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1 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. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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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. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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3 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. 
Price: 80.00 USD
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4 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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5 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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6 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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7 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. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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8 Corn, James F. JIM WITHERSPOON: A Soldier of the South 1862-1865,
Cleveland Author 1962 1st. Paper Very Good None 
Paper covers w/an illus., 36 pp., photos. Witherspoon enlisted in Co. H, 5th Kentucky Cavalry in 1862 which was later placed under command of Gen. John H. Morgan. He took part in Morgan's Raid through Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio in 1863. The last six pages are devoted to his family tree with some added notations on page 34. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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9 Criswell, Grover C. With Douglas B. Ball, Ph.D. & Hugh Shull. COMPREHENSIVE CATALOG OF CONFEDERATE PAPER MONEY.
Port Clinton BNR Press 1996 1st. Boards Fine Mylar 
Slick black decorated boards, 352 pp. (last 20 pages are ads), illus. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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10 Doubleday, Abner. Edited By Jos. Chance. CHANCELLORSVILLE AND GETTYSBURG.
N. Y. Charles Scribner's Sons 1882 1st. Cloth Very Good No D.j. Issued 
Dark blue embossed cloth w/gilt lettering, 243 pp., 12 maps, index. Campaigns of the Civil War VI. Nice tight copy, some spots on spine & back cover, spine ends & corners worn. An account of two Civil War battles in both of which Doubleday commanded troops. 
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Charlottesville Rockbridge Pub. Co. 1999 1st. Boards Fine Fine 
D.j., 359 pp., photos, muster rolls, index. Maryland's refusal to secede led to a sharply divided populace as eastern Maryland & the Chesapeake Bay section were closely tied to Virginia. This is a meticulous record of the Marylanders who fought with distinction for the Confederacy. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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12 Dufour, Charles L. GENTLE TIGER. The Gallant Life of Roberdeau Wheat.
Baton Rouge LSU Press 1957 1st. Very Good Very Good 
D.j. (worn), 232 pp., photos, illus., index. Some browning of endpapers & owner seal on title. Wheat commanded the famous "Louisiana Tigers" who fought in some of the War's bloodiest battles. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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13 Force, M. F. FROM FORT HENRY TO CORINTH. (Campaigns of the Civil War II)
Harrisburg The Archive Society 1992 Hard Cover Fine No D.j. Issued 
Dark blue simulated leather w/ gilt lettering, 204 pp., diagrams, maps, index. AEG and marbled endpapers. Facsimile reprint of 1881 original. Military operations in the Mississippi Valley, Missouri, Arkansas, & western Tennessee. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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N. Y. Charles Scribner's Sons 1882 1st. Cloth Very Good No D.j. Issued 
Dark blue embossed cloth w/gilt lettering, 289 pp., 7 maps, index. Campaigns of the Civil War VIII. Nice tight copy but spine ends worn. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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15 Hancock, R. R. HANCOCK'S DIARY: Or, A History of the Second Tennessee Confederate Cavalry, with Sketches of First and Seventh Battalions
Dayton Morningside 1981 Cloth Fine Mylar 
Blue cloth w/gilt spine lettering, two volumes in one, 644 pp., portraits. Blindstamps on fly & title. Reprint of 1887 edition. Sergeant Richard Ramsey Hancock's Diary began as a personal record of his experiences in the Civil War. Quite a bit about Nathan Bedford Forrest. He took part in the alleged "Fort Pillow Massacre". 
Price: 60.00 USD
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16 Hartley, Chris J. STUART'S TARHEELS. James B. Gordon and His North Carolina Cavalry.
Baltimore Butternut & Blue 1996 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 438 pp., illus., maps, index. A fascinating biography of one of J.E.B. Stuart's ablest subordinates during the Civil War. Despite a lack of military training, Gordon rose rapidly through the ranks and, as the commander of North Carolina cavalrymen in the ANV, he helped bring unparalleled success to Stuart's famed Confederate Cavalry. Seventh volume of the Army of Northern Virginia series. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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Garden City Garden City Pub. Co. 1931 1st. Cloth Very Good No Jacket 
Cloth, 514 pp., endpaper maps, illus., index. Owner name on fly. Interesting and well-written account of the Confederacy told from the Southern point of view. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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18 Holmes, Robert Masten. Ed. By Frank A. Dennis. KEMPER COUNTY REBEL. The Civil War Diary of Robert Masten Holmes, C.S.A.
Jackson Univ. & College Press of Mississippi 1973 1st. Boards Fine Fine 
D.j. (clipped), xix + 115 pp., index. Foreword by Thomas L. Connelly. The short, ends after six months, Civil War diary of a Confederate with Co. I, 24th Regiment, Mississippi Volunteers, Army of Tennessee. The editor details his battle accounts, prison life in Chicago, & early death at age 20. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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19 Hopkins, Donald A. THE LITTLE JEFF. The Jeff Davis Legion, Cavalry, Army of Northern Virginia
Shippensburg White Mane Pub. Co. 1999 1st. Leatherette Fine Fine 
D.j., 325 pp., illus., 10 maps, 14 tables, notes, index.The first complete history of the Jeff Davis Legion initially designated the 2nd Mississippi Cavalry Battalion. Fighting under Jeb Stuart & Wade Hampton it later followed Hampton to Georgia and the Carolinas. They were the only Mississippi cavalry to fight as part of Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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20 Hughes, Nathaniel Cheairs, Jr. & Roy P. Stonesifer, Jr. THE LIFE AND WARS OF GIDEON J. PILLOW.
Chapel Hill U. Of N. C. 1993 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 455 pp., 6 maps, many illus., index. Blindstamp on title. Commonly portrayed as a bungling general who disgraced himself at Fort Donelson, Pillow is one of the most controversial military figures of 19th Century America. Before the war he was one of Tennessee's wealthiest planters & lawyers as well as being influential in national politics. 
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