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The Bugle is the quarterly journal of the Camp Curtin Historical Society and Civil War Round Table. It provides updates on Society business and activities and articles about various aspects of the Civil War.

On our “articles” page, you will find past articles from The Bugle on a variety of Civil War topics.

 

Below are full color copies of the most recent issues.

 

2008 No. 1 The Harrisburg Area on the Eve of the Civil War

2008 No. 2 Pennsylvanias Generals in Gray

2008 No. 3 Gettysburgs New Museum Brings The Entire Civil War Into Focus

2008 No. 4 The Organization and Operation of the Union Army

2009 No. 1 Dancing During the Civil War

2009 No. 2 Statues on the Pennsylvania Memorial at Gettysburg

2009 No. 3 Colors of the Blue - Union Battle Flags in the Civil War (Expanded Version)

2009 No. 4 The Colors of the Gray - The Flags of the Confederacy

2010 No. 1 The Gathering Storm

2010 No. 2 Civil War Era Photography

2010 No. 3 Flags of Pennsylvania's U. S. Colored Troops

2010 No. 4 1860 Election and Secession

2011 No. 1 The First Weeks of the War

2011 No. 2 The Real Battle of Sporting Hill: Part 1

2011 No. 3 The Real Battle of Sporting Hill: Part 2

2011 No. 4 Zouaves Tough Fighters in Colorful Uniforms

2012 No. 1 1862 Civil War Innovations and Firsts

2012 No. 2 Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan

2012 No. 3 The Inevitable Steps Toward Emancipation & Bloodiest Day for Civilians

2012 No. 4 Breechloaders: The Cutting Edge of Technology

2013 No. 1 The Invasion of Pennsylvania

2013 No. 2 Union Gettysburg Monuments & New Lemoyne Wayside Marker

2013 No. 3 The Gettysburg National Cemetery Dedication

2013 No. 4 The Marines at Gettysburg in 1922

2014 No. 1 The Big Guns Civil War Heavy Artillery

2014 No. 2 Sanitary Fairs Aided Northern War Effort

2014 No. 3 Election of 1864

2014 No. 4 Union Army Revolvers

2015 No. 1 Timeline to Final Victory

2015 No. 2 Remembering the War

2015 No. 3 Marking Local History

2015 No. 4 Preservation & Education

2016 No. 1 Civil War Swords & Sabres

2016 No. 2 Harrisburg Civil War Days

2016 No. 3 Civil War Signaling

2016 No. 4 Lee’s Gettysburg Headquarters Restored

2017 No. 1 Civil War Days in Harrisburg

2017 No. 2 Railroads in the Civil War

2017 No. 3 Civil War Editorial Cartoons

2017 No. 4 The Gettysburg Cyclorama

2018 No. 1 Civil War Days in Harrisburg Area

2018 No. 2 Maj. Gen John Geary 

2018 No. 3 Union Army Enlisted Uniforms & Equipment

2018 No. 4 The Civil War in Winter

2019 No. 1 Dauphin County Civil War Monument

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