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NSTCW Vol. 36 No. 2
Item #: NST36-2
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North South Trader's Civil War, Vol. 36 No. 2, 2012

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"Southern Exposure: The Life and Times of C.R. Rees." Please see our cover story by D.A. Serrano on p. 30. Artifacts courtesy the Liljenquist Collection, Library of Congress.

Contents

22

Captured Confederate Whitworths by Jack W. Melton, Jr.

The South had them. The North took them. And used them.

30 COVER STORY

Southern Exposure: The Life and Times of C.R. Rees by D.A. Serrano

When is an image not just an image? When it's a Rees.

38

"God and my Country":de L'Isle's Dufilho Sword by Jeffrey F. Addicott

Beautiful blade created as the Confederate sun set on New Orleans
 
42

Buttons in his Blood: Conversation with William Hays by Quindy Robertson

Don't let the expression fool you. He's a peach.
 
46

 

The London Branch of American Civil War Veterans: Hands Across the Water by Michael Hammerson

A British collector honors the British vets

54

John Shull, 12th New Jersey by Brian Shull, with Andrew Shull

The publisher finds it; the descendants present it
 
65

Lowcountry Dreams Come True by Mark Madden and Keith Nixon

A South Carolina plantation proves to be the field—er, jungle—of dreams
 
69
Journey of a Rebel Jacket by Frederick R. Adolphus
 
A Southern lady gives an Illinois POW clothing to stay warm
 
 
PLUS Field Recoveries, Letters to the Editor, From the Trenches, Publisher's Forum, Collectors' Calendar, and Trader's Corner
 

 


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