American Civil War - Union
 
 
Title: The Ewing Family Letters
Author: Greene, John T. (Ed.)
Item #: 1262
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MI, 1994. First Edition. 12th & 20th Michigan Infantry Regiments. This important collection of Civil War letters contains lively, first-hand accounts of some of the most important battles in the Eastern and the Western Theaters. Fine in DJ.
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$24.00 USD
 
Title: A Woman of Valor - Clara Barton and the Civil War
Author: Oates, Stephen B.
Item #: 1263
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NY, 1994. First Edition. Front., illus., ports., photos, 527 pp. This is the full story of Barton's courage and dedication to healing the wounded of many of the war's worst battles; this book also provides an excellent description of Civil War medicine and battlefield hospitals. Fine in DJ.
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$25.00 USD
 
Title: Lamson of the Gettysburg - The Civil War Letters of Lieutenant Roswell H. Lamson, U.S. Navy
Author: McPherson, James M., and McPherson, Patricia R.
Item #: 1375
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NY, 1997. First Edition. Maps, ports., photos, illus., 240 pp. These are the wartime letters of a one of the most skillful young officers in the U.S. Navy; Lamson commanded more ships and flotillas than any other officer of his age or rank in the service. Fine in DJ.
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$25.00 USD
 
Title: The Fighting McCooks - America's Famous Fighting Family
Author: Whalen, Charles and Barbara
Item #: 1397
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MD, 2006. First Edition, Signed by the authors. Maps, ports., photos, illus., 421 pp. The McCook family gave seventeen men in the fight to save the Union, fighting courageously on 46 battlefields; four lost their lives.
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$28.00 USD
 
Title: A Civil War Captain and His Lady - Love, Courtship, and Combat From Ft. Donelson through Vicksburg
Author: Barr, Gene
Item #: 1410
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CA, 2016. First edition, Signed by the author. 17th Illinois Infantry. Maps, ports., photos, 335 pp. This collection of letters with commentary reveal not only life at the front, but challenges at home for the families of servicemen. Mint in DJ.
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$33.00 USD
 
Title: From Ball's Bluff to Gettysburg...And Beyond - The CW Letters of Private Roland E. Bowen, 15th MA In
Author: Coco, Gregory A. (Ed.)
Item #: 1458
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PA, 1994. First Edition. Maps, photos, ports., illus., 268 pp. 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, 2nd Corps, Army of the Potomac. This is a particularly rich collection of perceptions and well related military experiences of a veteran Yankee soldier. Fine in DJ.
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$20.00 USD
 
Title: Gone for a Soldier - The Civil War Memoirs of Private Alfred Bellard
Author: Bellard, Alfred
Item #: 1825
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MA, 1975. First Edition. David Herbert Donald, editor. 5th NJ Infantry. Endpaper maps, frontis., colour illus., appendices, 298 pp. Born in Hull, England, Bellard enlisted in the infantry at the outbreak of the CW and saw action in most of the important campaigns of the Army of the Potomac in 1862-63; he covers McClellan’s battles on the Peninsula, Pope’s rout at 2nd Bull Run, Burnside’s fiasco at Fredericksburg, Hooker’s bungled battle at Chancellorsville. Fine in DJ.
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$35.00 USD
 
Title: Lincoln’s Spymaster - Thomas Haines Dudley and the Liverpool Network
Author: Milton, David Hepburn
Item #: 2257
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PA, 2003. First Edition. Ports., illus., map, 145 pp. This is the fast moving account of the diplomatic and intelligence contest that raged between North and South in Europe, and the American Consul in Liverpool, Thomas Haines Dudley, who was at the forefront of the international fray. Mint in DJ.
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$20.00 USD
 
Title: A Quest for Glory - A Biography of rear Admiral John A. Dahlgren
Author: Schneller, Robert J., Jr.
Item #: 3239
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MD, 1996. First Edition, Inscribed by the author. Maps, ports., illus., photos, 452 pp. This is a well-written account of the somewhat tragic life of John Dahlgren, Lincoln’s confident and the foremost designer of naval guns of the Civil War era. Fine in DJ.
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$25.00 USD
 
Title: Full Duty - Vermonters in the Civil War
Author: Coffin, Howard
Item #: 4091
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VT, 1993. First Edition, Signed by the author. Forward by Ed Bearss. Illus., ports., photos, 376 pp. ”The Civil War hit Vermont Hard,” according to the author. His sensitive account includes unit histories and it follows the state’s young men through the fields of Bull Run, Malvern Hill, Port Hudson, Gettysburg, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Third Winchester, Cedar Creek, and Appomattox Fine in DJ.
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$28.00 USD
 
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