Catalog of Civil War Books

Catalog of Civil War Books

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The War Without Grant
By Robert R. McCormick





Those 163 Days A Southern Account Of Sherman's March From Atlanta To Raleigh
By John M. Gibson. NY: Bramhall House, 1961. Hardcover, 316 pp. indexed.

Sherman's march, eye witness reports, letters, diaries, memoirs, editorials, Photographs, Bibliography, and index. Previous owners name otherwise Fine in Very Good uncliped dj.



The Civil War An American ILiad
By Newman & Eisenschiml. Blue & Grey Pr; 1985. Hardcover. 719 pp. indexed.

"THE AMERICAN ILiAD is not intended to be just another story of the Civil War. Instead , it aims to present this heroic period as a panorama, letting the events pass before the reader"s eyes much as they passed before the eyes of the men and women who lived at that time. The Civil War beyond most wars went deep into every aspect of life and was much more than a series of battles. It affected every living being, both north and south of the Mason and Dixon Line and produced many strange human experiences..." 43 maps. Previous owners name otherwise Fine in Fine uncliped dj.



Civil War on the Western Border 1854 - 1865 First ed.
Jay Monaghan. New York: Bonanza Books, 1955, Hardcover. 454 pp. indexed.

Book is on the history of the Civil war west of the Mississippi. Monaghan covers many of the battles that have not been written about much and are hard to locate details on. Covered are the battles of: Carthage, Wilson's Creek, Pea Ridge, Prairie Grove, and Westport. Also, the conflicts between Kansas and Missouri, Texas, Arkansas and others are treated with some detail. Fine in Near Fine uncliped dj.



Du Pont The Making of an Admiral 1986 First ed. stated.
By James M. Merril

NY:  Dodd, Mead 1986 First edition, Hardcover. 316 pp. indexed. A major naval figure during the Civil War.  Previous owners name otherwise Fine in Fine uncliped dj.



Drama On The Rappahannock The Fredericksburg Campaign
By Edward J. Stackpole. Harrisburg, PA: The Stackpole Company 1962. Hardcover. 297 pp. indexed.

The book covers the period from Oct., 1862 through Jan., 1863 when Major General Ambrose E. Burnside was met by a crushing defeat at the hands of General Robert E. Lee and his men. one of Lee"s greatest victories. Very good in good+ dj with previous owner"s name.



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