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Surviving The Confederacy Rebellion, Ruin, and Recovery Roger and Sara Pryor During the Civil War

By: Waugh, John C.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: N.Y., Harcourt, 2002

Edition: First Edition


447 pages, illustrations. "Pryor was a fiery newspaper editor, secessionist leader, and soldier." View more info

Tarnished Eagles The Courts-Martial Of Fifty Union Colonels And Lieutenant Colonels

By: Lowry, Thomas P. William C. Davis

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Mechanicsburg PA, Stackpole Books, 1997

Edition: First Edition


258 pages, photos. Some very interesting accounts of officers who really deserved to be court-martialed. View more info

Ten Years in the Saddle The Memoir of William Woods Averell

By: Averell, William Woods, Edward K. Eckert

Price: $18.00

Publisher: San Rafael CA, Presido Press, 1978

Edition: First Edition


443 pages, maps, frontis, illustrations, unread copy! Served in the West before the Civil War, served in the war and was removed from command by Sheridan. View more info

The 1862 Plot To Kidnap Jefferson Davis

By: Vifquain, Victor, Jeffery Smith, Phillip Tucker

Price: $11.00

Publisher: Mechanicsburg PA, Stackpole Books, 1998

Edition: First Edition


182 pages, map, photos. The memoir of Victor Vifquain and the attempt to kidnap the President of the Confederacy. View more info

The Battle of the Wilderness

By: Schaff, Morris

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Boston, Houghton Mifflin And Company, 1910

Edition: First Edition


345 pages, frontis, maps, slight edge wear, ink name. View more info

The Boys Of 61 Or Four Years Of Fighting Personal Observation With The Army And Navy From The First Battle Of Bull Run To The Fall Of Richmond

By: Coffin, Charles Carleton

Price: $85.00

Publisher: Boston, Estes And Lauriat, 1884


558 pgs. Illustrated, gilt pictorial cover, very bright, front hinge reinforced. View more info

The Boys Of 61 Or Four Years Of Fighting Personal Observation With The Army And Navy From The First Battle Of Bull Run To The Fall Of Richmond

By: Coffin, Charles Carleton

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Boston, Estes And Lauriat, 1881


558 pgs. Illustrated, pictorial end papers, pictorial covers, new spine with original cloth on top, frontis, edge wear, Copy has book plate and signature of author / historian John Carroll. View more info

The Journal of a Grandfather

By: Hughes, W. E.

Price: $950.00

Publisher: St. Louis, Nixon-Jones Printing CO., 1912

Edition: First Edition


239 pages, frontis, illustrations, INSCRIBED by the author on front fly-leaf, limited to 100 copies, original brown boards with tan back-strip, one corner tip exposed, top edge gilt, else fine. Graff 2007, Howes C856 (listed under Cramp) "Colonel Cramp served in the Confederate army and was later active in the Texas cattle Industry." Contains information on Charles Goodnight and the King Ranch. Rare! View more info

The Knightly Soldier A Biography Of Major Henry Ward Camp Tenth Conn. Vols.

By: Trumbull, H. Clay Chaplain

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Boston, Noyes, Holmes & CO., 1871


Frontis, 335 pgs + appendix/ comments 14pgs, illustrations, green cloth with gilt lettering and emblems, wear to head and toe of spine View more info

The Life of Gen. Philip Sheridan Its Romance and Reality: How a Humble Lad Reached The Head Of The Army. The Career and Achievements of This Masterly Leader Of Men In Battle; Realistic Descriptions Of The March, Raid, And Charge Of The Horsemen; And

By: Burr, Frank A.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Springfield, Mass., 1888

Edition: First Edition


Frontis, 445 pgs. Illus. Photos, green cloth with gilt lettering normal wear, hinges broken, ex-library, good reading copy. The title says it all. View more info

The Life of Gen. Philip Sheridan Its Romance and Reality: How a Humble Lad Reached The Head Of The Army. The Career and Achievements of This Masterly Leader Of Men In Battle; Realistic Descriptions Of The March, Raid, And Charge Of The Horsemen; And

By: Burr, Frank A.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Springfield, Mass., 1888

Edition: First Edition


Frontis, 445 pgs. Illus. Photos, green cloth with gilt lettering normal wear, hinges broken, good reading copy. The title says it all. View more info

The Long Surrender

By: Davis, Burke

Price: $15.00

Publisher: N.Y., Random House, 1985


319 pages, map end-papers, map, photos. The flight of Jefferson Davis and his cabinet as they sought to continue the war and escape capture during the closing days of the Confederacy. View more info

The Most Promising Young Man of the South James Johnston Pettigrew and His Men at Gettysburg

By: Wilson, Clyde N.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Abilene, McWhiney Foundation Press, 1998


95 pages, maps, photos, illustrations. Civil War Campaigns and Commanders Series. "A man of honor, Pettigrew deserved the praise he received during the Gettysburg Campaign of June 1-July 17, 1863, where his talent and character received their greatest test. In vicious combat, he enhanced his reputation. Four times his Tarheels faced Union guns, including the swirling attack at McPherson's Ridge on July 1, and the titanic assault on Cemetery Ridge on July 3, before de... View more info

The Public Good Philanthropy And Welfare In The Civil War Era

By: Bremner, Robert H.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: N.Y, Alfred A. Knopf, 1980

Edition: First Edition


234 pages photos. The impact of the Civil War and Reconstruction on American society. View more info

The Richard Ely Selden JR. Letters Written in 1866 Post-Civil War Impressions of Missouri and Kansas

By: Selden, Richard

Price: $60.00

Publisher: 1957


Original still paper covers, very slight wear, 99 pages, photo, Introduction by Lynde Selden. views of the political climate and problems dealing with the aftermath of the conflict. Information on Quantrell's raid on Kansas. Rather scarce item. View more info