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101 Burch, John P. CHARLES W. QUANTRELL. A True Hist. of His Guerrilla Warfare on the Missouri & Kansas Border During the Civil War.
N.P. Vega 1923 1st. Fine  Very Good 
As told by Captain Harrison Trow. Rare d.j. has some soil. 266 pp., illus. A not very reliable account of Quantrell's activities with his recollections of the Youngers, the James brothers, and the border conflicts. Guns #523.  
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102 Buresh, Lumir F. Ed. By Dan L. Smith. OCTOBER 25TH AND THE BATTLE OF MINE CREEK.
Kansas City Lowell Press 1977 1st. Cloth Near Fine None 
Yellow cloth w/brown lettering, 266 pp., illus., maps (one foldout), index. The Battle of Mine Creek was the only Civil War battle fought in Kansas between uniformed troops & involved large forces of cavalry on both sides. Also known as Battle of the Osage, Battle of the Little Osage, or the Battle of Marais des Cygnes. 
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103 Burns, William S. Ed. By Frank Allen Dennis. RECOLLECTIONS OF THE 4TH MISSOURI CAVALRY.
Dayton Morningside 1988 Cloth Very Good No D.j. Issued 
Blue cloth w/crossed flags on front, 162 pp., frontis. of Burns & photo of the last Colonel of the unit, index. Slightly canted with small stain on front cover & blind stamp on the title page. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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104 Campbell, Randolph B. CARPETBAG RULE IN RECONSTRUCTION TEXAS: AN ENDURING MYTH.
Austin TSHA 1994 1st. Paper Very Good No D.j. Issued 
Stiff illus. paper covers, pp. 587-754, cover illus. of Tehuacana Creek Indian Council. Campbell's article pp. 587-596. Also Weiss-The Texas Rangers Revisited pp. 621-642; and Klos-The 1859 Expulsion of the Reserve Indians from Texas. Vol. XCVII, No. 4, April, 1994. 
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105 Cannan, John THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN May-November, 1864
Conshohocken Combined Books 1991 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 176 pp., many illus., maps, index. Details the carnage and depredations of the Atlanta Campaign. The author provides a stirring narrative making this an excellent study of one of the greatest military campaigns of the Civil War. 
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106 Cannan, John THE WILDERNESS CAMPAIGN, MAY 1864
Conshohocken Combined Books 1993 1st. Cloth Fine Near Fine 
D.j., 238 pp., photos, maps, illus., index. General Grant's first offensive battle for the Confederate capital of Richmond against Robert E. Lee's Army of North Virginia, which started in an area known as the Wilderness. Covers the planning, confused fighting and the resulting battle chaos. 
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107 Cannan, John, Ed. By. WAR IN THE EAST. Chancellorsville to Gettysburg, 1863.
N. Y. Gallery Books 1990 1st. Bds. Fine Fine 
D.j., 176 pp., many photos. The Eyewitness History of the Civil War series. Includes first hand accounts of the battles of Chancellorsville and Gettysburg by some of the generals who made the decisions and some of the common soldiers who fought the battles. 
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108 Cannan, John, Ed. By. WAR IN THE WEST. Shiloh to Vicksburg, 1862-1863.
N. Y. Gallery Books 1990 1st. Bds. Fine Fine 
D.j., 176 pp., many photos. The Eyewitness History of the Civil War series. Documents some of the great battles that took place in Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi from 1862 to 1863. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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109 Cannon, Devereaux D., Jr. THE FLAGES OF THE UNION. An Illustrated Guide.
Gretna Pelican Pub. 1994 1st. Wrs, Fine 
Stiff illustrated paper covers, 96 pp., illus. (some color plates), index. Small embossed seal on title page, otherwise fine. National flages, Infantry, Cavalry, Artillery, Naval, etc. 
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110 Cannon, Newton. Ed. By Campbell H. Brown. THE REMINISCENCES OF NEWTON CANNON. First Sergeant, C.S.A.
Nashville Eggman Pub. 1993 Stiff Dec. Wrs. Fine 
Stiff decorated paper covers, 84 pp., 14 illus., index. Reprint of 1963 edition. From holograph material provided by his grandson Samuel M. Fleming, Jr. Introduction by Stanley Horn. Cannon was First Sergeant, 11th Tennessee Cavalry. Gift inscription on title & blindstamp. 
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111 Capers, Brig. Gen. Ellison. Ed. By Gen Clemens A. Evans. SOUTH CAROLINA.
Secaucas Blue & Grey Press Hard Cover Fine Very Good 
D.j., 931 pp., illus. Confederate Military History series, Vol. 5. An extensive and detailed chronicle of what the Civil War meant to South Carolina. 
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112 Capers, Henry D. THE LIFE AND TIMES OF C. G. MEMMINGER.
Richmond Everett Waddey Co. 1893 1st. Cloth Near Fine Mylar 
Brown cloth (embossed decoration on front cover), gilt lettering on spine, 604 pp., frontis, index. A couple of brown spots on title & small nicks to bottom edge of pages 417-422. Memminger, German by birth, was moved to South Carolina. Well educated as a lawyer, he became a leader in education. He signed South Carolina's ordinance of secession & became a member of the Provisional Confederate Congress. He served as the Confederacy's first Sec. of the Treasury for three and a half years. 
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113 Carmichael, Peter S. LEE'S YOUNG ARTILLERIST. WILLIAM R. PEGRAM.
Charlottesville U. Of Va. 1995 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 209 pp., photos, battle plans, index. Pegram participated in every major battle in Virginia & rose from Sergeant to Colonel. 
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114 Carroll, John M., compiled, edited, and written by. CUSTER IN TEXAS: AN INTERRUPTED NARRATIVE.
N. Y. Sol Lewis Liveright 1975 1st. Very Good Very Good 
D.j. (small water stain on front cover), 288 pp., illus., index. Includes narratives of 1st Iowa Cavalry, 7th Indiana Cav., 5th Illinois Cav., 2nd Wisconsin Cav., info. on mutiny of Custer's command in Louisiana. Has 36 illus. by Jose Cisneros, Schiwetz, others & photos. 
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115 Carson, Geraldine Primrose. FROM THE DESK OF HENRY RALPH.
Austin Eakin Press 1990 1st. Near Fine Near Fine 
D.j., 304 pp., photos, maps, index. Embossed seal on title. Papers including a diary and letters from 1824-1924 from the desk of the author's father, the first child born in Jasper County, Tx. His father's personal experiences on the 1841 Santa Fe Expedition, his Civil War diary detailing the part played by the Thirteenth Texas Cavalry, and reconstruction. 
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116 Carter, Captain R.G. FOUR BROTHERS IN BLUE.
Austin U. Of Tx. 1979 2nd Prtg. Fine Fine 
537 pp., frontis., index. Orignally pub. in 1913 in ltd. edition (200c). 1979 reprint from the original. One of the finest primary sources on the daily life of a Union soldier. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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117 Carter, Captain R.G. FOUR BROTHERS IN BLUE.
Austin U. Of Tx. 1979 2nd Prtg. Very Good Good 
D.j. (minor stain), 537 pp., frontis., index. Minor water stain about 1" long on outer edge of page block. Name on frly. Orignally pub. in 1913 in only 200c. 1979 reprint from the original. One of the finest primary sources on the daily life of a Union soldier. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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118 Carter, Samuel III. THE SIEGE OF ATLANTA, 1864.
N. Y. Bonanza 1973 Bds. Very Good Fine 
D.j., 425 pp., photos, battle plans, maps, index. Atlanta in 1864 was the key to the South's survival. This was the decisive struggle of the war. Well told. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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119 Carter, W.H., Lt. Col. FROM YORKTOWN TO SANTAGO with the Sixth U.S. Cavalry
Austin State House Press 1989 1st. Of This Ed. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 343 pp., illus. by Remington, photos, roster, index. History of the 6th U.S. Cavalry during the Civil War, fighting Indians in Texas, Arizona & New Mexico, and combat in Cuba. Reprint of extremely rare 1900 original edition with an added index & introd. by John M. Carroll 
Price: 40.00 USD
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120 Casdorph, Paul D. LEE AND JACKSON. CONFEDERATE CHIEFTAINS.
N.Y. Paragon House 1992 1st. Cloth & Bds, Fine Fine 
D.j., 498 pp., photos, index. Finely researched and sweeping biographies of two of the South's greatest military leaders. The first biography to examine them both. 
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