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Title: Stonewall Jackson
Author: Chambers, Lenoir
Item #: 0010
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NC, 1988. 2 Vols. Ports., maps. Stripping away much of the mythology that characterized earlier works, Chambers offers Jackson the man and the soldier in place of Jackson the legend. The result is an elegantly written, comprehensive biography of Jackson that sets the record straight and offers an accurate assessment of his military career. Fine in Red Cloth & Box. ITC # 22.
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Title: The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government
Author: Davis, Jefferson
Item #: 0304
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NY, 1881. D. Appleton & Co. First Edition. 2 Volumes. Front., plates, ports., maps (part fold), plans (part fold.) As President Davis’s own account this book is obviously of great importance. Davis was a true Southern patriot and wrote as such; he stayed true to the cause until death. VG in Brown Leather & Mylar. ITC # 34.
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Title: The Story of a Cannoneer Under Stonewall Jackson - In Which is Told the Part Taken by the Rockbridge Artillery in the Army of Northern Virginia
Author: Moore, Edward Alexander
Item #: 0727
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VA, 1907. Neale Publishing Co., Rare First Edition. Illus., ports., facsim., 315 pp. Dr. James Robertson asserts that this was the favorite Civil War book of General George C. Marshall, and calls it a ”human, moving narrative.” VG in Green Cloth & Mylar. A somewhat rough copy of a very scarce book. ITC # 126.
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Title: Seven Months in the Rebel States During the North American War, 1863
Author: Scheibert, Captain Justus
Item #: 1060
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NC, 2000. Ltd. edition reprint of 750 copies. Confederate Centennial Studies # 9. Translated from the German by Joseph C. Hayes. Edited, with an intro by Wm. Stanley Hoole. Scheibert was a Prussian army engineer who was sent to study the American war, and actually fought as a Confederate. Front., maps, 166 pp. Mint in Wraps. ITC # 163.
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Title: Belles, Beaux and Brains of the 60's
Author: De Leon, T.C.
Item #: 1132
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NY, 1909. G,W. Dillingham Co. Signed by W.M. Dame, Veteran of the Richmond Howitzers and author of "From the Rapidan to Richmond." Front., ports., (illustrated with 164 portraits), 464 pp. A chatty, gossipy, entertaining view of wartime Richmond. VG/Fine in Decorated Cloth & Mylar. ITC # 39.
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Title: Confederate Engineers
Author: Nichols, James L.
Item #: 1258
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NC, 2000. Ltd Edition reprint of 750 copies. Confederate Centennial Studies # 5. Front., 122 pp. Still one of the most important accounts of this lesser known branch of the Confederate Army. Mint in DJ. ITC # 132.
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Title: "Co. Aytch" A Side Show of the Big Show
Author: Watkins, Sam R.
Item #: 1270
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NC, 1994. Intro and Commentary by Bell Irvin Wiley. Photos, ports., illus., 231 pp. 1st TN Inf. No memoir by a Rebel private is richer in the intimate detail of common soldier life and what the dryly humorous foot soldier thought about it all. Mint in DJ. ITC 188.
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Title: Histories of the Several Regiments and Battalions from North Carolina, in the Great War of 1861-’65, Written by Members of the Various Commands
Author: Clark, Walter
Item #: 1351
NC, 1982. Ltd. Broadfoot reprints of 1901 eds, # 230 of 500, 5 Volumes. Front., illus., plates, ports., maps, f.o. map, plans. Freeman says ”While the articles about the different units vary much in historical value, this probably ranks next after O.R., S.H.S.P., and B. & L. in value for the student of the Army of Northern Virginia.” Fine in Decorated Cloth, a few minor pencil notations in vols. 2 & 5. ITC # 24.
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Title: Confederate Music
Author: Harwell, Richard B.
Item #: 3328
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NC, 1950. First Edition, Signed by the author. Illus., 184 pp. Fannie Andrews wrote in her journal ”I love all the dear old Confederate songs, no matter what sort of doggerel they are. They remind me of the departed days of liberty and happiness.” VG/Fine in Scarce DJ. ITC # 84.
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Title: The South to Posterity: An Introduction to the Writing of Confederate History
Author: Freeman, Douglas Southall
Item #: 3987
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NC, 1983, Front., 235 pp. This book is a splendid fulfillment of Doctor Freeman’s original intention of helping readers discover the most interesting, inspiring and informative books about the Confederacy. Fine in DJ. ITC # 63.
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$24.00 USD
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