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NSTCW Vol. 39 No. 5
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NSTCW Vol. 39 No. 5


Contents
In addition to regular columns such as Field Recoveries (which features a special Youth Division section), this issue contains the following feature articles:


22
Hunting with Bocephus
by Stephen W. Sylvia
Out in the field with multitalented Hank Williams, Jr.


26
Presentation Sword of Capt. Digman, 183rd PVI
by Scott Newkirk
A 40-year search meets with success


34
The Legacy of Horace Dimick
by N.D. Rossbacher and Stephen W. Sylvia
Western Sharpshooter fort sheds light


40
COVER STORY: Stephen Russell Mallory's Colt Navy
by Mike Wisdom
Sidearm of the CSA's only secretary of the navy


50
Wartime Water Filter
by John Davidson
The moral: Throw away nothing


58
James Merritt Wetherbee: Illinois Infantry Guerilla Fighter
by Fred Gaede
When a "cavalryman" image isn't


62
Reproductions: Some Hints and Clues
by Roger S. Durham
Tips about some oldtime reproductions


70
Wagonload of Relics
by Robert Painter
Rhode Island artillery camp finds in Virginia


72
Iron CS Oval Die
by Frederick R. Adolphus
Input welcome on this unusual "doorstop"

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