The Family Issue, in which brothers, husbands and wives, fathers and sons, and great-grandfathers and great-grandsons come together to show that history is, after all, a family affair
"Kady Brownell": photo by Jack W. Melton, Jr.; composition by Jack W. Melton, Jr., Peggy Melton, and Stephen W. Sylvia; artifact courtesy Chris Gorges; please see our cover story on p. 41.
The Regifted Regift by Daniel J. Binder
A precious gift from a father comes home26
Carved Bullets & Soldier Art by Quindy Robertson
The author isn’t the only one in the family with a great collection34
Charles Tobey’s War Years by John Gross
Contact with a soldier’s descendant brings stunning photos to light40 COVER STORY
Kady Brownell: Lady of Combat by Chris Gorges
Husband and wife forge a love story in the trenches
GAR Canteen Connection by Nancy Dearing Rossbacher with Richard Allen Brownell, Sr.
Yes, two Brownells in one issue—what are the odds?
Brothers in Arms: 7th New York Heavy Artillery by Ryan Houston
In the fray at Cold Harbor
The Artillerists’ Corner: Accurate Projectile Names by Jack W. Melton, Jr.
A Dyer is to a Burton as a Tennessee sabot is to a ... what?64
The Relic Swap by Stephen M. Henry
There’s blood kin and then there’s the family of the heart