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1 A Lady (Mary Webster Loughborough). MY CAVE LIFE IN VICKSBURG. With Letters of Trial and Travel.
Wilmington Broadfoot 1989 Cloth Very Good 
Green cloth (spine faded), 195 pp., index. Reprint of a classic work first pub. in 1864.The account of a woman living through the seige of Vicksburg who kept a journal of life in the beleaguered city. 
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2 Adamson, Hans Christian. REGELLION IN MISSOURI: 1861. Nathaniel Lyon and His Army of the West.
Philadelphia Chilton Co. 1961 1st. Cloth Near Fine Near Fine 
D.j., 305 pp., endpaper maps, appendix, index. When Missouri was about to secede in 1861, Lyon, a militant unionist, raised a volunteer army and seized the St. Louis Arsenal, and then marched into rebel Missouri & fought the battle of Wilson's Creek. He prevented Missouri from joining the Confederacy. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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3 Allen, Randall & Keith S. Bohannon. CAMPAIGNING WITH "OLD STONEWALL". Confederate Captain Ujanirtus Allen's Letters to His Wife.
Baton Rouge LSU 1998 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 282 pp., illus., maps, index. In 1861 Allen joined the Ben Hill Infantry which became Co. F, 21st Georgia Volunteer Infantry. He wrote his wife 138 letters before receiving a mortal wound at Chancellorsville in 1863. His letters conveyed vivid descriptions of his environment and vibrant portrayals of people and numerous battles. 
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4 Allen, T. Harrell. LEE'S LAST MAJOR GENERAL: Bryan Grimes of North Carolina.
Mason City Savas Pub. Co. 1999 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 347 pp., maps, photos, index. The first biography of the remarkable life & tragic death by assassination of this North Carolina planter turned soldier. Based largely on Grimes' extensive and unedited papers. 
Price: 90.00 USD
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5 Anderson, Ephraim McD. MEMOIRS: HISTORICAL AND PERSONAL; Including the Campaigns of the First Missouri Confederate Brigade.
Dayton Morningside 1972 Cloth Very Good Mylar 
Gray cloth, 590 pp., endpaper map, illus., index. Top corner of the pages is wavy, from 1" at the front to 2" at the back. Otherwise a very readable copy of this facsimile reprint of the 1868 edition. Foreword by Edwin C. Bearss and index by Marge Riddle Bearss. #791 of 1000c. James I. Robertson, Jr. calls this one of the better Confederate narratives. 
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6 Bergeron Jr., Arthur W. GUIDE TO LOUISIANA CONFEDERATE MILITARY UNITS 1861-1865.
Baton Rouge LSU Press 1989 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 229 pp., extensive index. Examines 111 artillery, cavalry & infantry units furnished by Louisiana to Confederate armies. Short history of each unit. 
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7 Black, John Logan. Ed. By Eleanor D. McSwain. CRUMBLING DEFENSES or Memoirs and Reminiscences of John Logan Black, Colonel C.S.A.
Macon J.W. Burke Co. 1960 1st. Cloth Fine Mylar 
Gray cloth w/black lettering, 133 pp., foldout copy of "Roll of Field Staff, 1st Regt South Carolina", index. Black enlisted in the First Regmt. of South Carolina Cavalry as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1861 & was promoted to Colonel in June 1862. His Memoirs tell a great deal of his life during the Civil War. 
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8 Blakey, Arch Fredric. GENERAL JOHN H. WINDER, C.S.A.
Gainesville U. Of Florida 1990 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 275 pp., map, illus., index. Winder (1800-1865) served in the U.S. Army for almost 40 years before resigning in 1861 to join the Confederacy. As a Brig. General he commanded Richmond and oversaw all Union POWs east of the Mississippi. As Richmond commander he won the contempt of the civilians, and as warden he was known as the "beast" of Andersonville prison. 
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9 Boykin, Edward. THE FALLING FLAG.
Camden Guild Bindery Press 1992 Cloth Fine None 
Gray cloth w/silver decoration, 67 pp. Reprint of 1874 edition. This little book highlights the death throes of Lee's Army of Northern Virginia through the eyes of a commander of one of the rear guard cavalry regiments. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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10 Boykin, Richard Manning. CAPTAIN ALEXANDER HAMILTON BOYKIN. One of South Carolina's Distinguished Citizens.
N. Y. Privately Printed 1942 1st. Cloth Fine 
Blue cloth, 263 pp., endpaper map, double frontis & 11 illus. #205 of a limited ed. printed for family & friends. Memoirs of service with the2nd South Carolina Cavalry during the Civil War. Fine copy. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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11 Bradley, Mark L. THE BATTLE OF BENTONVILLE: Last Stand in the Carolinas.
Campbell Savas Woodbury Pub. 1996 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 575 pp., many maps, index. The Battle of Bentonville, in which Gen. Joseph E. Johnston launched a massive assault on one wing of Gen. Sherman's army was the military climax of the critical Carolinas campaign. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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12 Bradley, Michael R. TULLAHOMA. The 1863 Campaign for the Control of Middle Tennessee.
Shippensburg Burd Street Press 2000 1st. Paper Fine None 
Stiff pictorial paper covers, 110 pp., photos, maps, index. In June 1863, Union General William Rosecrans conducted a campaign of maneuver and skirmishing that drove the Confederate Army of Tennessee out of the state & laid the foundation for Sherman's capture of Atlanta. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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13 Brownlee, Richard S. GRAY GHOSTS OF THE CONFEDERACY
Baton Rouge LSU Press 1958 1st. Cloth Very Good Very Good 
D.j., 274 pp., maps, illus., index. Review copy. Confederate guerillas in Missouri including "Bloody Bill" Anderson, William C. Quantrill, Frank & Jesse James and the Younger brothers. A documented study of Civil War guerilla warfare west of the Mississippi from the Missouri border to Texas. Guns #306. 
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14 Buckley, Cornelius M., S.J., Trans. By. A FRENCHMAN, A CHAPLAIN, A REBEL. The War Letters of Pere Louis-Hippolyte Gache, S.J.
Chicago Loyola Univ. Press 1981 1st. Near Fine Near Fine 
D.j., 288 pp., index. Gache, a Jesuit, was the chaplain of the Tenth Louisiana Volunteer Regiment. He wrote to his Jesuit confreres at Spring Hill College near Mobile fairly frequently and with easy familiarity. Name on endpaper. 
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15 Cannon, Devereaux D., Jr. FLAGS OF TENNESSEE.
Gretna Pelican Pub. 1990 1st. Dec. Bds. Fine 
Brightly decorated boards, 95 pp., maps, color illus. of flags. Has some Tennessee history and numerous related flags including Confederte battle flags, Tennessee state flags, various county flags, etc. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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16 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. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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17 Christ, Mark K., Ed. By. GETTING USED TO BEING SHOT AT. The Spence Family Civil War Letters.
Fayetteville U. Of Arkansas 2002 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 228 pp., illus., index. Tom Spence served in the Second Arkansas Mounted Rifles and his brother Alex in the First Arkansas Infantry under Gen. Pat Cleburne. Both were killed in the war. Alex saw action at Shiloh and most of the other major engagements of the Army of Tennessee while Tom fought in Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky, & Tennessee. 
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18 Clark, Reuben G. Ed. By Willene B. Clark. VALLEYS OF THE SHADOW. The Memoir of Confederate Captain Reuben G. Clark.
Knoxville U. of Tennessee 1994 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 163 pp., 25 illus., 3 maps, index. Appendix contains a history of the 59th Tennessee Mounted Infantry and Company I, Clark's company. Clark was captured after the battle of Morristown in 1864 & was jailed for 8 months. He describes his harsh treatment, accusations of traitorous activities, & near- fatal illness. First book in the Voices of the Civil War series. 
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19 Coddington, Edwin B. THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN. A Study in Command.
Dayton Morningside 1994 Fine Fine 
D.j., 866 pp., maps, illus., index. A definitive study of the battle and the leadership. Blindstamp on title. Reprint of 1968 edition. 
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20 Collier, Major Calvin L. FIRST IN-LAST OUT. The Capitol Guards, Arkansas Brigade in the Civil War.
Little Rock Pioneer Press 1961 1st. Paper Fine None 
Stiff red, white, & blue pictorial paper covers,161 pp., illus., maps.The Arkansas Brigade of Cleburne's Division was first at Shiloh & last out, and again at Murfreesboro. The story of one of the finest military units in the Civil War. 
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