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Your search in the category "Civil War" returned 476 results in 24 pages.

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Clemens, Thomas G. “Memories of America’s Bloodiest Day.” Civil War Times, 49 (October 2010): 52-57.

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Coker, Brad. The Battle of Monocacy. Baltimore: University of Baltimore, 1982.

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Cooling, B. Franklin. Monocacy: The Battle that Saved Washington. Shippensburg, Pa.: White Mane Publishing, 1997.

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Cooling, Benjamin Franklin, III. The Day Lincoln Was Shot: the Fort Stevens story. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2013.
Category: Military | Civil War

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Cooling, Benjamin Franklin. Counter-Thrust: From the Peninsula to the Antietam Campaign. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2007.

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Cooling, Benjamin Franklin. “Montgomery County and Jubal Early’s Raid on Washington, July 10-14, 1864: A Sesquicentennial Perspective.” Montgomery County Story, 58 (Winter 2015): 1-8.

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Cooper, Edward S. “Traitors in the Navy and Revenue Cutter Service during Secession.” North and South, 14 (September 2012): 12-19.
Annotations / Notes: Raphael Semmes

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Coryell, Janet L. "'The Lincoln Colony': Aaron Columbus Burr's Proposed Colonization of British Honduras." Civil War History 43 (1997): 5-16.

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Coryell, Janet L. "Neither Heroine Nor Fool: Anna Ella Carroll of Maryland." Ph.D. diss., College of William and Mary, 1986.

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Cottom, Robert I., Jr., and Mary Ellen Hayward. Maryland in the Civil War: A House Divided. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994.
Category: Military | Civil War

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Cox, Richard P. Civil War Maryland: Stories from the Old Line State. Charleston, SC: History Press, 2008.

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Cox, William V. "The Defenses of Washington: General Early's Advance on the Capital and the Battle of Fort Stevens, July 11 and 12, 1864." Rec. of Col. Hist. Soc., 4 (1901): 135-65.

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Craighead, Sandra G., comp. "Index of Maryland and West Virginia Civil War Colored Troopers and Their 'Loyal Slaveowners.'" Journal of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society 15 (1996): 40-50.

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Crandall, Gil. “The Civil War in Annapolis, Part VI: Let’s Kidnap the Governor!” Anne Arundel County History Notes, 37 (January 2006): 3-4.

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Cunz, Dieter. “The Maryland Germans in the Civil War.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 100 (Fall 2005): 359-81.

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Curran, Thomas F. "Acclaim, Blame, and Civil War Memory: The Case of the Kidnapping of Two Union Generals." West Virginia History, 57 (1998): 27-45.
Category: Military | Civil War

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Daniels, Marc. "McClellan after Antietam." Military Images, 12 (March 1991): 16-21.

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Davidson, Roger A., Jr. "'They Have Never Been Known to Falter': The First United States Colored Infantry in Virginia and North Carolina." Civil War Regiments 6 (1998): 1-26.

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Davidson, Roger Anderson, Jr. "Yankee Rivers, Rebel Shore: The Potomac Flotilla and Civil Insurrection in the Chesapeake Region." Ph.D. diss., Howard University, 2000.