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  Volume 7, Number 3, September 1961

Table of Contents

Introduction

pp. 229-230
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Railroads in the Confederacy

pp. 231-238
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The Baltimore and Ohio—First in War

pp. 239-254
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The Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac, 1861-1865

pp. 255-263
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The Role of Railroads in the Atlanta Campaign

pp. 264-271
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A Gallery of Civil War Railroads

pp. 272-272l
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The Illinois Central: Thoroughfare for Freedom

pp. 273-287
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Lee's Last Lifeline: The Richmond & Danville

pp. 288-298
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North Carolina Railroads during the Civil War

pp. 298-309
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Were the Southern Railroads Destroyed by the Civil War?

pp. 310-320
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The Continuing War

pp. 321-325
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Notes and Queries

pp. 326-332
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The Hidden Face of the Civil War (review)

pp. 333-334
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The Real Abraham Lincoln (review)

pp. 334-335
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Inferno at Petersburg (review)

pp. 335-336
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Charles Francis Adams: 1807-1886 (review)

pp. 336-337
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Rebellion in Missouri: 1861 (review)

pp. 337-338
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Colonel Edward D. Baker: Lincoln's Constant Ally (review)

pp. 338-339
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The Crusade against Slavery, 1830-1860 (review)

pp. 339-340
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Matthew Fontaine Maury and Joseph Henry: Scientists of the Civil War (review)

pp. 340-341
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Book Notes

pp. 342-350
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Research Areas

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