American Civil War - Western Campaigns
 
 
Title: Bloody Hill - The Civil War Battle of Wilson’s Creek
Author: Brooksher, William R.
Item #: 0084
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DC, 1995. First Edition. Maps, ports., illus., 278 pp. This battle in Southern Missouri in the summer of 1862 was the bloodiest major engagement fought in North America up to that time, and it cost the life of the Union commander, Nathaniel Lyon. Fine in DJ
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Title: "To Prepare for Sherman's Coming." The Battle of Wise's Forks, March 1865
Author: Sokolosky, Wade, and Smith, Mark A.
Item #: 1200
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CA, 2015. First Edition, Signed bookplate by the author. Illus, Maps, 192 pp. This battle has long been thought of as nothing more than an insignificant skirmish during the final days of the Civil War. This excellent book erases this misconception and elevates this combat and its related operations to the historical status it deserves. Mint in DJ. 
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Title: Shrouds of Glory - From Atlanta to Nashville: The Last Great Campaign of the War
Author: Groom, Winston
Item #: 1271
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NY, 1995. First Edition, Signed by the author (who also wrote ”Forrest Gump”). Maps, ports., photos, 308 pp. This highly readable book focuses on Hood’s decisive actions in the western theater of operations during the final months of the war. Fine in DJ.
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Title: "No Such Army Since the Days of Julius Caesar" Sherman's Carolinas Campaign...
Author: Smith, Mark A., and Sokolosky, Wade
Item #: 1440
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CA, 2017. First Edition. Signed Bookplate by the authors. Maps, photos, ports., illus., 227 pp. This is a carefully detailed account of the campaign from Fayetteville to Averasboro in North Carolina in March of 1865. Mint in DJ.
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Title: The Earth is Weeping - The Epic Story of the Indian Wars for the American West
Author: Cozzens, Peter
Item #: 1524
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NY, 2016. Signed by the author. Maps, photos, ports., 544 pp. This is an elegantly narrative of one of the great sagas in American history, the 25 years of struggle between the United States Army and the native peoples of the West. Mint in DJ.
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Title: The Battle of Peach Tree Creek - Hood's First Effort to Save Atlanta
Author: Hess, Earl J.
Item #: 1565
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NC, 2018. First Edition. Maps, illus., ports., photos, 329 pp. The author here clearly describes the battle's tactical history and also places the fight into the larger context of the Atlanta Campaign and the Civil War. Mint in DJ.
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Title: The Battle of Ezra Church and the Struggle for Atlanta
Author: Hess, Earl J.
Item #: 1566
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NC, 2015. First Edition. Illus., maps, ports., 272 pp. This is the first book-length treatment of the last in a series of bloody engagements near the city in July of 1864. Mint in DJ.
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Title: Mountains Touched With Fire - Chattanooga Besieged, 1863
Author: Sword, Wiley
Item #: 2025
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NY, 1995. First Edition. Maps, ports., photos, 430 pp. Combining furious battle action with careful analysis, this well written book tells the story of a crucial turning point in the war. Fine in DJ.
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Title: No Better Place to Die - The Battle of Stones River
Author: Cozzens, Peter
Item #: 2243
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IL, 1990. First Edition, Inscribed by the author. Maps, ports., appendix, 281 pp. This study recounts the events and strategies that brought the two armies to the banks of this central Tennessee river on December 31, 1862, and recreates the battle itself down to the regimental level. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Port Hudson - Confederate Bastion on the Mississippi
Author: Hewitt, Lawrence Lee
Item #: 2245
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LA, 1987. First Edition. Period photos and illus., maps, appendices, 221 pp. Located just north of Baton Rouge, the village was the last Confederate stronghold on the Mississippi River and the site of the longest genuine siege in American military history; the author offers a colorful account of daily life in the garrison, the commanders’ strategies and the importance of Port Hudson to the war. Fine in DJ.
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