Category: Civil War


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A Confederate in the Colorado Gold Fields Edited With an Introduction by Donald J. Berthrong and Odessa Davenport

By: Conner, Daniel Ellis

Price: $19.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1970

Edition: First Edition

186 pages, maps, illustrations, review copy with card laid in, minor wear to jacket. "Conner went to the goldfields in 1859, and was there when the war broke out. He remained near Pueblo with a band of Revel sympathizers and tried to wrest control of the Southwest from the Union. Connor wrote his narrative after the war." Rittenhouse 126, "He journeyed over the SFT to Bent's Fort and on to Colorado in 1859. His account of the trail contains superior accounts... View more info

A Few Memories Of A Long Life New Edition Edited by John M. Carroll

By: Wallace, Robert C. Carroll, John M.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Fairfield, Washington, YE Galleon Press, 1988

Edition: Limited/Numbered

137 pages, Limited Edition, #242 of 530 copies, printed on 80-pound Crest Bark paper. A Civil War book detailing the actual experiences of the author and includes some information on George Armstrong Custer. Swinford mention. View more info

A Narrative Of Military Service

By: Hazen, W. B. General

Price: $375.00

Publisher: Boston, Ticknor And Company, 1885

Edition: First Edition

450 pages, illustrations, frontis, minor exterior wear, bookplate, rear hinge starting, period owner signature (Assistant Surgeon 23rd Kentucky Volunteers Inf.). The author's experiences during the Civil War, and service in the Indian Wars (prior to the Civil War.) Shiloh, Chattanooga, Atlanta Campaign, pursuit of Hood, march to the sea, etc. View more info

A Sketch Of The History Of Debray's 26th Regiment Of Texas Cavalry

By: N/A

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Waco Texas, Waco Village Press, 1961

Original stiff paper covers, original plain paper jacket, 26 pages, #171 of 300 copies. Introduction by Palmer Bradley. Facsimile of the original 1884 edition. View more info

A Soldier's Reminiscences In Peace And War

By: Johnson, R. W. Brig-Gen.

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & CO., 1886

Edition: First Edition

428 pages, frontis, slight wear to edges. Graff 2222, "Johnson describes service in the West (principally Texas) before the Civil War, including several famous forts, experiences during the Civil War, and life in Minnesota after the War." Inckudes a short section on the Sioux uprising of 1862. View more info

A Trooper's Adventures In The War For The Union By A Cavalryman

By: (Adams, Francis C.) A Cavalryman

Price: $95.00

Publisher: N.Y., Hurst And Company,

Edition: First Edition

616 pages, decorative cover, slight exterior wear. Narrative of the Peninsula Campaign under McClellan. View more info

Above A Common Soldier Frank and Mary Clarke in the American West and Civil War Revised Edition

By: Miller, Darlis A.

Price: $17.00

Publisher: Albuquerque, Univ. New Mexico Press, 1997

222 pages, frontis, photos. Frank Clarke was an English immigrant who served as a noncommissioned officer, civilian employee, and Union volunteer. He served in Mexico, Missouri, New Mexico, and bleeding Kansas, on the Sioux, Solomon River, Utah expeditions, and in Mississippi and Tennessee. View more info

Abraham Lincoln And The Road To Emancipation 1861 - 1865

By: Klingaman, William K.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: N.Y., Viking, 2001

Edition: First Edition

344 pages, index. An insight into the Emancipation, the events leading up to it, and the effects two years afterwards. Lincoln's death and reconstruction is addressed. View more info

Across the Continent with the Fifth Cavalry

By: Price, George F.

Price: $500.00

Publisher: N.Y., D. Van Nostrand, Publishers, 1883

Edition: First Edition

505 pages, + Errata, frontis, illustrations, original decorative cloth with the slightest of edge wear, hinges starting but solid, very attractive copy, housed in a slipcase. The unit saw much action on the plains from Texas to Montana. Contains military records of it's officers. Wesley Merritt, Buffalo Bill, Carr, Custer, Crook, etc. Rader 2735, Howes 582, Graff 3361. View more info

Adventures Of America 1857-1900 A Pictorial Record From Harper's Weekly

By: Kouwenhoven, John A.

Price: $18.00

Publisher: N.Y., Harper & Brother, 1938

Edition: First Edition

Filled with illustrations, slight exterior wear, else very good condition View more info

America Goes To War The Civil War and Its Meaning in American Culture

By: Canton, Bruce

Price: $6.00

Publisher: Wesleyan University Press, 1986

128 pgs, illustrated. "The first Modern War, The Politics of War, The Citizen Soldier, The General as President, etc. View more info

An Unerring Fire The Massacre at Fort Pillow

By: Fuchs, Richard L.

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Mechanicsburg PA, Stackpole Books, 2002

Edition: First Thus

190 pages, illustrations. "On April 12, 1864, Confederate cavalry led by General Nathan Bedford Forrest captured a Union fort near Memphis Tennessee and was accused of slaughtering the defeated troops, most of whom were African American." View more info

As It Was Reminiscences of a Soldier of the Third Texas Cavalry and the Nineteenth Louisiana Infantry Introduction by T. Michael Parrish

By: Cater, Douglas, John

Price: $45.00

Publisher: State House Press, 1990

231 pages plus index, limited, frontis, slipcase, #43 of 50 numbered copies, SIGNED by Parrish. Wilson's Creek, Pea Ridge, Vicksburg, etc. Reminiscences of a soldier's life in the ranks of the Third Texas Cavalry. View more info

Atlanta and the War

By: Garrison, Webb

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Nashville Tenn., Rutledge Hill Press, 1995

Edition: First Edition

283 pages, illustrations, remainder mark on bottom page edge. The author contends that Sherman's main goal was to destroy Atlanta, but the Southern Army. View more info

Battle in the Wilderness Grant Meets Lee

By: McWhiney, Grady

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Abilene, McWhiney Foundation Press, 1998

132 pages, maps, photos. Civil War Campaigns and Commanders Series. "In the spring of 1864, for two days the great armies wrestle amid the nightmare landscape that would give this bloody battle its name. An absorbing and detailed account of one of the greatest battles between Grant and Lee, vividly depicted by a distinguished historian." View more info