Editorial Design – Hallowed Ground magazine – Civil War Trust quarterly publication

Chancellorsville Battlefield, VA by Theresa Rasmussen.

Griswoldville, GA by Evan Leavitt.

The Yellow Tavern Battlefield, VA by Jamie Betts Photo

The USS Niagara. Photo by James W. Smith

View from Little Round Top. Gettysburg, PA. Photography by Louis Quattrini

Monocacy Battlefield, Frederick, MD. Photo by Don Johnson.

Thicket at Haw’s Shop Battlefield, VA. Photo by Shenandoah Sanchez.

Antietam luminary ceremony. Photo by Frank Brennan.

Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. is a working theatre. To the right is the Presidential Box where John Wilkes Booth shot President Lincoln in 1865. Photo by James Salzano. Retouching by Ray Benjamin, Trilobyte Digital, NYC.

Appomattox Court House, VA. Photo by Nicholas Iverson.

Andersonville (Prison) National Military Cemetery, GA. Photo by Kevin King.

View of Devil’s Den from Little Round Top. Gettysburg, PA. Photo by Louis Quattrini

Barrel of a cannon at Fort McAllister, GA by David Davis.

The USS Constitution in drydock being refurbished. Photo by Paul Jarvie.

Chattanooga from across the Tennessee River. Photo by Justin Holder.

Minute Man National Historical Park, Lexington, MA. Photo by Vath Sok.

The Bloody Lane at Antietam National Battlefield, Sharpsburg, MD. by Noel Benadom.

The Slaughter Pen Farm, Fredericksburg, VA Photography by Kelly Schneider.

The Battle of Yellow Tavern, VA TODAY. Photo by Jamie Betts Photo.

Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman by the Library of Congress.

The Wilderness at Chancellorsville Battlefield, Va. Photo by Jamie Betts Photo.

Chancellorsville Battlefield, Va. by Jamie Betts Photo.

Stones River Battlefield, Murfreesboro, TN by Buddy Secor.

Story about the United States Colored Troops. Photo by James Salzano.

Devil’s Den by Derek Flaig. Signage Photo by Andrew Wagner. Gettysburg, PA.

The Wilderness at Chancellorsville Battlefield, Va. Photo by Jamie Betts Photo.

Knoxville, Tennessee on the Tennessee River. Photo by Rob Holland.

Cemetery Ridge, site of Pickett's Charge, Gettysburg, PA. Photography by David Davis

Monocacy Battlefield, Frederick, MD. Photo by Craig Kuhn.

Chickamauga Battlefield, one of the bloodiest in the Civil War. Photo by Mike Talplacido.

Gettysburg National Military Park, PA by William Brozy.

Feature opener about Sherman’s Atlanta Campaign. Type by Bowne Printers, photo by James Salzano. Trail at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield by William Brawley.

Story about the Siege of Vicksburg. Photo by Mike Talplacido.

Feature story about Andersonville Prison in Georgia. Photo by Adam Smith.

Road leading away from Dr. Samuel Mudd’s home where John Wilkes Booth stopped to have his broken leg set. Near Waldorf, MD. Photo by Buddy Secor.

Reenactors at the Pamplin Battlefield Historical Park, Petersburg, VA. Photo by James Salzano

The Stones' River National Military Cemetery, Murfreesboro, TN. Photo by Malcolm Macgregor.

The Railroad Cut at Gettysburg, PA. Photo by Nancy J. Cox.

The Stones River Battlefield by Violet Clark.
Tombstone by Pattie Snowball. Retouching by Victoria Martinez.

Appomattox Court House, VA. Photo by Nicholas Iverson.

Newly cleared and preserved Fort Stedman. Petersburg, VA. Photo by Buddy Secor.

The last battlefield of the Civil War, Palmito Ranch, TX. Photo by Shenandoah Sanchez.

The last battlefield of the Civil War, Palmito Ranch, TX. Photo by Shenandoah Sanchez.

Feature about the horrifying “Harvest of Death” pics taken at the Rose Farm after the battle of Gettysburg by Alexander Gardner.

The actual derringer used by John Wilkes Booth to assassinate President Lincoln. Right: Lincoln’s Brooks Brothers suit allegedly worn the night of his assassination at Ford’s Theatre. Photos by James Salzano, retouching by Ray Benjamin, Trilobyte Digital, NYC.

Photography by James Salzano

Photo by James Salzano

Georgia Cotton Field by Mike Raker.

Various battlefields around Georgia affected by Sherman’s March to the Sea. Photos by David Davis and Evan Leavitt.

Photos by James Salzano

Cemetery at Stones River Battlefield. Photo by Malcolm MacGregor.

Table of Contents. Summer 2013. Photo by the National Park Service.

The Gowanus Canal formerly Gowanus Creek where hundreds of American Patriots drowned retreating from the British during the Revolutionary War. Photo by Jason Wickersty.

Knife created by Confederate soldiers in jail, used to break out of a Union POW camp. Photo by James Salzano, retouching by Ray Benjamin, Trilobyte Digital.

Brandy Station Battlefield Park, VA. Photo by Buddy Secor, taken during a meteor shower, August 2015.

Little Round Top, Gettysburg National Military Park, PA. Photo by Debby Pittenturf.

Kips Bay where the British first landed in the Revolutionary War during the Battle of Brooklyn/New York. Photo by James Salzano.

Bullet-pocked wall still standing in Franklin, TN. Photo by Mike Talplacido.

Feature about every day citizens who made up the armies in the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and the Civil War. Reenactor images by Chris Gibbs. ChrisGibbs.com

Feature about every day citizens who made up the armies in the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and the Civil War. Reenactor images by Chris Gibbs. ChrisGibbs.com

Feature about every day citizens who made up the armies in the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and the Civil War. Reenactor images by Chris Gibbs. ChrisGibbs.com

Feature about every day citizens who made up the armies in the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and the Civil War. Reenactor images by Chris Gibbs. ChrisGibbs.com

Hanging Rock Battleground and Monument, Bethune, SC. Photo by Brian Keeley.

Gettysburg National Military Park, PA. Photo by Lynn Light Heller.

Night scene shot at the Appomattox CourtHouse 150th Anniversary celebration (where Lee surrendered to Grant in 1865 in Virginia). Photo by Shenandoah Sanchez.

Monocacy Battlefield, Frederick, MD. Photo by Craig Kuhn.

Gettysburg, PA. Photo by Joe Ryan.

Manassas National Battlefield. Photo by EugeneD.

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