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Title: The March to the Sea and Beyond Sherman’s Troops in the Savannah and Carolinas Campaigns
Author: Glatthaar, Joseph T.
Item #: 0103
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NY, 1985. First Edition. Maps, illus., photos, ports., appendices, 318 pp. Unlike other works on the campaign, this skillfully constructed book approaches the discredited concept of total war and the destruction of the South from the perspective of Sherman's Bummers. The author supports this work with a mountain of soldier diaries and letters as well as other sources. Fine in DJ and Mylar.
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Title: Bentonville: The Final Battle of Sherman and Johnston
Author: Hughes, Nathaniel C.
Item #: 6490
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NC, 1996. First Edition. Illus., ports., photos, maps, 336 pp. A full-length tactical study of this important battle. In careful detail, Hughes lays out Confederate and Union troop movements and places the engagement within the larger military framework of the last months of the war. Fine in DJ
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Title: Chattanooga A Death Grip on the Confederacy
Author: McDonough, James Lee
Item #: 0114
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TN, 1984. Period portraits and illus., maps, 298 pp. The author reconstructs the siege and battles as they appeared to both Rebels and Yankees; culminates in the bid for Missionary Ridge and the collapse of the Confederate line at its center. Fine in DJ in Mylar.
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Title: Stonewall Jackson - The Man, The Soldier, The Legend
Author: Robertson, James I.
Item #: 0067
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NY, 1997. Maps, photos, ports., illus., 950 pp. This is Robertson’s masterwork, and will continue to be viewed as the definitive biography of the great Confederate general to be published in this century. Fine in DJ in Mylar.
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Title: The U.S. Army War College Guide to the Battles of Chancellorsville and Fredericksburg
Author: Luvaas, Jay and Nelson Harold W. (Eds.)
Item #: 0103
PA, 1988. First Edition. Maps, photos, ports., illus., appendix, 361 pp. The story of each battle in the entire campaign of Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville are told here in detail. Some 24 maps, expressly drawn for this text, illustrate the action for the visitor and armchair reader alike. Fine in DJ.
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Title: Glory Enough for All - Sheridan’s Second Raid and the Battle of Trevilian Station
Author: Wittenberg, Eric J.
Item #: 0118
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DC, 2001. First Edition, Signed by the author. Maps, photos, ports., illus., 391 pp. This strategic analysis and battle study is the main work on Trevilians; it challenges prevailing interpretations of Sheridan and his cavalry, and shows that the outcome of Trevilian Station frustrated Grant’s plan for an early end to the war and ultimately prolonged the life of the Southern nation by almost a year. Fine in DJ.
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Title: 23rd Battalion Virginia Infantry
Author: Scott, Johnny Lee
Item #: 4254
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VA, 1991. First Edition, Signed by the author. #85 of 1000. Maps, ports., roster, 94 pp. This unit fought in the 1864 Valley Campaign. Fine in DJ.
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Title: 20th and 39th Virginia Infantry
Author: Sherwood, G. L. and Weaver, Jeffry C.
Item #: 4255
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VA, 1994. Ltd. First Edition, # 696 of 1000, Signed by both authors. Maps, photos, rosters, 143 pp. Fine in Decorated Cloth.
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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: Not War But Murder Cold Harbor 1864
Author: Furgurson, Ernest B.
Item #: 0429
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NY, 2000. First Edition. Illus., ports., photos, maps, 328 pp. Cold Harbor was a watershed moment of the war and Lee’s last great victory, thanks to the Army of Northern Virginia mastering of the art of field fortifications. Fine in DJ.
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