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!

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

Battle Cry of Freedom

Battle Cry of Freedom

Battle Cry of Freedom, by James McPherson. This Pultizer Prize-winning title remains without question the definitive one-volume history of the Civil War. The fast-paced narrative fully integrates the political,social,and military events that filled the 2 decades from the outbreak of one war in Mexico to the ending of another at Appomattox. (909 pages, 9 x 6.25, Paperback)

$19.95

The Confederate Battle Flag: America's Most Embattled Emblem

The Confederate Battle Flag: America's Most Embattled Emblem

The Confederate Battle Flag: America's Most Embattled Emblem, by John Coski, Historian of the Museum of the Confederacy. Shows how the Battle Flag emerged as the preeminent representation of the Confederacy, it's conversion to a mainstream icon, and the many battles waged over its interpretation. (401 pages, 9 x 5.5, Paperback)

$21.00

Ashes of Glory: Richmond at War

Ashes of Glory: Richmond at War

Ashes of Glory: Richmond at War, by Ernest B. Furgurson. The siege of Richmond, Virginia, is unlike anything in the history of America. For four years the Union soldiers tied an ever-tightening noose around the defiant city. That story--and the way Ernest B. Furgurson tells it--is reason enough to tackle this work. But even more fascinating is Furgurson's exploration of the minds of the residents who so passionately supported the Confederate cause. Visit Richmond in its proudest moments, when it envisioned victory; visit Richmond in its darkest times, when it felt flames.

$16.00

Lee's Lieutenants

Lee's Lieutenants

Lee's Lieutenants: A Study in Command, by Douglas Southall Freeman. A one-volume abridgement by Stephen W. Sears. A sweeping narrative that presents a multiple biography against the flame-shot background of the American Civil War, it is the story of the great figures of the Army of Northern Virginia who fought under Robert E. Lee. (910 pages, 9.25 x 6.25, Paperback)

$39.95
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