American Civil War - Union Generals
 
 
Title: In the Hands of Providence - Joshua L. Chamberlain & The American Civil War
Author: Trulock, Alice Rains
Item #: 0819
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NC, 1992. First Edition. Maps, ports., photos, appendix, 569 pp. This comprehensive work, while providing good information on the antebellum and postwar years, is overwhelmingly focused on the war years. it treats the Gettysburg hero’s wartime service in well-researched detail, providing readers with a clear and balanced narrative of this professor-turned-fighter. Mint in DJ.
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Title: Ulysses S. Grant - Soldier & President
Author: Perret, Geoffrey
Item #: 1427
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NY, 1997. First Edition. Front., maps, photos, ports., 542 pp. Dr. James I. Robertson says that this is "a fast-paced, highly readable narrative...stimulating biography. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Sheridan - The Life and Wars of General Phil Sheridan
Author: Morris, Roy
Item #: 1816
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NY, 1992. First Edition. Maps, ports., photos, 464 pp. This is a richly detailed, outspoken study of one of America’s most effective and provocative military leaders. Fine in DJ.
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Title: American Scoundrel - The Life of the Notorious Civil War General Dan Sickles
Author: Keneally, Thomas
Item #: 2302
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NY, 2002. First Edition. 397 pp. This is the story of Sickle’s life and career, beginning with the murder of Philip Barton Key across the street from the White House, from which Sickles was acquitted. During the CW he raised a regiment for the Union and went on to become a general. At Gettysburg he moved his command out from the Union line, beginning a legendary feud with Meade. After losing a leg Sickles later was named minister to Spain, where he continued his womanizing ways. Fine in DJ.
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Title: ”Bayonet! Forward” - My Civil War Reminiscences
Author: Chamberlain, Joshua
Item #: 2831
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PA, 1994. First Edition. Front., maps, ports., 289 pp. Included here are chapters on Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, the White Oak Road, Five Forks, and Appomattox, as well as his personal account of the surrender of the Confederate Army and the Grand Review of the Army of the Potomac. Fine in DJ.
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Title: George B. McClellan - The Young Napoleon
Author: Sears, Stephen W.
Item #: 3304
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NY, 1988. First Edition. Illus., ports., photos, maps, 482 pp. Sears has probed the puzzling personality of this complex, brilliant man of whom so much was expected but who delivered so little. It is a fascinating story of the reasons for Union military failure in Virginia during the first half of the war. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Kill-Cavalry, The Life of Union General Hugh Judson Kilpatrick
Author: Martin, Samuel J.
Item #: 3611
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PA, 2000. First Edition. Maps, ports., photos, 325 pp. This is the biography of an antihero, the author writes in his prologue, and without doubt Kilpatrick was one of the most notorious scoundrels in the Union army. Mint in DJ.
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Title: General John Pope - A Life for the Nation
Author: Cozzens, Peter
Item #: 3896
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IL, 2000. First Edition. Illus., ports., photos, 412 pp. A full biography of this much maligned leader who played crucial roles in both the Eastern and Western Theaters of the Civil War. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Master of War - The Life of General George H. Thomas
Author: Bobrick, Benson
Item #: 4532
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NY, 2009. First Edition. Maps, ports., photos, 416 pp. This book makes a persuasive case that Thomas was the greatest and most successful general of the Civil War. Mint in DJ.
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Title: Touched by Fire - The Life, Death, and Mythic Afterlife of George Armstrong Custer
Author: Barnett, Louise
Item #: 4937
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NY, 1996. First Edition. Maps, photos, ports., illus., 540 pp. This well crafted book undertakes the search for ”a man waiting to be discovered” between the extremes of his experience. Fine in DJ.
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