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BOOK COLLECTION CATALOG LIST
Gen. Cullen Andrews. THIRD
ALABAMA! The Civil War
Memoir of Brigadier General Cullen Andrews Battle, CSA.
Edited by Brandon H. Beck.
Tuscaloosa, AL: Univ. of AL Press, ©2000, 180 pp., Illus.,
Index, Cloth, Fine, d.j., $20.
R. T. FROM HUNTSVILLE TO
APPOMATTOX: R. T. Cole’s History of 4th Regiment, Alabama
Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A., Army of Northern Virginia.
Edited by Jeffrey D. Stocker.
Knoxville, TN: Univ. of Tennessee Press, ©1996, 318 pp., Illus.,
Index, Cloth, Fine, d.j. $27.
Maj. William Morel and Emily Beck Moxley
OH, WHAT A LOANSOME TIME I HAD: The Civil War Letters of Major
William Morel Moxel, Eighteenth Alabama Infantry, and Emily Beck Moxley.
Edited by Thomas W. Cutrer.
Tuscaloosa, AL: Univ. of Alabama Press, ©2002, 182 pp., Illus.,
Index, Cloth, Fine, d.j. with minimal scuffing, $22.
J. Gary and Morris M. Penny. LAW’S
ALABAMA BRIGADE IN THE WAR BETWEEN THE UNION AND THE CONFEDERACY.
Shippensburg, PA: White Mane Publishing Company, ©1996, 458
pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine, d.j., $20.
Capt. Ujanirtus. CAMPAIGNING
WITH “OLD STONEWALL”: Confederate Captain Ujanirutus Allen’s
Letters to His Wife. Edited
by Randall Allen and Keith S. Bohannon, (Co. F, 21st
Georgia Volunteer Infantry), Baton Rouge, LA: LSU Press, ©1998,
282 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine, d.j., $25.
Berry. BERRY BENSON’S
CIVIL WAR BOOK: Memoirs of a Confederate Scout and Sharpshooter.
Edited by Susan Williams Benson.
Athens, GA: Univ. of Georgia Press, ©1992 Reprint, 203 pp.,
Cloth, Very Good, d.j., $17.
Robertson, Elizabeth Whitley. WEEP NOT FOR ME, DEAR MOTHER. (16th Georgia Regiment) Gretna, LA: Pelican Publishing Co., Inc., ©1998, 168 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Very Good, d.j., $15.
Warren and Steven E. Woodworth. A
SCYTHE OF FIRE: A Civil War Story of the Eighth Georgia Infantry
Regiment. NY: William
Morrow (Harpers Collins Pub.), ©2002 1st Ed., 340 pp.,
Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine (like new), d.j., $20.
Geroge F. SOLDIERING
WITH SHERMAN: The Civil War Letters of George F. Cram.
(125th Illinois Infantry) Edited by
Jennifer Cain Bohrnstedt. Introduction by Orville Vernon Burton. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois Univ. Press, ©2000, 210 pp.,
Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine (like new), d.j., $20.
Terrence J. THE CIVIL
WAR DIARY OF A COMMON SOLDIER: William Wiley of the 77th
Illinois Infantry. Baton
Rouge, LA: LSU Press, ©2001, 1st Ed., 216 pp., Illus.,
Index, Cloth, Fine, d.j., $20.
Orville. Narrative of
the Service of the SEVENTH INDIANA INFANTRY in the War of the Union. (Army of the Potomac Series - 2nd Vol.)
Baltimore, MD: Butternut & Blue, 2nd Vol.
Reprint ©1993 with New Material, 254 pp., Index, Cloth, Fine (like
William C. DIARY OF A
CONFEDEARATE SOLDIER: John S. Jackman of the Orphan Brigade. Columbia, SC: Univ. of SC, ©1990, 174 pp., Illus.,
Index, Cloth, Fine (like new), Crisp, d.j. (w/small tear on back cover
of d.j.), $12.
William C. THE ORPHAN
BRIGADE: The Kentucky Confederates Who Couldn’t Go Home.
©1980, 318 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Good, d.j. good (d.j.
shows some wear)(inscription by author to previous owner), $20.
Edward O. BLUEGRASS
CONFEDERATE: The Headquarters Diary of Edward O. Guerrant.
Edited by Wm. C. Davis & Meredith L. Swentor.
Baton Rouge, LA: LSU Press, ©1999, 716 pp., Index, Cloth,
Fine (like new), d.j., $25.
A. D., Editor. JOHNNY
GREEN OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE: The Journal of A Confederate Soldier.
Univ. of Kentucky Press, ©2002 Reprint,
218 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, New, d.j., $30.
Bergeron, Arthur W. GUIDE TO LOUISIANA CONFEDERATE MILITARY UNITS 1861-1865.
Rouge, LA: LSU Press, ©1989, Cloth, New, in shrink-wrap, d.j., $30.
James P. IRISH REBLES
CONFEDERATE TIGERS: A History of the 6th Louisiana
Volunteers, 1861-1865. Campbell,
CA: Savas Publishing, ©1998, 1st Hardcover Ed., 453 pp.,
Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine (like new), $25.
Nathaniel Cheairs, Jr. THE
PRIDE OF THE CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY: The Washington Artillery in the Army
of Tennessee. Baton
Rouge, LA: LSU Press, ©1997, 384 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine (like
new), d.j., $25.
Terry L. LEE’S TIGERS:
The Louisiana Infantry in the Army of Northern Virginia.
Baton Rouge, LA: LSU Press, Cloth, New (in shrink wrap), d.j.,
Seymour, Capt. William J. THE CIVIL WAR MEMOIRS OF CAPTAIN WILLIAM J. SEYMOUR: Reminiscences of a Louisiana Tiger. Ed. w/ Intro. by Terry L. Jones. Baton Rouge, LA: LSU Press, ©1991, 162 pp., Index, Cloth, Fine, d.j., $17.
Edwin B. THE CAMPAIGNS
OF THE SEVENTH MAINE. Gaithersburg,
MD: Butternut, Reprint, ©1987 with New Materials, 334 pp., Appendix,
Cloth, Fine (like new), $40.
Kevin Conley. MARYLAND’S
BLUE & GRAY: A Border State’s Union and Confederate Junior Officer
Corps. Baton Rouge, LA:
LSU Press, ©1997, 428 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine (like new), d.j.
Raymond J. THESE MEN
HAVE SEEN HARD SERVICE: The First Michigan Sharpshooters in the Civil
War. Detroit, MI: Wayne
State Univ. Press, ©1998, 566 pp., Illus., Maps, Index, Cloth, Fine
(like new), d.j., $30.
Karla Jean & Edited by Eric Wittenberg.
UNDER CUSTER’S COMMAND: The Civil War Journal of James Henry
Avery. Dulles, VA:
Brassey’s, ©2000, 185 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Very Good, d.j.
(only slight 1-in. scuff at top edge), $18.
Stephen W. FOR COUNTRY,
CAUSE & LEADER: The Civil War Journal of Charles B. Haydon. New York, NY: Ticknor & Fields, ©1993, 371 pp.,
Index, Cloth, Fine (like new), d.j., $12.
Phil. IN DEADLY EARNEST:
THE MISSOURI BRIGADE. Foreword
by Edwin C. Bearss. Columbia,
WA, ©1992, Cloth, New (in shrink wrap), d.j., $22.
Hess, Earl J., Editor. A GERMAN IN THE YANKEE FATHERLAND: THE CIVIL WAR
LETTERS OF HENRY A. KIRCHNER. First
person accounts of The Civil War from a young German who served in the 9th
Illinois (a German unit from Western Illinois) and 12th
Missouri Infantry. Kent,
Ohio: Kent State Univ. Press, ©1983, 169 pp., Frontis: port., Index, Illus.,
Maps. Wear on top and
bottom of spine and d.j., Cloth, $20.
Jerry. A HISTORY OF THE
15TH MISSOURI CAVALRY REGIMENT, C.S.A. 1862-1865.
Doniphan, MO: Ponder Books, ©1994, paperback, 196 pp.,
Illus., Index, Good (small scratches on cover), $14.
Tucker, Phillip Thomas. THE SOUTH’S FINEST: The First Missouri Confederate Brigade from Pea Ridge to Vicksburg. Shippensburg, PA, ©1993, Cloth, New (in shrink wrap), d.j., $20.
Joseph G. THREE ROUSING
CHEERS: A HISTORY OF THE FIFTEENTH NEW JERSEY FROM FLEMINGTON TO
NJ: Longhouse Street, ©1993, 462 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth,
Fine, d.j., $35.
John. GIVE IT TO THEM,
JERSEY BLUES! A History of
the 7th Regiment, New Jersey Veteran Volunteers in the Civil
War. Highstown © 1998,
Cloth, New, d.j., in shrink wrap, $30.
Isaac T. HISTORIC DAYS
IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY, NEW JERSEY 1855-1865: Political and War Time
Reprint by Robt. and Thomas Lacovara. 257 pp., Illus., Leather, Fine
(like new), inscript. by publ., $40.
Robert. CARNIVAL OF
BLOOD: The Civil War Ordeal of the Seventh New York Heavy Artillery. (A. of P.
Series) Balt.: Butternut & Blue, ©1998, 1st ed.
Limited to 1,000 copies, 565 pp., Illus., Index, Appendixes, like new,
J. M. DIARY OF A YOUNG
ARMY OFFICER. (Army of
the Potomac Series) (57th New York Infantry), Leather,
New (in shrink wrap), $35.
Swinfen, David B.
RUGGLES’ REGIMENT: THE 122ND NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS IN THE
AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. Hanover,
NH: Univ. Press of New England, ©1982, 159 pp., Oblong 8vo, Cloth, Very
Good, d.j., $15.
Carolina in the War Between the States – Vol. 1) Hill,
Daniel Harvey. BETHEL TO SHARPSBURG.
Wilmington, NC, Reprint ©1993, Cloth, New (in shrink wrap),
$35; Set of 2 Vol. for $60.
Carolina in the War Between the States – Vol. 2). Hill,
Daniel Harvey. BETHEL TO SHARPSBURG.
Wilmington, NC, Reprint ©1993, Cloth, New (in shrink
wrap), $35; Set of 2 Vol. for $60.
Capt. Henry A. DIARY OF
CAPTAIN HENRY A. CHAMBERS. Edited
by T. H. Pearce, Wendell, NC: Broadfoot’s Boomark, ©1983, 290 pp.,
Index, Cloth, Fine, $40.
Chapman, Craig S. MORE TERRIBLE THAN VICTORY: NORTH CAROLINA'S BLOODY
BETHEL REGIMENT, 1861-1865. Brassey's,
Inc., ©1998, 358 pp., Hard cover, Leather, Fine, d.j., $12.
Clark, Walter, Editor.
HISTORIES OF THE SEVERAL REGIMENTS AND BATTALIONS FROM NORTH
CAROLINA IN THE GREAT WAR. Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot, ©1982 [facsimile of the 1901
E. M. Uzzell ed.
] 8vo. in gray cloth,
with gold text and designs on spine and front board.
Fine (like new).
Title text on spine reads NORTH CAROLINA REGIMENTS 1861-'65. Text on
reads FIRST AT BETHEL/FARTHEST TO THE FRONT AT GETTYSBURG AND
CHICKAMAUGA/LAST AT APPOMATTOX, Vol. 1 is 783 pages; Vol. 2 is 807
pages; Vol. 3 is 761 pages; Vol. 4 is 772 pages; Vol. 5 is 859 pp.,
Manarin, Louis and
Jordan,Weymouth T., Jr., Compilers.
CAROLINA TROOPS 1861-1865, A ROSTER.
NC: State Division of Archives and History, ©1966-1990. 14 vols, 4
to. Original cloth. The dustjackets are in very
good condition with a rare small tear or rumple, several volumes are
still in shrink-wrap. This massive undertaking lists all Confederate
soldiers who served in North Carolina regiments with brief biographies
of each together. Each
volume is approx. between 600 & 700+ pages.
Complete with subsequent Addenda’s for most volumes.
Extremely rare to find all 14 volumes together, with Addenda, and
in very good/near new condition. $2,000.
W. A. THE ANSON GUARDS:
The History of Company C, Fourteenth Regiment of North Carolina
Volunteers 1861-1865, Army of Northern Virginia.
Wendell, NC: Broadfoot, ©1978 Reprint, 368 pp., Illus.,
Index, Cloth, Fine, $25.
H. C. HISTORICAL SKETCH
OF THE PEE DEE GUARDS, (Company D, 23rd North Carolina
Regiment,) From 1861-1865. Gaithersburg,
MD: Butternut, ©? Reprint, 100 pp., Cloth, Very Good (“Review Copy”
written in front cover), $12.
Wellman, Manly Wade. REBEL BOAST: FIRST AT BETHEL, LAST AT APPOMATTOX.
Holt, Publisher, ©1956, 1st Ed., 317
pp., sm., 8vo. Illus., Endpaper Maps ppd., Cloth,
Fine, d.j., in
mylar cover, $20.
Albert. TOM TAYLOR’S
CIVIL WAR. (47th
Ohio Infantry, Army of Tennessee) Lawrence, KS: Univ. Press of
Kansas, © 2000, 256 pp., Illus., Index, Fine, d.j., slightly scuffed on
the back only, $12.
Capt. H. W. RECOLLECTIONS
OF THE WAR OF THE REBELLION: A Story of the 2ND OHIO VOL.
CAVALRY 1861-1865. Wheaton,
IL: Wheaton History Center, ©1996, 257 pp., Map Key, Index, Cloth, New,
John H. HISTORY OF THE
126TH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.
Huntington, WV: Blue Acorn Press, Reprint ©2000, 327 pp.,
Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine (like new), $20.
Jim. A HUNDRED DAYS TO
RICHMOND: Ohio’s “Hundred Days” Men in the Civil War.
Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press, ©1999, 272 pp.,
Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine, d.j., $22.
Nixon B. DAN McCOOK’S
REGIMENT: 52ND OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY 1862-1865.
Huntington, WV: Blue Acorn Press, Reprint ©1999, 243 pp.,
Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine (like new), Crisp, d.j., $15.
J. Gregory. INSIDE THE
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC: The Civil War Experience of Captain Francis Adams
Donaldson (of the 118th PA Inf).
Mechanicsville, PA: Stackpole, ©1998, 500 pp., Illus.,
Index, Cloth, Fine (like new), d.j., $25.
THE 126th PENNSYLVANIA.
PA: Beidel Printing House, ©1984, 1st Ed., 182 pp., Index,
Illus., Cloth, d.j. (light wear to d.j.), Very Good, $35.
Gottfried, Bradley M. STOPPING PICKETT: THE HISTORY OF THE PHILADELPHIA
PA: White Mane, ©1999, 1st Ed., 270 pp., 27 Illus., 17 Maps,
Appendixes, Notes, Biblio., 8vo-over
7 ¾"-9 ¾" tall, Cloth,
Near Fine, small closed tear to d.j.,
Joseph W. THE STORY OF
OUR REGIMENT: HISTORY OF THE 148TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. Des
Moines, IA: The Kenyon Printing & MFG, Co., ©1904, 1096 pp., Tear
along inside front binding about 3 inches, small chip in back board,
Wear on spine, Otherwise in Good condition, (Rare!), $325.
Rawle, William B., et
al. HISTORY OF THE THIRD PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, 60TH REGIMENT
PENNSYLVANIA: PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS...1861-1865. Philadelphia, ©1905. 642 pp., Illus.,
Maps, Original Cloth.
Wear to cover and flaking on inside front board inside front two pp., (Rare!),
Skinner, George W.
PENNSYLVANIA AT CHICKAMAUGA AND CHATTANOOGA CEREMONIES AT THE
DEDICATION OF THE MONUMENTS ERECTED BY THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
TO MARK THE POSITIONS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA COMMANDS ENGAGED IN THE
BATTLES. Pennsylvania at Chickamauga & Chattanooga Battlefields Commission,
©1897; 499 pp., Illus., Exlibris, Red and Black Half-leather. Good,
Clean, edge worn copy. Leather spine and corners rubbed
as well as marbled board
edges, small chip out of rear board, Gilded edges, Interior solid, No
smell, Excellent compared to most, $50.
Stewart, Robert L. HISTORY OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTIETH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. This unit fought at Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. Philadelphia, PA, ©1912, 1st Ed., 504 pp., Index, Illus., Fold out map, Rosters, Cloth, Bright and Clean exterior, Remnants of library sticker inside front board and partial discard stamp, Library blind stamp on title page, but no exterior markings, Bright Boards with Bright Gilt titles on spine and front board, Near Fine, $225.
James J., III. THE
STRUCK EAGLE: A Biography of Brigadier General Micah Jenkins, and a
history of the Fifth South Carolina Volunteers and the Palmetto
Sharpshooters. Shippensburg, PA: Burd Street Press, ©1996, 471 pp.,
Cloth, Fine (like new), d.j., $27.
Edward, M. THE FALLING
FLAG: Evacuation of Richmond, Retreat and Surrender at Appomattox. (Boykin
was Lt. Col., 7th Reg., South Carolina Cavalry). Camden,
SC: J. J. Fox, Reprint ©1992, 67 pp., Cloth, Fine (like new),
Carolina Regimentals Series) Brooks, U. R. BUTLER
AND HIS CAVALRY in the WAR OF SECESSION 1861-1865.
Camden, SC: J. J. Fox, Reprint ©1989 (limited to 500 copies),
591 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine, $22.
Carolina Regimental Series) Hagood, Brig.-Gen. Johnson, C.S.A.
MEMOIRS OF THE WAR OF SECESSION From the Original Manuscripts
of Johnson Hagood. (I. Hagood’s 1st 12 Months S. C.
V. – II. Hagood’s Brigade) Camden, SC: J. J. Fox, Reprint ©1989,
496 pp., Maps, Index, Cloth, Fine, $25.
Frank M. REMINISCENCES
OF A PRIVATE. (Mixson
was in Company E of Hagood’s 1st SC Volunteers – Jenkins
Brigade 1861 – Lee’s Army 1865).
Camden, SC, Reprint
©1990, 130 pp., Illus., Cloth, Fine (like new), $17.
Reid, J. W.
OF THE FOURTH REGIMENT OF S.C. VOLUNTEERS.
OH: Morningside, ©1981 Reprint Ed., 143 pp., Cloth, Fine, $30.
Dick and Tally. FAR, FAR
FROM HOME: THE WARTIME LETTERS OF DICK AND TALLY SIMPSON, 3RD
SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS. Edited
and Compiled by Guy R. Everson & Edward W. Simpson, Jr. NY:
Oxford Univ. Press, ©1994, 316 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine
(like new), $25.
C. Irvine. Rolls and
Historical Sketch of the TENTH REGIMENT SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS in the
Army of the Confederate States. (C. I. Walker, Late Lieut.-Col.
Of the Regt. to which is added An Historical Sketch of the Georgetown
Rifle Guards, Company A, 10th South Carolina by Sol.
by Jim D. Moody. Alexandria, VA: Stonewall House, Reprint ©1985
with New Materials, 222 pp., Index, Cloth, Very Good, $20.
Edward L. HAMPTON AND
HIS CAVALRY IN ’64. Richmond,
VA: Owens, Reprint ©1991, Cloth, New (in shrink wrap), d.j., $29.
IN THE CIVIL WAR: A Military History of Confederate and Union Units with
Available Rosters and Personnel – In Two Parts, Part 1.
Nashville, TN: Univ. of Tennessee Press, ©1984 2nd
Ed., 471 pp., Index, Cloth, Good, $35.
IN THE CIVIL WAR: A Military History of Confederate and Union Units with
Available Rosters and Personnel – In Two Parts, Part 2.
Nashville, TN: Univ. of Tennessee Press, ©1984 3rd
Ed., 608 pp., Index, Cloth, Good (speckled cover), $40; Set of 2 Vol.,
Marcus B. THE PRIVATIONS
OF A PRIVATE—The Campaign Under Gen. R. E. Lee; The Campaign Under
Gen. Stonewall Jackson; Bragg’s Invasion of Kentucky; The Chickamauga
Campaign; The Wilderness Campaign; Prison Life in the North; The
Privations of a Citizen; The Ku Klux Klan; A United Citizenship;
GA: Craigmiles & Associates, Inc., ©1996 3rd Ed., 127
pp., Cloth, Fine, Scarce, $55.
J. P. of Co. A. THE
SEVENTH TENNESSEE CAVALRY. (Confederate.)
A History. Dayton,
OH: Morningside Bookshop, Reprint ©1976 with New Materials, 227 pp., 7th
TN Cav. Rolls, Cloth, Good, Stained Some, $15.
Joseph E. THE SECOND
TEXAS INFANTRY FROM SHILOH TO VICKSBURG.
Austin, TX: Eakin Press, ©1984, 216 pp., Index, Cloth, Very
Good, d.j. (small crinkle at bottom of d.j. spine), $40.
Hale, Douglas. THE
THIRD TEXAS CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR.
Norman, OK: Univ. of Oklahoma Press, ©1993, 347 pp.,
Yellow cover w/ red lettering on spine, 8vo.
- over 7 ¾" - 9 ¾" tall, Cloth, Fine, d.j. yellow with color
illustration, (some light marks on d.j.), $20.
McCaffrey, James M.
THIS BAND OF HEROES GRANBURY'S TEXAS BRIGADE, C.S.A.
College Station, TX: Texas A & M Univ. Press, ©1996
Reprint, 262 pp., Stiff Card, Cloth, New, $12.
Polley, J. B. HOOD'S
TEXAS BRIGADE. Dayton,
OH: Morningside, ©1976, 347 pp., Printing on spine is light, VG, $35.
Polley, J. B.
A SOLDIER'S LETTERS TO CHARMING NELLIE. The letters of Polley who served in the 5th Texas Infantry,
Hood's Texas Brigade. Gaithersburg, MD: Butternut, ©1984
Reprint (of 1908 ed.), 326 pp., New Index, Cloth, d.j., Fine, $40.
Simpson, Harold B. HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE: A COMPENDIUM. Hillsboro, NC: Hill Jr. College, ©1977, 1st Ed.,
614 pp., Illus., Charts. This is the most difficult volume to find of
Simpson's 4-volume works on the Brigade, Very Good, d.j., $130.
Simpson, Harold B.
HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE: LEE'S GRENADIER GUARD. (Hood's
Texas Brigade was to Robert E. Lee and the Army of Northern Virginia
what the Old Guard was to Napoleon and the Imperial Army of France-first
in the advance-shock troops in battle-the rear guard in retreat. In the
annals of American military history few men have fought so long and so
Dallas: Alcor Publishing Company, ©1983, 2nd Ed., xv,
512 pp., Illus., Maps, Notes, Notes, Bibliog, Index, VG/VG
is price clipped, light wear to dj
extremities), 6 x 9, Cloth, Fine, $65.
Simpson, Harold B. TEXAS IN THE WAR, 1861-1865.
NC: Hill Jr. College, ©1984, 246 pp., Index, Cloth, d.j., minor wear
and one slight small tears less than a quarter of an inch on d.j., book
in fine condition, $45.
Stevens, Judge Jno. W. REMINISCENCES OF THE CIVIL WAR: A Soldier in Hood's
Texas Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia.
The memoirs of Judge Stevens when he served with
Hood's Texas Brigade during the Civil War. He describes his activities
in the battle of Gettysburg and subsequent capture. He describes his
experiences as a prisoner in prison camp.
Powhatan, VA: Derwent Books, ©1982 Reprint (of 1902 ed.),
213 pp., 8vo.-over
8"-9" Tall, 8vo,
lettering., Fine, $45.
West, John C. A
TEXAN IN SEARCH OF A FIGHT. Being
the Diary and Letters of a Private Soldier in Hood's Texas Brigade.
Butternut & Blue, ©1994 Reprint (of 1901 J. Hill ed.), 189 pp.,
8vo., Index, Cloth, d.j., Fine, $20.
Howard. NINE MONTHS TO
GETTYSBURG: Stannard’s Vermonters and the Repulse of Pickett’s
Charge. Woodstock, VT:
The Countryman Press, ©1997 1st Ed., 314 pp., Illus., Index,
Cloth, Fine, d.j. (slightly scuffed), $20.
Haynes, Edwin M. A HISTORY OF THE TENTH REGIMENT VERMONT VOLUNTEERS
WITH BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE OFFICERS WHO FELL IN BATTLE. Civil
War Enterprises, Reprint of 1870 edition, Cloth, 249 pp.,
Complete Rosters and Index, Details of unit actions in Virginia,
Horace K. HISTORY OF THE
FIRST VERMONT CAVALRY VOLUNTEERS IN THE WAR OF THE GREAT REBELLION.
(Army of the Potomac Series - 27th Vol.)
Edited and Additional Material by Elliott W. Hoffman.
Baltimore, MD: Butternut & Blue, ©2000, 1st Ed.
Limited to 1,000 copies, 398 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine (like new),
Parsons, George W.
PUT THE VERMONTERS AHEAD: THE FIRST VERMONT BRIGADE IN THE CIVIL WAR.
PA: White Mane Publishing Co., Inc., ©1996, 216 pp., Index, Illus.,
Cloth, Very Good, some wear on top and bottom of the d.j. spine, Clean
and tight, unread, $15.
Robert G. BY THE BLOOD
OF OUR ALUMNI: NORWHICH UNIV. CITIZEN SOLDIERS IN THE ARMY OF THE
POTOMAC. Mason City,
IA: Savas Publishing Company, ©1999 1st hardcover ed., 446
pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine (like new), d.j. (has scratch on back),
HARD MARCHING EVERY DAY: The Civil War Letters of Private Wilbur Fisk,
by Reid Mitchell. A record of what it was like to fight and win the
Civil War. A rich collection of Civil War Letters which presents the
minutiae of daily life of the soldier during the period.
Fisk was a Vermont
schoolteacher when he joined the Union army in 1861. Until his discharge
in 1865, he served as correspondent for a local paper. His letters,
almost 100 of them, form the text of this book. Above all they assert
the nature of war as drudgery and boredom punctuated by moments of
excitement and horror. Fisk was no low-echelon hero. Of his regiment,
the 2nd Vermont, more than 200 were. . . . Univ.
Press of Kansas, ©1992, 2nd Ed., 383 pp., 8vo-over 7 ¾"-9
¾" tall, Cloth, Very Good, in shrink-wrap, $15.
G. W. A LIEUTENANT OF
CAVALRY IN LEE’S ARMY – 9TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY.
(ANV Series – 1st Vol.) Baltimore, MD:
Butternut and Blue, ©1994 Reprint with New Material, 248 pp., Cloth,
Index, Fine, d.j., $35.
Marshall M. THE
STONEWALL BRIGADE BAND. Verona,
VA: McClure Printing Company, Inc., ©1982 2nd Ed., 213 pp.,
Illus., Index, Laminated Cloth, Ex libris, Very Good, $30.
John O. FOUR YEARS IN
THE STONEWALL BRIGADE. Edited
by James I. Robertson, Jr. Dayton,
OH: Morningside Booksellers, ©1971, 362 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth-Very
Good, d.j.-Good (some wear), Autographed by author to original owner, Scarce,
C. G. HAM CHAMBERLAYNE
– VIRGINIA: Letters and Papers of an Artillery Officer in the War for
Southern Independence 1861-1865. Wilmington,
NC: Broadfoot Publishing Company, ©1992 Reprint, 440 pp., Illus., Maps,
Index, Cloth, Fine, d.j., $30.
John A. A FAMOUS
COMMAND: The Richmond Light Infantry Blues.
Richmond, VA: Garrett & Massie Publ.
©1934, 399 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, (Original Gift Inscript.-not
by author), Average Shelf Wear and Foxing, Good, no d.j., $75.
Frederick S. RICHMOND
HOWITZERS IN THE WAR: Four Years Campaigning with the Army of Northern
MD: Butternut, ©? Reprint, 155 pp., Cloth, Fine, $20.
John Harper. WILDCAT
CAVALRY: A Synoptic History of the Seventeenth Virginia Cavalry Regiment
of the Jenkins-McCausland Brigade in the War Between the States.
Dayton, OH: Morningside, 158 pp., Maps, Index, ©1982, Cloth,
Wayland Fuller. REMINISCENCES
OF A REBEL: 40TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY, 47TH VIRGINIA
INFANTRY. (Army of the
Northern Virginia Series - 6th Vol.) (Dunaway
was a member of the 47th Virginia Regiment and saw action at Seven
Pines, the Seven Days fighting, Second Manassas, Sharpsburg,
Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville. He became Captain of Co. I, 40th
Virginia Infantry in 1863, was captured shortly after the Battle of
Gettysburg and spent twenty months in the Old Capitol Prison in
Washington and later. . .) Baltimore,
MD: Butternut & Blue, ©1996 Reprint (of 1913 ed.) with New
Materials, 145 pp., Index, Illus., Cloth, Fine, d.j., $20.
Fonerden, C. A.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE MILITARY CAREER OF CARPENTER'S
BATTERY (THE STONEWALL BRIGADE 1861-1865). Gaithersburg,
MD: Butternut, ©1983 Reprint Ed., 82 pp., Red cloth
binding, Fine, $25.
Capt. Richard. HISTORICAL
SKETCH OF THE NOTTOWAY GRAYS, Afterwards Company G, Eighteenth Virginia
Regiment, Army of Northern Virginia; 1861-63.
Gaithersburg, MD: Butternut, ©1984, 2nd Ed., 49
pp., multiple flyleaves in back, Fine, $15.
Harlan R. THE PAINFUL
NEWS I HAVE TO WRITE: Letters and Diaries of Four Hite Brothers of Page
County in the Service of the Confederacy.
(The Stonewall Brigade) (Army of the Northern Virginia Series)
Butternut & Blue, ©1998 1st Ed. (limited to 1, 000
copies), 204 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine (like new), d.j., $25.
David E. THE STORY OF A
CONFEDERATE BOY IN THE CIVIL WAR. Introduction
by Ref. C. E. Cline, D.D. (7th Virginia Infantry
VA: Commonwealth Press, Inc., ©1980, 379 pp., Illus, Very Good, d.j.,
Charles T. WAR HISTORY
OF THE OLD FIRST VIRGINIA INFANTRY
REGIMENT, Army of Northern Virginia.
Dayton, OH: Morningside Bookshop, ©1978, 87 pp., Index,
Cloth, Fine, $20.
Louis H., and Lee Wallace, Jr. RICHMOND
VOLUNTEERS 1861-1865: The Volunteer Companies of the City of Richmond
and Henrico County, Virginia. Richmond,
VA: Westover Press, ©1969, 298 pp., Illus., Index, Very Good, $50.
Capt. William N. LAUREL
BRIGADE—ORIGINALLY ASHBY’S CAVALRY of the Army of Northern Virginia
and Chew’s Battery. Edited
by Bushrod C. Washington. Arlington,
VA: R. W. Beatty, Ltd., ©1969, 499 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Good (2
pages half loose in front of book), no d.j., $65.
John J. SHOEMAKER’S
BATTERY: Stuart Horse Artillery, Pelham’s Battalion, Army of Northern
MD: Butternut, ©1985, 108 pp., 1 Illus., Cloth, Very Good, $17.
William H. A PAIR OF
BLANKETS: War-Time History in Letters to the Young People of the South.
Edited by Benjamin H. Trask.
(Co. A, 61st Virginia Infantry) Wilmington,
NC: Broadfoot Publishing Company, ©1990, 274 pp., 2 Illus.,Index, Fine
(like new), $20.
Byrd Barnette. 30th
Virginia Infantry – BENJAMIN CASON RAWLINGS: First Virginia Volunteer
for the South. (ANV
Series – 5th Vol.) Baltimore,
MD: Butternut and Blue, ©1996, 155 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine,
Charles W. Ted Barclay,
Liberty Hall Volunteers: LETTERS FROM THE STONEWALL BRIGADE. (Co. I, 4th Virginia Infantry, also known as
Jackson’s Bodyguard). Natural
Bridge Station, VA: Rockbridge Publishing Company, ©1992, 192 pp.,
Illus., Index, Cloth, Fine, d.j., $.
William L. A BORDERLAND CONFEDERATE (Civil War Letters and Diaries of
William L. Wilson). (Served
in the 12th Virginia Cavalry) Edited by Fester P.
Summers. Univ. of
Pittsburgh Press: ©1962, 138 pp., Illus., Index, Original binding and
d.j., Cloth, Good, d.j. (d.j. worn), Scarce, $40.
HISTORY OF THE SEVENTEENTH VIRGINIA
INFANTRY C. S. A. Baltimore,
MD: Beatty, ©1969 Reprint of the 1870 Ed. (Arlington, VA), 312
pp., Fine, $40.
Lt. William Nathaniel. REMINISCENCES
OF BIG I. Edited by
Bell Irving Wiley. (Wood
was Lieut. Of the Monticello Guard, Company “A”, 19th
Virginia Regiment, Confederate States of America) Wilmington,
NC: Broadfoot Publishing Company, ©1987, 138 pp., Illus., Index, Cloth,
Very Good, d.j., $15.
King. Civil War Diary of
WALTER FIELDS McWHORTER, 1865; 3rd. Division, West Virginia
Cavalry 3rd Brigade, Co. E.
(McWhorter was the recipient of the Congressional Medal of
Honor – His Observations of and for the Year of 1865).
©1990, 54 pp., (Privately Published, Limited copies), Fine
(like new), $25.
Sutton, Joseph J. HISTORY OF THE 2ND WEST VIRGINIA CAVALRY.
Huntington: Blue Acorn Press, ©1992 Reprint (of 1892
original), 321 pp., Cloth, Fine
(like new), $30.
Beaudot, William J. K. THE MILWAUKEE REGIMENT: THE 24TH WISCONSIN INFANTRY
IN THE CIVIL WAR. Mechanicsburg,
PA: Stackpole, ©2003, 1st Ed., Cloth, 8vo, New, d.j., $20.
Cheek, Phillip and
Pointon, Mair. HISTORY
OF THE SAUK COUNTY RIFLEMEN KNOWN AS COMPANY "A", SIXTH
WISCONSIN VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.
MD: Butternut, ©1984 Reprint of 1909 printing, 225 pp., Cloth, Fine,
d.j., slight tear bottom back of d.j., $30.
Alan D. IF THIS IS WAR.
A History of the Campaign of Bull’s Run by the Wisconsin
Regiment Thereafter Known as the Ragged Ass Second. (2nd Wisconsin in the Iron
Brigade). Dayton, OH:
Morningside, ©1991, Cloth, New (in shrink wrap), d.j., $30.
Raab, Steven S.
WITH THE 3RD WISCONSIN BADGERS. Mechanicsburg,
PA: Stackpole, ©1999, 1st Ed., xviii+286, Tan cl spine/blue boards,
Illus, Appendix, Notes, Index, Cloth, New, d.j.,
A Place Called Appomattox by William Marvel
A Ruined Land: The End of the Civil War by Michael Golay
Advice After Appomattox: Letters to Andrew Johnson, 1865-1866 (Special Volume No. 1 of the Papers of Andrew Johnson) Edited by Brooks D. Simpson, Leroy P. Graf, & John Muldowny
After the Thunder: Fourteen Men Who Shaped Post-Civil War America by Wilmer L. Jones, Ph.D.
An End to Valor by Philip Van Doren Stern
Appomattox: The Last Campaign by Burleigh Cushing Rodick
The Appomattox Campaign: March 29 – April 9, 1865 by Chris M. Calkins (Great Campaigns Collection)
Appomattox Court House National Historical Park Handbook
The Appomattox Paroles April 9-15, 1865 by William G. Nine & Ronald G. Wilson
The Battles of Appomattox Station & Appomattox Court House April 8-9, 1865 by Chris M. Calkins
The Beleaguered City: Richmond, 1861-1865 by Alfred Hoyt Bill, ©1946
Biography of Wilmer McLean by Frank P. Cuble
The Day Richmond Died by A. A. Hoehling & Mary Hoehling
Four Days in 1865: Fall of Richmond by David D. Ryan
It Happened at Appomattox: The Story Of An Historic Virginia Village by Mary Louise Gills
The Road to Appomattox by Bell Irvin Wiley
The Sunset of The Confederacy by Morris Schaff, ©1912
The Surrender Proceedings: April 9, 1865 Appomattox Court House by Frank P. Cauble
Jones, J. William.
ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA MEMORIAL VOLUME. Introduction by James I. Robertson, Jr. Unit listing with numbers of troops and complete texts and
speeches of 9 Meetings of the Veterans beginning November 1870 –1879.
Dayton, OH: Morningside Bookshop, ©1976, Reprint of 1880
original, 347 pp., some very light soiling on back panel, name/address
in pen on end pg., Cloth, New, $25.
Bell, Jack. CIVIL WAR HEAVY EXPLOSIVE
ORDNANCE: A Guide to Large Artillery Projectiles. Univ. of North Texas Press, ©2003, 537 pp.,
Cloth, Very Good, d.j. (New
with some light brown spots on bottom facing of pp., one on right
facing, does not affect book.)
Michael N., Jr. AN
ARTILLERYMAN’S WAR: Gus Dey and the 2nd United States
PA: White Mane, ©1998, 314 pp., Illus., Index, Paperback, Very good,
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The Battle of Atlanta: The Cyclorama, Grant Park, Atlanta, Georgia (small booklet)
The Battle of Atlanta and the Georgia Campaign by William Key
The Campaign for Atlanta by William R. Scaife
The Campaign for Atlanta & Sherman’s March to the Sea, Volumes I & II Essays on the American Civil War by Theodore P. Savas and David A. Woodbury
The Siege of Atlanta, 1864 by Samuel Carter III
Last Train from Atlanta: The Heroic Story of an American City Under Siege by A.. A. Hoehling
War So Terrible: Sherman and Atlanta by James Lee McDonough and James Picket Jones
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THE SOUTH LOST THE WAR: An Analysis of Fort Henry-Fort Donelson
Campaign, February 1862. Stackpole,
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CLASH OF CAVALRY: THE BATTLE OF BRANDY STATION. Gaithersburg, MD: Butternut, ©1985 Reprint, 238 pp., Black
Cloth Cover with gold gilt
letters, Fine, d.j., $25.
Von Borke, Heros and
Scheibert, Justus. THE GREAT CAVALRY BATTLE OF BRANDY STATION: JUNE 1863.
from German. Winston-Salem, NC: Palaemon
Press Ltd., ©1976, 1st English Translation, Limited to 1000
copies, 143 pp., Index, Wraps, Very Good, $50.
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Annals of the Sixth Pennsylvania Cavalry by S. L. Gracey by Introduction to 1996 edition by Erick J. Wittenberg; 371 pp; hard back.
A. T. A. Torbert: Southern Gentleman in Union Blue by A. D. Slade; 230 pp; hard back.
Forrest and His Critter Company
by Andrew Nelson Lytle (soft cover)
a Patriot Soldier’s Grave 6th O.V.C.
by William G. Burnett; 257 pp; hard back.
Life of J. E. B. Stuart
by Emory M. Thomas
Bold Dragoon: The Life of J.E.B. Stuart by Emory M. Thomas; 354 pp; paperback.
on the Roads to Gettysburg: Kilpatrick
at Hanover and Hunterstown
by George A. Rummell, III; 554 pp; hard back.
Calvaryman In Blue: Colonel John Wood Kester of the First New Jersey Cavalry in the Civil War by Donald E. Kester; 212 pp; hard back.
H. W. Chester: Recollections
of the War of the Rebellion – A Story of the 2nd Ohio
Volunteer Cavalry, 1861-1865
Edited by Alberta R. Adamson, Robert I. Girardi, Roger E.
Bohn; 257 pp; 2 fold-out maps; hard back.
of Calvary: The
Battle of Brandy Station
by Fairfax Downey
Confederate Cavalry West of the River by Stephen B. Oates; 234 pp; paperback
The First New York Lincoln Cavalry April 19, 1861 – July 7, 1865 by William H. Beach; 579 pp; hard back.
“First With the Most” – Forrest by Robert Selph Henry (soft cover)
Forrest at Brice’s Cross Roads by Edwin C. Bearss
Years in the Saddle: History of
the First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, War of the Rebellion –
1861 – 1865 Compiled by W. L. Curry; 462 pp; hard back.
by Gen. William E. Doster; 132 pp; hard back.
Hampton and His Calvary in ’64 by Edward L. Wells with Introduction by A. Wilson Greene; new in shrink wrap.
Headquarters in the Brush: Blazer’s Independent Union Scouts by Darl L. Stephenson with Foreword by Brian C. Pohanka; 355 pp; hard back.
History of a Cavalry Company: A Complete Record of Company “A”, 4th Pennsylvania Cavalry by Capt. William Hyndman; 236 pp; hard back.
The History of the Harpers Ferry Cavalry Expedition, September 14 & 15, 1862 by Allan L. Tischler; 338 pp; hard back.
of the Third Ohio Calvary 1861-1865
by Thomas Crofts; 296 pp; hard back.
The Horse Soldier 1776-1943: The United States Cavalryman: His Uniforms, Arms Accoutrements & Equipments – Vol. II The Frontier, the Mexican War, the Civil War, the Indian Wars 1851-1880 by Randy Steffen and illustrated by Randy Steffen; 215 pp; paperback.
Stuart by John
W. Thomason and illustrated by the author; 512 pp; hard back.
Jeb Stuart by John W. Thomason, Jr., Captain, U. S. Marine Corps with Illustrations and Maps by the Author; 512 pp; hard back.
Jeb Stuart: The Last Cavalier by Burke Davis; 462 pp; hard back.
In the Saddle With Stuart: The Story of Frank Smith Robertson of Jeb Stuart’s Staff edited by Robert J. Trout; 154 pp; paperback.
Kill-Cavalry: The Life of Union General Hugh Judson Killpatrick by Samuel J. Martin; 325 pp; hard back.
The Last Cavaliers: Confederate and Union Cavalry in the Civil War by Samuel Carter, III; 338 pp; hard back.
The Life and Campaigns of Major-General J.E.B. Stuart by H. B. McClellan; 468 pp; hard back.
Life of General Nathan Bedford Forrest by John A. Wyeth
The Longest Raid of the Civil War by Lester V. Horwitz
Morgan’s Raiders by Dee Alexander Broan; 353 pp; hard back.
Mosby’s Rangers: From the High Tide of the Confederacy to the Last Days at Appomattox – The Story of the Most Famous Command of the civil War and It’s Legendary Leader, John S. Mosby by Jeffry D. Wert
Mounted Raids of the Civil War by Edward G. Longacre; 348 pp; paperback.
Nathan Bedford Forrest – First with the Most by Robert Selph Henry
Partisan Life with Col. John S. Mosby by Major John Scott
Virgil Carrington Jones
Rebel Raider: The Life of General John Hunt Morgan by James A. Ramage (soft
Riding With Stuart: Reminiscences of an Aide-de-Camp by Theodore Stanford Garnett
Saber and Scapegoat: J.E.B. stuart and the Gettsburg Controversy by Mark Nesbitt; 227 pp; hard back.
Sabres in the Shenandoah: The 21st New York Cavalry, 1863-1866 by John C. Bonnell, Jr.; 377 pp; hard back.
Sheridan: The Inevitable by Richard O’Connor; Maps by Wilson R. Springer; 400 pp; hard back.
Sheridan: The Life and Wards of General Phil Sheridan by Roy Morris, Jr.; 464 pp; hard back.
Stuart’s Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign by John S. Mosby
Spurs to Glory: The Story of the United States Calvary by James M. Merrill; 302 pp; hard back.
They Followed the Plume: The Story of J.E.B. Stuart and His Staff by Robert J. Trout
War Journal of Louis N. Beaudry, Fifth New York Cavlary by Louis N. Beaudry and Edited by Richard e. Beaudry; 248 pp; hard back.
2nd West Virginia Cavalry by Joseph J. Sutton; 321 pp; hard back.
With Pen & Saber: The Letters and Diaries of J.E.B. Stuart’s Staff Officers by Robert J. Trout
Yankee Blitzkrieg: Wilson’s Raid Through Alabama and Georgia by James Pickett Jones; 255 pp; paperback.
E. Ambrose. CRAZY HORSE AND CUSTER: THE
PARALLEL LIVES OF TWO AMERICAN WARRIORS.
Doubleday, 1975, 527 pp., Cloth, Book Club Edition, $12.
Troopers With Custer Historic Incidents of the Battle of the
Little Big Horn. Mechanicsburg,
PA, Stackpole Books, 1994; 343 pp., Cloth, $20.
Connell, Evan S. Son of the Morning Star : Custer and the Little
Francisco, North Point Press, 1984, 541 pp., with the DJ,
Richard Allan, Jr. ARCHAEOLOGY, HISTORY, AND CUSTER’S LAST BATTLE.
University of Oklahoma Press, 1993, 441 pp., Cloth, $25.
Graham, W. A.
The Reno Court Of Inquiry, Abstract Of The Official Record Of
PA: Stackpole Books,
1995, 307 pp., Cloth, New. Signed
by Brian Pohanka, $20.
Thom Hatch. The Custer Companion A Comprehensive
Guide to the Life of George Armstrong Custer and the Plains Indian
PA: Stackpole Books, 2002; 288 pp.
Trade Paperback. Fine.
1st Edition. Oversized. $16—like
Paul Andrew, Editor. THE
CUSTER READER. University
of Nebraska Press, 1992, 585 pp., $9.
Kidd, James H. Historical Sketch of Genral Custer.
Monroe, MI: Monroe County Library System, 1978,
Approx. 70 pages. Limited
edition. Binding Size: 8vo.
Binding Type: Color printed wraps.
Near fine. Publisher: VG.
Custeriana Monograph #3 is 242/300 printed.
$25 (sells $25 to $45)
Kuhlman, Charles. Legend into History and Did Custer Disobey Orders at
the Battle of the Little Big Horn?
Mechanicsburg, PA; Stackpole Books 1994; 1st combined
edition. 8vo (9" x
6"). xxxvii + 319pp, illustrated. Fine in protected dustwrapper.
Signed by Brian Pohanka. $25.
Shirley A. ELIZABETH BACON CUSTER AND THE MAKING OF A MYTH.
University of Oklahoma Press, 1993, Book Club Edition.
Marshall, S. L. A. Crimsoned Prairie.
Charles Scriber's Sons, 1972.
Cloth, Good/No Jacket. 8vo.
268 pp. Numerous photo plates. Red w/ d.j.
Book Club Edition. $10.
Merington, Marguerite. The Custer Story - The Life and Intimate Letters of
General George A. Custer and His Wife Elizabeth. Barnes and Noble, 1994
Printing. P. 339.
Monaghan, Jay. Custer the Life of General George
Armstrong Custer. University
of Nebraska Press, NE, 1971 (seems to be a later printing). Trade
Paperback. Very Good. pp. 469. $5.
And Trade paperback.
Reprint of the 1959 edition. $8—some
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Quaife, Milo Milton, Ed. MY LIFE ON THE PLAINS by General George A. Custer.
New York: Promontory. 1995. 388 pp.
Cloth. Near Fine in Near Fine DJ.
Arlene, Editor. THE
CIVIL WAR MEMORIES OF ELIZABETH BACON CUSTER: RECONSTRUCTED FROM HER
DIARIES AND NOTES BY ARLENE REYNOLDS. University of Texas Press,
1994, Cloth, 181 pp., $15.
Sarf, Wayne Michael.
The Little Bighorn Campaign March-September 1876.
Books, 1993, First Edition. B&W Photographs and
Illustrations.Cloth. 312 pp. $10.
Taylor, William O. With Custer on the Little Big Horn A Newly Discovered
First-Person Account. New
York, NY: Viking Penguin.
1996, pp. 207. First
Edition. Cloth with dust jacket. Very Good/Very Good.
Gregory J. W. CUSTER
VICTORIOUS: The Civil War
Battles of George Armstrong Custer.
Fairleigh Dickinson, 1983, pp. 308.
Utley, Robert M.
Cavalier in Buckskin George Armstrong Custer and the Western
Univ. Oklahoma, 1988. 226 pages. Hardcover. VG/VG.
Utley, Robert M.
Custer Battlefield: A History and Guide to the Battle of the
Little Bighorn -Official National Park Handbook.
National Park Service, 1987, 112 pp. Binding is paperback.
Some scuffs and bends. $7.
Utley, Robert M.,
Frontier Regulars The United States Army and the Indian,
1866-1891. Macmillan. NY & London. 1973. Book club edition.
Red cloth hardcover. Maps.
Illustrations. Bibliography. Index. 466 pages. Very good condition.
Dust jacket. $12.
Utley, Robert M.
The Lance and the Shield.
Henry Holt, NY, 1993, 413 pp., Cloth.
Fine/Very Good +. First Edition Stated.
6.25 x 9.5, with dj.
Vaughn, J. W. With
Crook at the Rosebud. Mechanicsburg,
PA: Stackpole Books, 1994; Hard Cover. Good/Good. Cloth. 245 pp plus
maps. As New/As New.
First Printing of This Edition. Signed by Brian Pohanka.
James. KILLING CUSTER. W. W.
Norton, 1994, pp. 320, Cloth with dj, as new. $10.
Jeffry D. CUSTER: THE CONTROVERSIAL
LIFE OF GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER.
Simon & Schuster,1996, pp.
462. Signed by
Author to previous owner. $20.
Whittaker, Frederick. A Complete Life of General George A. Custer. Volume 1: Through the Civil War, & Volume 2: From Appomattox to the Litle Big Horn. Lincoln: University of Nebraska 1993 2 vols., illustrations, cloth, No Jacket. 8vo - over 7 3/4 " - 9 3/4 " tall. Volume 1: Through the Civil War, (Introduction by Gregory J. W. Urwin), xxiv+348pp. Volume 2: From Appomattox to the Little Big Horn, (Introduction by Robert M. Utley), xiv+300pp. Books are in FINE + condition with clean dark-blue boards and silver print on spine, very minor bumping to top/bottom of spine, pages are very clean/tight. $45 for both.
Jeffry D., A BROTHERHOOD OF VALOR: The Common Soldiers of the
Stonewall Brigade, C.S.A., and the Iron Brigade, U.S.A.
New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, ©1999, 413 pp., Illus.,
Index, Cloth, d.j., Fine (like new), Crisp, $20.
ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MILITARY PARK COMMISSION TO
THE SECRETARY OF WAR 1893-1904. Washington:
government printing office, ©1902, 238 pp., 1st Ed., Red Cloth
lettering on spine (somewhat faded) with some age wear to cover
extremities. 56 pages of text and 238 pages of full page B&W
photographic plates including a relief map of Gettysburg.
Cloth, Very Good, $75.
Military Park Commission,
ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MILITARY PARK
COMMISSION TO THE SECRETARY OF WAR 1893-1904.
Washington: Government Printing Office, ©1905,
hardcover w/red covered boards/gilt
lettering on spine (somewhat faded) with some age wear to cover
extremities. 107 pages of text and 238 pages of full page B&W
photographic plates including a relief map of Gettysburg.
Very Good, $115.
UNION GENERALS SPEAK: The Meade Hearings on the Battle of Gettysburg. Baton Rouge: LA, LSU Press Hardcover, ©2003, 1st Ed., Cloth,
Patterson, Gerald A. DEBRIS OF BATTLE: THE WOUNDED OF GETTYSBURG. Mechanicsburg,
Stackpole, ©1997, 1st Ed., 244 pp.,
REVISED REPORT MADE TO THE LEGISLATURE OF
PENNSYLVANIA, RELATIVE TO THE SOLDIERS' NATIONAL CEMETERY AT GETTYSBURG.
PA: Singerly & Myers, ©1865, 212 pp., 1st Hardcover Ed.,
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Cloth, Good, $169.
REVISED REPORT MADE TO THE LEGISLATURE OF
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folding plates-approx 6x10- Signed in ink on front cover “George
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Col. Inf. USAR (Ret).” Wear
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½-in. piece missing at top of spine.
Cloth, Good, $149.
Young, Jesse Bowman.
THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG: A COMPREHENSIVE NARRATIVE.
NY: Harper and Brothers ©1913, 453 pp., Some minor foxing,
includes frontis of Gen. Meade, Maps and plans and copy of the
Gettysburg address. Comprised of 3 parts: preliminary survey, narrative
of the battle and the opposing armies. 1st edition.
Inscription on first page 1933, heavy wear to cover.
Front board hinged. Good,
White, Russell C.
THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF WYMAN S. WHITE, First Sergeant of Company F, 2nd
United States Sharpshooter Regiment, 1861-1865. Baltimore: Butternut & Blue, ©1991, 373 pp.,
Index, Illus., Maps, Cloth, d.j., New, $30.
Longacre, Edward G. A REGIMENT OF SLAVES: THE 4TH UNITED STATES COLORED INFANTRY, 1863-1866. (“This book fills an important gap in our appreciation of the African-American military experience”) Stackpole, ©2003, 227 pp., Illus, Cloth, d.j., New, $12.
Alexander, E. P. MILITARY MEMOIRS OF A CONFEDERATE. A
Critical Narrative With Sketch-Maps By The Author.
Dayton, OH: Morningside, ©1977
Reprint, 634 pp., Very Good,
some wear on the bottom of the spine, $40.
Barefoot, Daniel W. GENERAL ROBERT F. HOKE:
LEE'S MODEST WARRIOR.
Hoke fought in nearly every significant battle in the Eastern
theater. He was called “the North Carolina Lee.”
Winston-Salem, NC: John F. Blair, ©1996, 1st Ed., 452
pp., Cloth, Book and d.j. in fine condition (like new), $20.
W. G. SANDIE PENDLETON:
STONEWALL'S MAN. Chapel
Hill, NC: U. of N. Carolina Press, ©1987, 2nd Ed.,
252 pp., Index, Notes, Biblio., Cloth, Near Fine, Fine d.j., slight tear
front-right top, $20.
Bearss, Edwin C. FORREST AT BRICE’S CROSS ROADS.
Dayton, OH: Morningside, ©1979 Reprint, 279 pp., Index, Illus.,
Maps, Cloth, Fine (like new), Crisp, Inscribed by the author to previous
Brown, Norman D.
ONE OF CLEBURNE'S COMMAND THE CIVIL WAR REMINISCENCES AND DIARY
OF CAPT. SAMUEL T. FOSTER, GRANBURY'S TEXAS BRIGADE, CSA.
TX: Austin Univ. of Texas, ©1980, 192 pp., 8vo.,VG+/VG+.
Dark Blue Cloth,
Very Good, d.j., $25.
Buck, Irving A.
CLEBURNE AND HIS COMMAND. Colonial
& Other Wars - The American Civil War - General Section Written by
Cleburne's adjutant. An
authoritative account of the Confederate General.
Morningside, ©1985, Facsimile Reprint, 378 pp., Index, Map, Appendices,
and leather decorated with colored flags, Fine, $40.
Millard K. GENERAL
TURNER ASHBY AND STONEWALL’S VALLEY CAMPAIGN.
Verona, VA: McClure Printing Company, Inc., ©1980, 261 pp.,
Index, Illus., Maps, Autographed by Author to original owner, Cloth-Very
Good, d.j.-Good, $50.
Millard Kessler. OLD
JUBE: A Biography of General Jubal A. Early. Boyce, VA: Carr
Publishing , ©1961 2nd Ed., 343 pp., Index, Illus., Maps,
Autographed by Author to original owner, Cloth, d.j., Good, $60.
Lawrence. GOD AND GENERAL LONGSTREET: THE LOST CAUSE AND THE SOUTHERN MIND.
‘Traces the persistence and the
transformation of the Lost Cause from the first generation of former
confederates to the present day, when the Lost Cause continues in the
commitment of southerners to their regional culture.’ LSU Press, ©1982, 1st Ed., 159 pp., Index, 8vo
- 8" to 9" tall,
small rumple bottom front; Cloth, Very Good, $22.
Cowper, Pulaski. EXTRACTS
OF LETTERS OF MAJOR-GENERAL BRYAN GRIMES, TO HIS WIFE, WRITTEN WHILE IN
ACTIVE SERVICE IN THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA. Compiled
By, Edited By Gary W. Gallagher. Wilmington, NC:
Broadfoot, ©1986, 143 pp., Cloth, Fine, d.j. Includes some personal
recollections of the war, written by him after its close. $45.
Cutrer, Thomas W. LONGSTREET'S AIDE: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF MAJOR
THOMAS J. GOREE. (Wonderful
collection that sheds light on characters of Longstreet, Stuart, Davis,
Beauregard, Hood and others as well as the many battles he participated
in. Was with Longstreet throughout the war, and this collection includes
many of their post-war letters.) Charlottesville, VA: Univ. Press of
Virginia, ©1995, 239 pp., Cloth, d.j., Fine, $15.
Davis, Jefferson. THE RISE AND FALL OF THE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT.
Gloucester, MA: Peter Smith, ©1971, 573 pp., Abridged
Ed., 8vo., Grey Cloth, Good, slight wear to spine, spot on back, $15.
William C. BRECKINRIDGE:
STATESMAN SOLDIER SYMBOL. (Winner
of the Jules F. Landry Award). Baton
Rouge, LA: LSU Press, ©1982 2nd Ed., 687 pp., Illus., Index,
Cloth, d.j., Good, $35.
Eckenrode, H. J. &
Conrad, Bryan. JAMES
LONGSTREET: LEE'S WAR HORSE. Foreword by Gary W. Gallagher. UNC, ©1998, 2nd Ed., 399 pp., Index, Ochre
Fine, d.j., $30.
Southall. LEE'S LIEUTENANTS: A STUDY IN COMMAND (3 Volume Set).
York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, ©1970 Reprint of 1944 ed.
stamped spine and front board.
Books in Very Good condition.
Dust jackets in good condition—some wear on folds. Volume 1
- Manassas to Malvern Hill, 773 pages / Volume 2 - Cedar
Mountain to Chancellorsville, 760 pages / Volume 3 - Gettysburg
to Appomattox, 862 pages. An important and fascinating study of
the chain of command of the Confederate Army by the Pulitzer. . .,$80.
Gallagher, Gary W.
FIGHTING FOR THE CONFEDERACY: The Personal Recollections of
General Edward Porter Alexander. UNC
Press, ©1989, 664 pp., Illus., Cloth, d.j., slight damage (brown
stained area) to outside facing of pages.
Personalized inscription by author to former owner, $25.
Garnett, Theodore S. RIDING WITH STUART: REMINISCENCES OF AN AIDE-DE-CAMP.
Shippensburg, PA: White Mane Publishing, ©1994, 124 pp., Cloth,
Fine, d.j. is Very Good. 8vo.
Signed by JEB Stuart, IV to previous owner, $15.
Gordon, John B.
REMINISCENCES OF THE CIVIL WAR. Dayton, OH: Morningside, ©1985, Memorial Ed., 474
pp., Size 6" x 9 ¼", Cloth, embossed color Confederate flags, Fine
(like new), $35.
Hassler, William Woods. COLONEL JOHN PELHAM: LEE'S BOY ARTILLERIST.
Biography of Pelham who fought in over sixty battles
during the Civil War and never lost an artillery duel or a single gun.
cover, handsomely illustrated endpapers
of Civil War battlefields. Jacket illustrated with image of
Pelham in foreground of battlefield. Richmond: Garrett & Massie,
©1960, 1st Ed., xiii+185 pp., Illus,
Maps, 8 vo., d.j., clipped price, 1" tear top rear on d.j., $22.
Hurst, Jack. NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST: A BIOGRAPHY.
biography about one of the most feared generals of the Civil War. Covers
the gamut from early life to his death and his recanting of the Ku Klux
Klan which he had helped start and lead.
New York, NY: Alfred A. Knopf Inc., ©1993, 1st
Ed., 434 pp., Index, Notes, Maps, Tight clean copy, Cloth, d.j., Crisp,
Fine, with creases at top of spine, $20.
Carrington. RANGER MOSBY. Chapel
Hill, NC, ©1988, 12th Ed., 347 pp., Cloth, Very Good, d.j.,
Personalized by author to former owner, $15.
Lambert, Dobbie E.
GRUMBLE: THE W. E. JONES BRIGADE, 1863-64. Brigadier General "Grumble" Jones and his Virginia Cavalry
during the East Tennessee Campaign of 1863 and operations in the
Cumberland Gap in 1864 - The Jones Brigade consisted of the 8th and 21
Virginia Cavalry Regiments and 27th, 34th, 36th
and 37th Virginia Cavalry Battalions. Hawaii,
©1992, 1st Ed., 183 pp., 6 x 9, Index, Illus., Maps, Biblio.,
Cloth, (little wear on bottom front corners) Very Good, d.j. $20.
Liddell, St. John
Richardson. LIDDELL'S RECORD: St. John Liddell, Brigadier General, CSA:
Staff Officer and Brigade Commander, Army of Tennessee. Edited By Nathaniel C. Hughes.
A memoir of St. John Liddell's
exploits during the Civil War including taking part in the battles of
Murfreesboro and Chickamauga along with actions at Mission Ridge and
Dayton, OH: Morningside House, ©1985, 1st Ed., 218
pp., Index, Maps, Fine (like new), 8vo
hardcover in grey binding, No d.j., Light wear along the edges of the boards
with very minor bumping
to the head and heel of the spine. Light scuffing to the covers, $50.
FROM MANASSAS TO APPOMATTOX. Secaucus,
New Jersey: The Blue and Grey, ©1984, 690 pp., Cloth, Fine, d.j., no
tears, Very Clean and Vivid book, Tight, $14.
Martin, Samuel J.
SOUTHERN HERO: MATHEW CALBRAIYTH BUTLER: Confederate General, Hampton
Red Shirt and U. S. Senator. Mechanicsburg,
PA: Stackpole, ©2001, 388 pp., 6 ¼ x 9 ¼", Cloth, Near Fine,
William B. THOMAS R. R.
COBB: The Making of a Southern Nationalist.
Macon, GA: Mercer Univ. Press, ©1983, 356 pp., Illus.,
Index, Cloth, d.j. Very Good, $35.
Milham, Charles G.
GALLANT PELHAM, AMERICAN EXTRAORDINARY.
Pelham was one of Lee's youngest and brightest,
serving under Jackson and Stuart until killed by artillery fire at
Kelly's Ford. Freeman said of this book '.sound scholarship and literary
skill. I was much pleased with it.'
Butternut, ©1985 Reprint, 250
pp., Cloth, d.j., Small
ripple at bottom and small tear at top of spine, Very Good, $25.
Mosby, John S. STUART’S CAVALRY IN THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN.
Falls Church, VA: Confederate Printers, ©1984, Oxblood
lettering at cover and spine facsimile of the 1908 Moffat, Yard and
Company publication, 222 pp., Illus., Fold out map, Hard cover,
Leather, Fine (like new), Limited printing 18/485, $60.
John Gallatin, Editor. THE
CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF GENERAL FRANK “BULL” PAXTON: A Lieutenant of
Lee and Jackson. Introduction
by Harold B. Simpson. Hillsboro,
TX: Hill Jr. College Press, ©1978, 102 pp., Illus., Index,
Cloth, d.j., (some wear on spine and discoloration
where price sticker was removed), Very Good, $50.
Piston, William Garrett. LEE'S TARNISHED LIEUTENANT: JAMES LONGSTREET AND HIS
PLACE IN SOUTHERN HISTORY. Athens,
GA: Univ. of Georgia Press, ©1987, 1st Ed., xv+252 pp.,
Index, Maps, Biblio., Cloth, Fine (like new), d.j., Very Good, small
rumple on bottom front of d.j., $10.
Purdue, Howell and
CLEBURNE, CONFEDERATE GENERAL: A DEFINITIVE BIOGRAPHY.
©1987, 498 pp., Cloth, Super copy, New condition, d.j., Book still in
original shrink wrap, $30.
Redway, Maurine Whorton.
MARKS OF LEE ON OUR LAND.
San Antonio, TX: The
Naylor Company, ©1972, Cloth, handsome brown patterned covers180 pp.,
Illus., Crisp, d.j., (d.j. has a bit of wear at top of spine and
corners, book itself is in like new condition with the exception of two
small chips in the bottom of the rear cover), $15.
PARTISAN LIFE WITH COL. JOHN S. MOSBY.
Gaithersburg, MD: Butternut,
©1985 Reprint, 492 pp., Illus., Cloth, Sharp & Crisp, Fine (like
Sorrel, G. Moxley.
RECOLLECTIONS OF A CONFEDERATE STAFF OFFICER. Sorrel's memoir
makes no claims to strategic analysis. It simply relates what he saw and
the events of which he was a part. His vantage point was, however, in
many ways unique. His service with Longstrret brought him into the thick
of many of the war's decisive engagements. He received his “baptism of
fire” at First Manassas and was promoted at the siege of Petersburg.
He saw action at Sharpsburg and Gettysburg.
OH: Morningside, ©1978 Reprint, 333 pp., Index, Cloth, Fine (like new),
Symonds, Craig L.
STONEWALL OF THE WEST: PATRICK CLEBURNE AND THE CIVIL WAR.
Historical biography of one of the most famous
Confederate fighting generals during the Civil War. Lawrence, KS: Univ. Press of Kansas, ©1997, 328 pp., 8vo.
binding, Cloth, d.j., Fine (like new),
Inscribed by author to previous owner, $25.
Thomas, Emory M.
BOLD DRAGOON: THE LIFE OF J. E. B. STUART. New York, NY: Harper and Row, ©1986, 1st Vintage Printing,
354 pp., Illus., Index, 8vo-over 7 ¾"-9 ¾" tall, Cloth, d.j.,
Very Good, $10.
Trout, Robert J.
THEY FOLLOWED THE PLUME: THE STORY OF J. E. B. STUART AND HIS STAFF.
Stackpole, ©1993, 2nd Ed., 382 pp., 8vo,
near new condition, Cloth, d.j., Signed by author to previous owner,
Trout, Robert J.
WITH PEN AND SABER: THE LETTERS AND DIARIES OF J. E. B. STUART'S STAFF
The author arranges chronologically the original writings of
nine of Stuart's closest comrades. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole, ©1995,
American 1st Ed., xviii, 350 pp., Illus.,
Hardback. Cloth, Very Good, d.j., $12.50.
Borcke, Heros. MEMOIRS
OF THE CONFEDERATE WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE.
Gaithersburg, MD: Butternut, ©1985 Reprint (of 1867 ed), 438
pp., Blue Cloth, Facsimile Ed., Fold out map, Fine (like new), d.j. (few
scuffs back of d.j.), $30.
Wayland, John W. STONEWALL JACKSON`S WAY.
Verona, VA: McClure
Printing., ©1969, 3rd Ed., 244 pp., Index, Illus., Hard
Cover, Stamped Leather, Fine (like new), $80.
Wert, Jeffery D. MOSBY'S RANGERS.
New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, ©1990, 384 pp.,
Index, Illus., 8vo-over 7 ¾"-9 ¾" Tall, Cloth, Signed by
author and inscribed to previous owner, $15.
Wyeth, John A.
LIFE OF GENERAL NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST. Edison, NJ: Blue and Grey, ©1996, 655 pp., Illus., Map Endpapers,
Red Cloth, Gray
Paper Boards, gilt lettered, d.j., Very Good, 1/8" inch tear on top
of spine d.j. Jacket
has Don Troiani print of Forrest, $22.
Burr, Frank A. THE LIFE OF GEN. PHILIP H. SHERIDAN: Its Romance and
Reality: How a Humble Lad Reached the Head of an Army. Providence, RI: J. A. & R. A. Reid, ©1888, 1st
Ed., 445 pp., Index, Engravings, 8vo.,
Cloth, Minor cloth wear, cover has olive green board
with gold lettering; ink drawing of Sheridan, spine shows wear on upper
and lower edges with slight soiling to cover from age, but is generally
in good condition. Good+,
Inscribed to “Elwood N. Chase from Grandpa Chase,” $50.
Hay, John. MEMORIAL ADDRESS ON THE LIFE AND
CHARACTER OF WILLIAM McKINLEY. Delivered Before The Two Houses Of
Congress, February 27, 1902. Washington:
Government Printing Office, ©1903, 70 pages. Black
gilt-stamped pebbled cloth.
portrait. There is some foxing throughout, as well as several Kenesaw
Mountain Battlefield stamps and one Georgia Tech stamp.
Wear at top and bottom of spine.
Cloth, Good, $25.
VIRGINIA CAMPAIGN OF '65. Scribner,
©1883, 451 pp., Index, Fold-out maps.
Blue leather Cloth with embossing and gold stamp lettering.
Tears at top/bottom of spine, cover a little worn, but good
condition for 120+ yrs. $50.
Jamieson, Perry D.
WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK: GETTYSBURG HERO.
McWhiney Foundation, ©2003, 192 pp., Illus., Maps,
Index, Cloth, New in shrink-wrap, d.j., $20.
Virgil Carrington. EIGHT
HOURS BEFORE RICHMOND. (Dahlgren’s
Raid) Introduction by Col. Robert Selph Henry. New York, NY: Henry Holt and Company, ©1957, 1st
Ed., Glossy Illus., Index, Autographed by author to original owner, and
an unknown autograph in 1958, Good, $45.
McClellan, George B.
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, AND ITS CAMPAIGNS IN VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND.
McClellan, Gen. George
B. Letter of the Secretary of War, transmitting report on the Army of
the Potomac, and its campaigns in Virginia and Maryland, under the
command of Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan, from July 26, 1861, to
November 7, 1862. Washington:
Government Printing Office, ©1864,
One of 5,000 printed for the use of the Senate, 242 pp., 8vo.,
brown textured Cloth
printed in gilt
to spine. Light foxing
to end pages and title, extending, Partial split down front spine, worn
cover and damaged corners, period ink on bottom of book pp., “Cc 34”
Rafuse, Ethan Sepp.
GEORGE GORDON MEADE AND THE WAR IN THE EAST.
McWhiney Foundation, ©2003, Cloth, 192 pp., Illus., Maps,
Index, Cloth, New, d.j., $20.
Sword, Wiley. SHARPSHOOTER:
HIRAM BERDAN, ETC. Providence,
RI: Andrew Mowbray, ©1988, 124 pp., 7" x 9 ½", Fine (like
Cooling,B. F. SYMBOL, SWORD, AND SHIELD: Defending Washington during the Civil War.
CT: Archon Books, ©1975, 1st Ed., 300 pp., Index, VG+
price clipped, lightly toned, Cloth, d.j.
Text is clean/tight. Very Good, $22.
Goodhart, Briscoe. HISTORY OF THE INDEPENDENT LOUDOUN VIRGINIA RANGERS.
U.S. VOLUNTEER CAVALRY.
Gaithersburg: Butternut, ©1985 Reprint (of 1896 original), 243
pp., Cloth, Fine (like new), d.j., light wear, $30.
Stephenson, Darl L.
HEADQUARTERS IN THE BRUSH: BLAZER'S INDEPENDENT UNION SCOUTS.
Athens, GA: Ohio Univ. Press, ©2001, 1st
Ed, 355 pp., Illus., Near Fine copy, Very Good d.j.. $17.
REGIMENTALS & MISCELLANEOUS
James Lee. THE YOUNG
LIONS: CONFEDERATE CADETS OF THE CIVIL WAR.
Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole, ©1997, 198 pp., Illus., Index,
Cloth, Fine (like new), Crisp, d.j. slightly scuffed, $20.
Joseph H., Jr. UNITS OF
THE CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY. Midlothian,
VA: O.S.B., ©1984, New (in shrink wrap), $35.
Henderson, G. F. R. STONEWALL JACKSON AND THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.
2 Vols., Boxed
Set, Secauscus, NJ: Blue and
Grey, ©1989 Reprint, Cloth, Fine, (like new), d.j., $60.
Lee, Agnes. GROWING
UP IN THE 1850S: THE JOURNAL OF AGNES LEE.
Eleanor Agnes Lee was Robert E. Lee's fifth child. She began
her journal in December, 1852 at the early age of twelve.
Chapel Hill, NC: UNC Press, ©1984, 1st Ed., 151 pp.,
8vo, Illus., Hardcover Very Good, d.j. Good, some
wear on d.j., $20.
Lewis, John H. RECOLLECTIONS FROM 1860 TO 1865. With
Incidents of Camp Life, Descriptions of Battles, The Life of the
Southern Soldier, His Hardships and Sufferings, and the Life of a
Prisoner of War in the Northern Prisons. Originally published by Peake
& Company of Washington, D.C. in 1895, this slender volume
accurately depicts the Battle of Gettysburg.
Dayton, OH: Morningside House, Inc., ©1983, 92 pp.,
Illus., Gray Cloth, Very Good, $50.
Morton, John Watson. THE ARTILLERY OF NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST'S CAVALRY.
Oxford: The Guild Bindery Press, ©1992 Reprint, 374
pages 8vo, Cloth. Fine,
unread copy, Very Good d.j., $50.
Norman, William M.
A PORTION OF MY LIFE: BEING A SHORT & IMPERFECT HISTORY
WRITTEN WHILE A PRISONER OF WAR ON JOHNSON'S ISLAND 1864.
Winston-Salem, NC: John F. Blair, ©1959, 242 pp., 1st
Slate blue hardcover buckram. Minor
edgewear on d.j., two pieces of tape on inside, with
price-clipped in a diagonal pattern.
Text is clean and tight. Pale
blue and white d.j.
features a small photograph of the soldier and hand written letters;
some on cover. Cloth, Very
Good, d.j., $40.
O'Grady, Kelly J.
CLEAR THE CONFEDERATE WAY: THE IRISH IN THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA.
This is the story of the Southern Irish who fought under Robert E.
Lee. While most readers know about the Federal Irish Brigade, few
appreciate the extent of the Irish contribution to the Southern war
effort. O'Grady has taken a fresh look at a subject that is far from
exhausted. He throws new light on an interesting aspect of Civil War
history, and he dug deeply in a wide array of primary sources in
preparing his book. Savas, ©2000, 348 pp., 22 photos, Maps, Cloth,
d.j., New, $20.
William Thomas. GUNNER
WITH STONEWALL: Reminiscences of William Thomas Poague (Lieutenant,
Captain, Major and Lieutenant Colonel of Artillery, Army of Northern
Virginia, CSA, 1861-65.) Edited
by Monroe F. Cockrell, Introduction by Bell Irvin Wiley.
Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Company, ©1987, 181 pp.,
Illus., Maps, Index, Paperback, Good, d.j. (with small cut in one edge
of d.j.), $25.
Weinert, Richard P.
THE CONFEDERATE REGULAR ARMY.
Shippensburg, PA: White Mane, ©1991, 135 pp., Hard
Cover, Leather, Fine, $15.
Baker, General La Fayette C. SPIES, TRAITORS AND CONSPIRATORS OF THE LATE CIVIL
WAR. Philadelphia, PA: John E. Potter & Co., ©1894,
398 pp., 8vo.,
Black & White Plates Fair, spine torn, serious wear to cover;
yellowing, cracked & shaken. The
author was organizer and first Chief of The Secret Service. Brief
chapter on La Fayette's life. Poor
condition, but rare, $30.
Eisenschiml, Otto and
Ralph Newman. THE AMERICAN ILIAD THE EPIC STORY OF THE CIVIL WAR.
Doubleday, ©1956, 1st Ed., Set of two, Good condition
with some wear on spine/Slipcase Poor, with tape. Hard Cover. Vol. I,
719 pages; Vol. II, 240 pages; $15.
Lord, Francis A.
CIVIL WAR COLLECTOR'S ENCYCLOPEDIA: ARMS, UNIFORMS, AND
EQUIPMENT OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERACY.
Edison, NJ: Blue & Grey, ©1995, two books five volumes
combined, over 1,000 pp., oversized books, hardcover with d.j.’s.
Fine (as new) $90.
Tenney, W. J.
THE MILITARY AND NAVAL HISTORY OF THE REBELLION IN THE UNITED STATES,
1866: With Biographical Sketches of Deceased Officers.
first truly comprehensive history.)
Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole, ©2003 Reprint of 1866 Ed., 843
pp., Illus. with steel plate portraits, Cloth, Fine, d.j., has very
light shelf wear to d.j., $20.
Young, James Rankin. HISTORY OF OUR WAR WITH SPAIN. J. R, Jones, ©1898, 1st Ed., 679 pages.
spine darkened and bumped.
Torn along front hinge.
with Spanish and American flags. Decorated edges. Boards slightly
discolored, with corners starting to show through, a little wear and
tear on bottom of spine. Numerous engravings throughout. Cloth, Good,
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