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Format: Hardcover, 288 pages
1,400 photos, index, 80-lb. photo stock, dust jacket, 8 1/2 x 11
Introduction by famed Civil War collector and historian Lewis Leigh, Jr.
Collecting the Confederacy is the first scholarly photographic study of its kind. Finally, in one book, readers will be able to explore the history behind more than 1,400 different artifacts, relics, weapons, and antiques, each of which played a unique role in the 1861-1865 War Between the States. Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 390 pages
7x10, 390 pages, 4 images
Confederate Artillery Organizations: An Alphabetical Listing of the Officers and Batteries of the Confederacy, 1861-1865 is a remarkable, immensely useful, and exceedingly rare book containing the names of the officers and every Confederate artillery unit. It is so rare that most scholars in the field don’t even know of its existence. Read More...
Format: Paperback, 192
7 x 10, 6 maps, 53 images
These previously untold or little-known Civil War stories expand our understanding of this dreadful conflict—and of the human spirit. Read More...
Format: Hardback, 432 pages
27 photos, 14 maps
Winner: Nathan Bedford Forrest History Book Award and the Dr. James I. Robertson, Jr. Literary Prize Award, given by the Robert E. Lee CWRT of Central New Jersey
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William "Extra Billy" Smith, the oldest and one of the most controversial Confederate generals on the field at Gettysburg, was also one of the most colorful and charismatic characters of the Civil War and the antebellum Old South. Despite a life full of drama, politics, and adventure, until now very few books have been written on Smith since a biased account in the 19th century by his brother-in-law. Scott L. Mingus Sr. has ably filled this historical void with Confederate General William "Extra Billy" Smith: From Virginia's Statehouse to Gettysburg Scapegoat. Read More...
Format: Paperback, 168
6x9, 226 images
Confederate Soldiers in the American Civil War offers a complete guide for Civil War enthusiasts of all ages to better understand these men. Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 336 pages
6x9, 55 images and 10 maps
“It could be classified as a mere skirmish, but no other fight of the entire four years’ struggle was followed by such important consequences,” explained former Confederate General Thomas Munford years after the Civil War. “It extinguished the campfires of the hitherto invincible army and was the mortal blow which caused the Southern Confederacy to perish forever.” The Battle of Five Forks broke the long siege of Petersburg, triggered the evacuation of Richmond, precipitated the Appomattox Campaign, and destroyed the careers and reputations of two generals. Michael J. McCarthy’s Confederate Waterloo is the first fully researched and unbiased book-length account of this decisive Union victory Read More...
Format: Hardback, 288 pages
Format: Paperback, 288 pages
Hardcover: 30 images
Confessions of a Military Wife is an honest, witty, and often hilarious look at the life of the new generation military wife. Mollie Gross learned the hard way to laugh instead of cry at what she could not control as a military spouse-and as she quickly discovered, nearly everything was out of her control! Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 288
6 x 9, 30 images, 9 maps
The first serious biography of Tom Rosser, Custer’s Gray Rival is the long overdue study of one of American’s most interesting characters. Read More...
Format: Hardcover, 492 pages
6x9, 42 photos and illustrations, 19 original maps, notes, index, biblio, d.j.
Every copy ordered ships with a FREE copy of Journal of the Indian Wars, Vol. 1, No. 4: Famous Fighting Units.
In August of 1862, hundreds of Dakota warriors opened without warning a murderous rampage against settlers and soldiers in southern Minnesota. The vortex of the Dakota Uprising along the Minnesota River encompassed thousands of people in what was perhaps the greatest massacre of whites by Indians in American history. To read about the fast paced and unpredictable flood of killing and destruction is to discover heartrending emotion, irony, tragedy, cowardice, and heroism from unexpected quarters. Previous attempts to sort out individual experiences and place the events in a coherent chronological and geographical order have enjoyed little success. Award-winning author Gregory F. Michno’s D Read More...
Format: Paperback, 168 pages
6x9, 172 images and 7 maps
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Dawn of Victory: Breakthrough at Petersburg by Edward S. Alexander tells the story of the men who fought and died in the decisive battle of the Petersburg Campaign. Readers can follow the footsteps of the resolute Union attackers and stand in the shoes of the obstinate Confederate defenders as their actions decided the fate of the nation. Read More...