TOC: The Civil War Monitor


The Civil War Monitor: Vol. 4, No. 3 (Fall 2014)



"Broken Promise" by Glenn W. LaFantasie
Robert E. Lee was the Confederacy's greatest general. But did he live up to the legacy of his own military hero?

"Early Winter Sunset" by Patrick Brennan
In the decisive struggle for Nashville, Tennessee, in December 1864, Confederate general John Bell Hood lost not only a battle but also his army—and the Confederacy's last chance at winning the war in the West.

New online Civil War collections from the Library of Congress

Hi all,

Since the academic year is just about to get underway for many on the list, I wanted to let you know about three Civil War-related collections in the Manuscript Division that have recently been digitized and posted to the Library of Congress website. They are chock full of primary source material that may be helpful for classroom use, student papers, scholarly articles, dissertations, books, or just for general interest.

Call for Papers: Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association

The Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association is now accepting articles for its 2015 and 2016 editions. The journal is devoted to publishing the best scholarship on Lincoln’s life, legacy, and literature. As the official journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association, the JALA strives to maintain a high level of scholarly excellence while providing readable and informative content.

Arkansas Historical Association CFP

Call for Presentations

To Bind up the Nation’s Wounds

Arkansas Historical Association 74th Annual Conference
April 9-11, 2015
West Memphis, Arkansas

The Arkansas Historical Association (AHA) invites presentation proposals for its 74th annual conference in West Memphis, April 9-11, 2015. We are seeking papers treating health care, peacemaking, or healing in Arkansas history, as well as ones focused on the final year of the Civil War in Arkansas.


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