Survey our vast assortment of titles that cover the causes of the war, the aftermath, and everything in between! For the more specialized reader, scan specific topics such as naval history, medical practices, and uniforms. Finally, for the traveling Civil War buff, we offer travel guides for must-see Civil War sites!

The Confederate Cemetery at Appomattox

The Confederate Cemetery at Appomattox

The cemetery at Appomattox, located on a wayside just outside of the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park, contains 18 Confederate soldiers' and one Union soldier's burial grounds.  This little book has been written for the reader to learn about these soldiers and the formation of the Ladies Memorial Association of Appomattox which undertook the task of establishing the cemetery.  By Patrick A. Schroeder, 40 pages.

$5.95

Thirty-Six Hours Before Appomattox

Thirty-Six Hours Before Appomattox

Thirty-Six Hours Before Appomattox carefully examines primary sources, along with terrain features and archeological data to clarify the events relating to the fighting which took place along Sailor's Creek, April 6, 1865.  The Battle of Sailor's Creek, actually three separate engagements, was the last major battle before the surrender of Lee's army and many of the greatest and most illustrious leaders of both armies clashed together for the last time on this field of conflict.  Sailor's Creek was not the last or only time the armies would be engaged in th

$6.95

Civil War Soldier Life: in Camp & Battle

Civil War Soldier Life:  in Camp & Battle

This is the first-hand account of George F. Williams of the New York volunteer infantry, with introduction and additional material by Patrick A Schroeder.  This booklet includes a biographical sketch of Williams to give context of the man's background and experience, and his first-hand account includes descriptions of Lincoln, Lee, and McClellan not contained in biographies for those men, making this book a must-read for any Civil War buff!  By George F. Williams, 44 pages.

$5.00

A History of High Bridge, Farmville, VA

A History of High Bridge

This booklet is an effort by the author to combine under one cover heretofore separately printed information and pictures of High Bridge and include data obtained from personal interviews and first-hand knowledge.  This is a general history complete with bibliography for more detailed history of High Bridge.  By Jo D. Smith, 22 pages.

$6.95

The Untold Civil War

The Untold Civil War:  Exploring the Human Side of War by James "Bud" Robertson.  Edited by Neil Kagan.  James Robertson, whose weekly talks about little-known people and events of the Civil War aired for 15 years on National Public Radio, brings history to life here in a collection of true stories revealing the human struggles and personal dramas that took place as great events unfolded.  He tells us, for example, how 11-year-old Grace Bedell changed the face of history by urging President-elect Abraham Lincoln to grow a beard and how the pious and abstemious

$40.00

The History of the Rebel Yell

By Terryl W. Elliott.  Detailed here are the origin and nature of the Rebel Yell, a piece of history largely lost to time.  The text offers a substantial theory of the derivation of the yell, analyzes its variations, and assesses the few documented descriptions and recorded versions in their historical context.  The book includes stories and poems featuring the yell and concludes with a list of references.  160 pages.  Paperback. Item # 20396

$17.95

General Lee's Army

General Lee's Army

From Victory to Collapse.Author Joseph Glatthaar draws on a range of sources - from letters & diaries, to war records, to a definitive data base of statistics -to rewrite the history of the Civil War's most important army. 600 pages

$15.95

Complicity, How the North Promoted, Prolonged, and Profited from Slavery

Complicity, How the North Promoted, Prolonged, and Profited from Slavery

How the North Promoted, Prolonged, and Profited from Slavery. Written by Anne Farrow , Joel Lang and Jenifer Frank. The Norths profit from indeed, dependence on slavery has mostly been a shameful and well-kept secret . . . until now. In this startling and superbly researched new book, three veteran New England journalists demythologize the region of America known for tolerance and liberation, revealing a place where thousands of people were held in bondage and slavery was both an economic dynamo and a necessary way of life.

$15.95

Confederate Soldiers Prayer Book 1861

Confederate Soldiers Prayer Book 1861

A reprint of the booklet Prayers Suitable for the Times In Which We Live, originally published in 1861. Contains prayers and hymns to help sustain and uplift the common soldier in the field. (29 pages, 5 x 3.5)

$4.95

Lee's Miserables: Life in the Army of Northern Virginia from the Wilderness to Appomattox

Lee's Miserables

Recipient of the 1998 Jefferson Davis Book Award. Lee's Miserables: Life in the Army of Northern Virginia from the Wilderness to Appomattox, by J. Tracy Power. Exhaustively researched, and based on a wide variety of letters and diaries drawn from manuscript sources throughout the Confederate South, this book traces the cautious optimism after the Wilderness campaign, where soldiers wrote of high spirits, to the rampant despair of the spring of 1865. Covers the standard topics: morale, rations, home front, and the like.

$22.50
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