American Civil War - Eastern Campaigns
 
 
Title: The James E. Taylor Sketchbook - With Sheridan Up the Shenandoah Valley in 1864, Leaves From A Special Artist’s Sketchbook and Diary
Author: Taylor, James E.
Item #: 1651
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OH, 1989. (12”x9”). Illus., ports, maps, 631 pp. This exceptional visual record of all aspects of the 1864 Valley Campaign comprises hundreds of skillfully drawn illustrations and maps and accompanying text; Taylor was an aspiring young artist for ”Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper.” VG/Fine in DJ.
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$200.00 USD
 
Title: Field Armies and Fortifications in the Civil War - The Eastern Campaigns, 1861-1864
Author: Hess, Earl J.
Item #: 1999
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NC, 2005. First Edition. Maps, photos, illus., 428 pp. Hess studies the use of fortifications by tracing the campaigns of the Army of Northern Virginia from April 1861 to April 1864. He considers the role of field fortifications in the defense of cities, river crossings, railroads, and in numerous battles, and the role they played in the success or failure of field armies. Mint in DJ.
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$35.00 USD
 
Title: Chancellorsville - The Battle and Its Aftermath
Author: Gallagher, ed., Gary
Item #: 2036
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NC, 1996. First Edition, Inscribed by the editor. Period photos and illus., battle maps, 263 pp. Essays by John Hennessy, Gary Gallagher, A. Wilson Greene, Robert K. Krick, James I. Robertson, Jr. and others cover topics including the important but overlooked role of Jubal Early, and the investigating friendly fire that took Jackson’s life. Fine in DJ.
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$35.00 USD
 
Title: The Gettysburg Campaign June - July 1863 Revised Edition
Author: Nofi, Albert A.
Item #: 2079
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PA, 1993. Illus., photos, ports., maps, 256 pp. This is a reliable, compact history of the events that led to, culminated in, and followed the epic battle of Gettysburg. Fine in DJ.
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$20.00 USD
 
Title: Donnybrook - The Battle of Bull Run, 1861
Author: Detzer, David
Item #: 2126
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US, 2004. First Edition. Endpaper maps, period photos and illus., 490 pp. Using copious and remarkably detailed primary source material, including the recollections of hundreds of average soldiers, the author has created an epic account of a defining moment in American history. Fine in DJ.
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$25.00 USD
 
Title: Voices of the Civil War - Second Manassas
Author: Time Life Books,
Item #: 2285
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VA, 1995. (10”x 10”). First Edition. Illus., ports., maps, photos, 168 pp. This is a particularly well researched and illustrated campaign study of one of Lee’s greatest victories. Fine in DJ.
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$25.00 USD
 
Title: Rebels at the Gate - Lee and McClellan on the Front Line of a Nation Divided
Author: Lesser, W. Hunter
Item #: 2299
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IL, 2004. First Edition. Front., ports., period photos and illus., maps, 375 pp. The first land campaign of the Civil War was fought in what is now West Virginia, a region that both sides thought to be of vital importance. This book is the finest study to date - thoroughly researched, thoughtfully presented, and riddled with the future great lights of the war - Lee, McClellan, Rosecrans and more. Fine in DJ. 
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$30.00 USD
 
Title: Conquering the Valley - Stonewall Jackson at Port Republic
Author: Krick, Robert K.
Item #: 2337
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NY, 1996. Inscribed by the Author to Lee Sherrill. Maps, ports., photos, illus., appendix, 594 pp. Here is the story of men fighting for hearth and home, literally in their own back yards. This book brings to life the dramatic events of June 8 and 9, 1862, when one stern general’s remarkable conquests indelibly marked his place in Civil War history. Fine in DJ. 
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$20.00 USD
 
Title: ”We Are In For It!” The First Battle of Kernstown
Author: Ecelbarger, Gary
Item #: 3558
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PA, 1997. First Edition, Inscribed by the author. Maps, ports., photos, appendices, order of battle, casualties, 370 pp. This is the principle study of the hot fight that was the first in a series of clashes that comprised Jackson’s legendary Shenandoah Campaign of 1862. Fine in DJ.
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$30.00 USD
 
Title: The Petersburg Campaign - The Battle of Old Men and Young Boys June 9, 1864
Author: Robertson, William G.
Item #: 4365
VA, 1989. First Edition, Signed by the author. # 77 of 1000. Maps, ports., appendices, 143 pp. This is a detailed account of the earlier attempt to seize Petersburg, what Freeman called ”perhaps the unique battle of the entire war.”  Fine in DJ.
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$45.00 USD
 
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