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1 Abell, Sam and Brian C. Pohanka. The Civil War: An Aerial Portrait.
Charlottesville, VA: Thomasson-Grant, (1990). First Edition. 
Signed and inscribed by the author. Oblong quarto, black cloth (hardcover), silver letters, 144 pp. Fine, in a Fine, mylar protected dust jacket. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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2 Allardice, Bruce S. More Generals in Gray.
Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, (1995). First Edition. 
Signed by the author. Octavo, black cloth (hardcover), 301 pp. Portraits. Fine in dust jacket. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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3 Allen, Stephen M. Memorial Life of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, with Biographical Sketches of Lincoln, Johnson, Hayes, Garfield, Arthur, His Associates in the Government. Including a Record of the Principal Events and Experiences of the War. Published under the Auspices of the Webster Historical Society.
Boston: Compiled and Edited by Stephen M. Allen, 1889. 
Octavo, brown blind-stamped cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, 224 pp. Very Good, with light edgewear. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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4 Averell, William Woods. [Eckert, Edward K. and Nicholas J. Amato, eds.] Ten Years in the Saddle: The Memoir of William Woods Averell. Edited by Edward K. Eckert and Nicholas J. Amato.
San Rafael: Presidio Press, [1978]. 
1st edition. Octavo, tan boards (hardbound), xiv, 443 pp. Illus. Near-Fine in a slightly rubbed dust jacket. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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5 Avery, James Henry. [Compiled by Karla Jean Husby; Edited by Eric J. Wittenberg]. Under Custer's Command: The Civil War Journal of James Henry Avery. Compiled by Karla Jean Husby. Edited by Eric J. Wittenberg.
Washington, D.C.: Brassey's, (2000). First Edition. 
Octavo, blue boards (hardcover), xx + 185 pp. Fine, in a Fine dust jacket. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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6 Bailey, Anne J. The Chessboard of War: Sherman and Hood in the Autumn Campaigns of 1864.
Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, [2000]. 
Octavo, black cloth, (hardcover), gilt letters, xviii, 225 pp. Fine, in a like dust jacket. “In her groundbreaking study, Anne J. Bailey assesses how military events in Georgia and Tennessee intertwined and affected the political, social, and economic conditions in those areas and throughout the nation.” Contents: List of Illustrations; List of Maps;...Preface; Sherman and Hood; After Atlanta; Hood's March North; Sherman's March South; Hood's Advance into Tennessee; Hood at Franklin; Sherman at Savannah; Hood at Nashville; Hood and Thomas; Hood and Sherman; Notes; Bibliographical Essay; Index. 
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7 Bakeless, Kathereine Little. Glory Hallelujah: The Story of The Battle Hymn of the Republic. Drawings by Edward Shenton.
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, (1944). First Edition. 
Octavo, gray illustrated cloth (hardcover), uncut, 100 pp. Near-Fine, in a Good, mylar protected dust jacket with edgewear that includes chipping. From dust jacket: This story is the result of a truly excited piece of research. The author fitted together -- as a detective fits together evidence in solving a mystery -- the assorted people and incidents that went into the writing and popularizing of that great American hymn born in Civil War days -- Glory, Glory, Hallelujah!. The book is full of important and unforgettable pictures: of lovable T. Bringham Bishop, the minstrelman who made the tune; of Julia Ward Howe who wrote the words; of heroic Chaplain McCabe, who sang the song in Libby Prison; of Abraham Lincoln, who found it an inspiration; of the boy Willie Morgan, who marched away to war to the tune of it. Boys and girls, and older readers too, will enjoy this wonderful American story, here assembled for the first time and told with rare charm and flavor. 
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8 Barefoot, Daniel W. General Robert F. Hoke: Lee's Modest Warrior.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina: John F. Blair, Publisher, (1996). First Edition. 
Signed and inscribed by the author. Octavo, cloth & boards (hardcover), xvii + 452 pp. Fine, in a Fine, mylar protected dust jacket. From dust jacket: Neglected by modern historians, Robert F. Hoke was a towering figure in his time. Mustered into Confederate service as a second lieutenant in April 1861, he was a major within five months, a lieutenant colonel within nine months, a colonel within sixteen months, a brigadier general within two years, and a major general within three years -- becoming, at age twenty-six, the youngest Southern officer of that rank in the Civil War. Of the 125,000 men his state contributed to the Confederate cause, it was Hoke who was called “the North Carolina Lee” and “the most distinguished solider of North Carolina.” In a face-to-face meeting after the war, U. S. Grant admired that Hoke had administed “the worst drubbing I ever got,” at Cold Harbor. He fought in nearly every significant battle in the Eastern theater - Gaines' Mill, Malvern Hill, Second Manassas, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Plymouth, Petersburg, Richmond, Cold Harbor, Fort Fisher, Bentonville. He witnessed the first Confederate casualty at Bethel and provided the rear guard as Joseph E. Johnston met Sherman at Bennett Farm to arrange the last surrender. Back home, Hoke hitched his war-horse to a plow and quietly set about rebuildilng the South, a cause that later inspired him to leadership positions in industry. A private man, he declined every honor offered him by North Carolinaians, including the governorship... 
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9 Basle Anderson, William M. They Died to Make Men Free: A History of the 19th Michigan Infantry in the Civil War.
Dayton, Ohio: Morningside House, (1994). First Edition. 
Octavo, cloth (hardcover), 465 pp. Photos, maps. Fine in dust jacket. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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10 Baxter, Nancy Niblack. Gallant Fournteenth: The Story of an Indiana Civil War Regiment.
Carmel, Indiana: Guild Press of Indiana, Inc., (1999). 
Octavo, red cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, xiii + 205 pp. Fine (As New), in a Fine (As New)dust jacket. From dust jacket: ...Reliance on unusually strong on-the-spot diaries and letters, examination of the social background of southern indiana which created such strong soldiering, and a deep sense of the humanity of the war experience mark this history of the Fourteenth as unique. 
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11 Bearss, Ed and Chris Calkins. The Battle of Five Forks.
Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard, Inc., 1985. First Edition. Number 951 of a Limited Edition of 1,000 Signed by the Authors. 
Octavo, blue cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, 131 pp. Folding map. Faint foxing (age darkened spotting) along top edge; otherwise, Fine (As New); in a Near-Fine dust jacket with slight rubbing & foxing. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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12 Bearss, Edwin with Bryce Suderow. The Petersburg Campaign. Volume I: The Eastern Front Battles, June-August 1864; Volume II: The Western Front, September 864-April 1865. [Two volume set].
El Dorado Hills, Calif.: Savas Beatie, (2014). Volume I is a 2nd edition, 1st printing; Volume II is a 1st edition, 2nd printing. 
Two volume set. Both volumes are in Fine condition, in dust jackets with mylar protectors, and each volume has a bookplate signed by both authors laid-in. This two volume set will require additional postage for international orders. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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13 Beatie, Russel H. Army of the Potomac. Volume I: Birth of Command, November 1860 - September 1861. Volume II: McClellan Takes Command, September 1861 - February 1862. Volume III: McClellan's First Campaign, March 1862-May 1862. [Three volume set].
Da Capo Press, (2002, 2004, 2007). 
Three volume set. Octavo, brown & black boards (hardcover), gilt letters, xli + 630 pp; xxxv + 636 pp, xxxi + 723 pp. Fine, in Fine, mylar protected dust jackets. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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14 Beers, Henry Putney. The Confederacy: A Guide to the Archives of the Government of the Confederate Staets of America.
Washington: National Archives and Records Administration, (1986). 
Octavo, slick pictorial boards (hardcover), ix, 536 pp. Near-Fine. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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15 Bernath, Stuart L. Squall Across the Atlantic: American Civil War Prize Cases and Diplomacy.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1970. First Edition. 
Octavo, blue cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, x + 229 pp. Near-Fine, with tiny former-owner signature; in a Fine (As New) dust jacket. From dust jacket: Shortly after President Lincoln proclaimed a blockade of the Southern ports, the British government warned its subjects against violating either British or international law in derogation of their duty as neutrals. However, as Lord Russell reported, Englishmen would, if money were to be made by it, send supplies even to hell at the risk of burning their sails. When Union ships set out to seize the blocackade-runners, British merchantmen and American warships were sailing on a collision course, leaving a wake of vexatious diplomatic, legal, and political problems for their governments to settle. In this first comprehensive study of the Civil War prize cases, the author traces the events and their far-reaching implications on both sides of the Atlantic. He explains how the court cases offered a crucial test of the Lincoln administration's power to wage war and how the decisions affected presidential emergency powers. He points out significant disagreements within the administration and shows the complex relationship between national self-interest and international maritime law as Britain and the United States exchanged their traditional roles of belligerent and neutral... 
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16 Bilby, Joseph G. and Stephan D. O'Neill; Editors. “My Sons Were Faithful and They Fought.” The Irish Brigade at Antietam: An Anthology.
Hightstown, NJ: Longstreet House, 1997. 
Quarto, softbound (slick white full-color illus. wrappers), 131 pp. Fine. Illus. with b&w photos., maps. From Introduction: Foremost among the gallant units who fought that long ago September was the Irish Brigade. The Irish and native born soldiers of the brigade, composed that day of the 69th, 88th and 63rd New York Volunteer Infantry regiments and the 29th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry regiment, advanced in the Union center against a stalwart force of Confederates deployed in a sunken road. The story of the face to face fight that ensued is an extraordinary chronicle of military valor and sacrifice. 
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17 Billings, John D. Hardtack and Coffee. Or, The Unwritten Story of Army Life. Including Chapters On Enlisting, Life in Tents and Log Huts, Jonahs and Beats, Offences and Punishments, Raw Recruits, Foraging, Corps and Corps Badges, The Wagon Trains, The Army Mule, The Engineer Corps, The Signal Corps, Etc. Illustrated with Six Elegant Color Plates; and over Two Hundred Original Sketches by Charles W. Reed.
Boston: George M. Smith & Co., 1888. 
Octavo, illustrated brown cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, vi + 408 pp. Rear hinge broken; otherwise, an attractive copy with light shelf wear, interior clean & tight. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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18 Blake, Michael. American Civil War Infantry.
London: Almark Publishing Co. Ltd., 1972. 
Octavo; softbound; stiff, glossy pages; 48 pp. Numerous illus. Very Good+ with light rubbing to spine. ‘A concise but detailed guide to the infantrymen, both Union and Confederate, of the American Civil War, with ten plates in colour showing the uniforms, flags, and divisional signs, two contemporary colour prints, and numerous line drawings of the clothing, equipment and side arms; other contemporary prints show the infantry in action while the text also includes details of organisation and tactics.' Contents: Organization; Uniforms, Union and Confederate; Equipment; Flags; Weapons; The Men; Colour Plates - Uniforms, Flags and Symbols, Facsimile Prints. 
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19 Boritt, Gabor S.; Editor. Why the Confederacy Lost.
New York; Oxford University Press, 1992. 
Octavo, blue cloth & cream boards, (hardcover), gilt letters, xii, 209 pp. Fine, in a like, mylar protected dust jacket. Contents: Introduction (Gabor S. Boritt); American Victory, American Defeat (James M. McPherson); Military Means, Political Ends: Strategy (Archer Jones); ‘Upon Their Success Hang Momentous Intrests': Generals (Gary W. Gallagher); The Perserverence of the Soldiers (Reid Mitchell); Black Glory: The African American Role in the Union Victory (Joseph T. Glatthaar); Notes; For Further Reading: A Bibliography; Contributors; Index. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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20 Boyd, Mark F. The Federal Campaign of 1864 in East Florida.
Tallahassee: Florida Board of Parks and Historic Memorials, 1956. 
Second (revised) edition. Octavo, printed wrappers, stapled, 40 pp. Maps, photo. Fine. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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