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Reminiscences of the Civil War-John Gordon
Item #: NEW-0015912

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Publisher: New York: Charles Scribner, 1903, New York, 1903
Used - Very Good. Cloth.  Good. First Edition. 8vo-  portrait of Gordon is present.  Pencil identification of a previous owner of the fly page.

Binding is tight, though the paper is split.Clean interior pages.  See scans to view the condition of the boards which are worn, especially on the bottom of the cover.  Note the spotted areas where the color has worn off. 

John B Gordon

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Wearing of the Gray-Esten Cooke
Item #: NEW-0015911

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This is a first edition, bound in the original leather covers.  That's the good news.  The bad news is that it is in extreme need to rebinding or repair.  One plus inch tear at the bottom spine, wear to the bottom and top edges of the spine.  Chip out of the top of the spine on the top spine.  Binding is loose and all the pages preceding the title page are loose which are worn.  Old attempt to tape the pages which was removed but is stained.  The same problem at the end of the book that is stained on one page where the old tape is removed.  The next page has white tape on the last blank page.  The book is very dusty.  

COOKE, John Esten. Wearing of the Gray; Being Personal Portraits, Scenes and Adventures of the War. New York: E.B. Treat & Co., 1867. The portrait of Jeb Stuart is present and is a beautiful engraving 

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Portraits of Conflict-Georgia-Photographic History
Item #: NEW-0015838

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Hardback book published in 1996 by the University of Arkansas Press. Interior clean, minor wear to the dust cover.  Authors are Anne J  Bailey & Walter J Fraser, Jr. 410 pages

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Portraits of Conflict-Mississippi-Photographic History
Item #: NEW-0015837

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Publisher: University of Arkansas Press, 1993.  Clean interior with some wear to the dust cover. Authors are Bobby Roberts and Carl Moneyhon. 396 pages.

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Portraits of Conflict-Louisiana-Photographic History
Item #: NEW-0015835

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This is a first edition,  Portraits of Conflict: A Photographic history of Louisiana in the Civil War.  The author is Carl Moneyhon and the publisher is University of Arkansas Press. It was published in 1990.  356 pages.









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Stonewall Jackson-Military History-John Esten Cook
Item #: NEW-0015834

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Publisher: D. Appleton and Company, 1876, second edition, with 12 portraits and 6 maps, one folding. Second Edition. which has been rebound.  The original book was all leather and it now has an attractive spine.  Marbled pages, scuffed edges and wear to the tips. Back board has a large stain and edges, scuffed and worn. Penciled name on one of the fly papers. Embossed stamp of a previous owner on one of the end papers.

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Portraits of Conflict-Texas-Photographic History
Item #: NEW-0015833

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This book is by Carl Moneyhon and Bobby Roberts, published in 1998 by the University of Arkansas Press.  First Edition, in excellent condition. 380 pages

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The Battle of Seven Pines-Gustavus Woodson Smith
Item #: NEW-0015129

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This is a reprint of the book which was originally printed in 1892 regarding the events of Fair Oaks or Seven Pines.  This is a print on demand book.  Minor wear

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A Short History of General Nathan Bedford Forrest
Item #: NEW-0015127

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This may be the scarcest of the little series of famous Civil War Generals put out by Duke's Cigarettes.  Measures only 3 by 1 and a half inches.  Somewhat loose from the staple and shows some wear.  See scan.  

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Voters In Blue-The Citizen Soldiers of the Civil War-Williams
Item #: NEW-0015076

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This article by Harry Williams is from the Mississippi Valley Historical Review.  It is old but this was taken from the Review so I have no way of knowing.

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Burnside's Bridge-Phillip Thomas Tucker
Item #: NEW-0014974

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This first edition book was published in 2000 by Stackpole books. Some wear to the dust cover edges.  This book focuses on the contributions of the 2nd and 20th Georgia forces at Antietam Creek.

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Article-Felix De Fontaine Letters-Charleston Daily Courier
Item #: NEW-0014941

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This article was taken from Tennessee Historical Quarterly-XVII-June 19 1958.  This article was edited by James M Merrill and contains letters written in 1862 by a war correspondent for the Charleston Daily Courier.  The article is notable for its accuracy despite the writers strong Southern sentiments. Sixteen pages.  Shiloh Cornith  

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Pennsylvania Raises An Army-1861-Edward G Everett Article
Item #: NEW-0014930

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This article was removed form the Western Pennsylvania History Magazine, Summer 1956.  20 plus pages. 

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Life & Campaigns of Lt.-Gen. Thomas J. Jackson
Item #: NEW-0014560

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This first edition book was published in 1866 and is the first American edition.  Author is R L Dabney.  This appears to be a very early re-binding of the book.  There is a split in the pasted down first page.  There is one fold out map.  Wear to the leather on the tips.  Please view the scans of the exterior.  The portrait of Jackson is present and the interior pages are clean.  Ink signature of a previous owner.




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Forrest's Artillery-John Morton
Item #: NEW-0014514

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This first edition book was written by John Watson Morton, "The Artillery of Nathan Bedford Forrest's Cavalry", "The Wizard of the Saddle".  Published in Nashville Tenn, Dallas Tex. M E Church, South-1909.  The scans tell the story of the condition of the boards.  You will note the fading of the gold gilt on the author's name on the front cover. The lettering is completely faded on the spine, dark at the bottom and split at the top.  There is a great deal of writing on the front as can be seen in the last scan.  The author's grandson has inscribed the book to a previous owner and more writing by other owners. There is a split down the title page where the portrait of Morton is and some scattered spotting.The rest of the book is completely bound and the interior pages are much better than might be expected in a book that has traveled through so many owners. 

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Children of Pride-Robert Manson Myers
Item #: NEW-0014502

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"A The Story of Georgia and the Civil War."  Published in 1979 by Yale University Press. First Edition This is a huge and heavy book, 1844 pages.  Tear on the back of the dust cover at the top edge.  Scattered stains on the back cover as well.  The book consists of letters written during the Civil War period. This book can be mailed book rate for a savings.  Excessive postage paid will be refunded.

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Gen Joseph Wheeler-Army of Tenneseee-DuBose
Item #: NEW-0014495

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This is a first edition and very nice example of DuBose's important book on General Joe Wheeler which was printed by Neale in 1923.  Some shelf wear to the spine, corners turned in and a couple of bumped places on the board.  Tightly bound, no owner's marks but stains on the portrait and title page.  Interior pages are clean with few exceptions. 476 pages.  Scan looks green but the boards are black.  

Joe Wheeler
Army of Tennessee 
John Witherspoon Dubose

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Memoirs of Stonewall Jackson
Item #: NEW-0014406

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This volume has some serious condition problems as can be seen in the scan.  I liked the cover and have it displayed in my bookcase showing the cover.  Note the taped front pages and back pages.  It is partially disbound on the section which show the picture of Stonewall but the rest is loosely bound.

This is the 1895 edition written by his widow, Mary Anna Jackson.  Published in Louisville Kentucky. Selling as is.

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Nathan Bedford Forrest-Jack Hurst
Item #: NEW-0013934

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This first edition book with very minor wear was published in 1993 by Alfred A Knopf

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That Devil Forrest-John A Wyeth
Item #: NEW-0013933

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This book was published in 1959 by Harper Brothers.  It is a reprint of an earlier book titled, The Life of General Nathan Bedford Forrest which was published in 1899.  Worn dust cover with years and chipping.  The spine of the board is dimpled.  There is a book plate of a previous owner pasted in and another inscription by a later owner on the same page. Clean interior. 

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As They Saw Forrest--Robert Selph Henry
Item #: NEW-0013902

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This is a first edition, printed in 1956 by McCowat-Mercer Press in Jackson Mississippi.  Chipping to the dust jacket and edges.  Inked gift inscription which includes, "The South Shall Rise Again." The maps are present but creased.  Clean interior.

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Two Great Raids-John Hunt Morgan-Col Grierson
Item #: NEW-0013813

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This is a scarce booklet. printed in 1897. I was only able to find one of the available on the web and that one was priced $250. The front cover of the soft bound book is completely separated and has extreme chipping along the edges as can be seen in the scan. The back cover is still bound but with extreme wear, The pages are news print so the acidic toning has darkened the page.  The interior pages are in good condition with only a few minor wear problems.

TWO GREAT RAIDS: Col. Grierson's Successful Swoop Through Mississippi. Morgan's Disastrous Raid Through Indiana and Ohio. Vivid Narratives of Both These Great Operations, with Extracts from Official Records. John Morgan's Escape, Last Raid, and Death. 
 Washington, DC: The National Tribune, 1897 320 pages. The first section of the book is headed: "Grierson's Raid. / Narrative of the Chief Scout./ The Story Told by the Private Soldier Who Contributed Very Much to the Success of the Enterprise. / By R. W. Surby, 7th Ill. Cav."The second narrative is headed: "Morgan's Raid. / A Wild Swoop That Ended in the Ohio Penitentiary. / A Race for Life. / A Vivid Account of the Race by a Noted Historical Writer. / By Gen. G. C. Kniffin."Grierson's Raid" was first published in 1865 and is rare. "Morgan's Raid" was first published in the National Tribune April 1, 1882 and is also rare. 

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Last Full Measure-Jeff Shara
Item #: NEW-0013692

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This first edition book was published in 1998 by Ballentine books.  First Edition, as stated.  Minor edge wear to the dust cover on the spine.  This is the last book in a popular trilogy of  Killer Angels and Gods and Generals, both best sellers.

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The Civil War on the Outer Banks
Item #: NEW-0013678

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Scarce book by Fred M Mallison which was published by McFarland & Company in Jefferson North Carolina.  1998.  Pasted paper cover.  Right bottom corner tip is worn with a tear and another tear on right edge of the cover. Very clear interior.  This is a history of the late rebellion along the coast of North Carolina from Carteret ot Currituck.  Currently the cheapest price on the web.

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Shelby and His Men-General Joseph Shelby
Item #: NEW-0013588

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This first edition, important book is listed in Howes.  Published in 1867 by John Edwards.  Miami Printing and Publishing in Cincinnati.  I have never seen this book in good condition and this one has multiple problems.  So there will be no surprises I have provided many scans.  As can be seen in the scan the brown end page is missing.  The binding is split in the front but binding is intact.  The board is textured cloth  and the front board is split at the bottom and is two inches long. Extreme wear to the tips of the board.  The closed pages have foxing and there are moisture stains to varying degrees throughout the book.  There is some moderate foxing on some of the pages.      

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Reminiscences of a Mosby Guerrilla
Item #: NEW-0013586

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This first edition book was published in 1906 by Moffat, Yard and Company in New York. John W Munson is the author. See the scans to view the appearance.  There is some shelf wear on the top and bottom of the spine which appears as crumpling. There is some wear also to the corner tips of the boards  The scan shows the appearance of the front blank page, which has some age toning. I believe the toning which is also on the back pages must have been due to a paper dust cover.  There are also several pencil notations of former price ad a ball point pen library number.  There is an oval stamp on the title page which reads M.C.M. Association Library and the same notation in ink of the library numbers.  There are no other library markings.  Binding is tight and the interior pages are clean.         

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Gen Kirby Smith-CSA-Southern Biography Series
Item #: NEW-0013457

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This is a first edition of Joseph H Parks biography printed in 1954 by the LSU Press.  Sticker of a previous owner and an inked signature and date of another owner.  Clean interior and boards.  Some chipping on the edges and spine on the dust cover.  See scan. 

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1400 Days in the Confederate Army
Item #: NEW-0013432

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The publisher of this Fourteen Hundred  Day in the Confederate Army book was from McCowat-Mercer Press, 1954. Edition Limited to 1000 Copies., This Journal has long been recognized in Confederate history as probably the most unique book in the entire field of soldier narratives. It is a day-by-day record of a Texas private who served both in the Trans-Mississippi Department and the Army of Tennessee.
 
Please view the scans to see this very unusual book which is a copy of the hand printed, written account by W W Heartsill of his experiences day by day from April 19h, 1861 to May 20,1865.  He was with the W P Lane Rangers.  The original printed journal belongs to the Tennessee Historical Society.  This publication was edited by Bell Irvin Wiley.  Only thirteen copies of the original printing are known.
 
There are some condition problems, the most worrisome to me is the stains on the page edges which I am concerned might be  rodent staining.  There is the beginning of some gnawing on the closed pages in the back but must have been rescued before it got more damage.  Ink signature of the previous owner and his ink stamped name and address along with a Confederate Ink Seal.  Inked price as well.  Note the heavy staining or foxing on the edges of the dust cover.

Fourteen Hundred and 91 Days in the Confederate Army

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Wild Train-Andrews Raiders-Charles O Neill
Item #: NEW-0013422

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This is the third edition of this popular book which gave the first full account of a daring Civil War Raid. Printed by Random House in 1956.  Shelf wear to the upper and lower spine of the boards and some chipping at the top and bottom of the dust cover. 

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Bedford Forrest-Eric Sheppard
Item #: NEW-0013414

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Published in 1930 by the Dial Press. First Edition. See scans to see the condition of the boards.  Light foxing on one of the front paper and there is some of the pager edges when viewed closed but other wise clean interior.  Some shelf wear to the spine and a dent in the upper and lower front board edges.  Binding is secure but face it, this book was not well made but it is still a scarce one. 

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Picketts Charge-Carol Reardon
Item #: NEW-0013409

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This book was published in 1997 by the University of North Carolina Press. Minor wear.

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Bold Cavaliers-Dee Alexander Brown
Item #: NEW-0013408

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This first  book is about John Hunt Morgan's 2nd Kentucky Cavalry.  First Edition published in 1959 by J B Lippincott.  Bumped spine, some chipping to the upper and lower spine of the dust cover, which is also slightly faded.  There is a cluster of stains on the face of the dust cover as well as some foxing in other areas of the dust cover.  

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Military Memoirs of a Confederate
Item #: NEW-0013378

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This is the first Civil War book that I had ever read and it hooked me. The author is Edward Porter Alexander.  Published by Scribner's in 1907 and is a first edition.  Penned by Longstreet's Chief of Artillery.  Shelf wear to the spines and quite a bit of edge wear to the spine.  Note the discoloration at the bottom of the spine.  Boards are unsightly and there is edge wear to the boards. Strap is partially split in the front and all the way in the back though binding seems tight.  Long water stain on front end papers.  Map present.  Stamp of previous owner who made a  few pencil notations to the text on the front and back end papers            

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War Years with Jeb Stuart-W W Blackford
Item #: NEW-0013339

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This first edition book was published in 1945 by Scribner's. See scan to view the discoloration on the front board. Shelf wear to the spine which has been bleached by the sun. Blackford was a Lieut Col with Stuart.

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Old Nineteenth Tennessee Reg-CSA-Worsham
Item #: NEW-0013338

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This is a reprint of the Tennessee Regimental Series, dated 1992.  The very rare first edition is also on my site, at the time of this listing. As new.

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Memoirs of The Confederate War-Heros Von Borke
Item #: NEW-0013336

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This is the 1938, first reprint written by the Chief of Staff of General J.E.B. Stuart. Peter Smith, New York.  It is a mismatched pair as can be seen in the scan. One presents well, the other doesn't but an important set. 

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Bold Dragoon-Life of J.E.B. Stuart-Emory M Thomas
Item #: NEW-0013113

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Published in 1986 by Harper & Row.  First edition as stated.  Minor shelf wear to the spine of the dust cover and boards.

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Soldier of Tennessee-Gen Alexander P Stewart
Item #: NEW-0013112

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First printing of this book published by the LSU Press in 1999. Sam Davis Elliott is the author.  Very minor wear.    

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The Army of Tennessee-Stanley F Horn
Item #: NEW-0013104

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This is a true first edition of Horn's famous work on the Confederate Army of Tennessee.  It is listed in Howes and In Tall Cotton.  Most collectors believe that the limited and signed edition by Horn in 1945 is the first edition but actually the edition that preceded that had a mis-pint on page 404 where the date Nov 31 which should be Dec 1.  This would only be important to book freaks, of which I am one.  

Condition:  Spine dust cover slightly sunned but with chipping on the top and bottom spine (worse). Shelf wear to the spine of the boards. See scan

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1944-Jeb Stuart-Captain John W Thomason Jr
Item #: NEW-0013102

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This is an early reprint by Scribners of a book first published in 1929.  Dingy appearance on the dust cover with chipping to the top and bottom of the spine and extending a little to the cover. Shelf wear to the edges.  Stained board spine and some around the edges. Staining on the closed pages.  Creasing at the top edges of about ten pages.  No foxing on the interior pages.  Not pretty but a great  read and useful reference.  Invoice can be adjusted for media mail if desired.

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Up Came Hill-Martin Schenk-General A P Hill
Item #: NEW-0013100

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Published by Stackpole in 1958.  First edition as stated.  Wear and chipping to the dust cover at bottom and top of the spine and the edges.  There is discoloration to the boards on the spine and along the edges.  Pasted in paper giving the name and address of a previous owner and an inked notation "1960".  Interior pages are complete and clean. Can be mailed Media Mail for a savings.

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Ambrose Bierce's Civil War-Reprint
Item #: NEW-0013086

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This is a collection of snippets from the pen of Ambrose Bierce regarding some of the great events in the Civil War in which he participated.

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Eye of the Storm-Private Robert Knox Sneden
Item #: NEW-0013083

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This first edition book was published in 2000 and was edited by Charles F Bryan and Nelson Lankford.  Signed by Lankford.  This is an incredible journal, complete with illustrations by Sneden.  Sneden was a mapmaker for the Union army and was imprisoned at Anderson.  His journal of his life in unprecedented in its completeness.  Very nice condition on this book with minor shelf wear to the cover. 

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William Mahone of Virginia-Nelson Blake
Item #: NEW-0013014

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1935 First Editon-The only defects on this book is split at the paper covering the front board and ink signature and price by a previous owner.  minor shelf wear and clean interior.  No listings on the web for this book at the time of the listing.

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A Soldiers Story of his Regiment-61st Georgia-Nichols
Item #: NEW-0012995

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Scarce reprint of the diary of Private G W Nichols from Jesup Georgia who was with the 6lst Georgia Regiment of the Lawton-Gordon-Evans Brigade Army of Northern Virginia.  The reprint was published in 1961 by the Continental Book Company.  

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Lee and Longstreet at High Tide
Item #: NEW-0012994

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This first edition book was written and published by Helen Longstreet in Gainesville Georgia in 1904.  Minor shelf wear.  Dark rubs on the cover and splits in paper on the interior front strap not affecting the biding. Heavy book which could be mailed by media mail for a savings.

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For Cause For Country-Study of the incident at Spring Hill
Item #: NEW-0012993

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The author of this interesting book is Eric A Jacobson and he has signed the "first printing of the second edition" which was printed in 2007.  The author attempted to summarize all of the information, including unpublished on the fiasco of Spring Hill which led to the rout of the Confederate Army at the Battle of Franklin.  496 pages.  Excellent condition.

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Braxton Bragg and Confederate Defeat-Vol I-Grady McWhiney
Item #: NEW-0012990

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First edition, printed in 1969, published by Columbia University Press.  Boards are excellent but some wear to the dust cover. The book covers Bragg's successes and failures, mostly his failures. These character studies are always important to understanding the failures of leaders such as Bragg.  

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Stonewall of the West-Patrick Cleburne-Symonds
Item #: NEW-0012957

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University Press of Kansas 1997 First Edition, excellent condition. Jefferson Davis considered him the Stonewall of the West. Patrick Ronayne Cleburne was one of the greatest of all Confederate field commanders. Cleburne was among the Generals who were killed at Franklin. Check Media Mail for a savings in postage.

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No Better Place to Die-Peter Cozzens
Item #: NEW-0012923

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This is one of the few books which covers the Battle of Stones River.  Signed First Edition Published in 1990 by the University of Illinois Press.  Nice condition on the book and dust cover.  

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