Civil War Monitor

“I think this will be an awful Battle.” So wrote Acting Sergeant Manley Stacey of the 111th New York Infantry in a letter to his father in the early afternoon of July 2, 1863. Stacey was one of the lucky ones. His regiment arrived at Gettysburg earlier that morning and immediately went into line of battle inRead more ⟶

The Civil War Courier

Gettysburg 1863—Seething Hell is a very different sort of Civil War book. It has the look of a coffee table book with the large size and many pictures. However, many of the pictures are likely not the kind of thing you want to peruse over coffee and a tasty dessert with guests. The “Seething Hell”Read more ⟶