Heroes of the Home Front
Women’s shining deeds honored their country.
By Kathleen Maher
Connecticut’s Naval Contributions to the Civil War
Glastonbury’s Gideon Welles brings order out of chaos.
By William N. Peterson
Connecticut Arms the Union
Rifles, revolvers, and shells that sound “like the shriek of a demon.”
By Dean E. Nelson
Memorials to a Nation Preserved
The great sacrifice remembered in stone and bronze.
By Matthew Warshauer and Mary M. Donohue
Did Civil War veterans suffer from PTSD?
By Michael Sturges
Hog River Journal: What About Connecticut in the Civil War?
By Matthew Warshauer
From the State Historian: The Final Journey of Nathaniel Lyon. By Walter W. Woodward
||Heroes of the Home Front. By Kathleen Maher
||The War Comes to Town:
Madison Meets a Call for Troops. By Paulette Clark Kaufmann
The Peace Movement in Litchfield. By Julie Frey Leone
||Site Lines: Black Abolitionists Speak. By Cora Murray and Whitney Bayers
||Connecticut Arms the Union. By Dean E. Nelson
|The 29th Regiment Colored Volunteers. By Charles (Ben) Hawley
||Memorials to a Nation Preserved. By Matthew Warshauer and Mary M. Donohue
||Soldier’s Heart. By Michael Sturges
||The Fisk Jubilee Singers Tour the North. By Frank Mitchell
||Re: collections: Battle Flags. By Gerry Caughman
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