American Civil War - Eastern Campaigns
 
 
Title: The U.S. Army War College Guide to the Battles of Chancellorsville and Fredericksburg
Author: Luvaas, Jay and Nelson Harold W. (Eds.)
Item #: 0103
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PA, 1988. First Edition. Maps, photos, ports., illus., appendix, 361 pp. The story of each battle in the entire campaign of Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville are told here in detail. Some 24 maps, expressly drawn for this text, illustrate the action for the visitor and armchair reader alike. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Cold Harbor Grant and Lee May 26-June 3, 1864
Author: Rhea, Gordon C.
Item #: 0109
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LA, 2002. First Edition. Maps, photos, illus, 532 pp. In this gripping fourth volume on the spring of 1864 Overland Campaign, Rhea vividly re-creates the battles and maneuvers from the stalemate on the North Anna through the Cold Harbor blood bath, Lee’s greatest victory of the war. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Lee vs. McClellan The First Campaign
Author: Newell, Clayton R.
Item #: 0116
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DC, 1996. First Edition. Decorated endpapers, period photos and illus., maps, 325 pp. In the rugged mountains and dense forests of western Virginia, Lee and McClellan received their first opportunities to command an army in combat-each against the other. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Glory Enough for All - Sheridan’s Second Raid and the Battle of Trevilian Station
Author: Wittenberg, Eric J.
Item #: 0118
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DC, 2001. First Edition, Signed by the author. Maps, photos, ports., illus., 391 pp. This strategic analysis and battle study is the main work on Trevilians; it challenges prevailing interpretations of Sheridan and his cavalry, and shows that the outcome of Trevilian Station frustrated Grant’s plan for an early end to the war and ultimately prolonged the life of the Southern nation by almost a year. Fine in DJ.
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Title: From Winchester to Cedar Creek: The Shenandoah Campaign of 1864
Author: Wert, Jeffry D.
Item #: 0526
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PA, 1987. First Edition, Clipped Signature by the author. Decorated endpapers, period photos, battle maps, table of organizations, 324 pp. Accompanied by critical situation maps, this volume is the first full exposition of that fateful summer in the Valley - the last for the Confederacy. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Pickett’s Charge - The Last Attack at Gettysburg
Author: Hess, Earl J.
Item #: 0659
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NC, 2001. Ports., photos, battle maps, 497 pp. Hess here provides the definitive history of this engagement, exploring why the assault took place, how it was organized, what mistakes were made in launching or repelling it, and what it really meant for the final outcome of the Civil War. Fine in DJ.
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Title: To the North Anna River - Grant and Lee - May 13-25, 1864
Author: Rhea, Gordon C.
Item #: 0679
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LA, 2000. First Edition, Signed by the author. Maps, photos, illus., 505 pp. The game of guile and endurance between Grant and Lee escalated to a suspenseful draw on the North Anna River; grueling night marches, desperate attacks and thundering cavalry charges became the norm for both armies but the real story lay in the two general’s efforts to outfox each other. Fine in DJ.
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Title: The Gleam of Bayonets - The Battle of Antietam and Robert E. Lee’s Maryland Campaign, September 1862
Author: Murfin, James V.
Item #: 1034
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NY, 1965. Intro by James I. Robertson, Jr. Illus., maps, photos, ports., 451 pp. This is a detailed and well documented work, and is strongly anti-McClellan in its analysis. Fine in DJ. 
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Title: Voices of the Civil War
Author: Time Life,
Item #: 1248
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VA, 1997. Each of these beautiful volumes forms an album of personal recollections from letters, diaries, photographs, maps, sketches and artifacts of the principal campaigns of the American Civil War. Mint.

A. First Manassas

C. Shenandoah 1862    

E. Second Manassas

F. Antietam

H. Chancellorsville

I. Gettysburg

J. The Wilderness

                                                                                      

                                                                                      

   

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Title: The Wilderness Campaign
Author: Gallagher, ed., Gary W.
Item #: 1286
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NC, 1997. First Edition, Signed by Robert K. Krick. Period photos and illus., battle maps, 283 pp. Essays contributed by Brooks Simpson, John Hennessy, Gordon Rhea, Robert Krick among others explore the campaign’s background, the ”Lee to the Rear” incident and more. Fine in DJ.
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