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: Return to Bull Run - The Campaign and Battle of Second Manassas
Author: Hennessy, John J.
Item #: 0523
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NY, 1993. First Edition, Inscribed by the Author to Lee Sherrill. Maps, ports., photos, illus., 607 pp. In one of the best Civil War campaign histories ever written, the author gives a comprehensive account of what was perhaps Robert E. Lee’s greatest victory. VG/ Fine in DJ.
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Title: Gettysburg - The First Day
Author: Pfanz, Harry W.
Item #: 0644
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NC, 2007. Period photos, portraits and illus., battle maps, 472 pp. Highlights of Pfanz’s narrative include his descriptions of the decimation of Iverson’s NC brigade, the smashing of the 11th Corps at Blocher’s Knoll, the decisive morning and afternoon fighting at the railroad cuts, the bloody battles at McPherson Woods, and the final Union stand at the seminary. Mint in DJ.
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Title: Jubal’s Raid - General Early’s Famous attack on Washington in 1864
Author: Vandiver, Frank
Item #: 0913
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NY, 1960. First Edition. Maps, illus., ports., photos, 198 pp. This is still the best written and most interesting account of this campaign from inception to end. Fine in DJ.
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Title: The Third Day at Gettysburg & Beyond
Author: Gallagher, Gary W. (ed.)
Item #: 0964
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NC, 1994. First Edition, Signed by the editor. Ports., illus., photos, maps, 217 pp. This collection of six essays brings current research and interpretation to bear on a range of pivotal issues surrounding the final day of the battle, July 3, 1863. 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 U.S. Army War College Guide to the Battle of Antietam - The Maryland Campaign of 1862
Author: Luvaas, Jay, and Nelson, Harold W.
Item #: 1252
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PA, 1987. First Edition. Maps, photos, illus., order of battle, appendices, 310 pp. Numerous illustrations, photographs and diagrams amplify and explain the text; easy to follow maps show all the significant troop positions and related terrain detail. Fine in DJ.
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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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Title: Lee’s Endangered Left - The Civil War in Western Virginia, Spring of 1864
Author: Duncan, Richard R.
Item #: 1368
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LA, 1998. First Edition. Maps, ports., photos, illus., 346 pp. Gordon Rhea says ” Duncan’s work stands as the definitive modern analysis of these battles and maneuvers and their role in Grant’s Overland Campaign.” Fine in DJ.
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Title: Decision at Tom's Brook - George Custer, Thomas Rosser, and the Joy of the Fight
Author: Miller, William J.
Item #: 1401
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CA, 2016. First Edition, Signed Bookplate by the author. Maps, ports., photos, appendices, 267 pp.  This book will remain the definitive account of this important 1864 cavalry battle, written with deep thoughtfulness and sprightly prose. Mint in DJ.
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$30.00 USD
 
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