I wanted you to know that I received the link to the latest North-South issue. Also, to let you know that you are not only beating the competition, you are annihilating them. This issue was fantastic! I read every feature article and loved them all. To boot, there are eight major articles, all with exceptional content, photos, and/or maps—it is just incredible! The range of topics you covered was amazing. I was fascinated by the articles on the Sam Gaty incident and Cuvier Grover’s brigade at Second Bull Run, the conclusion of the Cedar Mountain article, the heavily researched article on McClellan and the lost order, Diane Smith’s research process on her book re conflicts within the Union command during the Overland Campaign, the one on Kentucky’s peculiar institution, the one on the Copperhead publication, and last but not least that on the Battle of Fair Oaks. America’s Civil War and Civil War Times, by contrast, in their latest issues each have just two feature articles of no more than six or seven pages. It is pretty clear to me that their target market is people interested in popular history. Your magazine by contrast is the only magazine for serious students of the Civil War. I honestly don’t know how you’re going to keep up the level  of quality at a monthly pace, but hats off to you!

Curtis Thomasco

Kingston, IL

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“North & South is an outstanding source of information on the Civil War, and an invaluable acquisition for anyone interested in the war.”

James M. McPherson

 

Pulitzer prize-winning author of Battle Cry of Freedom and past-president of the American Historical Association

“Truly impressive . . . combines all that is best in Civil War publishing,”

Steven Woodworth

 

Author of Jefferson Davis and His Generals

North & South is a . . . magic mixture of first-rate scholarship and exciting, creative writing.”

 

T. Michael Parrish

 

QUOTATIONS (READERS)

“Ho hum, I thought, another magazine. But then I saw it, and it’s the best I ever saw. Fabulous!”

Tom Sullivan, Connecticut

 

“If you read only one Civil War magazine, make it North & South.

Paul Nixon, Los Angeles

 

“Fantastic. I learned more from your pages in one year, than 25 years of the other.”

John Gorto, Ishpeming, MI

 

“I have been reading Civil War magazines for many years . . .  I find North & South [to be] the best . . . ever.”

Jean Andra, Logan, Utah

 

“What I like is that you are interested in history, not the propaganda of North or South.”

Ken White, Dallas, TX

 

“There never was a Civil War magazine like this.”

Matt Boyd, Austin, TX

 

QUOTATIONS CONTINUED

North & South magazine, published from 1997 to 2013, is widely regarded as the best Civil War magazine ever published. Packed with ground-breaking analysis and discussion by a veritable who’s who of leading historians, its feature articles alone are the equivalent of more than 500 condensed books covering every aspect of the Civil War—causes of the war, secession, politics, strategy and tactics, battles and generals, weapons, economics, irregular warfare, the home front, military intelligence, etc., etc.

Whatever facet of the war you are looking for—from Confederate school books to early attempts at biological warfare to wartime journalism to the role of the churches in secession—it can be found in the pages of North & South.

The new digital version is a mini-Civil War library unto itself, with the added advantage of being in the form of searchable PDF files.

“What I like is that you are interested in history, not in propaganda of either North or South.”

Ken White, Dallas, TX

 

North&South is an outstanding source of information on the Civil War, and an invaluable acquisition for anyone interested in the war.”
James M. McPherson, Pulitzer prize-winning author of Battle Cry of Freedom and past-president of the American Historical Association

 

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