The Museum’s comprehensive selection of published titles range from the classics in the Civil War field to groundbreaking works by today’s historians.

Ghosts and Haunts of the Civil War: Authentic Accounts of the Strange and Unexplained

Ghosts and Haunts of the Civil War

Ghosts and Haunts of the Civil War: Authentic Accounts of the Strange and Unexplained, by Christopher K. Coleman. From haunted battlefields to phantom soldiers, this book is a fascinating collection of chilling and intriguing stories of Civil War ghosts. It contains thirty-six such stories, including an encounter by both Teddy Roosevelt and First Lady Grace Coolidge with Abraham Lincoln in the White House. (178 pages, 9 x 6, Paperback)

$14.99

Gettysburg

Gettysburg

Gettysburg, by Stephen W. Sears. Based on years of research, this is the first book in a generation that brings everything together, sorts it all out, makes informed judgments, and takes stands. In short, this is the one book on Gettysburg that anyone interested in the Civil War should own. (623 pages, 9.25 x 6.25, Paperback)

$17.00

Fort Monroe: The Key to the South

Fort Monroe: The Key to the South

Fort Monroe: The Key to the South, by John V. Quarstein and Dennis P. Mroczkowski. A powerful pictorial portraying the exciting history of the only fort in the Upper South to remain under Union control throughout the Civil War, thereby influencing many of the Civil War's greatest events. (126 pages, 9.25 x 6.5, Paperback)

$21.99

The Emancipation Proclamation

The Emancipation Proclamation

The Emancipation Proclamation, by Abraham Lincoln. A hardcover copy of the draft, preliminary, and final versions of the Emancipation Proclamation. This treasure is sure to be cherished by anyone who celebrates freedom. (30 pages, 6.75 x 4.25, Hardcover)

$9.95

The Flags of the Confederacy: An Illustrated History

The Flags of the Confederacy: An Illustrated History

The Flags of the Confederacy: An Illustrated History, by Devereaux D. Cannon, Jr. A comprehensive discussion of the flags that represent the southern nation between 1861 and 1865, various Confederate State Flags, as the blood stained banners that led the armies of the men in gray. The narrative is enhanced by numerous colored illustrations and line drawings. This book will appeal to the serious student as well as the general reader. (98 pages, 11 x 8.5, Paperback)

$18.95

Jefferson Davis: The Essential Writings

Jefferson Davis: The Essential Writings

Jefferson Davis: The Essential Writings, edited by William J. Cooper. Jefferson Davis was arguably one of the most important figures in the antebellum and wartime eras. Daviss biographer William J. Cooper, Jr., has sifted through the huge number of Davis letters and speeches to select those that best tell the story of his life and provide insight on his character in this invaluable volume. (456 pages, 8 x 5, Paperback)

$16.00

Constitution of the Confederate States of America

Constitution of the Confederate States of America

The Constitution of the Confederate States of America (30 pages, 6.75 x 4.5, Hardcover)

$11.95

Company Aytch: Or, A Side Show of the Big Show

Company Aytch: Or, A Side Show of the Big Show

Company Aytch: Or, A Side Show of the Big Show, by Sam Watkins. A classic memoir of the Civil War. Told from the point of view of an ordinary foot soldier, this personal memoir has been hailed as one of the liveliest, wittiest, and most significant commentaries ever written on the Civil War. (274 pages, 8 x 5.25, Paperback)

$16.00

Crucible of the Civil War

Crucible of the Civil War

Crucible of the Civil War' presents a fine collection of essays by a talented group of young historians. Brimming with insights about social, economic and religious life in Virginia, this book is a valuable addition to a growing body of work that carries far beyond the battlefields. George C. Rable edited by Edward L. Ayers, Gary W. Gallagher, Andrew J. Torget

$35.00

Civil War Prisons

Civil War Prisons

Civil War Prisons, edited by William B. Hesseltine. Recounted here are prisoner experiences in four Confederate installations: Andersonville, Georgia; Libby in Richmond, Virginia; Cahaba, Alabama; and Charleston, South Carolina. Prisoner conditions and suffering are also examined in four Union prisons: Fort Warren in Boston Harbor; Rock Island, Illinois; Elmira, New York; and Johnson's Island on Lake Erie. (123 pages, 9 x 6, Paperback)

$16.00
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