American Civil War - Western Campaigns
 
 
Title: Bloody Hill - The Civil War Battle of Wilsonís 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: Shiloh - The Battle that Changed the Civil War
Author: Daniel, Larry
Item #: 0972
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NY, 1997. First Edition. Maps, photos, ports., appendices, 430 pp. This is the definitive, modern account of the great battle that was fought in April of 1862 on the banks of the Tennessee River. 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: A Present for Mr. Lincoln - The Story of Savannah from Secession to Sherman
Author: Lawrence, Alexander A.
Item #: 1608
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GA, 1997. Photos, ports., 321 pp. Utilizing rich and unexplored materials, this is the historical narrative of Savannah's 4 years of rebellion and final defeat. Fine 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: 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 commandersí strategies and the importance of Port Hudson to the war. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Confederate Goliath - The Battle of Fort Fisher
Author: Gragg, Rod
Item #: 2393
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NY, 1991. First Edition. Maps, ports., illus., photos, 343 pp. In late 1864 and early 1865 this fort, protecting the approaches to Wilmington, became the target of the greatest naval bombardment of the war--followed by a furious and bloody joint assault by thousands of Federal soldiers and sailors. Fine in DJ.
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Title: The Confederate Collapse at the Battle of Missionary Ridge - The Reports of James Patton Anderson and His Brigade Commanders
Author: Hoffmann, John
Item #: 2672
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OH, 1985. First Edition. Maps, ports., illus., photos, 91 pp. The commanders of the line which gave way, their reports here published for the first time, plainly attribute the Northern triumph to the confused and inept leadership of their superiors, Bragg and Breckenridge. Fine in Decorated Cloth.
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Title: Vicksburg - The Campaign That Opened the Mississippi
Author: Ballard, Michael B.
Item #: 2972
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NC, 2004. First Edition. Maps, ports., photos, 490 pp. This is an excellent campaign study. Ballardís astute analysis and deft interweaving of military decision making, campaign strategy and battle tactics, and the challenges faced by Southern civilians, brings together in one volume the complexity of the fight for mastery of the Mississippi River. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Hurricane of Fire - The Union Assault on Fort Fisher
Author: Robinson, Charles M.
Item #: 3778
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MD, 1998. First Edition. Front., illus., ports., photos, maps, 249 pp. This is a full history, from a naval perspective, of the Fort on the North Carolinaís Cape Fear River and its significance as the Achillesí heel of the Union Blockade and the lifeline of the Confederacy. Fine in DJ.
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