American Civil War - Confederate
 
Title: A Rebel Cavalryman with Lee Stuart and Jackson
Author: Opie, John N.
Item #: 0442
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OH, 1997. Morningside reprint of 1899 edition. Illus., ports., 336 pp. This delightful memoir is by a soldier who left the Stonewall Brigade and campaigned as a cavalryman in the 6th VA Cavalry until his capture in 1864; the remainder of the narrative recounts his experiences at Elmira. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Lee’s Miserables - Life in the Army of Northern Virginia from the Wilderness to Appomattox
Author: Power, J. Tracy
Item #: 0714
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NC, 1998. Maps, ports., 463 pp. This book, based on research in more than 1,200 letters and diaries written by more than 400 Confederate officers and enlisted men, is a compelling history of Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia during its final year, from May 1864 to April 1865. Fine in DJ.    
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Title: Forgotten Confederates - An Anthology About Black Southerners
Author: Barrow (Ed.), Charles Kelly
Item #: 1746
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GA, 1995. Journal of Confederate History Series Vol. XIV. Photos, ports., 193 pp. This study illuminates the overlooked group of African Americans who thought of themselves as Southerners first and blacks second. Fine in Wraps.
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Title: A Rebel Came Home - The Diary and Letters of Floride Clemson, 1863-1866
Author: Clemson, Floride
Item #: 2132
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SC, 1989. Revised Edition. Ernest McPherson Lander, Jr. and Charles M. McGee, Jr., eds. Frontis., period photos and illus., facsimiles, appendix, 189 pp. Floride Clemson, the granddaughter of John C. Calhoun, at the beginning of the war remained with her mother at their home in Maryland while her father and brother joined the Confederacy, but as antagonisms increased the two women made a harrowing 500 mile trip to the ancestral home in Pendleton, SC where Floride recorded the spirit of Confederate determination in spite of many hardships. This is the story of a true daughter of Dixie as told in her own words. Fine in DJ.
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Title: From the Rapidan to Richmond
Author: Dame, William Meade
Item #: 2559
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VA, 1987. Ltd. Owens Reprint of 1920 ed., 500 copies printed. Ports., maps, 219 pp. These memoirs by a member of the Richmond Howitzers contain a wealth of human interest stories relating to the Army of Northern Virginia’s last year. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Whipt ’Em Evertime - The Diary of Bartlett Yancey Malone, Co. H, 6th N. C. Regiment
Author: Malone, Bartlett Yancey
Item #: 2864
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NC, 1987. Front., ports., illus., appendix, 131 pp. This highly readable diary, with much quaint expression, tells the story of a simple soldier in the ranks who participated in most of the great battles and campaigns in Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Bedford Forrest - The Confederacy’s Greatest Cavalryman
Author: Sheppard, Capt. Eric W.
Item #: 3158
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OH, 1992. Front., maps, ports., fold-out maps, 320 pp. This is a complete military biography, written by a British officer of the Royal Tank Corps. Fine in beautifully rebound cloth with leather spine and board ends.  
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Title: The Confederate Regular Army
Author: Weinert, Richard P., Jr.
Item #: 3597
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PA, 1991. Maps, photos, ports., appendices, 135 pp. This book does a superb job of illuminating an obscure corner of Civil War history. The author reveals its significant strength and faithfully narrates the far-flung and diverse campaigns of each of the regular units. Fine in Decorated Red Leatherette.
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Title: ”Stonewall” Jackson, Late General of the Confederate States Army. A Biographical Sketch, and an Outline of His Virginian Campaigns
Author: Hopley, Catherine Cooper
Item #: 3971
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N.P., 1988. Facsimile Reprint of UK 1863 edition. 178 pp. One of the first tributes published to the great Confederate general, written in a very sentimental style. Fine in Cloth.
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Title: A Woman's Civil War - A Diary with Reminiscences of the War and Refugee Life in the Shenandoah...
Author: McDonald, Cornelia (Peake)
Item #: 4180
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NY, 1992. Minrose C. Gwin, ed. 303 pp. Home alone in Winchester with her nine children while her husband Angus McDonald was away commanding the 7th Virginia Cavalry Cornelia McDonald found time to record her thoughts and daily events in detailed and evocative prose. Freeman wrote ”one of the most thrilling of the war books, and, had it been published for general circulation, it would have made a sensation.” Abridged version of the original. VG/Fine in DJ .
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