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Your search in the category "Civil War" returned 460 results in 23 pages.

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Keller, S. Roger. Events of The Civil War in Washington County, Maryland. Shippensburg, Md.: Burd Street Press, 1995.

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Kimmel, Ross M. "Enlisted Uniforms of the Maryland Confederate Infantry: A Case Study." Military Collector and Historian, 41 (Fall 1989): 98-108; 41 (Winter 1989): 183-88.
Category: Military | Civil War

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Kimmel, Ross M. "The Confederate Infantryman at Antietam, 1862." Military Illustrated: Past and Present, 17 (February/March 1989): 8-15.

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Kimmel, Ross M. “‘I Am Busy Drawing Pictures’.” Civil War Times Illustrated, 41 (May 2002): 38-44.

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Kirby, Walter J. Roll Call: The Civil War in Kent County. Silver Spring, MD: Family Line Publications, 1985.

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Knott, Steven W. “Lee at Antietam: Strategic Imperatives, the Tyranny of Arithmetic, and a Trap not Sprung.” Army History, 95 (Spring 2015): 32-40.

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Kolste, Lamonte. “In Disordered Haste: The Union Army on Howard County’s National Pike July 10, 1864, Part I.” The Legacy, 49 (Fall 2012): 1, 3.

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Kolste, Lamonte. “Postscript: The Simple Diary of a Union Private after Wallace’s Howard County Retreat—July 10, 1864.” The Legacy, 50 (Winter 2013): 1, 3.

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Konrad, Kevin, Manon Parry, and Diane Wendt. “Recollections of a Civil War Nurse: The Diary of Amanda Akin.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 106 (Spring 2011): 94-110.

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Kummerow, Burt. “The Season of Antietam: Recalling the Civil War’s Bloodiest Day.” MdHS News, (Fall 2012): 20-24.

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Lamb, John. A Strange Engine of War: The Winans Steam Gun and the Civil War in Maryland. Baltimore: Chesapeake Book Company, 2011.

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Large, George R. and Joe A. Swisher. Antietam: The Official History of the Maryland Campaign of 1862 by the Antietam Battlefield Board. Shippensburg, Pa.: Burd Street Press, 1998.

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Leeke, Jim. "Hundred-Days Men: The Ohio National Guard in the Civil War." Timeline, 17 (no. 4, 2000): 24-39.
Category: Military | Civil War

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Leepson, Marc. Desperate Engagement. New York: Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin’s Press, 2007.

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Leepson, Marc. “The ‘Great Rebel Raid’.” Civil War Times, 46 (August 2007): 22-29.

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Levin, Alexandra Lee. "A Wounded Confederate Soldier's Letter from Fort McHenry." Maryland Historical Magazine, 73 (December 1978): 394-96.

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Long, Robert L. Valor in a Border State: Confederate Soldiers of St. Mary’s County, Maryland. n.p.: CreateSpace, 2012.

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Longacre, Edward G. "On the Road to Antietam: Letters of Edward G. Wightman of 'Hawkins's Zouaves.'" Maryland Historical Magazine, 75 (December 1980): 324-34.

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Losson, Christopher Thomas. "Jacob Dolson Cox: A Military Biography." Ph.D. diss., University of Mississippi, 1993.

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Lowry, Thomas P. “The Forgotten General.” Civil War Times, 46 (September 2007): 47- 49.