Campaign of 1864

The Overland Campaign of 1864

Gordon Rhea

The foremost expert on the Overland Campaign, historian Gordon C. Rhea, describes how General Lee’s army evades General Grant in the while both forces endure horrific casualties.Read the article »

Grant vs. Lee article spread

Grant verses Lee

This article presents a side-by-side comparison between the generals of the 1864 Overland Campaign – Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee.Read the article »

Paper and Glass

The Overland Campaign on Paper and Glass

Camp of Instruction

This issue's "Camp of Instruction" feature takes a look at photographs and drawings from artist's who followed the Union Army during the Overland Campaign.Read the article »

Walmart Controversy Fully Resolved

Walmart Controversy Fully Resolved

Page From the Page

This issue's "Page From the Past" feature describes how what started out as a near-catastrophe, turned into a historic turnaround and major victory for preservationRead the article »

Warren Middlebrook

Warren Middlebrook

Profiles in Preservation

Warren Middlebrook's singular focus led him to save Saunders Field for generations to come to appreciate the Battle of the Wilderness.Read the article »

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