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*ITC = Title listed "In Tall Cotton" by Richard Harwell - The 200 Most Important Confederate Books for the Reader, Researcher and Collector
*UBS = Title listed in "The Union Bookshelf by Michael Mullins and Rowena Reed - A Bibliography of 246 of the Best Union Books
*CBS = Title listed in "A Confederate Book Shelf" by Douglas Southall Freeman
*CWIB = The Civil War In Books by David Eicher - An Annotated Bibliography of 1100 Civil War Books





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Fahs, Alice - THE IMAGINED CIVIL WAR: POPULAR LITERATURE OF THE NORTH AND SOUTH, 1861-1865 - Univ North Carolina - ISBN# 0807825816 - 416pp - Dust Jacket - Illustrations - Maps - Notes - Index - Biblio - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List - $39.95 - Our Price - $38
Farina, William - ULYSSES S. GRANT 1861-1864 - HIS RISE FROM OBSCURITY TO MILITARY GREATNESS - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786429776 -BRAND NEW Laminated Softcover - 316pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $36.95
James W. Farley - FORGOTTEN VALOR: THE FIRST MISSOURI CAVALRY, C.S.A. - Two Trails, 1996 - 473pp - Illustrated - Maps - Rosters - Index - Brand New Oversized Softcover (8 x 11) - $32.95
Joseph P. Farley - THREE RIVERS: THE JAMES, THE POTOMAC, THE HUDSON - A RETROSPECT OF PEACE AND WAR - Neale Publishing 1910 - NEAR FINE Condition - 1st Edition - 227pp - Color Plates - Tender Hinges - $95
(Arming Cavalry) Farrington, Dusan P. - ARMING & EQUIPPING THE UNITED STATES CAVALRY 1865-1902 - Mowbray Publishing - ISBN# 1931464138 - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 1st Edition Printing - 600pp - Over 770 Photos and Illustrations - Your Ultimate Reference for U.S. Cavalry Weapons from the Little Big Horn to San Juan Hill...and Everything In Between. From the end of the Civil War through the Indian Wars and the Spanish American Conflict. If They Carried It, It's In Here - simply packed with serial numbers, issue information, reports from the field and more! Meticulously researched and absolutely up-to-date. A complete reference to all the arms and accoutrements - Publisher's List Price = $68.99 - Our Price - $66.95

Drew Faust - THE CREATION OF CONFEDERATE NATIONALISM: IDEOLOGY AND IDENTITY IN THE CIVIL WAR SOUTH - LSU Press - 110pp - illustrated - Brand New Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $10.95 - Our Price - $10
Drew Gilpin Faust - MOTHERS OF INVENTION: WOMEN OF THE SLAVEHOLDING SOUTH IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR - Univ North Carolina - Brand New - Publisher's List Price = $37.50 - Our Price - $33.75
Josiah Marshall Favill - THE DIARY OF A YOUNG OFFICER - Butternut and Blue - 298 pages - New Introduction - Reprint of a 1909 Original - Favill fought with the 57th New York, a 3 year regiment, from Manassas to Spotsylvania - Brand New Hardcover - $35
Edwin H. Fay (Sgt., Co A, Louisiana Cavalry - Minden Rangers) - THIS INFERNAL WAR: THE CONFEDERATE LETTERS OF SGT EDWIN H. FAY - Univ. Texas Press, Austin 1958 - FINE Condition - 1st edition - in FINE Dust Jacket - Clean and Tight Interior - Edited by Bell Wiley and Lucy Fay (Includes SIGNED Pastedown by both editors - Sergeant Edwin Fay (Sgt., Co A, Louisiana Cavalry - Minden Rangers) was a most unusual Confederate - he enlisted as a Private with a M.A. from Harvard, and later tried unsuccessfully to obtain release from service. His letters are highly detailed and accurate (some 4000 words long), and shed light on what war was like in the Trans-Mississippi - In Tall Cotton #56 - $65
Fears, Mary L. Jackson - CIVIL WAR AND LIVING HISTORY REENACTING ABOUT "PEOPLE OF COLOR". HOW TO BEGIN, WHAT TO WEAR, WHY REENACT - Heritage Books - ISBN# 0788425137 - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 154pp - Index - Photos - Drawings - Illustrations - Publisher's List Price = $28.50 - Our Price - $25.50
Michael Fellman - CITIZEN SHERMAN - Univ Kansas Press - 486pp - Photographs - Brand New Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $19.95 - Our Price - $17.95
Ferguson, John H. - ON TO ATLANTA: THE CIVIL WAR DIARIES OF JOHN HILL FERGUSON, ILLINOIS TENTH REGIMENT OF VOLUNTEERS- Univ Nebraska Press - 224pp - Index - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $49.95 - Our Price - $45
Dale Fetzer and Bruce Mowday - UNLIKELY ALLIES: FORT DELAWARE'S PRISON COMMUNITY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Stackpole Books - ISBN# 0811732703 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 320pp - photos - maps - Over 30,000 Confederate prisoners were housed at Fort Delaware over a period of 3 years - Ships 1-2 Days direct from warehouse - Added Charge of Four Dollars on Overseas Orders - Publisher's List Price = $17.95 - Our Price - $15.95
H. M. Field - BRIGHT SKIES AND DARK SHADOWS - Scribner's Sons - N.Y. 1890 - 1st Edition - Burgundy Boards with Maps - FINE Condition - Gilt Top Edge - Details of a Presbyterian minister's recollections of a minister's travels through the war torn South with an extensive section on the Battle of Franklin - This Copy Warmly Inscribed and Signed by the Author - $135
H. M. Field - BRIGHT SKIES AND DARK SHADOWS - Scribner's Sons - N.Y. 1890 - 1st Edition - In Green Cloth with Maps - FINE Condition - Gilt Top Edge - Details of a Presbyterian minister's recollections of a minister's travels through the war torn South with an extensive section on the Battle of Franklin - This Copy Warmly Inscribed and Signed by the Author with 1890 Date - $135
Frank E. Fields Jr. - 28TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1985 - ISBN# 0930919157 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - Maps - $195
FINAL REPORT OF THE NEW JERSEY GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD MONUMENT COMMISSION - Longstreet House, 1997 - Reprint of scarce 1891 report - Excellent background on monuments and dedication ceremonies - 194pp - Illustrations - Index - New Map added - $20
Bradley Finfrock - ACROSS THE RAPPAHANNOCK - Heritage Books - Experiences of both Union and Confederate sides as the Army of the Potomac attempts to cross the Rappahannock in 1862 - 252pp - Maps - Illustrated - Biblio - name and Unit Indexes - Brand New Softcover - $27
Fishel, Edwin C. - THE SECRET WAR FOR THE UNION : THE UNTOLD STORY OF MILITARY INTELLIGENCE IN THE CIVIL WAR - Mariner Books - ISBN# 0395901367 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 734pp - Maps - Photos - Illustrations - Biblio - Index - Notes - $20
Fisher, Gary - REBEL CORNBREAD & YANKEE COFFEE: CIVIL WAR CAMPFIRE COOKING - Crain Publishing - 112pp - Brand New Softcover - $7.95
Fisher, James - MANLY DEEDS - WOMANLY WORDS: HISTORY OF THE 6TH REGIMENT MARYLAND INFANTRY - Heritage Books - ISBN# 1585498246 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 207pp - The 6th Maryland Regiment Maryland Infantry was part of the 6th Corps, the most famous Corps in the Union Army. Until now, little has been written about this regiment's contribution, yet on the actual battlefields, there are markers designating their position and participation. To correct this oversight, the author spent three years gleaning information from official records, diaries, letters and newspaper articles. The research for this book also led to the creation of the 6th Regiment of Maryland Infantry Descendant's Association whose members contributed valuable information. A brief history of Maryland precedes the detailed narrative account, complete with the regiment's organization and training, campaigns and battles, and much more. Numerous photos, a fullname plus subject index and appendices add to the value of this book. Names, muster dates, and other information as available, are listed for Companies A-I, K and unassigned enlisted men - Publisher's List Price = $21 - Our Price - $20.50
John E. Fisher - THEY RODE WITH FORREST AND WHEELER - A Chronicle of Five Tennessee Brothers' Service in the Confederate Western Cavalry - McFarland Publishing - 320pp - maps - photos - notes - bibliography - index - using the wartime diary of his brother, correspondence and other materials, the author writes the history of the Western Cavalry and service of the 11th and 4th Tennessee Cavalry under Joseph Wheeler and Nathan Bedford Forrest - Brand New Laminated Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $32
Noel C. Fisher - WAR AT EVERY DOOR: PARTISAN POLITICS AND GUERRILLA VIOLENCE IN EAST TENNESSEE, 1860-1869 - Univ. North Carolina - 288pp - Dust Jacket - Illustrated - Maps - Notes - Bibliography - Index - East Tennessee was the site of fierce Unionist resistance to secession and the scene of unrelenting guerrilla warfare between Union and Confederate supporters.. Fisher examines these events and follows them from the beginning of secession through reconstruction - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $32.50 - Our Price - $29
Noel C. Fisher - WAR AT EVERY DOOR: PARTISAN POLITICS AND GUERRILLA VIOLENCE IN EAST TENNESSEE, 1860-1869 - Univ. North Carolina - 288pp - Illustrated - Maps - Notes - Bibliography - Index - East Tennessee was the site of fierce Unionist resistance to secession and the scene of unrelenting guerrilla warfare between Union and Confederate supporters.. Fisher examines these events and follows them from the beginning of secession through reconstruction - Brand New Softcover - $18.95
John Fiske - THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Houghton Mifflin - N.Y. 1902 - FINE Condition - front hinge starting - $35
John Fiske - THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Heritage Books - 374pp - Reprint of 1902 Original - Illustrated - Maps - Name/Subject Index - Brand New Softcover - $34
John Fiske - OLD VIRGINIA AND HER NEIGHBORS - 2 Vols - Houghton Mifflin - N.Y. 1902 (1) 1st - $45
Fiske, Samuel W.(Captain, 14th Connecticut Infantry - MR. DUNN BROWNE'S EXPERIENCES IN THE ARMY - Fordham Univ. Press - 254pp - Index - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Edited by Stephen Sears - Fiske wrote this using Dunn Browne as a pseudonym - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $39.45
Fiske, Samuel W.(Captain, 14th Connecticut Infantry - MR. DUNN BROWNE'S EXPERIENCES IN THE ARMY - Fordham Univ. Press - 254pp - Index - Edited by Stephen Sears - Fiske wrote this using Dunn Browne as a pseudonym - Brand New Softcover - $20
Wilbur Fiske (2nd Vermont Infantry) - HARD MARCHING EVERY DAY: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF PRIVATE WILBUR FISKE - Univ Kansas Press - 384pp - Photos - Maps - Brand New Softcover - $15.95
Wilbur Fiske (2nd Vermont Infantry) - HARD MARCHING EVERY DAY: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF PRIVATE WILBUR FISKE - Univ Kansas Press - 384pp - Photos - Maps - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $27.50 - Our Price - $24.75
John Fitch - ANNALS OF THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND - Heritage Books - Reprint of Scarce Original - 734pp - 2 volumes - illustrated - maps - index - Brand New Softcover - $53
Fitzpatrick, Marion Hill (Sergeant Major, 45th Georgia Vols) - LETTERS TO AMANDA: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF MARION HILL FITZPATRICK, ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA - Mercer Univ Press - 2nd Printing - 256pp - Dust jacket - Photos - Maps - Index - Biblio - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
FIVE POINTS IN THE RECORD OF NORTH CAROLINA IN THE GREAT WAR OF 1861-5 Schroeder Publications - 91pp - Reprint of Scarce 1904 Original - Glossy Hardcover - With Introduction and Added Materials by Patrick Schroeder including - Corrected Index - Photos and Monument Inscriptions - SIGNED by Pat Schroeder at No Extra Charge - Brand New - $16.95
Flagel, Thomas R. - THE HISTORY BUFF'S GUIDE TO THE CIVIL WAR: KEY PEOPLE, PLACES AND EVENTS - Cumberland House - BRAND NEW Softcover - 400pp - Index - Notes - Biblio - Illustrated - $16.95
(BowieKnife) Flayderman, Norm - THE BOWIE KNIFE: UNLEASHING AN AMERICAN LEGEND - Mowbray Books - ISBN# 193146412X - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 512pp - 260 Beautiful Detailed Full-Page Color Photos - Index - Biblio - Terminology - Publisher's List Price = $79.95 - Our Price - $75

(Flayderman) Norm Flayderman - FLAYDERMAN'S GUIDE TO ANTIQUE AMERICAN FIREARMS AND THEIR VALUES - North South Trader -8th Edition - 669pp - Hundreds of Photos - Fully Updated Pricing for Antique Firearms - Brand New Oversized Softcover - $34.95

Stephen F. Fleharty (102nd Illinois) - "JOTTINGS FROM DIXIE": THE CIVIL WAR DISPATCHES OF SERGEANT MAJOR STEPHEN F. FLEHARTY, U.S.A. - LSU Press - 232pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrated - Edited by Philip Reyburn and Terry Wilson - Fleharty's letters were written in two Rock Island Illinois newspapers and were written for the general public and friends and relatives of the men of the 102nd Illinois with whom he served - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price =$34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
Paul Fleischman - BULL RUN - Harper Collins - For ages 10 and up - Brand New Hardcover - $14.95/Brand New Softcover - $4.95
Paul Fleischman - THE BORNING ROOM: A NOVEL - Harper Collins - For ages 11 and up - Brand New Softcover - $4.95
James R. Fleming - BAND OF BROTHERS: COMPANY "C" NINTH TENNESSEE INFANTRY - White Mane - 192pp - Dust Jacket - Maps - Photos - Bibliography - Index - Well-educated, zealously religious and unbelievably gallant and devoted Confederate troops from Western Tennessee. Taken from diaries of 5 of the author's uncles who served in the unit. Of 120 men who went to war, only 11 returned - Brand New - $24.95
James R. Fleming - THE NINTH TENNESSEE INFANTRY - A ROSTER - White Mane - 184pp - of 120 members, only 11 survived the war - Companion to Fleming's "Band of Brothers" - Brand New - Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $25 - Our Price - $23
(Fleming) (Fleming) Fleming, Vivian M. - CAMPAIGNS OF THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA INCLUDING THE JACKSON VALLEY CAMPAIGN 1861-1865 - Richmond 1928 - Scarce 1st Edition - NEAR FINE Condition - Light Discoloring to Boards - 167pp - Fold-Out Maps - Personal observations of the author who served in the 2nd Company of the Richmond Howitzers - $325

Flood, Charles Bracelen - LEE: THE LAST YEARS- Audio Tape - Blackstone Audiobooks - The Complete Unabridged Book - Read by Michael Anthony - Seven 1 & hour cassettes - List Price = $49.95 Our Price = $45
Flood, Charles Bracelen - GRANT AND SHERMAN : THE FRIENDSHIP THAT WON THE CIVIL WAR- Farrar Straus & Giroux - ISBN# 0374166005 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 460pp - Biblio - Index - Notes - Photos - List Price = $26.95 Our Price = $23.95
F.A. Flower - LIFE OF MATTHEW H. CARPENTER - Madison 1883 - First Edition - VERY FINE Condition - Wisconsin Senator who staunchly supported the Union - $50 (LC)- SALE PRICE - $40
FOLLOWING THE FIFTH KANSAS CAVALRY: THE ROSTER - Two Trails Publishing - Roster of the men of the Kansas 5th cavalry - includes names, rank, physical description, place of bitrh, residence at time of enlistment and remarks. Added data from reunion records of 1888 and 1911 included. - 225 pp - Brand New Softcover - $19.50
Eric Foner - RECONSTRUCTION: AMERICA'S UNFINISHED REVOLUTION, 1863-1877 - Harper Collins - Brand New Softcover - $21
Foote, Shelby - THE CIVIL WAR: A NARRATIVE- Audio Tape - Blackstone Audiobooks - The Complete Unabridged Book - Read by Grover Gardner - Three Complete Books in Seven Parts - A total of 94 - 1 & hour cassettes - List Price = $619.65 Our Price = $557 Make payments
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Forbes, Edwin - THIRTY YEARS AFTER: AN ARTIST'S MEMOIR OF THE CIVIL WAR - LSU Press -344pp - 11 x 14 inches - over 200 Black & White Illustrations - 189 Etchings - Edited by William J. Cooper - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $65 - Our Price - $58
Eugene Forbes (Private, 4th NJ Infantry) - DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR - Belle Grove, Kearny - 215pp - Index - Photos - Reprint of scarce title published in 1865. Forbes died at Andersonville Prison, but his diary survived intact and was printed without embellishment - Considered one of the rarest and most honest Andersonville Prison accounts ever published - Brand New Hardcover - $25
Jesse Hill Ford - THE RAIDER - A Novel of the Tennessee Frontier and the Civil War - Little Brown - Boston 1975 - FINE Condition - 1st/DJ - $25
Ben F. Fordney - STONEMAN AT CHANCELLORSVILLE: THE COMING OF AGE OF UNION CAVALRY - White Mane - 88pp - Stoneman's Raid in 1863 was a turning point in Union cavalry fighting - Illustrated - Biblio - Index - Brand New Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $7.95 - Our Price - $7
(Stoneman) Fordney, Ben Fuller - GEORGE STONEMAN : A BIOGRAPHY OF THE UNION GENERAL - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 078643225X -BRAND NEW Laminated Hardcover - 197pp - Index - Notes - Biblio - Photos - During an 1865 raid through North Carolina, Major General George Stoneman missed capturing the fleeing Jefferson Davis only by a matter of hours, timing somewhat typical of Stoneman's life and career. This biography provides an in-depth look at the life and military career of Major General George Stoneman, beginning with his participation in the 2,000-mile march of the Mormon Battalion and other western expeditions. The main body of the work focuses on his Civil War service, during which he directed the progress of the Union cavalry and led several pivotal raids on Confederate forces. In spite of Stoneman's postwar career as military governor of Virginia and governor of California, his life was marked by his inability to reach ultimate success in war or politics, necessitating a discussion of his weaknesses as a commander and a politician. Period photographs are included - Publisher's List Price = $49.95 - Our Price - $44.95

Fordyce, Benjamin - ECHOES - FROM THE LETTERS OF A CIVIL WAR SURGEON - Bayou Publishing, Union Springs, 1996 - Correspondence of Benjamin Fordyce, Assistant Surgeon with the 160th NY Volunteers. Edited by Lydia P. Hecht (Signed by editor at no extra charge) - Covers period from July 1863 till February 1865. The first year of this journal covers details of his service in Louisiana and the Red River Campaign where he was held captive for 10 weeks in the Confederate prison at Mansfield and served as surgeon to the prisoners detained there. He then went to Virginia and worked in camps and military hospitals in Winchester where he performed amputations and other medical services. - Illustrated with laid-in facsimile of list of wounded prisoners in Mansfield Prison Hospital - Softcover - Brand New - $16.95
Formento, F / Schuppert, M. - NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS ON ARMY SURGERY (AMERICAN CIVIL WAR MEDICAL SERIES, VOL 9) - Jeremy Norman - ISBN# 0930405188 - BRAND NEW Clothbound Limited Edition Reprint of 1863 New Orleans Original - Bound with Treatise on Gunshot Wounds: Written for and dedicated to Surgeons of the C.S.A. - Direct shipped by publisher - $74
Fornieri, Joseph R. - ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S POLITICAL FAITH - Northern Illinois Univ - ISBN# 0875803156 - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 209pp - Index - Biblio- Publisher's List Price = $38 - Our Price - $34
Michael A. Forsyth - THE CAMDEN EXPEDITION OF 1864 AND THE OPPORTUNITY LOST BY THE CONFEDERACY TO CHANGE THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786437351 - 184pp - Illustrated - Maps - Biblio - Index - Brand New Laminated Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $36
(Red River) Michael A. Forsyth - THE RED RIVER CAMPAIGN OF 1864 AND THE LOSS BY THE CONFEDERACY OF THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 182pp - Illustrated - Maps - Biblio - Index - The Union Army's Red River Campaign began on March 12, 1864, with a two-pronged attack aimed at gaining control of Shreveport, Louisiana. It lasted until May 22, 1864, when, after suffering significant casualties, the Union army retreated to Simmesport, Louisiana. The campaign was an attempt to prevent Confederate alliance with the French in Mexico, deny supplies to Confederate forces, and secure vast quantities of Louisiana and Texas cotton for Northern mills. With this examination of Confederate leadership and how it affected the Red River Campaign, the author argues against the standard assumption that the campaign had no major effect on the outcome of the war. In fact, the South had and lost an excellent opportunity to inflict a decisive defeat that might have changed the course of history. With this campaign as an ideal example, the politics of military decision-making in general are also analyzed - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $32.95

FORT SUMTER - NPS - Wash DC - National Parks Handbook - FINE Condition - Wraps - $7
George Fowle (39th Mass Vols) - LETTERS TO ELIZA FROM A UNION SOLDIER, 1862-1865 - Follett Pub, 1969 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - 176pp - Dust Jacket - Maps - Illustrations - Photos - Edited by Margery Greenleaf - The 39th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry served in the Eastern Theater, defending Washington, fighting at Mine Run, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Petersburg and Appomattox - $30
Fowler, John D. - MOUNTAINEERS IN GRAY : THE NINETEENTH TENNESSEE VOLUNTEER INFANTRY REGIMENT, C. S. A. - Univ Tennessee Press - ISBN# 1572333146 -BRAND NEW Hardcover with a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 282pp - Index - Notes - Biblio - Maps - Photos - Publisher's List Price = $34 - Our Price - $30.95
Fowler Jr., William M. - UNDER TWO FLAGS: THE AMERICAN NAVY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Naval Institute Press - 352pp - Photos - Drawings - Brand New Softcover - $18.95
(Red Clay) Fox III, John J. - RED CLAY TO RICHMOND: TRAIL OF THE 35TH GEORGIA INFANTRY REGIMENT, CSA - Angle Valley Press - ISBN# 0971195021 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 496pp - Index - Photos - Maps - Biblio - Rosters - Publisher's List Price = $37.95 - Our Price - $35 (ALSO AVAILABLE IN SOFTCOVER FOR $19.95)

(McGee) Fox, Thomas - DRUMMER BOY WILLIE MCGEE, CIVIL WAR HERO AND FRAUD- McFarland Pub - ISBN# 9780786432899 - BRAND NEW Laminated Softcover - Foreword by Joseph Bilby - 267pp - Notes - Biblio - Index - Photos - On December 7, 1864, just one week after the bloody battle of Franklin, Tennessee, William McGee, a drummer boy from Newark, New Jersey, was credited with leading a Federal force to a decisive victory over the Confederates in a clash just thirty miles from the carnage at Franklin. This 15-year-old Irish-American, on convalescent duty and acting as an orderly to General Lovell Rousseau, was recognized for the capture of two guns, several hundred prisoners, and the saving of Fortress Rosecrans in Murfreesboro from the famed Nathan Bedford Forrest. For his actions, young McGee would soon be awarded a Medal of Honor, written up in newspapers and books as a glorious New Jersey legend, be commissioned as a lieutenant in the United States Army at age 18, and then, inexplicably at the height of his notoriety, virtually disappear from history for more than 100 years. This is the story of a lost war hero, a man-child with the world at his feet, whose fall from grace is accelerated by fame, lies, alcohol, bigamy, and murder - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $31

Tryphena Fox - A NORTHERN WOMAN IN THE PLANTATION SOUTH: LETTERS OF TRYPHENA BLANCHE HOLDER FOX, 1856-1867 - Univ S. Carolina, 1997 - Edited by Wilma King - Triumphs and tragedies of a Massachusetts woman struggling to live in rural Louisiana during the Civil War - Brand New Softcover - $14.95
William F. Fox - REGIMENTAL LOSSES IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR 1861-1865 - Guild Press - CD Rom - Compatible only with Windows - Fully Searchable - Includes at no extra cost - All 127 Volumes of the Army Official Records (without indices) - Fox's Regimental Losses in the Civil War - Dyer's Compendium of the War of the Rebellion - Guide Index to the Official Records by Archives historians and - Users Guide to the Official Records - *CBS (A "Confederate Bookshelf" Title) -List Price = $69.95 Our Price = $65.95
Frankel, Noralee - FREEDOM'S WOMEN : BLACK WOMEN AND FAMILIES IN CIVIL WAR ERA MISSISSIPPI (BLACKS IN THE DIASPORA) - Indiana University Press - ISBN# 0253334950 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 270pp - Notes - Biblio - Index - $21.95
William Frassanito - ANTIETAM: A PHOTOGRAPHIC LEGACY OF AMERICA'S BLOODIEST DAY - Thomas Publications - 304pp - over 300 illustrations and Maps - Brand New Softcover - $15.95
William Frassanito - EARLY PHOTOGRAPHY AT GETTYSBURG - Thomas Publications, Gettysburg - over 300 illustrations and Maps - size 8 1/2 by 11 inches - Brand New Softcover - - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $32
William A. Frassanito - GETTYSBURG: A JOURNEY IN TIME - Thomas Publications - 248pp - Index - Maps - Lots of Photos - Frassanito is well known for this photographic history - originally issued by Scribner's - Brand New - Softcover - UBS#30 - $14.95
William Frassanito - THE GETTYSBURG THEN AND NOW COMPANION- Thomas Publications - 60pp - Over 100 Photos of the battlefield - size 8 by 11 inches - Brand New Softcover - $8.95
William Frassanito - THE GETTYSBURG THEN AND NOW: TOURING THE BATTLEFIELD WITH OLD PHOTOS 1863-1889- Thomas Publications - 59pp - Over 100 Photos of the battlefield - size 8 by 11 inches - Brand New Softcover - $8.95
William Frassanito - GRANT AND LEE - THE VIRGINIA CAMPAIGNS - Thomas Publications, 1995 - Reprint of the 1983 Original - 442pp - Brand New Softcover - $18.95
Frazier, Donald S. - BLOOD AND TREASURE: CONFEDERATE EMPIRE IN THE SOUTHWEST - Texas A&M 1995 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition in FINE Dust Jacket - Hardcover - Nicely SIGNED by Author on Title Page - $55
Frazier, Donald S. (Ed) - LOVE AND WAR : THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS AND MEDICINAL BOOK OF AUGUSTUS V. BALL - State House Press - ISBN# 9781933337425 -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 528pp - Love and War: The Civil War Letters and Medicinal Book of Augustus V. Ball is not a typical Civil War letter collection. Ball's circumstances and experiences allowed him to glimpse the war through two sets of eyes, that of a loving husband, and of an increasingly disillusioned physician. The inclusion of Ball's medicinal recipe book is the first of its kind to appear in print completely annotated. Readers will find themselves not only sympathetic to the struggles of one newlywed couple, but educated about the medical and herbal lore of that era. During the war, Ball and his wife, Argent, managed to stay in contact, not only with each other, but with their various friends and family throughout the South. Ball's letters home give an account of one man's experiences in the Trans-Mississippi Theater of the Civil War with the Twenty-third Texas Cavalry, and later with McMahan's Light Artillery Battery. The mail he and his wife received from others a cross-section of the Southern experience in general. - Publisher's List Price = $59.95 -Our Price - $49.95
Frazier, Donald S. - THUNDER ACROSS THE SWAMP : THE FIGHT FOR THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI, FEBRUARY 1863 - MAY 1863 - State House Press - ISBN# 9781933337449 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 630pp - Echoes from the Battle of Galveston had barely faded before a new Federal offensive began rolling down the banks of the Mississippi River. General Ulysses S. Grant, intent on reducing the Confederate citadel at Vicksburg, began looking for ways to reduce the fortress and return control of the mightiest of American rivers to northern control. Downstream in New Orleans, General Nathaniel P. Banks received orders to cooperate however he could in this effort, but faced challenges of his own, blocked by the Confederate bastion at Port Hudson. The problem facing Union war planners seemed nearly intractable. Both of these Confederate positions had key vulnerabilities. Both garrisons depended heavily on supplies thrown across the Mississippi from sources in Louisiana and Texas, and the task fell to the United States Navy to cut off this stream of cattle and corn. The ensuing campaign to interdict these rations turned into one of the most massive raids in Civil War history, involving tens of thousands of Union foot soldiers and cavalry and scores of warships and transports, plunging Louisiana into the pit of a destructive war that wrecked everything in its path. When General Banks launched his campaign up Bayou Teche and the Atchafalaya River in Louisiana, Confederates in the region faced the greatest challenge yet to their claims of independence and experienced for the first time the true devastation of war and the consequences of rebellion. Thunder Across the Swamp: The Fight for the Lower Mississippi, February May 1863 is the second of the four books in Donald S. Frazier's highly acclaimed Louisiana Quadrille. In this fast-paced narrative, readers ride along with gunboat skippers in duels along the Mississippi, trot along with cavalrymen as they slash their way through enemy lines, experience the dust and confusion of infantry assaults, and mourn with Louisiana, Texas, and New England families that watch their property and families destroyed by civil war. Most students of this national calamity may believe they know well the campaigns on the Mississippi; Thunder Across the Swamp promises to fill in the less well-known story of the fight to control the west bank during the crucial campaigns of 1863. - Publisher's List Price = $59.95 -Our Price - $49.95
Frazier, Harriet C. - RUNAWAY AND FREED MISSOURI SLAVES AND THOSE WHO HELPED THEM, 1763-1865 - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 078641829x - BRAND NEW Laminated Hardcover - 214pp - Notes - Biblio - Index - Photos - Publisher's List Price = $45 -Our Price - $41
Douglas S. Freeman - LEE'S LIEUTENANTS: A STUDY IN COMMAND - Scribner's 1942, 1943, 1944 - VERY GOOD Condition Hardcover 3 Volume Set - Vol 2 is a 1st Edition - Nevins calls this "The ablest descriptive and evaluative study of the leading generals and their campaigns in Lee's Army; massively documented, movingly written, highly authoritative, and faintly smug." - *In Tall Cotton #61 - $65
Douglas S. Freeman - R. E. LEE - Scribners, NY 1941 - 4 Volume Set - 4 Volume Set - In Red Cloth - FINE Condition - Bright Clean Covers and interior - Maps - Photos - Indexed - Fold-Out map in Vol 1 - Nevins calls this "A classic example of the biographical form; exhaustively researched, vividly written, balanced, judicious and definitive in its portrayal of the Confederacy's greatest soldier." - In Tall Cotton #62 - Increasingly Scarce - $225
Douglas S. Freeman - THE SOUTH TO POSTERITY - AN INTRODUCTION TO THE WRITING OF CONFEDERATE HISTORY - Broadfoot - Notes - Index - includes his "Confederate Bookshelf" - Dust Jacket - Reprint - *(Listed ITC #63) - Brand New - $30
Douglas Southall Freeman - THE SOUTH TO POSTERITY: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE WRITING OF CONFEDERATE HISTORY - LSU Press - With a New Introduction by Gary W. Gallagher - Freeman reviews soldiers' battlefield accounts; vindications penned just after the war; biographies of and tributes to General Lee; women's commentaries; thoughts from foreign observers and participants; and diaries, letters, and speeches; and discusses topics yet to be addressed. - 272 pp - Brand New Softcover - $17.95
Arthur J. L. Fremantle - THREE MONTHS IN THE SOUTHERN STATES - APRIL-JUNE 1863 - Greenhouse Publishing - Reprint of 1863 Original - 316pp - Nevins says of this "Fully deserving of its reputation as the best commentary on the wartime South by an English visitor" - Brand New Hardcover - *CBS (A "Confederate Bookshelf" Title) - *In Tall Cotton #64 - $24.95
Arthur J. L. Fremantle - THREE MONTHS IN THE SOUTHERN STATES - APRIL-JUNE 1863 - Univ Nebraska Press - Reprint of 1863 Original - 329pp - Nevins says of this "Fully deserving of its reputation as the best commentary on the wartime South by an English visitor" - Brand New Softcover - *CBS (A "Confederate Bookshelf" Title) - *ITC #64 - Publisher's List Price = $16.95 - Our Price - $15
Jessie Benton Fremont - THE STORY OF THE GUARD -Ticknor & Fields, Boston 1863 - 1st edition - Great Condition - 227pp - $150
Gen. Samuel G. French, CSA - TWO WARS:THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND DIARY OF GEN. SAMUEL G. FRENCH, CSA - Blue Acorn Press - Dust Jacket - 432 pp - Photos - Illustrations - Maps - Reprint of 1901 Original with added photos - Born in New Jersey in 1818 and a graduate of West Point in 1843, Samuel G. French won distinction in the Mexican War as a lieutenant of light artillery, serving in the same company with Braxton Bragg, George H. Thomas and John F. Reynolds. He fought at Palo Alto, Resaca and Monterey, receiving two brevets for gallantry and a serious leg wound in the battle of Buena Vista. Settling later in Mississippi, joined the Confederacy at the start of the war and reached the grade of major general and division commander, serving with Longstreet in Virginia, Johnston in Mississippi and Georgia, and Hood in some of the Army of Tennessee's last battles. His division saw bloody action at Kennesaw Mountain, Peachtree Creek, Atlanta, Allatoona, Franklin and Nashville, all graphically detailed in this book. Confederate Gen. Stephen D. Lee called French's narrative, "one of the most interesting books gotten out since the War Between the States - Brand New - Publisher's List Price = $33.95 - Our Price - $30.55
Capt William French, William Barry and H. J. Hunt - INSTRUCTIONS FOR FIELD ARTILLERY TO WHICH IS ADDED THE EVOLUTIONS OF BATTERIES - New Market 1994 - Reprint of 1864 Original - 281pp - 122 Plates - Organization, Material, Service, Tactics Instruction, School of the Piece, School of the section, School of the Battery and Evolutions of Batteries - Brand New - $55
Frey, Donald J. - LONGSTREET'S ASSAULT - PICKETT'S CHARGE: THE LOST RECORD OF PICKETT'S WOUNDED - White Mane - 240pp - Dust Jacket - Illustrated - Maps - Biblio - Index - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $26.95
Jerry Frey - GRANDPA'S GONE: THE ADVENTURES OF DANIEL BUCHWALTER IN THE WESTERN ARMY 1862-1865 (120th Ohio Volunteers - "The Bloody 120th") - Burd Street Press - Hardback - 227 pages - Bibliography - Index - Photos - Maps - The 120th fought at Vicksburg, Red River, Arkansas Post and Port Gibson until it was dissolved in 1864 after an ambush decimated the unit. There were no original histories done by this unit after the war (probably because so many died). This details Buchwalter's time in this unit and it is unique in that the focus is on everyday life rather than the bloody details of battles.- $30
Jerry Frey - IN THE WOODS BEFORE DAWN - Thomas Publications - 296pp - Collection of over 70 letters from the Samuel Richey Collection of the Southern Confederacy - details of disputes and controversies among Confederate leaders - Brand New Softcover - $21.95
Frost, Griffin - CAMP AND PRISON JOURNAL: EMBRACING SCENES IN CAMP, ON THE MARCH, AND IN PRISONS - Camp Pope Bookshop - ISBN# 1929919093 - BRAND NEW Softcover - Reprint of 1867 Original - 354pp - New Introduction - Index - One of the earliest of Confederate prison memoirs, Camp and Prison Journal was written in response to reports of atrocities committed against Northern prisoners of war in Andersonville, Libby and Belle Isle prisons. The author joined the Missouri State Guard in August 1861 and fought in the Battles of Athens, Lexington, Pea Ridge, and the Defense of Corinth. He was captured while recruiting in Arkansas in November 1862 and sent to Gratiot Street Prison (formerly McDowell's Medical College) in St. Louis. Paroled and exchanged the following spring he returned to Arkansas where he fought in the Battle of Helena and continued his recruiting efforts. He was captured again in October 1863, while crossing the Missouri River. Frost spent the rest of the war in Gratiot and Alton Prisons, where he kept a diary, smuggling out completed portions whenever possible to the safekeeping of his wife in Palmyra, Missouri. Camp and Prison Journal, based on this diary, was published in 1867. Appended to Frost's journal are accounts by others of prison life in Camp Morton, Indiana, and Camp Douglas, Illinois, plus miscellaneous reports of civilian suffering in northeast Missouri - $19.99
Alice L. Fry - FOLLOWING THE FIFTH KANSAS CAVALRY: THE LETTERS - Two Trails Publishing - 220pp - Diary of Captain William Creitz, and letters of Lt William Trego and Private George Flanders - Illustrated - Name Index - Oversized Softcover - Brand New - $19.95
Alice L. Fry - FOLLOWING THE FIFTH KANSAS CAVALRY: THE ROSTERS - Two Trails Publishing - 225pp - Complete Rosters of the 5th Kansas Cavalry - Names, Rank, Physical Description, Places of Birth, Residence when Enlisted and Place of Death -Oversized Softcover - Brand New - $19.95
Alice L. Fry - KANSAS AND KANSANS IN THE CIVIL WAR: FIRST THROUGH THE THIRTEENTH VOLUNTEER REGIMENT - Two Trails Publishing - 109pp - Illustrated - Rosters - Oversized Brand New Softcover - $20
Fuchs, Richard L. - AN UNERRING FIRE : THE MASSACRE AT FORT PILLOW - Stackpole Books - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 190pp - Photos - Illustrations - Index - Biblio - Notes - Publisher's List Price - $22.95 - Our Price - $20
Fuld, George and Melvin - PATRIOTIC CIVIL WAR TOKENS - Whitman Pub, Racine 1965 - 78pp - FINE Condition - Detailed Guide with Photos of patriotic type tokens used as money during the Civil War - Vinyl Soft Cover - $30
Fuller, A. James - CHAPLAIN TO THE CONFEDERACY: BASIL MANLY AND BAPTIST LIFE IN THE OLD SOUTH - LSU Press - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price - $28.95 - Our Price - $26
Charles A. Fuller (61st NY) - PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF THE WAR OF 1861 - Edmonston Publishing - A study of the 61ST NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS in the Peninsular Campaign, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg - a well written Classic containing many intimate anecdotes and details - cited by Greg Coco as "one of the Top Ten Best Reminiscences of a wounded man in any battle of the Civil War - 136pp - photographs - index - Brand New Softcover - $13.95
Fuller, Claud E and Richard Steuart - FIREARMS OF THE CONFEDERACY - National Rifle Assn 1996 - AS NEW Condition Hardcover - Special Collector's Edition in Brown Leather with Gilt Edges - Decorative Gilt Stamping and Raised Bands on Spine - Silk Page Marker - Silk End Papers - 333pp - Illustrative plates - $75
Maj Gen J. F. C. Fuller - THE GENERALSHIP OF ULYSSES S. GRANT - Dodd Mead 1929 -1st edition - GOOD Condition - 452pp - gift inscription on fep - fold-out maps and plans- $20
Maj Gen J. F. C. Fuller - THE GENERALSHIP OF ULYSSES S. GRANT - DaCapo Press - Reprint of 1929 original - 446pp - 17 maps and plans - Brand New Softcover - $14.95
Maj Gen J. F. C. Fuller - GRANT AND LEE: A STUDY IN PERSONALITY AND GENERALSHIP - Indiana University Press - Reprint of 1933 original - 336pp - Brand New Softcover - $13.95
Gaede, Frederick C. - THE FEDERAL CIVIL WAR SHELTER TENT - O'Donnell Pub - ISBN# 0967073138 - Brand New Oversize Softcover - 134pp - Photos - Drawings - $20
Alan D. Gaff - ON MANY A BLOODY FIELD : FOUR YEARS IN THE IRON BRIGADE (Co. B, 19th Indiana Volunteers) - Indiana University Press - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket - Follows the unit from initial recruitment through mustering out - This unit fought at Manassas, Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Richmond, Gainesville, South Mountain, Antietam, Sharpsburg, Chancellorsville, Cold Harbor, Mine Run, and Petersburg - 499pp - Maps - Biblio - Index - Notes - 25 photos - Brand New - Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $26.95 Also available in Softcover - $17.95
Anthony Gage Jr.- Southside Virginia in the Civil War: Amelia, Brunswick, Charlotte, Halifax, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottoway & Prince Edward Counties - H. E. Howard 1999 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 174pp - Unit Histories - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $125
Gaines, W. Craig - ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CIVIL WAR SHIPWRECKS- LSU Press - ISBN# 0807132748 - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 231pp - Index - Illustrated - Maps - Publisher's List Price = $35.95 - Our Price - $32.95
Gary W. Gallagher - ANTIETAM : ESSAYS ON THE 1862 MARYLAND CAMPAIGN - Kent State Univ Pr - ISBN# 0873384008 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 102pp - Maps - Illustrated - $14
Gary W. Gallagher - THE ANTIETAM CAMPAIGN - Univ. N. Carolina - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 400pp - Illustrated - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - The climax of the Maryland Campaign came on September 17th, 1862 when more than 23,000 men fell in the battle of Antietam - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
Gary W. Gallagher - CHANCELLORSVILLE: THE BATTLE AND ITS AFTERMATH - Univ. N. Carolina - Dust Jacket - A series of 8 original essays on the battle by Robert Krick, James Robertson, Gallagher and others - Photos - Maps - Index - Brand New - Publisher's List Price = $32.50 - Our Price - $29
Gary W. Gallagher - THE CONFEDERATE WAR - Harvard Univ Pr - ISBN# 0674160568 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 218pp - Index - Notes - Photos - $16.95
Gary W. Gallagher - THE FREDERICKSBURG CAMPAIGN - Univ North Carolina - A series of essays by noted Civil War scholars - Brand New - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Gary W. Gallagher - LEE AND HIS ARMY IN CONFEDERATE HISTORY - Univ. N. Carolina -320PP - Brand New Hardcover - Dust Jacket - Illustrated - Maps - Notes - Index - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Gary W. Gallagher - LEE AND HIS GENERALS IN WAR AND MEMORY - LSU Press - ISBN# 0807122866 -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New brodart Cover) - Examines Robert E. Lee, his principal subordinates, the treatment they received in Confederate military history, and the continuing influence of Lost Cause arguments in the late 20th century - 288 pp - 32 halftones - 5 maps - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $24.95 AVAILABLE IN SOFTCOVER FOR $19
Gary W. Gallagher - LEE THE SOLDIER - Univ Nebraska Press - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in New Brodart Cover) - 620pp - Combining unpublished manuscripts, six new essays by leading historians, more than a dozen important essays and an annotated bibliography of 200 key titles, this book lays out the major debates and enables a full understanding of Lee's contribution to the Confederate Cause - Illustrated - Maps - Publisher's List Price = $50 - Our Price - $45
Gary W. Gallagher - LEE THE SOLDIER - Univ Nebraska Press - 692pp - Combining unpublished manuscripts, six new essays by leading historians, more than a dozen important essays and an annotated bibliography of 200 key titles, this book lays out the major debates and enables a full understanding of Lee's contribution to the Confederate Cause - Illustrated - Maps - Brand New Softcover - $19.95
Gary W. Gallagher - THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN OF 1862- Univ. N. Carolina - 296pp - Illustrated - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - One of the most important campaigns of the war - 35,000 casualties occurred during the seven days - with a total of 50,000 for this campaign - a colletcion of nine original essays covering command, strategy, tactics and other issues - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
Gary W. Gallagher - THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY CAMPAIGN OF 1862 - Univ. N. Carolina - ISBN# 080782786X - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in New Brodart Cover) - 255pp - Illustrated - Index Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
Gary W. Gallagher - THE SPOTSYLVANIA CAMPAIGN - Univ North Carolina - ISBN# 080782402X - 344pp - A collection of essays on this critical battle that examines in detail its impact on officersd and soldiers of both sides - insights into decisions made by Lee and his opponents with complete details of fighting at the "Bloody Angle" on May 12th, 1864 - Brand New - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $26.95
Gary W. Gallagher - STEPHEN DODSON RAMSEUR - LEE'S GALLANT GENERAL - Univ North Carolina - Brand New Softcover - $18.95
Gary W. Gallagher - THE THIRD DAY AT GETTYSBURG AND BEYOND - Univ. N. Carolina, Chapel Hill 1994 - 1st Edition -AS NEW Condition - Dust Jacket - A collection of six essays on the pivotal 3rd Day at Gettysburg - $25
Gary W. Gallagher - THE THIRD DAY AT GETTYSBURG AND BEYOND - Univ. N. Carolina - Dust Jacket - A collection of six essays on the pivotal 3rd Day at Gettysburg - Brand New - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $26.95
Gary W. Gallagher - THE THIRD DAY AT GETTYSBURG AND BEYOND - Univ. N. Carolina - A collection of six essays on the pivotal 3rd Day at Gettysburg - Brand New Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $13.95 - Our Price - $12.50
Gary W. Gallagher - THREE DAYS AT GETTYSBURG : ESSAYS ON CONFEDERATE AND UNION LEADERSHIP- Kent State Univ Pr - ISBN# 0873386299 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in dust jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 373pp - Notes - Maps - Illustrations - Biblio - Index - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $28.95
Gary Gallagher - THE WILDERNESS CAMPAIGN - Univ North Carolina - 288pp - Illustrated - 12 Maps - Notes - Bibliography - Index - A series of studies by noted Civil War scholars - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $32.50 - Our Price - $29
B. P. Gallaway (Editor) - TEXAS, THE DARK CORNER OF THE CONFEDERACY - Univ Nebraska Press, 3rd printing, 286pp, Maps. An assembly of eye witness accounts, both civilian and military. Details of Sabine Pass, the Battle of Galveston, organization of Texas units, blockade running and hanging of Unionists at Gainesville - Brand New Softcover - $16.95
A. M. Gambone - HANCOCK AT GETTYSBURG...AND BEYOND - Butternut and Blue - 375pages - Photos - Illustrations - Maps - Dust Jacket - In the vast accumulation of information on Gettysburg, General Winfield Scott Hancock has received notable accolades for his battlefield performance. Many historians credit Hancock as being the Union soldier most responsible for the victory. This title examines, for the first time, Hancock's performance, decisions, and the controversies that evolved from his brusk mannerism - APS #18 - Brand New - $35
A. M. Gambone - LEE AT GETTYSBURG...COMMENTARY ON DEFEAT: THE DEATH OF A MYTH - Butternut and Blue - 340pages - Photos - Illustrations - Map - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - $35
A. M. Gambone - THE LIFE OF ADAM JACOBY SLEMMER - ONE STRONG VOICE OF DEFIANCE - Butternut and Blue - BRAND NEW HARDCOVER issued without jacket - 232 pages - Recounts the life and deeds of Adam J. Slemmer from his birth in Frederick Township, Montgomery County to his heroic defense of Fort Pickens, at Pensacola Harbor, Florida during the Civil War to his service during the Indian Campaigns and his death at Fort Laramie, South Dakota. The introduction states, "it was at Fort Pickens where [Slemmer] was destined to leave his greatest Civil War legacy by steadfastly refusing to surrender [the fort] to the Alabama and Florida authorities during those early days of secession." - $30
A. M. Gambone - THE LIFE OF GENERAL SAMUEL K. ZOOK - Butternut and Blue - 320 pages - Dust Jacket - 9 maps - 64 photos - index - Zook was a citizen soldier who led the 57th New York Infantry early in the war and later commanded one of Hancock's brigades - He fought gallantly at Fredericksburg and at Gettysburg where his men fought to relieve the hard-pressed 3rd Corps - He was cut down by a single bullet at the Wheatfield - (APS#13) - Brand New - $30
A. M. Gambone - MAJ GEN DARIUS NASH COUCH - Butternut and Blue - 335 pages - maps - illustrations - photos - Index - Dust Jacket - A member of the famous West Point Class of 1846, he had a notable Civil War Career as a combat commander in the early days and at the 1864 Battle of Nashville - he defended Pennsylvania during two Confederate attacks - Brand New Hardcover - $35
A. M. Gambone - MAJ GEN JOHN FREDERICK HARTRANFT - Butternut and Blue - 378 pages - maps - illustrations - photo - dust jacket - Hartranft was an engineer and lawyer who earned the Medal of Honor at 1st Bull Run. He later raised the 51st Pennsylvania. At Antietam, he led the assault across Burnside's Bridge. Closely parallels Joshua Chamberlain's career (APS#8) - Brand New - $30
James Gannon - IRISH REBELS, CONFEDERATE TIGERS: A HISTORY OF THE 6TH LOUISIANA VOLUNTEERS, 1861-1865 - Savas Publishing - ISBN# 1882810163 - AS NEW Condition Hardcover in Dust jacket (Protected in a New brodart Cover) - 453pp - Photos - Illustrations - Maps - Biblio - Index - Rosters - The 6th Louisiana fought in nearly every battle in the Eastern theater including Jackson's Valley Campaign, Seven Days, Second Manassas, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Petersburg, Gettysburg and Appomattox - $25
Garafalo, Robert and Mark Elrod - A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF CIVIL WAR ERA MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MILITARY BANDS - Pictorial Histories - 116pp - Heavily Illustrated with Drawings and both Black and White and Color Photos - Biblio - Index - Brand New Oversized Softcover - $12.95
Garber, Mrs. A. W. - IN MEMORIAM SEMPITERNAM - Confederate Museum, Richmond 1896 - 98pp - FINE Condition - Details history and dedication of Confederate Museum - Photos - Drawings - Illustrations - $85
Joseph Garey - A KEYSTONE REBEL: THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF JOSEPH GAREY, HUDSON'S BATTERY, MISSISSIPPI VOLUNTEERS - Thomas Publications - Edited by David A. Welker - 128pp - Garey was raised in Pennsylvania but fought for the Confederacy as a members of Hudson's Battery of Mississippi Artillery. A rare daily account of life in this unit in the Western theater - Brand New Softcover - $11.95
Garnett, Theodore Stanford.- RIDING WITH STUART : REMINISCENCES OF AN AIDE-DE-CAMP - White Mane - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 124pp - Photos - Map - Index - Edited by Robert J. Trout- $19.95
Garren, Terrell T. - MOUNTAIN MYTH - UNIONISM IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA- The Reprint Company - ISBN# 0871525526 -BRAND NEW Hardcover issued without jacket - SIGNED By the Author - The author spent over 5 years researching the data used for this book - - he debunks the long held belief that there were thousands of Carolinians serving in the Union Army during the war - $25
(Secret) Garren, Terrell T. - THE SECRET OF WAR : A DRAMATIC HISTORY OF CIVIL WAR CRIME IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA- The Reprint Company - ISBN# 0871525453 -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 400pp - Index - First Edition - SIGNED by The Author -Based on the true-life experience of Delia Russell Youngblood, the great-grandmother of the author, raped by U.S cavalrymen at the age of 18 during Stoneman's Raid - Garren spent nearly fifteen years researching this story in particular and the Civil War history of western North Carolina in general. It is the story of Joseph Youngblood and Delia Russell of Hoopers Creek in Henderson County, North Carolina. The reader will follow Joseph through his enlistment as a part of Company H, the "Cane Creek Rifles," of the 25th North Carolina Infantry Regiment to the Battle of Malvern Hill, Virginia, and to battle in Sharpsburg, Maryland, where he was captured. Taken to the Union Camp Morton in Indianapolis, Indiana, he finally escapes and make his way down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers into Mississippi. Attempting to make his way back to North Carolina, he is in Dalton, Georgia, in May of 1864 when fourteen Confederate soldiers, including a brother, are executed for "desertion." Ultimately, being recaptured, he goes back to Camp Morton until the end of the war. - $25

Jerre Garrett - MUFFLED DRUMS AND MUSTARD SPOONS - White Mane - 330pp - Dust Jacket - Oversized hardcover 9x12 size - Details live in a border state from soldier letters and newspaper articles - Publisher's List Price = $40 each - Our Price - $36
Nancy S. Garrison - WITH COURAGE AND DELICACY: CIVIL WAR ON THE PENINSULA AND THE WOMEN OF THE U.S. SANITARY COMMISSION - Savas - 240pp - Dust Jacket - Photos - Maps - Brand New - $24.95
Garrison, Webb - THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CIVIL WAR USAGE: AN ILLUSTRATED COMPENDIUM OF EVERYDAY LANGUAGE OF SOLDIERS AND CIVILIANS- Cumberland House - Guide to words, phrases and slang used during the civil war - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $27.95 - Our Price - $25
Keith O. Gary - ANSWERING THE CALL: THE ORGANIZATION AND RECRUITING OF THE POTOMAC HOME BRIGADE, MARYLAND VOLUNTEERS, SUMMER AND FALL 1863 - Heritage Books - 308pp - Illustrated - Photos - Biblio - Complete Rosters - Based on documents (many never published) this presents an interesting view of the Maryland Volunteers who answered the call for troops in 1861. Brand New - Softcover - $30
Theodore B. Gates (Colonel 20th NYSM) - THE CIVIL WAR DIARIES OF COLONEL THEODORE B. GATES TWENTIETH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA - Longstreet House, 1992 - Edited by Seward Osborne - This regiment from Ulster County served in the First Corps at Antietam and Gettysburg and then in the Provost Guard of the Army of the Potomac - 197pp - Illustrated - 11 Maps - Index - Brand New - $25
Gault, W. P. (Sgt, 78th OVI) - OHIO AT VICKSBURG - Columbus 1906 - 1st Edition - 374pp - Maps - FINE Condition - previous owner name on reverse of title page - Bright Gilt Embossed Cover and Bright Title on Spine - Photos - Unit Histories - $135
Gay, Mary A. H. - LIFE IN DIXIE DURING THE WAR - Mercer Univ Press - 448pp - Reprint of 1892 original - Dust jacket - Edited by J. H. Segars - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $36
Gay, Mary A. H. - LIFE IN DIXIE DURING THE WAR - Mercer Univ Press - 448pp - Reprint of 1892 original - Edited by J. H. Segars - Brand New Softcover - $16
Geary, James W. - WE NEED MEN: THE UNION DRAFT IN THE CIVIL WAR - Northern Illinois Univ - 282pp - Brand New Hardcover - $32.00
Geer, John James (Captain, 48th Ohio Infantry) - BEYOND THE LINES: A YANKEE PRISONER LOOSE IN DIXIE - Digital Scanning - Reprint of 1864 Original - 285pp - Illustrated - Brand New Softcover - $19.95
Doug Gelbert - CIVIL WAR SITES, MEMORIALS, MUSEUMS AND LIBRARY COLLECTIONS - McFarland Publishing - BRAND NEW Laminated Softcover - An Excellent Reference Source - 240pp - Appendix - Index - Arranged by state. Provides capsule descriptions and information on Civil War sites and collections, including battlefields, memorial markers and statues, museums, cemeteries, and other landmarks with address, telephone numbers, admission fees (if any), hours and other pertinent information - Library Binding - Brand New Oversized Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $42
Genco, James - TO THE SOUND OF MUSKETRY AND TAP OF THE DRUM: A HISTORY OF MICHIGAN'S BATTERY "D" THROUGH THE LETTERS OF ARTIFICER HAROLD J. BARTLETT, 1861-1864 - Detroit Book Press - 2nd printing of 1983 original - This is the first documented account of Battery "D", 1st Michigan Light Artillery - Brand New - $20
Genoways, Ted and Hugh - A PERFECT PICTURE OF HELL: EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS BY CIVIL WAR PRISONERS FROM THE 12TH IOWA - Univ of Iowa Press - ISBN# 087745759X - 356pp - 1st Edition - Photos - Drawings - Biblio - Index - Details of the prison experiences at Belle Isle, Cahaba and Andersonville by members of the 12th Iowa, a unit that was captured 4 times during the war - Brand New Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $24.95 - Our Price - $22.95
Theodore Gerrish (20th Maine Infantry) - ARMY LIFE: REMINISCENCES OF THE CIVIL WAR - Stan Clark Books - 400 pages - dust jacket - new introduction by John Pullen - new index - A memoir of the 20th Maine Infantry - This is the only full-length book by a member of the 20th Maine - Brand New - Publisher's List Price = $25 - Our Price - $23
Gerteis, Louis S. - CIVIL WAR ST. LOUIS - Univ Kansas Press - 410pp - BRAND NEW Softcover) - Photos - Notes - Biblio - Index - List Price = $17.95 - Our Price - $15
Getler, Warren / Brewer, Bob - SHADOW OF THE SENTINEL : ONE MAN'S QUEST TO FIND THE HIDDEN TREASURE OF THE CONFEDERACY - Simon & Schuster - ISBN# 0743219686 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 304pp - Photos - Maps - Index - $23
GETTYSBURG OFFICIAL RECORDS - 3 Volume Set - Morningside, Dayton - 3534 pages - Printed and Stamped like the Government Printing Office originals in Black Cloth - Brand New - $150
John Gibbon - ADVENTURES ON THE WESTERN FRONTIER - Indiana University Press - 288pp - Dust Jacket - 1st Edition - Photos - Details Gibbon's experiences in the West from 1860 through 1870 when he was campaigned and scouted the area - Brand New Hardcover - $24.95
John Gibbon (Brig-Gen., U. S. Vols) - ARTILLERIST'S MANUAL - CD ROM - H-BAR Enterprises - This manual on CD was compiled from various sources and adapted to the service of the United States by Brig-Gen. Gibbon. It has over 200 illustrations - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 each - Our Price - $37.95
John Gibbon (Brig-Gen., U. S. Vols) - ARTILLERIST'S MANUAL - Morningside reprint of 1863 Original - 463pp - 281 Illustrations - 20 folding plates - Index - Brand New hardcover - $75
John Gibbon - PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF THE CIVIL WAR - Morningside - 426pp - Nevins calls these "Reliable, straightforward memoirs by an officer who for a time commanded the Iron Brigade; particularly good for the Gettysburg campaign." - Brand New Hardcover issued without jacket - Union Bookshelf #33 - $75
Charles Dana Gibson - DICTIONARY OF TRANSPORTS AND COMBATANT VESSELS, STEAM AND SAIL, EMPLOYED BY THE UNION ARMY 1861-1868 - Ensign Press, 1996 - 1st Edition - 416pp - Oversized Hardback - Dust Jacket - Library Binding - Appendix - Photos - Volume I of the Army's Navy Series provides a cross-indexed dictionary with operational notes on all vessels which served the Union Army Quartermaster Department on coastal or river routes in its wartime operations - Winner of the Lyman Book Award - Brand New - $43
Charles Dana Gibson - ASSAULT AND LOGISTICS - UNION ARMY COASTAL AND RIVER OPERATIONS 1861-1866 - Ensign Press, 1995 - 1st Edition - 655pp - Oversized Hardback - Dust Jacket - Mapped End Papers - Library Binding - Index of Ships - General Index - Bibliography - 16 Maps - Photos - Volume II of the Army's Navy Series tells the story of the 3500 vessels used by the Union Army Quartermaster Department in its wartime operations - Winner of the Lyman Book Award - $45
Gibson, J. T. - HISTORY OF THE SEVENTY-EIGHTH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Pittsburgh Printing 1905 - 1st Edition - VERY GOOD Condition - minor spotting to boards - wear to corners and board ends - Maps - Photos - Complete Rosters - The 78th Pennsylvania served throughout the war in the Western Theater, fighting at Stones River, Chickamauga, Lookout Mission, Missionary Ridge, Nashville and other battles - $195
Gibson, J. Watt - RECOLLECTIONS OF A PIONEER (Musser's 8th and 9th Missouri Infantry) - Two Trails Publishing -216pp - Reprint of 1912 Original - Brand New Softcover - $14.95
John Gill (1st Maryland Infantry) - COURIER FOR LEE AND JACKSON: MEMOIRS OF SERGEANT JOHN GILL, 1861-1865 - White Mane - 94pp - Recently rediscovered memoirs of John Gill, or Baltimore, Maryland - Biblio - Index - Brand New Softcover - $12
(1stOHCav) Gillespie, Samuel L. - A HISTORY OF CO. A, FIRST OHIO CAVALRY 1861-1865 - A MEMORIAL VOLUME - Washington Courthouse, Ohio 1898 - Scarce 1st edition - VERY FINE Condition (the cleanest copy of this we've seen) - 219pp plus errata - Photos - Bright and Clean Interior - Solid Hinges - The author was a Bugler with the Unit - The Unit fought in Maryland and Virginia - $595

(Cape Fear) Gillispie, James - CAPE FEAR CONFEDERATES - THE 18TH NORTH CAROLINA REGIMENT IN THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing - ISBN 9780786448470 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 248pp - 13 photos, appendix, bibliography, index - The 18th North Carolina Regiment has the dubious distinction of firing the volley at Chancellorsville, Virginia, that mortally wounded General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson. This tragic accident has overshadowed the regiment's otherwise valiant service during the Civil War. One of Robert E. Lee's "fighting regiments," the 18th North Carolina was a part of two famous Confederate military machines, A.P. Hill's Light Division and Jackson's foot cavalry. This revealing history chronicles the regiment's exploits from its origins through combat with the Army of Northern Virginia at Hanover Court House, the Seven Days' Battles, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, and other battles to its surrender at Appomattox Court House as a battered, much smaller shell of its former self. A roster of those surrendering officers and enlisted men and brief biographical sketches of those who fought with the regiment for most of the war complete this enlightening account. - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $31.50

Gillmore, Quincy A. - SIEGE AND REDUCTION OF FORT PULASKI - Thomas Publications - 112pp - General Gillmore was the chief engineer - his report on the destruction of Ft Pulaski, Georgia details use of rifled cannon - drawings of projectiles - Brand New Softcover - $7.95
Gilmore, Colonel Harry - FOUR YEARS IN THE SADDLE - Butternut & Blue - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 291pp - New Intro and Photos - Gilmore served with Ashby, participated at Gettysburg and scouted the Shenandoah with Pelham when he was mortally wounded - $55
Gilmore, James R. - AMONG THE GUERILLAS - New York 1866 - VERY GOOD Condition - 286pp - light foxing/staining to interior pages - $75
John H. Gilson (126th Ohio) - HISTORY OF THE 126TH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Blue Acorn Press - 327pp - Reprint of 1883 Original - 58 Photographic and Engraved Images - Dust Jacket - a new index and 52 new photo portraits - Brand New Hardcover -
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James Gindlesperger - ESCAPE FROM LIBBY PRISON - White Mane - 272pp - Bibliography - On February 9, 1864, 109 Union officers escaped from Libby Prison in Richmond by means of a tunnel dug with crude tools. The escape was one of the most dramatic in military history and hastened the transfer of prisoners to Andersonville and other prisons where conditions were much worse. - Brand New - $24.95
(Gingrich) Gingrich, Newt / Forstchen, William - GETTYSBURG : A NOVEL OF THE CIVIL WAR - St Martins Press - ISBN# 031230935X - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 463pp - Photo Illustrated - $24.95

(Gettysburg) Girardi, Robert I. - GETTYSBURG IN ART AND ARTIFACTS - Crimson Books - ISBN# 9780984165223 - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 1st Edition Printing - 128pp - Gettysburg in Art and Artifacts is a treasure trove about the Civil War's greatest battle. Here in full color the story of the battle is brought vividly to life. The narrative presents an overview of the battle, following the major action on a day by day basis and also highlighting the experiences of individual soldiers and participants of the battle. An account of the aftermath of the battle and its affect on the landscape and the town is also provided. President Abraham Lincoln's visit is discussed as is the commemoration of the battle as it passed into history. A separate section highlights the collections of the Gettysburg Museum in an interview with the curator. The artifacts, which are both witnesses to and participants of the battle, work side by side with images of the soldiers and leaders and photographs of the battlefield as it is today to bring life to the narrative. The story is enhanced and illustrated with thirty-five paintings from noted historical artist Keith Rocco, some published here for the first time. The combination of visual imagery with descriptive text provides a rich and multidimensional story, providing the reader not only with the narrative, but also with a visual window to the past. - Publisher's List Price = $24.95 - Our Price - $21.95 ALSO AVAILABLE IN HARDCOVER - $43.95

(Rocco) Girardi, Robert I. - THE SOLDIER'S VIEW: THE CIVIL WAR ART OF KEITH ROCCO - Military Hist Press - ISBN# 0974877425 - BRAND NEW Oversized Oblong Hardcover - 192pp - 90 Color Plates - 25 Black & White Drawings - Ships 1-2 Days direct from publisher - Added Six Dollar charge for Overseas Orders - Includes soldier studies, battle scenes and new works created exclusively for this publication - Publisher's List Price = $69.95 - Our Price - $60

Girvan, Jeffrey M. -THE 55TH NORTH CAROLINA IN THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 0786425202 - BRAND NEW Laminated Hardcover - 192pp - Index - Notes - Maps - Photos - Rosters - Publisher's List Price = $55 - Our Price - $51
Gladstone, William A. - MEN OF COLOR - Thomas Publications - 227pp - In depth review of the role of black Americans in the Civil War - Brand New Softcover - $17.95
Glasgow, Ellen - THE BATTLE GROUND - Univ. Alabama Press - Reprint - 576pp - Introduction by Susan Goodman - Brand New Softcover - $19.95
Joseph T. Glatthaar - AMERICAN CIVIL WAR : THE WAR IN THE WEST 1863-1865 - Osprey - Brand New Softcover - 95pp - Index - Photos - Color Maps - Part of the Essential Histories Series - $14.95
Joseph T. Glatthaar - FORGED IN BATTLE - THE CIVIL WAR ALLIANCE OF BLACK SOLDIERS AND WHITE OFFICERS - Free Press, NY 1990 - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket - Illustrations - Notes - Bibliography - Index - $35
Joseph T. Glatthaar - FORGED IN BATTLE - THE CIVIL WAR ALLIANCE OF BLACK SOLDIERS AND WHITE OFFICERS - LSU Press - 370pp - Brand New Softcover - $19.95
Joseph T. Glatthaar - THE MARCH TO THE SEA AND BEYOND - SHERMAN'S TROOPS IN THE SAVANNAH AND CAROLINAS CAMPAIGNS - NYU Press, NY 1985 - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket - Appendix - Notes - Bibliography - Index - Photo Illustrated - $35
Joseph T. Glatthaar - THE MARCH TO THE SEA AND BEYOND - SHERMAN'S TROOPS IN THE SAVANNAH AND CAROLINAS CAMPAIGNS - LSU Press - Reprint - Appendix - Notes - Bibliography - Index - Photo Illustrated - Brand New Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $16.95 - Our Price - $15
Ed Gleeson - ERIN GO GRAY! A TRILOGY OF IRISH REBELS - Guild Press - 148pp - Studies of Gen. Joseph Finnegan of Florida, Father Joseph Ryan and Randall McGavock of the 10th Tennessee - Illustrated - Maps - Index - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket - $19.95
Ed Gleeson - REBEL SONS OF ERIN (10TH TENNESSEE) - Guild Press - 429pp - Dust Jacket - "Gleeson has done an outstanding job of capturing the flavor of these rough and tumble Irishmen." -- Confederate Veteran - The 10th Tennessee was one of only two Confederate units of Irish-Catholic soldiers - Index - Biblio - Notes - Photos - Rosters - Brand New Hardcover - $29.95
(Surviving Andersonville) Glennan, Edward - SURVIVING ANDERSONVILLE - ONE PRISONER'S RECOLLECTIONS OF THE CIVIL WAR'S MOST NOTORIOUS CAMP- McFarland Pub - ISBN# 9780786473618 - BRAND NEW Laminated Full-Sized Softcover - Edited by David Ranzan - 224pp - 22 photos, notes, bibliography, index - This is a documentary work offering a first-person account of a Union soldier's daily adversity while a prisoner of war from 20 September 1863 to 4 June 1865. In 1891, while a patient at the Leavenworth National Home, Irish immigrant Edward Glennan began to write down his experiences in vivid detail, describing the months of malnutrition, exposure, disease and self-doubt. The first six months Glennan was incarcerated at Libby and Danville prisons in Virginia. On 20 March 1864, Glennan entered Camp Sumter, located near Andersonville, Georgia. He reminisced about the events of his eight-month captivity at Andersonville, such as the hanging of the Raider Six, escape tunnels, gambling, trading, ration wagons, and disease. Afflicted with scurvy, Glennan nearly lost his ability to walk. To increase his chances for survival, he skillfully befriended other prisoners, sharing resources acquired through trade, theft and trickery. His friends left him either by parole or death. On 14 November 1864, Glennan was transported from Andersonville to Camp Parole in Maryland; there he remained until his discharge on 4 June 1865..- Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $29.65

Goc, Michael J. - HERO OF THE RED RIVER: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JOSEPH BAILEY - New Past Press -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 320pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Photos - Major General Nathaniel P Banks, Union commander of the Red River military expedition, found himself in a particularly tight situation in April of 1864. He had been defeated at the Battle of Mansfield while attempting to capture Shreveport, Louisiana, and now he was retreating down the Red River, harassed by Confederate troops at every turn. Throughout the campaign, the river's low water level had been a constant problem to his naval support of gunboats under the command of Rear Admiral David D. Porter. Now, Banks and Porter discovered that the river was so low that the gunboats were trapped above the rapids at Alexandria. To save the flotilla, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Bailey suggested that the river could be dammed to raise the water level and f1oat the gunboats over the shallow rapids. Despite the doubts and jeers of many, Banks authorized Bailey to begin construction. Through the next two weeks, troops struggled to build the dam which eventually made it possible for the fleet to escape. - $25
Godbold, E. Stanly / Russell, Mattie U. - CONFEDERATE COLONEL AND CHEROKEE CHIEF : THE LIFE OF WILLIAM HOLLAND THOMAS - Univ Tennessee - Brand New Softcover - 205pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Illustrated - $19.95
Golay, Michael - TO GETTYSBURG AND BEYOND: THE PARALLEL LIVES OF JOSHUA CHAMBERLAIN AND EDWARD PORTER ALEXANDER - DaCapo Press - 288pp - Brand New Softcover - $16.95
Goldwaite, Richard- A HANDFUL OF PROVIDENCE: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF LT RICHARD GOLDWAITE, NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS AND ELLEN GOLDWAITE - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 0786418567 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in library binding without jacket - 280pp - Photos - Notes - Biblio - Index - Edited by Marti Skipper and Jane Taylor - Letters from a young Civil War couple that show the loneliness of separation and effects of war on a marriage - Goldwaite served with the 3rd NYSV- Publisher's List Price = $49.95 - Our Price - $45
(Lincoln for President) Good, Timothy S. - LINCOLN FOR PRESIDENT - AN UNDERDOG'S PATH TO THE 1860 REPUBLICAN NOMINATION- McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786439577 - BRAND NEW Full-Size Laminated Softcover - 184pp - Index - Notes - Biblio - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $32

Good, Timothy S. - THE LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATES AND THE MAKING OF A PRESIDENT - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 0786430656 - BRAND NEW Laminated Softcover - 207pp - Biblio - Notes - Index - Appendices - Publisher's List Price = $49.95 - Our Price - $47
Goodnight, Jerry / Eller, Richard - THE TARHEEL LINCOLN: NORTH CAROLINA ORIGINS OF "HONEST" ABE- Tarheel Press - ISBN# 1931058113 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 192pp - Notes - Biblio - Photos - A scholarly study of the evidence behind the story that Abe Lincoln was born in North Carolina - $24.95
Thomas Goodrich - BLACK FLAG: GUERILLA WARFARE ON THE WESTERN BORDER, 1861-1865 - Indiana University Press - 196pp - 20 photos - Details bloody fighting by "irregulars" in Kansas and Missouri before and during the Civil War - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $27.95 - Our Price - $25
Thomas Goodrich - BLACK FLAG: GUERILLA WARFARE ON THE WESTERN BORDER, 1861-1865 - Indiana University Press - 196pp - 20 photos - Details bloody fighting by "irregulars" in Kansas and Missouri before and during the Civil War - Brand New Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $12.95 - Our Price - $11.65
Thomas Goodrich - THE DARKEST DAWN : LINCOLN, BOOTH, AND THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAGEDY - Indiana University Press - ISBN# 0253345677 -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Dust Jacket Protector) - 362pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Photos - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $29.95
(Rivals) Goodwin, Doris Kearns - TEAM OF RIVALS : THE POLITICAL GENIUS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN -Simon & Schuster - ISBN# 0684824906 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 916pp - Index - Notes - Acclaimed historian Doris Kearns Goodwin illuminates Lincoln's political genius in this highly original work, as the one-term congressman and prairie lawyer rises from obscurity to prevail over three gifted rivals of national reputation to become president. On May 18, 1860, William H. Seward, Salmon P. Chase, Edward Bates, and Abraham Lincoln waited in their hometowns for the results from the Republican National Convention in Chicago. When Lincoln emerged as the victor, his rivals were dismayed and angry. Throughout the turbulent 1850s, each had energetically sought the presidency as the conflict over slavery was leading inexorably to secession and civil war. That Lincoln succeeded, Goodwin demonstrates, was the result of a character that had been forged by experiences that raised him above his more privileged and accomplished rivals. He won because he possessed an extraordinary ability to put himself in the place of other men, to experience what they were feeling, to understand their motives and desires. It was this capacity that enabled Lincoln as president to bring his disgruntled opponents together, create the most unusual cabinet in history, and marshal their talents to the task of preserving the Union and winning the war - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $27.99

Gen John B. Gordon - REMINISCENCES OF THE CIVIL WAR - Time Life - N.Y. 1983 - Brand New Condition with insert and bookplate - Embossed Leather/Gilt Edged - ITC # 71 - Reprint Orig Pub 1903 - *CBS (A "Confederate Bookshelf" Title) - $35 - SALE PRICE - $25
John B. Gordon - REMINISCENCES OF THE CIVIL WAR - LSU Press - General Gordon's Reminiscences is a highly collectible title - this Softcover offers a rare opportunity to read and study this very interesting Confederate leader - 500pp - *CBS (A "Confederate Bookshelf" Title) - Brand New Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $24.95 - Our Price - $21.95
Leslie J. Gordon - GENERAL GEORGE E. PICKETT IN LIFE AND LEGEND - Univ North Carolina - 288pp - Illustrated - Maps - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Publisher's List Price = $32.50 - Our Price - $29
Leslie J. Gordon - GENERAL GEORGE E. PICKETT IN LIFE AND LEGEND - Univ North Carolina - 288pp - Illustrated - Maps - Brand New Softcover - $18.95
Col. Josiah Gorgas, C.S.A. - CONFEDERATE ORDNANCE MANUAL FOR USE OF THE OFFICERS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY - - ISBN#0890290334 - BRAND NEW Hardcover issued without jacket - Prepared under direction of Colonel Gorgas with Introduction by Sydney Kerksis - 620pp - Facsimile Reprint of 1863 First Edition - Numerous Full-Page Illustrations of Cannon, Swords, Muskets and Small Arms - A Morningside Reprint - $42.50
Warren L. Goss - JED, A BOY'S ADVENTURES IN THE ARMY 61-65 - Thomas Crowell Co. - N.Y. 1889 (1) - $40
Warren L. Goss (Sgt, 2nd Mass Heavy Artillery) - RECOLLECTIONS OF A PRIVATE - Time Life, NY 1984 - FINE Condition - Reprint - Originally Published in 1890 - Embossed Black Leather Cover - Gilt Edges - 354pp - Twice caputred and imprisoned at Libby and Belle Isle, Goss wrote numerous books about the war - this is his most famous - $35
Warren L. Goss (Sgt, 2nd Mass Heavy Artillery) - RECOLLECTIONS OF A PRIVATE - Digital Scanning - Reprint - Originally Published in 1890 - Twice caputred and imprisoned at Libby and Belle Isle, Goss wrote numerous books about the war - this is his most famous - Brand New Softcover - $19.95
Warren L. Goss (Sgt, 2nd Mass Heavy Artillery) - THE SOLDIER'S STORY OF CAPTIVITY AT ANDERSONVILLE, BELLE ISLE AND OTHER REBEL PRISONS - Boston 1868 - NEAR FINE Condition - Wear to spine ends and corners - Illustrations by Thomas Nast - 274pp with Appendix -Twice captured and imprisoned at Libby and Belle Isle, Goss wrote numerous books about the war - $115
Goss, Warren L. (Sgt, 2nd Mass Heavy Artillery) - THE SOLDIER'S STORY OF CAPTIVITY AT ANDERSONVILLE, BELLE ISLE AND OTHER REBEL PRISONS Digital Scanning - Reprint of 1866 original - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
Goss, Warren L. (Sgt, 2nd Mass Heavy Artillery) - THE SOLDIER'S STORY OF CAPTIVITY AT ANDERSONVILLE, BELLE ISLE AND OTHER REBEL PRISONS Digital Scanning - Reprint of 1866 original - Brand New Softcover - $19.95
Gottfried, Bradley M. - ROADS TO GETTYSBURG: LEE'S INVASION OF THE NORTH, 1863 - White Mane -300pp - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Illustrations - Maps - Bibliography - Index - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
(GettysburgMaps) Gottfried, Bradley M. - THE MAPS OF GETTYSBURG: AN ATLAS OF THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN, JUNE 3 - JULY 13, 1863 - Savas-Beatie - ISBN# 1932714308 -BRAND NEW Oversized 7 x 10 Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Dust Jacket Protector) - 1st Edition Printing - 363pp - Notes - Bibliography - Index - 144 Full-Page Maps - More academic and photographic accounts on the battle of Gettysburg exist than for all other battles of the Civil War combined and for good reason. The three days of maneuver, attack, and counterattack consisted of scores of encounters, from corps-size actions to small unit engagements. Despite all its coverage, Gettysburg remains one of the most complex and difficult to understand battles of the war. The Maps Gettysburg: The Atlas of the Gettysburg Campaign, June 3 July 13, 1863, by Bradley Gottfried offers a unique approach to the study of this multifaceted engagement. The Maps of Gettysburg plows new ground in the study of the campaign by breaking down the entire campaign in 146 detailed full page original maps. These cartographic creations bore down to the regimental level, offering students of the campaign a unique and fascinating approach to studying what may have been the climactic battle of the war. The Maps of Gettysburg offers thirty-one "action-sections" comprising the entire campaign. These include the march to and from the battlefield and virtually every significant event in between. Gottfried's original maps enrich each map section. Keyed to each piece of cartography is detailed text about the units, personnel, movements, and combat (including quotes from eyewitnesses) that make the Gettysburg story come alive. This presentation allows readers to easily and quickly find a map and text on virtually any portion of the campaign, from opening movements of the armies in early June to the last Confederate withdrawal of troops across the Potomac River on July 13, 1863. Serious students of the battle will appreciate the extensive endnotes and will want to take this book with them on their trips to the battlefield - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $34.95

Bradley M. Gottfried - STOPPING PICKETT: THE HISTORY OF THE PHILADELPHIA BRIGADE - White Mane - 282pp - Dust Jacket - Illustrations - Maps - Bibliography - Index - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Alta Gould - THE VETERAN'S BRIDE AND OTHER POEMS - STORIES OF THE LATE WAR - Grand Rapids 1894 - 2nd Edition - FINE Condition - 240pp - Illustrated - $75
John Mead Gould (1st, 10th and 29th Maine) - THE CIVIL WAR JOURNALS OF JOHN MEAD GOULD 1861-1866 - Butternut and Blue - 584 pages - 90 Photos and Illustrations - Dust Jacket - Gould enlisted in the 1st Maine and transferred to the 10th Maine with the 1st was disbanded. His unit fought at Antietam and Cedar Mountain and he wrote extensively on these engagements. He later enlisted in the 29th Maine and fought at New Orleans, Red River, Winchester, Fisher's Hill and Cedar Creek, ending the war performing occupation duty in South Carolina - Brand New - $50
Gourdin, J. Raymond - VOICES FROM THE PAST: 104TH INFANTRY REGIMENT, USCT, COLORED CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS FROM SOUTH CAROLINA - Heritage Books - ISBN# 078840718X - BRAND NEW Softcover - 242pp; - Index - Biblio - $23.95
Warren E. Grabau - NINETY-EIGHT DAYS: A GEOGRAPHER'S VIEW OF THE VICKSBURG CAMPAIGN - Univ Tennessee Press - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket - 680pp - Illustrated with 68 Maps - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $48 - Our Price - $43
Archibald Gracie III - THE TRUTH ABOUT CHICKAMAUGA - Morningside, Dayton - Brand New Hardcover - 462 pages - 5 Folding Maps - Reprint of 1911 title - Nevins calls this an "...elaborate, informed but opinionated story of Chickamauga; includes useful maps." - Gracie's father was Confederate Brig. General killed at Petersburg - $55
Graff, Mercedes - A WOMAN OF HONOR: DR. MARY E. WALKER AND THE CIVIL WAR - Thomas Publications - 111pp - Notes - Biblio - Photos - Explores the life a female surgeon who struggled for recognition as an officer and who was awarded a Medal of Honor that was later taken away (again restored in 1977) - Brand New Softcover - $9.95
Rod Gragg - CIVIL WAR QUIZ AND FACT BOOK - Harper Collins - Brand New Softcover - $13.50
Rod Gragg - CONFEDERATE GOLIATH - THE BATTLE OF FORT FISHER - Harper Collins - N.Y. 1991 - NEAR FINE Condition Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 1st Edition - 343pp - Index - Illustrated - Photos - Biblio - $25
Rod Gragg - CONFEDERATE GOLIATH : THE BATTLE OF FORT FISHER - LSU Press - ISBN# 0807131520 - Brand New Softcover - revised and Updated - Rod Gragg has done a fine job on this title (one of his first books) and is from the Carolina Coast where the remains of this fort are located - 343pp - illustrated - Photos - maps - Index - Notes - New Foreword by Edward Longacre - Publisher's List Price = $19.95 - Our Price - $18
Rod Gragg - COVERED WITH GLORY: THE 26TH NORTH CAROLINA INFANTRY AT THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG - Harper Collins - AS NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Stated 1st Edition - 304pp - Index - Illustrated - Photos - Biblio - SIGNED By the Author -$55
Matthew J. Graham (Lieutenant, Co A') - THE NINTH REGIMENT NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS (HAWKINS' ZOUAVES) - VanBerg Publishing, 1998 - With Introduction by Brian Pohanka - Dust Jacket - 634pp - Rosters - With Added Index - Hawkins' Zouaves spearheaded the Union assault into Sharpsburg during the battle of Antietam, advancing farther than any other unit on the bloodiest day - Brand New - $59.95
Col. W. A. Graham - THE CUSTER MYTH: A SOURCEBOOK OF CUSTERIANA - Stackpole, Harrisburg 1953 - First Edition - 413pp - VERY GOOD Condition - Oversized Hardcover in Dust Jacket (chipped) - $75
Col. W. A. Graham - THE CUSTER MYTH: A SOURCEBOOK OF CUSTERIANA - Stackpole, Harrisburg 1953 - First Edition - NEAR FINE Condition - some minor bubbles to cover fabric - no dust jacket - $75 (LC) - SALE PRICE - $50
(BatteryG) Grandchamp, Robert - THE BOYS OF ADAMS' BATTERY G (Rhode Island) - THE CIVIL WAR THROUGH THE EYES OF A UNION LIGHT ARTILLERY UNIT - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786444731 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 301pp - Notes - Biblio - Index - Rosters - Photos - Maps - Illustrations - Raised from Rhode Island farmers and millworkers in the autumn of 1861, the Union soldiers of First Rhode island Light Artillery - Battery G - fought in such bloody conflicts as Antietam, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Spotsylvania, and Cedar Creek. At the storming of Petersburg on April 2, 1865, seven cannoneers were awarded the Medal of Honor for heroism in the face of the enemy. This history captures the battlefield exploits of the "Boys of Hope" but also depicts camp life, emerging cannon technology, and the social backdrop of the Civil War- Publisher's List Price = $49.95 - Our Price - $44.95

Gen. Ulysses S. Grant - THE PAPERS OF ULYSSES S. GRANT - Southern Illinois Univ - 24 Volumes - Each covering different time periods starting 1837-1873 - Edited by John Y. Simon - Brand New - Volumes 23 and 24 to be released January 2000 - Each Volume - $65
General Ulysses S. Grant - PERSONAL MEMOIRS - Digital Scanning - 2 Volumes - Softcover Reprint - 1234pp - Illustrations - Maps - Brand New - $49.95
Gray, Michael P. - THIS BUSINESS OF CAPTIVITY: ELMIRA AND ITS CIVIL WAR PRISON - Kent State Univ Pr - ISBN# 0873387082 -BRAND NEW Hardcover in dust jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 228pp - Notes - Illustrations - Biblio - Index - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $29.95
G. W. Grayson - A CREEK WARRIOR FOR THE CONFEDERACY - Univ Oklahoma Press - 182pp - Illustrated - Maps - Biblio - Index - Autobiography of Chief G. W. Grayson - edited by W. David Baird - Brand New Softcover - $19.95
Arthur E. Green - SOUTHERNERS AT WAR: THE 38TH ALABAMA INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS - White Mane - 400pp - Dust Jacket - The 38th Alabama fought at Chattanooga, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Atlanta, Franklin, Nashville and Spanish Fort. When they surrendered in 1865, only 80 of their original 830 members remained - Illustrated - Biblio - Index - Rosters - Brand New - Publisher's List Price = $40 - Our Price - $36
Green, Carol C. - CHIMBORAZO : THE CONFEDERACY'S LARGEST HOSPITAL - Univ Tennessee Press - ISBN# 1572333162 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 200pp - Index - Notes - Biblio - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27.95
Green, Horace - GENERAL GRANT'S LAST STAND - Scribner's 1936 -1st Edition with "A" on copyright page - FINE Condition without jacket - 334pp - Index - Photos - Illustrated - $45
Green, Johnny (1st Kentucky Infantry, C.S.A.) - JOHNNY GREEN OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE: THE JOURNAL OF A CONFEDERATE SOLDIER - Univ Kentucky Press - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket - Reprint - Edited by A. D. Kirwan - Photos - Maps - Index - New Introduction by Kent Masterson Brown - 272pp - In Tall Cotton # 75 - $22
Martin Greenberg and Charles Waugh - THE WOMEN'S WAR IN THE SOUTH: RECOLLECTIONS AND REFLECTIONS OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR - Cumberland House 1999 - 304pp - Filled with excerpts from books, diaries and post-war writings, this book reveals the other side of the war in the first-person accounts of women running farms, buying and selling goods, serving as spies and participating in combat. - Brand New Softcover - $16.95
(Final Battles) Greene, A. Wilson - THE FINAL BATTLES OF THE PETERSBURG CAMPAIGN : BREAKING THE BACKBONE OF THE REBELLION- Univ Tennessee Press - ISBN# 1572336102 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 2nd edition - Publisher's List Price = $49.95 - Our Price - $43.95

Greene, A. Wilson - WHATEVER YOU RESOLVE TO BE - ESSAYS ON STONEWALL JACKSON - Butternut and Blue - 186pp - Dust Jacket - 11 Maps - 12 Photos - Introduction by Krick - Series of essays on Jackson - "Careful, thoughtful, well-documented, and controlled in their interpretations, the essays succeed admirably, providing a valuable addendum to reading a Jackson biography..." Eicher, CWIB 249 - Brand New - $22.50
Greene, Harlan / Hutchins, Harry S., Jr./ Hutchins, Brian E.- SLAVE BADGES AND THE SLAVE-HIRE SYSTEM IN CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, 1783-1865 - McFarland Pub - ISBN# 0786417293 - BRAND NEW Laminated Softcover - 194pp - Notes - Biblio - Index - Color Photos - Identifies badge makers and tells how to detect fakes - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $31.95
(Texas) Grear, Charles D. - THE FATE OF TEXAS : THE CIVIL WAR AND THE LONE STAR STATE- Univ Arkansas Press - ISBN# 1557288836 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 272pp - Notes - Biblio - Index - Photos - Illustrations - In its examination of a state too often neglected by Civil War historians, The Fate of Texas presents Texas as a decidedly Southern, yet in many ways unusual, state seriously committed to and deeply affected by the Confederate war effort in a multitude of ways. When the state joined the Confederacy and fought in the war, its fate was uncertain. The war touched every portion of the population and all aspects of life in Texas. Never before has a group of historians examined the impact of the war on so many facets of the state. The eleven essays in this collection present cutting edge, original research by noted historians, who provide a new understanding of the role and reactions of Texas and Texans to the war. The book covers a wide range of topics, providing new perspectives, ranging from military, social, and cultural history to public history and historical memory. Some of the subjects explored include the lives of Texas women, slavery, veterans, and how the state dealt with Confederate loss. The contributors are Joseph G. Dawson, Richard Lowe, Charles D. Grear, Richard B. McCaslin, Angela Boswell, Dale Baum, Walter D. Kamphoefner, Randolph B. Campbell, Carl H. Moneyhon, Alexander Mendoza, and Julie Holcomb - Publisher's List Price = $37.50 - Our Price - $31.99

G. Howard Gregory - 53RD VIRGINIA INFANTRY AND 5TH BATTALION VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard - Signed and Numbered 1st Edition - Maps - Biblio - Photos - Detailed Rosters - BRAND NEW - $125
G. Howard Gregory - 53RD VIRGINIA INFANTRY AND 5TH BATTALION VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1999 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography = $225
(Civil War Ordnance) Gregory, Robert H. - CIVIL WAR ORDNANCE - AN INTRODUCTION- Potomac Publishing - ISBN# 9780983645306 - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover in High Quality Binding - SIGNED By The Author - 348pp - This is an impressive reference work in a very high quality binding - nicest binding we've seen for a long time and one that must have cost the author a considerable amount of money. The book is divided into four parts - Ordnance Department - Small Arms and Ammunition - Artillery and Ammunition - and Packing Boxes. Each Part consists of individual Chapters on such items as revolvers, carbines, canister, hand-grenades, and Confederate and Union Projectiles and Fuses. This is a thoroughly researched effort with tons of detailed photos and drawings as well as color plates. Probably a book that a researcher or collector should make a must for their library! - $95

Grenan, Shaun - SO YOU WANT TO BE A SOLDIER: HOW TO GET STARTED IN CIVIL WAR RE-ENACTING- Schroeder Publications - ISBN# 1889246190 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 80pp - $9.95
(PictHist) Griffin, John C. - A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE CONFEDERACY - McFarland Pub - ISBN# 0786417447 - BRAND NEW Oversized Laminated Hardcover - 238pp - Photos - Maps - Index - a wide selection of rarely seen photos of Lee, Jackson, Early, Forest, Hill and Jeb Stuart, along with details of their lives that are little known to the average reader. Arranged chronologically and geographically, this book features descriptions of more than 40 battles, along with maps - The first section discusses and provides images from 1860 to 1861, during the secession to Fort Sumter. The author then discusses the major battles that occurred in 1861 in northern Virginia and in the South and West, providing several photographs that take on much of the story telling. The sections for the years 1862 to 1865 are arranged similarly and each section also includes background about the Southern battle flags from various groups such as The Texas Rangers (8th Texas Calvary) and the Confederate Navy. - Publisher's List Price = $49.95 - Our Price - $45

(11th Alabama) Griffin, Ronald G. - THE 11TH ALABAMA VOLUNTEER REGIMENT IN THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786471584 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 294pp - 81 photos, notes, bibliography, index - From inception to the final roll call, this regimental history traces the 11th Regiment of Alabama Volunteers from its 1861 creation to the Confederate surrender at Appomattox. The work follows the 11th Alabama through various battles including Manassas, Fredericksburg, Salem Church and Gettysburg. Drawing on personal correspondence such as letters and diaries, it presents the soldiers as individuals and contributes to the dialogue on why the typical Southern soldier fought in the war. The geographical movement of the regiment throughout the war, its key leaders and the organization of its companies are also discussed in detail. There are 81 period photographs that add to the story of this remarkable unit. - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27.95

Griffith, Paddy - BATTLE TACTICS OF THE CIVIL WAR -Yale Univ Press - ISBN# 0300084617 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 239pp - Index - Notes - Biblio - Illustrations - $15.95
Walter S. Jr. Griggs - GENERAL JOHN PEGRAM, CSA - H. E. Howard - SIGNED and NUMBERED (Copy 815 of 1000) - 1st Edition - Brand New - $45
Melvin Grigsby (Colonel 3rd US Vol. Cavalry) - THE SMOKED YANK - Chicago 1899 - VERY FINE Condition in Bright Red Cloth with Gilt decorated Cover - Revised Edition with Appendix - the appendix was written by Grigsby to document the facts in the original book which was only distributed to his friends - This was the first regular printing of this title with illustrations - $155
Grimsley, Mark - AND KEEP MOVING ON : THE VIRGINIA CAMPAIGN, MAY-JUNE 1864 - Univ. Nebraska Press - ISBN# 9780803271197 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 282pp - Photos - Notes - Maps - Index - Publisher's List Price =$18.95 - Our Price - $16.95
Grimsley, Mark and Brooks Simpson - THE COLLAPSE OF THE CONFEDERACY- University of Nebraska Press - Part of a new series titled "Key Issues of the Civil War Era" - a collection of 6 essays - 222pp - maps - Index - Brand New Hardcover - $47.50
Silas T. Grisamore (18th Louisiana)- THE CIVIL WAR REMINISCENCES OF MAJOR SILAS T. GRISAMORE, C. S. A.- Louisiana State Univ - Edited by Arthur Bergeron, Jr. - 240pp - Dust Jacket - 1st Edition thus - 1st published as Reminiscences of Uncle Silas in 1981 - An interesting glimpse of the war on the Civil War's Western Theater - Illustrated - Photos - Maps - Biblio - Index - Brand New - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $29.95
Grissom, Michael - SOUTHERN BY THE GRACE OF GOD - Pelican Publishing - 572pp - Dust Jacket - Brand New Hardcover - Photos - Index - $22.95
Grissom, Michael - WHEN THE SOUTH WAS SOUTHERN - Pelican Publishing - 384pp - Dust Jacket - Brand New Hardcover - Photos - Index - $22.95
W. Todd Groce - MOUNTAIN REBELS: EAST TENNESSEE CONFEDERATES AND THE CIVIL WAR, 1860-1870 - Univ Tennessee Press -BRAND NEW Softcover - 240pp - Illustrated - Maps - The author combines economic, political, military and social history to present a poignant tale of defeat, suffering and banishment, filling a void in Southern History -- Publisher's List Price = $19.95 - Our Price - $17.95
Groene, Bertram H.- TRACING YOUR CIVIL WAR ANCESTOR - Blair Publishing - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Well written guide to assist the novice genealogy researcher and help in finding information on ancestors and equipment - $14.95
Winston Groom - SHROUDS OF GLORY: FROM ATLANTA TO NASHVILLE - THE LAST GREAT CAMPAIGN OF THE CIVIL WAR - Atlantic Monthly -FINE Condition - Stated 1st Edition - By the Author of Forrest Gump - Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Well research and detailed story of John Bell Hood and his Army of Tennessee during the final moments of the war from Atlanta to Nashville and the Battle of Franklin - Photos - Maps - Bibliography - Index - $25
Winston Groom - SHROUDS OF GLORY: FROM ATLANTA TO NASHVILLE - THE LAST GREAT CAMPAIGN OF THE CIVIL WAR - Simon & Schuster - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
Grossman, Julian - ECHO OF A DISTANT DRUM: WINSLOW HOMER AND THE CIVIL WAR - Abrams, NY 1974 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - Oversized Oblong Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 204pp - Color, Black & White, and Toned Images of the Civil War - Includes virtually all the famous artists work from 1861 to 1865 - $40
Chauncey F. Grosvenor - THE WAR OF THE REBELLION - Heritage Books - Experiences of Union soldier whose unit spent time in Washington, New York, Georgia and Virginia - 166pp - Brand New Softcover - $20.50
Guerrant, Edward O. - BLUEGRASS CONFEDERATE: THE HEADQUARTERS DIARY OF EDWARD O. GUERRANT - LSU Press - 584pp - Dust Jacket - Edited by William C. Davis and Meredith Swentor - Guerrant - from Kentucky - served on the staffs of Morgan, Preston, Marshall and Cosby and was witness to the "massacre" of Black Union soldiers at Saltville in October 1864 - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $49.95 - Our Price - $45
Guild, June Purcell -BLACK LAWS OF VIRGINIA -Willow Bend Books - ISBN# 1888265191 - Brand New Softcover - 249pp - Index - $18
Guiney, Patrick R (Colonel, 9th Massachusetts Infantry - COMMANDING BOSTON'S IRISH NINTH: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF COLONEL PATRICK R. GUINEY, NINTH MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Fordham Univ. Press - 280pp - Index - Biblio - Photos - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $32.50 - Our Price - $29
Gurganus, Allan - OLDEST LIVING CONFEDERATE WIDOW TELLS ALL - Knopf, N.Y. 1989 - FINE Condition - 1st Edition in Fine Dust Jacket - $40

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