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1. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - The Smithsonian During the Civil War, By Kathleen W. Dorman, Associate Editor, Joseph Henry Papers, Institutional ... ••••

2. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - Smithsonian Features Civil War Images from National Museum of Health & Medicine ••••

3. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - "Man of Mark," Solomon G. Brown ••••

4. Smithsonian Civil War Studies | A program of The Smithsonian Associates | Smithsonian Institution •••

5. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Study Leader Profile - Ed Bearss •••

6. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Study Leader Profile - Gary Scott •••

7. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Seminar Review--The Critical Role of Women in the Civil, with Edward Smith< •••

8. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - John F. Hartranft: Pennsylvania General and Governor, by Dr. Lawrence E. Keener-Farley •••

9. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Book Review - Breaking the Backbone of the Rebellion - The Final Battles of the Petersburg Campaign, by A. Wilson Greene •••

10. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Biography - Washington Augustus Roebling - Civil War Engineer and Professional Civil Engineer •••

11. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Seminar and Book Review - How Robert E. Lee Lost the Civil War, by Edward Bonekemper III •••

12. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Seminar Review - The Real Stonewall Jackson, presented by James I. Robertson, Jr. •••

13. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - 2002 Jeannette Cabell Coley •••

14. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Biography - Mary Ann Hall, 19th Century Entrepreneur •••

15. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article -The Monocacy Aqueduct •••

16. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Seminar Review - Homelands and Waterways: The American Journey of the Bond Family 1846-1926, by Adele Logan Alexander •••

17. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - Passover in a Civil War Camp, by Judith Dormann •••

18. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Book Review: Act of Justice: Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation and the Law of War, by Burrus Carnahan, edited by David Rachels •••

19. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - Why Did Women Fight in the Civil War? •••

20. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Book Review - Surviving the Confederacy: Rebellion, Ruin, and Recovery - Roger and Sara Pryor During the Civil War, by John ... •••
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