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Volume 27, Number 2, Spring 2011

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The Civil War and the Transformation of the Hudson River Valley, Mark James Morreale

With Victory Perched Upon Their Eagles: Civil War Flags from the New York State Battle Flag Collection, Christopher Morton

“All is excitement and anxiety here”: A New York Family’s Experience of the Civil War, Diane Shewchuk

The West Point Education of the “Christian General”: Oliver Otis Howard, 1850-1861, Jonathan Howard Lawler

“Rally ‘round the Flag”: Frederic Edwin Church and the Civil War, Kevin J. Avery

Letters Home: Carrie Niles’ Correspondence with New York’s Volunteers, Gail Goldsmith

“A Labor of Love and Patriotism”: The Artistic and Historic Legacy of Albany’s General Philip H. Sheridan Memorial, Valerie A. Balint

Regional History Forum

Mid-Hudson Antislavery History Project, Amy Jacaruso

Regional Writing

Through the Window of the Valley Medical Building in January, Raphael Kosek

Book Reviews

Letting Go, by Raphael Kosek, reviewed by Judith Saunders

Red Rain, Bruce Murkoff, reviewed by Tommy Zurhellen

Arsenic and Clam Chowder: Murder in Gilded Age New YorkJames D. Livingston, reviewed by Eileen Curley

New & Notable Civil War Fiction, Mark James Morreale