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ALABAMA


Battle, Cullen Andrews - THIRD ALABAMA: THE CIVIL WAR MEMOIR OF BRIGADIER GENERAL CULLEN ANDREWS BATTLE, C.S.A.- Univ Alabama Press - 216pp - Edited by Brandon Beck - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $21.95 - Our Price - $18.95
(Gracie) Burton, John M. - GRACIE'S ALABAMNA VOLUNTEERS: THE HISTORY OF THE 59TH ALABAMA VOLUNTEER REGIMENT - Pelican Publishing - ISBN# 1589801164 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 1st Edition - 192pp - Maps - Illustrations - Rosters - The Fifty-ninth Alabama Volunteer Regiment, led by the New York-born Brig. Gen. Archibald Gracie, Jr., saw heavy action at Beans Station, Tennessee, and in Virginia at the battles of Richmond and Petersburg. It was one of the few Confederate regiments that lost more men to the musket than to disease during the Civil War. Quoting from authentic letters, the author describes the regiment's odyssey from its origins as Hilliard's Alabama Legion to its final days as part of the Army of Northern Virginia. Complete muster rolls are included. - $23

Carter, John C. - WELCOME THE HOUR OF CONFLICT : WILLIAM COWAN MCCLELLAN AND THE 9TH ALABAMA - Univ Alabama Press - ISBN# 0817315217 -BRAND NEW Hardcover with a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Dust Jacket Protector) - 444pp - Index - Photos - Maps - Notes - Rosters - Publisher's List Price = $51.75 - Our Price - $44.95
Cole, R. T. - FROM HUNTSVILLE TO APPOMATTOX: R. T. COLE'S HISTORY OF THE 4TH REGIMENT, ALABAMA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, C.S.A. - Univ Tennessee Press - ISBN# 1572333405 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 336pp - Edited by Jeffrey Stocker - Illustrated - Publisher's List Price = $27.95 - Our Price - $25.95
Arthur E. Green - GRACIE'S PRIDE : THE 43RD ALABAMA INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS - White Mane - ISBN# 1572492414 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 495pp - Index - Biographical Rosters - Photos - Illustrations - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $41
Arthur E. Green - SOUTHERNERS AT WAR: THE 38TH ALABAMA INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS - White Mane - 400pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 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 = $39.95 - Our Price - $36
(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

Hubbs, G. Ward - GUARDING GREENSBORO : A CONFEDERATE COMPANY IN THE MAKING OF A SOUTHERN COMMUNITY - Univ Georgia Press - ISBN # 0820325058 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in dust jacket (Protected in A New Brodart Cover) - Details of the 5th Alabama Infantry Company D - 325pp - Rosters - Notes - Biblio - Index - Photos - Illustrated - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
McMillan, Malcolm - THE ALABAMA CONFEDERATE READER - Univ Alabama Press - 512pp - BRAND NEW Softcover - $24.95
Edward McMorries - HISTORY OF THE FIRST REGIMENT - ALABAMA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY C.S.A. - Brown Printing, Montgomery 1904 - FINE Condition - True 1st Edition - Issued in Original Grey Wraps (Outside now browned) - Scarce Regimental History - Not often found with Wraps Intact - This was later issued with frontice, maps and illustrations when Dr. Owen of the Alabama Archives had obtained sufficient finances to republish. This copy is completely unopened and as nice as the one currently held by the Alabama Archives under whose auspices it was originally published - $525
Col. William C. Oates, C. S. A. - THE WAR BETWEEN THE UNION AND THE CONFEDERACY and its lost opportunities with a history of the 15th Alabama regiment and the forty-eight battles in which it was engaged - Morningside, Dayton 1985 - With an introduction by Robert Krick. Oates and his unit faced Chamberlain's 20th Maine at Little Round Top and went on to fight in the Shendoah Valley, Second Manassas, Fredericksburg and Chickamauga. Includes rosters of the 15th Alabama and sketches of the other four regiments of Law's Brigade - $50 (BRAND NEW)
McMillan, Malcolm - THE ALABAMA CONFEDERATE READER - Univ Alabama Press - 512pp - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $28.75 - Our Price - $26
Morales, William R. - THE 41ST ALABAMA INFANTRY REGIMENT CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA A NARRATIVE HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR REGIMENT FROM WEST CENTRAL ALABAMA - Gregath Publishing -BRAND NEW Oversized Laminated Hardcover - 642 pages, includes photos, documents, maps, and bibliography. This book provides a comprehensive historical narrative chronicling the life and times of 1,550 men from five Alabama counties - Tuscaloosa, Pickens, Fayette, Greene and Perry - who fought with the 41st Alabama Regiment during the Civil War. Exceptionally well documented, over 450 never before published letters and scores of official documents provide graphic insights about the lives and times of Alabama citizen soldiers, their families and communities. The 41st engaged in over 40 combat situations, fighting with the Army of Tennessee in Georgia, Tennessee and Mississippi, and eventually serving in the trenches in Petersburg alongside Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. Of interest to Civil War researchers and genealogists, the service record of every soldier known to have served with the 41st is contained in the book - $85
Moxley, William and Emily - OH, WHAT A LOANSOME TIME I HAD: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF MAJOR WILLIAM MOREL MOXLEY, EIGHTEENTH ALABAMA INFANTRY, AND EMILY BECK MOXLEY- Univ Alabama Press - 208pp - The letters of William and Emily tell the story of the war from the perspective of a working-class farm couple from Coffee County Alabama - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $29.95
Patterson, Edmund Dewitt / Barrett, John Gilchrist (Editor) - YANKEE REBEL : THE CIVIL WAR JOURNAL OF EDMUND DEWITT PATTERSON (NINTH ALABAMA INFANTRY) - Univ Tennessee Press - ISBN# 157233245X - BRAND NEW Hardcover with a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 219pp - Index - Patterson served with Company D of the 9th Alabama, the Lauderdale Rifles - Publisher's List Price = $32 - Our Price - $29
Penny, Morris and J. Gary Laine - LAW'S ALABAMA BRIGADE IN THE WAR BETWEEN THE UNION AND THE CONFEDERACY - White Mane - ISBN# 1572490241 BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in New Brodart DJ Cover) - 480pp - Law's Brigade comprised 5 Alabama Regiments who were known for their valor in combat, charging in seven of ten battles. Details of the feud between Law and Longstreet. - Maps - Photos - Rosters - Notes - Biblio - Now Out of Print at the Publisher - Only One Left - $95
Thompson, Illene D. and Wilbur E. Thompson - THE SEVENTEENTH ALABAMA INFANTRY: A REGIMENTAL HISTORY AND ROSTER - Heritage Books - ISBN# 0788419692 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 487pp - Index - Notes - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Casualty Listings - Publisher's List Price = $39 - Our Price - $36
Tucker, Phillip T. - STORMING LITTLE ROUND TOP: THE 15TH ALABAMA AND THEIR FIGHT FOR THE HIGH GROUND, JULY 2, 1863 - DaCapo Press - 342pp - Notes - Index - Brand New Hardcover - this is now a print-on-demand book, so please allow added time for shipment! Publisher's List Price = $40 - Our Price - $36.95
James H. Walker and Robert Curren - THOSE GALLANT MEN OF THE TWENTY-EIGHTH ALABAMA CONFEDERATE INFANTRY REGIMENT - Heritage Books, 1997 - 383pp - Map - Illustrated - Full Name Index - Brand New Softcover -- Publisher's List Price = $33 - Our Price - $30
Hiram Smith Williams (40th Alabama Infantry) - THIS WAR SO HORRIBLE: THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF HIRAM SMITH WILLIAMS - Univ Alabama Press - 352pp - Edited by Lewis Wynne and Robert A Taylor - Maps - Illustrations - Notes - Biblio - Index - Williams was a Carpenter by trade and became one of the Confederacy's first engineers building roads and bridges for the Army - He was captured and imprisoned in Point Lookout - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $21.95

ARKANSAS


Allen, Desmond Walls - FIRST ARKANSAS CONFEDERATE MOUNTED RIFLES - Arkansas Research - ISBN# 0941765342 -BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 104pp - Photo - Detailed Rosters - $18
Allen, Desmond Walls - THE FOURTEENTH ARKANSAS CONFEDERATE INFANTRY - Arkansas Research - ISBN# 0941765296 - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 58pp - Photos - This unit was organized in the fall of 1861, by Col. William C. Mitchell, of men from Marion and other northwestern Arkansas counties. A brief regimental history is given and a roster lists full name, enlistment date and place, company, rank, age, and birthplace when given and remarks about POW status, discharge, desertion, or death. - $18
Bevens, William E. (1st Arkansas Infantry, C.S.A.) - REMINISCENCES OF A PRIVATE : WILLIAM E. BEVENS OF THE FIRST ARKANSAS INFANTRY, C.S.A. - Univ Arkansas Press - BRAND NEW Softcover - 282pp - Illustrated - Maps - Biblio - Notes - Roster - New Introduction by Daniel Sutherland - Eicher (CWB) says "...straightforwardly written without extensive embellishment and provides an account of service with the 1st Arkansas Infantry from Bull Run to the destruction of the Army of Tennessee at Nashville."- $22.50
Wiley Britton - THE UNION INDIAN BRIGADE IN THE CIVIL WAR - Kansas Heritage Press - Reprint of Scarce 1922 Original - 474pp - Plates - Maps - Nevins calls this "A popularly written history of Indian soldiers and military events during the 1861-1864 campaigns in Missouri and Arkansas" - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $45
Britton, Wiley - MEMOIRS OF THE REBELLION ON THE BORDER 1863, 6th Kansas Cavalry (Union) - Univ Nebraska Press - 458pp - Reprint of 1882 Original - Introduction by Phillip Tucker who calls this "the best and most accurate first person account of the long overlooked western border war of 1863" - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $14.95 - Our Price - $13
Mark Christ - RUGGED AND SUBLIME: THE CIVIL WAR IN ARKANSAS - Univ Arkansas Press - Eicher (CWB) says "...five penetrating essays written by four contributors who outline the major events in the state during the war....Shea's treatment of 1862 contains a superb summary of the battle of Prarie Grove and illustrates the failure of Thomas C. Hindman's strategic objectives...." - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $27.50 - Our Price - $25
Mark Christ - RUGGED AND SUBLIME: THE CIVIL WAR IN ARKANSAS - Univ Arkansas Press - Eicher (CWB) says "...five penetrating essays written by four contributors who outline the major events in the state during the war....Shea's treatment of 1862 contains a superb summary of the battle of Prarie Grove and illustrates the failure of Thomas C. Hindman's strategic objectives...." - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
(1stVermont) Collea Jr, Joseph D. - THE FIRST VERMONT CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - A HISTORY- McFar\land Pub - ISBN# 9780786433834 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 331pp - Maps - Photos - Notes - Biblio - Index - Rosters - The First Vermont Cavalry participated in 75 major Civil War engagements from 1862 through 1865. As the state's only mounted regiment, riding Vermont bred Morgan horses, the cavalry unit battled some of the most notable Confederate cavalry commanders, mostly in Virginia. This history explores the battles and leaders of the unit, including generals George Custer and Philip Sheridan. - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $42.95

Calvin L. Collier - FIRST IN - LAST OUT: THE CAPITOL GUARDS (6TH) ARKANSAS BRIGADE IN THE CIVIL WAR - Little Rock 1961 - 161pp - Biblio - Photos - Maps - Rosters - The 3rd Arkansas fought at Franklin, Shiloh, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga and other battles - They had been the Guards for the Capitol at Little Rock and most joined the Confederacy when Arkansas seceeded, becoming the 6th Arkansas Brigade - BRAND NEW Softcover - $55
Calvin L. Collier - THE WAR CHILD'S CHILDREN: A STORY OF THE THIRD ARKANSAS CAVALRY - Little Rock 1965 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition in FINE Dust Jacket - 139pp - Biblio - Photos - Maps - Rosters - The 3rd Arkansas fought in more battles than any other Arkansas unit, including Franklin, Chickamauga, Knoxville and the Atlanta and Carolinas Campaigns - $145
O'Brien, John - THINGS GREW BEAUTIFULLY WORSE: THE WARTIME EXPERIENCES OF CAPT JOHN O'BRIEN, 30TH ARKANSAS INFANTRY, C.S.A.- Butler Center for Arkansas Studies - Mint Softcover - $12.50
Stanley, Henry Morton - SIR HENRY MORTON STANLEY, CONFEDERATE Edited by Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes, Jr. - LSU Press - 144pp - Illustrated - Index - Auto-biographical account of his years in the Confederate Army (the 6th Arkansas Infantry) by the British journalist and explorer, remembered for the famous question "Doctor Livingstone, I presume." - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $26.95 - Our Price - $24
Philip Daingerfield Stephenson, D.D. - THE CIVIL WAR MEMOIR OF PHILIP DAINGERFIELD STEPHENSON, D.D. - UCA Press 1995 - 1st edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 411pp - Index - Photos - Notes - Maps - Stephenson served as a Private in Co "K", 13th Arkansas Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A. and as a Loader in the 5th Company of the Washington Artillery of New Orleans - Stephenson's memoirs were originally issued in the Southern Historical Society Papers and now compiled and edited by Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes, Jr. - Incredible details of artillery action and battle written in 1865 and then revised and expanded some 30 years later - $30
Philip Daingerfield Stephenson - THE CIVIL WAR MEMOIR OF PHILIP DAINGERFIELD STEPHENSON, D.D. - PRIVATE, COMPANY K, 13TH ARKANSAS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, LOADER, PIECE NO. 4, 5TH COMPANY, WASHINGTON ARTILLERY, ARMY OF TENNESSEE, CSA - LSU Press - Edited by Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes, Jr. - Written in 1865, when he was twenty, Stephenson's diary relates his observations and reminiscences in painstaking detail. A private who became a veteran infantryman and artilleryman, Stephenson witnessed the death of Leonidas Polk and shared a blanket with a sleeping General Breckinridge. - 436 pp - 22 halftones - 7 line drawings - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $22.95 - Our Price - $20
Hinton, Richard J. - REBEL INVASION OF MISSOURI AND KANSAS AND THE CAMPAIGN OF THE ARMY OF THE BORDER AGAINST GENERAL STERLING PRICE IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER 1864 - Kansas Heritage Press - Reprint of Scarce 1865 Original - 362pp - Index - Maps - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $50
Turnbo, Silas C.- HISTORY OF THE TWENTY-SEVENTH ARKANSAS CONFEDERATE INFANTRY - Arkansas Research - ISBN# 0941765865 -BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 159pp - Turnbo enlisted in the summer of 1862 and served until the unit's surrender in June, 1865. Before 1910, he wrote this lengthy, detailed account of his military service, giving a private's view of the war: enlistment procedures, camp life, marches, rations, uniforms, relations with other units, officers and enlisted men. He gives a detailed account of the Battle of Jenkins' Ferry. The book is based on a diary kept during the war by Turnbo. This is not flowery prose, but an honest, down-to-earth look at the war. This book has never before been published. Chronology list, full name/subject/place index - $24.95

CALIFORNIA


Francis A. Donaldson (Capt, 71st Penna) - INSIDE THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC: THE CIVIL WAR EXPERIENCE OF CAPTAIN FRANCIS ADAMS DONALDSON - Stackpole - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos - Maps - Biblio - Notes - Index - Donaldson was a member of the Philadelphia Brigade - ALSO KNOWN AS THE 1ST CALIFORNIA REGIMENT. After being wounded at Fair Oaks and returning to duty, he went on to serve in the Corn Exchange Regiment (118th Penna) - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price - $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
McLean, James - CALIFORNIA SABERS: THE 2ND MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Indiana University Press - The California Battalion and Hundred were a group of 500 Californians who fought as part of the 2nd Mass Cavalry against Mosby and at other places in the East - 448pp - Photos - Maps - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $31.50
Rogers, Larry & Keith - THEIR HORSES CLIMBED TREES: A CHRONICLE OF THE CALIFORNIA 100 AND BATTALION IN THE CIVIL WAR, FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO APPOMATTOX - Schiffer Military Books - 560pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photographs - History of the little known 500 volunteers from California who fought in the East from 1863-1865 - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $35

COLORADO

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CONNECTICUT


Croffut, W.A. and John M. Morris - THE MILITARY AND CIVIL HISTORY OF CONNECTICUT DURING THE WAR OF 1861-65 - VT Civil War Enterprises - Reprint of 1868 Original - BRAND NEW Hardcover - 891pp - Name Index - Roll of Honor - Publisher's List Price = $75 - Our Price - $70
John William DeForest (12th Connecticut) - A VOLUNTEER'S ADVENTURES: A UNION CAPTAIN'S RECORD OF THE CIVIL WAR - Yale Univ 1946 - 1st Edition - VERY GOOD Condition - Sommerfield Collection book plate inside front board - 237pp - Index - Map - Details of the Battle of Ceder Creek, Fisher's Hill and Port Hudson - Nevins calls this "The highly readible letters from Louisiana and Virginia by one of the most distinguished American novelists of that period; De Forest was an officer in the 12th Connecticut" - $125
John William DeForest (12th Connecticut) - A VOLUNTEER'S ADVENTURES: A UNION CAPTAIN'S RECORD OF THE CIVIL WAR - LSU Press - 227pp - Edited with Notes by James H. Croushore - Details of the Battle of Ceder Creek, Fisher's Hill and Port Hudson - Index - Maps - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Softcover - $15.95
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
Benjamin Hirst (14th Connecticut) - THE BOYS FROM ROCKVILLE: CIVIL WAR NARRATIVES OF SGT BENJAMIN HIRST, COMPANY "D" 14TH CONNECTICUT VOLUNTEERS - Univ Tennessee Press - 256pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Illustrated - Edited by Robert L. Bee - In less than a month after forming, the 14th Connecticut fought at Bloody Lane at Antietam and went on to fight in all the major battles of the war, capturing more enemy flags and suffering more losses than any other Connecticut Regiment - Photos - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - Publisher's List Price = $36 - Our Price - $32
Robert Kellog (16th Connecticut Infantry) - LIFE AND DEATH IN REBEL PRISONS - Giving a complete history of the inhuman and barbarous treatment of our brave soldiers by rebel authorities, inflicting terrible suffering and frightful mortality, principally at Andersonville, GA., Florence, SC., describing plans of escape, arrival of prisoners, with numerous and varied incidents and anecdotes of prison life - Stebbins - Hartford 1865 - 1st Edition - VERY GOOD Condition - $75
Relyea, William H. - 16TH CONNECTICUT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY : SERGEANT WILLIAM H. RELYEA - Burd Street Press - ISBN# 1572492902 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 234pp - Index - Notes - Photos - Lists of KIA - Edited by John Michael Priest - $17.95
Dudley L. Vaill - THE COUNTY REGIMENT; A SKETCH OF THE SECOND REGIMENT OF CONNECTICUT VOLUNTEER HEAVY ARTILLERY, ORIGINALLY THE NINETEENTH VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, IN THE CIVIL WAR - Heritage Books - Book on CD Rom - Organized in 1863 from the 19th Infantry, this unit served in Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Washington, Winchester, New Market, Cedar Creek and Appomattox - Available on CD Rom (Includes Connecticut Divorces, Bench and Bar of Litchfield County 1709-1909, Honor Roll of Litchfield County revolutionary War Soldiers, Bristol Connecticut Early History, Memorial History of Hartford County 1633-1884 Vol 1&2, The County Regiment (19th Infantry), and Geneaological Register of Inhabitants of Litchfield ) - $34.50

DELAWARE


DELAWARE AT GETTYSBURG: REPORT OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE TO MARK THE POSITIONS OCCUPIED BY THE 1ST AND 2ND DELAWARE REGIMENTS AT THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG - Longstreet House - Reprint of 1887 booklet with New Introduction by Jeff Kowalis - 32pp - BRAND NEW - $5
Seville, William P.- HISTORY OF THE FIRST REGIMENT DELAWARE VOLUNTEERS - Longstreet House 1998 - Expanded Reprint of 1884 title - 186pp - Index - Maps - 15 Photos of Regiment Members - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $23

FLORIDA


Dickison, John J. - CONFEDERATE MILITARY HISTORY - FLORIDA - Moseley Hall Pub - BRAND NEW Softcover - 167pp - Reprint of one of the Original Confederate Military History (Texas and Florida) titles (edited by Clement Evans) - This has added Index and covers Florida only - $15

GEORGIA


A. P. Adamson (30th GA Infantry) - SOJOURNS OF A PATRIOT: FIELD AND PRISON PAPERS OF AN UNRECONSTRUCTED CONFEDERATE - Southern Lion - 272pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos - Maps - Corporal Adamson fought in some of the major battles of the war, including Chickamauga and Vicksburg, and after being captured, was imprisoned at Rock Island, Illinois and Point Lookout, Maryland - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $26.95 - Our Price - $24
Captain Ujanirtus Allen (21st Georgia Vols) - CAMPAIGNING WITH "OLD STONEWALL": CONFEDERATE CAPTAIN UJANIRTUS ALLEN'S LETTERS TO HIS WIFE - LSU Press - Edited by Randall Allen and Keith S. Bohannon - Battle accounts of Cross Keys, Gaines's Mill, Cedar Mountain, Antietam, and Fredericksburg. In April, 1861, Allen, fueled by pride and patriotism, joined the Ben Hill Infantry, which eventually became Company F, 21st Georgia Volunteer Infantry. He wrote his wife twice weekly, penning at least 138 letters before he received a mortal wound at Chancellorsville on May 2, 1863. - 352 pp - 10 halftones - 15 line drawings - BRAND NEW - $34.95
Banner, LT Matthew Rauley - VICKSBURG'S CONFEDERATE BANNER: THE SIEGE OF VICKSBURG SEEN THROUGH THE LETTERS OF A CONFEDERATE LIEUTENANT - Banner Publishing -BRAND NEW Softcover - 54pp - Illustrated - Maps - Lt Banner served with the 39th Georgia - enlisting and later being elected to Lieutenant - his letters home criticise Pemberton for dancing when he should have been leading his troops, detail the Union gunboat attacks, lack of supplies, combat casualties and eventual surrender of the Confederates at Vicksburg to Grant - ending the Confederate control of the Mississippi River - $10
Edgeworth Bird (3rd Georgia Vols) - THE GRANITE FARM LETTERS: THE CIVIL WAR CORRESPONDENCE OF EDGEWORTH AND SALLIE BIRD - Univ of Georgia- 1988 - ISBN# 0820310425 - Edited by John Rozier - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 1st Edition - Edited by John Rozier - Bird joined the Athens Guards of the 3rd Georgia and went on to serve under Toombs and Longstreet - these letters provide incredible insight into the days when Georgia's troops left to fight in Virginia and the events through and following the war - $35
Boney, F. Nash - - REBEL GEORGIA - Mercer Univ Press - 128pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Boney, F. Nash - - REBEL GEORGIA - Mercer Univ Press - 128pp - BRAND NEW Softcover - $16.95
Bradwell, Gordon (Private, 31st GA) - UNDER THE SOUTHERN CROSS: SOLDIER LIFE WITH GORDON BRADWELL AND THE 31ST GEORGIA - Mercer Univ Press - 271pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Index - Illustrations - Edited by Pharris Deloach Johnson - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $32.95 - Our Price - $30
Bragg, William Harris - - JOE BROWN'S ARMY: THE GEORGIA STATE LINE - Mercer Univ Press - 175pp - Index - Maps - Photos - Rosters - BRAND NEW Softcover - $18.95
Brooks, Richard Henry / Holland, Katherine (Editor) - KEEP ALL MY LETTERS : THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF RICHARD HENRY BROOKS, 51ST GEORGIA INFANTRY - Mercer Univ Press - ISBN# 0865548404 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 132pp - Index - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Brown, Russell K. - OUR CONNECTION WITH SAVANNAH : HISTORY OF THE 1ST BATTALION GEORGIA SHARPSHOOTERS1862-1865 - Mercer Univ Press - ISBN 0865549168 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 1st Edition Printing - Maps - Photos - The 1st Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters formed in Savannah during the spring and summer of 1862. Following the promotion of its first commanding officer, Major (later Brigadier General) Robert H. Anderson, leadership passed to Major Arthur Shaaf, a former U.S. army lieutenant from Maryland who had served with the 4th U.S. Infantry in Indian territory. Brown calls the creation of the 1st Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters "an experiment once noble and harmful." Confederate companies were composed largely of men from the same community who were accustomed to "the comfortable companionship of their neighbors and friends." Although elite units had been successful in other armies, the idea of separating men from their home companies and regiments to form a special battalion met with a degree of resistance. Nonetheless, Anderson and Shaaf molded the 1st Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters into a small force recognized for its efficiency at drill and bravery in battle. In all, no more than 360 officers and men served in the battalion's ranks (the maximum strength was 270 men during May 1863). The men of the battalion came from all over Georgia, but the unit considered Savannah its home city. The Sharpshooters first camped in the vicinity of the Georgia seaport where it aided in the defense of nearby Fort McAllister, located southwest of Savannah on the Great Ogeechee River. Later assigned to the brigade of General William H. T. Walker (the Walker-Wilson-Stevens-Jackson Georgia brigade), the battalion departed its home state and took part in the abortive effort to relieve Vicksburg, seeing action at Jackson, Mississippi in May and July 1863 - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $29.95
(Captains) Churchwell, L. Harris - CAPTAINS AT REST - BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES AND GRAVESITES OF OFFICERS WHO SERVED WITH THE TWELFTH GEORGIA REGIMENT- Indigo Pub - ISBN# 9781934144275 - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 269pp - SIGNED By the Author - Tons of Photos - Most in Color - Biblio - Notes - Indexed - $39.95

Daiss, Timothy - IN THE SADDLE: EXPLOITS OF THE 5TH GEORGIA CAVALRY DURING THE CIVIL WAR - Schiffer Military Books - 152pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $29.95
Dameron, J. David - BENNING'S BRIGADE, VOLUME 1, A History and Roster of the Fifteenth Georgia- Heritage Books - ISBN# 0788424459 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 212pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Rosters - Photos - Maps - Publisher's List Price = $23 - Our Price - $21
Dameron, J. David - BENNING'S BRIGADE, VOLUME 2, A HISTORY AND ROSTER OF THE SECOND, SEVENTEENTH AND TWENTIETH GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY REGIMENTS - Heritage Books - ISBN# 0788431757 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 485pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Rosters - Photos - Maps - Publisher's List Price = $40 - Our Price - $38
Dewberry, Ray - HISTORY OF THE 14TH GEORGIA INFANTRY REGIMENT - Heritage Books - ISBN# 1585499137 - BRAND NEW Softcover - This book covers the period of the U.S. Civil War and provides a detailed combat history of the 14th Georgia Infantry regiment of Lee's army. The story is constructed around quotations from letters written home from soldiers of Company A of this regiment to summarize the actions of the 14th Georgia in the complete period of fighting from the days immediately following 1st Manassas right up through the end at Appomattox Courthouse. The story was initiated to provide a history of this regiment to the descendents of one of its veterans-Private Aaron Jackson Dewberry of Monroe, Georgia. It evolved into a personal story including all of the veterans from Company A in this regiment. The narrative includes an individual accounting of each of the 119 veterans of the company and will be of especial interest to all of their descendents. The narrative and action is placed in the Virginia campaigns of Robert E. Lee's army. From the narrative and letters quoted, the reader will be placed at thirteen battlefield sites including detailed action accounts of Chancellorsville, The Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Petersburg, and Appomattox. Confederate descendents of the veterans of Company A of the 14th Georgia Regiment will find this a stirring accounting of their ancestor's experiences - Publisher's List Price = $17.50 - Our Price - $16.95
Dixon, William D. - THE BLUES IN GRAY: THE CIVIL WAR JOURNAL OF WILLIAM DANIEL DIXON AND THE REPUBLICAN BLUES DAYBOOK - Univ Tennessee Press - 496pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrated - Maps - Detailed diary of garrison duty on the Atlantic coast - the Republican Blues were a professional militia organization in Savannah for over 50 years before the war and joined the Confederacy at the start of the war - they went on to defend northern Georgia against Sherman - BRAND NEW Hardcover -- Publisher's List Price = $46 - Our Price - $41
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 (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos - Maps - Index - Biblio - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
(Red Clay) Fox III, John J. - RED CLAY TO RICHMOND: TRAIL OF THE 35TH GEORGIA INFANTRY REGIMENT, CSA - Angle Valley Press - ISBN# 0971195021 - First Edition - SIGNED By Author - BRAND NEW Hardcover in a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 496pp - Index - Photos - Maps - Biblio - Rosters - $39.95

(Red Clay) Harper, F. Mikell - THE SECOND GEORGIA INFANTRY REGIMENT: AS TOLD THROUGH THE UNIT HISTORY OF COMPANY D BURKE SHARPSHOOTERS -Macon GA 2005 - ISBN# 0976287536 - BRAND NEW Oversized Oblong Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 112pp - Biblio - Lavish Full-Color Printing - Publisher's List Price - $39.95 - Our Price - $34.95

Lillian Henderson - ROSTER OF THE CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS OF GEORGIA - 6 Volume Set - Hardcovers in VERY GOOD Condition - Light browning/spotting to interior and page ends - With Blindstamp of Dr Donald Bickers, noted Georgia Neurosurgeon, Surgeon for the Georgia SCV, and Founder of the Southern Cultural Foundation - Bump to bottom corner - 50 Percent of the Proceeds from the sale of this book go to support the Southern Cultural Foundation - Contains Names, ranks, dates, and status of the soldiers of Georgia, organized by regiments - $250
Lillian Henderson - ROSTER OF THE CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS OF GEORGIA - CD Rom - H-BAR Enterprises - 6 Volumes on CD Rom - Names, ranks, dates, and status of the soldiers of Georgia, organized by regiments. - Publisher's List Price - $89.95 - Our Price - $85
Herring, Dorothy Holland - COMPANY A OF THE FORTIETH GEORGIA INFANTRY REGIMENT IN THE CONFEDERATE SERVICE - Heritage Books - ISBN# 1585496200 -BRAND NEW Softcover - 227pp - Index - This company was organized in Dallas, Paulding County, Georgia on 24 February 1862 and was commanded by Colonel Adba Johnson. It fought in Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia, and North Carolina. This unit fought in the last battle at Bentonville and surrendered at Greensboro - Publisher's List Price = $19 - Our Price - $17.50
Hillyer, George - MY GETTYSBURG BATTLE EXPERIENCES BY CAPTAIN GEORGE HILLYER, 9TH GEORGIA INFANTRRY, C.S.A. - Thomas Publications - ISBN# 0939631180 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 64pp - Edited by Greg Coco - Includes walking tour to follow the path of the 9th Georgia at Gettysburg - $7.85
Michael W. Hofe - THAT THERE BE NO STAIN UPON MY STONES: LIEUTENANT COLONEL WILLIAM L. MCLEOD, 38TH GEORGIA REGIMENT, 1842-1863 - Thomas Pub - 46pp - Photos - Maps - Letters and story about the brave Georgian who died at Gettysburg and who was later taken home to Georgia by his family - BRAND NEW Softcover - $5.95
Wiley C. Howard - SKETCH OF COBB LEGION CAVALRY AND SOME INCIDENTS AND SCENES REMEMBERED - Jim Fox Books - Facsimile Reprint of 1901 title - 20pp - Howard was a Lieutenant in Company "C" of this unit - Brand New Softcover Pamphlet - $15
(Cobb's) Mesic, Harriet Bey - COBB'S LEGION CAVALRY : A HISTORY AND ROSTER OF THE NINTH GEORGIA VOLUNTEERS IN THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786464326 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 364pp - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - Photos - Detailed Biographical Rosters - "The best regiment of either army, North or South" this was the description of Cobb's Legion offered by Confederate General Wade Hampton during the Civil War. This large and experienced unit played a crucial role for the South throughout the war. Their actions in more than 130 battles and other engagements over the course of the war are the subject of this book. Additionally, biographies of the officers and the nearly 1500 men of the regiment are included, as well as records of those who died, deserted, or were prisoners of war.- Publisher's List Price = $38 - Our Price - $36

(Wiregrass) Parrish, James W. - WIREGRASS TO APPOMATTOX - THE UNTOLD STORY OF THE 50TH GEORGIA INFANTRY REGIMENT, CSA - Angle Valley Press - ISBN# 9780971195073 -First Edition - 1st Printing - SIGNED By Author - BRAND NEW Hardcover in a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 404pp - Index - Photos - Maps - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Wiregrass to Appomattox follows a regiment of Georgia confederates as they travel from the Wiregrass region to the seat of war in Virginia. The author, a great-great grandson of two of the regiment's soldiers, discovered numerous unpublished letters, diaries, and photos as he assembled this never-before-told-story. Come follow these men as they fight with Longstreet at bloody places like: South Mountain, Sharpsburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Cedar Creek, and Sailor's Creek. Hear their voices as they struggle for survival even while they worry about their wounded friends and their own families back home - $45

Pearson, Johnnie - LEE AND JACKSON'S BLOODY TWELFTH : THE LETTERS OF IRBY GOODWIN SCOTT, FIRST LIEUTENANT, COMPANY G, PUTNAM LIGHT INFANTRY, TWELFTH GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Univ Tennessee Press - ISBN# 9781572337237 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Mylar Jacket Cover) - SIGNED By Author - 264pp - Photos - Notes - Biblio - Index - Offering a fascinating look at an ordinary soldier's struggle to survive not only the horrors of combat but also the unrelenting hardship of camp life, Lee and Jackson's Bloody Twelfth brings together for the first time the extant correspondence of Confederate lieutenant Irby Goodwin Scott, who served in the hard-fighting Twelfth Georgia Infantry. The collection begins with Scott's first letter home from Richmond, Virginia, in June 1861, and ends with his last letter to his father in February 1865. Scott miraculously completed the journey from na‹ve recruit to hardened veteran while seeing action in many of the Eastern Theater's most important campaigns: the Shenandoah Valley, the Peninsula, Second Manassas, and Gettysburg. His writings brim with vivid descriptions of the men's activities in camp, on the march, and in battle. Particularly revelatory are the details the letters provide about the relationship between Scott and his two African American body servants, whom he wrote about with great affection. And in addition to maps, photographs, and a roster of Scott's unit, the book also features an insightful introduction by editor Johnnie Perry Pearson, who highlights the key themes found throughout the correspondence. By illuminating in depth how one young Confederate stood up to the physical and emotional duress of war, the book stands as a poignant tribute to the ways in which all ordinary Civil War soldiers, whether fighting for the South or the North, sacrificed, suffered, and endured - $55 (ALSO AVAILABLE UNSIGNED IN SOFTCOVER FOR $21.95)
Poole, John R. - CRACKER CAVALIERS: A REGIMENTAL HISTORY OF THE SECOND GEORGIA CAVALRY WITH FORREST AND WHEELER - Mercer Univ Press - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 297pp - Photos - Biographical Rosters - Index - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
Scaife, William R./ Bragg, William Harris - JOE BROWN'S PETS : THE GEORGIA MILITIA, 1862-1865 - Mercer Univ Press - ISBN# 0865548838 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust jacket - 385pp - Rosters - Index - Photos - Maps - Illustrations - Ships 1-2 Days direct from publisher's warehouse Added cost will apply for overseas orders - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $22.50
Secrist, Phillip L. - - THE BATTLE OF RESACA - Mercer Univ Press - 124pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List - $20 - Our Price - $18
Gerald J. Smith - ONE OF THE MOST DARING OF MEN - The Life of Confederate General William Tatum Wofford - From Franklin County, Georgia, Wofford fought with Hood's Texas Brigade at Sharpsburg, and with his own brigade at Gettysburg and Wilderness - One of the lesser known, yet significant Confederate Generals - 256pp - 10 Photos - 5 Maps - $16.95
Styple, William - WRITING & FIGHTING FROM THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA - Belle Grove - 318pp - BRAND NEW Laminated hardcover - Index - A collection of 300 letters from Confederate soldiers of Georgia assigned to R. E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia - Publisher's List Price = $27 - Our Price - $25
Tucker, Phillip T. - BURNSIDE'S BRIDGE: THE CLIMACTIC STRUGGLE OF THE 2ND AND 20TH GEORGIA AT ANTIETAM CREEK - Stackpole Books - 256pp - Maps - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Wilkinson, Warren/ Woodworth, Steven E. - A SCYTHE OF FIRE : A CIVIL WAR STORY OF THE EIGHTH GEORGIA INFANTRY REGIMENT - Wm Morrow - ISBN# 0380977524 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 1st edition - 340pp - Photos - Notes - Index - Publisher's List Price = $27.95 - Our Price - $25

ILLINOIS


ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS 1861-2 - Springfield 1863 - 383pp - VERY GOOD Condition - some exterior wear, yet one of the cleanest copies we've seen - Contains Officer and Staff Rosters for all Illinois Units - $195
Linda Barnickel - WE ENLISTED AS PATRIOTS: THE CIVIL WAR RECORD OF BATTERY "G" 2ND ILLINOIS LIGHT ARTILLERY - Heritage Books - 162pp - Indices - The DeKalb Horse Artillery was formed from men of 20 different Northern Illinois counties and was renamed Battery "G", 2nd Illinois Light Artillery. This unit saw service in Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Missouri and Alabama - BRAND NEW Softcover - $18.50
Richard Baumgartner - BLUE LIGHTNING: WILDER'S MOUNTED INFANTRY BRIGADE IN THE BATTLE OF CHICKAMAUGA - Blue Acorn - ISBN# 9781885033352 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Re-Issue of a Classic - Completely re-writted with tons of new material and 210 Photos - Illustrations - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - Composed of the 92nd, 98th and 123rd Illinois and the 17th, 72nd Indiana as well as Lilly's 18th Indiana Battery, this Brigade solidified it's reputation in the savage action at Chickamauga. They successfully fought against 5 Confederate Brigades. Eyewitness accounts from Lightning Brigade officers and men - SIGNED by The Author at no extra charge - Publisher's List Price = $32.95 - Our Price - $30.95
L. G. Bennett and William Haigh - HISTORY OF THE THIRTY-SIXTH REGIMENT ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS DURING THE WAR OF THE REBELLION - Prarie State - 808pp - Reprint of 1876 Original - Photos - Rosters - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $48
Blackwell, Samuel M. - IN THE FIRST LINE OF BATTLE: THE 12TH ILLINOIS CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Northern Illinois Univ - 225pp - Illustrated - Notes - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - $35.00
Brackett, Charles- SURGEON ON HORSEBACK: THE MISSOURI AND ARKANSAS LETTERS AND JOURNAL OF DR. CHARLES BRACKETT OF ROCHESTER, INDIANA 1861-1863 - Guild Press - 246pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Maps - Photos - Index - Dr. Brackett Served in Both the 1st Indiana Cavalry and 9th Illinois Cavalry - His diary and letters discuss medical treatments and guerilla warfare in Missouri and Arkansas - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Dee Alexander Brown - GRIERSON'S RAID - Morningside, Dayton 1981 - Reprint of 1954 original - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 261pp - Mapped Endpapers - Photos - Index - The day-by-day account of the Sixth and Seventh Illinois Cavalry in their 600 mile ride through Mississippi to Baton Rouge in April 1863 - BRAND NEW - $24.95
Brown, Thaddeus C. S. - BEHIND THE GUNS: THE HISTORY OF BATTERY I, 2ND REGIMENT, ILLINOIS LIGHT ARTILLERY- Southern Illinois Univ - 206pp - Originally published in 1965 - Illustrated - Maps - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $14.95
Robert J. Burdette - THE DRUMS OF THE 47TH - Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis 1914 - 212pp - 1st Edition - 47th Illinois Unit History - FINE Condition - Bright Cover and Spine - Clean and Tight Interior - $175
William P. Carlin (38th Illinois) - THE MEMOIRS OF WILLIAM PASSMORE CARLIN, U.S.A. - Girardi-Hughes -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 321pp - Photos - Index - Edited by Nat Hughes and Robert Girardi - SIGNED by Both Editors at No extra Charge! - Carlin was a West Pointer who joined the 38th Illinois in 1861 and went on to become a Brigadier General, having fought at Perryville, Stones River, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Resaca, Kennesaw Mountain, Jonesboro, Bentonville and Atlanta - $30
Clark, Charles M. (Surgeon, 39th Illinois) - YATES PHALANX: THE HISTORY OF THE THIRTY-NINTH REGIMENT ILLINOIS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, 1861-1865 - Heritage Books - Edited by Frederick C. Decker - 419pp - Illustrated Maps - Appendix - With Added Index - Reprint of 1889 original - This unit, named for the Governor of Illinois, fought all through the war and held Lee's forces in check at Appomattox - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $56.50 - Our Price - $50
James Austin Connolly (Major, 123rd Illinois) - THREE YEARS IN THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND - Indiana University Press - 400pp - 6 Maps - An unsurpassed record of campaigning in the West including Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Lookout Mountain, The Atlanta Campaign and March to the Sea - BRAND NEW Softcover - Now a Print-on-Demand title - Please allow added shipping time - $28.95
Cram, George F. - SOLDIERING WITH SHERMAN: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF GEORGE F. CRAM - Northern Illinois Univ - 238pp - Edited by Jennifer Cain Bohrnstedt - Cram was in the 105th Illinois Inf. and saw action at Resaca, Kennesaw and the March to the Sea. Illustrated - Notes - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - $32.00
David Cornwell (8th Illinois and 9th Louisiana) - THE CORNWELL CHRONICLES: TALES OF AN AMERICAN LIFE ON THE ERIE CANAL, BUILDING CHICAGO, IN THE VOLUNTEER CIVIL WAR WESTERN ARMY, ON THE FARM, IN A COUNTRY STORE - Heritage Books - 301pp - Maps - Index - Illustrations - Edited by John Wearmouth - Cornwell enlisted in the 8th Illinois Volunteer Infantry and served 3 years in the 9th Louisiana Infantry Regiment (African Descent) as First Lieutenant, recruiting and training black soldiers - Lots of genealogical details - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $46.50 - Our Price - $42
Dixon, David - HERO OF BEECHER ISLAND: THE LIFE AND CAREER OF GEORGE A. FORSYTH (8th Illinois Cavalry) - Univ Nebraska Press - BRAND NEW Softcover - 275pp - Illustrations - Maps - The heroic and tragic life of an unusual Union officer who enlisted as a Private in the Chicago Dragoons, served as Aide de Camp to Sheridan, and went on to Brevet Brigadier General in 1868. Valuable insight into the settlement of the West following the war. - $14
Drew D. Duckett - GLIMPSES OF GLORY: THE REGIMENTAL HISTORY OF THE 61ST ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS - Heritage Books -160pp - Illustrated - Maps - Index - Rosters - This unit fought at Shiloh, Corinth, Vicksburg and other battles in the West - BRAND NEW Softcover - $18.50
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
Hard, Abner M.D. - HISTORY OF THE EIGHTH CAVALRY REGIMENT ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS DURING THE GREAT REBELLION - Morningside Press - Reprint of Scarce 1868 Original - 391pp - Index - Rosters - Photos - Hard was the Regimental Surgeon for this unit best known for serving under Buford and defending the Chambersburg Pike on the first day at Gettysburg - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $40
Lillian Henderson - ROSTER OF THE CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS OF GEORGIA - CD Rom - H-BAR Enterprises - 6 Volumes on CD Rom - Names, ranks, dates, and status of the soldiers of Georgia, organized by regiments. - Publisher's List Price - $89.95 - Our Price - $85
Victor Hicken - ILLINOIS IN THE CIVIL WAR - Univ of Illinois - - 2nd edition - Illustrated - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - 417pp - Details of Illinois soldiers and units in the war from the beginning calls for volunteers in 1861 to the return of prisoners from Confederate prison camps - $22
Charles Albert Hobbs (99th Illinois) - VICKSBURG-A POEM - Fairbanks, Chicago 1880 - VERY FINE - Beautiful - Like New Condition - 299pp - with Illustrations - $125
Huffstodt, Jim - HARD DYING MEN: THE STORY OF GENERAL W.H.L. WALLACE, GENERAL T.E.G. RANSOM, AND THEIR OLD ELEVENTH ILLINOIS INFANTRY IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR (1861-1865) - Heritage Books - ISBN# 1556135106 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 350pp - Index - Notes - Biblio - Photos - Publisher's List Price = $32 - Our Price - $28.95
Henry A. Kircher (9th Illinois and 12 Missouri Infantry) - A GERMAN IN THE YANKEE FATHERLAND: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF HENRY A. KIRCHER - Kent State Univ - 1st edition - FINE Condition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 169pp - Maps - Photos - Index - Kircher saw action with both the 9th Illinois and the 12th Missouri Regiments, fighting in Arkansas and at the siege of Vicksburg and Chattanooga - $35
John McElroy (16th Illinois Cavalry) - ANDERSONVILLE: A STORY OF REBEL MILITARY PRISONS, FIFTEEN MONTHS A GUEST OF THE SO-CALLED SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY - Toledo, 1879 - NEAR FINE Condition - Hinges wear - endpapers repaired - 654pp - Scarce Title - Nevins calls this "Well-written, gripping, and very detailed; but reliance on memory and bitterness often distort the facts. This very popular narrative influenced many other prisoners' accounts." - $135
McElroy, John (16th Illinois Cavalry) - THIS WAS ANDERSONVILLE - New York 1957 - Edited by Roy Meredith - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket - VERY GOOD Condition - Oversized - 355pp - Illustrations and Photos - $45
Edward A. Miller Jr. - THE BLACK CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS OF ILLINOIS: THE STORY OF THE TWENTY-NINTH U.S. COLORED INFANTRY - Univ S. Carolina - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 267pp - The only Black unit raised in Illinois, the 29th Infantry saw action at the Battle of the Crater at Petersburg, and the siege of Richmond - Index - Photos - Illustrations - Biblio - Notes - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $26.95
W. S. Morris, L. D. Hartwell and J. B. Kuykendall - HISTORY 31ST REGIMENT ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS ORGANIZED BY JOHN A LOGAN - Univ Southern Illinois Press - Reprint of 1902 Original - 244pp - Illustrated - The 31st Illinois fought at Belmont, Fort Donelson, Vicksburg, Kennesaw Mountain, Atlanta and the March to the Sea - BRAND NEW Softcover - $16.95
Morrison, Marion (Chaplain, 9th Illinois) - A HISTORY OF THE NINTH REGIMENT ILLINOIS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY WITH REGIMENTAL ROSTER - Univ Southern Illinois - Reprint of an 1864 Original - 152pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrated - New Foreword by John Simon - The story of the German Immigrants from Illinois who enlisted under the command of August Mersy. Called the "Bloody Ninth" after fighting at Shiloh Church, where they ran out of ammunition, this was one of the hardest fought Union regiments - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price = $26.95
Morrison, Marion (Chaplain, 9th Illinois) - A HISTORY OF THE NINTH REGIMENT ILLINOIS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY WITH REGIMENTAL ROSTER - Univ Southern Illinois - Reprint of an 1864 Original - 152pp - Illustrated - New Foreword by John Simon - The story of the German Immigrants from Illinois who enlisted under the command of August Mersy. Called the "Bloody Ninth" after fighting at Shiloh Church, where they ran out of ammunition, this was one of the hardest fought Union regiments - BRAND NEW Softcover - $15.95
Col Francis T. Sherman (88th Illinois Infantry) - QUEST FOR A STAR: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS AND DIARIES OF COLONEL FRANCIS T. SHERMAN OF THE 88TH ILLINOIS - Univ Tennessee Press - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 240pp - Edited by C. Knoght Aldrich - Illustrated - Maps - BRAND NEW Hardcover -- Publisher's List Price = $34 - Our Price - $30
Sims, Frederick W. (Co. E, 92nd Illinois Vols- FREDERICK'S JOURNAL - Author House - ISBN# 1418420077 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 70pp - Direct shipped (normally 1-2 days) by publisher - Added Six Dollar charge for overseas orders - $11.95
William B. Smith (Private, Co "K" 14th Illinois) - ON WHEELS AND HOW I CAME THERE - Virtualbookworm -Brand New Softcover - 218pp - Reprint of Scarce 1892 original with added info, timeline, maps and index - Edited by Stacy Haponik - Smith enlisted in the 14th Illinois Infantry, fought at Vicksburg - Smith was taken captive near Big Shanty (Kennesaw GA) and sent to Andersonville - good details of prison life - $16.95
Allan L. Tischler - THE HISTORY OF THE HARPERS FERRY CAVALRY EXPEDITION, SEPTEMBER 14 & 15, 1862 - Five Cedars Press, 1993 - 1st Edition - 345pp - Mapped Endpapers - Photos - Fold-Out Maps - Index - Biblio - Notes - Appendices - Detail of cavalry actions at Harpers Ferry between Cole's Cavalry (1st Maryland), 12th Virginia Cavalry, Loudoun Rangers, 7th Rhode Island Cavalry, 12th Illinois Cavalry, 8th New York Cavalry - Brand New Hardcover - $25
(93rdIllinois) Trimble, Harvey M. - HISTORY OF THE NINETY-THIRD REGIMENT. ILLINOIS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY FROM ORGANIZATION TO MUSTER OUT. STATISTICS COMPILED BY ARRON DUNBAR, SERGANT, COMPANY . "B" - Blakely Printing Co., Chicago, 1898 -1st Edition - FINE Condition with light soiling to exterior - 441pages - Profusely Illustrated - Original Maroon Cloth with Black Lettering on Cover and Gilt Title on Spine - This copy belonged to First Lieutenant Harrison I. Davis and contains a SIGNED Gift Inscription from him on the FEP - noted in pencil below is his date and time of death - "Feb 1st 1925 - Sunday AM" - He has a full biography with photos in the book - $595

Wallace, Isabel - LIFE AND LETTERS OF GENERAL W. H. L. WALLACE - University Southern Illinois - Reprint of a scarce title - biography of the highest ranking Union officer to die at Shiloh - Wallace served with the 11th Illinois Infantry and was promoted to brigadier general for his leadership at Fort Donelson - Illustrated - Introduction by John Simon - 262pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $29.95
Wallace, Isabel - LIFE AND LETTERS OF GENERAL W. H. L. WALLACE - University Southern Illinois - Reprint of a scarce title - biography of the highest ranking Union officer to die at Shiloh - Wallace served with the 11th Illinois Infantry and was promoted to brigadier general for his leadership at Fort Donelson - Illustrated - Introduction by John Simon - 262pp - BRAND NEW Softcover - $16.95.
Wiley, William (77th Illinois) - THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF A COMMON SOLDIER: WILLIAM WILEY OF THE 77TH ILLINOIS INFANTRY LSU Press - 280pp - Edited by Terrence J. Winschel - Illustrated - Notes - Biblio - Index - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - The 77th Illinois participated in most of the major campaigns waged in Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, and Alabama - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Charles Wright Wills (7th Illinois Cavalry) - ARMY LIFE OF AN ILLINOIS SOLDIER, INCLUDING A DAY-BY-DAY RECORD OF SHERMAN'S MARCH TO THE SEA - Univ Southern Illinois Press - Reprint of 1906 Original - 355pp - BRAND NEW Softcover - BRAND NEW - $16.95

INDIANA


Baughman, James Keir - THE OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE 73RD INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY REGIMENTIN AMERICA'S CIVIL WAR -Baughman Literary - ISBN# 97809790466 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 192pp - Photos - Reprint of the Original - $22
Baughman, James Keir - THE BOYS FROM LAKE COUNTY - COMPANY A - 73RD INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY REGIMENT -Baughman Literary - ISBN# 97809790443 -BRAND NEW Softcover - 279pp - Photos - SIGNED by The Author - an epic tale of Union soldiers who fought in Company A, 73rd Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Unsuspected when writing began, the story is also of many Confederate soldiers, citizens, and towns. Although, one of the most detailed cameos of America's Civil War in it's western field, it is also a painful, shocking expose of the disastrous treatment of America's disabled Civil War veterans...little known even in those years...completely unremembered in our day - $19.95 - ALSO AVAILABLE IN HARDCOVER $29.95
Richard Baumgartner - BLUE LIGHTNING: WILDER'S MOUNTED INFANTRY BRIGADE IN THE BATTLE OF CHICKAMAUGA - Blue Acorn - ISBN# 9781885033352 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Re-Issue of a Classic - Completely re-writted with tons of new material and 210 Photos - Illustrations - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - Composed of the 92nd, 98th and 123rd Illinois and the 17th, 72nd Indiana as well as Lilly's 18th Indiana Battery, this Brigade solidified it's reputation in the savage action at Chickamauga. They successfully fought against 5 Confederate Brigades. Eyewitness accounts from Lightning Brigade officers and men - SIGNED by The Author at no extra charge - Publisher's List Price = $32.95 - Our Price - $30.95
Brackett, Charles- SURGEON ON HORSEBACK: THE MISSOURI AND ARKANSAS LETTERS AND JOURNAL OF DR. CHARLES BRACKETT OF ROCHESTER, INDIANA 1861-1863 - Guild Press - 260pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Dr. Brackett Served in Both the 1st Indiana Cavalry and 9th Illinois Cavalry - His diary and letters discuss medical treatments and guerilla warfare in Missouri and Arkansas - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $29.95
Cogley, Thomas C. (1st Lieutenant, Co. "F") - HISTORY OF THE SEVENTH INDIANA CAVALRY - Brand New Hardcover issued without jacket - A Morningside Reprint of 1876 title - 306pp - Index - Rosters - Photos - $35
Dunn, Craig L.- HARVESTFIELDS OF DEATH: THE TWENTIETH INDIANA VOLUNTEERS OF GETTYSBURG - Guild Press - 334pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrated - Present at the battle between the Monitor and Merrimac, the 20th Indiana went on to fight at Seven Days, 2nd Manassas and in the Wheatfield at Gettysburg - BRAND NEW Hardcover - SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR - $29.95
Dunn, Craig L.- HARVESTFIELDS OF DEATH: THE TWENTIETH INDIANA VOLUNTEERS OF GETTYSBURG - Guild Press - 334pp - Illustrated - Present at the battle between the Monitor and Merrimac, the 20th Indiana went on to fight at Seven Days, 2nd Manassas and in the Wheatfield at Gettysburg - BRAND NEW Softcover - $24.95
Dunn, Craig L. - IRON MEN, IRON WILL: THE NINETEENTH INDIANA REGIMENT OF THE IRON BRIGADE - Guild Press -393pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Photos - Rosters - Index - Notes - SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR AT NO EXTRA CHARGE - $29.95
Craig L. Dunn - IRON MEN, IRON WILL: THE NINETEENTH INDIANA REGIMENT OF THE IRON BRIGADE - Guild Press - Photos - Rosters - Index - Notes - BRAND NEW Softcover - SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR AT NO EXTRA CHARGE - $24.95
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 (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 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 - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $26.95
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 - $30
Garland A. Haas - TO THE MOUNTAIN OF FIRE AND BEYOND: THE 53RD INDIANA REGIMENT FROM CORINTH TO GLORY - Guild Press - 300pp - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Takes this unit from formation at Camp Morton through Shiloh, the siege of Vicksburg, service in Memphis, Atlanta and the Grand Review - Photos - Maps - BRAND NEW - $29.95 Hardcover
Wilbur D. Jones - GIANTS IN THE CORNFIELD - THE 27TH INDIANA INFANTRY - White Mane - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 384pp - maps - photos - bibliography - index - The 1181 men of this unit represented the tallest regiment in the Union Army. Composed of young, mostly-uneducated farm boys, this unit received ghastly casualties in the Cornfield at Antietam and went on to fight at Gettysburg, Chancellorsville and Atlanta - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
Lavery, Dennis S. / Jordan, Mark H. - IRON BRIGADE GENERAL : JOHN GIBBON, A REBEL IN BLUE (CONTRIBUTIONS IN MILITARY STUDIES, NO 138) - Praeger (Greenwood) - ISBN# 0313285764 - BRAND NEW Laminated Hardcover - Now once again available - In Green Boards - This is a Print on Demand title and shipped direct from publisher - please allow approx 3 weeks for delivery - $55.95
Thomas Hart Benton McCain (86th Indiana) - IN SONG AND SORROW: THE DAILY JOURNAL OF THOMAS HART BENTON MCCAIN - Guild Press - BRAND NEW Softcover - Edited by Robert and Geraldine Rue - 250pp - McCain's detailed journal reads like a Ken Burns account of Sherman's Army in the West in 1863-1865. The war in the west first-hand from Resaca, Kennesaw Mountain, Peachtree Creek, Jonesboro, Atlanta and beyond - $24.95
McClure, John R. - HOOSIER FARMBOY IN LINCOLN'S ARMY" THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF PVT. JOHN R. MCCLURE OF THE 14TH INDIANA REGIMENT - Guild Press - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 67pp - Eighteen-year-old John McClure left his family's Revolutionary War landgrant farm to join the 14th Indiana in 1861. His sardonic, pithy comments, told through a complete set of letters to his sister and girlfriend, from rendezvous camps through the Wilderness, reveal a young soldier's down-to-earth version of the quest for glory. Many excellent illustrations, photos and maps detail the progress of the 14th through the Army of the Potomac - Edited by Nancy Niblack Baxter, who taught school for 23 years and has written this for younger readers - $18.95

(70thIndiana) (70thIndiana)(70thIndiana)(70thIndiana) Merrill, Samuel - THE SEVENTIETH INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION - Indianapolis 1900 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - 372pp - Gilt Top Edge - Photos - Rosters - This copy belonged to private James M. Wills of Co. "C" who served from 1862 to 1865 - and bears a lengthy SIGNED inscription to his daughter on fep - reads in part "...that our free America might remain as one nation with but one Flag - the Stars and Stripes - as given to us by our forefathers at great cost..." - Organized in Indianapolis in 1862, the 70th Indiana served in Tennessee, the Battle of Atlanta, Resaca, New Hope Church, Kenesaw Mountain, Lost Mountain, Savannah and North Carolina - $450

Jacquelyn S. Nelson - INDIANA QUAKERS CONFRONT THE CIVIL WAR - Indiana University Press - 322pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Not all members of the Quaker "Society of Friends" opposed the Civil War in Indiana. More than 1000 served in the war and others supported the war effort. This is their story - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $19.95
Alan T. Nolan and Sharon Vipond - GIANTS IN THEIR TALL BLACK HATS: ESSAYS ON THE IRON BRIGADE - Indiana University Press - 320pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos - Maps -Known as the Black Hat Brigade, the Iron Brigade was composed of units from Wisconsin (2nd, 6th, 7th), Indiana (19th) and Michigan (24th) -The most famous unit in the Union Army - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $27.95 - Our Price - $25.15
Jack K. Overmyer - A STUPENDOUS EFFORT: THE 87TH INDIANA IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION - Indiana University Press - 288pp - Photos - Maps - Appendix - Fighting in the Western theater, the 87th fought gallantly at Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Atlanta, Sherman's March to the Sea, and through South Carolina - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $26.95
Rowell, John W. - YANKEE ARTILLERYMEN: THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR WITH ELI LILLY'S INDIANA BATTERY - Univ Tennessee 1975 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 320pp - Maps - Photos - Biblio - Index - $75
George W. Squier (44th Indiana Infantry) - THIS WILDERNESS OF WAR: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF GEORGE W. SQUIER, HOOSIER VOLUNTEER - Univ Tennessee Press - 216pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrated - Edited by Julie Doyle, John D. Smith and Richard McMurry - Squier fought with the 44th Indiana at Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Stones River and Chickamauga - unusual battlefield details such as robbing dead soldiers - Publisher's List Price = $32 - Our Price - $29
Thornbrough, Emma Lou - INDIANA IN THE CIVIL WAR ERA, 1850-1880 - Indiana University Press - 770pp - This study explores the political, economic, social and cultural developments of the pre- and post-Civil War years - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price =$32.50 - Our Price - $29.25
Thornbrough, Emma Lou - INDIANA IN THE CIVIL WAR ERA, 1850-1880 - Indiana University Press - 770pp - This study explores the political, economic, social and cultural developments of the pre- and post-Civil War years - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
William T. Venner - HOOSIERS' HONOR: THE IRON BRIGADE'S 19TH INDIANA REGIMENT - White Mane, 1998 - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 552pp - Index - Biblio - Maps - The 19th Indiana fought in every major battle from Bull Run to Cold Harbor. They had a 75 percent casualty rate in just one hour of fighting at Gettysburg. Barely 100 survivors returned home at the end of their service. - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $36
Wade, Alfred B. (Colonel) - The Civil War Diary of Colonel Alfred B. Wade -Baughman Literary - ISBN# 97809790480 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 265pp - Wade served for 90 days in the Ninth Indiana Infantry and went on to serve again in the 73rd Indiana Volunteers - Transcribed by Michael Downs - $22
Welcher, Frank J. and Larry Ligget - COBURN'S BRIGADE: 85TH INDIANA, 33RD INDIANA, 19TH MICHIGAN AND 22ND WISCONSIN IN THE CIVIL WAR - Guild Press - 462pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrated - Index - Photos - Maps - Brand New Hardcover - $29.95
(47th Indiana) David Williamson - THE 47TH INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - THE 47TH INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - A CIVIL WAR HISTORY- McFarland Pub - ISBN# 9780786465958 -BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 448pp - 17 photos, 13 maps, appendices, bibliography, index - Organized at Indianapolis in December 1861, the 47th Indiana Volunteer Infantry's Civil War service spanned the Mississippi Valley and the Gulf South. From Louisville to New Orleans and on to Mobile, General James R. Slack and the 47th Indiana took the war to the inland waterways and southern bayous, fighting in many of the Civil War's most famous campaigns, including Vicksburg, Red River and Mobile. This chronicle of the 47th Indiana follows the regiment's odyssey through the words of its officers and men. Sources include Chaplain Samuel Sawyer's account of their exploits in the Indianapolis Daily Journal, soldiers' accounts in Indiana newspapers, stories of war and intrigue from newspapermen of the "Bohemian Brigade," and General Slack's own story in letters to his wife, Ann, including his post-war command on the Rio Grande. Numerous photographs, previously unpublished battle and area maps, and a full regimental roster complete this detailed account - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $42.99

IOWA


Major Lyman Allen (37th Iowa) - THE GRAYBEARDS: THE FAMILY OF MAJOR LYMAN ALLEN DURING THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR - Camp Pope Bookshop - 127pp - Illustrated - Maps - Notes - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $12
Carolyn Bartels - IOWA INFANTRY OF 1861-1865, FIRST THROUGH FOURTEENTH - Two Trails, 1995 - 50pp - Illustrated - Brief histories of 1st through 14th Iowa Infantry Regiments - BRAND NEW Softcover - $7.50
BATTLE FLAG DAY AUGUST 10,1894 - REPORT OF THE BATTLE FLAG COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY THE 24TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO PROVIDE CASES AND TRANSFER THE IOWA BATTLE FLAGS FROM THE ARSENAL TO THE STATE CAPITOL - DeMoines 1896 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition with endpapers excised - Scarce Title - 85pp - Photos - $125
Belknap, William M. - HISTORY OF THE FIFTEENTH REGIMENT IOWA VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY FROM OCTOBER 1861 TO AUGUST 1865 WHEN DISBANDED AT THE END OF THE WAR - Keokuk 1887 - Scarce 1st Edition in Blue Decorated Cloth - VERY GOOD Condition with light wear to exterior edges - 644pp - Steel Engraved Portraits - Rosters with Roll of Survivors - The 15th Iowa fought at Shiloh, Corinth, Vicksburg, Atlanta and Bentonville - $595
Cyrus F. Boyd (15th and 34th Iowa - THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF CYRUS F. BOYD, FIFTEENTH IOWA INFANTRY, 1861-1863 - LSU Press - Edited by Mildred Throne With a New Introduction by Earl J. Hess - Revealing and realistic views of soldier life. A native of Warren County, Iowa, Cyrus F. Boyd served a year and a half as an orderly sergeant with the Fifteenth Iowa Infantry before becoming first lieutenant in Company B of the Thirty-fourth Iowa Infantry. Before his promotion, he was an intermediary between privates and company officers, a position that offered him unique opportunities to observe the attitudes and activities of both the unit leaders and their men. In this diary, the outspoken Boyd frankly expresses his opinions of his comrades and his commanders, candidly depicts camp life, and intricately details the gory events on the battlefield. - 152 pp - Illustrated - Map - BRAND NEW Softcover - $12.95
Brown, Leonard - AMERICAN PATRIOTISM OR MEMOIRS OF "COMMON MEN" - Camp Pope Bookshop - ISBN# 1929919034 - 598pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover issued without jacket - Name Index - Reprint of 1869 Original - Collection of biographical sketches, letters and diaries of Iowa Civil War soldiers who died in service - Publisher's List Price = $40 - Our Price - $36
Samuel H. M. Byers (Major, 5th Iowa) - WITH FIRE AND SWORD - Camp Pope Bookshop - Reprint of 1911 Neale title - 203pp - Index - Byers served with the 5th Iowa and is credited with writing the poem "Sherman's March to The Sea" while in a Confederate prison following his capture at Missionary Ridge. The 5th Iowa served in Missouri, New Madrid, Iuka, Corinth, Raymond, Jackson, Champion Hill, Vicksburg and Missionary Ridge. In July 1864 this unit was merged into the 5th Iowa Cavalry. - BRAND NEW - $20
John Campbell (5th Iowa Infantry) - THE UNION MUST STAND: THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS CAMPBELL, FIFTH IOWA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Univ Tennessee Press - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 296pp - Edited by Mark Grimsley and Todd Miller - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $38 - Our Price - $34
William H. Clayton (19th Iowa) - A DAMNED IOWA GREYHOUND: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON CLAYTON - Univ of Iowa Press - 236pp - 1st Edition - Photos - Company Clerk for the 19th Iowa Infantry, Clayton participated in the seige of Vicksburg and attack on Mobile. Details of the fighting at Prairie Grove where the 19th sustained the heaviest casualties of any Union regiment. Captured at Stirling's Plantation, Clayton spent 10 months in the Confederate prison at Camp Ford, Texas - BRAND NEW - $29.95
Crooke, George - THE TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT OF IOWA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. A NARRATIVE OF ITS EXPERIENCE IN ACTIVE SERVICE, INCLUDING A MILITARY RECORD OF EACH OFFICER, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICER, AND PRIVATE SOLDIER OF THE ORGANIZATION-Milwaukee - King, Fowle & Co. 1891 -1st Edition - FINE Condition - Lightly bumped at corners and spine ends - Bright Gilt Title on Spine and Front Board - The author served as Unit Adjutant - 232pp - 12 Maps (Includes one fold-out) - Contains SIGNATURE and Inscription on FEP from Private Henry G. Porter of Co K - listed at rear of book - This was apparently donated to a library by Porter in 1918 and contains a typed thank-you letter from the library to him pasted down inside the front cover, indicating that it may have later been returned to him - $495
Jacob Gantz (4th Iowa Cavalry) - SUCH ARE THE TRIALS: THE CIVIL WAR DIARIES OF JACOB GANTZ - Iowa State Univ, 1991 - 1st Edition - AS NEW Condition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 122pp - Index - Biblio - Photos - Maps - This unit fought at Vicksburg and throughout Mississippi, as well as in Arkansas at Pea Ridge and other battles of the West - $30
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
Samuel Calvin Jones (Lieutenant, Co. A 22nd Iowa) - REMINISCENCES OF THE 22ND IOWA INFANTRY - Camp Pope Bookshop - Reprint of 1907 title with added Index, Illustrations and Introduction by Jeffrey Burden - 171pp - Dust Jacket - Mapped End Papers - Photos - Rosters - Nevins says of this "Among the best reminiscences of Iowa soldiers; Jones recounted in diary form his travels through the Gulf region and his experiences as a war prisoner." - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket - Union Bookshelf #127 - $45
Charles O. Musser (29th Iowa) - SOLDIER BOY: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF CHARLES O. MUSSER, 29TH IOWA - Univ Iowa Press - 1st Edition - 236pp - Photos - Maps - A farmer who wrote over 130 letters home during his service with the 29th Iowa - Details of the battle at Helena, Arkansas and the Trans-Mississippi theater - BRAND NEW - $24.95
Oake, William Royal - ON THE SKIRMISH LINE BEHIND A FRIENLY TREE: THE CIVIL WAR MEMOIRS OF WILLIAM ROYAL OAKE, 26TH IOWA VOLUNTEERS- Far Country Pub - ISBN# 1560373768 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 400pp - Index - Notes - Illustrated - Edited by Stacy D. Allen - $26.95 (AVAILABLE IN SOFTCOVER FOR $19.95)
Peirce, Taylor - DEAR CATHARINE, DEAR TAYLOR: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF A UNION SOLDIER AND HIS WIFE - Univ Kansas Press - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in New Brodart Cover) - Illustrated - Notes - 464pp - Edited by Richard L. Kiper - Peirce served 3 years in the 22nd Iowa Inafntry and saw action at Vicksburg, Louisiana, Texas, Georgia, Carolinas, and the Shenandoah - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
Scott, William Forse (Adjutant, 4th Iowa Vols) - THE STORY OF A CAVALRY REGIMENT: THE CAREER OF THE 4TH IOWA VETERAN VOLUNTEERS FROM KANSAS TO GEORGIA, 1861-1865 - Camp Pope Bookshop - BRAND NEW Hardcover issued without jacket - Still in Publisher Shrinkwrap - Reprint of 1893 original - 602pp - Index - Fold Out Maps - The 4th Iowa fought at Vicksburg, Memphis, Colombus, and at Brice's Crossroads against Forrest's Cavalry - Nevins calls this "The best history of a Hawkeye cavalry unit; a detailed narrative, maps, and full index recount the regiment's campaigns in the Western theater - $95
C. A. Smith (11th Iowa Vols) - RECOLLECTIONS OF PRISON LIFE AT ANDERSONVILLE, GEORGIA AND FLORENCE, SOUTH CAROLINA - Martini Print Media, 1997 - Softcover - BRAND NEW - $15
A. F. Sperry - HISTORY OF THE 33RD IOWA INFANTRY VOLUNTEER REGIMENT, 1863-1866 - Univ Arkansas Press - 408pp - Illustrated - Reprint of 1866 Original - The 33rd Iowa fought in Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas and Arkansas - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $22 - Our Price - $20
Samuel A. Swiggett (36th Iowa Infantry) - THE BRIGHT SIDE OF PRISON LIFE: EXPERIENCES IN PRISON AND OUTOF AN INVOLUNTARY SOJOURNER IN REBELDOM - Baltimore, 1897 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - minor wear to corners and spine top/bottom - Bright Covers and Spine - Photos - Rosters - $150
Ware, Eugene Fitch (Private, 1st Iowa Infantry) - THE LYON CAMPAIGN IN MISSOURI: BEING A HISTORY OF THE FIRST IOWA INFANTRY...- Camp Pope Bookshop - Reprint of 1907 original - 354pp plus Index and Rosters - Illustrated - Maps - One of the 3 month regiments, the 1st Iowa fought in Missouri, distinguishing itself at Wilson's Creek. They were nicknamed the "Iowa Greyhounds" for their long marches. Ware went on to become a Sergeant Major and finally Captain in the 7th Iowa Cavalry - BRAND NEW - $24.95
Henry H. Wright (Sgt. 6th Iowa) - A HISTORY OF THE SIXTH IOWA INFANTRY - State Hist. Society, Iowa City 1923 - NEAR FINE Condition - some minor discoloration at edge of front board - previous owner bookplate and name on FEP - 1st Edition - Gilt Top Edge - Index - Unopened Pages - Nevins says of this "Sgt. Wright began his narrative in 1898 and relied for the most part on the Official Records, which he quoted extensively; the study is far more factual than personal" - $145

KANSAS


Wiley Britton (6th Kansas Cavalry) - MEMOIRS OF THE REBELLION ON THE BORDER, 1863 - Univ Nebraska Press - Reprint of 1882 Original - 458pp - Introduction by Phillip Tucker who calls this "the best and most accurate first person account of the long overlooked western border war of 1863" - $14.95
Burke, William S.- OFFICIAL MILITARY HISTORY OF KANSAS REGIMENTS DURING THE WAR FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF THE GREAT REBELLION- Kansas Heritage Press - Reprint of Scarce 1870 Original - 464pp - Brand New Hardcover - $65
Fry, Alice L. - 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
Fry, Alice L. - 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
Fry, Alice L. - KANSAS AND KANSANS IN THE CIVIL WAR: FIRST THROUGH THE THIRTEENTH VOLUNTEER REGIMENT - Two Trails Publishing - 109pp - Illustrated - Rosters - Oversized BRAND NEW Softcover - $20
Hinton, Richard J. - REBEL INVASION OF MISSOURI AND KANSAS AND THE CAMPAIGN OF THE ARMY OF THE BORDER AGAINST GENERAL STERLING PRICE IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER 1864 - Kansas Heritage Press - Reprint of Scarce 1865 Original - 362pp - Index - Maps - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $50
Stephen Starr - JENNISON'S JAYHAWKERS: A CIVIL WAR CAVALRY REGIMENT AND ITS COMMANDER - LSU Press - Story of the 1st Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalry - 405pp - BRAND NEW Softcover - UBS#131 - $18.95
Steele James W. - BATTLE OF THE BLUE OF THE 2ND REGIMENT KANSAS STATE MILITIA OCTOBER 22, 1864 - Two Trails Publishing - 156pp - Illustrated - Rosters - Reprint of Original written for the dedication of the historical monument at Gage Park, Topeke in 1896 - BRAND NEW Softcover - $12.95
Hamp B. Watts - THE BABE OF THE COMPANY: AN UNFOLDED LEAF FROM THE FOREST OF NEVER-TO-BE-FORGOTTEN YEARS - Two Trails Publishing - 33pp - Watts was a member of Bill Anderson's Guerillas, having joined Joe Shelby's Brigade at age 15 - Roster - BRAND NEW Softcover - $5

KENTUCKY


Dee Alexander Brown - THE BOLD CAVALIERS: MORGAN'S 2ND KENTUCKY CAVALRY RAIDERS - Lippincott 1959 - Stated 1st Edition in Dust Jacket - VERY GOOD Condition - 353pp - Mapped Endpapers - Index - Photos - This copy used for research and has several small tick marks and underlining of sources in the index - $65
William C. Davis - THE ORPHAN BRIGADE - THE KENTUCKY CONFEDERATES WHO COULDN'T GO HOME - Doubleday, 1980 - 318pp - SIGNED/INSCRIBED1st Edition - FINE Condition in Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Detailed study of the First Kentucky Brigade, "baptized in fire and blood" at Shiloh, later serving at Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Chickamauga and Atlanta - Index - Biblio - Photos - Mapped Endpapers - $45
William C. Davis - THE ORPHAN BRIGADE - THE KENTUCKY CONFEDERATES WHO COULDN'T GO HOME - Doubleday, 1980 - 318pp - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Detailed study of the First Kentucky Brigade, "baptized in fire and blood" at Shiloh, later serving at Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Chickamauga and Atlanta - Index - Biblio - Photos - Mapped Endpapers - $35
William C. Davis - THE ORPHAN BRIGADE - THE KENTUCKY CONFEDERATES WHO COULDN'T GO HOME - Stackpole, Mechanicsburg - 352pp - 28 B&W photos - Revised edition - Detailed study of the First Kentucky Brigade, "baptized in fire and blood" at Shiloh, later serving at Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Chickamauga and Atlanta - BRAND NEW - $19.95
Duke, Basil W. - THE CIVIL WAR REMINISCENCES OF GENERAL BASIL W. DUKE, C.S.A.- Cooper Square Press - BRAND NEW Softcover - 512pp - Reprint of the 1911 Origina - with New Introduction by James Ramage - $19.95
John S. Jackman (1st Kentucky Brigade) - DIARY OF A CONFEDERATE SOLDIER: JOHN S. JACKMAN OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE - Univ S. Carolina Press - Edited with an Introduction by William C. Davis - BRAND NEW Softcover - $14.95
John S. Jackman (1st Kentucky Brigade) - DIARY OF A CONFEDERATE SOLDIER: JOHN S. JACKMAN OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE - Univ S. Carolina Press - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Edited with an Introduction by William C. Davis - $30
Jenkins, Kirk C. - THE BATTLE RAGES HIGHER : THE UNION'S FIFTEENTH KENTUCKY INFANTRY - Univ Kentucky Press - ISBN# 0813122813 -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 452pp - Biographical Rosters - Maps - Illustrated - Notes - Biblio - Index - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $32
Lynn, Stephen D. - CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS OF KENTUCKY: A ROSTER OF THE VETERANS 1861-1865 - Lynn 2002 - 1st Edition - Limited and Signed by the Author - BRAND NEW Hardcover issued without jacket - 386pp with biblio - $35
Lynn, Stephen D. - HISTORY AND ROSTER OF COMPANY K, TENTH KENTUCKY PARTISAN RANGERS, C.S.A. - Lynn 2003 - BRAND NEW Softcover - SIGNED by the Author - 99pp - Biblio - Photos - Detailed Rosters - $12
James Lee McDonough - WAR IN KENTUCKY: FROM SHILOH TO PERRYVILLE - Univ Tennessee Press - 408pp - Illustrated - BRAND NEW - $34 Hardback/$16.95 Softcover
George D. Mosgrove (4th Kentucky Cavalry) - KENTUCKY CAVALIERS IN DIXIE: REMINISCENCES OF A CONFEDERATE CAVALRYMAN - McCowat Mercer, 1957 - Reprint of 1895 Original edited by Bell Wiley - with Civil War Book Insert Page - SIGNED BY Bell Wiley - Dust Jacket - VERY GOOD Condition - 281pp - Index - Photos - $135
Reinhart, Joseph R. - A HISTORY OF THE 6TH KENTUCKY VOLUNTEER INFANTRY U.S. - Beargrass Press - 489pp - Maps - Illustrations - Full Roster - Notes - Biblio - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $34.95
Reinhart, Joseph R. - TWO GERMANS IN THE CIVIL WAR : THE DIARY OF JOHN DAEUBLE AND THE LETTERS OF GOTTFRIED RENTSCHLER, 6TH KENTUCKY VOLUNTEER INFANTRY- Univ Tennessee Press - ISBN# 1572332794 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 243pp - Photos - Maps - Index- Publisher's List Price = $32 - Our Price - $28.95
Thompson, Ed Porter - HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE - Janaway Publishing - ISBN# 0974195723 - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Reprint of 1898 Original - Illus., Index, 1,266 pp - Here, and now back in print, is the History of the Orphan Brigade, one of the first Civil War histories originally completed after the close of hostilities. The History of the First Kentucky Brigade, written by Ed Porter Thompson, was a massive undertaking, which began in November 1864, during the final winter of the War, and concluded with the first printing in 1868. In 1898, Thompson revised, updated, and renamed the book History of the Orphan Brigade, resulting in this enormous work. Considered the definitive history of this famous brigade, it provides a thorough background on the formation, staffing, component units, battles, and leadership throughout the War. It takes you from the Kentucky parade grounds in the summer of 1861, to the recruitment and training camps on the Tennessee border, and through the battles at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Stones River, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Resaca, Kennesaw Mountain, and Atlanta. Thompson develops a wonderful history of the 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 9th Kentucky Infantry Regiments, as well as detailed accounts of Artillery, Cavalry and other brigade units. - Publisher's List Price = $89.95 - Our Price - $85
Marcus Woodcock (9th Kentucky Infantry) - A SOUTHERN BOY IN BLUE - Univ Tennessee Press - 1st edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 376pp - Illustrated - Edited by Kenneth W. Noe - Woodcock served in the 9th Kentucky Union Infantry - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $34 - Our Price - $30
Marcus Woodcock (9th Kentucky Infantry) - A SOUTHERN BOY IN BLUE - Univ Tennessee Press - 376pp - Illustrated - Edited by Kenneth W. Noe - Woodcock served in the 9th Kentucky Union Infantry - BRAND NEW Softcover - $18

LOUISIANA


Ayers, Thomas - DARK AND BLOODY GROUND: THE BATTLE OF MANSFIELD AND THE FORGOTTEN CIVIL WAR IN LOUISIANA - Taylor Publishing - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Bartlett, Napier - MILITARY RECORD OF LOUISIANA: INCLUDING BIOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL PAPERS RELATING TO THE MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS OF THE STATE - LSU Press - 260pp - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
Douglas John Cater (3rd Texas Cav/19th Louisiana) - AS IT WAS: REMINISCENCES OF A SOLDIER OF THE THIRD TEXAS CAVALRY AND THE NINETEENTH LOUISIANA INFANTRY - State House Press, Austin - 266pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - New Introduction by T. Michael Parrish - Illustrated - Index - Cater spent four years as a Confederate soldier, fighting at Pea Ridge, Wilson's Creek, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Franklin, Nashville and other battles - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $24.95 - Our Price - $22
David Cornwell (8th Illinois and 9th Louisiana) - THE CORNWELL CHRONICLES: TALES OF AN AMERICAN LIFE ON THE ERIE CANAL, BUILDING CHICAGO, IN THE VOLUNTEER CIVIL WAR WESTERN ARMY, ON THE FARM, IN A COUNTRY STORE - Heritage Books - 301pp - Maps - Index - Illustrations - Edited by John Wearmouth - Cornwell enlisted in the 8th Illinois Volunteer Infantry and served 3 years in the 9th Louisiana Infantry Regiment (African Descent) as First Lieutenant, recruiting and training black soldiers - Lots of genealogical details - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $46.50 - Our Price - $42
Colonel Nathan W. Daniels (2nd Louisiana Native Guards) - THANK GOD MY REGIMENT AN AFRICAN ONE: THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF COLONEL NATHAN W. DANIELS - LSU Press - Edited by C. P. Weaver - A candid account of military prejudice in the Civil War - Union Colonel Daniels, white commanding officer of the 2nd Louisiana Native Guards, a black regiment, was confined with his unit to obscure duty on Ship Island, off the coast of Biloxi Mississippi.. Ordered by General Butler, the promotion of 76 educated, free blacks was an experiment during the early days of black enlistment. Within a year, nearly all the officers, including their white colonels, were forced out or had resigned in frustration. - a rare surviving narrative - daily entries of routine life on the military post and comments about frustrations of being caught between the black and white military worlds of the day - recalls a fierce skirmish on the mainland at East Pascagoula, Mississippi, in which his black troops, suffered most of their casualties from apparently intentional friendly fire from the Union gunboat Jackson, - 240 pp - 12 halftones - 2 line drawings - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Colonel Nathan W. Daniels (2nd Louisiana Native Guards) - THANK GOD MY REGIMENT AN AFRICAN ONE: THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF COLONEL NATHAN W. DANIELS - LSU Press - Edited by C. P. Weaver - A candid account of military prejudice in the Civil War - Union Colonel Daniels, white commanding officer of the 2nd Louisiana Native Guards, a black regiment, was confined with his unit to obscure duty on Ship Island, off the coast of Biloxi Mississippi.. Ordered by General Butler, the promotion of 76 educated, free blacks was an experiment during the early days of black enlistment. Within a year, nearly all the officers, including their white colonels, were forced out or had resigned in frustration. - a rare surviving narrative - daily entries of routine life on the military post and comments about frustrations of being caught between the black and white military worlds of the day - recalls a fierce skirmish on the mainland at East Pascagoula, Mississippi, in which his black troops, suffered most of their casualties from apparently intentional friendly fire from the Union gunboat Jackson, - 240 pp - 12 halftones - 2 line drawings - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $15.95 - Our Price - $14
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
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
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 = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
James G. Hollandsworth, Jr. - THE LOUISIANA NATIVE GUARDS: THE BLACK MILITARY EXPERIENCE DURING THE CIVIL WAR - LSU Press - This well-written, extensively footnoted study is more than a regimental history. The Native Guards' service is examined in the context of the society it originated in and the racism its soldiers endured in service to both the Confederacy and the Union. - 168 pp - 21 halftones - 1 map - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $12.95 - Our Price - $11.50
Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes - THE PRIDE OF THE CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY: THE WASHINGTON ARTILLERY IN THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE - LSU Press - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Stated First Edition in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 384pp - Maps - Photos - Biblio - Index - The Fifth Company, Washington Artillery of New Orleans, fought with the Confederate Army of Tennessee from Shiloh to Chickamauga, from Perryville to Mobile, and from Atlanta to Jackson, Mississippi. Slocomb's Battery, as it was also known, won repeated praise from every commander of that army. Although it sustained high losses, the company was recognized as a cohesive, well-disciplined organization that fought boldly and tenaciously and was considered the Army of Tennessee's finest close-combat battery - $40
Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes - THE PRIDE OF THE CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY: THE WASHINGTON ARTILLERY IN THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE - LSU Press - The Fifth Company, Washington Artillery of New Orleans, fought with the Confederate Army of Tennessee from Shiloh to Chickamauga, from Perryville to Mobile, and from Atlanta to Jackson, Mississippi. Slocomb's Battery, as it was also known, won repeated praise from every commander of that army. Although it sustained high losses, the company was recognized as a cohesive, well-disciplined organization that fought boldly and tenaciously and was considered the Army of Tennessee's finest close-combat battery. - 344 pp - 21 halftones - 2 drawings - 9 maps - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Terry L. Jones - LEE'S TIGERS: THE LOUISIANA INFANTRY IN THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA - Louisiana State Univ 1987 -VERY GOOD Condition Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Jacket Cover) - Light browning/spotting to page ends - With Blindstamp of Dr Donald Bickers, noted Georgia Neurosurgeon, Surgeon for the Georgia SCV, and Founder of the Southern Cultural Foundation - 274pp - Index - The story of 12,000 Louisiana infantrymen in the Confederate Army of Northern VA from Manassas to Appomattox - $20
Terry L. Jones - LEE'S TIGERS - Louisiana State Univ 1987 - Illustrated story of 12,000 Louisiana infantrymen in the Confederate Army of Northern VA from Manassas to Appomattox - BRAND NEW Softcover - $16.95
William Miller Owen - IN CAMP AND BATTLE WITH THE WASHINGTON ARTILLERY OF NEW ORLEANS - LSU Press - Reprint of Scarce 1885 Original - Great Regimental History of the best artillery unit in the Confederacy - 512pp - Maps - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 -Our Price - $24.95
Robert Patrick (4th Louisiana) - RELUCTANT REBEL: THE SECRET DIARY OF ROBERT PATRICK 1861-1865 - LSU Press - 288pp - Edited by F. Jay Taylor - Illustrated - A Clerk in the Commissary and Quartermaster Depts of the 4th Louisiana Infantry - recounts siege of Port Hudson and Vicksburg, Battle of Shiloh and the retreat from Atlanta - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $15.95 - Our Price - $14
(Louisianians) Salling, Stuart - LOUISIANIANS IN THE WESTERN CONFEDERACY - THE ADAMS-GIBSON BRIGADE IN THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786442188 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 260pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Photos - Maps - The Louisiana Brigade served the Confederacy in the Army of Tennessee, battling on the western frontier. Commanded by Daniel W. Adams and Randall L. Gibson, the brigade fought from the Battle of Shiloh in April 1862 to the surrender at Meridian in May 1865. This volume follows the formation and history of the individual units, the politics of command, and the war's end and aftermath. - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $37.99

Gary Schreckengost - THE FIRST LOUISIANA SPECIAL BATTALION - WHEAT'S TIGERS IN THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786432028 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Library Binding issued without jacket - 221pp - 82 photos, maps, appendices, notes, bibliography, index - From the little-known Filibuster Wars to the Civil War battlefield of Gaines' Mill, this volume details the fascinating story of one of the South's most colorful military units, the 1st Louisiana Special Battalion, aka Wheat's Tigers. Beginning with a brief look at the Filibuster Wars (a set of military attempts to annex Latin American countries into the United States as slave states), the work takes a close look at the men who comprised Wheat's Tigers: Irish immigrant ship hands, New Orleans dock workers and Filibuster veterans. Commanded by one of the greatest antebellum filibusterers, Chatham Roberdeau Wheat, the Tigers quickly distinguished themselves in battle through their almost reckless bravery, proving instrumental in Southern victories at the battles of Front Royal, Winchester and Port Republic. An in-depth look at Battle of Gaines' Mill, in which Wheat's Tigers suffered heavy casualties, including their commander, completes the story. Appendices provide a compiled roster of the Wheat's Tigers, a look at the 1st Louisiana's uniforms and a copy of Wheat's report about the Battle of Manassas. Never-before-published photographs are also included.- $65
Scriber, Terry and Theresa - THE FOURTH LOUISIANA BATTALION IN THE CIVIL WAR: A HISTORY AND ROSTER - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786430123 -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Library Binding issued without jacket - 363pp - Index - Photos - Biblio - Maps - The first section of this book follows the Fourth Louisiana Battalion from Louisiana's secession through Richmond, South Carolina's coastal defense, Vicksburg, the campaigns of the Army of Tennessee, and the final surrender at Gainesville, Alabama. The second section is a detailed biographical register covering commanding officers, staff, color bearers and soldiers who served the battalion. Information for each man includes military record, civilian history, pension information and burial location - Publisher's List Price = $55 -Our Price - $51
William J. Seymour (Capt 9th Louisiana) - THE CIVIL WAR MEMOIRS OF CAPTAIN WILLIAM J. SEYMOUR: REMINISCENCES OF A LOUISIANA TIGER - LSU Press - Edited by Terry L. Jones -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 162pp - Index - $19.95 - (Available in Softcover - $11.95)
Rev. James B. Sheeran (14th Louisiana) - CONFEDERATE CHAPLAIN - Bruce Publishing 1960 - NEAR FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Edited by Joseph Durkin, SJ - Preface by Bruce Catton - $75
W. H. Tunnard - A SOUTHERN RECORD - Univ Arkansas 1997 - Brand New Softcover - Reprint of 1866 original - Story of 3rd Louisiana Infantry - Introduction by William L. Shea - Nevins calls this "An excellent composite of personal accounts of battles and army life in the Arkansas-Missouri region" - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 -Our Price - $37.95
William Watson (3rd Louisiana Infantry) - LIFE IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY - Time Life, NY 1983 - AS NEW Condition - Reprint - Originally Published in 1888 - Embossed Black Leather Cover - Gilt Edges - 456pp - Watson was a British citizen, born in Scotland, who volunteered to fight for the Confederacy as an enlisted man - Nevins says of this "...an excellent commentary on Southern military life." - $35
William Watson (3rd Louisiana Infantry)- LIFE IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY - LSU Press - 470pp - Record of life of a Confederate soldier in camp, on the march, and in battle - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95

MAINE


Andrews, Henry F. - COMPANY "D" 16TH MAINE VOLUNTEERS - Union Publishing - Reprint of scarce 1906 Original - BRAND NEW Softcover Pamphlet - 39pp - $20
Gen. Joshua L. Chamberlain - BAYONET! FORWARD - MY CIVIL WAR REMINISCENCES - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - a Stan Clark reprint - Gettysburg 1994 - 289pp - maps. Illustrated, bibliography - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $25 - Our Price - $22.50
Gen. Joshua L. Chamberlain (20th Maine) - THE PASSING OF THE ARMIES - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 402pp - photos - maps - index - a Stan Clark reprint of a 1915 Original - Nevins says of this " The climax of Chamberlain's readible reminiscences his moving description of the surrender ceremonies at Appomattox." - Chamberlain writes - "Soon the gray masses are in motion - once more toward us - as in the days that were gone. A thrilling sight. First, Gordon, with the Stonewall Corps'; then their First Corps, - Longstreet's - no less familiar to us and to fame; then Anderson, with his new Fourth Corps; and lastly, A. P. Hill's Corps, commanded now by Heth, since Hill had fallen at one of the river fights a few days before. On they come with careless, swinging route step, the column thick with battle flags, disproportionate to their depleted numbers." - UBS #15 - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $25 - Our Price - $22.50
Gen. Joshua L. Chamberlain - THROUGH BLOOD AND FIRE AT GETTYSBURG - GENERAL JOSHUA CHAMBERLAIN AND THE 20TH MAINE - Stan Clark - 60pp - Maps - Photos - Facsimile letter - BRAND NEW Softcover - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $5 - Our Price - $4.50
Cyndi Dalton - THE BLANKET BRIGADE (16th Maine) - Union Publishing - 298pp - Printed as Volume II of a two volume unit history history, see Abner R. Small's "Sixteenth Maine Regiment" for the companion - Foreword by Joshua Chamberlain discussing details of the colors being torn apart and distributed to those who would soon be taken prisoner to prevent their capture by Confederates - The 16th Maine made uniforms out of blankets when their original uniforms fell apart following the battle at Antietam, and forever became known as the Blanket Brigade - Photos - Maps - Officer Biographies - Rosters - BRAND NEW Softcover - $13.95
Peter Dalton - WITH OUR FACES TO THE FOE: A HISTORY OF THE 4TH MAINE INFANTRY IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION - Union Publishing 1998 - 385pp - Numerous Maps and Photos - Rosters - A complete history of the Iron 4th Maine Infantry. This book is based on the numerous first hand accounts left behind by the members of this famous regiment. The book is full of new and original material, photos, and dozens of original maps. BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
Desjardin, Thomas - STAND FIRM YE BOYS FROM MAINE - Oxford Univ Press - The 20th Maine at Gettysburg and the battle for Little Round Top - 239pp - Roster - Notes - Index - Photos - BRAND NEW Softcover - $14.95
Neal Dow (General, 13th Maine) - THE REMINISCENCES OF NEAL DOW - Evening Express, Portland 1898 - 1st Edition - AS NEW Condition! - Illustrated - Leader of temperance movement in Maine prior to the war, he served with the 13th Maine and commanded various units in the Dept of the Gulf - wounded twice in the battle for Port Hudson, Mississippi - later captured and sent to Libby Prison in Richmond - $125
Theodore Gerrish - ARMY LIFE: REMINISCENCES OF THE CIVIL WAR - Stan Clark Books - 400 pages - dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - new introduction by 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 - $22.50
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 (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 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
Jordan, William B. - RED DIAMOND REGIMENT - THE 17TH MAINE INFANTRY, 1862-1865 - White Mane, Shippensburg - 448pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos - Maps - Index - Bibliography - The 17th Maine served with the Army of the Potomac from Fredericksburg to Appomattox, suffering more casualties than any other Maine regiment - Brand New - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
William Lamson - MAINE TO THE WILDERNESS: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF PRIVATE WILLIAM LAMSON, 20TH MAINE INFANTRY - Publisher's Press - Orange 1993 - First Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Edited by Roderick Engert - 108 pages - Photo Illustrated - Bibliography - Index - $15.95
Long, Hezekiah - HARD TIMES, HARD BREAD, AND HARDER COFFEE - THE CIVIL WAR CORRESPONDENCE OF HEZEKIAH LONG, COMPANY F - 20TH MAINE INFANTRY- Richardson Round Table - ISBN# 9781605858050 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 227pp - Foreword by Tom Desjardin - Index - Biblio - Maps - Illustrations - $19.95
MAINE AT GETTYSBURG - Stan Clark - Reprint of 1898 original - 602pp - Index - Mapped End papers - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $40.50
Matthews, James Mero - THE CIVIL WAR DIARIES OF JAMES MERO MATTHEWS, 2ND U. S. SHARPSHOOTERS - Richardson Round Table - 306pp - Rosters for Company D (recruited from Maine) - Maps - Photos - BRAND NEW Softcover - Introduction by John Pullen - $19.95
Holman S. Melcher (Major, 20th Maine) - WITH A FLASH OF HIS SWORD - Belle Grove, Kearny - 331pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Maps - Bibliography - Index - 70 Photographs - A collection of Melcher's wartime letters, daily diary entries and battle accounts documenting the legendary 20th Maine - Edited by William Styple (Signed) - BRAND NEW - $33
Mundy, James H. - NO RICH MENS' SONS: THE SIXTH MAINE VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Cape Elizabeth, ME 1994 - ISBN# 0962638935 - AS NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - Stated 1st Edition - 276pp - Index - Illustrations - $250
John J. Pullen - A SHOWER OF STARS: THE MEDAL OF HONOR AND THE 27TH MAINE - Lippincott 1966 - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Owner name on front board under DJ - FINE Condition - 269pp - Notes - Biblio - Index - $60
John J. Pullen - A SHOWER OF STARS - THE MEDAL OF HONOR AND THE 27TH MAINE - Stackpole, Mechanicsburg - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Reprint - 288pp - Photos - Drawings - Traces the stormy history of the Congressional Medal of Honor through the solving of the "mystery" that surrounded the 27th Maine and the barrelful of medals it received in 1865 - BRAND NEW - $24.95
John J. Pullen - THE TWENTIETH MAINE: A VOLUNTEER REGIMENT IN THE CIVIL WAR - Morningside - Reprint of 1957 Original - 338pp - Index - Nevins calls this "A model regimental history; the author drew largely from primary sources and presented his material in a style both dramatic and realistic - UBS#74 - BRAND NEW Softcover - $17.50
ROSTER OF MAINE VOLUNTEERS 1861-1865 - H-Bar Enterprises - 1 Volume - CD ROM - A Roster of all Maine troops during the Civil War, including Joshua Chamberlain's 20th Maine. Publisher's List Price = $39.95 each - Our Price - $37.95
Saperstein, Stanley D. - SHARPSHOOTERS: THE STORY OF THE UNITED STATES SHARPSHOOTERS IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, 1861-1865- Longstreet House - ISBN# 0944413684 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 386pp - Illustrations - Maps - Historical novel about the Sharpshooters - fully researched from their regimental history and personal diaries - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $31.50
Sawtelle, Daniel - ALL'S FOR THE BEST: THE CIVIL WAR REMINISCENCES AND LETTERS OF DANIEL W. SAWTELLE, EIGHTH MAINE VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Univ Tennessee Press - Edited by Peter Buckingham - 334pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrated - Maps - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $34 - Our Price - $30
Shaw, Horace H. -THE FIRST MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY, 1862-1865. A HISTORY OF ITS PART AND PLACE IN THE WAR FOR THE UNION, WITH AN OUTLINE OF CAUSES OF WAR AND ITS RESULTS TO OUR COUNTRY WITH ORGANIZATION, COMPANY, AND INDIVIDUAL RECORDS - Portland, Maine, 1903 - FINE Condition in Purple Cloth with Gilt Title on Spine (Protected in New Mylar Cover) - SCARCE in this Condition - 516 pages plus index and errata - Biographies - Numerous Portraits Accompany the Biographical Sketches - List of Casualties - The 1st Heavy Artillery was organized in Bangor, Maine in August of 1862 and fought in the Rapidan Campaign, North Anna , Cold Harbor, Petersburg and the Appomattox Campaign till the Surrender of Lee. This Regiment sustained the greatest losses in battle. 23 Officers and 400 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded; 260 died of disease, etc. Total 683 - $650
Small, Abner R. (Major 16th Maine) - THE ROAD TO RICHMOND: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF MAJOR ABNER R. SMALL OF THE 16TH MAINE VOLUNTEERS - Fordham Univ. Press - 260pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $39.95
Abner R. Small (Major 16th Maine) - THE SIXTEENTH MAINE REGIMENT IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION 1861-1865 - Union Publishing - Reprint of 1886 Original - 223pp - Printed as Volume I of a two volume history, see Cyndi Dalton's "The Blanket Brigade" - Sixteenth Maine Regiment Volume II for the companion - BRAND NEW Softcover - $12.95
(22ndMaine) Smith, Ned - THE 22ND MAINE VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - A HISTORY AND ROSTER- McFar\land Pub - ISBN# 9780786448937 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 260pp - Photos - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - This book follows the 22nd Maine Regiment from their formation through their part in General Nathaniel Banks' campaign in Louisiana and their return home for mustering out. Among other duties, the regiment took part in the fighting at Irish Bend and in the two ill-considered attacks at the Confederate bastion of Port Hudson. The book draws on first person accounts from private soldiers, a company commander, and the colonel of the regiment, in addition to official records and reports - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $33

Abbott and Ellis Spear - THE 20TH MAINE AT FREDERICKSBURG: THE CONFLICTING ACCOUNTS OF GEN JOSHUA L. CHAMBERLAIN AND GEN ELLIS SPEAR - Union Publishing - Foreword by Tom Desjardin - 104pp - Spear raised many of the units that came from Maine - he held a different view of war and held with distain the glory told in the memoirs of most veterans. He took issue with Chamberlain's "My Story of Fredericksburg" and wrote his own "My Story of Fredericksburg and Comments Thereon..." - later known as the "Comments" - A Captain during the battle, he took issue with what he saw as Chamberlain and others "...boasting or misrepresentation of their own services." - Both stories are reprinted with commentary and additional details on the 20th Maine at Fredericksburg - Photos - Maps - BRAND NEW Softcover - $13.95
Thompson Jr., Kenneth E. - CIVIL WAR MAINE HALL OF FAME: POLITICAL, JUDICIAL, AND MILITARY LEADERS 1861-1865 - Thompson Group - 167pp - Index - Illustrated - Photos - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $18.50
(1stMECav)(1stMECav) Tobie, Edward P. - HISTORY OF THE FIRST MAINE CAVALRY 1861-1865 - Boston 1887 - Scarce 1st edition - 735pp - Photos - Rosters - Illustrations - FINE Condition with Marbled Page Edges - Beautifully rebound in Half Leather with Raised Bands on Spine and Original Cavalry Seal on Front Board - dampstaining to bottom of last 100 pages or so - not affecting text - This unit suffered the highest casualty rates of any Union Cavalry regiment with 15 Officers and 159 Enlisted killed or mortally wounded with an additional 344 men dying of disease. - $595

MARYLAND


Booth, George Wilson (1st Maryland Confederate Infantry) - PERSONAL REMINISCENCES OF A MARYLAND SOLDIER IN THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES, 1861-1865 - Univ Nebraska Press - Reprint of 1898 Original - BRAND NEW Softcover - $12
Cottom Jr, Robert / Hayward, Mary Ellen - MARYLAND IN THE CIVIL WAR: A HOUSE DIVIDED - Maryland Historical Society - ISBN# 0938420518 - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 128pp - Index - Drawings - Photos - Color Illustrations - Publisher's List Price = $24.95 each - Our Price - $21.95
Robert J. Driver Jr. - 1ST AND 2ND MARYLAND CAVALRY - Rockbridge Publishing - ISBN# 1883522242 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 1st Edition - 359pp - Photos - Rosters - $34.95
Driver Jr., Robert J. - CONFEDERATE SAILORS, MARINES AND SIGNALMEN FROM VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND - Willow Bend Publishing - ISBN# 9780788442797 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 506pp - alphabetical listings of men from Virginia and Maryland who served as: Confederate Naval officers and sailors; Confederate Marine Corps officers and enlisted men; and Confederate Signal Corps officers, signalmen and telegraph operators. The amount of data included in individual entries varies greatly. In addition to the name, any combination of the following may be included: rank and division, date and/or place of birth, date and/or place of death, place of burial, occupation, residence, date and place of enlistment, date and/or place of discharge, physical description, and much more. A wealth of vintage photographs and a bibliography enhance the text. The officers and men who served in these sister services played an important role in the War Between the States. Maryland and Virginia officers serving in the United States Navy and Marine Corps, and the midshipmen attending the United States Naval Academy, resigned almost in mass and volunteered in their Confederate counterparts. Without a doubt the Confederacy received many of the brightest and best officers in the United States service. Marylander commanded the Signal Corps, and his staff was from both states. Most of the officers and men who served in the First and Second Companies, Independent Signal Corps, were from Virginia. The Secret Service fell under nominal command of Colonel Norris of the Signal Corps. However, the operatives were not regularly enrolled or paid, and they are, therefore, difficult to identify. Some were paid directly by the Confederate Treasury Department. The records of their service are sketchy, but some postwar accounts do exist. They and the telegraphers are added, but many who served in this capacity have not been identified - Publisher's List Price = $39.50 each - Our Price - $36.95
Driver Jr., Robert J. - FIRST AND SECOND MARYLAND INFANTRY, C.S.A. - Willow Bend Publishing - ISBN# 1585499013 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 581pp - Photos - Maps - Biblio - Index - Detailed Rosters - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 each - Our Price - $31.50
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
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
Jerre Garrett - MUFFLED DRUMS AND MUSTARD SPOONS - White Mane - 330pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 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
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 - Publisher's List Price = $28 - Our Price - $25
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
Hartzler, Daniel D. - MARYLANDERS IN THE CONFEDERACY - Willow Bend Books - ISBN# 0940907003 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 416pp - Roster - Index - Publisher's List Price = $32 - Our Price - $29
Reamy, Martha and Bill -HISTORY AND ROSTER OF MARYLAND VOLUNTEERS, WAR OF 1861-1865, INDEX - Heritage Books - Brand New Oversized Hardcover in Blue Cloth - 153pp - Index Only - $12.45
Ruffner, Kevin C. - MARYLAND'S BLUE AND GRAY - A BORDER STATE'S UNION AND CONFEDERATE JUNIOR OFFICER CORPS - LSU Press - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 464pp - 25 Photos - 2 Maps - 60,000 Marylanders fought for the Union - some 25,000 fought for the Confederacy - this collective biography focuses on 365 men who served as Captains and Lieutenants in the Union and Confederate armies of Virginia - Ruffner has previously written two Virginia Regimental Histories - Biblio - Index - Photos - Detailed Rosters of 365 Confederate and Union Captains and Lieutenants - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
Allan L. Tischler - THE HISTORY OF THE HARPERS FERRY CAVALRY EXPEDITION, SEPTEMBER 14 & 15, 1862 - Five Cedars Press, 1993 - 1st Edition - 345pp - Mapped Endpapers - Photos - Fold-Out Maps - Index - Biblio - Notes - Appendices - Detail of cavalry actions at Harpers Ferry between Cole's Cavalry (1st Maryland), 12th Virginia Cavalry, Loudoun Rangers, 7th Rhode Island Cavalry, 12th Illinois Cavalry, 8th New York Cavalry - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $24.95 - Our Price - $22.45
Daniel C. Toomey - THE CIVIL WAR IN MARYLAND - Toomey Press -183pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Index - Notes - Photos - Illustrations - A chronology of war in the free state with more than 280 entries and period map. A well documented reference. SIGNED by the Author - $25
Toomey, Daniel - THE MARYLAND LINE CONFEDERATE SOLDIER'S HOME AND CONFEDERATE VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS IN MARYLAND - Toomey Press -160pp - Index - Notes - Illustrations - Contains 212 biographical sketches of Confederates who resided at the home - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
Daniel C. Toomey - MARYLANDERS AT GETTYSBURG - Toomey Press - 112pp - Index - Map - Notes - Photos - BRAND NEW Softcover - SIGNED by the Author - $15
Daniel Toomey - THE PATAPSCO GUARDS: INDEPENDENT COMPANY OF MARYLAND VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Toomey Press - BRAND NEW Softcover - 30pp - Federal Unit assigned to Provost Martial duty that guarded railroads and fought against Confederates at Chambersburg the night before the city was burned - Photos - Map - SIGNED by the Author - $8
Toomey, Daniel C. And Charles Earp - MARYLANDERS IN BLUE: THE ARTILLERY AND THE CAVALRY - Toomey Press - 176pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $34.95
Daniel C. Toomey - UNION CIVIL WAR VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS IN MARYLAND - Toomey Press - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 58pp - Photos of men and their badges - SIGNED by the Author - $11.95

MASSACHUSETTS


For 28th Massachusetts, also see Irish Brigade titles at bottom
Abbott, Henry Livermore (20th Mass) - FALLEN LEAVES : THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF MAJOR HENRY LIVERMORE ABBOTT - Kent State Univ Pr - ISBN# 0873384407- BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - Edited by Robert Garth Scott - 266pp - Index - Photos - The author served with the 20th Massachusetts and died at the Battle of the Wilderness - Publisher's List Price = $20 - Our Price - $16.95
Ayling, Augustus D. - A YANKEE AT ARMS: THE DIARY OF LIEUTENANT AUGUSTUS D. AYLING, 29TH MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS - Univ Tennessee Press - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 320pp - Edited by Charles Herberger - 26 Illustrations - 5 Maps - Ayling witnessed the battle between the Monitor and Merrimac, fought in the Peninsular Campaign, Vicksburg, and Knoxville where his unit helped repel Longstreet's troops - Publisher's List Price = $36 - Our Price - $32
Baker, Levi Wood - HISTORY OF THE NINTH MASSACHUSETTS BATTERY (Bigelow's Battery) - Vanberg Publishing - Reprint of 1888 original - 261pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - New Introduction by Elliott Hoffman - Illustrations - Rosters - BRAND NEW - $37.95
John Bigelow (9th Mass Artillery) - THE CAMPAIGN OF CHANCELLORSVILLE - Morningside, Dayton - 528pp - 48 maps and plans (44 in color) - a hand-bound reprint of 1910 original - Nevins says "A masterful study-one of the very finest written on an American campaign; thoroughly documented and notably impartial." Freeman says "A model in the comprehensive treatment of a battle." - Bound in 3/4 Leather in Slip Case - *UBS#7- BRAND NEW - $250
John D. Billings (10th Mass Artillery) - HARD TACK AND COFFEE - Heritage Books - *UBS#9 - Reprint of scarce title that provides incredibly accurate insight into the camplife of the Civil War soldier - Nevins says "The best source for the army life and feelings of a Federal soldier; this delightfully written and humorously illustrated work has rightfully become a classic." - 408pp - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $31.50 - Our Price - $28
John D. Billings (10th Mass Artillery) - HARDTACK AND COFFEE - Time Life - NY 1982 (BRAND NEW) Reprint -Orig Pub 1887 - Embossed Leather Cover - Gilt Edges - 408pp - Heavily Illustrated - Nevins says of this "The best source for the army life and feelings of a Federal soldier; this delightfully written and humorously illustrated work has rightfully become a classic" - UBS #9 - $35
Billings, John D. - THE HISTORY OF THE 10TH MASSACHUSETTS BATTERY OF LIGHT ARTILLERY IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION 1862-1865 - Butternut and Blue - Reprint of 1881 title - 496pp - Maps - 26 Portraits - Roster - Index - Based on the authors diary and letter collection. Nevins says of this "Among the top dozen unit histories pertaining to the Civil War." - UBS #8 - BRAND NEW - $32.50
Stephen F. Blanding (3rd Mass Heavy Artillery) - IN THE DEFENCES OF WASHINGTON - Providence 1889 - 1st Edition - 54pp - FINE Condition - previous owner name stamped on FEPs - $125
Roland E. Bowen (15th Mass Infantry) - FROM BALL'S BLUFF TO GETTYSBURG AND BEYOND: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF PRIVATE ROLAND E. BOWEN, 15TH MASS INFANTRY, 1861-1864 - Thomas Publications, Gettysburg - Edited by Gregory A. Coco - Bowen participated in nearly every encampment and battle of the Army of the Potomac - 64 letters document his experiences with the 15th Mass - 268pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - $21.95
David Brett (9th Mass Battery) - MY DEAR WIFE: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF DAVID BRETT, UNION CANNONEER - Pioneer Press, 1964 - 1st Edition - in price clipped Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 137pp - Index - Photos - Rosters - The 9th Mass Battery fought bravely at Gettysburg in hand-to-hand combat against the 21st Mississippi and went on to fight at Mine Run, Brandy Station, Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, Petersburg and Appomattox - $35
Burton, William L. - MELTING POT SOLDIERS: THE UNION'S ETHNIC REGIMENTS - Fordham Univ. Press - 284pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - A look at the Germans, Irish, Italians and Other Immigrants Who Fought for the Union - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $32.50 - Our Price - $29
Robert Goldthwaite Carter (22nd Mass Infantry) - FOUR BROTHERS IN BLUE - Univ Oklahoma Press - 560pp - Carter was a private in the 22nd Mass - his brother Eugene served as a 1st LT and Quartermaster in the same unit - his other brothers served in the 22nd Mass Infantry and 1st Mass Heavy Artillery - their letters tell an unbroken tale of the battles of the Eastern Theater - Eicher says "...the work is a splendid source for life on the march, in camp, and in battle with the Massachusetts men - "One of the Civil War 100" classic books by Civil War Magazine - BRAND NEW Softcover - $24.95
Clapp, Henry A. - LETTERS TO THE HOME CIRCLE: THE NORTH CAROLINA SERVICE OF PVT. HENRY A. CLAPP, 1862-1863 - NC Archives - Edited by John Barden - 252pp - Illustrated - Index - Private Clapp served with the 44th Massachusetts Volunteer Militia occupying New Bern and much of Eastern North Carolina - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $28 - Our Price - $25
Cowles, Luther. - HISTORY OF THE FIFTH MASSACHUSETTS BATTERY - Butternut and Blue - 1000+ pages - Maps - Illustrations - Index - Roster - (UBS #149) - BRAND NEW Reprint of Scarce 1902 Regimental - details of action at Yorktown, Mechanicsville, Malvern Hill, Second Manassas, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Petersburg and more. This battery suffered the greatest percentage of loss in battle of any light battery in volunteer service - (APS#15) - BRAND NEW - $60
Crowninshield, Benjamin - A HISTORY OF THE 1ST REGIMENT OF MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY VOLUNTEERS - 700pp - Roster - Large Folding Map - New Introduction - Over 200 Images of Unit Members - This unit saw action in the East from 1862-1865 fighting at Gettysburg, Kelly's Ford, Brandy Station, Todd's Tavern, the Cavalry Raid on Richmond and others - A Butternut & Blue reprint (Originally printed in 1891) (APS#10) - BRAND NEW - $65
Jasper T. Darling (Private, 61st Mass Vols) - COLD FACTS: THE PEN OF COL. LEE WRITES THE INDICTMENT AGAINST THE SWORD OF GENERAL LEE - Original Blue Wraps - FINE Condition with some folds and minor wear at edges - Copy of Address given in Freeport, Illinois on May 30, 1910 at the GAR Encampment - Protesting about placement of a statue of Robert E. Lee being placed in the Capital - $65
Dean, Sgt, A. - GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC: CIVIL WAR VETERANS, DEPARTMENT OF MASSACHUSETTS, 1866-1947 - Heritage Books - ISBN# 0788421301 -BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM was created for the purpose of preserving the records of the Grand Army of the Republic, Department of Massachusetts and to offer a convenient source of the membership for historians and genealogists. The Civil War Veteran upon joining the Grand Army of the Republic registered at his local post. The post was required to forward reports to the department headquarters containing the members status. It has been estimated that over 14,000 members records can be found here on file in varying forms of print. Additional records have been located in cities and towns throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This book includes the names of over 36,000 members from these sources. The CD also includes the Sons of Veterans and the Ladies Auxiliaries, which totals over 100,000 members. The first official charter issued in Massachusetts was dated October 4, 1866 and was awarded to the William Logan Rodman post located in the city of New Bedford. There are 268 posts listed and within each post the entries are in alphabetical order by the last name and include names, rank, military unit, post #, location of the post, birth and death date and the place where either they were born or resided. This GRAPHIC IMAGE CD-ROM uses the powerful Adobe Acrobat Reader provided free on the CD for Windows and Macintosh operating systems- List Price = $25 - Our Price - $23.50
Dyer, J. Franklin / Chesson, Michael B. (Edit).- THE JOURNAL OF A CIVIL WAR SURGEON- Univ Nebraska Press - ISBN# 0803266375 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 317pp - Index - Notes - Map - Illustrations - Dyer was a surgeon in the 19th Mass Infantry and went on to become Chief Surgeon in the Second Division, II Army Corps on the Staff of Union Generals O. O. Howard, Hancock and Gibbon -List Price = $25 Our Price = $22
Eaton, William - HISTORY OF THE RICHARDSON LIGHT GUARD OF WAKEFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 1851-1901 - Wakefield, 1901 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - Bright Gilt Title on Cover and Spine - Clean and Tight Interior - 216pp plus Rosters - Photos - This copy has undated ink inscription on fep detailing killing of two unit members on May 6th, 1861 by "bug uglies" and notes they were the first unit members killed in the Civil War - $195
(Sharpshooters) Ellis Jr, Alden C. - THE MASSACHUSETTS ANDREW SHARPSHOOTERS - A CIVIL WAR HISTORY AND ROSTER- McFarland Pub - ISBN# 9780786464890 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 276pp - 76 photos, glossary, notes, bibliography, index - Named for Massachusetts governor John Albion Andrew--who prevented these two companies from joining the nationalized Berdan's sharp-shooters so that their families could continue to receive state aid--the Andrew Sharpshooters often transferred from unit to unit as the need for their unique, long-range shooting skills changed. This first chronicle of the Massachusetts Andrew Sharpshooters details their day-to-day activities and their courageous service at Seven Pines, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and numerous other Civil War battles. Thorough historical and genealogical information on every man who served in the unit completes this study of these significant but overlooked foot soldiers..- Publisher's List Price = $40 - Our Price - $37

Emilio, Captain Luis - A BRAVE BLACK REGIMENT - THE HISTORY OF THE 54TH MASSACHUSETTS 1863-1865 - Da Capo Press - Reprint of 1891 original - New introduction by Gregory Urwin - 532pp - Index - Roster 89 photos - 9 maps - James McPherson calls this the "Best Account of the 54th Massachusetts" - BRAND NEW Softcover - $20
George Fowle (39th Mass Vols) - LETTERS TO ELIZA FROM A UNION SOLDIER, 1862-1865 - Follett Pub, 1969 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - 176pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 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
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 caputred and imprisoned at Libby and Belle Isle, Goss wrote numerous books about the war - $115
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
Higginson, Henry Lee - LIFE AND LETTERS OF HENRY LEE HIGGINSON - Boston 1921 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - 557pp - Edited by Bliss Perry - Photos - Index - Higginson served in the 2nd Mass Infantry and later the 1st Massachusetts Cavalry - $75
Charles A. Humphreys (Chaplain, 2nd Mass Cavalry) - FIELD, CAMP, HOSPITAL AND PRISON IN THE CIVIL WAR, 1863-1865 - Boston 1918 - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Exceptionally Clean and Bright - Gilt Top Edge - $135
Charles A. Humphreys (Chaplain, 2nd Mass Cavalry) - FIELD, CAMP, HOSPITAL AND PRISON IN THE CIVIL WAR, 1863-1865 -Books for Libraries 1971 - Reprint of 1918 original - 428pp - Illustrated - Appendix - VERY GOOD Condition without Dust Jacket - $35
" Levinson, David / Piper, Emilie - ON THE OTHER SIDE OF GLORY - THE BERKSHIRE MEN OF THE 54TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY REGIMENT - Housatonic Heritage - ISBN #9780984549214 -BRAND NEW Softcover - 1st edition - 194pp - Maps - Photos - Illustrated - Index - Biblio - Biographical Profiles - stories of the African American men from western Massachusetts and northwestern Connecticut who chose to serve in the famous "Glory" regiment during the Civil War. The bravery of the men in their assault on Fort Wagner, South Carolina, on July 18, 1863, made it possible for tens of thousands of other African American men to join the fight to end slavery and win equality. The heroism of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry is well known. Yet these men as individuals are long forgotten. For first time, the stories of these farmers, barbers, carriage drivers, entrepreneurs, and blacksmiths are made known. Moving from the farms of the Berkshires to the battlefields of the South, On the Other Side of Glory then returns to the North to explore how the war changed African American life in western New England. The authors describe how the wartime experience and full citizenship empowered the veterans and their neighbors to form new Black neighborhoods and communities in their towns and cities, build new churches, and honor their own heroes. But the book also details the other side of glory. Their brave service and sacrifices did not bring the promised equality. The discrimination that defined African American white relations before the war persisted during the war and continued after the men came home - $24

MacNamara, Daniel G. - THE HISTORY OF THE NINTH REGIMENT MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, SECOND BRIGADE, FIRST DIVISION, FIFTH ARMY CORPS, ARMY OF THE POTOMAC JUNE 1861 - JUNE 1964 - 558pp - Reprint of Original - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $39 - Our Price - $36
MacNamara, Daniel G. - THE HISTORY OF THE NINTH REGIMENT MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, SECOND BRIGADE, FIRST DIVISION, FIFTH ARMY CORPS, ARMY OF THE POTOMAC JUNE 1861 - JUNE 1964 - 558pp - Reprint of Original - Brand New Softcover -- Publisher's List Price = $25 - Our Price - $23
(144thNY)Mann, Albert W. - HISTORY OF THE 45TH REGIMENT, MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA (The Cadet Regiment) - Wallace Spooner, Boston 1908 - VERY FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Bright Spine and Boards with 18th Army Corps Emblem on Cover - Photos - Rosters - Name/Address list from 1908 - Details actions of the regiment in North Carolina during the war - Previous owner bookplate inside front board - $295

Mann, Thomas H. - FIGHTING WITH THE EIGHTEENTH MASSACHUSETTS: THE CIVIL WAR MEMOIR OF THOMAS H. MANN - LSU Press -288pp - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
McLean, James - CALIFORNIA SABERS: THE 2ND MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Indiana University Press - The California Battalion and Hundred were a group of 500 Californians who fought as part of the 2nd Mass Cavalry against Mosby and at other places in the East - 448pp - Photos - Maps - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $31.50
Nason, George W. - HISTORY AND COMPLETE ROSTER OF THE MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENTS: MINUTE MEN OF '61 - VT Civil War Enterprises -BRAND NEW Hardcover Reprint of 1910 Original - In Blue Buckram - 413pp plus Index - Photos - Publisher's List Price = $49.50 - Our Price - $45
Frederick M. Osborne (23rd Mass) - PRIVATE OSBORNE, MASSACHUSETTS 23 VOLUNTEERS: BURNSIDE EXPEDITION, ROANOKE ISLAND, SECOND FRONT AGAINST RICHMOND - McFarland Publishing - 296pp - Library Binding - Biblio - Index - Maps - Photos - Osborne joined the 23rd Massachusetts at age 15 to fight in the 1st Union amphibious assault and wrote some 52 letters detailing battles and experiences with the 23rd Massachussetts Infantry - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $32.50 - Our Price - $29
General Francis Palfrey (20th Mass) - THE ANTIETAM AND FREDERICKSBURG - DaCapo Press - New introduction by Stephen Sears - 244pp - 4 maps - Softcover - BRAND NEW - $13.95
Parker, John L. - HENRY WILSON'S REGIMENT (22ND MASS) - THE 2ND COMPANY SHARPSHOOTERS AND THE 3RD LIGHT BATTERY - Butternut and Blue - 700pp - Illustrated - New Introduction - Roster - Index - Originally published in 1887 - The 22nd Mass was raised through the efforts of Senator Henry Wilson. It met its first trial by fire at Yorktown. Later the regiment suffered tremendous casualties at Gaines' Mill. This regiment, part of the 5th Corps, was engaged at Malvern Hill, Shepherdstown, Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville. At Gettysburg, the 22nd Mass and the 2nd Company Mass Sharpshooters, were engaged in the wheatfield, near the Rose woods. In 1864 the regiment served at Spotsylvania and the Wilderness, losing a large portion of its rank and file. Due to its heavy losses throughout the war, this regiment earned the distinction of being one of Fox's "Fighting 300" Union regiments - Includes information on 2nd Company Mass Sharpshooters - APS #17 - UBS #147 - BRAND NEW - $45
Parson, Thomas E. - BEAR FLAG AND BAY STATE IN THE CIVIL WAR : THE CALIFORNIANS OF THE SECOND MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY- McFarland Pub - ISBN# 0786411228 - BRAND NEW Laminated Softcover - 220pp - Index - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Photos - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $37.95.95
REGISTER OF THE COMMANDERY OF THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS - NOVEMBER 1, 1912 - Cambridge 1912 - 1st Edition - 522pp - Listing of Military Order of the Loyal Legion for Massachusetts - FINE Condition - in Bright Blue Boards with Gilt Top Edge - Biographies of Officers of Army, Navy and Marine Corps who served in the Civil War for the state of Massachusetts - $125
(Glorious) Root, Edwin R. / Jeffrey Stocker - ISN'T THIS GLORIOUS - THE 15TH, 19TH, AND 20TH MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY REGIMENTS AT GETTYSBURG'S COPSE OF TREES -Moon Trail Books - ISBN # 0977314006 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Jacket - 336pp - Photos - Notes - Biblio - Includes 9 Detailed Fold-Out Maps - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $32.95

William Schouler - A HISTORY OF MASSACHUSETTS IN THE CIVIL WAR - Digital Scanning - Softcover Reprint - 688pp - BRAND NEW -- Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Stearns, Amos (25th Mass Infantry) - THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF AMOS E. STEARNS, A PRISONER AT ANDERSONVILLE - Fairleigh Dickinson Univ - 1981 - 1st Edition in Dust Jacket - FINE Condition - 127pp - Biblio - Index - Photos - $30
(Richardson) Stentiford, Barry M. - THE RICHARDSON LIGHT GUARD OF WAKEFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS - A TOWN MILITIA IN WAR AND PEACE, 1851-1975 - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786473489 - Brand New Laminated Softcover - 213pp - 44 photos, notes, bibliography, index - This book traces the history of the Richardson Light Guard of Wakefield, Massachusetts, from its origins in 1851 until its end in 1975. What had been an institution of community members and local elites passed to town, then state, and finally federal government. During the same period, Wakefield evolved from an agrarian town to a manufacturing town and finally to a bedroom suburb, ending the practice of a handful of local elites ruling the town unchallenged. Though the rise of the National Guard was generally positive, for some militia companies, inclusion in the National Guard weakened vital bonds with their communities. In the 19th century, the Richardson Light Guard thrived under generous patrons, a supportive town, and a relatively wealthy state government. After becoming part of the National Guard in 1916, the links with its home community steadily weakened, finally breaking during World War II. After the war, the National Guard company had few links to Wakefield and was reorganized out of existence in 1975 - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $36.95

Stephens, George E. (54th Mass) - A VOICE OF THUNDER: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF GEORGE E. STEPHENS - Univ Illinois Press - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - 350pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Index - Photos - Illustrations - $35
Stevens, Charles A.- BERDAN'S UNITED STATES SHARPSHOOTERS IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - Morningside, Dayton - BRAND NEW Hardcover issued without jacket - 597pp - Illustrations - Rosters - Originally published in 1892 - Nevins calls this "A superb regimental history of one of the North's most famous commands; a professional journalist, Stevens captured drama, color, and excitement." - This regiment was composed of companies from Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont and Wisconsin - $45
Trudeau, Noah - VOICES OF THE 55TH: LETTERS FROM THE 55TH MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS 1861-1865 - Morningside Press - 290pp - Photos - Maps - Index - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Mason Whiting Tyler (37th Massachusetts) - RECOLLECTIONS OF THE CIVIL WAR, WITH MANY ORIGINAL DIARY ENTRIES AND LETTERS WRITTEN FROM THE SEAT OF WAR AND WITH ANNOTATED REFERENCES - Putnam's Sons, 1912 - 379pp - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - by Late Lieutenant Colonel and Brevet-colonel, 37th Reg't Massachusetts Volunteers, whose service led him across Maryland, most of Northern Virginia and around Richmond and Petersburg. Includes account of War in Virginia, including Letters, Diary Excerpts, and a narrative by the Editor, his son, William S. Tyler - Index - Maps -Illustrations - *UBS #241 - $135
Weber, Nancy O. - MY UNKNOWN SOLDIER: A HISTORY OF THE 4TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY REGIMENT IN THE CIVIL WAR -188pp - Brand New Softcover - Rosters - Maps - Photos - Index - Biblio - AVAILABLE SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR - $11.95
Welsh, Peter (28th Massachusetts Infantry) - IRISH GREEN AND UNION BLUE: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF PETER WELSH COLOR SERGEANT 28TH REGIMENT MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS - Fordham Univ. Press - 170 pp - Photos - Index - Map - Illustrated - Welsh was an Irish immigrant with strong religious beliefs and a belief that the cause for union was just - he was wonded at Spotsylvania and later died in the military hospital in Washington - BRAND NEW hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $27.50 - Our Price - $24
Warren Wilkinson - MOTHER, MAY YOU NEVER SEE THE SIGHTS I HAVE SEEN - THE 57TH MASSACHUSETTS VETERAN VOLUNTEERS IN THE LAST YEAR OF THE CIVIL WAR - Harper & Row, NY 1990 - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - $45
Willsey, Berea M. (10th Mass Infantry) - THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF BEREA M. WILLSEY - Heritage Books - CD Rom - Includes Adobe Acrobat Reader Program for viewing PDF files - Full accounts of every 10th Mass soldier mentioned in the diary Full Name Index - $15

MICHIGAN


William Anderson - THEY DIED TO MAKE MEN FREE - THE 19TH MICHIGAN INFANTRY - Morningside, Dayton - Revised edition with new material - 397pp - maps - photos - $30 (BRAND NEW)
Avery, Henry (5th Michigan Cavalry) - UNDER CUSTER'S COMMAND: THE CIVIL WAR JOURNAL OF JAMES HENRY AVERY Brassey's - 224pp - Photos - Maps - Index - Edited by Eric Wittenberg - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Bertera, Martin - THE 4TH MICHIGAN INFANTRY AT THE BATTLE OF NEW BRIDGE, VIRGINIA- TillieAgnes Press - ISBN# 0890293287 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 112pp - Index - Rosters - Maps - Photos - SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR - $20
Crawford, Kim - THE 16TH MICHIGAN INFANTRY - VINCENT'S BRIGADE, GRIFFIN'S DIVISION, FIFTH CORPS - Morningside Press - 675pp - Photos - Maps - Index - BRAND NEW Hardover in Dust jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - $45
Daniel G. Crotty (Color Sergeant, 3rd Michigan) - FOUR YEARS CAMPAIGNING IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - Belle Grove, 1995 - Reprint of 1874 Original - 215pp - Index - Photos - Crossy served in both the 3rd and 5th Michigan Infantry from Bull Run to Appomattox. Excellent first person accounts of Williamsburg, Seven Days, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness and other battles - BRAND NEW - $23
Charles L. Cummings (28th Michigan Infantry) - THE GREAT WAR RELIC, TOGETHER WITH A SKETCH OF MY LIFE, SERVICE IN THE ARMY, AND HOW I LOST MY FEET SINCE THE WAR... - Detroit Book Press - 48pp - Reprint of 1880's original in stamped wraps -BRAND NEW - $7.50
Genco, James G. - 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 - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Rosters - Photos - This is the first documented account of Battery "D", 1st Michigan Light Artillery - BRAND NEW - $20
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 - $30
Herek, Raymond J. - THESE MEN HAVE SEEN HARD SERVICE : THE FIRST MICHIGAN SHARPSHOOTERS IN THE CIVIL WAR - Wayne State Univ - ISBN# 0814326722 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 561pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Rosters - Photos - Maps - this book examines the lives of the 1300 men of the First Michigan Sharpshooters for the first time, beginning with the regiment's inception and extending through post-war activities until the death of the last rifleman in 1946. Beyond presenting numerous anecdotes about the men and officers and their contributions during the war, Raymond Herek provides insight into the medical community of the time, the draft, other commands in the same division, the politics endemic in raising a regiment, and Michigan's Native American contingent. The extensive appendices will be of particular use to genealogists, Civil War enthusiasts, and historians, because they list the men in the regiment, and also battle and camp casualties. - $29.95
(Mechanics) Hoffman, Mark - MY BRAVE MECHANICS : THE FIRST MICHIGAN ENGINEERS AND THEIR CIVIL WAR -Wayne State Univ - ISBN# 0814332927 BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 470pp - Photos - Maps - Index - Biblio - Notes - - Publisher's List Price = $44.95 - Our Price - $39.95

Asa Isham (7th Mich Cavalry)- SEVENTH MICHIGAN CAVALRY OF CUSTER'S WOLVERINE BRIGADE - Blue Acorn Press - 203pp - 62 Photographic and Engraved Images - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Reprint of rare 1893 Original with four new appendices, photo gallery of 29 wartime portraits and a new index - BRAND NEW Hardcover -
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Jerry Keenan - WILSON'S CAVALRY CORPS (4th Michigan Cavalry) - McFarland Publishing 1998 - 280pp - Brand New Hardcover in Library Binding - 1st Edition - Biblio - Notes - Maps - Index - Key to the Confederate losses at Franklin and Nashville, Wilson's Cavalry thwarted Hood's 1864 invasion of middle Tennessee and later moved south to capture Selma, Montgomery, and Columbus Georgia - the 1st complete history of this unit - $145
(Wilsons Cavalry) Jerry Keenan - WILSON'S CAVALRY CORPS (4th Michigan Cavalry) - McFarland Publishing 1998 - 271pp - Brand New Laminated Softcover - 25 photos - Biblio - Notes - Maps - Index - Key to the Confederate losses at Franklin and Nashville, Wilson's Cavalry thwarted Hood's 1864 invasion of middle Tennessee and later moved south to capture Selma, Montgomery, and Columbus Georgia - the 1st complete history of this unit - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $32.95

Lavery, Dennis S. / Jordan, Mark H. - IRON BRIGADE GENERAL : JOHN GIBBON, A REBEL IN BLUE (CONTRIBUTIONS IN MILITARY STUDIES, NO 138) - Praeger (Greenwood) - ISBN# 0313285764 - BRAND NEW Laminated Hardcover - Now once again available - In Green Boards - This is a Print on Demand title and shipped direct from publisher - please allow approx 3 weeks for delivery - $52.95
Lee, William O. - PERSONAL AND HISTORICAL SKETCHES AND FACIAL HISTORY OF AND BY MEMBERS OF THE SEVENTH REGIMENT MICHIGAN VOLUNTEER CAVALRY, 1862-1865 - Detroit Book Press - Reprint of 1902 original - 313pp - Illustrations - Index - Photos - Rosters - BRAND NEW - Personal descriptions of battle and service with the 7th Michigan by 60 of the surviving members of Custer's Cavalry Brigade - $25
John McCline (13th Michigan) - SLAVERY IN THE CLOVER BOTTOMS: JOHN MCCLINE'S NARRATIVE OF HIS LIFE DURING SLAVERY AND THE CIVIL WAR - Univ Tennessee Press -192pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrated - McCline ran away in 1862, at age 10, with the 13th Michigan Infantry where he served as a teamster and officer's servant through the battles of Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Lookout Mountain and Sherman's March - BRAND NEW - $30
MICHIGAN AT GETTYSBURG - PROCEEDINGS OF THE MONUMENT DEDICATIONS IN 1889 AND FINAL REPORT OF THE STATE'S GETTYSBURG MONUMENT COMMISSION - Longstreet House - BRAND NEW Hardcover issued without jacket - Reprint of 1889 original -173pp - Illustrations - Photos - Battle Maps - Index - $27.95
Ovies, Adolfo - CROSSED SABERS : GENERAL GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER AND THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY CAMPAIGN - Author House - ISBN# 1418481408 - BRAND NEW Hardcover (All books in a Dust Jacket are Protected in a New Brodart Cover)- 341pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - A well researched book on the cavalry action in the Shenandoah - This is a Print on demand title - please allow 2-3 weeks - $30.25 (Available in Softcover - $20.75)
John H. Pardington (24th Michigan Infantry) - DEAR SARAH: LETTERS HOME FROM A SOLDIER OF THE IRON BRIGADE - Indiana University Press - Edited by Coralou Lassen - Pardington was a Corporal in the 24th Michigan. His letters cover September 1862 through June 1863 - he was killed at Gettysburg - his letters are poignant and tell of his love for his wife and battles of Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and others - Photos - Maps - Illustrations - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $24.95 - Our Price - $22.45
John Robertson - MICHIGAN IN THE WAR - HBAR - 1 Volume CD ROM - From the 1880 Original compiled by Robertson - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 each - Our Price - $37.95
Robert H. Steinbach - A LONG MARCH - The Lives of Frank and Alice Baldwin - Univ of Texas - Austin 1989 - Baldwin served with the 19th Michigan, he was captured and imprisoned at Libby Prison in Richmond (BRAND NEW) - 1st/DJ - $25
Thatcher, Marshall C. (2nd Michigan Cavalry) - A HUNDRED BATTLES IN THE WEST: ST. LOUIS TO ATLANTA, 1861-1865. THE SECOND MICHIGAN CAVALRY, WITH THE ARMIES OF THE MISSISSIPPI, OHIO, KENTUCKY AND CUMBERLAND - Detroit Book Press - 416pp - Reprint of 1884 original - Maps - Illustrations - Rosters - Nevins says of this "Reliable and readable memoirs of participation in most of the principal cavalry campaigns of the West - BRAND NEW - $25
Welcher, Frank J.- COBURN'S BRIGADE: 85TH INDIANA, 33RD INDIANA, 19TH MICHIGAN AND 22ND WISCONSIN IN THE CIVIL WAR - Guild Press - 462pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrated - Index - Photos - Maps - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $29.95
Gen. Alpheus S. Williams - FROM THE CANNON'S MOUTH: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF GENERAL ALPHEUS S. WILLIAMS - Univ Nebraska Press, 413pp, Illustrations, Map. First appointed Brigadier of State Troops in Michigan, Old Pap and his famous beard mustered out in 1866. This title provides detailed accounts of Antietam, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg - One of Civil War Magazine's 100 Best Civil War Books - BRAND NEW Softcover - $15.00

MINNESOTA


William Bircher (2nd Minnesota) - A DRUMMER-BOY'S DIARY, COMPRISING FOUR YEARS OF SERVICE WITH THE SECOND REGIMENT MINNESOTA VETERAN VOLUNTEERS, 1861 TO 1865 - North Star - Reprint of 1889 Original - Edited by Newell L. Chester - BRAND NEW Softcover - SIGNED by the editor at no extra charge! - $14.95
Bishop, Judson W. (Colonel, 2nd Minnesota) - THE STORY OF A REGIMENT: BEING A NARRATIVE OF THE SERVICE OF THE SECOND REGIMENT MINNESOTA VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR OF 1861 TO 1865 - North Star - 258pp - Index - Photos - Maps - Rosters - Reprint of 1890 Original - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Edited by Newell L. Chester (SIGNED by Editor at no charge) - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Carley, Kenneth - MINNESOTA IN THE CIVIL WAR - Minnesota Historical Society - 208pp - Photos - Color Illustrations - Maps - Chronology - Regimental Histories - Index - Foreword by Richard Moe - Oversize BRAND NEW Hardcover - $49.95
(10th Minnesota) Eggleston, Michael A. - THE TENTH MINNESOTA VOLUNTEERS, 1862-1865 - A HISTORY OF ACTION IN THE SIOUX UPRISING AND THE CIVIL WAR, WITH A REGIMENTAL ROSTER- McFarland Pub - ISBN# 9780786465934 -BRAND NEW Laminated Full-Sized Softcover - 238pp - 61 photos, 4 maps, appendices, notes, bibliography, index - Detailed Rosters with notes about Discharge, Injury, Desertion, Promotion, etc. - The Civil War experience of the 10th Minnesota Volunteer Regiment resembles that of few other regiments. On the day the 10th Minnesota first mustered at Fort Snelling in August 1862, the Sioux Indian War broke out in western Minnesota. Soldiers who signed up to fight the Confederacy instead found themselves marching to defend the frontier and spending a year fighting two campaigns against the Sioux. When the 10th finally deployed south to fight the Confederate Army, it engaged in a series of skirmishes in the West, including battles at Tupelo and Nashville, and suffered many casualties. This chronicle merges the individual experiences of Union soldiers, Native Americans, and Confederates to offer a compelling, panoramic portrait of the 10th Minnesota during the Sioux Uprising and the Civil War, revealing the unwavering resolve of this remarkable regiment - Publisher's List Price = $40 - Our Price - $33.45

Leehan, Brian - PALE HORSE AT PLUM RUN: THE FIRST MINNESOTA AT GETTYSBURG - Minnesota Historical Society Press - When the smoke cleared at Gettysburg, the 1st Minnesota had nearly 70 percent of its men dead or dying on the field - 265pp - Photos - Maps - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $26.95
Richard Moe - THE LAST FULL MEASURE: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF THE FIRST MINNESOTA VOLUNTEERS - Henry Holt - N.Y. 1993 - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 345pp - Index - Photos - Biblio - 1st Minnesota Volunteers - $40
Richard Moe - THE LAST FULL MEASURE: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF THE FIRST MINNESOTA VOLUNTEERS - Minnesota Historical Society - Reprint - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 368pp - Index - Photos - Biblio - Maps - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $32.95
Richard Moe - THE LAST FULL MEASURE: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF THE FIRST MINNESOTA VOLUNTEERS - Minnesota Historical Society - Reprint - 368pp - Index - Photos - Biblio - Maps - BRAND NEW Softcover - $17.95
Wright, James A.- NO MORE GALLANT A DEED: A CIVIL WAR MEMOIR OF THE FIRST MINNESOTA VOLUNTEERS - Minnesota Historical Society - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Jacket - 466pp - Index - Photos - Biblio - Map - Edited by Steven J. Keillor - $34.95

MISSISSIPPI


William Pitt Chambers - BLOOD AND SACRIFICE: THE CIVIL WAR JOURNAL OF A CONFEDERATE SOLDIER (46th Mississippi Infantry) - Blue Acorn Press -BRAND NEW Softcover - The author served in the 46th Mississippi Infantry, rising to become a Sergeant Major - He fought at Vicksburg, Port Gibson, Dallas, Kennesaw Mountain, Atlanta, Allatoona, Franklin and Fort Blakely - Edited by Rick Baumgartner - 288pp - 26 Photos - Maps and Engravings - Appendices - Biblio - Index - Publisher's List Price = $18.95 - Our Price - $18.50
Larry J. Daniel and Lynn Bock - ISLAND NO. 10: STRUGGLE FOR THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY - Univ Alabama Press - 248pp - BRAND NEW Softcover - $24.95
Dunlop, W. S. (Major, C.S.A.) - LEE'S SHARPSHOOTERS; OR FOREFRONT OF BATTLE - A STORY OF SOUTHERN VALOR THAT NEVER HAS BEEN TOLD - Morningside Press - Reprint of Scarce 1899 Original - 499pp - Index - Dunlop commanded the sharpshooter battalion that served with and was part of Gregg and McGowan's North Carolina Brigade - the book also contains an appendix of 120pp containing the Story of the Mississippi Sharpshooters by Captain R. F. Ward - of Davis' Mississippi Brigade, relating that unit's experiences at Spotsylvania and the Wilderness - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $50
Dunlop, W. S. (Major, C.S.A.) - LEE'S SHARPSHOOTERS; OR FOREFRONT OF BATTLE - A STORY OF SOUTHERN VALOR THAT NEVER HAS BEEN TOLD - Digital Scanning - Reprint of Scarce 1899 Original - 488pp - Dunlop commanded the sharpshooter battalion that served with and was part of Gregg and McGowan's North Carolina Brigade - the book also contains an appendix of 120pp containing the Story of the Mississippi Sharpshooters by Captain R. F. Ward - of Davis' Mississippi Brigade, relating that unit's experiences at Spotsylvania and the Wilderness - BRAND NEW Softcover - $24.95
Donald A. Hopkins - HORSEMEN OF THE JEFF DAVIS LEGION - White Mane -171pp - The expanded roster of the Jeff Davis Legion Cavalry - Companion to THE LITTLE JEFF - Illustrated - Bibliography - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $25 - Our Price - $22.50
Donald A. Hopkins - THE LITTLE JEFF: THE JEFF DAVIS LEGION CAVALRY, ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA - White Mane -339pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrations - Bibliography - Index - Maps - Originally the 2nd Mississippi Cavalry - the only Mississippi Cavalry to fight with the Army of Northern Virginia - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $40 - Our Price - $36
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
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
David Holt (Private, 16th Miss) - A MISSISSIPPI REBEL IN THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA - THE CIVIL WAR MEMOIRS OF PRIVATE DAVID HOLT - LSU Press - Thomas Cockrell and Michael Ballard (Editors)- Details the 16th Mississippi Infantry which fought at Gettysburg, Chancellorsville, the Shenandoah and other places - Holt saw action in most major battles and his descriptions are among the most graphic, dramatic, and poignant written by any soldier - 354pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos - Map - Index - Biblio - Footnotes - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
Thomas P. Williams - THE MISSISSIPPI BRIGADE OF BRIG GEN JOSEPH R. DAVIS - Morningside - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 291pp - Index - Rosters - Photos - Commanded by the Nephew of Jefferson Davis, this brigade was almost annihilated at Gettysburg, these men went on to fight until Appomattox and were the smallest brigade to surrender - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $34.95
Williamson, David - THE THIRD BATTALION MISSISSIPPI INFANTRY AND THE 45TH MISSISSIPPI REGIMENT : A CIVIL WAR HISTORY - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786443444 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 445pp - Notes - Index - Biblio - Photos - Expanded Rosters - Maps - This is the story of the soldiers of Hardcastle's 3rd Battalion Mississippi Infantry from enlistment to the end of the war. It includes their mid-war incarnation as the 45th Mississippi Regiment and the role they played in Cleburne's fabled division during almost every major engagement of the Army of Tennessee. Told as much as possible from the point of view of the private soldier, the book attempts to understand not only the causes of the Civil War, but the social and political factors that motivated the original volunteers to join and continue fighting to the end. The battles are iscussed and analyzed in their strategic context with emphasis on the battalion's role in the outcome, including the specific Federal units they fought against and first person accounts from both sides about what happened. Twenty battles and skirmishes are covered in detail, highlighted by excerpts from personal diaries. Appendices include an annotated roster, the diary of Lieutenant Samuel Asbury, the story of Captain John Sloan, and the stories of the 3rd Mississippi Battalion's battle flag and the flag of the Duncan Riflemen. An extensive bibliography completes the work. - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $37
Wynne, Ben - A HARD TRIP : A HISTORY OF THE 15TH MISSISSIPPI INFANTRY, CSA - Mercer Univ Press - ISBN# 0865548064 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 252pp - Index - Biblio - Illustrated - Publisher's List - $35 - Our Price - $31.50

MISSOURI


Leslie Anders - THE TWENTY-FIRST MISSOURI: FROM HOME GUARD TO UNION REGIMENT - Greenwood Press, 1975 - 1st Edition - Issued without jacket - FINE Condition - Photos - Maps - Index - This unit fought at Shiloh, Corinth, Iuka, Red River, Pleasant Hill, Nashville, Mobile and other places in Alabama - $55
Anderson, Ephraim McDowell - MEMOIRS: HISTORICAL AND PERSONAL - INCLUDING THE CAMPAIGNS OF THE FIRST MISSOURI CONFEDERATE BRIGADE - Applewood Books - ISBN# 9781429015073 - BRAND NEW Softcover - Reprint of 1868 Original - 436pp - Appendix - with Illustrations - Nevins calls this: "One of the better Confederate narratives; written by an upper-class Southerner and strongly revealing for social conditions in the Confederacy" - Publisher's List Price = $27.95 - Our Price - $23.99
Bailey, George W. (6th Missouri Infantry) - A PRIVATE CHAPTER OF THE WAR - St Louis 1880 - 1st Edition - NEAR FINE Condition - Previous owner name on FEP with date 5 March 1881 - Bailey had served with the 6th Connecticut Infantry in South Carolina and subsequently transferred to the 6th Missouri as a First Lieutenant and serving as Aide de Camp for the 15th Army Corps - Details his capture near Atlanta and subsequent escape with details of observations behind Confederate lines - $195
Baldwin, Margaret & Pat O'Brien - WANTED! FRANK AND JESSE JAMES - THE REAL STORY - Two Trails Publishing - 191pp - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Softcover - $18.95
Banisik, Michael E. - CAVALIERS OF THE BRUSH: QUANTRILL AND HIS MEN - Camp Pope Bookshop - ISBN# 1929919042 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 242pp - Index - Biblio - Rosters - Illustrations - $17.95
Bartels, Carolyn - THE BATTLE OF PILOT KNOB 1864: AN EYE-WITNESS ACCOUNT - Two Trails Publishing - 37pp - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $8.95 - Our Price - $8
Bartels, Carolyn - THE BRAVEST OF THE BRAVE: PINDALL'S SHARPSHOOTERS: THE 9TH MISSOURI BATTALION OF SHARPSHOOTERS C.S.A. - Two Trails Publishing -106pp - Historical narrative and roster - Pindall's Sharpshooters were part of Parson's Brigade, fought at Prairie Grove, Helena, Little Rock, Pleasant Hill - BRAND NEW Softcover - $13.95
Bartels, Carolyn - CIVIL WAR STORIES OF MISSOURI - Two Trails Publishing - 328pp - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $14.95 - Our Price - $13.50
Bartels, Carolyn - THE FORGOTTEN MEN: THE MISSOURI STATE GUARD - Two Trails, 1995 - 406pp - Oversize BRAND NEW Softcover - $32.95
Bartels, Carolyn - THE LAST LONG MILE: WESTPORT TO ARKANSAS OCTOBER 1864 - Two Trails Publishing - 186pp - Index - Maps - Illustrations - A hard look at Sterling Price's Expedition - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $14.95 - Our Price - $13.50
Bartels, Carolyn - THE MAN WHO WOULDN'T SURRENDER; EVEN IN DEATH - GENERAL JO SHELBY - Two Trails Publishing - 82pp - Illustrated - Brand New Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $8.95 - Our Price - $8
Bartels, Carolyn - STAND WATIE AND THE FIRST CHEROKEE REGIMENT 1861-1865 - Two Trails Publishing - 118pp - Illustrated - The story of the Indians who fought against the Union in Kansas, Arkansas and Missouri - BRAND NEW Softcover - $45
Bartels, Carolyn - TRANS-MISSISSIPPI: MEN AT WAR - Vol 1 - Two Trails - 300pp - Fully Index and referenced - the definitive work on Missouri Confederates - other volumes to follow - Oversized BRAND NEW - Hardcover $42.95/Softcover $32.95
(11thMO) Dennis W. Belcher - THE 11TH MISSOURI VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - A HISTORY AND ROSTER- McFarland Pub - ISBN# 9780786448821 - BRAND NEW Laminated Softcover - 348pp - 91 photos, 14 maps, appendices, notes, bibliography, index - The 11th Missouri Infantry distinguished itself as just the type of regiment the Union needed in the Civil War. Hard as nails and loyal to a fault, the men of the "Eagle Brigade" would follow their commanders "into hell if they ordered." They battled two Confederate regiments at Iuka, turned the tide at Battery Robinett at Corinth, assaulted the impossible Stockade Redan at Vicksburg as whole ranks of soldiers were cut down, and broke Hood's line at Nashville. Although the 11th Missouri ranks among the 300 top regiments of the Civil War, little of its history has been formally recorded. This study provides a detailed account of the regiment's four-and-a-half years of outstanding service and a roster - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $35

R. S. Bevier - HISTORY OF THE FIRST AND SECOND MISSOURI CONFEDERATE BRIGADES - Two Trails, 1997 - Reprint of scarce 1876 original - 520pp - Illustrated - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover issued without jacket - Publisher's List Price = $36.95 - Our Price - $33
R. S. Bevier - HISTORY OF THE FIRST AND SECOND MISSOURI CONFEDERATE BRIGADES - Two Trails, 1997 - Reprint of scarce 1876 original - 520pp - Illustrated - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $26.95 - Our Price - $24.50
William J. And John P. Bull - MISSOURI BROTHERS IN GRAY - Camp Pope Bookshop - Edited by Michael Banasik - These two brothers served in the 3rd Battery of Missouri Artillery with John later becoming an officer in MacDonald's Missouri Cavalry and later Newton's 5th Arkansas Cavalry. William's reminiscence, written in 1906, and now published here, along with letters of the two brothers provides first-hand accounts of the Civil War in the West. - 192pp - Maps - Appendices - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $12.95
Burns, William S.(Captain, Co. I) - RECOLLECTIONS OF THE FOURTH MISSOURI CAVALRY USA - 162pp - index - photos - a Morningside reprint - Brand New Hardcover - $20
Albert Castel - GENERAL STERLING PRICE AND THE CIVIL WAR IN THE WEST - LSU Press - 300pp -illustrated - C.S.A. General Pap Price had been a legislator, lawyer, Missouri farmer, Congressman and Brigadeer General in the Mexican War. As Governor of Missouri, he joined the Confederacy and fought alongside Ben McCullough of the Texas Rangers - he fought at Iuka, Corinth, Helena and the Red River - Softcover - BRAND NEW - $14.95
Dewolf, Charles Wesley (7th Missouri Cavalry, U.S.A.) - THE SPENDORS AND HORRORS OF A BATTLEFIELD - A YANKEE CAVALRYMAN, C. W. DEWOLF, VIEWS THE BATTLE OF PRAIRIE GROVE AND AFTERWARDS - Two Trails Publishing - 158pp - Index - Biographical Sketches - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $14.95 - Our Price - $13.50
Duncan, Charles V., Jr. - JOHN T. HUGHES, FROM HIS PEN - Two Trails Publishing -BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 122pp - Illustrated - Maps - Biblio - Biography of Mexican War veteran (author of Doniphan's Expedition) and Confederate officer from Missouri. Commanded 1st Regiment, 4th (Slack's) Division, MSG at Wilson's Creek, Siege of Lexington, and Pea Ridge. Was sent to Missouri from Mississippi by Gen. Hindman to recruit fresh troops and died leading an attack on Independence, MO, Aug. 11, 1862 - Publisher's List Price = $14.95 - Our Price - $13.50
Dunlap, Robert C. - AS THE MOCKINGBIRD SANG: CIVIL WAR DIARY OF PVT ROBERT CALDWELL DUNLAP, CSA - St Joseph Museum - ISBN# 0972535357 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Dust Jacket Protector) - Edited and Resrarched by Suzanne Lehr - Dunlap served in the Missouri State Guard as part of the Landis Artillery Battery - 166pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Photos - Includes reproduction of original diary - $19.99
Eakin, Joanne Chiles - BATTLE AT BLACKWATER RIVER - Two Trails Pub - 34pp - Rosters - Maps - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $5.50 - Our Price - $5
Eakin, Joanne Chiles - BATTLE OF INDEPENDENCE - AUGUST 11, 1862 - Two Trails Pub - 186pp - Index - Rosters - Photos - Maps - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $13.95 - Our Price - $12.50
Eakin, Joanne Chiles - THE BATTLE OF LEXINGTON: FROM CONFEDERATE FIELD REPORTS INCLUDING SOME NEWSPAPER ARTICLES ON THE BATTLE AT LEXINGTON, MISSOURI ON SEPTEMBER 12-20, 1861 - Two Trails Pub - 25pp - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $7 - Our Price - $6
Eakin, Joanne Chiles - CAMP JACKSON and THE SAINT LOUIS LEGION - Two Trails Publishing - 2 Titles in one volume - Camp Jackson, a history of the Missouri Volunteer Militia of Saint Louis was written in longhand by M. Hopewell, M.C. in 1861 - The Saint Louis Legion is a compilation of notes from the Adjutant General's office by Orval Handerson - These have both been compiled by Joanne Eakin with an Index - 41pp - Oversized Softcover - $9
Eakin, Joanne Chiles - A CIVIL WAR GUERRILLA GOES ON TRIAL: THE CASE OF G. BYRON JONES IN 1864 - Two Trails Publishing - 36pp - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $5.50 - Our Price - $5
Eakin, Joanne Chiles - CIVIL WAR MILITARY PRISONERS SENT TO MISSOURI STATE PENITENTIARY - Two Trails Publishing - 39pp - Rosters - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $5.50 - Our Price - $5
Eakin, Joanne Chiles - CIVIL WAR UNION MILITARY POST RETURNS FROM MISSOURI - Two Trails Pub - 102pp - Index - Rosters - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $15 - Our Price - $13.50
Joanne Chiles Eakin - THE LITTLE GODS: UNION PROVOST MARSHALS IN MISSOURI - Two Trails Publishing - 2 Volumes in 1 - Vol I (Southeast Missouri) 102pp - Index - Vol II (Central and Western Missouri) 118pp - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $18.95
Eakin, Joanne Chiles - MISSOURI CONFEDERATE REPORTS: NARRATIVE REPORTS OF CASUALTIES AFTER THE BATTLES OF CAPE GIRARDEAU, CARTHAGE, HARTVILLE, LEXINGTON, MARMADUKE'S EXPEDITION IN 1862-3, PRICE'S EXPEDITION IN 1864, NEWTONIA & WILSON'S CREEK - Two Trails Pub - 80pp - Index - Maps - Rosters - Brand New Oversized Softcover - $20
Eakin, Joanne Chiles - MISSOURI PRISONERS OF WAR - Two Trails Pub 1995 - A complete listing of citizens, Confederates, bushwhackers and guerrillas kept at Gratiot Street and Myrtle Street Prisons in St. Louis and Alton Prison in Alton, Illinois - Brand New Oversized Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $25 - Our Price - $22.50
Eakin, Joanne Chiles - TEARS AND TURMOIL: ORDER NUMBER 11 - Two Trails Publishing - 110pp - Index - Illustrated - Details life on the Western Missouri border, guerrilla warfare and the effects of Union Order #1 which forced people from their farms and homes - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $12.95 - Our Price - $11
Eakin, Joanne Chiles - QUANTRILL'S COMPANY AND LIST OF MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS - Two Trails Publishing - 36pp - Rosters - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $6 - Our Price - $5
Eakin, Joanne Chiles - QUANTRILL LETTERS - Two Trails Publishing - 37pp - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $6 - Our Price - $5
Eakin, Joanne Chiles - RECOLLECTIONS OF QUANTRILL'S GUERRILLAS AS TOLD BY A. J. WALKER OF WEATHERFORD, TEXAS TO VICTOR E.. MARTIN IN 1910 - Two Trails Publishing - 110pp - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $12.95 - Our Price - $11.50
Stephen D. Engle - YANKEE DUTCHMAN: THE LIFE OF FRANZ SIGEL - Univ Arkansas - Sigel was a graduate of the German Military Academy and moved to St Louis. When the war, he was commissioned a Colonel in the 3rd Missouri. Played prominent part in battle of Wilson's Creek and commanded a division at Pea Ridge. He was important for his ability to rally German immigrants to the Union cause - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $40 - Our Price - $36
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
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
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
Hansen, Duncan E. - A REUNION IN DEATH: GRAVESITES OF THE QUANTRILL MEN AND THE JAMES GANG - Two Trails Publishing -BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 315pp - Illustrated - Index - Biblio - Study of Missouri guerrillas - The author located and photographed gravesites of Quantrill's Raiders and includes a brief biographical sketch of each. - $24.95
Harding, James (Brig General) - SERVICE WITH THE MISSOURI STATE GUARD - Oak Hills Publishing - ISBN# 1891959077 -107pp - Index - Illustrations - Photos - BRAND NEW Softcover - $10.95
Harris, Charles F. - ALIAS CHARLEY HART: WILLIAM CLARKE QUANTRILL IN LAWRENCE, KANSAS 1860 - Two Trails Publishing - 15pp - Illustrations - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $3.50 - Our Price - $3
Harris, Charles F. - UNDER THE BLACK FLAG - Two Trails Publishing - 27pp - Illustrations - Explores the "Black Flag" warfare in Kansas and Missouri where "no quarter" was the rule and prisoners, if taken, were shot - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $3.50 - Our Price - $3
Hinton, Richard J. - REBEL INVASION OF MISSOURI AND KANSAS AND THE CAMPAIGN OF THE ARMY OF THE BORDER AGAINST GENERAL STERLING PRICE IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER 1864 - Kansas Heritage Press - Reprint of Scarce 1865 Original - 362pp - Index - Maps - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $50
David C. Hinze and Karen Farnham - THE BATTLE OF CARTHAGE: BORDER WAR IN SOUTHWEST MISSOURI, JULY 5, 1861 - Stackpole Books - 248pp - Photos - Illustrations - Maps - The first book on the engagement between the Sigel Regiment and the Missouri State Guard. One of the earliest battles of the war, this was fought two weeks before 1st Bull Run - Photos - Maps - Notes - Order of Battle - Battlefield Tour - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Jackman, Sidney Drake (Brig General) - BEHIND ENEMY LINES - Oak Hills Publishing - ISBN# 1891959042 - 225pp - Index - Illustrations - BRAND NEW Softcover - $16.95
Henry A. Kircher (9th Illinois and 12 Missouri Infantry) - A GERMAN IN THE YANKEE FATHERLAND: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF HENRY A. KIRCHER - Kent State Univ - 1st edition - FINE Condition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 169pp - Maps - Photos - Index - Kircher saw action with both the 9th Illinois and the 12th Missouri Regiments, fighting in Arkansas and at the siege of Vicksburg and Chattanooga - $30
Lee, Fred L. - THE BATTLE OF WESTPORT, OCTOBER 21-23, 1864 - Kansas City 1976 - 1st Edition - Hardcover - Limited Edition of 100 Copies of which this is Number 14 - SIGNED by the Author - 79pp - Maps - Photos - Biblio - FINE Condition - $45
Lee, Fred L. - GETTYSBURG OF THE WEST: THE BATTLE OF WESTPORT, OCTOBER 21-23, 1864 - Two Trails Publishing - 168pp - Illustrated - Maps - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
Gen. John Marmaduke - TRANS-MISSISSIPPI ORDER BOOK 1862-1864 - Two Trails Publishing - approx 500 pages - Index - Appendix - Orders up to February 1864 - Battle reports up to June 1864 - a complete transcription of his original reports - Softcover - $47 - Hardcover - $55
McGhee, James - CAMPAIGNING WITH MARMADUKE - NARRATIVES AND ROSTER OF THE 8TH MISSOURI CAVALRY REGIMENT C.S.A. - Two Trails Publishing - 171pp - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - Index - Photos - Rosters with Bibliographic Sketches - $14.95
(McGhee) McGhee, James E. - GUIDE TO MISSOURI CONFEDERATE UNITS, 1861-1865 - Univ Arkansas Press - ISBN# 1557288704 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 296pp - Biblio - Notes - Photos - Includes Unit Histories and Names of Unit Officers - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $28.99

McGhee, James - MISSOURI CONFEDERATES: A GUIDE TO SOURCES FOR CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS AND UNITS 1861-1865 - Two Trails Publishing - 126pp - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - $14.95
McPheeters, William M. - I ACTED FROM PRINCIPLE THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF DR. WILLIAM M. MCPHEETERS, CONFEDERATE SURGEON IN THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI - Univ Arkansas Press - ISBN# 1557287953 - BRAND NEW Softcover - Illustrated - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - 304pp - Under martial law in Missouri, Union authorities kept close watch on known Confederate sympathizers. McPheeters was followed, arrested, threatened, and finally, in 1862, given an ultimatum to sign an oath of allegiance to the Union or go to prison, he joined Sterling Price and his Missouri forces west of the Mississippi River, serving as unit surgeon and treating soldiers' diseases, malnutrition, and battle wounds. His diary is the first known daily account by a Confederate medical officer in the Trans-Mississippi Department. It also tells his wife's story, which included harassment by Federal military officials, imprisonment in St. Louis, and banishment from Missouri with the couple's two small children. The journal appears here in its complete and original form, exactly as the doctor first wrote it, with the addition of the editors' full annotation and vivid introductions to each section - Publisher's List Price = $19.95 - Our Price - $18.50
Joseph A. Mudd - WITH PORTER IN NORTH MISSOURI - Camp Pope - 504pp - Reprint of 1909 Original - Fully Indexed - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
Eathan Allen Pinnell - SERVING WITH HONOR: THE DIARY OF CAPTAIN EATHAN ALLEN PINNELL OF THE EIGHTH MISSOURI INFANTRY (CONFEDERATE) - Camp Pope - 448pp - Illustrated - Maps - Notes - Index - Diary of Captain Pinnell who served in Company D, 8th Missouri Confederate Infantry and covers Prairie Grove, Pleasant Hill and Jenkins' Ferry - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
Ponder, Jerry - THE BATTLE OF CHALK BLUFF, AN ACCOUNT OF GENERAL JOHN S. MARMADUKE'S SECOND MISSOURI RAID - Ponder Books - Full account of Marmaduke's Raid into Missouri with troops from Arkansas, Missouri and Texas with details of battles at Cape Girardeau, Patterson, Bloomfield, Four Mile, Chalk Bluff, and others - Photos - Rosters - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $13.95
Ponder, Jerry - THE CIVIL WAR BATTLE OF FREDERICKTOWN, MISSOURI- Ponder Books -153pp - Maps, notes, index, BRAND NEW Softcover - The only study ever published on this obscure Missouri battle - Publisher's List Price - $14.95 - Our Price - $13.50
Ponder, Jerry - A HISTORY OF THE 15TH MISSOURI CAVALRY REGIMENT, C.S.A. - Ponder Books - History of unit from 1862 through the end of the war. The 15th Missouri Cavalry was the most forward Confederate unit in the Trans-Mississippi. Col. Reeves, the unit commander, was the only officer in the Trans-Mississippi region to be refused parole in 1865 - Photos - Rosters - Maps - Charts - References - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $40
Scheel, Gary L. - RAIN, MUD & SWAMPS: THE STORY OF THE 31ST MISSOURI VOLUNTEER INFANTRY REGIMENT - Pacific MO -BRAND NEW Laminated Hardcover - 1st Edition Printing - SIGNED BY the Author - 703pp - Maps - Photos - Rosters - Publisher's List Price = $27.95 - Our Price - $25.95
Scheel, Gary L. - SIXTY-SIX MILES IN THIRTY-NINE HOURS: THE RETREAT FROM FT DAVIDSON, PILOT KNOB TO THE BATTLE OF LEASBURG - Pacific MO - BRAND NEW Oversized Ringbound Softcover - SIGNED BY the Author - 62pp - Photos - Rosters - $15
Schmidt, Bob - BOYS OF THE BEST FAMILIES IN THE STATE: COMPANY "E" 2ND MISSOURI CAVALRY - Two Trails Pub -BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 456pp - Biblio - Index - Detailed biographies/genealogical info of unit members - Publisher's List Price = $27.95 - Our Price - $25
Schnetzer, Wayne - MORE FORGOTTEN MEN: MISSOURI STATE GUARD - Two Trails - 258pp - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - Companion Volume to Carolyn Bartels The Forgotten Men, this contains an additional 4500 names with an index - $22.95
Scott, Mark E. - THE FIFTH SEASON: GENERAL "JO" SHELBY - THE GREAT RAID OF 1863 - Two Trails Publishing - 129pp - Maps - Illustrated - Brand New Softcover -- Publisher's List Price = $12 - Our Price - $11
Snead, Thomas L. - THE FIGHT FOR MISSOURI: FROM THE ELECTION OF LINCOLN TO THE DEATH OF LYON - Two Trails Publishing - 322pp - Reprint of Original published in 1886 - Index - Maps - BRAND NEW Softcover - $16.95
TRANS-MISSISSIPPI MEN AT WAR, MISSOURI - Two Trails Publishing - Volume 1 - 300pp - Fully Indexed and Referenced - Letters - Casualty Lists - Adjutant General Records - Brand New - Hardcover - $42.95/Softcover - $32.95
Phillip Thomas Tucker - THE CONFEDERACY'S FIGHTING CHAPLAIN: FATHER JOHN B. BANNON - Univ Alabama Press - 272pp - Father Bannon was an Irish Catholic Priest who served with the 1st Missouri Brigade - tending wounded and dying on the battlefield, later serving as a diplomat and spy for the Confederacy - Photos - Notes - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $34.95
Phillip Tucker - WESTERNERS IN GRAY - THE MEN AND MISSIONS OF THE ELITE FIFTH MISSOURI INFANTRY REGIMENT - McFarland Publishing - 331pp - Maps - References - Bibliography - Notes - Index - A well-written regimental history of this unit comprised of Irish Confederates from St Louis and rural pro-Southern Missourians who were considered one of the best infantry regiments in the Western Sector. This unit, composed of tough young men in their 20's never fought in Missouri, but carried out "shock" missions throughout the region - Library Binding - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $40.95
Webb, William Larkin - BATTLES AND BIOGRAPHIES OF MISSOURIANS, OR THE CIVIL WAR PERIOD OF OUR STATE - Two Trails Publishing - Reprint of Original - BRAND NEW Softcover - 466pp - Index - Photos - Publisher's List Price = $22.95 - Our Price - $20
Wiatt, John - DIARY OF A DOCTOR - MISSOURI STATE GUARDS, 1861 - Two Trails Publishing - Edited by Joanne Chiles Eakin - 54pp - Maps - Brand New Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $8.50 - Our Price - $8
Younger, Cole - THE STORY OF COLE YOUNGER BY HIMSELF - Oak Hills Publishing - ISBN# 1891959018 - 154pp - Index - Illustrations - Photos - BRAND NEW Softcover - $15.95

NEW HAMPSHIRE


Copp, Elbridge J. - REMINISCENCES OF THE WAR OF THE REBELLION 1861-1865 - Telegraph Publishing, Nashua 1911 - NEAR FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Frontis of the Author - Wear to corners and with weak hinges - Red Cloth with beveled boards - Copp claimed to be the youngest commisioned officer in the Union army during the war. This Scarce reminiscence of the 3rd NH volunteers is nicely done with numerous maps, illustrations and photos of members of the Regiment - $225.00
Martin Haynes - A HISTORY OF THE SECOND REGIMENT NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION - Applewood Books - BRAND NEW Softcover - Reprint of 1896 Original - 224pp - Nevins calls this one "A greatly enlarged and superior history to the one Haynes penned thirty-five years earlier. - Organized at Portsmouth in April 1861, the 2nd NH fought at Bull Run, Williamsburg, Malvern Hill, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, Cold Harbor and other major battles in the East - Tables - Biographical Sketches - Photos - $15.95
(Men of Granite) Shaffer, Duane E. - MEN OF GRANITE : NEW HAMPSHIRE'S SOLDIERS IN THE CIVIL WAR - Univ So Carolina Press - ISBN# 1570037515 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 365pp - During the Civil War, some thirty-five thousand New Hampshire soldiers--representing approximately 11 percent of the state's population--were dispatched to serve the Union in seventeen infantry regiments, two cavalry regiments, three artillery batteries, and three companies of sharpshooters and as members of miscellaneous naval and marine units. Duane E. Shaffer tells the story of these forces in Men of Granite, a thorough history of New Hampshire combat troops in the years before and during the Civil War. Focusing on the day-to-day experiences of the common soldier and his reasons for taking up the fight against the Confederacy, Shaffer has mined myriad primary sources to draw together the experiences of all of the state's regiments and units into this single, cohesive narrative. Told in chronological order, Shaffer's narrative follows the experiences of New Hampshire troops, primarily in Virginia and South Carolina. Granite State soldiers were stationed at Hilton Head for much of the war, and they offered vivid accounts of bivouac duty and of inland raids in lowcountry South Carolina. The soldiers also fought in major battles such as Manassas, Antietam, Gettysburg, and Cold Harbor. A chapter each is devoted to the Battle of Fredericksburg in December 1862, a fight that included the largest concentration of New Hampshire soldiers in the war, and the Battle of Chancellorsville in May 1863, in which the Twelfth New Hampshire suffered more casualties than any regiment on either side. Shaffer also details the disaster of the Battle of Fort Wagner in July 1863, in which New Hampshire lost more soldiers than in any other operation. He also follows his subjects' return after the war to recount their homecoming and to cement understanding of their sacrifice. Further enhanced by twenty illustrations and twelve maps, Shaffer's detailed survey reinserts the story of New Hampshire forces into the annals of Civil War history and, through frequent quotation of soldiers' own accounts, gives voice to the motivations and daily experiences of determined Union forces from the Granite State - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $37.99
Thompson, S. Millett (13th New Hampshire Vols) - HISTORY OF THE THIRTEENTH REGIMENT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, 1861-1865 - A DIARY COVERING THREE YEARS AND A DAY - Heritage Books - 709pp - Reprint of 1888 Original - Index - Illustrated - Brand New Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $52 - Our Price - $48
Townsend, Luther T. (16th New Hampshire Vols) - HISTORY OF THE SIXTEENTH REGIMENT NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS - Washington 1897 - 1st Edition - VERY FINE Condition - Exceptionally Clean and Bright - Previous owner bookplate inside front cover - Illustrated - Photos - Rosters - Nevins says of this "Written from the adjutant's viewpoint, this full history of a year's duty in Louisiana also contains over twoscore sketches and drawings." - $375

NEW JERSEY


Baquet, Camille - HISTORY OF THE FIRST NEW JERSEY BRIGADE FROM 1861 TO 1865: KEARNY'S 1ST NEW JERSEY BRIGADE - Stan Clark - 515pp - Illustrated - Reprint of 1910 Original - Composed of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 10th and 15th New Jersey Regiments, this unit fought at 2nd Manassas, Gaines Mill, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Cold harbor, Cedar Creek, Petersburg, Five Forks, Appomattox and other battles in the East - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $45
Pvt Alfred Bellard (5th New Jersey Infantry) - GONE FOR A SOLDIER: THE CIVIL WAR MEMOIRS OF PRIVATE ALFRED BELLARD - Little Brown - Boston 1975 - Edited by David H. Donald - VERY FINE Condition - 1st/DJ (Beautifully Illustrated) - *UBS #217 - $45
Michael Hanifen - HISTORY OF BATTERY B, FIRST NEW JERSEY ARTILLERY - Longstreet House - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Reprint of 1905 original - Issued without jacket - Scarcest of all NJ regimentals - Only monograph of any of the state's 5 batteries in the Civil War - 200pp - Roster - Illustrated - New Index - $25
John Hayward - GIVE IT TO THEM JERSEY BLUES! A HISTORY OF THE 7TH REGIMENT NEW JERSEY VOLUNTEERS IN THE CIVIL WAR - Longstreet House 1998 - An all-new regimental history with 73 photographs of members - 375pp - over 100 Illustrations - 30 Maps - Rosters - Index - BRAND NEW - $35
Jones, Maggie and Thomas and William- - BROTHERS TIL DEATH: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF MAGGIE, THOMAS, AND WILLIAM JONES, 1861-1865 - Mercer Univ Press - 304pp - Edited by Richard Trimble - An Irish Family from New Jersey - Thomas fought at Ft Wagner (featured in the movie Glory - and represented on our web page) - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List - $35 - Our Price - $31.50
Francis C. Kajencki - STAR ON MANY A BATTLEFIELD: BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL JOSEPH KARGE IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR - Fairleigh Dickinson, 1980 - in price clipped Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - NEAR FINE Condition - Karge led the 1st New Jersey Cavalry in the Virginia Campaigns and then trained and led the 2nd New Jersey Cavalry in Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama - $30
Donald E. Kester - CAVALRYMAN IN BLUE: COLONEL JOHN WOODS KESTER OF THE 1ST NEW JERSEY CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Longstreet House, 1997 - 200pp - BRAND NEW - $25
Edward G. Longacre - JERSEY CAVALIERS: A HISTORY OF THE 1ST NEW JERSEY VOLUNTEER CAVALRY - Longstreet House, 1992 - 423 pages - Roster - 15 Maps - over 90 Illustrations including 50 portraits - BRAND NEW - $35
Edward G. Longacre - TO GETTYSBURG AND BEYOND: THE 12TH NEW JERSEY VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, II CORPS, ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, 1862-1865 - Longstreet House, 1988 - 467 pages - Roster - Maps - over 90 Illustrations including 53 portraits of unit members - BRAND NEW - $36
Marbaker, Thomas B. - HISTORY OF THE ELEVENTH NEW JERSEY VOLUNTEERS - Longstreet House, 1990 - Reprint of 1898 title - New Introduction by John Kuhl - 490pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 90 Illustrations - 10 Maps - Roster - Index - 52 Portraits of Regiment Members - The 11th New Jersey fought at Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Mine Run, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor and Petersburg - BRAND NEW - $32
David Martin - ADDRESS DELIVERED AT THE REDEDICATION OF THE MONUMENT TO THE FIRST NEW JERSEY BRIGADE AT GETTYSBURG OCTOBER 9, 1982 - Longstreet House - A 12 page booklet - BRAND NEW Softcover - $3.50
David Martin (ed.) - HEXAMER'S FIRST NEW JERSEY BATTERY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Longstreet House, 1992 - 36pp - Softcover - BRAND NEW - $6
David Martin (ed.) - THE MONOCACY REGIMENT: A COMMEMORATIVE HISTORY OF THE 14TH NEW JERSEY INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Longstreet House - 352pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Maps - Photos - Indices - Contains an exact reprint of Terrill's CAMPAIGN OF THE 14TH NEW JERSEY VOLUNTEERS originally printed in 1884; reset text of LETTERS OF MAJOR PETER VREDENBURGH OF THE BATTLES AND MARCHES OF THE OLD FOURTEENTH REGIMENT originally published in the 1870s; and new material by Joseph Bilby and David Martin - BRAND NEW - $45? (NOT YET REPRINTED - ORDERS TAKEN)
Marvel, William - RACE OF THE SOIL: THE NINTH NEW HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT IN THE CIVIL WAR - Broadfoot 1988 -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in New Brodart DJ Cover) - 536pp - Index - Photos - Maps - The 9th NH fought at Fredericksburg, Petersburg, Antietam, South Mountain, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Antietam and other major battles - Noted for storming the Stone Bridge at Antietam and the heights at Fredericksburg, it was one of the first to enter the Crater at Petersburg - Based of primary sources, including the service records of individual soldiers, and the letters and diaries of the men. The Ninth New Hampshire Infantry Regiment was recruited in the summer of 1862 in response to an urgent call by the United States for 300,000 additional men. The call was precipitated by the repulse of McClellan nearing Richmond on the Virginia peninsula and the lack of advance by the principal Union Army in the West. The Ninth New Hampshire, destined to be listed among the "Three Hundred Fighting Regiments" in Fox's Regimental Losses, departed New Hampshire on August 25, 1862. Less than 20 days later the green, untested regiment, a member of the IX Corps, found itself in the engagement at South Mountain, Maryland. On September 17 it participated in the bloody battle of Antietam. As a result, during its first month of active service, the Ninth lost more than 300 men to infectious diseases and battle casualties. The IX Corps including the Ninth New Hampshire led the way on the march south from Maryland into Virginia to join Burnside's army of over 125,000 men to take part in the battle of Fredericksburg (December 13). Again, the larger Federal Army was defeated by Lee's smaller army, which inflicted some 12,000 casualties on the Federals, the Ninth New Hampshire receiving its share. In March, 1863 the regiment was transferred to the Western theater, first to Kentucky and then to Mississippi, to participate in the Jackson Campaign. While there, and on the return journey to Kentucky, the regiment was almost decimated by disease. After several months stay in Kentucky and around Knoxville, it joined Grant's army for the Wilderness Campaign of 1864 in Virginia. The Ninth New Hampshire embarked on May 4, 1864 from Bristoe Station for the bloody Overland Campaign. At Spotsylvania Courthouse (May 12), especially at the Bloody Angle, it took heavy casualties. The regiment was not engaged at the deadly battle of Cold Harbor, but was actively involved at the Crater at Petersburg again sustaining serious losses. Three weeks after the battle of the Crater there were only ten officers and barely 90 men on duty in the entire regiment. Nevertheless, the Ninth New Hampshire was an active participant in the battle of Peeble's Farm (September 30), where it sustained heavy losses. It was the third time in less than five months that the regiment had lost as much as 40% of its effective force in a single fight, and this time it was nearly 60%. By Appomattox the Ninth New Hampshire was a proud but sadly depleted regiment. Race of the Soil is based on primary sources including the service records of individual soldiers, and the letters and diaries of the men. The author brings many human interest stories to the narrative. Integrated with the battle narrative are the personal stories of members of the regiment. When the Ninth New Hampshire was initially organized, Marvel tells us something about the men who joined it and the communities from which they came - South Conway, Exeter, Manchester, Lempster, Meriden, Keene, Nelson, and others. The names of many of these men recur thoughout the narrative whether in descriptions of a typical day in camp for the regiment or on the march or in battle. The author relates many personal accounts, such as the wounding of 26-year-old George Allen at the engagement at Bethesda Church on June 22, 1864. We follow him through his removal from the battlefield to various hospitals and finally back to New Hampshire. We learn about Corporal Peter Morrison; he was the last member of the regiment to fall to enemy fire and this occurred October 5, 1864 - $39.95
General Robert McAllister (1st and 11th New Jersey Vols) - THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF GENERAL ROBERT MCALLISTER - LSU Press - Edited by James I. Robertson, Jr. - One of Civil War Magazine's 100 Essential Civil War Titles - McAllister was one of the quietly efficient commanders whose noble gallantry ultimately proved to be the salvation of the Union. He took part in all but two engagements of the Army of the Potomac, was twice wounded and three times promoted for heroism on the battlefield. Not daring to keep a diary that might fall into enemy hands, McAllister wrote daily to his wife and daughters, providing an intricately detailed description of his wartime ordeal for posterity. The 637 letters presented here provide a comprehensive look at the experiences of the Army of the Potomac and one often-overlooked Civil War General. - 664 pp - 26 halftones - 1 map - BRAND NEW Softcover - $24.95
T. C. Morford - FIFTY YEARS AGO: A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE 29TH NEW JERSEY VOLUNTEERS - Longstreet House, 1990 - Reprint of 1912 original - 54pp - Introduction by David Martin - Roster - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $9
New Jersey - 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
LtCol Richard S. Thompson (12th NJ) - WHILE MY COUNTRY IS IN DANGER - Edmonston Publishing - Member of the 12th NEW JERSEY VOLUNTEERS, Thompson's biography highlights battles of Chancellorsville, Gettysburg (Pickett's Charge), Petersburg, Bristoe and Reams' Station - Genealogy of Thompson and other Cape May, NJ families - index with over 350 names - 256pp - illustrations - maps - BRAND NEW - $24.95
Toombs, Samuel - NEW JERSEY TROOPS IN THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN FROM JUNE 5 TO JULY 31, 1863 - Orange 1888 - 1st Edition - 406 pages - VERY GOOD Condition - Over 60 illustrations, including maps (one fold-out) - torn (but complete) image of Gen Penrose on p 217 - edge tears on pages 219-230 (not affecting text) - Bright Title on Spine - very small (1/4 in) stain on rear board at top - Nevins says " Sgt Toombs relied completely on printed sources for this tribute to Jerseyans at Gettysburg; over sixty illustrations are included." - $125
Toombs, Samuel - NEW JERSEY TROOPS IN THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN FROM JUNE 5 TO JULY 31, 1863 - Longstreet House, 1988 - Reprint of 1st edition - 440pp - New Introduction by David Martin - Nevins says " Sgt Toombs relied completely on printed sources for this tribute to Jerseyans at Gettysburg; over sixty illustrations are included." - BRAND NEW - $30
Toombs, Samuel - REMINISCENCES OF THE THIRTEENTH NEW JERSEY INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Longstreet House, 1994 - Reprint of 1878 title - New Introduction - Index - Maps - Rosters - 307pp - BRAND NEW - $25
Zinn, John G. - THE MUTINOUS REGIMENT : THE THIRTY-THIRD NEW JERSEY IN THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 078642141X - BRAND NEW Laminated Hardcover - 278pp - Photos - Maps - Rosters - Notes - Biblio - Index - $65 (only one left - now out of print in hardcover)
Zinn, John G. - THE MUTINOUS REGIMENT : THE THIRTY-THIRD NEW JERSEY IN THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786466351 -BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 278pp - Photos - Maps - Rosters - Notes - Biblio - Index - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $31.95

NEW YORK


For 63rd, 68th and 88th New York, also see Irish Brigade titles at bottom
Ames, Nelson - HISTORY OF BATTERY G FIRST REGIMENT NEW YORK LIGHT ARTILLERY- Benedum Books - Reprint of Scarce 1900 Original - 161pp - Photos - Rosters - This unit served at Malver Hill, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg - BRAND NEW Softcover - $11.95
Bender, Robert P. - LIKE GRASS BEFORE THE SCYTHE: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF SGT WILLIAM REMMEL, 121ST NEW YORK INFANTRY - Univ Alabama Press - ISBN# 9780817315528 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Dust Jacket Protector) - 177pp - Photos - Notes - Index - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $37
Best, Isaac O. (121st NY) - HISTORY OF THE 121ST NEW YORK STATE INFANTRY (Upton's Regulars) - Butternut and Blue - Brand New Hardcover - 288pp - New Introduction - Added Photos - Roster - this unit served with the Sixth Corps from Antietam to Appomattox - capturing seven Confederate Flags and more prisoners than it had members - Reprint (Originally printed in 1921) (APS#12) - $35
Bidwell, Frederick David - HISTORY OF THE FORTY-NINTH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS - Lyon Co., Albany 1916 - 1st Edition - NEAR FINE Condition with Bright Spine and Covers - wear to spine ends and small closed at bottom corner of front board - Complete rosters of the nearly 900 men who comprised this regiment. The regiment participated in 54 skirmishes and engagements including Cedar Creek, Spottsylvania Court House, and Petersburg. The regiment incurred losses of over 45 percent of its members at Spottsylvania and 24 of its members died in Andersonville and other Confederate prisons - $295
Joseph Bilby - THE IRISH BRIGADE IN THE CIVIL WAR: THE 69TH NEW YORK AND OTHER IRISH REGIMENTS OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - Combined Pub - 270pp - Illustrated - 13 Maps - rare photos - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
Joseph Bilby - REMEMBER FONTENOY! THE 69TH NEW YORK AND THE IRISH BRIGADE IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR - Longstreet House, 1995 - 269 pages - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - over 100 Illustrations including 50 portraits and 11 flags - Ordnance Reports - Notes - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW - $28
Bowen, Charles T. - THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS AND DIARIES OF SERGEANT CHARLES T. BOWEN, TWELFTH UNITED STATES INFANTRY 1861-1864 - Butternut and Blue - 603pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos - Maps - Edited by Edward Cassedy - Bowen joined the Regular Army in Utica and served at Fort Hamilton, later fighting at Gaines Mill, Yorktown, Petersburg and other battles - rising to the rank of Sergeant - APS#29 - Brand New Hardcover - $45
Brainard, Mary - CAMPAIGNS OF THE 146TH REGIMENT NEW YORK STATE VOLUNTEERS - Putnam's, NY 1915 - 541pp - Scarce 1st Edition - VERY GOOD Condition - Light wear to spine ends and corners - This Copy SIGNED by the Author on FEP "Compliments of ..... " - Fold-Out Map at Rear - Photos of Zouaves - Illustrations - Biographical Rosters - $325
Brainard, Mary - CAMPAIGNS OF THE 146TH REGIMENT NEW YORK STATE VOLUNTEERS - Schroeder Publications - 695pp - Reprint of Scarce 1915 Original - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - With Preface and Added Materials by Patrick Schroeder including - Index - 150 Photos and Complete Biographical Rosters - SIGNED by Pat Schroeder at No Extra Charge - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $49.95
Colonel Wesley Brainerd - BRIDGE BUILDING IN WARTIME - Univ Tennessee Press - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 440pp - Illustrated - Edited by Ed Malles - Colonel Wesley Brainerd's memoir of the 50th New York Volunteer Engineers - Publisher's List Price = $46 - Our Price - $41
Rice C. Bull (123rd NY Vols) - SOLDIERING: THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF RICE C. BULL - Presidio Press 1977 - 259pp - Illustrations - Photos - Index - Biblio - FINE Condition - hardcover in lightly worn Dust Jacket - 1st Edition - $30
Rice C. Bull (123rd NY Vols) - SOLDIERING: THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF RICE C. BULL - Presidio - 259pp - Illustrations - Photos - Index - Biblio - BRAND NEW paperback - $14.95
Burton, William L. - MELTING POT SOLDIERS: THE UNION'S ETHNIC REGIMENTS - Fordham Univ. Press - 284pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - A look at the Germans, Irish, Italians and Other Immigrants Who Fought for the Union - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $32.50 - Our Price - $29
Callaghan, Daniel M. -THOMAS FRANCIS MEAGHER AND THE IRISH BRIGADE IN THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 078642401X -BRAND NEW Laminated Softcover - 203pp - Notes - Index - Biblio - Maps - Photos - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $33.99
Austin A. Carr (82nd NY) - A CASUALTY AT GETTYSBURG AND ANDERSONVILLE: SELECTIONS FROM THE DIARY OF PRIVATE AUSTIN A. CARR OF THE 82ND N.Y. INFANTRY - Longstreet House, 1998 - Revised Edition - Edited by David Martin - 28pp - Photos - Maps - Illustrations - BRAND NEW Softcover - $8
Michael Cavanagh - MEMOIRS OF GENERAL THOMAS FRANCIS MEAGHER - Olde Soldier Books - 534pp - Reprint of 1892 Original - Meagher commanded the famous Irish Brigade in the Civil War. Many of his Irish Brigade letters are included - Illustrated - Appendix - Index Brand New - $44.95
(Colby) Colby, Newton T. - THE CIVIL WAR PAPERS OF LT. COLONEL NEWTON T. COLBY, NEW YORK INFANTRY - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786473823 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 360pp - photos, maps, notes, bibliography, index - Edited by William E. Hughes - "The shells of the enemy flew over us here tearing great limbs off the trees and screaming horribly ... then a shell struck into the ranks near where I was, killing and wounding five or six--I saw them fall and heard their screams. But on we went and I know not who they were or what became of them"--September 21, 1862. Lt. Col. Colby served with the 23rd New York, the 107th New York at Antietam, Chancellorsville and Harper's Ferry, and later in the Veteran Reserve Corps as superintendent of Old Capital Prison. This is a compilation of Colby's letters to family, friends and military personnel, newspaper articles that detail the fighting in which Colby and his fellow soldiers were involved, and accounts of the fighting and daily life from other soldiers. Colby crossed paths with many prominent figures in the war and was recognized as an excellent soldier by his peers and commanding officers. - Publisher's List Price = $25 - Our Price - $22

Bishop Asbury Cook - LETTERS HOME: CIVIL WAR LETTERS BY BISHOP ASBURY COOK, PRIVATE IN THE 144TH REGIMENT OF THE NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Heritage Books - 367pp - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $32 - Our Price - $29
Crumb, Dewitt - HISTORICAL ADDRESSES, REMINISCENSES AND ROSTER OF SURVIVORS OF THE 22ND NEW YORK VOLUNTEER CAVALRY - Reprint of 1894 original - RSG Publishing - 69pp - Illustrated - Brand New Softcover - $30
Major General Newton M. Curtis - FROM BULL RUN TO CHANCELLORSVILLE - THE STORY OF THE 16TH NEW YORK INFANTRY - Putnam's, NY 1906 - 284pp -284pp - First Edition - GOOD Condition - Gilt Top Edge - Wear at corners and spine ends - Nevins refers to this as a "standard, authoritative source" - Curtis fought at First Bull Run, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, and Fort Fisher where he won the Medal of Honor having been wounded four times and lost his left eye - $95
Major General Newton M. Curtis - FROM BULL RUN TO CHANCELLORSVILLE - THE STORY OF THE 16TH NEW YORK INFANTRY - Putnam's, NY 1906 -284pp - First Edition - VERY GOOD Condition - Gilt Top Edge - Bumped corners and light soiling to exterior - Red Cross worn from front board - Gilt Title on Spine and Board are still Bright - Previous owner name and date 1906 on fep - Nevins refers to this as a "standard, authoritative source" - Curtis fought at First Bull Run, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, and Fort Fisher where he won the Medal of Honor having been wounded four times and lost his left eye - $145
Davenport, Alfred (5th NY) - CAMP AND FIELD LIFE OF THE FIFTH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY (DURYEE ZOUAVES) - Olde Soldier Books - Reprint of 1879 Original - 497pp - Photos - Illustrated - Index - New Introduction - A Great Regimental! The 5th, always colorful in scarlet trousers and fez fought at Big Bethel, Peninsula, 2nd Bull Run, Antietam, Fredericksburg, and Chancellorsville before being mustered out in May, 1863. Nevins says "This thoroughly useful narrative, based on diaries and letters, covers admirably the exploits of a regiment that saw valient service through Chancellorsville - UBS #170 - BRAND NEW - $40
Maj Gen Regis de Trobriand (Colonel, 55th NY Vols) - OUR NOBLE BLOOD - THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF MAJOR GENERAL REGIS DE TROBRIAND - Belle Grove, Kearny - 265pp - Photos - Maps - Bibliography - Index - De Trobriand served with the 55th NY Infantry, Commanded the 3rd Brigade, 1st Division Third Corps at Gettysburg and the 3rd Division, Second Corps at Appomattox - BRAND NEW - $27
Dodge, Theodore A. (119th NY Volunteers) - ON CAMPAIGN WITH THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC: THE CIVIL WAR HOURNAL OF THEODORE AYRAULT DODGE - Cooper Square Press - Edited by Stephen Sears - 256pp - Illustrated - Brand New Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $32 - Our Price - $29
A. J. H. Duganne - THE FIGHTING QUAKERS: A TRUE STORY OF THE WAR FOR OUR UNION - Schroeder Publications - 120pp - Photos - Reprint of 1866 Original - The story of two brothers and as cousin who were killed in the war - Lt Edward Katcham (120th NY Vols) and Lt John Ketcham and Capt Nehemiah Mann (4th NY Cavalry) - BRAND NEW Softcover - $10
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
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
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
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
Matthew J. Graham (Lieutenant, Co A') - THE NINTH REGIMENT NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS (HAWKINS' ZOUAVES) - VanBerg Publishing, 1998 - With Introduction by Brian Pohanka - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 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
Haas, James E. - THIS GUNNER AT HIS PLACE: COLLEGE POINT, NEW YORK & THE CIVIL WAR - Baltimore 2002 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 272pp - Photos - Illustrations - Carefully research with detailed biographies of the men from the area who fought and died in the Civil War - SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR AT NO EXTRA CHARGE - $19.95
Lydia P. Hecht - 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. 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 - Brand New - Softcover - $16.95
THE HIGHEST PRAISE OF GALLANTRY: MEMORIALS OF DAVID T. JENKINS & JAMES E. JENKINS - Schroeder Publications - 72pp - Photos - Illustrated - Reprint of Scarce 1889 book on two brothers who served in the 146th New York Infantry and Oneida Cavalry - New material added by Patrick Schroeder - BRAND NEW Softcover - $9.95
Charles Brandegee Livingstone (5th NY Zouaves) - CHARLIE'S CIVIL WAR: A PRIVATE'S TRIAL BY FIRE IN THE 5TH NEW YORK - DURYEE ZOUAVES AND 146TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Schroeder Publications - ISBN# 1889246425 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 250 pages - index - more than 50 photos, maps, and illustrations and 16 maps - Details the entire army life including capture and imprisonment at Andersonville and Florence of Charles Brandegee. Duryea's Zouaves fought in some of the heavist fighting of the war, losing one third of its men at Gaines' Mill and 117 killed or wounded at Manassas - Publisher's List Price = $19.99 - Our Price - $18.95
Lysy, Peter J. - BLUE FOR THE UNION & GREEN FOR IRELAND: THE CIVIL WAR FLAGS OF THE 63RD REGIMENT NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS - IRISH BRIGADE - Notre Dame Archives - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This short volume is packed with history, analysis, and original documents sure to be of interest to anyone who enjoys the Irish Brigade, the Civil War and its flags, the Irish in America, or the University of Notre Dame - detrailed info on restoration and conservation of the flags - 60 pp - 61 illustrations including 35 in full color - $16.95
(69thNY) Mahon, John - NEW YORK'S FIGHTING SIXTY-NINTH - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786461042 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 278pp - Photos - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - Formed in 1851 by Irish immigrants, the Fighting Sixty-Ninth has served with distinction since the Civil War. This is a complete, illustrated history of the regiment's service in the Irish Brigade and the Rainbow Division. Functioning as the 1st Regiment, Irish Brigade, 2nd Corps, Army of the Potomac throughout the Civil War, the regiment made history at Malvern Hill, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Petersburg and Appomatox. According to legend, an exasperated General Jackson cursed them as part of "that damn brigade." Functioning as the 165th Infantry, 42nd Division (Rainbow Division) throughout World War I, the regiment helped turn back the last German offensive, counterattacked at the Ourq river, spearheaded one of Pershing's pincers at St. Mihiel, and helped break the Hindenburg Line in the Argonne Forest. Today, the regiment is known as 1st Battalion, 69th Infantry (Mechanized), New York Army National Guard - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $33.99

Wayne Mahood (ed.) - CHARLIE MOSHER'S CIVIL WAR: FROM FAIR OAKS TO ANDERSONVILLE WITH THE PLYMOUTH PILGRIMS (85TH NEW YORK INFANTRY) - Longstreet House, 1994 - 350 pages - Illustrated - Index - Insights on fight in North Carolina and prison life at Andersonville - BRAND NEW - $30
Mahood, Wayne - THE PLYMOUTH PILGRIMS: A HISTORY OF THE 85TH NEW YORK INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Longstreet House, 1992 - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Stated 1st edition (limited printing of 500 copies) in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Jacket Cover) - 356pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Rosters - Maps - Photos - This unit fought in the Peninsular campaign and then was sent to Plymouth, North Carolina where it was captured and sent to Andersonville - they has new uniforms when captured and became known as the Plymouth Pilgrims after their capture - $75
Wayne Mahood - WRITTEN IN BLOOD: A HISTORY OF THE 126TH NEW YORK INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Longstreet House, 1997 -551pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Index - Biblio - Notes - Rosters - Maps - Photos - Publisher's List Price = $40 - Our Price - $36
David Martin - CARL BORNEMANN'S REGIMENT: THE 41ST NEW YORK INFANTRY (DE KALB REGIMENT) IN THE CIVIL WAR - Longstreet House - Sorry - This is currently out of print and may not be back for some time!
Mathews, Horace P and King S. Hammond (123rd NY Vols) - WE ARE IN A FIGHT TODAY: THE CIVIL WAR DIARIES OF HORACE P. MATHEWS AND KING S. HAMMOND - Heritage Books - 234pp - Full Name Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $23.50 - Our Price - $21
(144thNY)(144thNY) McKee, James H. - BACK "IN WAR TIMES" - HISTORY OF THE 144TH REGIMENT NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Horace Bailey, Unadila NY 1903 - VERY FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Presentation copy Inscribed "Mr & Mrs F. L. Norton With Kindest regards of the Publisher Horace E. Bailey and SIGNED by him and dated July 1903 by Bailey was a Lieutenant in Company H of the unit from January 1864 till June 1865 - a Clean Bright Copy - 378pp - Maps, Index, Rosters and Photos - This regiment was from Delaware County, New York. - $375

Merrill, Julian W. - RECORDS OF THE 24TH INDEPENDENT BATTERY, N. Y. LIGHT ARTILLERY, U.S.A. - Perry, NY 1870 - Scarce 1st Edition - VERY GOOD Condition in Brown Cloth - 280pp - plus 22pp Appendix - Illustrated - Roster and Biographical Sketches of unit members - Details of imprisonment of unit at Andersonville - $425
Merrill, Julian W. - RECORDS OF THE 24TH INDEPENDENT BATTERY, N. Y. LIGHT ARTILLERY, U.S.A. - Reprint of Scarce 1870 original - B.Conrad Bush - A quality binding in Bright Green cloth - Limited Edition of 150 copies - 280pp - plus 47pp Appendix - Illustrated - Rosters - Details of imprisonment of unit at Andersonville -BRAND NEW Hardcover - $25
Miller, Delavan S. (2nd New York Heavy Artillery) - DRUM TAPS IN DIXIE: MEMORIES OF A DRUMMER BOY, 1861-1865 - Butternut & Blue -256pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Reprint of 1905 Original - Illustrated - Miller enlisted in the 2nd NY Heavy Artillery giving his age at 18 when he was only 12 years of age - he fought at Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Petersburg and Appomattox - his unit lost 1140 killed, missing and wounded during the war - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $30
(77thNY) Morrow Jr, Robert F. - 77TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS : 'SOJERING' IN THE VI CORPS- White Mane -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 273pp - The 77th New York or Bemis Heights Regiment was probably the only Civil War unit to be numbered for sentimental reasons. Organized by Congressman James McKean, they were recruited from Essex, Fulton, and primarily Saratoga Counties. Leaving home on Thanksgiving Day in 1861, the first action for boys from Bemis Heights was in the Peninsular Campaign. Assigned to the Third Brigade of the Second Division along with the infamous Vermont Brigade, their division, part of the VI Corps, was the best in the army. The regiment captured two cannons in the second battle of Fredericksburg. At the Wilderness, Brigadier General John B. Gordon's assault stopped when it reached the 77th's brigade. At Spotsylvania the 77th was picked as one of the best units to participate in Upton's Charge, and this list continues on through the entire war. Extensively researched, the pages of the book are filled with firsthand accounts. During the bloodiest war in America's history, bonds formed when these men touched elbows with one another in over 50 battles. Drinking from the same canteen and smoking from the same pouch produced ties that were strong enough to keep them coming back for 50 annual reunions - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27.95

Murray, R. L.- THE GREATEST BATTLE OF THE AGE: NEW YORKERS AT FIRST BULL RUN - Benedum Books - 125pp - Illustrated - Maps - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $9.95
Murray, R. L.- LETTERS FROM THE FRONT: NEW YORKERS AT FIRST BULL RUN - Benedum Books - 73pp - Index - A compilation of letters from New York soldiers from the attack on Fort Sumter through the battle at Bull Run - BRAND NEW Softcover - $8.95
Nash, Eugene A. - A HISTORY OF THE FORTY-FOURTH REGIMENT NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR 1861-1865 - Chicago 1911 - Scarce 1st Edition - VERY GOOD Condition in 3/4 Leather with Marbled End Papers and Gilt Top Edge - Bright Gilt Title on Spine - 484pp - Photos - Maps - Roster - The 44th NYSV fought at Little Round Top - $425
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New York Monuments Commission - NEW YORK AT GETTYSBURG - Lyons Company, Albany 1900 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - 3 Volume Set in 3/4 leather with Gilt Top Edge - We originally purchased this set from the estate of Charles Sonnenberg of Cape Town, South Africa some years ago and it has finally come home again - Sonnenberg was a German Immigrant who served under General Dan Sickles at Gettysburg and returned to Cape Town following the war - he came back for various reunions with his old comrades - This Set is BOLDLY SIGNED and INSCRIBED by General Sickles (Chairman of the NY Monuments Commission) - "To Charles Sonnenberg with Regards of his Friend and Comrade - Sept 30, 1903" - Beautiful Full-Page Illustrations - Rosters - Index - $3500

THE OFFICIAL REPORTS OF THE NEW YORK STATES UNITS AT GETTYSBURG: FROM THE WAR OF THE REBELLION RECORDS - Benedum Books - 132 pages - Brand New Softcover - $9.95
Seward R. Osborne - HOLDING THE LEFT AT GETTYSBURG: THE 20TH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA ON JULY 1, 1863 - Longstreet House, 1990 - 31pp - Maps and Photos - BRAND NEW Softcover - $6
Seward Osborne - THE SAGA OF THE MOUNTAIN LEGION 156TH N. Y. VOLUNTEERS - Longstreet House - The first study of this unit from Ulster County - 40 page booklet with 10 illustrations - BRAND NEW Softcover - $6
Seward R. Osborne - THE THREE-MONTH SERVICE OF THE 20TH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA, APRIL 28-AUGUST 2, 1861 - Longstreet House - 44pp - Introduction by Brian Pohanka - Map - Illustrations - BRAND NEW Softcover - $9
Thomas Ward Osborn - NO MIDDLE GROUND - Edmonston Publishing - Union Artillery during the war - from enlistment of BATTERY D, 1ST NEW YORK LIGHT ARTILLERY through Chattanooga, Osborn's "Letters from the Field" cover battles of Williamsburg, Seven Pines, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Chattanooga and include his observations on McClellan, Hooker, Sherman, Grant and others - 224pp - illustrations - maps - index - footnotes - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Daniel Peck (9th NY Vols) - DEAR RACHEL: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF DANIEL PECK - Berrybook Press - 76pp - Index - Photos - Compiled and Edited by Martha G. Stanford (Signed by editor at no extra charge) - Peck wrote home to his sister, a Chatauqua school teacher, during his units action at Culpepper, gettysburg, Wilderness and other areas in the east - Brand New Softcover - $18
Penfield, James (Captain, 5th NY Cavalry) - THE 1863-1864 CIVIL WAR DIARY OF CAPTAIN JAMES PENFIELD, 5TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER CAVALRY COMPANY H - Ticonderoga 1999 - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 285pp - Photos - Biblio - Index - Details on Libby, Oglethorpe, Sorghum and Charleston Prisons - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $40
William W. Potter (Surgeon, 57th NY Vols) - ONE SURGEON'S PRIVATE WAR - White Mane, Shippensburg - Edited by J. Michael Priest - 172pp - Details of service in the 49th NY Volunteers and 57th NY Volunteer Infantry by the physician who served as Assistant Surgeon for the 49th and Surgeon for the 57th - $19.95
George H. Putnam (176th NY Vols) - A PRISONER OF WAR IN VIRGINIA 1864-65 - Putnam's - N.Y. 1912 - Fine Condition - Gleason Collection Bookplate and number - 1st Edition - Photo Illustrated - Life in Libby and Danville Prisons - With tipped in Inscription "With the cordial regards of Geo. Haven Putnam, Dec 1926" - Boldly Signed - $125
Raus, Edmund - WHERE DUTY CALLED THEM: THE STORY OF THE SAMUEL BABCOCK FAMILY OF HOMER, NEW YORK IN THE CIVIL WAR - Schroeder Publications - 48pp - Photos - Illustrated - Willoughby Babcock served in the 75th NY and his brother Willis served in the 64th NY- Willoughby was mortally wounded at Third Winchester and Willis was killed at Gettysburg - BRAND NEW Softcover - $7.95
David F. Ritchie (Major, 1st NY Lt Artillery) - FOUR YEARS IN THE FIRST NEW YORK LIGHT ARTILLERY : THE PAPERS OF DAVID F. RITCHIE - Edmonston Publishing, 1997 - Edited by Norman Ritchie - Ritchie served first with the 14th NY Volunteers, then with Batteries "A" (The Empire Battery), "C" and "H" of the 1st New York Light Artillery. Breveted Major for heroism at Petersburg, his description of the Battle Seven Pines is one of the best in the annals of Civil War artillery - Illustrated - Index - BRAND NEW - $25.95
William A. Robinson - THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF WILLIAM A. ROBINSON AND THE STORY OF THE 89TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Heritage Books - ISBN# 0788415808 - BRAND NEW Softcover - Edited by Robert J. Taylor - index, 196 pp - President Lincoln's call for volunteers to fight for the restoration of the Union was answered by common men throughout the United States. William A. Robinson was one of them - a simple farmer and a family man from Delaware County, New York, who enlisted for a three year term in Co. I of the 89th NY Volunteer Infantry in the fall of 1861. Over the course of those three years Robinson and his fellows in the 89th would see service throughout the South, participating in engagements at Antietam, South Mountain, Fredericksburg, Suffolk, VA, the Federal siege of Fort Sumpter (1863), Cold Harbor, Petersburgh and Fair Oaks. Robinson wrote home to his wife Mary as often as the rigors of soldiering would allow, and over 100 of these letters have survived to the present day. Robert J. Taylor has transcribed Robinson's Civil War letters in their entirety, supplemented by a history of the 89th NY with accompanying rosters and an index of full names. The letters describe the everyday experiences of the soldier in the field, alternating between the monotony of camp life and the thrill of combat. More important perhaps are his references to the other men in the regiment, noting illness, injuries in battle, hospitalization, deaths, court martial, desertion, the arrival of new recruits and the dismissal of veterans. Four appendices round out the text: "Military Service of the Men of Company I," including date of enlistment, rank, age, date and circumstances of death or discharge, and other biographical information wherever known; "Regimental Staff Officers," noting the same; complete rosters for Companies A-H, and K; and a "Compiled List of Men Crossing the Rappahanock River, Dec. 11, 1862." With a bibliography and three portraits - Publisher's List Price = $22 - Our Price - $19
Alfred S. Roe (Private, 9th New York Heavy Artillery) - MONOCACY: A SKETCH OF THE BATTLE OF MONOCACY MD., JULY 9TH, 1864 - Toomey Press - Reprint of Scarce 1894 Original - 52pp - Maps - Photos - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $10.50
William J. Roehrenbeck - THE REGIMENT THAT SAVED THE CAPITAL - Thomas Yoseloff 1961 - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (minor edge wear) - Introduction by Allan Nevins - The story of the Seventh New York Infantry and it's defense of Washington during the first months of the Civil War - Mapped endpapers - Biblio Index - Photos - $45
George A. Rummel III - 72 DAYS AT GETTYSBURG: ORGANIZATION OF THE 10TH REGIMENT, NEW YORK VOLUNTEER CAVALRY - White Mane - 264pp - First Edition - Biblio - Index - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos. The "Porter Guards" as this unit was later known, trained and wintered at Gettysburg. - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
Saunders, Lisa - EVER TRUE: CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF SEWARD'S NEW YORK 9TH HEAVY ARTILLERY- Heritage Books - ISBN# 0788425269 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 202pp - Photos - unique perspective of the Civil War. Read little known details about: hangings; prostitution; amputations; desertions; theft and murder among Union troops; personal contacts with Lincoln and Seward, battles of Cold Harbor, Jerusalem Plank Road, Monocacy, Opequon, Fisher's Hill, Cedar Creek, the Siege of Petersburg, Mosby's Men, and the Shenandoah Valley and Appomattox Campaigns. The 9th Heavy Artillery was a member of the 6th Corps - Publisher's List Price = $19.50 - Our Price - $18.50
Norton C. Shepard (146th NY) - OUT OF THE WILDERNESS: THE CIVIL WAR MEMOIR OF CORPORAL NORTON C. SHEPARD, 146TH NY VOLUNTEER REGIMENT - Edmonston Publishing - Edited by Raymond W. Smith - Shepard tells about his wounding at the Battle of the Wilderness, capture and care in a Confederate Hospital and repatriation by a Union force sent to recapture their wounded comrades. Fully annotated and illustrated - BRAND NEW Softcover - $11.95
(115thNY) Silo, Mark -THE 115TH NEW YORK IN THE CIVIL WAR - A REGIMENTAL HISTORY- McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786477203 -BRAND NEW Laminated Softcover - 306pp - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - Photos - Maps - Rosters - This is the full story of the 115th New York, a unit with a unique history among Union Civil War regiments. Only two weeks after leaving home, the unit surrendered at Harpers Ferry in 1862. Sent to serve out its parole in Camp Douglas, Chicago, the regiment was convicted for burning its barracks and subsequently banished to Hilton Head, South Carolina. Later absolved, the unit fought at Olustee, the Bermuda Hundred Campaign, Cold Harbor, The Battle of the Crater, and Fort Fisher, earning a place among Fox's fighting 300 union regiments, a distinction based on casualty counts. The 115th fought alongside African-American units and witnessed the liberation of thousands of slaves and captured Union soldiers. Appendices provide a chronology and regimental roster - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $30.55

James E. Smith (4th NY Light Artillery) - A FAMOUS BATTERY AND ITS CAMPAIGNS - Benedum Books - BRAND NEW Softcover - Reprint of 1892 Original (Reprinted without 52 pages that included three stories after the war that followed the Appendix in the original - 181pp - This Battery was in position at Devil's Den on July 2. - $12.95
Sneden, Robert Knox / Bryan, Charles F., Jr (Edt)/ Lankford, Nelson D. (Edt) - EYE OF THE STORM : A CIVIL WAR ODYSSEY - Touchstone Books - ISBN# 0684863669 - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 329pp - Index - Full Color llustrations from Sneden's original work - Sneden was a Map Maker and Painter who enlisted in the 40th New York (Mozart regiment) - he was captured and sent to Libby Prison in Richmond and then on to Andersonville - $20
Thomas P. Southwick (5th NY Infantry) - A DURYEE ZOUAVE - Schroeder Publications - 142pp - Introduction by Brian Pohanka - SIGNED by Brian Pohanka at no extra charge - Added Photos - 59 Biographies - Index - Reprint of scarce 1930 original - Brand New Softcover - $20
Thomas P. Southwick (5th NY Infantry) - A DURYEE ZOUAVE - Schroeder Publications - Brand New Laminated hardcover - 142pp - Introduction by Brian Pohanka - SIGNED by Brian Pohanka at no extra charge - Added Photos - 59 Biographies - Index - Reprint of scarce 1930 original - $25
William B. Styple - THE LITTLE BUGLER: THE TRUE STORY OF A TWELVE-YEAR OLD BOY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Belle Grove Publishing - Gustav A. Schurmann was a 12 year old bugler in the 40th New York Infantry - he was a veteran of 10 battles from Bull Run to Gettysburg and was a guest at the White House where he was a companion to Tad Lincoln - BRAND NEW - $21.95
Swinfen, David B. - RUGGLES' REGIMENT: THE 122ND NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR - 122ND NY Volunteers - Univ New England - Hanover 1982 - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 159pp - Illustrated - Notes - Maps - Photos - Regimental Index - The 122nd New York fought at Antietam, Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Maryes Heights, Gettysburg, Mine Run, Brandy Station, Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, Petersburg and Appomattox Court House - $45
Taylor, Paul -GLORY WAS NOT THEIR COMPANION: THE TWENTY-SIXTH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 0786419954 -BRAND NEW Laminated Hardcover - 223pp - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - Photos - Detailed Regimental Rosters - $75
Taylor, Paul -GLORY WAS NOT THEIR COMPANION: THE TWENTY-SIXTH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 0786419954 - BRAND NEW Laminated Full-Sized Softcover - 223pp - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - Photos - Detailed Regimental Rosters - Publisher's List Price = $55 - Our Price - $51
Tuttle, George - THE CIVIL WAR JOURNAL OF LT. RUSSELL M. TUTTLE, NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 0786423315 -BRAND NEW Laminated Softcover - 240pp - Maps - Photos - Index - Tuttke served with the 107th NYSV - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $35.95
Charles S. Wainwright (Col, 1st NY Light Infantry) - A DIARY OF BATTLE - THE PERSONAL JOURNALS OF COLONEL CHARLES S. WAINWRIGHT, 1861-1865 - Stan Clark Books - 549pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Edited by Allan Nevins - Mapped Endpapers - Index - Maps - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $31.50
Sarah Rosetta Wakeman (153rd NY Vols) - AN UNCOMMON SOLDIER: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF SARAH ROSETTA WAKEMAN, ALIAS PVT. LYONS WAKEMAN, 153RD REGIMENT, NEW YORK STATE VOLUNTEERS, 1862-1864 - Minerva Center, 1994 - 1st Edition - AS NEW Condition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Edited by Lauren Cook Burgess (known well to the National Park Service) - SIGNED by Burgess - 110pp - Index - Photos - Private Wakeman was known as Lyons Wakeman until wounded and sent to the hospital where it was discovered he was really a she. Wakeman lies buried in the Chalmette National Cemetery in Metarie Louisiana - $40
Westervelt, John H. (1st New York Engineers) - DIARY OF A YANKEE ENGINEER - Fordham Univ. Press - 266 pp - Photos - Index - Biblio - Westervelt enlisted as a Private in Serrell's Engineers and went on board a steamer to serve in the Union campaign in Charleston, and later at Petersburg, Richmond, and Oulstee - BRAND NEW hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
William B. Westervelt (27th and 17th NY) - LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF ARMY LIFE: FROM BULL RUN TO BENTONVILLE - White Mane, 1997 - 273pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Index - Photos - Illustrations - Maps - Biblio - Westervelt first enlisted in the 27th New York Infantry, a 2 year unit and helped write the Regimental History of that unit. He later served with the 17th New York Veteran Zouaves, first as a Sergeant and ending as a Lieutenant. He was nominated for the Medal of Honor. This reprint of his 1886 original is edited by George Maharay and is printed on oversized paper. Each chapter starts with the editor's background information and highlights that explain some of the more important items or aspects of the battles mentioned in Westervelt's book. - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $36
George Washington Whitman (51st NY Vols) - CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON WHITMAN - Duke University, 1975 - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - FINE Condition - 173pp - Photos - Index - George Whitman was the younger brother of Poet Walt Whitman - Walt Whitman traveled to Fredericksburg when he learned his brother had been wounded and stayed to become a nurse, writing about the war and tending the wounded. The 51st New York, known as the Shepard Rifles, fought with Burnside and Pope, fighting at New Berne, Manassas, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Vicksburg, Spottsylvania, Cold harbor, Petersburg and Appomattox - $35
Frank Wilkeson (11th NY Light Artillery) - TURNED INSIDE OUT: RECOLLECTIONS OF A PRIVATE SOLDIER IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - Univ Nebraska Press - Reprint of 1887 Original - 246pp - Introduction by James McPherson - Map - Nevins says of this "Refreshing and charming memoirs, abounding in wit and sarcasm; among Wilkeson's varied assignments was guard duty at Elmira Prison." - BRAND NEW Softcover - $11.95
George F. Williams (5th New York Vols) - CIVIL WAR SOLDIER LIFE: IN CAMP AND BATTLE - Schroeder Publications - 44pp - Photos - Reprint of 1884 and 1893 Original Articles - "Lights and Shadows of Army Life" and "Crossing the Lines" - This is a miniature Hardtack and Coffee - BRAND NEW Softcover - $6
Willson, Arabella M.- DISASTER, STRUGGLE, TRIUMPH: ADVENTURES OF 1,000 BOYS IN BLUE (126th NYSV) - Albany 1870 - 1st Edition - VERY GOOD Condition - wear to spine ends - Orange Cloth with Gilt Title on Spine - 593pp - Rosters - Biographical Sketches - Maps - Plates - $275
Willson, Arabella M.- DISASTER, STRUGGLE, TRIUMPH: ADVENTURES OF 1,000 BOYS IN BLUE (126th NYSV) - Albany 1870 - 1st Edition - VERY GOOD Condition - wear to spine ends - Green Cloth with Gilt Title on Spine - 593pp - Rosters - Biographical Sketches - Maps - Plates - $275

NORTH CAROLINA


John G. Barrett - CIVIL WAR IN NORTH CAROLINA - Univ North Carolina - 484pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Index - Maps - Photos - In Tall Cotton 7 - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List - $34.95 - Our Price - $31.45
John G. Barrett - CIVIL WAR IN NORTH CAROLINA - Univ North Carolina - In Tall Cotton #7 - BRAND NEW Softcover - $16.95
Alfred Horatio Belo (11th NC Volunteers)- REMINISCENCES OF A NORTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEER - Olde Soldier Books - 56pp - Edited by Stuart Wright, this incorporates additional material from Belo's wartime letters to Carrie Fries and regimental histories and rosters. This unit was also known as the Forsythe Rifles, later designated Company "D", 11th Regiment North Carolina Volunteers - BRAND NEW Softcover - $20
Casey, Cindy H. - PIEDMONT SOLDIERS AND THEIR FAMILIES - NORTH CAROLINA - Arcadia Publishing - BRAND NEW Softcover - 128pp - Photos and biographical sketches of Confederate Soldiers from North Carolina - $18.99
(28th NC) Casstevens, Frances H - THE 28TH NORTH CAROLINA INFANTRY : A CIVIL WAR HISTORY AND ROSTER - McFarland Pub - ISBN# 9780786477135 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 315pp - 45 photos - maps - glossary - appendices - notes - bibliography - index - In April 1861, public opinion in North Carolina was divided between Union and secession supporters. It was only after President Lincoln issued his call to arms to subdue the rebel state of South Carolina that North Carolina seceded, primarily in protest of the order to fight her sister state. Beginning with a look at the prevailing atmosphere in North Carolina in the spring of 1861, this volume provides an in-depth history of one Confederate infantry regiment, the 28th North Carolina, which was comprised primarily of units from the central and southwestern parts of the state. It discusses the various battles in which the 28th North Carolina was involved, including Hanover Court House, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Chapin's Farm and Appomattox. Special emphasis is placed on the thoughts and surviving accounts provided by those soldiers who witnessed firsthand the atrocities of war. Appendices contain (among other items) a chronology of the 28th North Carolina; a list of casualties among officers; a list of casualties in the 28th from 1862 through 1864; and the full text of letters from two members of the 28th, the Harding brothers- Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $29.65
Casstevens, Frances H. - THE CIVIL WAR AND YADKIN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA - McFarland Publishing - 298pp - Photos - Biographical Rosters - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $40
Casstevens, Frances H. - CLINGMAN'S BRIGADE IN THE CONFEDERACY 1862-1865 - McFarland Publishing - 264pp - Photos - Notes - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Oversized Laminated Softcover - Clingman's Brigade included the 8th, 31st, 51st and 61st North Carolina Infantry and fought at Battery Wagner in Charleston, New Bern, Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, and fought their final battle at Bentonville - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $37.99
Chapman, Craig - MORE TERRIBLE THAN VICTORY: NORTH CAROLINA'S BLOODY BETHEL REGIMENT, 1861-1865 - Brassey's - 288pp - Maps - Index - Notes - Photos - Biblio - Details history of the 1st North Carolina Infantry (later the 11th North Carolina) from the beginnings of secession to the surrender at Appomattox - Brand New Softcover - $16.95
Crews, C. Daniel - A STORM IN THE LAND: SOUTHERN MORAVIANS AND THE CIVIL WAR - Winston Salem, 1997 - 40pp - Photos - Illustrated - Details of formation of Forsyth Grays, Forsyth Rifles and other volunteers from this area who later became the 11th, 21st and 33rd North Carolina Regiments - BRAND NEW Softcover - $10
Archie K. Davis - BOY COLONEL OF THE CONFEDERACY: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF HENRY KING BURGWYN, JR - Univ North Carolina - 424pp - Illustrated - Maps - Burgwyn was one of the youngest Colonels in the Confederate Army and died at age 22 while leading the 22nd North Carolina at Gettysburg - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.45
Archie K. Davis - BOY COLONEL OF THE CONFEDERACY: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF HENRY KING BURGWYN, JR - Univ North Carolina - 424pp - Illustrated - Maps - Burgwyn was one of the youngest Colonels in the Confederate Army and died at age 22 while leading the 22nd North Carolina at Gettysburg - BRAND NEW Softcover - $18.95
Davis, Charles C.- HISTORIES OF THE REGIMENTS FROM NORTH CAROLINA: AN EXTENDED INDEX - Pelican Publishing - 704pp - BRAND NEW Softcover - Biblio - Full Name Index with Rank, Company, Battalion and Regiment information - Publisher's List Price = $50 - Our Price - $45
William A. Day (Private, 49th NCarolina) - A TRUE HISTORY OF Co, I, 49TH REGIMENT, NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS - Butternut and Blue - 141 pages - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos - Index - New introduction - Originally printed as a pamphlet in 1893 - Theunit's initial leader was Col. Ramseur. By May 1862, it became part of Ransom's Brigade andsaw action at Malvern Hill and Antietam that year. It then went to N. Carolina and S. Virginia and fought at Boone's Mill, Gum Swamp and New Bern, later returning to Petersburg to defend against the Union assault. The best portion of the book describes the Union siege and life in the trenches as well as the battle of the Crater - ANV - BRAND NEW - $25
Dunlop, W. S. (Major, C.S.A.) - LEE'S SHARPSHOOTERS; OR FOREFRONT OF BATTLE - A STORY OF SOUTHERN VALOR THAT NEVER HAS BEEN TOLD - Morningside Press - 499pp - Index - Dunlop commanded the sharpshooter battalion that served with and was part of Gregg and McGowan's North Carolina Brigade - the book also contains an appendix of 120pp containing the Story of the Mississippi Sharpshooters by Captain R. F. Ward - of Davis' Mississippi Brigade, relating that unit's experiences at Spotsylvania and the Wilderness - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $50
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
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
Bryan Grimes (4th NC Infantry) - EXTRACTS OF LETTERS OF MAJOR GENERAL BRYAN GRIMES TO HIS WIFE - Broadfoot 1986 - Edited by Gary Gallagher - At Seven Pines, all his officers and 462 of 500 men were either killed or wounded - Reprint of 1883 Original - Brand New - $25
37th NC) Hardy, Michael C. - 37TH NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS : TARHEELS IN THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 0786415436 -Brand New Laminated Hardcover - 352pp - Photos - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - This is the account of the unit's four years' service, told largely in the soldiers' own words. Drawn from letters, diaries, and postwar articles and interviews, this history of the 37th North Carolina follows the unit from its organization in November 1861 until its surrender at Appomattox. The book includes photographs of the key players in the 37th's story as well as maps illustrating the unit's position at several engagements. Appendices include a complete roster of the unit and a listing of individuals buried in large sites such as prison cemeteries - Publisher's List Price = $55 - Our Price - $51

(58th NC) Hardy, Michael C. - THE FIFTY-EIGHTH NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS - TARHEELS IN THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786434381 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 259pp - Photos - Notes - Biblio - Index - North Carolina contributed more than 70 regiments to Confederate service during the Civil War, but only four of those regiments were permanently assigned to service in the Army of Tennessee. The Fifty-Eighth North Carolina Troops, hailing primarily from western North Carolina, fought in battles such as Chickamauga, Resaca and Bentonville. This account follows the soldiers from antebellum life, to conscription, to battlefield, to post-war life - Publisher's List Price = $38 - Our Price - $36

2nd NC Cav) Harrell, Roger H. - THE 2ND NORTH CAROLINA CAVALRY - McFarland Pub - ISBN# 0786417773 - BRAND NEW Laminated Hardcover - 464pp - Maps - Tables - Notes - Biblio - Index - List of combat losses - Publisher's List Price = $55 - Our Price - $50

Hilderman III, Walter C. - THEY WENT INTO THE FIGHT CHEERING! - CONFEDERATE CONSCRIPTION IN NORTH CAROLINA - Parkway Publishing - ISBN# 1933251255 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 272PP - Notes - Biblio - Index - Maps - Illustrations - Publisher's List Price = $24.95 - Our Price - $21.95
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Daniel Harvey Hill - BETHEL TO SHARPSBURG: NORTH CAROLINA IN THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES - Raleigh 1926 - 2 Vol Set - Scarce 1st Edition - FINE Condition - Clean with Bright Boards and Spine Lettering - Son of the Confederate General known for asking Jeff Davis to relieve Bragg following the battle of Chickamauga, Hill authored the North Carolina volume of the Confederate Military History, Hill died after completing some 21 chapters of this work and his manuscript ends with Chapter 22 on the Maryland Campaign - $375

Houts Jr., Joseph K. - A DARKNESS ABLAZE: THE CIVIL WAR MEDICAL DIARY AND WARTIME EXPERIENCES OF DR JOHN HENDRICKS KINYOUN, SIXTH-SIXTH NORTH CAROLINA INFANTRY REGIMENT - St Joseph Museum - ISBN# 0972535365 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Dust Jacket Protector) - 354pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Photos - Includes reproduction of original diary - $29.95
(Deliver Us) Hoyle, Joseph J. - DELIVER US FROM THIS CRUEL WAR - THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF LIEUTENANT JOSEPH J. HOYLE, 55TH NORTH CAROLINA INFANTRY - McFarland Pub - ISBN# 9780786447572 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - Edited by Jeffrey Girvan - 233pp - Notes - Biblio - Index - Maps - Joseph J. Hoyle enlisted in the Confederate Army in May 1862 as a private. By the time of his death in September 1864, he was serving as a lieutenant in the 55th Regiment North Carolina Troops. The personal letters of this soldier, supplemented by the editor's overview of the events and actions of the regiment, offer a view of the common soldier as well as battlefield and camp culture. The letters also reveal, among other things, how this former schoolteacher urged his fellow soldiers forward at Gettysburg despite a sense that the cause was lost. - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $42.95

John Inscoe and Gordon McKinney - THE HEART OF CONFEDERATE APPALACHIA: WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA IN THE CIVIL WAR - Univ North Carolina - 480pp - Illustrations - Maps - Notes - Index - Biblio - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List - $39.95 - Our Price - $36
Jarrell, Wallace E. - THE RANDOLPH HORNETS IN THE CIVIL WAR : A HISTORY AND ROSTER OF COMPANY M, 22ND CAROLINA REGIMENT - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 0786416718 - BRAND NEW Laminated Hardcover - 197pp - Notes - Biblio - Index - Rosters - Photos - Publisher's List Price = $49.95 - Our Price - $47
(25thNC) Jones, Carroll C. - THE 25TH NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS IN THE CIVIL WAR - HISTORY AND ROSTER OF A MOUNTAIN-BRED REGIMENT - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786439911 - BRAND NEW Laminated Hardcover - 278pp - Photos - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - This historical account covers the 25th Regiment North Carolina Infantry Troops during the Civil War. Farmers and farmers' sons left their mountain homesteads to enlist with the regiment at Asheville in July and August 1861 and to defend their homeland from a Yankee invasion. The book chronicles the unit's defensive activities in the Carolina coastal regions and the battlefield actions at Seven Days, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Plymouth, Richmond and Petersburg. In addition, casualty and desertion statistics are included, along with a complete regimental roster and 118 photos, illustrations, and maps - Publisher's List Price = $55 - Our Price - $51

Killian, Ron V. - A HISTORY OF THE NORTH CAROLINA THIRD MOUNTED INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS: MARCH 1864 TO AUGUST 1865 - Heritage Books - This Union Cavalry unit from Western North Carolina engaged in guerilla raids to disrupt Confederate operations - 93pp - Detailed Rosters - BRAND NEW Softcover - $20 (CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK - ORDERS TAKEN)
Fred M. Mallison - THE CIVIL WAR ON THE OUTER BANKS: A HISTORY OF THE LATE REBELLION ALONG THE COAST OF NORTH CAROLINA FROM CARTERET TO CURRITUCK - McFarland 1998 - 243pp - Maps - Photos - Illustrations - Index - Detailed rosters of soldiers who joined Union and Confederate regiments - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $37.50 - Our Price - $34
Malone, Bartlett Yancey (6th N. Carolina) - WHIPT EM EVERYTIME - Broadfoot Publishing - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Jacket Cover) - Originally published in 1919, this is a Reprint of McGowatt Mercer 1960 edition - Edited by William Pearson and Bell Wiley - 131pp - Index - Photos - Roster - $65
NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS, 1861-1865: A ROSTER - North Carolina Archives - 744pp - Illustrated - Index - Vol I - ARTILLERY - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Ships 2-3 days via UPS direct from North Carolina Archives - Added charge of Two Dollars for shipping on this due to size and weight - $55
NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS, 1861-1865: A ROSTER - North Carolina Archives - 856pp - Illustrated - Index - Vol II - CAVALRY - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Ships 2-3 days via UPS direct from North Carolina Archives - Added charge of Two Dollars for shipping on this due to size and weight - $65
NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS, 1861-1865: A ROSTER - North Carolina Archives -744pp - Illustrated - Index - Vol III - Infantry 1st-3rd Regiments and Misc Units - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Ships 2-3 days via UPS direct from North Carolina Archives - Added charge of Two Dollars for shipping on this due to size and weight - $55
NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS, 1861-1865: A ROSTER - North Carolina Archives -768pp - Illustrated - Index - Vol IV - Infantry 4th-8th Regiments - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Ships 2-3 days via UPS direct from North Carolina Archives - Added charge of Two Dollars for shipping on this due to size and weight - $60
NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS, 1861-1865: A ROSTER - North Carolina Archives -BRAND NEW Hardcover - 760pp - Illustrated - Index - Vol V - INFANTRY (11-15th Regiments and 13th Battalion only) - Ships 2-3 days via UPS direct from North Carolina Archives - Added charge of Two Dollars for shipping on this due to size and weight. - $55
NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS, 1861-1865: A ROSTER - North Carolina Archives -BRAND NEW Hardcover - 792pp - Illustrated - Index - Vol VI - INFANTRY (16th - 18th Regiments and 10th - 21st Regiments only) - Ships 2-3 days via UPS direct from North Carolina Archives - Added charge of Two Dollars for shipping on this due to size and weight - $60
NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS, 1861-1865: A ROSTER - North Carolina Archives - BRAND NEW Hardcover - 736pp - Illustrated - Index - Vol VII - INFANTRY (22nd - 26th Regiments only) - Ships 2-3 days via UPS direct from North Carolina Archives - Added charge of Two Dollars for shipping on this due to size and weight - $55
NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS, 1861-1865: A ROSTER - North Carolina Archives -BRAND NEW Hardcover - 584pp - Illustrated - Index - Vol VIII - INFANTRY (27th - 31st Regiments only) - Ships 2-3 days via UPS direct from North Carolina Archives - Added charge of Two Dollars for shipping on this due to size and weight - $50
NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS, 1861-1865: A ROSTER - North Carolina Archives -BRAND NEW Hardcover -Approx 676pp - Illustrated - Maps - Index - Vol IX - Covers 32nd - 35th and 37th Infantry Regiments - JUST RELEASED - - Ships 2-3 days via UPS direct from North Carolina Archives - Added charge of Two Dollars for shipping on this due to size and weight - $55
NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS, 1861-1865: A ROSTER - North Carolina Archives - Approx 568pp - Illustrated - Maps - Index - Vol X - Covers 38th - 39th and 42nd - 44th Infantry Regiments - JUST RELEASED - Ships 2-3 days via UPS direct from North Carolina Archives - Added charge of Two Dollars for shipping on this due to size and weight - $50
NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS, 1861-1865: A ROSTER - North Carolina Archives -813pp - Illustrated - Index - Vol XIV - INFANTRY (57th, 58th, 60th and 61st Regiments only) - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $65
NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS, 1861-1865: A ROSTER - North Carolina Archives - Approx 800pp - Illustrated - Maps - Index - Vol XV - Covers 62nd, 64th, 66th, 68th Infantry Regiments - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $40
Raiford, Neil Hunter - THE 4TH NORTH CAROLINA CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR -McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 0786414685 -BRAND NEW Laminated Softcover - 302pp - Illustrated - Photos - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - Detailed Rosters - the 4th NC Cavalry was recruited under the Partisan Ranger Act and was formed from 7 companies of men representing some 15 different North Carolina counties - they fought in N. Carolina, Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania as part of Lee's Army of Northern Virginia - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $36,95
Clyde H. Ray - ACROSS THE DARK RIVER: THE ODYSSEY OF THE 56TH NORTH CAROLINA INFANTRY IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR - Parkway Publishers, 1996 - 247pp - "Out of the mist, out of the deep night, out of the long silence, the men of the 56th North Carolina Infantry, Confederate States Army now once more step forward." - The author has written a moving piece based on historical research, yet written in the voices of the members of this regiment. A GREAT READ! - Softcover - BRAND NEW - $95- We have one SIGNED Copy for $125 (This is now out of print)
REGULATIONS FOR THE UNIFORM DRESS AND EQUIPMENTS OF THE VOLUNTEER & STATE TROOPS OF NORTH CAROLINA, 1861 - Wraps - Reprint of 10 page pamphlet used by NC Troops - BRAND NEW Softcover - $5
Schipke, Norman Carrington - WE CAN HEAR THE YANKEE DRUMS BEATING: SIM CARRINGTON AND THE BLOODY 6TH NORTH CAROLINA - North Carolina 2001 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Index - Notes - Illustrations - $24.95
Sloan, John A. - REMINISCENCES OF THE GUILFORD GRAYS, CO. B, 27TH N.C. REGIMENT - Wendell 1978 - Reprint of Scarce 1883 Original - BRAND NEW Hardcover - 130pp - Rosters - List of Battles - Recruited in Greensboro, this unit saw action throughout Virginia, including Fredericksburg, Wilderness, Yellow Tavern and Spottsylvania Court House - $35
William Alexander Smith (Major, 14th N. Carolina) - THE ANSON GUARDS - COMPANY C' FOURTEENTH REGIMENT NORTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS, 1861-1865 - Broadfoot Publishing, 1978 - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Reprint of 1914 Original - 368pp - Index - Photos - Rosters - The 14th North Carolina fought at Williamsburg, Seven Pines, Mechanicsville, Cold Harbor, Marvern Hill, Sharpsburg, Wilderness, Chancellorsville, Spottsylvania and Gettysburg - $40
Speer, Allen Paul - VOICES FROM CEMETERY HILL - Overmountain Press - 221pp - A participant in Pickett's Charge - Colonel William Asbury Speer marched with Jackson and fought at Gettysburg, Chancellorsville, Wilderness, and Spotsylvania - he was elected to the North Carolina Senate only weeks before his death - His diaries and letters provide details of battle and raise issues of deserters and Union sympathizers in Yadkin County - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
James Sprunt - CHRONICLES OF THE CAPE FEAR RIVER: BEING SOME HISTORIC ACCOUNT OF EVENTS ON THE CAPE FEAR RIVER - Raleigh 1914 - Scarce 1st Edition with Leather Spine - FINE Condition (unusual for this) - Includes Tipped In card "With Compliments of the Author" - Previous owner name on FEP - Details of Wilmington, Fort Fisher, Charleston, blockades and blockade running - BRAND NEW - $575
Peter F. Stevens - REBELS IN BLUE: THE STORY OF KEITH AND MALINDA BLALOCK - Taylor Publishing - JUST RELEASED - 256pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - A True story of two childhood friends who married on the eve of the Civil War and initially joined the Confederate cause only to later switch sides to the Union cause where Keith joined a guerilla company that harassed the Confederates and the couple's North Carolina neighbors - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Michael W. Taylor - TO DRIVE THE ENEMY FROM SOUTHERN SOIL: THE LETTERS OF COLONEL FRANCIS MARION PARKER AND THE HISTORY OF THE 30TH REGIMENT NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS - Morningside, Dayton 1998 - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 481pp - Maps - Photos - Footnotes - Biblio - Index - Complete Rosters - The 30th North Carolina was organized at Raleigh in 1861 and fought from Seven Pines to Cold Harbor, losing 16 percent of its men at Gettysburg - BRAND NEW - $39.95
Underwood, George C. - HISTORY OF THE TWENTY-SIXTH REGIMENT OF THE NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS IN THE GREAT WAR 1861-65 - Broadfoot Publishing - Reprint of 1901 Original edition - Brand New Hardcover - 158pp - Index - Rosters - Photos - $95
Christopher M. Watford - THE CIVIL WAR ROSTER OF DAVIDSON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA - McFarland Publishing - 224pp - Photos - Biblio - Index - Biographies of 1,994 men before, during and after the war - Complete rosters with rank, unit, personal and military history - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $40
Wood, Thomas F. (3rd North Carolina) - DOCTOR TO THE FRONT: THE RECOLLECTIONS OF CONFEDERATE SURGEON THOMAS FANNING WOOD, 1861-1865 - Univ Tennessee Press - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 280pp - Edited by Donald Koonce - Illustrated - Maps - Wood manned a field station at Kulp's Hill at Gettysburg, was near Stonewall when the general fell at Chancellorsville and was one of very few survivors of the Union attack at Spotsylvania where most of this division was wiped out - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27

OHIO


Bates, Ralph O. (9th Ohio Cavalry) - BILLY AND DICK - FROM ANDERSONVILLE TO THE WHITE HOUSE - Santa Cruz, CA 1910 - FINE Condition - Wraps - 1st Edition - previous owner name inside front cover - 99pp plus Index - Believed to be one of a number of fictious accounts of imprisonment and personal bravado in rebel prisons - Nevins calls this "Bad fiction masquerading as fact; author claimed that Wirz shot him three times" - $125
Baumgartner, Richard - BUCKEYE BLOOD: OHIO AT GETTYSBURG - Blue Acorn - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 254pp - 244 Photos - Engravings - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - SIGNED by Rick Baumgartner at no extra charge - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
(Bully Boys) Richard Baumgartner - THE BULLY BOYS - IN CAMP AND COMBAT WITH THE 2ND OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY REGIMENT, 1861-1864 - Blue Acorn - ISBN# 1885033389 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - SIGNED BY Rick Baumgartner - 549pp - Index - Photos - Biblio - Notes - Wartime letters from 40 Ohio Soldiers - Hurriedly assembled within hours of President Abraham Lincoln's appeal for troops following the bombardment of Fort Sumter, the 2nd Ohio Volunteers embarked on a journey in April 1861 that profoundly altered most of their lives. Few, if any, realized then the enormous human and financial toll a civil war between North and South would demand, but after 40 months of hardship, privation and loss the cost was plainly evident to those fortunate enough to survive. The 2nd Ohio Infantry Regiment was among the very first to heed the call to arms and leave its home state for the scenes of conflict. Originally organized for three months' service, it saw fighting in Virginia at First Bull Run just one week before mustering out. Reorganized in the late summer of 1861, the 2nd Ohio experienced the real "rough side of war" during the next three years of arduous duty in Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia, participating in many notable campaigns and battles, including Ivy Mountain, Huntsville, Battle Creek, Perryville, Stones River, Hoover's Gap, Chickamauga, Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge, Rocky Face Ridge and Resaca. Along the way the regiment's travails and triumphs were recorded in letters from the front composed for private and public consumption back home. Camp life and combat naturally attracted much attention, but the citizen-soldiers also commented freely and frequently on topics ranging from politics and slavery to short rations, military bungling and red tape, and, of course, their Confederate counterparts. As the first book-length work ever published on this distinguished regiment, The Bully Boys addresses the 2nd Ohio's previous omission from Civil War literature with award-winning historian Richard A. Baumgartner's compilation of wartime letters written by nearly 40 of its members. Supplementing the correspondence are 75 photographs and illustrations, as well as informative excerpts gleaned from a heretofore unpublished memoir by Anson McCook, a scion of the Buckeye State's famous "fighting" McCook family, who rose in rank from company commander to the 2nd Ohio's colonelcy. Understandably proud of the soldiers with whom he served, McCook sincerely believed that "Better material could not be found anywhere on earth." - $34.95

John Beatty (3rd Ohio Volunteers) - THE CITIZEN-SOLDIER: OR, MEMOIRS OF A VOLUNTEER - Time Life, NY 1983 - FINE Condition - Reprint - Originally Published in 1879 - Embossed Black Leather Cover - Gilt Edges - 401pp - Beatty commanded the 3rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry soon after the attack on Fort Sumter. His diary from June 1861 to January 1864 details the battles of his regiment, which lost nearly 40 percent of its men at Perryville. He tells of horrific fighting at Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge and other battles with the Army of the Cumberland - Nevins calls this "Highly readible observations on military affairs, slavery, officers, and places in both major theaters..." - $35
John Beatty (3rd Ohio Volunteers) - THE CITIZEN-SOLDIER: THE MEMOIRS OF A CIVIL WAR VOLUNTEER - University of Nebraska - 392pp - Index - Introduction by Steve Woodworth - Beatty commanded the 3rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry soon after the attack on Fort Sumter. His diary from June 1861 to January 1864 details the battles of his regiment, which lost nearly 40 percent of its men at Perryville. He tells of horrific fighting at Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge and other battles with the Army of the Cumberland - BRAND NEW Softcover - $16
(Burning Rails) Bentley, William G. - BURNING RAILS AS WE PLEASED: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF WILLIAM GARRIGUES BENTLEY, 104TH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - McFarland Pub - ISBN# 9780786444922 -BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 238pp - Photos - Glossary - Biblio - Index - Edited by Barbara Bentley Smith and Nina Bentley Baker - William Garrigues Bentley chose to leave the safety of home and family at age 19 fight for the Union. He enlisted in the 104th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company G, in 1862 and served for three long years before being honorably discharged. His firsthand account details his day-to-day life as a soldier, the long marches around Kentucky, skirmishes with the Rebs, joining with Sherman's army in the Atlanta campaign then chasing Hood into Tennessee and fighting in the bloody battle at Franklin, and on to rejoin Sherman in the winter of 1865 for the final months of the Carolina campaign. This book--compiled from a collection of 142 of Bentley's newly discovered letters and other documents--not only is an important historical record but also offers an insight into the political thoughts and feelings of the time. The book includes a complete roster of the 104th Ohio - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $33.99

Brewer, James D. - TOM WORTHINGTON'S CIVIL WAR - McFarland Pub - 256pp - Worthington commanded the 46th Ohio Volunteers at Shiloh - vocal about Sherman's blunders, he was illegally court-martialed and dismissed from the Army - Photos - Illustrated - Maps - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $31.50
Cope, Alexis - THE FIFTEENTH OHIO VOLUNTEERS AND ITS CAMPAIGNS 1861-1865- Columbus, Ohio 1916 -1st Edition -NEAR FINE Condition - 1st Edition Printing - Original Dark Blue Cloth with Nice Bright Gilt Title on Spine - Light wear to corners - 796 pages with corrections page at rear - one of Fox's Fighting 300, this unit fought at many battles including Shiloh, Stone's River, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Resaca, Kenesaw Mountain, Atlanta, Franklin, and Nashville - $395
Culp, Edward - RAISING THE BANNER OF FREEDOM : THE 25TH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE WAR FOR THE UNION- iUniverse Books - ISBN# 0595276083 - BRAND NEW Softcover - Edited by Tom J. Edwards - 399pp - Index - Maps - Illustrations - Notes - Biographical Rosters - Ships direct from publisher in U.S. - added charge will apply for Overseas Orders - $26.95
Cunningham, D. - REPORT OF THE OHIO ANTIETAM BATTLEFIELD COMMISSION - Springfield 1904 - FINE Condition Hardcover in Brown Cloth with Bright Gilt Title on Cover and Spine - 151pp - Illustrated - $145
Earley, Gerald - I BELONGED TO THE 116TH: A NARRATIVE OF THE 116TH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY DURING THE CIVIL WAR - Heritage 0788425293 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 269pp - Index - Notes - Biblio - List of Names and Grave Locations - Publisher's List Price = $25 - Our Price - $23.95
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 Rever, 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
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
(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

Gilson, John H. (126th Ohio) - HISTORY OF THE 126TH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Blue Acorn Press - 327pp - Reprint of 1883 Original - 58 Photographic and Engraved Images - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - a new index and 52 new photo portraits - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List - $30 - Our Price - $27
Hall, Jasper Newton (113th Ohio) - AT DEATH'S DOOR - A YANKEE SOLDIER'S STORY OF SURVIVAL IN CONFEDERATE CAPTIVITY - Blue Acorn Press - ISBN# 9781885033376 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 143pp - Biblio - Index - photos - notes - Edited and SIGNED by Richard A. Baumgartner - Captured at Chicamauga, Sergeant Hall was a member of Company E of the 113th Ohio Infantry - he was a captive for some 585 days - making him one of the longest-held Union captives - he was held in Richmond, Danville and Andersonville - he weighed just 94 pounds when he was released in 1865 - Publisher's List - $21.95 - Our Price $19.95
Hannaford, E. - THE STORY OF A REGIMENT: A HISTORY OF THE CAMPAIGNS AND ASSOCIATIONS IN THE FIELD OF THE SIXTH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Cincinnati, 1868 - VERY GOOD Condition - 1st Edition in Brown Cloth - Wear to corners and spine ends - spine fading - Clean Interior with no previous ownership markings - 622pp - Rosters - A Union Bookshelf Title (UBS # 181) - Nevins calls this "An unusually full history of a unit that campaigned from western Virginia through Atlanta; written shortly after the war, it has freshness and authenticity." - $345
Wilbur F. Hinman (65th Ohio Volunteers) - CORPORAL SI KLEGG AND HIS "PARD" - Henry Publishing Co. Reprint of 1887 title. 740pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - photographs - illustrations - appendix - with Introduction by Brian Pohanka - the author enlisted in the 65th Ohio at the start of the war and mustered out as a Lieutenant Colonel - This fictionalized tongue in cheek representation of Army life is quite accurate and reflects just what the soldiers lived day by day - $35.95
Robert Kimberly and Ephraim Holloway - THE 41ST OHIO VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, 1861-1865 - Blue Acorn - Reprint of scarce 1897 Original - Photos - Full Roster - New Index - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $28.50
Ladley, Oscar - HEARTH AND KNAPSACK : THE LADLEY LETTERS, 1857 - 1880 - Ohio University Press, 1988 - AS NEW Hardcover in Blue Cloth issued without jacket - 414pp - The author served in the 75th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment - Index - Maps - Photos - Rosters - Appendices - $145
Jim Leeke - A HUNDRED DAYS TO RICHMOND: OHIO'S "HUNDRED DAYS" MEN IN THE CIVIL WAR - Indiana University Press - The short, eventful history of Ohio's militia who were offered up by the Governor for 100 days of Federal Service - 272pp - Photos - Maps - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $26.95
Loop, Myron B. - THE LONG ROAD HOME: TEN THOUSAND MILES THROUGH THE CONFEDERACY WITH THE 66TH OHIO - Blue Acorn Press - ISBN# 1885033346 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Jacket Cover) - 236pp - Notes - Biblio - Index - Photos -Edited By Rick Baumgartner and SIGNED BY RICK at No Extra Charge - The original diary has been supplemented by diaries of over 40 regimental officers and men and 22 Added Photos and Engravings - Publisher's List Price = $26.95 - Our Price - $24.95
Lytle, William (10th Ohio) - FOR HONOR, GLORY, AND UNION: THE MEXICAN AND CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF BRIG. GEN. WILLIAM HAINES LYTLE - Univ Kentucky Press - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 244pp - Biblio - Index - Mapped End Papers - Left on the field for dead at Perryville, he was captured, later released and went on to fight at Chickamauga where he was killed after being shot while leading a charge - Publisher's List = $27.50 - Our Price - $25
Charles F. Manderson (19th Ohio) - THE TWIN SEVEN-SHOOTERS - Neely, NY 1902 - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Bright Gilt Illustrated Cover - Frontis of the Author as Colonel in 19th Ohio Volunteers Manderson went on to become a Brigadier General in the US Army Volunteers Details Battle of Stone's River (Murfreesboro) and Mission Ridge (Chattanooga) - $95
McMahan, Robert T. - RELUCTANT CANNONEER: THE DIARY OF ROBERT T. MCMAHAN OF THE 25TH INDEPENDENT LIGHT OHIO ARTILLERY - Camp Pope - 360pp - Maps - Photographs - Roster - Biographical sketches and Appendices - The author joined the 2nd Ohio Cavalry in 1861 and was sent to Kansas. In late 1862, he was involuntarily transferred to the 25th Ohio Artillery (hence the title of the book) and a year later was again transferred to Battery E, 2nd Missouri Artillery. He saw action in the Indian Expedition of 1862, Lone Jack, Cane Hill, Prairie Grove, Van Buren, Little Rock and the Camden Expedition. McMahan kept a very detailed diary in which he took careful note of his surroundings (he had a serious interest in geology and surveying) and made excellent descriptions of the various actions and battles he participated in. McMahan survived the war and went on to become a Presbyterian minister - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
Miller, Charles Dana - THE STRUGGLE FOR THE LIFE OF THE REPUBLIC : A CIVIL WAR NARRATIVE BY BREVET MAJOR CHARLES DANA MILLER, 76TH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Kent State Univ Pr - ISBN# 0873387856 - BRAND NEW Hardcover with a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 301pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Maps - Photos - Publisher's List Price = $34 - Our Price - $27.95
(16th Ohio Battery) Miller, James - HISTORY OF THE SIXTEENTH BATTERY OF OHIO LIGHT ARTILLERY. COMPILED FROM THE DIARIES OF COMRADES, THE BEST RECOLLECTIONS OF SURVIVORS AND OFFICIAL RECORDS - The Committee, 1906 - FINE Condition - SCARCE 1st edition - Hardcover in Burgundy Cloth - Solid Hinges - Bright Gilt Title on Front Board - 220pp - Rosters with Individual Photos - Maps - The battery was organized in Springfield, Ohio August 20, 1861 and mustered in September 5, 1861 for a three year enlistment under Captain James A. Mitchell. Despite its designation, it was actually the third battery raised in Ohio. Ordered to St. Louis, Mo., September 5. Moved from St. Louis to Jefferson City, Mo., October 13, and duty there until February 14, 1862. Moved to St. Louis, Mo., then to Pilot Knob, Mo., March 6. March to Doniphan March 21-31, 1862. Action at Pitman's Ferry April 1. Moved to Pocahontas, Ark., April 5-11; then to Jacksonport May 3. To Batesville May 14, then marched to Augusta, Ark., June 20-July 4. Marched to Clarendon, then to Helena, Ark., July 5-14. Duty at Helena and at Old Town Landing until April 1863. Ordered to Milliken's Bend, La., April 8. Movement on Bruinsburg and turning Grand Gulf April 25-30. Battle of Port Gibson May 1. Fourteen-Mile Creek May 12-13. Battle of Champion Hill May 16. Siege of Vicksburg, Miss., May 18-July 4. Assaults on Vicksburg May 19 and 22. Advance on Jackson, Miss., July 5-10. Siege of Jackson July 10-17. Ordered to New Orleans, La., August 21, and duty there until September 20. Moved to Berwick Bay and duty there until December 27. Ordered to New Orleans, then to Texas January 1, 1864. Duty at Matagardo Peninsula, Indianola, Powder Horn, and Matagorda Island until June 1864. Ordered to New Orleans, La., and garrison duty there until July 13, 1865. Ordered home July 13, 1865 - $350

(AnotherDay) Mollohan, Marie - ANOTHER DAY IN LINCOLN'S ARMY: THE CIVIL WAR JOURNALS OF SGT. JOHN T. BOOTH (36TH OVI) - Iuniverse Pub - 9780595423033 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 698pp - Utilizing diary entries, period newspapers, and photographs, Another Day in Lincoln's Army documents the compelling true story of Sgt. John T. Booth and the 36th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. The Civil War Journals of Sgt. John T. Booth brilliantly captures the ordinary day-to-day life of the Civil War soldier. From Western Virginia and Antietam Creek in Maryland to Chickamauga in the Tennessee mountains, this is the compelling story of Booth and the 36th Ohio Volunteer Infantry (OVI) in the American Civil War. One of only a few regiments privileged to have served in both the eastern and western theatres of the conflict, the 36th OVI fought in some of the bloodiest battles of the war. Booth eloquently journals the striking contrast between the often mundane activities of camp life and the horrifying sequences of battle - Publisher's List Price = $38.95 - Our Price - $36.95

OHIO MEMORIALS AT GETTYSBURG - Butternut & Blue 1998 - 142pp - Reprint - Among the scarcest of Gettysburg Memorial books - Photos of monuments with names of killed and wounded - BRAND NEW Hardcover -$25
Opdycke, Emerson - TO BATTLE FOR GOD AND THE RIGHT : THE CIVIL WAR LETTERBOOKS OF EMERSON OPDYCKE - Univ Illinois Press - ISBN# 0252027744 -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 332pp - Index - Biblio - Opdycke was a Lieutenant in the 41st Ohio and later commander of the 125th Ohio - Edited by Glenn Longacre and John Haas - Publisher's List = $34.95 - Our Price - $32
William Pittenger (Lieutenant, 2nd Ohio Vols) - DARING AND SUFFERING - A History of the Great Railroad Adventure - 1st Edition - Philadelphia 1863 - VERY GOOD Condition - 288pp - Ex-Libris with pastedown from Boylston Public Library and call number on spine - previous owner inscription - Illustrated story of the Andrews Raiders and their attempt to capture the Confederate locomotive "The General" - Nevins calls this "The starting point for any study of the "Great Locomotive Chase" - $45 (DC)
William Pittenger (Lieutenant, 2nd Ohio Vols) -DARING AND SUFFERING - Digital Scanning - 300pp - Illustrated - Illustrated story of the Andrews Raiders and their attempt to capture the Confederate locomotive "The General" - Nevins calls this "The starting point for any study of the "Great Locomotive Chase"- Softcover Reprint - BRAND NEW - $19.95
William Pittenger (Lieutenant, 2nd Ohio Vols) - DARING AND SUFFERING - A History of the Great Railroad Adventure - Time Life - NY 1982 (M) Reprint -Orig Pub 1863 - Embossed Leather/Gilt Edged - 288pp - Illustrated story of the Andrews Raiders and their attempt to capture the Confederate locomotive "The General" - Nevins calls this "The starting point for any study of the "Great Locomotive Chase" - $35 - SALE PRICE - $25
Pope, Thomas E. - THE WEARY BOYS : COLONEL J. WARREN KEIFER AND THE 110TH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Kent State Univ Pr - ISBN# 0873387295 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 184pp - Rosters - Photos - Notes - Biblio - Index - $16
Prokopowicz, Gerald - ALL FOR THE REGIMENT: THE ARMY OF OHIO, 1861-1862 - Univ N.Carolina Press - 320pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Maps - Illustrations - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
(Duty Well Performed) Quinlin, Bradley / Haugh, Joshua - DUTY WELL PERFORMED: THE TWENTY-FIRST OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR- Little Miami Pub - ISBN# 9781932250930 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - SIGNED by Both Authors - 1st Edition - 222pp - Biographical Rosters - Index - Notes - Maps - Illustrations - Photos - The Twenty-first Ohio fought bravely in some of the Civil War's bloodiest battles, including Stones River, Chickamauga, and the Atlanta Campaign (Resaca, Pickett's Mill, Kennesaw, Atlanta, and Jonesboro). It was the first Union regiment to enter Savannah on Christmas Day 1864 and continued on to Bentonville during Sherman's campaign through the Carolinas. Before heading home to Findlay and other small towns in northwest Ohio, the Twenty-first completed their military commitment in Washington as part of the Grand Review - $35

Sawyer, Franklin - A MILITARY HISTORY OF THE 8TH REGIMENT OHIO VOL INFANTRY, ITS BATTLES, MARCHES AND ARMY MOVEMENTS - Blue Acorn Press - ISBN# 1885033311 -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover ) - Reprint of 1881 Original with 30 added Photos of unit members - 284pp - Rosters - Publisher's List Price = $32.95 - Our Price - $30.95
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Sherwood, Issac R. - MEMORIES OF THE WAR - Toledo, OH 1923 - 1st Edition - 238pp - FINE Condition - Brigadier General Sherwood was an editor and mayor before the war and started as a Private in the 14th Ohio - after the war he went on to serve as a judge and U.S. Congressman - This copy nicely INSCRIBED and SIGNED by General Sherwood - Illustrated - $225

Smith, Jacob - CAMPS AND CAMPAIGNS OF THE 107TH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Navarre, Ohio - Reprint of Scarce Original - Brand New Softcover - 316pp - Index - Rosters - Photos - $22.50
Marcus M. Spiegel - A JEWISH COLONEL IN THE CIVIL WAR: MARCUS M. SPIEGEL OF THE OHIO VOLUNTEERS - Univ Nebraska Press, 353pp, Illustrations, Maps. Edited by Jean Soman and Frank Byrne - Brand New Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $14 - Our Price - $12
Staats, Richard J. - A GRASSROOTS HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR VOL I: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF PRIVATE EPHRAIM COOPER, ONE OF MR. LINCOLN'S FIRST VOLUNTEERS (7th Ohio Vols) - Heritage Books - BRAND NEW Softcover - 180pp - Index- Photos - Notes - Biblio - Rosters of Franklin Rifles and Tyler Guards - Publisher's List Price = $25 - Our Price - $23
Staats, Richard J. - A GRASSROOTS HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR VOL II: THE BULLY SEVENTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Heritage Books - ISBN# 0788423746 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 202pp - Maps - Illustrated - Index- Publisher's List Price = $25.50 - Our Price - $24
Staats, Richard J. - A GRASSROOTS HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR VOL III: CAPTAIN COTTER'S BATTERY (1st Ohio Light Artillery) - Heritage Books - BRAND NEW Softcover - 270pp - Biblio - Illustrated - Index- Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
Staats, Richard J. - A GRASSROOTS HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR VOL IV: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF COLONEL WILLIAM STEDMAN OF THE 6TH OHIO CAVALRY - Heritage Books - BRAND NEW Softcover - 416pp - Biblio - Illustrated - Index - Maps - Publisher's List Price = $33 - Our Price - $30 (Currently out of stock - orders taken)
Nixon B. Stewart (Sgt, Co. E) - DAN MCCOOK'S REGIMENT: 52ND OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY 1862-1865 - Blue Acorn Press - with Added Index as well as 52 Photo Portraits, 11 of them new to this printing - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers), 245pp - when Sherman attacked Atlanta, the 52nd led the advance. During the next four months the Buckeyes' discipline, courage and endurance were tested as never before, their ranks reduced by 253 casualties - the highest total of any regiment in the 14th Corps, Army of the Cumberland. Recruited in Jefferson, Belmont, Tuscarawas and Van Wert counties, as well as Cincinnati, Cleveland and the state's Western Reserve, the 52nd was led by Colonel Daniel McCook Jr. Soon elevated to brigade command, McCook fought in the Perryville, Stones River, Chickamauga and Chattanooga campaigns, although his Ohioans experienced limited combat. When the rough slopes of Kennesaw Mountain were reached in June 1864 the 52nd met the grim face of war head on. In a desperate uphill assault against entrenched Confederates on June 27 at what became known as the "Dead Angle" McCook's brigade was repulsed, losing 35% of its strength. More than 135 Buckeyes were shot down, 45 of them killed or mortally wounded, including McCook. - Brand New - Publisher's List Price = $25 - Our Price - $24
Thackery, David T. - A LIGHT AND UNCERTAIN HOLD : A HISTORY OF THE SIXTY-SIXTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY- Kent State Univ Pr - ISBN# 0873386094 - BRAND NEW Hardcover with a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Dust Jacket Cover) - 321pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Maps - Photos - Rosters - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $28.95
Albion W. Tourgee (105th Ohio) - A FOOLS ERRAND - BY ONE OF THE FOOLS - Fords, Howard & Hulbert - N.Y. 1880 -1st Edition - NEAR FINE Condition - in Red Cloth with Bright Gilt Title on Spine - light exterior soiling - previous owner name on fep - $35
Voris, Alvin C./ Mushkat, Jerome - CITIZEN-SOLDIER'S CIVIL WAR : THE LETTERS OF BREVET MAJOR GENERAL ALVIN C. VORIS - Northern Illinois Univ - BRAND NEW Hardcover (All books with a Dust Jacket are Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 321pp - Maps - Index - Notes - 428 letters of the Commander of the 67th Ohio Volunteer Infantry - Publisher's List Price = $36 - Our Price - $32
Alfred C. Willett (113th Ohio) - A UNION SOLDIER RETURNS SOUTH - THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS AND DIARY OF ALFRED C. WILLETT - Overmountain Press, 1994 - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Edited and SIGNED by Charles Willett - 117pp - Indices - Photos - Appendices - Copies of Original Letters - the 113th Ohio fought in at Chattanooga, Kennesaw Mountain, Resaca, Peach Tree Creek, Jonesboro and Atlanta where they helped destroy the railroads - Brand New - $30
Willett, Robert - THE LIGHTENING MULE BRIGADE: ABEL STREIGHT'S 1863 RAID OF INTO ALABAMA - Guild Press - 232pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - When Col Streight raided Rome, Georgia, he got mules instead of horses for his regiments including the 73rd and 51st Indiana, 80th Illinois, 3rd Ohio and 1st Alabama (Union) Cavalry - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Willett, Robert - THE LIGHTENING MULE BRIGADE: ABEL STREIGHT'S 1863 RAID OF INTO ALABAMA - Guild Press - 232pp - When Col Streight raided Rome, Georgia, he got mules instead of horses for his regiments including the 73rd and 51st Indiana, 80th Illinois, 3rd Ohio and 1st Alabama (Union) Cavalry - BRAND NEW Softcover - $16.95

PENNSYLVANIA


For 116th Pennsylvania, also see Irish Brigade titles at bottom - Be sure to Check our New Research and regimental History Collection since it contains many other Pennsylvania Regimental Histories that may not be listed here
Thomas M. Boaz - LIBBY PRISON AND BEYOND: A UNION STAFF OFFICER IN THE EAST, 1862-1865 - White Mane - 229pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrations - Maps - Bibliography - Index - Details from the diary of Robert T. Cornwell of the 67th Pennsylvania Infantry - Brand New Hardcover - $24.95
Brady, James P. - HURRAH FOR THE ARTILLERY (Knap's Independent Battery E, Pennsylvania Light Artillery) - Thomas Publications, Gettysburg - Compiled from letters, journals and diaries of key battery members - well illustrated narrative allows reader to experience battles and marches - 464pp - Detailed Maps - Photos - Rosters - This unit fought at Manassas, Cedar Mountain, Antietam, Gettysburg, Chancellorsville, The Atlanta Campaigns and throughout the Carolinas - BRAND NEW - $29.95
Broadwater, Robert P. - CHICKAMAUGA, ANDERSONVILLE, FORT SUMTER AND GUARD DUTY AT HOME : FOUR CIVIL WAR DIARIES BY PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIERS - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 0786422211 - BRAND NEW Laminated Softcover - 213pp - Photos - Rosters - Biblio - Notes - Index - Covers Diaries of mem from the 6th Ohio Infantry, 2nd Penna Militia, 39th Illinois Infantry and 13th Penna cavalry - Publisher's List Price = $35 -Our Price - $33
Daniel Chisholm (116th PA) - THE CIVIL WAR NOTEBOOK OF DANIEL CHISHOLM: A CHRONICLE OF DAILY LIFE IN THE UNION ARMY, 1864-1865 - Orion Books - 1989 - 1st Edition - AS NEW Condition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - $30
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Corrigan, Jim - THE 48TH PENNSYLVANIA IN THE BATTLE OF THE CRATER - McFarland Pub - ISBN# 0786424753 -BRAND NEW Oversized Laminated Hardcover - 185pp - Photos - Notes - Biblio - Index - Maps - Order of Battle - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $42

George W. Darby (8th PA Reserve Vols) - THE CIVIL WAR MEMOIRS OF SERGEANT GEORGE W. DARBY, 1861-1865 - Heritage Books - Edited by Rogan Moore - 185pp - Index - Darby fought and was wounded at 2nd Manassas and imprisoned at Libby and Belle Isle - Includes appendices on 37th PA Vols, 191st PA Infantry andPrivate Goloden's wartime experiences - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $20 - Our Price - $18
Francis A. Donaldson (Capt, 71st Penna) - INSIDE THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC: THE CIVIL WAR EXPERIENCE OF CAPTAIN FRANCIS ADAMS DONALDSON - Stackpole - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos - Maps - Biblio - Notes - Index - Donaldson was a member of the Philadelphia Brigade - also known as the 1st California Regiment. After being wounded at Fair Oaks and returning to duty, he went on to serve in the Corn Exchange Regiment (118th Penna) - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price - $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
Dornblaser, Thomas F.(Sergeant, 7th PA Cavalry) - SABRE STROKES OF THE PENNSYLVANIA DRAGOONS IN THE WAR OF 1861-1865 - Philadelphia 1884 -1st Edition - VERY GOOD Condition - Bright Gilt Titles on Spine and Cover with Crossed Sabres - Gold Cloth with Original Brown Endpapers - FEP has "Co. E 7th Penna Cav" in ink - light motteling to boards - The members of the 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry came from Nittany Valley - 264pp - Folding Map - Nevins says of this "Contrary to its flamboyant title, this narrative of cavalry operations in the Deep South is a factual, reliable account by an obviously fair-minded soldier." - $375
William E. Doster - A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE FOURTH PENNSYLVANIA VETERAN CAVALRY - Longstreet House, 1997 - Reprint of 1891 title - 130pp - New Photos, Introduction and Index - BRAND NEW $20
Michael A. Dreese - THE 151ST PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS AT GETTYSBURG - McFarland Publishing - 200pp - Photos - Illustrations - Maps - Appendix - Notes - Biblio - Index - The 151st Pennsylvania was involved in fighting against Pettigrew's North Carolinians on July 1, and in repulsing the famous Confederate charge 2 days later. They lost 72 percent of their men to death, wounds, or capture - the 2nd highest of all Federal units at Gettysburg - Foreword by noted Gettysburg scholar Timothy Smith - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $55 - Our Price - $51
Evans, Samuel M. - ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA IN THE WAR FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF THE REBELLION 1861-1865 - ROLL OF HONOR - DEFENDERS OF THE FLAG - Pittsburgh 1924 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - 611pp (600 pages of Rosters) - Ex-Libris from Library of Congress (stamped "Surplus") - This copy bears Signature and Inscription of the Author to Theodore Tallmadge (Bureau of Pensions) as well as Paste-In Letter from Pension Library thanking him for gift of the book - $225 (Research Collection)
Gibson, J. T. - HISTORY OF THE SEVENTY-EIGHTH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Pittsburgh Printing 1905 - 1st Edition - NEAR FINE Condition - minor wear and soiling to exterior - Clean Bright Interior - Bright Gilt Title on Spine - 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 - $225 (Research Collection)
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
Bradley M. Gottfried - STOPPING PICKETT: THE HISTORY OF THE PHILADELPHIA BRIGADE - White Mane - 282pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrations - Maps - Bibliography - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Hagerty, Edward J. - COLLIS' ZOUAVES: THE 114TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS IN THE CIVIL WAR - LSU Press - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Led by the colorful Colonel Charles H. T. Collis, the 114th Pennsylvania was unique among the regiments in the Union Army. This unusual group of soldiers embraced the flamboyant uniform style made famous by the French army's Zouaves. Collis' original command, an independent company of Zouaves d'Afrique, battled Stonewall Jackson in the 1862 Shenandoah Valley campaign. Recruited in the summer of 1862 from Philadelphia and surrounding counties, its members were older and more highly skilled than the average Union soldier. Collis' Zouaves participated in many of the major battles of the war, including Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and Petersburg. - 352 pp - 30 halftones - 8 maps - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Hagerty, Edward J. - COLLIS' ZOUAVES: THE 114TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS IN THE CIVIL WAR - LSU Press - Dust Jacket - Led by the colorful Colonel Charles H. T. Collis, the 114th Pennsylvania was unique among the regiments in the Union Army. This unusual group of soldiers embraced the flamboyant uniform style made famous by the French army's Zouaves. Collis' original command, an independent company of Zouaves d'Afrique, battled Stonewall Jackson in the 1862 Shenandoah Valley campaign. Recruited in the summer of 1862 from Philadelphia and surrounding counties, its members were older and more highly skilled than the average Union soldier. Collis' Zouaves participated in many of the major battles of the war, including Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and Petersburg. - 352 pp - 30 halftones - 8 maps - Hardcover - AS NEW Condition - $20 (Research Collection)
HISTORY OF THE TWENTY THIRD PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - BIRNEY'S ZOUAVES - THREE MONTHS AND THREE YEARS SERVICE CIVIL WAR 1861-1865 - Philadelphia 1904 - 1st Edition - GOOD Condition - soiling and wear to exterior - hinges cracked and repaired - Book plates from Butner Collection and noted Artillery Specialist - Sydney Kerksis - 432pp - Photos - Rosters - Index - $275 (Research Collection)
HISTORY OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS 1862-1863 - Lippincott, Philadelphia 1906 - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Blue Cloth - Bright Gilt Title on Spine - Photos - Rosters - Chronology of Events - Organized at Harrisburg in August 1862, the 125th Pennsylvania fought in the Maryland Campaign, Antietam, Maryland Heights, Burnside's Mud March, and Chancellorsville - $250
Hoenstine, Floyd G.- MILITARY SERVICES AND GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF SOLDIERS OF BLAIR COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA - Harrisburg 1940 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - Rebound in Brown Cloth - 426pp with 162pp on Civil War and the balance covering 1812, Mexican War, World War I and Revolutionary War - Clean Tight Interior - Includes SIGNED Tipped-In Gift Card from Author - $175 (Research Collection)
William Hyndman - HISTORY OF A CAVALRY COMPANY: A COMPLETE RECORD OF COMPANY A, 4TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY - Longstreet House, 1997 - Reprint of scarce 1870 title - 250pp - New Photos - Introduction and Index - $30
Judson, Amos M. - HISTORY OF THE 83RD REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS - Morningside Books - 333pp - Photos - Roster - Reprint of Scarce Regimental History originally published in 1865 - Nevins calls this "...one of the better regimental histories that appeared immediately after the war; author recounts many experiences of regimental members during campaigns in the East." BRAND NEW Hardcover - $35
King, Horatio C & Charles Lydecker - IN MEMORIAM, ALEXANDER STEWART WEBB (WEBB AND HIS BRIGADE AT THE ANGLE, GETTYSBURG) - Benedum - 132pp - Illustrated - Photos - Reprint of 1916 Original - Details the actions of General Webb and the Philadelphia brigade - the 69th, 71st, 72 and 106th Pennsylvania Infantry - at Gettysburg and the dedication of the Monument to Webb - BRAND NEW Softcover - $9.95
Kirk, Charles H.(1st Lieutenant, Co. E) - HISTORY OF THE FIFTEENTH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER CAVALRY KNOWN AS THE ANDERSON CAVALRY IN THE REBELLION OF 1861-1865 - Philadelphia 1906 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - Bright Green Boards - Bright Gilt Title on Spine - Bright Gilt 15th PA Cavalry Emblem on Front Board - Exceptionally Clean and Bright Interior - Bright Clean Unblemished Fold Out Map in Rear Pocket - SCARCE in This Condition! - $475 (Research Collection)
Laciar, Jacob D. - PATRIOTISM OF CARBON COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, AND WHAT HER PEOPLE CONTRIBUTED DURING THE WAR FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE UNION - Mauch Chunk 1867 - FINE Condition - Rebound in Block Cloth - Missing Title Page - 120pp - Rosters - Illustrated - $125 (Research Collection)
(Fencibles) (Fencibles) (Fencibles) Lanard, Thomas S. - ONE HUNDRED YEARS WITH THE STATE FENCIBLES - A HISTORY OF THE INFANTRY CORPS, INFANTRY BATTALION AND OLD GUARD STATE FENCIBLES 1813-1913 - Philadelphia 1913 - FINE Condition - Bright Covers and Spine - Clean and Tight Interior - 435 pp plus Muster Rolls, Index, and Manual of Arms - Photos - $250

Lash, Gary - THE HISTORY OF EDWARD BAKER'S CALIFORNIA REGIMENT (71st PENNSYLVANIA) - Butternut and Blue - Oversized and Heavy - 623pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 19 Maps - Photos - Illustrated - Originally organized from men of New York and Philadelphia, this unit ultimately became the 71st Pennsylvania Infantry and would go on from a devastating loss at Ball's Bluff to fight in Virginia and maryland - One of Fox's 300 - BRAND NEW hardcover - $60
Latta, James W. - HISTORY OF THE FIRST REGIMENT NATIONAL GUARD OF PENNSYLVANIA (GRAY RESERVES) 1861-1911 - Philadelphia 1912 - FINE Condition - tiny tear at spine top (from being pulled off the shelves by a finger on the spine!) - 1st Edition - 811pp - Photos - Rosters - Full Color Plates of Soldiers in Uniform - Blue Cloth - Bright Gilt Title on Spine and Front Board with Gilt Emblem - Clean, Bright and Tight Interior - $375 (Research Collection)
Larry B. Maier - LEATHER & STEEL : THE 12TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - White Mane - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 380pp - Index - Maps - Photos - Rosters - Publisher's List Price = $40 - Our Price - $36
Maier, Larry B. - ROUGH AND REGULAR: A HISTORY OF THE 119TH REGIMENT OF PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - White Mane - 376pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Biblio - Index - Maps - Illustrated - This Philadelphia unit fought at Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Mine Run, Wilderness, Spotsylvania and Cold Harbor. Fighting under the Sixth Corps, they also participated in the battles at Rappahannock Station, Third Winchester and Sailor's Creek. - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
Marshall, D. Porter - COMPANY K, 155TH PA VOLUNTEER ZOUAVES - Mechling Bindery -BRAND NEW Softcover - Reprint of 1888 Original - Rosters - Includes Supplemental Roster by Ron Gancas - $19.90
Martin, James (Private, 57th PA) - HISTORY OF THE FIFTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Belle Grove, Kearny - Reprint of 1904 Original - 230pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Index - Photos - Rosters - The 57th PA served in Kearny's Division of the Third Corps and fought at Fair Oaks, Seven Days, 2nd Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Spotsylvania and others - after Appomattox, there were only 97 of the original men left in ranks - BRAND NEW - $25
McJunkin, Milton (85th PA Infantry) - THE BLOODY 85TH: THE LETTERS OF MILTON MCJUNKIN, A WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIER IN THE CIVIL WAR - Schroeder Pubs - 201pp - Illustrated - Photos - Rosters - Biblio - The 85th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry served at Williamsburg and Seven Pines and then went on to North and South Carolina - Glossy BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Miller, James T. - BOUND TO BE A SOLDIER: THE LETTERS OF PRIVATE JAMES T. MILLER, 111TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY, 1861-1864 - Univ Tennessee Press - 1st edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 272pp - Illustrated - Edited by Jedediah Mannis and Galen Wilson - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
Miller, William J. - THE TRAINING OF AN ARMY - CAMP CURTIN AND THE NORTH'S CIVIL WAR - White Mane, Shippensburg 1990 - 1st Edition - in price clipped Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Mapped End Papers - Illustrated - Bibliography - Notes - Index - Located near Hrrisburg, this camp was the primary place for training Pennsylvania's Civil War soldiers - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Miller, William J. - THE TRAINING OF AN ARMY - CAMP CURTIN AND THE NORTH'S CIVIL WAR - White Mane, Shippensburg 1990 - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket - Mapped End Papers - Illustrated - Bibliography - Notes - Index - Located near Harrisburg, this camp was the primary place for training Pennsylvania's Civil War soldiers - FINE Condition - $25 (Research Collection)
Henry N. Minnigh (Captain 30th PA Infantry - 1st Reserve) - HISTORY OF COMPANY "K" 1ST PENN'A RESERVES - Thomas Publications - Reprint of 1891 Original - 152pp - This unit saw service at Manassas, Fredericksburg, Richmond, Antietam, South Mountain, Gettysburg and most other major engagements - BRAND NEW Softcover - $8
Mulholland, St Clair A. - THE STORY OF THE 116TH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS IN THE WAR FOR THE REBELLION - Fordham Univ. Press, 1996 - 1st Edition thus - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 480 pages - Maps - Photos - Rosters - Index - This unit, part of the Irish Brigade, fought gallantly at Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Petersburg and Wilderness. Its Colonel (Mulholland) was seriously wounded 4 different times, each time to return to the battlefield. He was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. - BRAND NEW hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
(Might As Well Die) Myers, Irvin G.- WE MIGHT AS WELL DIE HERE : THE 53RD PENNSYLVANIA VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - White Mane - ISBN# 1572493305 -BRAND NEW Softcover - 337pp - Maps - Biblio - Roster - Index - Photos - Publisher's List Price = $27.95 - Our Price - $23.96

Myers, John C. - A DAILY JOURNAL OF THE 192ND REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS - Philadelphia 1864 - 1st Edition -203pp - VERY GOOD Condition - chipping to top/bottom of spine - wear to corners - rear hinge cracking - Scarce Regimental - $275 (Research Collection)
Mark Nesbitt - 35 DAYS TO GETTYSBURG - CAMPAIGN DIARIES OF TWO AMERICAN ENEMIES - Stackpole, Mechanicsburg - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 224pp -15 b/w photos -20 maps - A comparison study of the events leading up to and including the Battle of Gettysburg using diaries of Franklin Horner (12th Pennsylvania) and Thomas Ware (15th Georgia) - BRAND NEW - $17
Oliver Wilcox Norton (Pvt, 83rd PA) - ATTACK AND DEFENSE OF LITTLE ROUNDTOP - A Morningside Reprint of 1913 title - A Gettysburg Classic! - 350pp - Maps - BRAND NEW - $25
Oliver W. Norton (Pvt, 83rd PA) - ATTACK AND DEFENSE OF LITTLE ROUND TOP - Stan Clark Books - Reprint of 1913 Original - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 350pp - Index - Photos - Nevins says "An exhaustive evaluation of the fight for the key Union hill; includes exerpts from the accounts of other writers." - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $25 - Our Price - $22.50
Obreiter, John - THE 77TH PENNSYLVANIA AT SHILOH: HISTORY OF THE REGIMENT - THE BATTLE OF SHILOH - Harrisburg 1908 - 2nd Printing - Revised and Corrected - FINE Condition - 341pp - Fold Out Maps Present - Clean and Tight Interior - Photos and Rosters - $175 (Research Collection)
Ogden, William H. H. - MY REMINISCENCES OF THE G.A.R. - Heritage Books - ISBN# 0788425021 - BRAND NEW Softcover - Edited by Richard Partington, Greast Grandson of Ogden - who served in the 4th PA Reserves - 116pp - Photos - Includes Ogden's diary of the last year of the war and many unique photos of veterans - $24
(Bethlehem) Pfeifer, James A. - BETHLEHEM BOY - THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS & DIARY OF JAMES A. PFEIFER, COMPANY C OF THE 46TH PA INFANTRY -Moon Trail Books - ISBN 0977314014 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 368pp - Notes - Biblio - Biographies of unit members mentioned in diary - Details of Atlanta Campaign in 1864 at Kennesaw Mountain - Edited by Carolyn Abel & Patricia McAndrew - Publisher's List Price = $24.95 - Our Price - $23.95

Piatek, Frank J. - CANNONEERS, TO YOUR POSTS! - JAMES H. COOPER'S BATTERY B, FIRST PENNSYLVANIA LIGHT ARTILLERY AT GETTYSBURG- Mechling Bindery - ISBN# 0976056362 -B RAND NEW Oversized Laminated Softcover - 61pp - More than a detailed rendition of a federal artillery unit's service in one of the most famous battles of the Civil War, "Cannoneers, To Your Posts!" is also the story of one of its members whose experiences as a captive and parolee provide a sometimes humorous and lasting appreciation of the personal sacrifices made during this epic conflict. Composed of men from a small rural community in western Pennsylvania, Battery B engendered the pride and spirit of that community long after the war was over as it honored the veterans who gave so much to preserve the nation. It was a record of service that resulted in its sustaining the highest number of deaths in battle of any Federal voluntary light artillery unit in the entire war, having participated in numerous engagements where its tenacity and dedication to duty was self-evident. Led by a young captain whose bravery was unquestioned, Battery B at Gettysburg exemplified the courage for which it was famous, participating in all three days of that battle throughout various portions of the field. Illustrated with both period and modern photographs, this study also contains explanatory notes that critically examine and evaluate extant sources, making it a valuable contribution to Civil War historiography - $12
William Brooke Rawle (3rd PA Cavalry) - THE RIGHT FLANK AT GETTYSBURG - Olde Soldier Books - BRAND NEW Softcover - 27pp - An account of the operations of Gregg's Cavalry. The author commanded the 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry and gives detailed descriptions of the cavalry battle at Gettysburg. His narrative is presented from his view of the field and portions of the battle that he took part in - $10
REGISTER OF THE COMMANDERY OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA APRIL 15, 1865 - SEPTEMBER 1, 1902 - Philadelphia 1902 - 1st Edition - 306pp - plus Index - Listing of Military Order of the Loyal Legion for Pennsylvania - FINE Condition - Rebound in Blue Cloth - Gilt Top Edge - Biographies of Officers of Army, Navy and Marine Corps who served in the Civil War for the state of Pennsylvania - $75 (Research Collection)
(50thPA) Richards, J. Stuart - A HISTORY OF COMPANY C - 50TH PENNSYLVANIA VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY REGIMENT FROM THE CAMP, THE BATTLEFIELD AND THE PRISON PEN 1861-1865- History Press - ISBN# 1596290897 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 222pp - Rosters - Photos - The men from Schuylkill Haven fought at Charleston, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg, and Petersburg as well as many other battles and engagements - Publisher's List Price = $21.99 - Our Price - $20

Richards, Louis (5th Ward Guards, Co. G, 2nd Rgt) - ELEVEN DAYS IN THE MILITIA DURING THE WAR OF THE REBELLION: BEING A JOURNAL OF THE EMERGENCY CAMPAIGN OF 1862. BY A MILITIAMAN - Philadelphia 1883 - 1st Edition - 4 x 6 inches in size - FINE Condition - Clean and Bright Covers - previous owner bookplate inside front board - 53pp - Richards served in the 5th Ward Guards, one of several Reading Militia units called up to defend against an expected attack by Lee when his forces marched into Fredericksburg, Maryland only 6 miles from the Pennsylvania Border - $175 (Research Collection)
Rollins, Richard and David Schultz - GUIDE TO PENNSYLVANIA TROOPS AT GETTYSBURG - Rank and File Pubs - Photos of Monuments, Commander's Names, Strengths and Losses, Details of Weapons - 8 « X 11 Size - Photos - a portion of the money from sales goes to Pennsylvania Monuments at Gettysburg - BRAND NEW Softcover - $17.95
Rowe, David W. (Captain Co. K) - A SKETCH OF THE 126TH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS - Chambersburg 1869 - Issued as wraps - Attractively Bound without covers in Black Cloth with Gilt Title on Spine - FINE Condition - Pencil inscription by "Judge Rowe" on fep - minor damp stains - 89pp - Rosters - $250 (Research Collection)
Rowell, John W. - YANKEE CAVALRYMEN: THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR WITH THE NINTH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY - Univ Tennessee 1971 - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - FINE Condition - 280pp - Maps - Photos - Biblio - Index - SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR - "With Kindest Regards - June 16, 1971" - $75
Rowell, John W. - YANKEE CAVALRYMEN: THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR WITH THE NINTH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY - Univ Tennessee 1971 - Stated 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (Price clipped) - Protected in a New Brodart Cover - FINE Condition - 280pp - Maps - Photos - Biblio - Index - $55
Richard Sauers - ADVANCE THE COLORS: PENNSYLVANIA CIVIL WAR BATTLE FLAGS - Capitol Preservation Committee 1991 - 2 Volumes - Oversized - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Index - List of Color Bearers - Full of Color Flag Plates - $90 the set
(83rdPA) Schellhammer, Michael W. - THE 83RD PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS IN THE CIVIL WAR - McFarland Publishing -BRAND NEW Full-Size Laminated Softcover - 227pp - Photos - Maps - Biblio - Index - The 83rd Pennsylvania Infantry suffered the second highest number of battle deaths of all the Union regiments, in every theater, throughout the course of the Civil War. Nevertheless, this hardy and determined unit was able to overcome loss, defeat and heartache through their enduring defense and preservation of the Union line during the pivotal battle of Gettysburg. This book offers the first-ever comprehensive history of the 83rd Pennsylvania. It combines official war records, personal remembrances of veterans of the regiment, information derived from opposing Confederates, and secondary sources to produce a remarkable story of leadership, endurance, hardship and triumph - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $36.95

Schroeder, Patrick - PENNSYLVANIA BUCKTAILS: A PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUM OF THE 42ND, 149TH & 150TH PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTS - Schroeder Publications - 316pp - Over 260 Photos of unit members with detailed biographies - Unidentified Photo section and Biblio - SIGNED by Author at no extra charge - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $45
Col. James K. Scott (1st Penna Cavalry) - THE STORY OF THE BATTLES AT GETTYSBURG - Telegraph Press, Harrisburg 1927 - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Maps - Photos - List of Union Officers Killed - Index - Nevins describes this as a poorly organized, but accurate story of the first day's battle - $125
Sipes, William B. - THE SEVENTH PENNSYLVANIA VETERAN VOLUNTEER CAVALRY , ITS RECORD, REMINISCENCES AND ROSTER - Pottsville 1905 - 169pp - 60 page Appendix - 143 page roster - 1st Edition - FINE Condition - Original Burgundy - Bright Gilt Cavalry Image on Front Board - Clean and Tight Interior - Evidence of dampness/discoloration to rear board (apparently from a spill) - Scarce Pennsylvania Regimental - the nicest copy we've seen - $400 (Research Collection)
Smith, Thomas W. / Wittenberg, Eric J.- WE HAVE IT DAMN HARD OUT HERE : THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF SERGEANT THOMAS W. SMITH, 6TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY - Kent State Univ Pr - ISBN# 087338623X - BRAND NEW Hardcover with a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 175pp - Maps - Photos - Notes - Biblio - Index - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $29.95
Smith, Thomas W. / Wittenberg, Eric J. - WE HAVE IT DAMN HARD OUT HERE : THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF SERGEANT THOMAS W. SMITH, 6TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY - Kent State Univ Pr - ISBN# 087338623X -BRAND NEW Hardcover with a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR - 175pp - Maps - Photos - Notes - Biblio - Index - $35
Cindy Stouffer and Shirley Cubbison - A COLONEL, A FLAG, AND A DOG - Thomas Publications - 84pp - Story about the 11th Pennsylvania Infantry and their mascot "Sallie" - BRAND NEW Softcover - $8
Sypher, J. R. - HISTORY OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RESERVE CORPS: A COMPLETE RECORD OF THE ORGANIZATION, AND OF THE DIFFERENT COMPANIES, REGIMENTS, AND BRIGADES - Heritage Books - ISBN# 1556134983 - BRAND NEW Softcover Reprint of 1864 Original - Two Volume Set - A history of the Corp and its role in the Civil War. One-quarter regimental rolls and individual records. The members of the regiment are listed by last name, and show when he was promoted, discharged, reenlisted, wounded, or killed. - Publisher's List Price = $43 - Our Price - $39
James B. Thomas - THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF FIRST LIEUTENANT JAMES B. THOMAS - ADJUTANT 107TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS - Butternut and Blue - Edited by Thomas and Sauers - 380 pages - 17 photos - This unit saw action at 2nd Manassas, Antietam, Gettysburg and more. Many details of quality and personality of unit officers - The only book-length study of this regiment - (APS#11) - BRAND NEW - $35
Thomson, O. R. Howard & William Rauch - HISTORY OF THE BUCKTAILS: KANE RIFLE REGIMENT OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RESERVE CORPS - Philadelphia 1906 - 1st Edition - VERY GOOD Condition - Hinges starting - Bookplate removal from inside front board - SCARCE Union Regimental of the 13th Pennsylvania Reserve - 466pp - Photos - Illustrations - Rosters - Index - $325 (Research Collection)
O. R. Howard Thomson and William Rauch - HISTORY OF THE BUCKTAILS: KANE RIFLE REGIMENT OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RESERVE CORPS - Morningside Press - Reprint of 1906 Original - 466pp - Photos - Illustrations - Rosters - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $55
Porter, John A. - 76TH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY (KEYSTONE ZOUAVES): THE PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF SERGEANT JOHN A. PORTER - Wilmington 1988 -1st Edition -1st Edition - Brand New Hardcover in Blue Gilt Decorated Cloth - 141pp - Rosters - Photos - Index - Maps - Edited by Michael Cavanaugh and others - First hand account by a veteran of the regiment who recorded his experiences in an otherwise unpublished typewritten manuscript in 1897 - $65
(155thPA)(155thPA)(155thPA) UNDER THE MALTESE CROSS: ANTIETAM TO APPOMATTOX, THE LOYAL UPRISING IN WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA 1961-1865 - CAMPAIGNS 155TH PA VOLUNTEERS, NARRATED BY THE RANK AND FILE - Akron, Ohio 1910 - 1st Edition - NEAR FINE Condition - Clean and Interior - Hinges barely starting - Increasingly SCARCE Regimental - $525

(155thPA)(155thPA)(155thPA) UNDER THE MALTESE CROSS: ANTIETAM TO APPOMATTOX, THE LOYAL UPRISING IN WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA 1961-1865 - CAMPAIGNS 155TH PA VOLUNTEERS, NARRATED BY THE RANK AND FILE - Akron, Ohio 1910 -1st Edition - FINE Condition Oversized Hardcover in Gilt Illustrated Blue Cloth with Zouave and Red Maltese Cross on Cover- Clean and Tight Interior with No Previous Ownership Markings - Cleanest Copy We've Seen - Color Illustrations - Includes Laid-in Ribbon from Bellevue PA 1907 155th PA Reunion (with Red Maltese Cross Imprint) - SCARCE Regimental and difficult to find in this condition!- $595
Charles Henry Veil (9th Regiment, PA Vol Infantry) - MEMOIRS OF CHARLES HENRY VEIL - A SOLDIER'S RECOLLECTIONS OF THE CIVIL WAR AND THE ARIZONA TERRITORY - Orion, NY 1993 - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Edited by Henman Viola - Veil was Orderly to General John Reynolds at Gettysburg and was credited with rescuing the General's body after his death. Veil was commissioned an officer in the 1st Cavalry for his actions at Gettysburg - Photos - Notes - Index - $25
Westbrook, Robert S. - HISTORY OF THE 49TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS - Butternut and Blue - 272pp - Reprint of Scarce 1898 Original - Introduction by Richard Sauers - One of Fox's Fighting 300, the 49th Pennsylvania fought at Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Mine Run, Wilderness, Petersburg, Williamsburg, Malvern Hill and Gettysburg - Rosters - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover - $40
Westbrook, Robert S. - HISTORY OF THE 49TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS - Butternut and Blue - 272pp - Reprint of Scarce 1898 Original - Introduction by Richard Sauers - One of Fox's Fighting 300, the 49th Pennsylvania fought at Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Mine Run, Wilderness, Petersburg, Williamsburg, Malvern Hill and Gettysburg - Rosters - AS NEW Condition - Oversized Hardcover - $35 (Research Collection)
Jesse BowmanYoung (84th Pennsylvania)- THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG - Harpers 1913 - 1st Edition - VERY FINE Condition - 463pp - Illustrated - Maps - Officer Rosters - Gilt Top Edge - One of the Cleanist and Brightest Copies we've seen - Owner name with Christmas Gift Notation on fep - Nevins calls this "One of the ablest and clearest studies of this pivotal campaign; includes valuable biographical sketches of all officers above regimental command" - $195
Jesse BowmanYoung - THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. THE 84TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY - Kallman Publishers - Reprint of 1913 First Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Index - Rosters - Maps - Illustrated - *UBS#246 - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27

RHODE ISLAND


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Burlingame, John K. - HISTORY OF THE FIFTH REGIMENT RHODE ISLAND HEAVY ARTILLERY DURING THREE YEARS AND A HALF OF SERVICE IN NORTH CAROLINA - JANUARY 1862 - JUNE 1865- Snow and Farnham, Providence RI 1892 - 1st Edition - VERY GOOD Condition in Dark Brown Cloth with 5th Rhode Island Artillery Emblem on Cover - This copy has evidence of a sticker on bottom of spine, but no evidence of being from a library - Clean and unblemished Interior - Professionally restored with new endpapers - 382pp - Rosters - Photos - Index - Union Bookshelf (UBS) # 206 - Frontis of Colonel Henry Sisson - 47 illustrations and portraits, including four maps (twofold-outs) - Protected by a clear acid-free mylar cover - $350

(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

Rhodes, Elisha Hunt (2nd Rhode Island) - ALL FOR THE UNION - Orion Books - 1991 book club printing - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - AS NEW Condition - Quoted extensively in Ken Burns' The Civil War, this is the diary of of the Private who enlisted in the 2nd Rhode island at 19 years of age and who fought from 1st Bull Run to Appomattox - $25
Allan L. Tischler - THE HISTORY OF THE HARPERS FERRY CAVALRY EXPEDITION, SEPTEMBER 14 & 15, 1862 - Five Cedars Press, 1993 - 1st Edition - 345pp - Mapped Endpapers - Photos - Fold-Out Maps - Index - Biblio - Notes - Appendices - Detail of cavalry actions at Harpers Ferry between Cole's Cavalry (1st Maryland), 12th Virginia Cavalry, Loudoun Rangers, 7th Rhode Island Cavalry, 12th Illinois Cavalry, 8th New York Cavalry - Brand New Hardcover - $25

SOUTH CAROLINA


E. M. Boykin, LCOL, C.S.A. - THE FALLING FLAG: EVACUATION OF RICHMOND, RETREAT AND SURRENDER AT APPOMATTOX - Jim Fox Books - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Facsimile Reprint of Scarce 1874 original - 73pp - in Grey Cloth with Silver Decorated Cover - Illustrations - Boykin commanded the 7th S. Carolina Cavalry - Gary's Brigade as rear guard for Confederate retreat from Richmond and last line of battle at Appomattox - $40
U. R. Brooks (6th S. Carolina Cavalry) - BUTLER AND HIS CAVALRY, 1861-1865 - Jim Fox Books - Reprint of 1911 title covers Butler in Hampton Legion, 2nd Cavalry and "Butler's Brigade" of the 4th, 5th and 6th S. Carolina Cavalry. Covers campaigns of 1864 and Carolinas Campaign of 1865 - 594pp - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $31.95 - Our Price - $28.75
J. F. J. Caldwell (1st South Carolina) - THE HISTORY OF A BRIGADE OF SOUTH CAROLINIANS FIRST KNOWN AS "GREGG'S" AND SUBSEQUENTLY AS "MCGOWAN'S BRIGADE" - Applewood Books - Reprint of 1866 Original - BRAND NEW Softcover - Reprint of Original - Covers 1st, 12th, 13th, 14th and Orr's Rifle regiments - Nevins calls this 'The best unit history from the Palmetto State; the author describes all of the brigade's many engagements and adds enough personal material to make the account both personal and human in scope.' - $25
Alexander and James Campbell - HIM ON ONE SIDE AND ME ON THE OTHER: THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, 79TH NEW YORK INFANTRY REGIMENT, AND JAMES CAMPBELL, 1ST SOUTH CAROLINA BATTALION - Univ S. Carolina - Edited by Terry A. Johnston Jr. - True story of a family torn by war as seen in the diaries and letters of two brothers - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $24.95 - Our Price - $22.45
Clary, James B. - A HISTORY OF THE 15TH SOUTH CAROLINA INFANTRY 1861-1865 - South Carolina Archives - ISBN# 9780979738319 - - BRAND NEW Softcover - 602pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - This military history book uses primary sources (letters, diaries, photographs and official records) to document the men and events of the 15th South Carolina Infantry from the beginning to the end of the great American Civil War. The book includes a nearly day-by-day account of the Regiment's activities from 1861 to 1865. In addition, included are personal biographies of the 1,442 men who served in the Regiment during the Civil War, allowing readers a first-hand perspective of life on the front lines as well as the home front - $39.95
Glenn Dedmondt - SOUTHERN BRONZE: CAPT GARDEN'S ARTILLERY DURING THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES - Palmetto Bookworks - 1st edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 255pp - History of the Palmetto Light Artillery which fought in all the major campaigns of the Army of Northern Virginia. Last off the field at Sharpsburg, farthest to advance at Gettysburg, first to retaliate at the Crater and fought one of the last artillery battles of the war on April 8th, 1865 - Photos - Maps - Index - Appendix - Rosters - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
Dickert, D. Augustus - HISTORY OF KERSHAW'S BRIGADE - Leonaur Publishing - BRAND NEW Softcover reprint in 2 volumes - 310pp & 295pp - Originally published in 1899 - Nevins calls this "A full, thick account of a famous South Carolina brigade; the author gives personal descriptions of campaigns in both East and West" - 730pp - Complete Rosters - $31.98
Emerson, W. Eric - SONS OF PRIVILEGE: THE CHARLESTON LIGHT DRAGOONS IN THE CIVIL WAR - Univ South Carolina - ISBN# 157003592x -BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 192pp - Biblio - Index - Photos - Maps - Rosters - Publisher's List Price = $24.95 - Our Price - $22.95
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
Hagood, Johnson (Brigadier General, CSA) - MEMOIRS OF THE WAR OF SECESSION - Jim Fox Books - 496pp with rosters - Reprint of 1909 history of the 1 SCV and Hagood's of the 11th, 21st, 25th, 27th regiments and the 7th SC Battalion - Beautifully written - Hagood's stirring words give the reader a sense of what it must have been like to follow such a great leader in battle - absolutely keen insight into the pathos that was the War for Southern Independence - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Publisher's List Price = $31.95 - Our Price - $28.75
Thomas W. Higginson (1st South Carolina Volunteers) - ARMY LIFE IN A BLACK REGIMENT - Time Life, 1982 - Reprint of 1870 original - Embossed Black Leather Covers - Gilt Edges - Marbled Endpapers - Index - Higginson was a preacher and abolitionist who fought in Kansas and was sent to S. Carolina to form this regiment from 800 slaves and a handful of freedmen. This unit mostly participated in skirmishes against Confederate irregulars - Brand New - $45 - SALE PRICE - $25
Jones, Eugene - ENLISTED FOR THE WAR: THE STRUGGLES OF THE GALLANT 24TH REGIMENT, SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS, 1861-1865 - Longstreet House, 1997 - 528pp - 17 Maps - 40 Illustrations - Full descriptive roster - $40
J. Edward Lee and Ron Chepesiuk - SOUTH CAROLINA IN THE CIVIL WAR: THE CONFEDERATE EXPERIENCE IN LETTERS AND DIARIES - McFarland Publishing - 192pp - Photos - Maps - Notes - Biblio - Index - Letters and diaries of women, including a Confederate spy; officers who left their homes and died in the war; German immigrants, and others from the Palmetto state - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $28.50 - Our Price - $26
David Jackson Logan (17th SC Vols) - A RISING STAR OF PROMISE: THE WARTIME DIARY AND LETTERS OF DAVID JACKSON LOGAN, 17TH SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS, 1861-1864 - Savas, 1998 - Edited by Samuel Thomas and Jason Silverman - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 255pp - Photos - Illustrated - Maps - Index - Biblio - Notes - Biographical Roster - BRAND NEW - $29.95
McFall, William and James - CIVIL WAR CORRESPONDENCE: LETTERS OF WILLIAM AND JAMES MCFALL OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA PALMETTO SHARPSHOOTERS - Danville VA 2000 - 1st Edition - 80pp - Edited by F. Lawrence McFall, Jr. - Photos - Index - Rosters - Brand New Hardcover issued without jacket - SIGNED by the Editor at No Extra Charge - $24.95
Frank M. Mixson (Sgt 1st S.C. Vols) - REMINISCENCES OF A PRIVATE - Jim Fox Books - Reprint of 1910 title - 130pp - Account of service in 1ST S.C. VOLUNTEERS from beginning of the war, with Army of Northern Virginia and East Tennessee Campaign - Douglas S. Freeman called this "One of the best and frankest narratives by a private soldier..." - BRAND NEW - $20
Stone Jr., DeWitt Boyd - WANDERING TO GLORY: CONFEDERATE VETERANS REMEMBER EVANS' BRIGADE - Univ S. Carolina Press - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) -331pp - Photos - Maps - Illustrations - Index - Notes - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
Thomas, John P. - GENERAL MICAH JENKINS AND THE PALMETTO SHARPSHOOTERS - Jim Fox Books - Reprint of 1908 title - 60pp - a composite of Charles Roland - biography on General Jenkins by Thomas, The Palmetto Riflemen (Company B, 4th Regiment/Company C, Palmetto Sharpshooters by Hoyt and added section on Battles and Marches of the Palmetto Sharpshooters - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $30
(Great Things) C. Irvine Walker - GREAT THINGS ARE EXPECTED OF US : THE LETTERS OF COLONEL C. IRVINE WALKER, 10TH SOUTH CAROLINA INFANTRY, C.S.A. - Univ Tennessee Press - ISBN# 9781572336636 -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket - Still in Publisher Shrinkwrap! - A fascinating collection of letters written by Lt. Col. Irvine Walker to his fianc‚ as he fought for the Confederacy in the Civil War's Western Theater from May 1862 until April 1865. This correspondence offers candid, revealing insights into the mind of a man whose devotion to the Southern cause was matched only by his desire to maintain the status befitting his high station in society. A South Carolinian who fought in the Army of Tennessee, Walker was a quintessential representative of what historian Peter Carmichael has described as the "last generation of the Old South." Walker viewed his participation in the war as the perfect opportunity to live up to the idealized sense of manhood championed by the men of his class and to defend its way of life. Not only do the letters provide firsthand accounts of the military campaigns in which Walker participated, they also show the war from a uniquely human perspective. Writing with passion and literary verve, the young officer was refreshingly open yet careful to present himself and his fellow soldiers in a positive way. He was quick to defend his friends, but he could be scathing in his criticism of others. Of particular interest is his defense of General Braxton Bragg, a commander whom many have maligned but whom Walker greatly admired. Making these letters even more fascinating are the postwar corrections and commentary that Walker added when he had his letters transcribed decades after the conflict. Also included is an appendix containing Walker's accounts of his participation in the battles of Franklin and Nashville. These various elements, along with the editors' introduction and annotations, make Great Things Are Expected of Us a significant contribution to the Voices of the Civil War series and to our understanding of the Confederate elites and the war in the West -- Publisher's List Price = $35.95 - Our Price - $29.25

Spencer Glasgow Welch (13th S. Carolina) - A CONFEDERATE SURGEON'S LETTERS TO HIS WIFE -Continental Book Co. 1954 -Reprint of 1911 Scarce Original - 127pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Nevins calls these "Extremely revealing letters of army health and field medicine on the Southern side; Welch was surgeon of the 13th South Carolina" (Infantry) - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $31.50
Stephen E. Welch - STEPHEN ELLIOTT WELCH OF THE HAMPTON LEGION - White Mane - 108pp - Edited by John M. Priest - Welch served first in the South Carolina Militia and then in Hampton's Legion from the beginning of the war until Appomattox - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $12
Manly Wade Wellman - GIANT IN GRAY: A BIOGRAPHY OF WADE HAMPTON OF SOUTH CAROLINA - Morningside, Dayton - 387pp - Index - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos - Biblio - Notes - Hampton was only one of three Confederate Generals promoted to the rank of Lieutenant General without having a formal education. He raised the Hampton Legion at his own expense and left Charleston to fight at Manassas where he was wounded. He went on to receive a head wound at Gettysburg. He commanded the Army of Northern Virginia's Cavalry after the death of JEB Stuart and served in that capacity until Appomattox - BRAND NEW - $35
Wells, Edward L. - A SKETCH OF THE CHARLESTON LIGHT DRAGOONS - Jim Fox Books - Originally printed in 1888 - Traces the Charleston Light Dragoons from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War. This company volunteered for service in 1861 and served as an independent Cavalry Company defending the land approaches to Charleston and keeping the railroad open between Charleston and Savannah. They later became Company "K" of the 4th S. Carolina Cavalry under Butler's Brigade. They served with Hampton in Virginia during the brutal 1864 Overland Campaign where Hampton remarked the action was so intense "We didn't have time to bury our dead." - South Carolina Regimental Series - Brand New - Publisher's List Price = $28 - Our Price - $25.20
Edward L. Wells - HAMPTON AND HIS CAVALRY IN 64 - Jim Fox Books - BRAND NEW in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Mylar Cover) - Reprint of 1899 Original - 429pp plus Index - Maps - Photos - A South Carolina Regimental Series title - Hampton fought the Federals at "a time when we couldn't bury our dead." Wells rode and fought with the 4th South Carolina Cavalry, Co. "K" Charleston Light Dragoons and wrote so the sacrifice of his comrades would not be forgotten - $45

TENNESSEE


Barber, Flavel C./ Ferrell, Robert H. (Edt) - HOLDING THE LINE : THE THIRD TENNESSEE INFANTRY, 1861-1864 - Kent State Univ Pr - ISBN# 0873385047 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 281pp - Notes - Biblio - Index - Detailed Rosters - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $32
Edwin Bearss - FORREST AT BRICE'S CROSSROADS AND IN NORTH MISSISSIPPI IN 1864 - Morningside Press - Maps - photos - index - 382pp - hand bound - A Morningside Original - This book was originally started by Glenn Tucker and completed by Ed Bearss following Tucker's death. "...the author traces the period of Forrest's activities from April through August 1864 with a special focus on the battle at Brice's Crossroads. The research is thorough and the writing will satisfy those who enjoy digging deep into campaigns: the text is saturated with details that Civil War buffs will appreciate." (CWIB) - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $45
(Tennessee Brigade) Bishop, Randy - THE TENNESSEE BRIGADE: A HISTORY OF THE VOLUNTEERS OF THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA - Pelican Publishing - ISBN# 9781589807709 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 392pp - Photos - Notes - Biblio - Maps - Index - The Tennessee Brigade saw action at Seven Pines, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, and Spotsylvania. The brigade suffered the first casualty at Gettysburg and was the guiding unit during the assault on the Union position on the third day of the battle. The brigade survived Petersburg's trenches only to surrender a fraction of its once mighty ranks at Appomattox. This book thoroughly examines the exploits of this unit, using extensive research, first person accounts, and a previously unpublished diary - - Publisher's List Price = $25 - Our Price - $22

Carter, William R. - HISTORY OF THE FIRST REGIMENT OF TENNESSEE VOLUNTEER CAVALRY IN THE GREAT WAR OF THE REBELLION - Overmountain Press - Reprint of 1896 Original - The author was a Sergeant in Company "C" - Added Index - Rosters - Maps - Illustrations - Photos - 351pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $25
Clark, Reuben G. - VALLEYS OF THE SHADOW : THE MEMOIR OF CONFEDERATE CAPTAIN REUBEN G. CLARK, COMPANY I, 59TH TENNESSEE- Univ Tennessee Press - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 163pp - Biblio - Index - Notes - Photos - Edited by Willene Clark - Captain Clark fought at Vicksburg and Virginia - he details imprisonment and mistreatment of Confederate POWs at Knoxville prison - Publisher's List Price = $27.95 - Our Price - $24.95
Thomas L. Connelly - ARMY OF THE HEARTLAND: THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE 1861-1862 - LSU Press - ISBN# 080712737X - BRAND NEW Softcover - 305pp - Maps - Photos - Biblio - Index - Nevins says this "...throws good light on conditions in wartime Tennessee"- Publisher's List Price = $20.95 each - Our Price - $18.50
Thomas L. Connelly - AUTUMN OF GLORY: THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE 1862-1865 - LSU Press -Brand New Softcover - 576pp - Publisher's List Price = $24.95 each - Our Price - $21.95
Cunningham, Sumner A. - REMINISCENCES OF THE 41ST TENNESSEE (C.S.A) - White Mane - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
W. C. Dodson - CAMPAIGNS OF WHEELER AND HIS CAVALRY - Jim Fox Books - Reprint of 1899 title - Published right after the war by Wheeler's Staff and edited by the Wheeler Cavalry Association Historian, this title covers Western Cavalry from organization in 1862 through the end of the war - includes added section on Wheeler's Cavalry in Spanish- American War - 507pp - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $32 - Our Price - $28.80
Edwin L. Drake, LTC, CSA - THE ANNALS OF THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE - Jim Fox Books - Reprint of 1878 title - 531pp - Campaigns, diary excerpts, and stories of the Army of Tennessee and its units arranged chronologically by month. Great source of information with tables of engagements, casualties and other Confederate units engaged - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $33 - Our Price - $29.70
Eckel, Alexander - HISTORY OF THE FOURTH TENNESSEE CAVALRY (Union) - Overmountain Press -150pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover (issued without jacket) - Reprint of 1929 original - Battle details and Rosters - $27.95
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 = $29.95 - Our Price - $26.95
James R. Fleming - BAND OF BROTHERS: COMPANY "C" NINTH TENNESSEE INFANTRY - White Mane - 192pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Maps - Photos - Bibliography - Index - Well-educated, zealously religious and unbelieveably 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 - $22.50
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
Mabel Goode Frantz - FULL MANY A NAME - THE STORY OF SAM DAVIS, SCOUT AND SPY C. S. A. - McCowat-Mercer, Jackson TN, 1961- 1st Edition - FINE Condition - in price clipped Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Davis served with the 1st Tennessee in West Virginia and Shiloh, serving with Jackson's Foot Cavalry before joining Coleman's Scouts - $45
Ed Gleeson - ILLINOIS REBELS: A CIVIL WAR UNIT HISTORY OF "G" COMPANY 15TH TENNESSEE REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Guild Press - 150pp - This unit left Southern Illinois to fight against their own neighbors - BRAND NEW - $22 Hardcover/$16.95 Softcover
Gleeson, Ed - REBEL SONS OF ERIN (10TH TENNESSEE) - Guild Press - 400pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - "Gleeson has done an outstanding job of capturing the flavor of these rough and tumble Irishmen." -- Confederate Veteran - BRAND NEW - $29.95
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
Hancock, Richard R.- HANCOCK'S DIARY: A HISTORY OF THE SECOND TENNESSEE CAVALRY, WITH SKETCHES OF FIRST AND SEVENTH BATTALION - Morningside Press - Portraits and Biographical Sketches - Reprint of Nashville 1887 Original - 644 pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $ 55.00
HARDIN COUNTIANS IN THE CIVIL WAR - Tennessee River Press - 70pp - Listing of all men from hardin County with brief histories of their units - Brand New Softcover - $15
Stanley F. Horn - TENNESSEE'S WAR 1861-1865 DESCRIBED BY PARTICIPANTS - Tennessee Civil War Centennial Commission - FINE Condition - 2nd Edition in lightly chipped Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Mapped End Papers - 364pp - Bibliography - $55
Hughes, Buckner - QUIET PLACES : THE BURIAL SITES OF CIVIL WAR GENERALS IN TENNESSEE- Univ Tennessee Press -BRAND NEW Softcover - $10
Nathaniel Hughes, Jr. - BRIGADIER GENERAL TYREE H. BELL, C.S.A : FORREST'S FIGHTING LIEUTENANT - Univ Tennessee Press - ISBN# 157233309X - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart cover) - 346pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Maps - Photos - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $40
Thomas W. Humes - THE LOYAL MOUNTAINEERS OF TENNESSEE - Overmountain Press - Reprint of 1888 Original - Illustrations - Index - 411pp - Brand New Hardcover - $29.95
Jordan, Thomas and J. P. Pryor - CAMPAIGNS OF LT GEN NATHAN B. FORREST AND OF FORREST'S CAVALRY - 704pp - maps - index - rosters - a Morningside reprint - BRAND NEW - $45
John B. Lindsley - MILITARY ANNALS OF TENNESSEE: CONFEDERATE - Broadfoot Publishing 1995 -BRAND NEW Hardcover Reprint of 1886 Original - 2 Volume Hardcover Set - Issued without jackets - This set still in publisher's shrinkwrap - $155
Andrew N. Lytle - BEDFORD FORREST AND HIS CRITTER COMPANY - Sanders & Co - 404pp - Reprint of 1931 original - Index - Preface by Walter Sullivan - Illustrations - Maps - Asked who was the greatest soldier to serve under him during the Civil War, General Lee replied "His name was Forrest." - BRAND NEW Softcover - $14.95
Andrew N. Lytle - BEDFORD FORREST AND HIS CRITTER COMPANY - Putnams (Milton Balch) , NY 1931 (1+) 15X22cm (1x2inch owner bookplate) - Scarce Title - Includes Full Color Copy of Original Chipped Dust Jacket (looks just like the original - almost impossible to tell its a copy) - $150
Noe, Kenneth W. - CIVIL WAR IN APPALACHIA : COLLECTED ESSAYS- Univ Tennessee Press -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Publisher's List Price = $42 - Our Price - $38
Phillips, V. N. "Bud" - BETWEEN THE STATES: BRISTOL TENNESSEE/VIRGINIA DURING THE CIVIL WAR - Overmountain Press - 191pp - Index - Photos - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Bromfield L. Ridley - BATTLES AND SKETCHES OF THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE - Morningside - 672pp - index - "Ridley's Journal" is a collectors item - this is a re-issue of a well-collected Morningside reprint - $47.50 (BRAND NEW) (M1599)
Ropes, Hannah - CIVIL WAR NURSE : THE DIARY AND LETTERS OF HANNAH ROPES- Univ Tennessee Press -BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price = $13.95 - Our Price - $12.50
Scott, Samuel W. and Samuel Angel - HISTORY OF THE THIRTEENTH REGIMENT TENNESSEE VOLUNTEER CAVALRY U.S.A. - Overmountain Press - Reprint of 1903 Original - Photos - Rosters - Added Index - 520pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $25
H. Gerald Starnes - FORREST'S FORGOTTEN HORSE BRIGADIER - Heritage Books - Brand New Softcover - 110pp - Index - Photos - Maps - Colonel James Starnes fought with Forrest's 4th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment in Kentucky, Chattanooga, Fort Donelson, Nashville and other battles - Dr. James W. Starnes was a prominent physician and planter in middle Tennessee whose Civil War service began when he organized the sons of the eminent families in Williamson County into a company of cavalry. The wartime encounters and perceptions of the officers and the private soldiers of Starnes' 4th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment are traced in considerable detail. This book features an epilogue that documents the continuing experiences of Starnes' regiment and brigade after he was killed in action, plus a genealogical account of Col. Starnes' family lines from their 1630 arrival in Massachusetts through his great-great-grandchildren, including photos of his 1858 family portraits - Publisher's List Price = $19.50 - Our Price - $18.50
Oliver P. Temple - EAST TENNESSEE AND THE CIVIL WAR - Overmountain Press - Reprint of 1899 Original - Photos - Fold Out Map - Index - 588pp - Brand New Hardcover - $45
Tennessee Historical Society - TENNESSEANS IN THE CIVIL WAR : A MILITARY HISTORY OF CONFEDERATE AND UNION UNITS WITH AVAILABLE ROSTERS - VOL 1 - Univ Tennessee Press - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover - 471pp - Indexed - Unit Histories of Union and Confederates with Rosters - Issued without jacket - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $35.95
Tennessee Historical Society - TENNESSEANS IN THE CIVIL WAR : A MILITARY HISTORY OF CONFEDERATE AND UNION UNITS WITH AVAILABLE ROSTERS - VOL 2 - Univ Tennessee Press - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover - 608pp - Indexed - Union and Confederate Rosters - Issued without jacket - Publisher's List Price = $48 - Our Price - $43
Sam Watkins (Pvt, 1st Tennessee) - CO AYTCH: MAURY GRAYS - FIRST TENNESSEE REGIMENT OR A SIDE SHOW OF THE BIG SHOW - Broadfoot Publishing - Reprint of McGowat Mercer printing from the 1882 original - Introduction by Bell Wiley - Brand New Hardcover in Dust Jacket - 231pp - Index - Photos - Private Watkins tells of his service in Company H, 1st Tennessee Infantry and fighting at Shiloh, Perryville, Chickamauga, Franklin and Nashville - $35
Sam Watkins (Pvt, 1st Tennessee) - CO. AYTCH : A CONFEDERATE'S MEMOIR OF THE CIVIL WAR - Simon & Schuster - BRAND NEW Softcover - Reprint of the Original - New Introduction - Index - 255pp.- $13
Sam Watkins (Pvt, 1st Tennessee) - CO AYTCH: MAURY GRAYS - FIRST TENNESSEE REGIMENT OR A SIDE SHOW OF THE BIG SHOW - Belle Grove - Books on Tape - A memoir of the Civil War by a Confederate Soldier - Read by Tennessee native Greg Daimwood, Co. Aytch comes to life as Private Watkins tells of his service in Company H, 1st Tennessee Infantry and fighting at Shiloh, Perryville, Chickamauga, Franklin and Nashville - - 6 hours long - List Price = $27.95 Our Price = $25.95
Young, John Preston - THE 7TH TENNESSEE CAVALRY, C.S.A. - A HISTORY - Nashville 1890 - SCARCE SIGNED First Edition - VERY GOOD Condition with Clean Interior - heavily worn corner on bottom front board 227pp - Illustrations - Rosters - This Copy Belonged to the AUTHOR - It is SIGNED by Young and has his Memphis address under his signature on rear of the front endpaper - Contains notations by the Author on Roster pages correcting name spelling of unit members - 3 Plates of images of unit members - including one with the author's image - $1200

TEXAS


James C. Bates (9th Texas cavalry) - A TEXAS CAVALRY OFFICER'S CIVIL WAR: THE DIARY AND LETTERS OF JAMES C. BATES - LSU Press - 328pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Edited by Richard Lowe - Bates served in the 9th Texas Cavalry from 1861 to 1865 and fought in some of the most dramatic clashes of the war - Elkhorn Tavern, Corinth, Thompson's Station and Etowah River - College educated, he wrote a detailed diary of some of the war's most significant cavalry actions - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
J. K. P. Blackburn, L. B. Giles and E. S. Dodd - TERRY TEXAS RANGER TRILOGY - State House Press, Austin - 256pp - Reprint of all three of the best memoirs of the Rangers - Winner of the Basil Duke Award in 1997 for the Best Confederate Reprint - Illustrated - New Index - Brand New Softcover $17.95/Hardcover $24.95
Lt Col W. H. Carter (6th Cavalry) - FROM YORKTOWN TO SANTIAGO - State House Press, Austin - Reprint of Scarce 1900 Original - 343pp - Illustrated - Index - History of the 6th U. S. Cavalry in the Civil War, fighting Indians in Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and the war with Cuba - BRAND NEW - $24.95
Albert Castel - GENERAL STERLING PRICE AND THE CIVIL WAR IN THE WEST - LSU Press - 300pp -illustrated - C.S.A. General Pap Price had been a legislator, lawyer, Missouri farmer, Congressman and Brigadeer General in the Mexican War. As Governor of Missouri, he joined the Confederacy and fought alongside Ben McCullough of the Texas Rangers - he fought at Iuka, Corinth, Helena and the Red River - Softcover - BRAND NEW - $14.95
Douglas John Cater (3rd Texas Cav/19th Louisiana) - AS IT WAS: REMINISCENCES OF A SOLDIER OF THE THIRD TEXAS CAVALRY AND THE NINETEENTH LOUISIANA INFANTRY - State House Press, Austin - 266pp - New Introduction by T. Michael Parrish - Illustrated - Index - Cater spent four years as a Confederate soldier, fighting at Pea Ridge, Wilson's Creek, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Franklin, Nashville and other battles - Brand New - $24.95
Chance, Joseph E. - THE SECOND TEXAS INFANTRY - FROM SHILOH TO VICKSBURG - Eakin Press - BRAND NEW Softcover - 216pp - Photos - rosters - bibliography - index - This unit served with distinction in Tennessee and Mississippi, participating in battles at Shiloh, Corinth, Vicksburg and other minor battles and skermishes. Principally remembered for its charge on Battery Robinett led by Colonel William P. Rogers during the Battle of Corinth. The unit contained many famous Texans - Ashbel Smith, William Rogers, John Moore, Sam Houston, Jr., Clark Owen, Maurice Simons and others - $17.95
Richard Corbin - LETTERS OF A CONFEDERATE OFFICER TO HIS FAMILY DURING THE LAST YEAR OF THE WAR - Butternut and Blue - 110pp - Index - Introduction by Robert Krick\ who calls this "among the half-dozen rarest Army of N. Virginia books" - Reprint of extremely rare title originally printed in France - Corbin served as an Aide to General Field under Hood's Texas Brigade, having one horse shot out from under him and another wounded at Fort Harrison and Fort Gilmer - Details of General Charles W. Field service in the Confederacy - BRAND NEW - $22.50
Crabb, Martha L. - ALL AFIRE TO FIGHT: THE UNTOLD TALE OF THE CIVIL WAR'S NINTH TEXAS CAVALRY - Post Road Press - 423pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Maps - Illustrations - Photos - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
Rev. Nicholas A. Davis - THE CAMPAIGN FROM TEXAS TO MARYLAND WITH THE BATTLE OF FREDERICKSBURG - The Steck Company, Austin, TX 1961- facsimile edition of 1863 Original - AS NEW in slipcase - 168pp - Five water color illustrations that represent artist's conception of appearance of soldiers in Fourth Texas Regiment of Hood's Brigade. Davis wrote his reminiscences & a partial history of the Fourth Texas Infantry Regiment during the war years & became one of the two Texans in Confederate Army to publish his reminiscences & history during the critical war years 1861 to 1865. - $95
Nicholas A. Davis (4th Texas Vols) - CHAPLAIN DAVIS AND HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE - LSU Press - BRAND NEW Softcover - Reprint of 1863 Original - Edited by Donald Everett with a New Foreword by Robert K. Krick - 256pp - Davis wrote his diary two years into the bitter fighting of the war, detailing religion in the field, duties of chaplains, conditions of wounded men and wartime Richmond - Index - Notes - Muster Rolls - Casualty Lists - $16.95
Dixon, Walter Clay - RICHLAND CROSSING: A PORTRAIT OF TEXAS PIONEERS - Peppermill Publishing - 386pp - Index - Details of the Taxas pioneers covering Texas involvement in the Civil War and life of John Wesley Hardin - BRAND NEW Softcover - Publisher's List Price - $25 - Our Price - $20
Fletcher, William Andrew - REBEL PRIVATE FRONT AND REAR - Dutton 1995 - FINE Condition in FINE Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 223pp - 1st Dutton Printing - Fletcher enlisted in the 5th Texas Infantry at Harrisonburg, Texas in August 1861 and fought in The Seven Days' Fighting, Second Manassas, Fredericksburg, and Chickamauga, where he received his second wound. He then transferred to the 8th Texas Cavalry and served the remainder of the war with Terry's Rangers. Hardcover - $35
Frazier, Donald S. - BLOOD AND TREASURE: CONFEDERATE EMPIRE IN THE SOUTHWEST - Texas A&M 1995 - 1st Edition - FINE Condition in FINE Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Hardcover - Nicely SIGNED by Author on Title Page - $55
Hale, Douglas - THE THIRD TEXAS CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Univ Oklahoma Press - 368pp - Recruited from 26 counties in Northeast Texas, this was one of the most famous Confederate Units from Texas - BRAND NEW Softcover - $17.95
Hall, Martin Hardwick - SIBLEY'S NEW MEXICO CAMPAIGN - Univ of New Mexico Pr - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Reprint of the 1960 Original with Foreword by Jerry Thompson - 232pp - Map - Index - Biblio - Rosters - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $26.95
Healey, Donald W. - THE ROAD TO GLORIETA: A CONFEDERATE ARMY (7th Texas) MARCHES THROUGH NEW MEXICO - Heritage Books - ISBN# 0788423789 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 565pp - Biblio - Index - Maps - Illustrations - Publisher's List Price = $43.50 - Our Price - $39
M. Jane Johansson - PECULIAR HONOR: A HISTORY OF THE 28TH TEXAS CAVALRY, 1862-1865 - Univ Arkansas - 192pp - Illustrated - The 28th Texas (C.S.A) was part of Walker's Division and campaigned throughout the Civil War in Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. They are credited with preventing Texas from Federal invasion. They were dismounted soon after arriving at Little Rock and served as Infantry until the end of the war. - BRAND NEW Softcover - $22.50
Johnson, Adam Rankin - THE PARTISAN RANGERS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY - State House Press, Austin - Reprint of 1904 Original - 640pp - Index - Illustrated - First-hand narratives of Confederate Cavalry Operations and Indian Fighting - Winner of Basil Duke Award in 1995 for Best Confederate Reprint - Brand New Publisher's List Price = $32.95 - Our Price - $30
William Preston Johnston - THE LIFE OF GENERAL ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSTON: EMBRACING HIS SERVICES IN THE ARMIES OF THE UNITED STATES, THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS, AND THE CONFEDERATE STATES - State House Press - 755pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Index - Maps - Reprint of 1878 Original - New Introduction by Charles Roland - BRAND NEW Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $40
Lowe, Richard G. - WALKER'S TEXAS DIVISION, C.S.A : GREYHOUNDS OF THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI - LSU Press - ISBN# 080712933X - BRAND NEW Softcover - 339pp - Photos - Maps - Index - Biblio - Notes - Publisher's List Price =$24.95 - Our Price - $21.95
McGowen, Stanley S. - HORSE SWEAT AND POWDER SMOKE : THE FIRST TEXAS CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Texas A & M Univ Pr - ISBN# 0890969035 - BRAND NEW Hardcover with a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - (Texas A & M University Military History Series, 66) - 229pp - Photos - Maps - Illustrated - Index - Notes - Biblio - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Thomas W. Knowles - THEY RODE FOR THE LONE STAR - Taylor Publishing - Saga of the Texas Rangers, the birth of Texas and the Civil War - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $26.95
Charles A. Leuschner (6th Texas) - THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF CHARLES A. LEUSCHNER - SIXTH TEXAS INFANTRY - Eakin Press -BRAND NEW Softcover - 128pp - Notes - Maps - Roster - Edited by Charles Spurlin - Leuschner was a German Immigrant who fought with the 6th Texas. His diary details some of the fiercest military action of the Civil War - $16.95
McCaffrey, James M. - THIS BAND OF HEROES: GRANBURY'S TEXAS BRIGADE, C.S.A.-Texas A&M - ISBN# 089096727X -BRAND NEW Softcover - 262pp - Index - Biblio - Notes - Rosters - Photos - $17.50
Murrah, Jeffrey D. - NONE BUT TEXANS: A HISTORY OF TERRY'S TEXAS RANGERS - Eakin Press -BRAND NEW Softcover - 215pp - Photos - rosters - bibliography - index - Maps - Terry's Texas rangers fought in over 100 battles in the Civil War - $22.95
Perry, Theophilus and Harriet - WIDOWS BY THE THOUSAND: THE CIVIL WAR CORRESPONDENCE OF THEOPHILUS AND HARRIET PERRY, 1862-1864 - Univ Arkansas Press - 352pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Edited by M. Jane Johansson - Illustrated - Perry was an officer in the 28th Texas Cavalry - part of Walker's Greyhounds - he was killed at Pleasant Hill - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $34.95 - Our Price - $31.50
A. B. Peticolas - REBELS ON THE RIO GRANDE: THE CIVIL WAR JOURNAL OF A. B. PETICOLAS - State House Press, Austin - 197pp - Edited by Don Alberts - Illustrated - Index - Sibley's Brigade consisted of Baylor's Mounted Texas Rifles, Riley's 4th, Green's 5th and Steele's 7th Regiment of Texas Mounted Troops - Details Battle of Valdeverde, the first and largest Civil War battle in New Mexico - BRAND NEW Softcover - $12.95
Petty, Elijah P. - JOURNEY TO PLEASANT HILL - THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF CAPTAIN ELIJAH P. PETTY, WALKERS TEXAS DIVISION C.S.A. - University of Texas 1982 - 2 Volume Limited Edition Set - AS NEW Condition in Handsome Red Cloth in Matching Red Slipcase - This is a numbered copy (#439 of 500) and is SIGNED by O. Scott Petty (Captain Petty's Grandson), Norman Brown (The Editor) and John Groth (The Illustrator) - $185
Roberts, Oran M. - CONFEDERATE MILITARY HISTORY - TEXAS - Moseley Hall Pub - BRAND NEW Softcover - 158pp - Index - Reprint of 1899 Original - $20
Skelton, Stephen - THROUGH THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW OF DEATH: THE CIVIL WAR MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION OF CAPTAIN HARVEY ALEXANDER WALLACE, 5TH SOUTH CAROLINA INFANTRY AND 19TH TEXAS INFANTRY, WALKER'S TEXAS DIVISION - Heritage Books - ISBN# 078843134X - BRAND NEW Softcover - index, 394 pp. This collection places you with Captain Wallace and his family, and beside the soldiers who served with him from South Carolina and Texas - Publisher's List - $35 - Our Price - $32.50
John Spencer - FROM CORSICANA TO APPOMATTOX (4th Texas Infantry) - Olde Soldier Books - 199pp - Index - Photos - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - These men fought in all 38 of the brigade's engagements and 6 of the most famous battles of the war - Gaines Mill, 2nd Manassas, Sharpsburg, Gettysburg, Chickamauga and Wilderness. They were the men of the 4th Texas Infantry, Hood's Texas Brigade - BRAND NEW - $45
John Spencer - THE CONFEDERATE GUNS OF NAVARRO COUNTY - Olde Soldier Books - 152pp - Index - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - DELUXE EDITION - Numbered and Signed - Limited to 500 copies. A record of all the men from Navarro County Texas with a history of each unit, some of their campaigns and battles and a roster of men in each unit. - BRAND NEW - $30
Alan Sumrall - BATTLE FLAGS OF TEXANS IN THE CONFEDERACY - Eakin Press - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in New Brodart Cover) - 114pp - 80 color illustrations - previously unpublished halftones - Index - the most comprehensive reference work to date on this subject - Publisher's List Price =$29.95 - Our Price - $27
Thompson, Jerry Don - VAQUEROS IN BLUE & GRAY - State House Press - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 194pp - Illustrated - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price =$27.95 - Our Price - $25
Thompson, Jerry Don - VAQUEROS IN BLUE & GRAY - State House Press - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 194pp - Illustrated - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
Tippit, John A. - THIS IS WHAT I REMEMBER - A BOY'S LIFE IN LOUISIANA AND TEXAS 1862-1869 - Clear Fork Press - 65pp - Limited Edition printing - Illustrated - Hardcover - with mylar jacket - $17.95
W. E. Woodruff (Major, C.S.A.) - WITH THE LIGHT GUNS IN 61-'65: REMINISCENCES OF ELEVEN ARKANSAS, MISSOURI AND TEXAS LIGHT BATTERIES IN THE CIVIL WAR - Eagle Press - Facsimile Reprint of Scarce 1903 Original in Bright Red Boards - 115pp - Rosters - $45
Ralph A. Wooster - LONE STAR GENERALS IN GRAY - Eakin Press - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 322pp - Photos - Maps - Notes - Bibliography - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Ralph A. Wooster - LONE STAR REGIMENTS IN GRAY - Eakin Press -BRAND NEW Softcover - 424pp - - Photos - Maps - Notes - Bibliography - Index - A great reference work on Texas Units - Details of each brigade and unit with biographical sketches of commanders - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $26.95
Ralph A. Wooster - TEXAS AND TEXANS IN THE CIVIL WAR - Eakin Press - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in New Brodart Cover) - 308pp - Photos - Maps - Notes - Extensive Bibliography - Index - Publisher's List Price = $28 - Our Price - $25

VERMONT


Abbott, Gen Lemuel A. - PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS AND CIVIL WAR DIARY - VT Civil War Enterprises - BRAND NEW Hardcover Reprint of 1908 Original - In Light Blue Buckram - 296pp - Photos - Roster of 10th Vermont survivors - Indexed - $35
George Grenville Benedict - ARMY LIFE IN VIRGINIA : THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF GEORGE G. BENEDICT - Stackpole Books - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - Edited by Eric Ward - Illustrated - Index - Maps - Biblio - Publisher's List Price = $26.95 - Our Price - $24
George Grenville Benedict - VERMONT IN THE CIVIL WAR - VT Civil War Enterprises - 1428pp - 2 Volume Set - Reprint of 1886 Original - Index - *UBS#211 - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $130
Chadwick, Albert G. - SOLDIER'S RECORD OF THE TOWN OF ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT, IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, 1861-1865 - VT Civil War Enterprises - Reprint of 1883 Original - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $30
(BullyForTheBand) Davis, James A. - BULLY FOR THE BAND! - THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS AND DIARY OF FOUR BROTHERS IN THE 10TH VERMONT INFANTRY BAND- McFarland Pub - ISBN# 9780786466863 - BRAND NEW Full-Sized Laminated Softcover - 300pp - 39 photos, notes, bibliography, index - From the commanding call of the bugle at reveille to combat instructions (such as "fix bayonets") to reassuring songs around the campfire at night, music was an integral part of the Civil War soldier's experience. This volume presents the Civil War writings of Charles, Herbert, Jeremiah and Osman George, four brothers from the town of Newbury, Vermont, who played in the 10th Vermont Infantry regimental band. Their letters and a diary describe the life of an enlisted musician, including forming a band, rehearsals and repertory, performances for officers, troops, and civilians--and battlefield stretcher-bearer duties. Despite the hardships they suffered, including the loss of one brother, their writings (supported by detailed scene-setting narratives by editor Davis) reveal the Georges' fraternal bond that sustained them emotionally and ensured they would continue to serve their comrades in battle.- Publisher's List Price = $49.95 - Our Price - $44

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
Haynes, Edwin Mortimer - A HISTORY OF THE TENTH REGIMENT, VERMONT VOLUNTEERS - VT Civil War Enterprises -504pp - Reprint of 1894 Second Edition (first done in 1870) - The Second printing had more than 250 additional pages with Fold-Out Maps and over 60 illustrations - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $70
Holbrook, William C. - A NARRATIVE OF THE SERVICES OF THE OFFICERS AND ENLISTED MEN OF THE 7TH REGIMENT OF VERMONT VOLUNTEERS (VETERANS) FROM 1862 60 1866 - VT Civil War Enterprises - 219pp - Includes Listing of Unit Deaths - Reprint of 1882 Original - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $29.50
Ide, Horace Knight (1st Vermont Cavalry) - HISTORY OF THE FIRST VERMONT CAVALRY VOLUNTEERS IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION - Butternut & Blue - 398pp - Illustrated - Maps - Edited by Elliot Hoffman - Ide first enlisted as a Corporal in 1861 and rode as Commander of Company "D" at Lee's surrender, having been in prison at Belle Isle and Libby - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $40
Maharay, George S. - VERMONT HERO: MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE J. STANNARD -308pp - Index - Photos - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
Palmer, Edwin F. - THE SECOND BRIGADE, OR CAMP LIFE BY A VOLUNTEER - VT Civil War Enterprises - Reprint of 1864 Original - 224pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Brown Cloth issued without jacket - $25
Sturtevant, Ralph Orson - PICTORIAL HISTORY: THIRTEENTH VERMONT VOLUNTEERS, WAR OF 1861-1865 - VT Civil War Enterprises -863pp - Reprint of 1910 Original - Rosters - Photos - Biographical and Historical Sketches - BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover - $75 (please add $7 for Priority Mail on this)
Major Otis F.R. Waite - VERMONT IN THE GREAT REBELLION: CONTAINING HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES - Claremont 1869 - First Edition - NEAR FINE Condition - Officer Rosters - $225
Major Otis F.R. Waite - VERMONT IN THE GREAT REBELLION: CONTAINING HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES - VT Civil War Enterprises - 288pp - Reprint of 1869 Original - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $31.50
Walker, Aldace Freeman - QUITE READY TO BE SENT SOMEWHERE - Trafford Pub - ISBN# 1553693949 - BRAND NEW Large Softcover - 400pp - Index - Biblio - Photos - Edited by Tom Ledoux - Walker served with the 11th Vermont and fought at Petersburg, the Valley Campaign and Spotsylvania - $25
Walker, Aldace F. - THE VERMONT BRIGADE IN THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY - VT Civil War Enterprises - 191pp - Reprint of 1869 Original - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $29.50
Wickman, Don - WE ARE COMING FATHER ABRA'AM - THE HISTORY OF THE 9TH VERMONT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, 1862-1865 - Schroeder Publications - ISBN# 1889246239 - BRAND NEW Hardcover with a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 87 photographs and illustrations; 20 maps; regimental name roster; index; 526 pages - When the 9th Vermont Regiment marched down Broadway in New York City in July 1862, the local press proclaimed it as the first regiment to answer President Lincoln's recent call for 300,000 volunteers. It was an auspicious beginning. Two months later the Vermonters found themselves part of the Union garrison surrendered at Harpers Ferry. During the remaining three and a half years of their service the regiment constantly worked towards the removal of that blemish on their record. From the routine of guarding Confederate prisoners incarcerated at Camp Douglas, Illinois, to the piney woods of coastal North Carolina and finally to the gates of Richmond, the 9th Vermont earned a reputation of being well-disciplined and steadfast under fire. The men displayed these characteristics at the 1863 Siege of Suffolk, the engagement at Newport Barracks, North Carolina, the gallant charge at Chaffin's Bluff outside Richmond, and the 1864 fight at Fair Oaks. Members of the unit marched among the first troops that entered the Confederate capital of Richmond - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $43 - ALSO AVAILABLE IN LIMITED 150 COPY LEATHER EDITION FOR $55
Williams, J. C. (Corporal, Co. B) - LIFE IN CAMP: A HISTORY OF THE NINE MONTHS SERVICE OF THE 14TH VERMONT REGIMENT - VT Civil War Enterprises - 167pp - Reprint of 1864 Original - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $29.50 - Our Price - $26.50
Zeller, Paul G. - THE SECOND VERMONT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY REGIMENT, 1861-1865 - McFarland Publishing - BRAND NEW Oversized Laminated Hardcover - 349pp - Index - Biblio - Maps - Photos - Rosters - JUST ARRIVED! - Publisher's List Price = $65 - Our Price - $61

VIRGINIA


John P Alderman - 29TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1989 - AS NEW Condition - 143pp - Signed and Numbered (#50 of 1000 copies) - 1st Edition in Original Dust Jacket - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - Maps - $225
Michael J. Andrus - THE BROOKE, FAUQUIER, LOUDOUN AND ALEXANDRIA ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1990 - SIGNED and NUMBERED 1st Edition (#907 of 1000) - 124pp - Maps - Photos - Rosters - Brand New - $45
Michael J. Andrus - THE BROOKE, FAUQUIER, LOUDOUN AND ALEXANDRIA ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1990 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 124pp - Maps - Photos - Rosters - $145
Apperson, John S. - REPAIRING THE "MARCH OF MARS": THE CIVIL WAR DIARIES OF JOHN SAMUEL APPERSON, HOSPITAL STEWARD IN THE STONEWALL BRIGADE, 1861-1865 - Mercer Univ Press - 360pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Apperson first enlisted as an infantryman in the First Virginia Brigade and when they learned he had studied medicine and been a physician's assistant, he was quickly transferred to field hospital duty. He was present when Stonewall's arm was amputated and his diary notes the general died from pneumonia, not as a result of botched surgery as was previously believed. His diary is detailed in its study of treatment of wounds both during and after battle - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $36
Richard L. Armstrong - 7TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard 1992 - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 259pp - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - Maps - $125
Richard L. Armstrong - 11TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard 1989 - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $175
Richard L. Armstrong - 19TH AND 20TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard 1994 - ISBN# 1561900613 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - $175
Richard L. Armstrong - 26TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard - SIGNED and NUMBERED 1st Edition - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - BRAND NEW - $75
Richard L. Armstrong - 26TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard 1994 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $125
Daniel T. Balfour - 13TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard 1986 - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Photos - Maps - Detailed Rosters - Biblio - $125
George S. Bernard (12th VA Infantry) - WAR TALKS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS - Morningside Press - Reprint of Scarce Original - 337pp - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $30
Dr. Harvey Black (Regimental Surgeon 4th VA) - A SURGEON WITH STONEWALL JACKSON - Butternut and Blue - Edited by Glenn McMullen - 252pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Maps - Photo - Black was a significant figure in the Civil War and postwar Virginia medicine and education, helping to found Virginia tech. After Fredericksburg, he was appointed Surgeon of the 2nd Corps - ANV#3 - BRAND NEW - $30
Susan Leigh Blackford and Charles Minor Blackford (2nd VA Cavalry) - LETTERS FROM LEE'S ARMY - Scribner's 1947 - 1st Edition with "A" on copyright page - 312pp - Index - VERY GOOD Condition - no dust jacket - previous owner bookplate and penned city date (1947) inside front board - there is also a light stain inside front gutter not affecting any other pages or text - Charles Minor Blackford served in the 2nd Virginia Cavalry under Longstreet - $35
Susan Leigh Blackford and Charles Minor Blackford (2nd VA Cavalry) - LETTERS FROM LEE'S ARMY - Univ Nebraska Press - 328pp - Index - Introduction by Gordon C. Rhea - Charles Minor Blackford served in the 2nd Virginia Cavalry under Longstreet - BRAND NEW Softcover - $15
W. W. Blackford, LtCol C.S.A. - WAR YEARS WITH JEB STUART - LSU Press - 322pp - One of the most sought after memoirs of service in Lee s Army of Northern Virginia - BRAND NEW Softcover - $16.95
Keith Bohannon - THE GILES, ALLEGHANY AND JACKSON (VIRGINIA) ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1990 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket -130pp - Detailed Rosters - Photos - Maps - Biblio - $125
Brown, Peter A. (43rd Virginia Cavalry)- MOSBY'S FIGHTING PARSON: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF SAM CHAPMAN - Heritage Books - ISBN # 1585496685 -BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 1st Edition printing - SIGNED By the Author - 423pp - Notes - Biblio - Index - $35
Brown, Peter A. (43rd VA Cavalry) - MOSBY'S FIGHTING PARSON: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF SAM CHAPMAN - Heritage Books - ISBN # 1585496685 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 423pp - Notes - Biblio - Index - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $28.50
William R. Carter (3rd Virginia Cavalry) - SABRES, SADDLES AND SPURS - White Mane - Edited by Walbrook Swank - 160pp - Photos - Illustrations - Maps - Biblio - Index - Lt Colonel Carter's diary of service with the 3rd Virginia Cavalry. Carter was killed at the Battle of Trevilian Station - BRAND NEW Softcover - $14.95
Cavanaugh, Michael - 6TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard - 1988 - ISBN# 0930919572 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 143pp - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - $145
Michael Cavanaugh - OTEY, RINGGOLD AND DAVIDSON VIRGINIA ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard 1993 - ISBN# 1561900451 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 118pp - Maps - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - $95
Robert Catlett Cave (13th Virginia) - RAW PORK AND HARDTACK: A CIVIL WAR MEMOIR FROM MANASSAS TO APPOMATTOX - White Mane - 104pp - Edited by Walbrook Swank - Cave served in the Montpelier Guard and fought in over 70 battles - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $12
Chapla, John - 48th VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard, 1989 -AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 167pp - Maps - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - $150
Tracy Chernault and Jeffrey Weaver - 18TH AND 20TH BATTALIONS OF VIRGINIA HEAVY ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard - Lynchburg 1995 - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Signed and Numbered 1st Edition issued without jacket (#499 of 1000) - 128pp - Maps - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - $45
Tracy Chernault and Jeffrey Weaver - 18TH AND 20TH BATTALIONS OF VIRGINIA HEAVY ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard 1995 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 128pp - Maps - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - $70
Darrell L. Collins - 46th VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard, 1992 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 156pp - Biblio - Rosters - Photos - Maps - $195
CONTRIBUTIONS TO A HISTORY OF THE RICHMOND HOWITZER BATTALION - Butternut & Blue -495pp - Index - Introduction by Lee Wallace - Photos - a combined 4 pamphlet work originally published in 1883 and 1886 - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $45
Corson, William C. (3rd VA Cavalry) - MY DEAR JENNIE - Dietz Press, Richmond 1982 - A collection of love letters from a Confederate soldier to his fiancee during the period 1861-1865 - AS NEW Condition - 151pp - Index - Corson first entered the Virginia Militia in the 17th VA Riflemen - he later joined the Cavalry of the Cumberland Light Dragoons, Wickham's Brigade - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $30
E. A. Craighill (2nd Virginia Infantry) - CONFEDERATE SURGEON - THE PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF E. A. CRAIGHILL - H. E. Howard, 1989 - 2nd Printing - 106pp - Edited by Peter W. Houck for the Virginia Civil War Battles and Leaders Series - Photos - Illustrations - Index - Craighill started his career as a Private in the Stonewall Brigade and became a Medical Steward at First Manassas - BRAND NEW - $40
John Cutchins - A FAMOUS COMMAND - THE RICHMOND LIGHT INFANTRY BLUES - Garrett & Massie - Richmond 1934 - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Nevins says of this "A detailed, 145 year history of a unit whose acme of service and sacrifice came in the Civil War years - $125
James A. Davis - 51ST VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1984 - ISBN# 0930919130 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 102pp - Detailed Rosters - Photos - Maps - Biblio - $245
Francis Dawson (Captain, Purcell's Battery)- REMINISCENCES OF CONFEDERATE SERVICE 1861-1865 - LSU Press - 214pp - Originally issued in 1882 - Softcover - BRAND NEW - $11.95
Roger U. Delauter - 18TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard 1985 - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $125
Roger U. Delauter - MCNEILL'S RANGERS - H. E. Howard 1986 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 130pp - Photos - Maps - Detailed Rosters - Biblio - $225
Jack L. Dickinson - 8TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard 1986 - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 121pp - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - Biblio - $225
John E. Divine - 8TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1983 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 89pp - Index - Photos - Rosters - This copy includes Inscription from Author as well as Author Signed Letter to recipient - $175
John E. Divine - 8TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1983 - 89pp - 2nd Edition - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - Biblio - BRAND NEW - $24.95
John E. Divine - 35TH BATTALION VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard 1985 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 112pp - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - Biblio - $125
Robert J. Driver Jr. - 1ST VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard 1991 - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 268pp - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - $125
Robert J. Driver Jr. and H. E. Howard - 2ND VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard - BRAND NEW Hardcover issued without jacket - 2nd Edition - 302pp - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - $55
Robert J. Driver Jr. - 58TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1990 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 160pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $245
Driver Jr., Robert J. - CONFEDERATE SAILORS, MARINES AND SIGNALMEN FROM VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND - Willow Bend Publishing - ISBN# 9780788442797 - BRAND NEW Softcover - 506pp - alphabetical listings of men from Virginia and Maryland who served as: Confederate Naval officers and sailors; Confederate Marine Corps officers and enlisted men; and Confederate Signal Corps officers, signalmen and telegraph operators. The amount of data included in individual entries varies greatly. In addition to the name, any combination of the following may be included: rank and division, date and/or place of birth, date and/or place of death, place of burial, occupation, residence, date and place of enlistment, date and/or place of discharge, physical description, and much more. A wealth of vintage photographs and a bibliography enhance the text. The officers and men who served in these sister services played an important role in the War Between the States. Maryland and Virginia officers serving in the United States Navy and Marine Corps, and the midshipmen attending the United States Naval Academy, resigned almost in mass and volunteered in their Confederate counterparts. Without a doubt the Confederacy received many of the brightest and best officers in the United States service. Marylander commanded the Signal Corps, and his staff was from both states. Most of the officers and men who served in the First and Second Companies, Independent Signal Corps, were from Virginia. The Secret Service fell under nominal command of Colonel Norris of the Signal Corps. However, the operatives were not regularly enrolled or paid, and they are, therefore, difficult to identify. Some were paid directly by the Confederate Treasury Department. The records of their service are sketchy, but some postwar accounts do exist. They and the telegraphers are added, but many who served in this capacity have not been identified - Publisher's List Price = $39.50 each - Our Price - $36.95
Robert J. Driver Jr. - THE STAUNTON ARTILLERY - MCCLANAHAN'S BATTERY - H. E. Howard 1992 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 127pp - Biblio - Rosters - Maps - Photos - $175
Wayland F. Dunaway (Captain, 40th Virginia) - REMINISCENCES OF A REBEL - Butternut and Blue - Reprint - 170+ pages - New Introduction - Index - Dunaway first enrolled in the 47th Virginia and fought at Seven Pines and the remaining battles of 1862 - He became a Captain in the 40th VA in March 1863 and fought at 2nd Manassas, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville - later captured and sent to Old Capitol Prison in Washington and then Johnson's Island in Lake Erie - (ANV#6) - BRAND NEW - $25
Edgar, Alfred Mallory (Captain 27th Virginia Infantry) - MY REMINISCENCES OF THE CIVIL WAR WITH THE STONEWALL BRIGADE AND THE IMMORTAL 600 - 35th Star Pub - BRAND NEW Softcover - 171pp - $19.95
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
(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

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
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
Haines, J. D. - PUT THE BOYS IN : THE STORY OF THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE CADETS AT THE BATTLE OF NEW MARKET - Eakin Press - ISBN# 1571688161 -BRAND NEW Softcover - 68pp - Map - Illustrations - $9.95
Harding, Joseph French - FRENCH HARDING: CIVIL WAR MEMOIRS - Pictorial Histories - 280pp - Photos - Maps - Index - Harding fought in the 31st Virginia Infantry and the 20th Virginia Cavalry - BRAND NEW Softcover - $15.50
Harris, Albert - FATED STARS: VIRGINIA BRIGADIER GENERALS KILLED IN THE CIVIL WAR - Thomas Publications - 112pp - Stories of 16 generals from Virginia who were killed in battle with photos and descriptions of each - BRAND NEW Softcover - $9.95
Nelson Harris - 17TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard, 1994 - ISBN# 1561900621- AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $125
Walter H. Harrison - PICKETT'S MEN - Olde Soldier Books - 220pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Reprint of Scarce Title - Few larger units grabbed and held as much glory as George E. Pickett's All-Virginia Division for a brief shining moment on the hot afternoon of July 3rd, 1863. Suffering 50 percent casualties, they went on to fight in North Carolina and Petersburg before their destruction at Five Forks and Saylor's Creek. Written shortly after the war by Pickett's Chief of Staff, this book should not be confused with the unreliable similar title by Pickett's widow - Brand New - $25
William D. Henderson - 12TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard - 1984 - ISBN# 0930919122 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 181pp - Maps - Photos - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - $125
William D. Henderson - 41ST VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1986 - AS NEW Condition - Signed and Numbered (#50 of 1000 copies) - 1st Edition in Original Dust Jacket - 154pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $125
Darryl Holland -24TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard -Signed and Numbered (#205 of 1000) 1st Edition issued without jacket - Maps - Biblio - Photos - Detailed Rosters - BRAND NEW - $75
Robert S. Hudgins II (Sgt, Co. B, 3rd VA Cavalry) - RECOLLECTIONS OF AN OLD DOMINION DRAGOON - Publisher's Press - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 125 pages - Photos - Maps - Index - $20
B. W. Jones - UNDER THE STARS AND BARS : SURRY LIGHT ARTILLERY OF VIRGINIA - Morningside, Dayton - edited by Lee Wallace Jr - 425pp - photos - notes - roster - index - mapped endpapers - reprint of 1909 original - BRAND NEW - $30
Rev. J. William Jones - ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA MEMORIAL VOLUME - Morningside, Dayton 1976 - Reprint of 1880 original - 347pp - Unit Listing with numbers of Troops and complete texts and speeches of 9 Meetings of the Veterans beginning November 1870 and ending 1879. Introduction by James I. Robertson, Jr. - BRAND NEW - $30
Ervin L. Jordan Jr. - CHARLOTTESVILLE AND THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA IN THE CIVIL WAR - H. E. Howard - 2nd Edition - Brand New - $24.95
Ervin L. Jordan Jr. - CHARLOTTESVILLE AND THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA IN THE CIVIL WAR - H. E. Howard 1988 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 225pp - Index - Photos - Maps - Rosters - $75
Hugh C. Keen and Horace Mewborn - 43RD BATTALION VIRGINIA CAVALRY - MOSBY'S COMMAND - H. E. Howard 1993 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 410pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $145
Kleese, Richard B. - 23RD VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard 1996 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 108pp - Detailed Rosters - Photos - Maps - Biblio - $175
Robert K. Krick - 30TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E Howard Co. - Signed and Numbered 1st Edition - FINE Condition - 143pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $95
Michael West - 30TH BATTALION VIRGINIA SHARPSHOOTERS - H. E. Howard, 1995 - ISBN# 1561900818 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 321pp - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Illustrations - Photos - Biblio - $175
Robert K. Krick - 40TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E Howard 1985 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - Maps - $145
Robert K. Krick - PARKER'S VIRGINIA BATTERY, C.S.A. - Broadfoot 1989 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Grey Gilt Decorated Cloth - Reprint of 1975 Original - Revised 2nd Edition with added details to text and rosters - 487pp - Rosters - Biblio - Notes - Index - Maps - Photos - $34.99
Dobbie E. Lambert - 25TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard 1994 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $95
Dobbie E. Lambert - GRUMBLE: THE W. E. JONES BRIGADE, 1863-64 - Hawaii, 1992 - 1st Edition - AS NEW Condition in AS NEW Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 183pp - Maps - Illustrated - Photos - Biblio - Index - Brigadier General "Grumble" Jones and his Virginia Cavalry during the East Tennessee Campaign of 1863 and operations in the Cumberland Gap in 1864 - The Jones Brigade consisted of the 8th and 21 Virginia Cavalry Regiments and 27th, 34th, 36th and 37th Virginia Cavalry Battalions - $25
Lewis, John H. - 9TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY, C. S. A.: RECOLLECTIONS FROM 1860-1865 - Morningside Press - BRAND NEW Softcover - Reprint of 1895 Original - $12.50
Terry D. Lowry - 26TH BATTALION VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1991 - FINE Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - (Minor dent to top corners covered by jacket) - 167pp - Maps - Rosters - Photos - Biblio - $95
Gregory Macaluso - MORRIS, ORANGE, AND KING WILLIAM ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard 1991 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 122pp - Maps - Photos - Rosters - Biblio - $85
Louis H. Manarin - 15TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1990 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 125pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $145
Louis H. Manarin -15TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard - Signed and Numbered 1st Edition - Maps - Photos - Rosters - Biblio - BRAND NEW - $45.95
Jerald Markham - THE BOTETOURT ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard 1986 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 95pp - Biblio - Rosters - Maps - Photos - Details of the battles at Port Gibson and Vicksburg - $145
David G. Martin - THE FLUVANA ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard 1992 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - This unit fought at Richmond, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Cold Harbor, Monocacy and other major battles - $65
Carlton McCarthy (Private, Richmond Howitzers) - DETAILED MINUTIAE OF SOLDIER LIFE IN THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA, 1861 TO 1865 - Univ Nebraska Press, 224pp, Illustrated. Introduction by Brian Wills - BRAND NEW Softcover - $12.95
H. B. McClellan (Private, 3rd Virginia Cavalry) - I RODE WITH JEB STUART - Indiana Univ, Bloomington 1858 - 1st Thus (originally published in 1885) - Introduction by Burke Davis) - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Nevins says "Written by one who served with Stuart; its authenticity is enhanced by McClellan's eyewitness accounts" - McClellan, a Private in the C.S.A. was counsin to Union General George McClellan, Commander of the Army of the Potomac) - $70
H. B. McClellan - THE CAMPAIGNS OF STUART'S CAVALRY - BlueGrey -Secaucus 1993 BRAND NEW Reprint - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - $20
Capt William McDonald (7th Virginia Cavalry) - HISTORY OF THE LAUREL BRIGADE - Olde Soldier Books - 449pp - Reprint of 1907 Original - Originally the Ashby Cavalry of the Army of Northern Virginia and Chew's Battery. Nevins calls this "One of the most noted of the early brigade histories. The author adroitly weaves his story from the 1861 formation of the 7th Virginia Cavalry to the 1865 disbandment of this mounted brigade." - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $40
Randolph H. McKim - A SOLDIER'S RECOLLECTIONS - Time Life - N.Y. 1984 - FINE Condition - Reprint - Orig Pub 1910 - Embossed Black Leather Covers/Gilt Edged - McKim entered the C.S.A. first as a Private in the 1st Maryland Infantry, later became a Staff Officer and then a Chaplain in the 2nd Virginia Cavalry - * ITC #121 - $35 - SALE PRICE - $25
McKim, Randolph H. - A SOLDIER'S RECOLLECTIONS: LEAVES FROM THE DIARY OF A YOUNG CONFEDERATE - Sprinkle Publications - reprint of Original - 378pp - BRAND NEW hardcover - $25
Miller, E. Lynn - FRESH FISH: A CIVIL WAR PRISONER'S STORY - McClain Printing - ISBN# 0870127055 -BRAND NEW Softcover - 130pp - Maps - Illustrated - Details the story of Private Issac M. Gregory of Braxton County WVA and his entry into the 62nd Virginia Cavalry, capture and prison life at Point Lookout, Camp Chase, and Johnson's Island - Available SIGNED by the Author - $12.95
Robert H. Moore II - THE 1ST AND 2ND STUART HORSE ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard 1985 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 185pp - Biblio - Photos - Rosters - Maps - $80
Robert H. Moore II - THE CHARLOTTESVILLE, LEE LYNCHBURG AND JOHNSON'S BEDFORD ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1990 -AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - $75
Robert H. Moore II - CHEW'S ASHBY, SHOEMAKER'S LYNCHBURG AND THE NEWTOWN ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard 1995 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 185pp - Biblio - Photos - Rosters - Maps - $75
Robert H. Moore II - THE DANVILLE, EIGHTH STAR NEW MARKET AND DIXIE ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1989 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $75
Robert H. Moore II - GRAHAM'S PETERSBURG, JACKSON'S KANAWHA, AND LURTY'S ROANOKE HORSE ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1996 -AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 185pp - Biblio - Photos - Rosters - Maps - $75
Robert H. Moore II - MISCELLANEOUS DISBANDED LIGHT ARTILLERY: 1ST VIRGINIA, WISE, MIDDLESEX, HANOVER, MAGRUDER, MANCHESTER, CAMPBELL LONG ISLAND ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1997 -AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 141pp - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - Biblio - $70
Robert H. Moore II - THE RICHMOND FAYETTE, HAMPDEN, THOMAS, AND BLOUNT'S LYNCHBURG ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1991 -AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - $65
William Henry Morgan - PERSONAL REMINISCENCES OF THE WAR OF 1861-1865 - J. P. Bell, Lynchburg 1911 (1+) 1st - Gilt Top Edge - Frontis of Morgan - Index - Exceptionally Fine Condition - Like New! - $250
John S. Mosby - THE MEMOIRS OF COLONEL JOHN S. MOSBY - Edited by Charles Russell - Olde Soldier Books - 414pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Reprint of 1917 title - Written later in life, Mosby viewed this work as the finest on his wartime career - Brand New - $35
Terrence V. Murphy - 10TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1989 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 186pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - $125
Homer D. Musselman - THE CAROLINE LIGHT, PARKER AND STAFFORD LIGHT VIRGINIA ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1992 -AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - $195
Richard Nicholas and Joseph Servis - POWHATAN, SALEM AND COURTNEY HENRICO ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1997 -AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 246pp - Photos - Maps - Detailed Rosters - Biblio - $95
John N. Opie (6th Virginia Cavalry) - A REBEL CAVALRYMAN WITH LEE, STUART AND JACKSON - Morningside - New Reprint of Scarce 1899 original - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 336 pages - Illustrated - A member of the Stonewall Brigade until his 1864 capture, this memoir recounts his experiences during the war and at Elmire prison - $32.50
Peyton, George - STONEWALL JACKSON'S FOOT CAVALRY: COMPANY A', 13TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - White Mane - 180pp - Edited by Walbrook Swank - Peyton served in the Quartermaster and Commissary Department, but enlisted for the Montpelier Guard in 1864 - Biblio - Maps - Index - Illustrations - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
William Thomas Poague (LtCol Artillery, C.S.A.) - GUNNER WITH STONEWALL - Broadfoot Publishing - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Jacket Cover) - Reprint of 1957 original - 181pp - Index - Includes Fold-Out Map of Jackson's Campaigns - Photos - Poague first served with the Rockbridge Artillery until promoted to Major in 1863 - Nevins cites this as "One of the few good recollections by a Confederate artilleryman" - $55
Emily Ramey and John Gott - THE YEARS OF ANGUISH: FAUGUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA 1861-1865 - Heritage Books - 235pp - Illustrated - Index - Rosters of 1100 men from 11 companies from Fauquier County - BRAND NEW Softcover - $24
Thomas M. Rankin - 22ND BATTALION VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard - SIGNED & NUMBERED 1st Edition Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - BRAND NEW - $75
Thomas M. Rankin - 23RD VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard - 2nd Edition - 141pp - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - BRAND NEW - $24.95
Rawling, Charles J. - HISTORY OF THE FIRST REGIMENT VIRGINIA INFANTRY - Pictorial Histories - 352pp - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Reprint of 1887 Original with added material by Tim McKinney including Index - Photos and Biographical Data - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Shocktroops Ray, Fred L. - SHOCK TROOPS OF THE CONFEDERACY: THE SHARPSHOOTER BATTALIONS OF THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA - CFS Press - ISBN# 0964958554 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 413pp - Index - Maps - Illustrations - Notes - Biblio - SIGNED By the Author - $34.95

Lowell Reidenbaugh - 33RD VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard - 1987 - ISBN# 0930919378 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 151pp - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - Maps - $145
James I. Robertson - 18TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1984 - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket (jacket has fold approx 1 inch along front edge of book) - 88pp - Photos - Maps - Detailed Rosters - Biblio - $145
Kevin Ruffner - 44TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1987 - ISBN# 0930919475 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $195
J. L. Scott - 23RD BATTALION VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1991 - AS NEW Condition - Signed and Numbered (#50 of 1000 copies) - 1st Edition in Original Dust Jacket - 94pp - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - $125
J. L. Scott - 36TH AND 37TH BATTALION VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard - Signed and Numbered 1st Edition - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - BRAND NEW - $24.95
J. L. Scott - 36TH AND 37TH BATTALION VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard 1986 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $95
J. L. Scott - 45TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1989 - AS NEW Condition - Signed and Numbered (#50 of 1000 copies) - 1st Edition in Original Dust Jacket - 127pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - $150
J. L. Scott - 60TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard - SIGNED AND NUMBERED 1st Edition - 150pp - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - BRAND NEW - $125
J. L. Scott - 60TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1997 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 150pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - $175
J. L. Scott - LOWRY'S, BRYAN'S AND CHAPMAN'S BATTERIES OF VIRGINIA ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1988 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - $95
Major John Scott - PARTISAN LIFE WITH COLONEL JOHN S. MOSBY - Olde Soldier Books - 492pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Scott retired in 1866 to write this classic - a favorite of Mosby. He interviewed officers and men of Mosby's command and corresponded with others. Mosby approved the text and resided and rode with Scott during the writing of this title - BRAND NEW - $35
Sheffey, John Preston - SOLDIER OF SOUTHWESTERN VIRGINIA : THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF CAPTAIN JOHN PRESTON SHEFFEY (8TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY) - LSU Press - ISBN# 0807130133 -BRAND NEW Hardcover with Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Dust Jacket Protector) - 239pp - Index - Edited by noted Civil war scholar James I. Robertson Jr. - Publisher's List Price = $39.95 - Our Price - $30.95
G. L. Sherwood / Jeff Weaver - 20TH AND 39TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard, 1994 - ISBN# 1561900672 - AS NEW Condition - Hardcover in Original Dust Jacket - SIGNED BY BOTH AUTHORS - NUMBERED 1st Edition Printing (#50 of 1000) - 143pp - Maps - Biblio - Photos - Detailed Rosters - $125
G. L. Sherwood - 20TH AND 39TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard, 1994 - 143pp - Signed and Numbered 1st Edition - Maps - Biblio - Photos - Detailed Rosters - BRAND NEW - $45.95
W. Cullen Sherwood and Richard Nicholas - AMHERST ARTILLERY, ALBEMARLE ARTILLERY AND STURDIVANT'S BATTERY - H. E. Howard 1996 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 235pp - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - $60
W. Cullen Sherwood - MATHEW'S LIGHT ARTILLERY, PENICK'S PITTSYLVANIA ARTILLERY, YOUNG'S HALIFAX LIGHT ARTILLERY, AND JOHNSON'S JACKSON FLYING ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard 1999 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 104pp - Maps - Detailed Rosters - Biblio - $85
W. Cullen Sherwood - THE NELSON ARTILLERY LAMKIN AND RIVES BATTERIES - H. E. Howard, 1991 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - $75
Sifakis, Stewart - COMPENDIUM OF THE CONFEDERATE ARMIES - VIRGINIA - Willow Bend Books - ISBN# 1585497010 - BRAND NEW Softcover - Reprint of the Original - 285pp - $24.95
Charles Sublett - 57TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1985 -AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 94pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $145
Benjamin H. Trask - 61ST VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1988 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 120pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $145
Benjamin H. Trask - 61ST VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard - SIGNED and NUMBERED 1st Edition - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - BRAND NEW - $55
Byrd B. Tribble - BENJAMIN CASON RAWLINGS - FIRST VIRGINIA VOLUNTEER FOR THE SOUTH - (30TH VIRGINIA) - 155pp - photos - dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Rawlings joined the Southern cause at 15 and rose to the rank of Captain. This work is based on his own previously unpublished reminiscences, family records and scrapbooks and provides a vivid look at battles and life in the field with Pickett's Division and the bitter world of a prisoner of war. - $25
Lee A. Wallace Jr. - 1ST VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard, 1986 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 126pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - The 3rd Virginia fought with Colston's, Pryor's, Kemper's and Terry's Brigades, and fought from Williamsburg to Gettysburg, serving at Plymouth, Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, Petersburg and Appomattox - $195
Lee A. Wallace Jr. - 3RD VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard, 1984 -AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 133pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $195
Lee A. Wallace Jr. - 17TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard, 1990 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket (jacket stained/spotted along edges) - 154pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - $95
Lee A. Wallace Jr. - SURRY LIGHT ARTILLERY AND MARTIN'S, WRIGHT'S, COFFIN'S BATTERIES OF VIRGINIA ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1995 - 1st Edition - SIGNED and NUMBERED - 156pp - Maps - Photos - Detailed Rosters - Bibliography - Brand New - $75
Lee A. Wallace Jr. - SURRY LIGHT ARTILLERY AND MARTIN'S, WRIGHT'S, COFFIN'S BATTERIES OF VIRGINIA ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1995 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 156pp - Maps - Photos - Rosters - Bibliography - $95
Jeffrey C. Weaver - 10TH AND 19TH BATTALIONS OF HEAVY ARTILLERY (VIRGINIA) - H. E. Howard 1996 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket (Jacket length is shorter than book) - 173pp - Rosters - Maps - Photos - Biblio - $55
Jeffrey C. Weaver - 22ND VIRGINIA CAVALRY - H. E. Howard 1991 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 116pp - Rosters - Maps - Photos - Biblio - $95
Jeffrey C. Weaver - 45TH BATTALION VIRGINIA INFANTRY - SMITH AND COUNT'S BATTALIONS OF PARTISAN RANGERS - H. E. Howard 1994 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 189pp - Rosters - Maps - Photos - Biblio - $95
Jeffrey C. Weaver - 63RD VIRGINIA INFANTRY - H. E. Howard 1991 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 158pp - Rosters - Maps - Photos - Biblio - $225
Jeffrey C. Weaver - BRANCH, HARRINGTON AND STAUNTON HILL ARTILLERY - H. E.Howard, 1997 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 114pp - Detailed Rosters - Maps - Photos - Biblio - $70
Jeffrey C. Weaver - BRUNSWICK REBEL, JOHNSTON, SOUTHSIDE, UNITED, JAMESCITY, LUNENBURG REBEL, PAMUNKEY HEAVY ARTILLERY AND YOUNG'S HARBORGUARD - H. E. Howard 1996 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket (Jacket length is shorter than book) - 149pp - Rosters - Maps - Photos - Biblio - $65
Jeffrey C. Weaver - GOOCHLAND LIGHT, GOOCHLAND TURNER AND MOUNTAIN ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard 1994 - ISBN# 1561900656 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 122pp - Maps - Rosters - Biblio - $95
Jeffrey C. Weaver - THE NOTTOWAY ARTILLERY AND BARR'S BATTERY VIRGINIA LIGHT ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard, 1994 - ISBN# 156190063X - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 118pp - Maps - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - $95
Jeffrey C. Weaver and Randall Osborne - THE VIRGINIA STATE LINE AND STATE RANGERS - H. E. Howard 1994 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED BY BOTH AUTHORS & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Rosters - Maps - Photos - Biblio - $245.00
Jeffrey C. Weaver and Lee Wallace - RICHMOND AMBULANCE COMPANY, HELIG'S INFIRMARY COMPANY & VIRGINIA PUBLIC GUARD AND ARMORY BAND - H. E. Howard 1985 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Issued after the death of his Co-Author Lee Wallace Jr - Signed by Jeff Weaver - 105pp - Index - Photos - Rosters - $70
Jeffrey C. Weaver - THE VIRGINIA HOME GUARDS - H. E. Howard 1996 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - 265PP - Rosters - Maps - Photos - Biblio - $195
Michael West - THE GAULEY, MERCER AND WESTERN ARTILLERY - H. E. Howard 1991 - AS NEW Condition - SIGNED & NUMBERED (#50 of 1000) - 1st Edition in Original Jacket - Maps - Biblio - Detailed Rosters - Photos - $60
White, William S. - SKETCHES OF THE LIFE OF CAPTAIN HUGH A. WHITE OF THE STONEWALL BRIGADE BY HIS FATHER - Sprinkle Publications - BRAND NEW Hardcover issued without jacket - Reprinted with "Sketch of Dabney Carr Harrison, Minister of the Gospel and Captain in the Army of the Confederate States of America" by William J.Hoge - 216pp - $20
Ken Wiley - NORFOLK BLUES - THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF THE NORFOLK LIGHT ARTILLERY BLUES - White Mane - 326pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Rosters - The Norfolk Blues were in the war from its beginning, fighting for control of the Chesapeake and serving with Lee at Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Petersburg and Appomattox Courthouse - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
James J. Williamson (43rd VA Cavalry) - MOSBY'S RANGERS - A RECORD OF THE OPERATIONS OF THE FORTY-THIRD BATTALION VIRGINIA CAVALRY - New York 1896 - FIRST EDITION - 511pp - Complete Rosters - Photos - VERY GOOD Condition - Grey Cloth Boards with Gold Embossed Image of Mosby on his Horse on Cover - Moderate Wear to spine ends and corners and minor discoloration to boards - A SCARCE Collectible Not Often Seen - Inside front cover inked ownership "Mrs M. E. Froth's Book 1896" and subsequent purchase info for P. Lawrence, Fairfax Court House 1899 - $450
Williamson, James J. (43rd VA Cavalry) - MOSBY'S RANGERS - A RECORD OF THE OPERATIONS OF THE FORTY-THIRD BATTALION VIRGINIA CAVALRY - Time Life - N.Y. 1982 - ISBN# 0809442256 - BRAND NEW Hardcover Reprint - Orig Pub 1896 - Embossed Leather Cover - Gilt Edges - Marbled End Papers - $24.95
William L. Wilson (12th Virginia Cavalry) - A BORDERLAND CONFEDERATE: CIVIL WAR LETTERS AND DIARIES OF WILLIAM L. WILSON - Pittsburgh 1962 - 1st edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - VERY GOOD Condition - gift inscription on FEP - Edited by Festus Summers - $35 (DC)
Wood, William Nathaniel (2nd Lt, 19th Virginia) - REMINISCENCES OF BIG I - Broadfoot Publishing - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Jacket Cover) - 138pp - Index - Photos - Roster - Reprint of 1956 original - Wood was a Second Lieutenant in Company A" of the Monticello Guard, 19th Virginia Regiment and fought from First Manassas till the end of the war. The 19th fought under Pickett at Williamsburg, capturing a Union battery, Seven Pines, Richmond , Malvern Hill, 1st and 2nd Manassas and Gettysburg where his unit attempted to take Cemetery Ridge - $29.95
William Nathaniel Wood (2nd Lt, 19th Virginia) - REMINISCENCES OF BIG I - McCowat-Mercer, Jackson TN 1956 - VERY GOOD Condition - 138pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - "Rebel Shavetail Edition" issued by the Civil War Bookclub - Edited and SIGNED by Bell Wiley - Index - Photos - Roster - Wood was a Second Lieutenant in Company A" of the Monticello Guard, 19th Virginia Regiment and fought from First Manassas till the end of the war. The 19th fought under Pickett at Williamsburg, capturing a Union battery, Seven Pines, Richmond , Malvern Hill, 1st and 2nd Manassas and gettysburg where his unit attempted to take Cemetery Ridge - $95
John H. Worsham (21st VA Infantry) - ONE OF JACKSON'S FOOT CAVALRY- Times Life - N.Y. 1983 (BRAND NEW) Embossed Leather Covers - Gilt Edged - ITC # 197 - Reprint Orig Pub 1912 - $35 - SALE PRICE - $25
William A. Young and Patricia C.- 56TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY - Baughman Library - BRAND NEW Softcover reprint - 356pp - Maps - Photos - Rosters - $22

WEST VIRGINIA


Stan B. Cohen - THE CIVIL WAR IN WEST VIRGINIA: A PICTORIAL HISTORY - Pictorial Histories - 170pp - 250 Photos - 24 Maps - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover - $14.95
Stan B. Cohen - A PICTORIAL GUIDE TO WEST VIRGINIA'S CIVIL WAR SITES - Pictorial Histories - 120pp - Heavily Illustrated - Lots of Photos - Maps - BRAND NEW Softcover - $9.95
Richard R. Duncan - LEE'S ENDANGERED LEFT: THE CIVIL WAR IN WESTERN VIRGINIA, SPRING OF 1864 - LSU Press - An absorbing chronicle of Grant's western Virginia campaign. In the spring of 1864, Ulysses S. Grant as general-in-chief of the Union armies devised a plan to bring down the Confederacy. Grant aimed to destroy Lee's supply source for his Army of Northern Virginia in western Virginia and to use military activity there as an extended turning movement to threaten Lee from the west. In this outstanding study, Richard R. Duncan offers a riveting overview of these military operations as well as their impact on the civilian population, shedding light on an often overlooked chapter of the Civil War in Virginia. - 400pp - 20 halftones - BRAND NEW - $29.95
Michael Egan (15th West Virginia Infantry) - THE FLYING GRAY-HAIRED YANK - Gauley Mount Press, Leesburg - 1992 - 424pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Reprint of 1888 title - Introduction by David Phillips (Signed by Phillips) - Index - Illustrations - Egan started his service as a contractor and carried dispatches through guerilla infested central West Virginia from Clarksburg to Gauley Bridge. He later became an officer in the 15th West Virginia Volunteer Infantry being captured and imprisoned, escaping twice - BRAND NEW - $30
Hale, Mark - THE HERO OF GREENLAND GAP: ABIJAH DOLLY, HIS COMMUNITY AND HIS TIMES - Sources Publishing - 114pp - Photos - Index - Illustrations - BRAND NEW Softcover - Dolly was one of the Founding Fathers of West Virginia and organized a troop of Home Guards - the Federal Mounted Rangers - $20
Terry D. Lowry - THE BATTLE OF SCARY CREEK - Pictorial Histories - Revised Edition - - Details of operations in Kanawha Valley, West Virginia - Photos - Maps - Index - Biblio - This edition has much new material gathered from soldiers letters and newspaper articles - SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR at no extra charge - BRAND NEW Softcover - $15.95 $17.95
Terry D. Lowry and Stan Cohen - IMAGES OF THE CIVIL WAR IN WEST VIRGINIA - Pictorial Histories -205pp - Photos - Illustrations - Maps - BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - $17.95
Tim McKinney - ROBERT E. LEE AT SEWELL MOUNTAIN: THE WEST VIRGINIA CAMPAIGN - Pictorial Histories - 148pp - Index - Biblio - Maps - Photos - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Softcover - $9.95
Tim McKinney - WEST VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR ALMANAC - VOLUME ONE - Pictorial Histories - 600pp - A great West Virginia reference to Union and Confederate Veterans, Civil War Union Veteran Medals Awarded (many can still be claimed by descendants), West Virginia physicians in the war, 1890 Census on Union Veterans and Confederates - BRAND NEW - $29.95
Tim McKinney - WEST VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR ALMANAC - VOLUME TWO - Pictorial Histories - 600pp - Second part of a great West Virginia reference to Union and Confederate Veterans - Volume two contains an Index to 12,683 Union Veterans with Regiment Number and Branch of Service (Artillery, Cavalry, Infantry) - BRAND NEW - $29.95
Neil, Alexander (12th West Virginia) - ALEXANDER NEIL AND THE LAST SHENANDOAH VALLEY CAMPAIGN: LETTERS OF AN ARMY SURGEON TO HIS FAMILY - White Mane - 140pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos - Maps - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $19.95
David L. Phillips - SOLDIER STORY: THE DOUBLE LIFE OF A CONFEDERATE SPY - Pictorial Histories - 128pp - Photos - Paintings - Maps - From the diaries of Confederate Major Issac Smith, who vividly describes the Confederate retreat in eastern Virginia and fighting in the Kanawha Valley of West Virginia - BRAND NEW - $15.98
David L. Phillips - WAR DIARIES: THE KANAWHA VALLEY CAMPAIGNS - Gauley Mount Press, Leesburg 1990 - 480pp - Colonel Tompkins, CSA, Gen Jacob Cox, USA who agreed to protect Tompkin's family in the Union controlled area of western Virginia and others tell the story of war in western Virginia and the New State Movement that led to the formation of West Virginia in 1863 - BRAND NEW - $30
David L. Phillips - WAR STORIES: CIVIL WAR IN WEST VIRGINIA - Gauley Mount Press, Leesburg 1991 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Dust jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 489pp - Index - Illustrations - $40
Rawling, Charles J. - HISTORY OF THE FIRST REGIMENT VIRGINIA INFANTRY - Philadelphia 1887 - 284pp - FINE Condition - 1st Edition - Bright title on spine - Clean and Tight - Complete Rosters - This Union Unit was organized May 11, 1861 in Wheeling (Now West Virginia ) as a 3 month unit - $525
Sutton, Joseph - HISTORY OF THE SECOND REGIMENT WEST VIRGINIA CAVALRY VOLUNTEERS DURING THE WAR OF THE REBELLION - Blue Acorn Press - Reprint of 1892 Original with new material and photos added - 321pp - Illustrated - Photos - Death Rolls - Survivor Listing - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - BRAND NEW Hardcover -- Publisher's List Price = $35 - Our Price - $33
David Scott Turk - THE UNION HOLE: UNIONIST ACTIVITY AND LOCAL CONFLICT IN WESTERN VIRGINIA - Heritage Books - 130pp - Illustrated - Index - Biblio - BRAND NEW Softcover - $17.50

WISCONSIN


Beaudot, William J. K. - THE 24TH WISCONSIN INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR : THE BIOGRAPHY OF A REGIMENT - Stackpole Books - ISBN# 0811708942 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in a Dust Jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 438pp - Index - Notes - Biblio - Photos - Maps - Publisher's List Price = $32.95 - Our Price - $30
Burton, William L. - MELTING POT SOLDIERS: THE UNION'S ETHNIC REGIMENTS - Fordham Univ. Press - 284pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - A look at the Germans, Irish, Italians and Other Immigrants Who Fought for the Union - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $32.50 - Our Price - $29
Alan Gaff - IF THIS IS WAR: A HISTORY OF THE CAMPAIGN OF BULL'S RUN BY THE WISCONSIN REGIMENT THEREAFTER KNOWN AS THE "RAGGED ASS SECOND" - 347pp - Maps - Photos - BRAND NEW Handcover in Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - $29.95
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 - $30
Lance Herdegen - THE MEN STOOD LIKE IRON: HOW THE IRON BRIGADE WON ITS NAME - Indiana Univ. Press, 1997 - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 271 pages - Notes - Maps - Photos - Bibliography - Index - Details how the frontier boys of Wisconsin and Indiana enlisted and became the "Iron Brigade" - troops McClellan called "equal to the best troops in any army in the world." - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Lance Herdegen and William Beaudot - IN THE BLOODY RAILROAD CUT AT GETTYSBURG - (6th Wisconsin Infantry) - Morningside - BRAND NEW Softcover - Maps - Photos - Bibliography - Index - "...exciting account of the early hours of the Gettysburg fight focuses on the 6th Wisconsin Infantry, which formed part of the Iron Brigade of the 1st Corps that arrived on the field early on the morning of 1 July as the first cracks of infantry fire exploded west of the town along the Chambersburg Pike. .... A fine writing style and a store of material relating to minor officers and private soldiers belonging to the unit characterize this account."(CWIB) - $30
Julian Wisner Hinkly - A NARRATIVE OF SERVICE WITH THE 3RD WISCONSIN INFANTRY - Madison 1912 - First Edition - FINE Condition - 197 pages - Interior Clean and Tight - Cover shows typical soiling to white cloth spine - Issued as part of Wisconsin History Commission Papers (#7) - Nevins calls this "A thoroughly organized and completely reliable memoir, based on letters, diary, and portwar manuscript; Hinkley saw much service in both major battle areas." - $150
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Julian W. Hinkley (Capt, 3rd Wisconsin) - A NARRATIVE OF SERVICE WITH THE THIRD WISCONSIN INFANTRY - Madison 1912 - 1st Edition - NEAR FINE Condition (with normal darkening to cream colored spine) - 197pp - Index - This unit served in XII Corps and was one of Fox's "Fighting 300" - $225

Julian W. Hinkley (Capt, 3rd Wisconsin) - A NARRATIVE OF SERVICE WITH THE THIRD WISCONSIN INFANTRY - Madison 1912 - 1st Edition - NEAR FINE Condition (normal darkening to cream colored spine - some edge wear - previous owner name inside front cover) - 197pp - Index - This unit served in XII Corps and was one of Fox's "Fighting 300" - $175
THE IRON BRIGADE AT GETTYSBURG: OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE PART BORNE BY THE 1ST BRIGADE, 1ST DIVISION, 1ST ARMY CORPS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, JULY 1ST, 2ND, AND 3RD, 1863 - Butternut & Blue - Reprint of 1879 Original Pamphlet - 15pp - Brand New Softcover - $20
Lavery, Dennis S. / Jordan, Mark H. - IRON BRIGADE GENERAL : JOHN GIBBON, A REBEL IN BLUE (CONTRIBUTIONS IN MILITARY STUDIES, NO 138) - Praeger (Greenwood) - ISBN# 0313285764 - BRAND NEW Laminated Hardcover - Now once again available - In Green Boards - This is a Print on Demand title and shipped direct from publisher - please allow approx 3 weeks for delivery - $52.95
(4thWisc) Martin, Michael J. - A HISTORY OF THE 4TH WISCONSIN INFANTRY AND CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - Savas-Beatie - ISBN# 1932714189 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in dust jacket (Protected in a New Brodart Cover) - 1st Edition - SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR - 570pp - Photos - Maps - Index - Rosters - Biblio - Notes - Foreword by Lance Herdegen - The Wisconsin "Badgers" began the war as foot soldiers in the summer of 1861 as the 4th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. After service in Maryland guarding railroads, the men sailed to the Gulf of Mexico to join Maj. Gen. Benjamin Butler's expedition to capture the South's most important city: New Orleans. From August 1862 to July 1863, the 4th Wisconsin participated as infantry or mounted infantry in a series of bloody battles in Louisiana, including Baton Rouge, Bisland, the siege of Port Hudson, and Clinton. With a desperate need for mounted troops, the Badgers were officially changed to cavalry in September 1863 and became the 4th Wisconsin Cavalry. As troopers, they took part in four mounted expeditions across Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, serving under such notable generals as Albert Lee, John Davidson, and Benjamin Grierson. The Confederate armies surrendered in the spring of 1865, but the 4th Wisconsin Cavalry joined Maj. Gen. Wesley Merritt's cavalry division that July on its ride from Louisiana intoTexas, where the regiment was broken up and deployed in various outposts along the Rio Grande River. On May 28, 1866, Wisconsin's last regiment of Civil War volunteers was finally mustered out at Brownsville, Texas. Unfortunately, many of the men would not be going home: 431 had lost their lives to enemy bullets and disease - $34.95

Henry Matrau (6th Wisconsin Infantry) - LETTERS HOME: HENRY MATRAU OF THE IRON BRIGADE - University of Nebraska - 200pp - Map - Photos - Index - Civil War Magazine called this "A must for all admirers of that stellar combat unit...especially important because of its information on the 1864-65 Virginia campaigns, which are given short shrift in other books on the Iron Brigade." - BRAND NEW Softcover - $11
Henry Matrau (6th Wisconsin Infantry) - LETTERS HOME: HENRY MATRAU OF THE IRON BRIGADE - University of Nebraska - 200pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Map - Photos - Index - Civil War Magazine called this "A must for all admirers of that stellar combat unit...especially important because of its information on the 1864-65 Virginia campaigns, which are given short shrift in other books on the Iron Brigade." - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
Newton, Kames K. (14th Wisconsin) - A WISCONSIN BOY IN DIXIE : CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF JAMES K. NEWTON - Univ Wisconsin Press - ISBN# 0299024849 - BRAND NEW Softcover - Edited by Stephen Ambrose - 187pp - Index - Photos - Roster of Co F. 14th Wisconsin Infantry - $17.95
Alan T. Nolan and Sharon Vipond - GIANTS IN THEIR TALL BLACK HATS: ESSAYS ON THE IRON BRIGADE - Indiana University Press - 320pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Photos - Maps -Known as the Black Hat Brigade, the Iron Brigade was composed of units from Wisconsin (2nd, 6th, 7th), Indiana (19th) and Michigan (24th) -The most famous unit in the Union Army - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $27.95 - Our Price - $25.15
Alan T. Nolan - THE IRON BRIGADE: A MILITARY HISTORY - Indiana University Press - 0253208637 - 432pp - 57 photos - On the list of The Civil War Times "100 Best" Civil War books - The Iron Brigade was composed of units from Wisconsin, Indiana and Michigan - The most famous unit in the Union Army - UBS#68 - BRAND NEW Softcover - $19.95
Otto, John H. - MEMOIRS OF A DUTCH MUDSILL: THE WAR MEMORIES OF JOHN HENRY OTTO, CAPTAIN, COMPANY D, 21ST REGIMENT WISCONSIN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY - Kent State Univ Pr - ISBN# 0873387996 -BRAND NEW Hardcover with dust jacket (Protected in New Brodart Cover) - Edited by David Gould and James Kennedy - 425pp - Photos - maps - Biblio - Notes - Index - Publisher's List Price = $39 - Our Price - $32.95
James M. Paradis - STRIKE THE BLOW FOR FREEDOM: THE 6TH UNITED STATES COLORED INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - White Mane 1998- 250pp - The 6th Colored Infantry fought at Richmond, Petersburg, Fort Fisher in North Carolina, and at New Market Heights where three of their soldiers received the Congressional Medal of Honor - Photos - Maps - Illustrations - Biblio - Index - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27
Susan T. Puck - SACRIFICE AT VICKSBURG - White Mane - 168pp - Photos - Illustrations - Maps - The story of three soldiers of the 23rd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry from their enlistment in 1862 until their release from service. Details of service in Mississippi with Grant in the swamps and ine assault on Vicksburg - $24.95
Pula, James S. - THE SIGEL REGIMENT - THE 26TH WISCONSIN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY- Savas Publishing - ISBN#1882810201 -1st Edition Printing - SIGNED By Author - BRAND NEW Copy in Jacket - 384pp - Roster - Photos - Illustrations - Maps - One of Fox's Fighting 300 - the 26th Wisconsin, composed of soldiers of German descent, received baptism of fire at Chancellorsville, where 33 percent of regiment killed or wounded. - $85
Ray, William - FOUR YEARS IN THE IRON BRIGADE: THE CIVIL WAR JOURNAL OF WILLIAM RAY, SEVENTH WISCONSIN VOLUNTEERS - DaCapo Press - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 446pp - Illustrations - Maps - Photos - Edited by Lance Herdegen and Sherry Murphy - - Ray was wounded at Second Bull Run, Gettysburg and Wilderness - he wrote something in his journal almost daily - Brand New Hardcover - FINALLY! JUST ARRIVED! - Publisher's List Price = $27.50 - Our Price - $25
Reid, Harvey - UNCOMMON SOLDIERS: HARVEY REID AND THE 22ND WISCONSIN MARCH WITH SHERMAN - Univ Tennessee Press - Edited by Frank Byrne - 336pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrated - BRAND NEW Hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $32 - Our Price - $29
Sullivan, James P. (6th Wisconsin Infantry) - AN IRISHMAN IN THE IRON BRIGADE: THE CIVIL WAR MEMOIRS OF JAMES P. SULLIVAN, SERGT. COMPANY K, 6TH WISCONSIN VOLUNTEERS - Fordham Univ. Press - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 190 pp - Photos - Index - Biblio - Sullivan fought in many major battles including South Mountain, Second Manassas and Gettysburg - he was wounded 4 times and enlisted three times, serving 4 years - BRAND NEW hardcover - Publisher's List Price = $30 - Our Price - $27
Watrous, Jerome A. - CIVIL WAR REGIMENTS FROM WISCONSIN - Moseley Hall Pub - BRAND NEW Softcover - 128PP - Index - Reprint of 1908 Original - $17
Wehner, Christopher C. - THE 11TH WISCONSIN IN THE CIVIL WAR : A REGIMENTAL HISTORY- McFarland Pub - ISBN# 0786432101 - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Library Binding - 240pp - Rosters - Photos - Illustrations - Index - Notes - Biblio - Maps - This volume details the Civil War experiences of the 11th Wisconsin Volunteers as they traveled more than 9000 miles in the service of their country. The book looks at the attitude prevalent in Wisconsin at the start of the war and discusses the background of the men who comprised the regiment, 72 percent of whom were farmers. Compiled primarily from the letters and diaries of the men who served in the 11th Wisconsin, the work focuses on the firsthand day-to-day experiences of the common soldier, including rations (or lack thereof), clothing, disease, and, at times, the simple act of waiting. The 11th Wisconsin lost more men to disease than to battle, so their story presents an accurate picture not only of the heroic but also the sometimes humdrum yet perilous existence of the soldier. Appendices provide a list of occupations practiced by the men, dates of muster into service for the regiment's companies and a copy of a sermon delivered by George Wells after Lee's surrender in 1865 - Publisher's List Price = $45 - Our Price - $41.95
Welcher, Frank J.- COBURN'S BRIGADE: 85TH INDIANA, 33RD INDIANA, 19TH MICHIGAN AND 22ND WISCONSIN IN THE CIVIL WAR - Guild Press - 462pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - Illustrated - Index - Photos - Maps - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $29.95
Van R. Willard (3rd Wisconsin Infantry) - WITH THE 3RD WISCONSIN BADGERS - Stackpole Books - 320 pp - Photos - Maps - Edited by Steven Raab (See Steve's autograph site at the Civil War Mall) - Details of most of the major campaigns of the war from Bank's 1862 Valley Campaign to Sherman's 1864 Georgia Campaign from Willard's diaries - BRAND NEW - Publisher's List Price = $29.95 - Our Price - $27

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Joseph Bilby and Steve O'Neill - MY SONS WERE FAITHFUL AND THEY FOUGHT: THE IRISH BRIGADE AT ANTIETAM, AN ANTHOLOGY - Longstreet House - A collection of essays by several noted authors - Royalties from sales go to the Irish Brigade Monument at Antietam - 140pp - Illustrated - Maps - Oversized Softcover - BRAND NEW $18
Capt. David Porter Conyngham - THE IRISH BRIGADE AND ITS CAMPAIGNS - Olde Soldier Books - 599pp - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - This also includes accounts of the Corcoran Legion. The Irish Brigade was comprised of the 63rd, 68th, 88th New York, 28th Mass and 116th PA and ranks as the most famous brigades of the Army of the Potomac - Appendices include biographical sketches of numerous officers - BRAND NEW - $30
(2ndUSSS) Earley, Gerald L. - THE SECOND UNITED STATES SHARPSHOOTERS IN THE CIVIL WAR - A HISTORY AND ROSTER - McFarland Publishing - ISBN# 9780786439256 -BRAND NEW Laminated Hardcover - 245pp - Photos - Biblio - Index - Rosters - Maps - The Second U.S. Sharpshooters was a hodgepodge regiment, composed of companies raised in several New England states. The regiment was trained for a specific mission and armed with specially ordered breech-loading target rifles. This book covers the origin, recruitment, training, and battle record of the regiment and features 32 photographs, four battlefield maps, and a regimental roster - Publisher's List Price = $55 - Our Price - $51

Lance Herdegen - THE MEN STOOD LIKE IRON: HOW THE IRON BRIGADE WON ITS NAME - Indiana Univ. Press, 1997 - 1st Edition - Dust Jacket (All Our DJs are protected in New Brodart DJ Covers) - 271 pages - Notes - Maps - Photos - Bibliography - Index - Details how the frontier boys of Wisconsin and Indiana enlisted and became the "Iron Brigade" - troops McClellan called "equal to the best troops in any army in the world." - BRAND NEW Hardcover - $24.95
Humphreys, Andrew A. (General) - FROM GETTYSBURG TO THE RAPIDAN - THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC JULY 1863 TO APRIL 1864 - Butternut & Blue Reprint - Originally published 1883 - Fold Out Maps - BRAND NEW Hardcover in Red Cloth - $18.50
Michael Ingrisano Jr. - AN ARTILLERYMAN'S WAR: GUS DEY AND THE 2ND UNITED STATES ARTILLERY - White Mane 1998 - 342pp - 25 Photos - 11 Maps - Biblio - Index - The role of the Artillery of the Regular Army at the start of the war. These units held the Confederates at bay until volunteers could be recruited - BRAND NEW Softcover - $24.95
THE IRON BRIGADE AT GETTYSBURG: OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE PART BORNE BY THE 1ST BRIGADE, 1ST DIVISION, 1ST ARMY CORPS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, JULY 1ST, 2ND, AND 3RD, 1863 - Butternut & Blue - Reprint of 1879 Original Pamphlet - 15pp - Brand New Softcover - $20
James A. Morgan - ALWAYS READY, ALWAYS WILLING: BATTERY "M", SECOND U.S. ARTILLERY - Olde Soldier Books - 56pp - 8 full-page maps - Photos - Roster - This battery served with distinction while attached to Custer's Cavalry Brigade. BRAND NEW Softcover - $7.50
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