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97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 3)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 4)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 5)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 6)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 7)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 8)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 9)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 10, Part 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 10, Part 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 11, Part 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 11, Part 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 11, Part 3)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 12, Part 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 12, Part 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 12, Part 3)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 12, Supplement)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 13)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 14)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 15)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 16, Part 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 16, Part 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 17, Part 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 17, Part 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 18)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 19, Part 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 19, Part 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 20, Part 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 20, Part 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 21)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 22, Part 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 22, Part 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 23, Part 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 23, Part 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 24, Part 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 24, Part 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 24, Part 3)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 25, Part 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 25, Part 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 26, Part 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 26, Part 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 27, Part 1)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 27, Part 2)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, Vol 27, Part 3)Robert N ScottSeries I: Contains The Formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States, And Of All Military Operations In The Field, With The Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating Specially Thereto, And, As Proposed Is To Be Accompanied By An Atlas. In This Series The Reports Will Be Arranged According To The Campaigns And Several Theaters Of Operations (in The Chronological Order Of The Events), And The Union Reports Of Any Event Will, As A Rule, Be Immediately Followed By The Confederate Accounts. The Correspondence, Etc., Not Embraced In The Reports Proper Will Follow (first Union And Next Confederate) In Chronological Order. Volume Xiv. 1885. (vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter Xxvi - Operations On The Coasts Of South Carolina, Georgia, And Middle And East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-jun 11, 1863. Ser. I. [formal Reports, Both Union And Confederate, Of The First Seizures Of United States Property In The Southern States] (53 V. In 111) -- Ser. Ii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns, Union And Confederate, Relating To Prisoners Of War And To State Or Political Prisoners] (8 V.) -- Ser. Iii. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Union Authorities] (5 V.) -- Ser. Iv. [correspondence, Orders, Reports And Returns Of The Confederate Authorities] (3 V.) -- General Index And Additions And Corrections. Prepared Under The Direction Of The Secretary Of War By Robert N. Scott. Reprint. Originally Published: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1880-1901. Editors Vary. Vols. Are Numbered Serially 1-130 As Well As Within Series I-iv. Serial Nos. 112-113 Never Published.
97809186780721985War Of The Rebellion: Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies (Series I, General Index And Additions/Corrections)Robert N Scott
97808094476021985The Struggle For Tennessee: Tupelo To Stones River (civil War)James Street
97808094482031987The Assassination: Death Of The PresidentChamp ClarkDiscusses The Events Surrounding The Assassination Ofabraham Lincoln, The Capture Of The Conspirators, Thetrial, And Its Outcome. A Haunting Dream.--a Kidnapping Abotred.--tragedy At Ford's.--a Night Of Tears And Violence.--the Harsh Reckoning. By Champ Clark And The Editors Of Time-life Books. Includes Index. Bibliography: P. 173-174.
97808094479231987The Nation Reunited: War's Aftermath (civil War)Richard W. MurphyPortrays The People And Events Of The Post-civil War Era In The United States From 1865-1876. The North Divided -- The Radicals Ascendant -- A Wild Rush For Riches -- A Presidency Scarred By Scandal -- Retreat From Reconstruction. By Richard W. Murphy And The Editors Of Time-life Books. Includes Index. Bibliography: P. 172.
97808094475271985Twenty Million Yankees: The Northern Home Front (civil War)Donald Dale JacksonAn Account Of The People And Events On The Northern Home Front. Fissures Of Dissent -- Enterprising Union -- Mustering The Legions -- Artery Of Love -- Political Battles. By Donald Dale Jackson And The Editors Of Time-life Books. Includes Index. Bibliography: P. 173-174.
97808094472061983Forward To Richmond (civil War)Ronald H. BaileyBy Ronald H. Bailey And The Editors Of Time-life Books. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 171-172) And Index.
97808094475891985Gettysburg: The Confederate High TideChamp Clark
97808094479611988Master Index: An Illustrated Guide (the Civil War)Time-life Books
97809185186371988The Flags Of The Confederacy: An Illustrated HistoryDevereaux D., Jr. CannonBy Devereaux D. Cannon, Jr. Includes Index.
97818796640811992The Attack And Defense Of Little Round Top, Gettysburg, July 2, 1863Oliver Willcox Norton
97808050183011992Lost Victories: The Military Genius Of Stonewall JacksonBevin AlexanderBevin Alexander. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.
97815655402481994The South Was Right!James Ronald Kennedy

An authoritative and documented study of the mythology behind Civil War history, clearly exhibiting how the South was an independent country invaded, captured, and still occupied by a vicious aggressor.

97805175807071992Sheridan: The Life And Wars Of General Phil SheridanMorris, Roy.This Biography Of The U.s. Army General Describes Sheridan's Role In Such Civil War Battles As Perryville, Yellow Tavern, And Five Forks, And His Experiences In The Post-war Period. Soldier-making -- Worth His Weight In Gold -- Infantry Brigadier -- The Valley And The Heights -- Cavalry Commander -- Follow Him To The Death -- Endgames -- Reconstructing Rebels -- At Best An Inglorious War -- General Of The West -- Taps. Roy Morris, Jr. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 437-448) And Index.
97803930373021996Robert E. Lee: A BiographyEmory M. Thomas
97809144278341994The Robert E. Lee Reader (the American Civil War)Stanley F. Horn
97802520165231990No Better Place To Die: The Battle Of Stones RiverPeter CozzensIt Was Here In Stones River, That Both The Union And Confederate Armies Lost Over On-quarter Of Their Forces In Battle Casualties. A Series Of Maps Clarifies The Combat Activity. Summer Of Hope, Autumn Of Despair -- The Rosecrans Touch -- A Hasty Advance -- We Lived Like Lords -- To Murfreesboro -- The Lines Were Forming -- Boys, This Is Fun -- Matters Looked Pretty Blue Now -- The Rebels Were Falling Like Leaves Of Autumn -- Rosecrans Rallies The Right -- Our Boys Were Forced Back In Confusion -- Whirlwind In The Round Forest -- We Laid To Rest Poor Boys Gone -- Thunder On The Left -- This Army Should Be Promptly Put In Retreat -- Bragg's Army? He's Got None -- Appendix: The Opposing Forces In The Stones River Campaign. Peter Cozzens. Includes Index. Bibliography: P. [252]-264.
97805173715101988The Civil War: Strange & Fascinating FactsBurke Davis
97805176991881990Poems And Songs Of The Civil WarLois Hill
97808317143382001Storm Over The Land: A Profile Of The Civil War (the Civil War Library)Carl Sandburg
97808839404951997A Civil War Treasury Of Tales, Legends & FolkloreB.a. Botkin
97816030620532012Pale Blue LightTucker
97808071184051994The Impact Of The Civil War And Reconstruction On Arkansas: Persistence In The Midst Of RuinCarl H. Moneyhon
97808724949851989Travels To Hallowed Ground: A Historian's Journey To The American Civil War (american Military History Series)Emory M. ThomasBy Emory M. Thomas. Includes Index.
97815655425321998Civil War In Texas And New Mexico TerritoryCottrell, Steve.There Are Many Stories From The Civil War; Some Of The Ones That Place In The West Have Been Overlooked. Texas And New Mexico Territory (present-day New Mexico And Arizona) Were The Scene Of Fierce Fights And Courageous Actions On Both Sides. This Book Presents Stories Of Those Skirmishes, Strategies, And Soldiers. Even Though Some Texans--such As The Famous Sam Houston--opposed Secession, Texas Joined The Confederacy On March 2, 1861, And Put Tens Of Thousands Of Men Into Battle To Support The South. Even As They Fought Off Federal Forces, The Western Soldiers Had To Defend Their Homes From Mexican Bandits And Native American Attacks. Steve Cottrell ; Illustrated By Andy Thomas. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 139-140) And Index.
97801950421391987Ghosts Of The Confederacy: Defeat, The Lost Cause, And The Emergence Of The New South, 1865 To 1913Foster, Gaines M.Part One: Coming To Terms With Defeat, 1865 To 1885 -- Part Two: Celebrating The Confederacy, 1883 To 1907 -- Part Three: The Waning Power Of The Confederate Tradition, 1898 To 1913. Gaines M. Foster. Includes Index. Bibliography: P. 276-298.
97805176323521987Lincoln TalksEmanuel Hertz
97806900142661977We Knew William Tecumseh Sherman: An Eyewitness BiographyRichard Wheeler
97808991926421988George B. Mcclellan: The Young NapoleonSears, Stephen W.By Age 35, General George B. Mcclellan (1826-1885), Designated The Young Napoleon, Was The Commander Of All The Northern Armies. He Forged The Army Of The Potomac Into A Formidable Battlefield Foe, And Fought The Longest And Largest Campaign Of The Time As Well As The Single Bloodiest Battle In The Nation's History. Yet, He Also Wasted Two Supreme Opportunities To Bring The Civil War To A Decisive Conclusion. In 1864 He Challenged Abraham Lincoln As The Democratic Candidate For The Presidency. Neither An Indictment Nor An Apologia, This Biography Draws Entirely On Primary Sources To Create A Splendidly Incisive Portrait Of This Charismatic, Controversial General Who, For The First Eighteen Months Of The Conflict, Held The Fate Of The Union In His Unsteady Hands. - Publisher. The Making Of A Soldier -- On Peacetime Service -- Life In A Civilian World -- The Call To War -- Building An Army -- General Of All The Armies -- The Grand Campaign -- On The Peninsula -- The Battle For Richmond -- Impasse At Harrison's Landing -- General Without An Army -- Opportunity Of A Lifetime -- The Battle Of Antietam -- The Last Command -- The Political Arena -- Campaign For The Presidency -- The Old Soldier. Stephen W. Sears. Includes Index. Bibliography: P. [411]-468.
97808780537661988General Stephen D. LeeHerman Hattaway
97808317132491986Civil War AlmanacCommager
97803454049231996Gods And Generals (civil War)Jeff Shaara

In this brilliantly written epic novel, Jeff Shaara traces the lives, passions, and careers of the great military leaders from the first gathering clouds of the Civil War. Here is Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, a hopelessly by-the-book military instructor and devout Christian who becomes the greatest commander of the Civil War; Winfield Scott Hancock, a captain of quartermasters who quickly establishes himself as one of the finest leaders of the Union army; Joshua Chamberlain, who gives up his promising academic career and goes on to become one of the most heroic soldiers in American history; and Robert E. Lee, never believing until too late that a civil war would ever truly come to pass. Profound in its insights into the minds and hearts of those who fought in the war, Gods and Generals creates a vivid portrait of the soldiers, the battlefields, and the tumultuous times that forever shaped the nation.

Publishers Weekly

Shaara, whose father, Michael Shaara, won the Pulitzer in 1975 for his Civil War saga The Killer Angels, penned this prequel, which spent 14 weeks on PW's bestseller list. (May)

97805176620452000They Called Him Stonewall: A Life Of Lt. General Tj Jackson, CsaBurke Davis
97808071016121976A Southern Odyssey: Travelers In The Antebellum NorthFranklin, John Hope , 1915-2009John Hope Franklin. Includes Index. Bibliography: P. 287-294.
97803944664391972Mary Todd Lincoln: Her Life And LettersJustin G. TurnerBiographical Narrative And Self-portrait Of Mrs. Abraham Lincoln, Drawn From 609 Of Her Letters Covering 42 Years. [by] Justin G. Turner [and] Linda Levitt Turner. With An Introd. By Fawn M. Brodie. Bibliography: P. [745]-750.
97808131129851982The Armies Of The Streets: The New York City Draft Riots Of 1863Adrian CookThe City In 1863 -- The Days Of The Riot -- The Aftermath. Adrian Cook. Includes Bibliographical References (p. [315]-317) And Index.
97803945289531984Lincoln: A NovelGore Vidal
97805171601071989The Lost Cause The Standard Southern History Of The War Of The ConfederatesEdward A. Pollard
97805173715101988The Civil War: Strange & Fascinating FactsBurke Davis
97815552175011998The History And Battlefields Of The Civil WarJohn Xl; Bowen
97806794086281992Lincoln: An Illustrated BiographyPhilip B. Kunhardt Jr.
97808704464671986Visiting Our Past: America's Historylands (world In Color Library)National Geographic Society
97815552120251997The Photographic History Of The Civil War V5 The Armies And Leaders Poetry And EloquenceBlue & Grey Press
97807924560561991First With The Most: Nathan Bedford ForestRobert S. Henry
97800601579821989The Illustrated Confederate ReaderRod Gragg
97818848220871996Photographic History Of The Civil War: Fort Sumter To Gettysburg ,the Civil War TimesWilliam C. Davis
97815969850012006The Politically Incorrect Guide To The South (and Why It Will Rise Again)Clint JohnsonThe Author Presents A Pro-south Perspective On American History, Maintaining That The South Has Always Been The Center Of American Culture With A Strong Emphasis On Traditional Values, Family, Faith, And Small Government. Introduction : Slamming The South -- Part I: Why It's Great To Be A Southerner -- Chapter 1: Southern By The Grace Of God : What Other Regions Ain't Got But Sure Wish They Did -- Defining Southern Culture -- The Southern Smile Shines -- Gentility And Good Manners Are Expected Down South -- Southerners Always Have A Sense Of Place -- Old-time Religion Is Good Enough For The South -- Southerners Love Contact Sports -- Southerners Carry Guns -- Southern Culture In A Nutshell : Religious, Funny Good Ol' Boys And Gals With A Love Of Home And A Smile For Strangers -- Chapter 2: The South And Southerners We Love -- Southerners Act Different -- Southerners Talk Different -- Southerners Eat Different -- Southerners Are Less Race Conscious Than Folks Up North -- Southerners Aren't Elitists -- How To Impress A Southerner : Know Cars, Country Music, Racin', And Mayberry -- True Southerners Still Have Heroes -- Chapter 3: Things You Didn't Know About The South -- The South's Anthem : Dixie --^ The Best Schools Really Are In The South -- The South Spawned Rock And Roll -- The South Was Making Movies When Hollywood Was Nowhere -- Chapter 4: Places And Events That Explain The South -- Historic Southern Locations -- Historic Southern Events -- Historic Southern Homes -- Part Ii: American History, Southern Style -- Chapter 5: Southern Colonies Birth The New World -- The South Once Spoke Spanish -- The South's Lost Colony -- Jamestown And The Arrival Of Black Slavery -- A Southern Bouillabaisse Of Nationalities -- Chapter 6: The South Starts And Wins The Revolution -- Protests Of English Taxes Started In The South -- Fighting For Freedom Started In The South -- Southerners Were More Ready To Fight Than Northerners -- Southerners Win The Revolution -- The South's Redneck General Was The Best -- Southerners Were More Patriotic -- Chapter 7: Southerners Create America's Government -- Southerners Bring Order To Chaos -- Southerners Drive The Constitutional Convention --^ Northerners Argue That Slaves Are Property -- Northerners Fight Harder For Federalism -- Southerners Fix The Constitution -- Southerners Select The Nation's Capital -- Chapter 8: Southerners Expand The Nation -- Southerners Create The Modern-day Midwest -- Southerners Prove The Constitution Works -- Yankees Threaten Secession -- How Southerners Won The War Of 1812 -- Slackers And Fighters During The Black Hawk War -- Southerners Explore And Acquire The American West -- Chapter 9: The Nation's Mark Of Cain -- Northerners Ran The Slave Trade -- New York Refused To Abandon The Slave Trade -- Not Even War Slowed The Yankee Slave Trade -- Slavery Was Less Cruel In The South -- Southern Slaves Lived Much Like Free Blacks - And Whites -- The Race Of Plantation Owners May Be Surprising -- Chapter 10: Why The South Seceded -- There Was No Civil War -- The South Wanted Its Independence -- Secession Was An Economic Issue -- When Did Abolition Become A War Aim? -- The War Wasn't About Slavery ; It Was About States' Rights -- Chapter 11: Total War Versus Noble War -- Lincoln Lied To Everyone About Fort Sumter -- Lincoln Attacks Early And Often -- The Union Turns Nasty -- The South Was Kinder To Its Enemies -- Defeat Buy Not Dishonor -- The North Threatens Continued Violence --^ Chapter 12: The Secret History Of The War -- An Army Of Immigrants -- War For Cotton? -- Cotton-producing States Were Targeted First -- Lincoln Planned States Were Targeted First -- Lincoln Planned To Colonize Freed Slaves -- Lincoln Was No Defender Of Civil Rights -- Davis Ignored His Critics -- Why Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation Was A Sham -- Blacks Get The Presidential Treatment -- Andersonville And The Horror Of The Prison Camps -- God Recognized The Confederacy -- Southern Women Were The Backbone Of The Confederacy -- Chapter 13: Reconstruction...or Deconstruction? -- Confederates Were Accused Of Treason, But Never Tried -- Little Reconstruction Was Done During Reconstruction -- Reconstruction : The Good -- Reconstruction : The Bad -- Chapter 14: The South Rises Again -- Wheeler Praises His Black Soldiers -- Bygones Are Finally Bygones -- Chapter 15: The South Saves The World -- Southerners Won World War Ii In The Pacific Theater --^ Southerners Won The European Theater -- Conclusion : The Nation Should Thank God For The South. Clint Johnson. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 243-248) And Index.
97805170000211997Secret Missions Of The Civil WarPhilip Van Doren Stern
97803851560971983Bruce Catton's AmericaOliver Jensen
97807922341281996Field Of BattleK. M. Kostyal
97815637300161992Mapping The Civil War: Featuring Rare Maps From The Library Of Congress (library Of Congress Classics)Christopher NelsonA Primary Source Of Intelligence In The Civil War, Maps Were As Valuable And Critical As Rifles And Cannon. This Second Book In The Library Of Congress Classics Series Breaks The War Into Major Battles, Illustrating Each With Rare And Critical Maps And Beautiful Photographs And Sketches. Text By Christopher Nelson ; Captions By Brian Pohanka. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.
97805176415901987Shiloh Campaign March April 1862 (great Military Campaigns Of History Series)David G. Martin
97805170300041989Robert E. Lee, The Man And The Soldier: A Pictorial BiographyPhilip Van Doren Stern
97808317076821995Brothers In Arms: The Lives And Experiences Of The Men Who Fought The Civil War-in Their Own WordsWilliam C. Davis
97805176646121989They Fought For The UnionF. A. Lord
97805175263301988Battles Of The Civil WarJohnson, Curt.Curt Johnson & Mark Mclaughlin. Includes Index.
97818893724401998Memoirs Of Robert E. LeeRobert E Lee
97809330317151992Battle Maps Of The Civil War (american Heritage)Robert K. KrickText By Richard O'shea ; Featuring Maps By David Greenspan ; Introduced By Robert K. Krick. Some Maps Copyrighted By American Heritage. Includes Index.
97808836397021992Civil WarSears
97818583398181998The Civil War, 1861-1965, Interactive Package Of Image And Text - Book And Illustrated Cd-romRoth
97808071187711993Thirty Years AfterEdwin Forbes; introduction by William J. Cooper
97805172242291986Harper's Pictorial History Of The Civil WarGuernsey, Alfred H. (alfred Hudson) , 1824-1902Contemporary Accounts And Illustrations From The Greatest Magazine Of The Time, With 1000 Scenes, Maps, Plans And Portraits. By Alfred H. Guernsey And Henry M. Alden. Contemporary Accounts And Illustrations From The Greatest Magazine Of The Time With 1000 Scenes, Maps, Plans And Portraits. -- Jacket. Previously Published: Harper's Pictorial History Of The Great Rebellion. Springfield, Mo. : Baron Press, 1968. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.
97818786857971993Gettysburg: The Paintings Of Mort KunstlerJames M. Mcpherson
97801950657011994Lincoln In American MemoryMerrill D. Peterson
97808991917201983Landscape Turned Red: The Battle Of AntietamStephen W. Sears
97814515388232010Where The Mockingbird Sang: A Novel Of The Civil WarDavid Wilson AtwoodAll Choices Have Consequences; Some Very Little, While Others Reach Through The Years And Affect The Lives Of Subsequent Generations. Where The Mockingbird Sang, Set In The Arkansas Ozarks Before, During, And After The Civil War Is An Intriguing Tale Of Lust, War, Capture And Imprisonment, Escape, Betrayal, Family, And The Ability Of Good And Love To Triumph Over The Horrors Of War. Evans Atwood Is A Warrior In The Confederate Army Who Serves With Honor. Through Him The Story Of So Many Who Gave Their Hearts And Sacrificed So Much Dear To Them To Be Able To Provide And Protect Freedom And Their Right To Self Determination Comes To Life. These Men And Women Are Forever Changed As Are Those Who Are Left Behind To Suffer Other Horrors And Evil That War Brings. Evans Teaches School At The Primitive Baptist Church In Shiloh, Arkansas Where He Meets Lucy Jane Roberts, A Beautiful Transplant From Eastern Tennessee. With Her Beauty And Her Designs On A Better Life, She Sweeps Him Along A Course That Will Change His Life And The Lives Of All Around Him. Due To Lucy's Seduction Of Evans, And The Resulting Pregnancy, He Chooses Her Over His Lifelong Friend, Neighbor, And Love, Susan Wilson. All Is Well With The Young Couple Until The Challenges Of War Come Into Their Lives. Evans And His Wandering, Older, Back Woods Friend, Nathanial James Buchanan Or Buck, Are Certain, As Are Soldiers On Both Sides Of The Conflict That The War Will Only Last A Few Months. Evans Leaves Lucy Jane With Eighteen Month Old Martha Jane And Six Week Old James Calvin When He And Buck Enlist In The 15th Arkansas Infantry To Secure The Freedoms They Long For.
97819351301162010Ivy A NovelLarry G Morgan
97801950789161992Lincoln, The War President: The Gettysburg Lectures (gettysburg Civil War Institute Books)Boritt
97809422111601987Barksdale's Mississippi Brigade At Gettysburg: Most Magnificent Charge Of The WarJ. S Mcneily
97805170601551991The Blue And The Gray: Two Volumes In OneHenry Steele Commager
97808900987761985The Union ReaderRichard Barksdale Harwell
97808900987761985The Union ReaderRichard Barksdale Harwell
97808780551111991Pemberton: A BiographyBallard, Michael B.Michael B. Ballard. Includes Bibiographical References And Index.
97805176991881990Poems And Songs Of The Civil WarLois Hill
97815724902461996Law's Alabama Brigade In The War Between The Union And The ConfederacyLaine, J. Gary.J. Gary Laine And Morris M. Penny Have Produced A Compelling Story Of Five Civil War Regiments From Alabama Known As Law's Brigade. This Fighting Unit Displayed An Aggressive Fighting Spirit, Charging The Enemy In Seven Of Ten Major Battles. The Authors Have Uncovered New Material, Which Is Reflected In Gripping Personal Stories Gleaned From Diaries, Letters, Newspapers, And Eyewitness Accounts. The Five Regiments Were Formed By Men From 25 Of Alabama's 67 Counties. The. Reader Will Vicariously Accompany The Alabamians As They Leave Home, Believing That One Southern Soldier Was Worth Ten Yankees; Ride The Cars To Virginia; And Experience Their Baptism In Battle. In 1863, The Dashing Young Brigadier General Evander Mciver Law, A Graduate Of The Citadel, Became Their Brigade Commander. This Story Of His Brigade Follows The Alabamians Through Their Heartbreaking Repulse At Gettysburg, The Exhilaration Of Rushing Through The Federal Line At. Chickamauga And Its Finest Hour Fighting Alone Against Four Federal Divisions At The Wilderness. After 48 Battles And Skirmishes, The Alabamians Surrendered At Appomattox When Attrition Had Reduced Their Numbers From 6,260 Men To 973. The Authors Document The Political Conflicts Within The Brigade, Particularly The Devastating Feud Between Law And Longstreet Which Eventually Drew Lee And Davis Into The Affair. Human Interest Stories, Including A Duel Fought Behind The. Lines At Suffolk, Virginia, Woven Into The Account Tell Of The Camp Life Experienced By The Men And Their Views Of The War. By J. Gary Laine & Morris Penny. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.
97805172028832000Civil War Generals: An Illustrated EncyclopediaCivil War Society
97808078195621991Lee Considered: General Robert E. Lee And Civil War HistoryNolan, Alan T.Examines The Life Of General Robert E. Lee And The Previous Writings About Him. Preface -- The Mythic Lee -- Lee And The Peculiar Institution -- Lee Secedes -- General Lee -- The Magnanimous Adversary -- The Price Of Honor -- Lee After The War -- The Lee Tradition And Civil War History -- Appendix A: Lee's Letter Of January 11, 1865, Concerning The Institution Of Slavery -- Appendix B: Lee's Letter Of February 25, 1868, Concerning His Resignation And The Virginia Commission -- Appendix C: An Army Commander's Authority To Surrender -- Notes -- Bibliography Of Works Cited -- Index. Alan T. Nolan. Includes Bibliographical References (p. [211]-219) And Index.
97815552120321988The Photographic History Of The Civil War, Volume 3: Forts And Artillery; The NaviesO E HuntJulian J. Landau.
97815552117452011The Photographic History Of The Civil War, Vol. 1: The Opening Battles / Two Years Of Grim WarWilliam H. Taft
97803945628581990The Civil War: An Illustrated HistoryGeoffrey C. Ward

The award-winning PBS series spawned this book, which is filled with evocative photographs and essays from some of the nation's leading Civil War historians.

Publishers Weekly

Companion volume to a forthcoming PBS series, this is an extraordinary collection of photos, engravings and paintings, many published for the first time, conveying military and political events of the Civil War, accompanied by a pungent text that avoids sentimentality in depicting "the most horrible, necessary, intimate, acrimonious, mean-spirited, and heroic'' war in our history. Typical illustrations include a photo of a pile of amputated feet, four pages of clinical portraits of maimed soldiers, photos of nurses at work in hospitals and rare studio portraits of slaves among some 500 illustrations which, in combination with the text, present a memorable record of the War Between the States. The book, assembled by Ward, author of A First Class Temperament: The Emergence of Franklin Roosevelt, and historians Ken and Ric Burns, also includes original essays by distinguished historians James M. McPherson and C. Vann Woodward among others, and an edifying interview with historian Shelby Foote. BOMC main selection. (Sept.)

97818887777101999Campfire And BattlefieldRossiter JohnsonBy Rossiter Johnson, With Special Contributions By J.t. Morgan ... [et Al.] ; Art Editors, Frank Beard, George Spiel. Originally Published: New York : Bryan, Taylor & Co., 1894. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.
97808078195621991Lee Considered: General Robert E. Lee And Civil War HistoryNolan, Alan T.Examines The Life Of General Robert E. Lee And The Previous Writings About Him. Preface -- The Mythic Lee -- Lee And The Peculiar Institution -- Lee Secedes -- General Lee -- The Magnanimous Adversary -- The Price Of Honor -- Lee After The War -- The Lee Tradition And Civil War History -- Appendix A: Lee's Letter Of January 11, 1865, Concerning The Institution Of Slavery -- Appendix B: Lee's Letter Of February 25, 1868, Concerning His Resignation And The Virginia Commission -- Appendix C: An Army Commander's Authority To Surrender -- Notes -- Bibliography Of Works Cited -- Index. Alan T. Nolan. Includes Bibliographical References (p. [211]-219) And Index.
97805173624401978The Iron Will Of Jefferson DavisCass Canfield
97808711359191995Shrouds Of Glory - From Atlanta To Nashville: The Last Great Campaign Of The Civil WarWinston GroomWinston Groom. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 293-298) And Index.
97803851590361987FreedomWilliam Safire
97806717695671993Lincoln At Gettysburg: The Words That Re-made AmericaGarry WillsExamination Of The Gettysburg Address And Lincoln In Their Historical Moment And Cultural Frame Breathing New Life Into The Words And Revealing Much About The President. 1. Oratory Of The Greek Revival -- 2. Gettysburg And The Culture Of Death -- 3. The Transcendental Declaration -- 4. Revolution In Thought -- 5. Revolution In Style -- App. I. What Lincoln Said: The Text -- App. Ii. Where He Said It: The Site -- App. Iii. Four Funeral Orations. A. By Everett. B. By Pericles. C. By Gorgias. D. The Gettysburg Address. 1. Spoken Text . 2. Final Text. Garry Wills. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 267-304) And Indexes.
97803072642512009Vicksburg 1863Winston Groom

in This Thrilling Narrative History Of The Civil War’s Most Strategically Important Campaign, Winston Groom Describes The Bloody Two-year Grind That Started When Ulysses S. Grant Began Taking A Series Of Confederate Strongholds In 1861, Climaxing With The Siege Of Vicksburg Two Years Later. For Grant And The Union It Was A Crucial Success That Captured The Mississippi River, Divided The South In Half, And Set The Stage For Eventual Victory. vicksburg, 1863 Brings The Battles And The Protagonists Of This Struggle To Life: We See Grant In All His Grim Determination, Sherman With His Feistiness And Talent For War, And Confederate Leaders From Jefferson Davis To Joe Johnston To John Pemberton. It Is An Epic Account By A Masterful Writer And Historian.

the Washington Post - Ernest B. Furgurson

groom's Book Is Full Of…authentically Rendered Excitement. Until Now, His Best-known Work Has Been The Novel That Became The Blockbuster Movie forrest Gump. But With vicksburg 1863 He Has Fully Arrived As A Narrative Historian, Who Proves Again That Facts Skillfully Woven Can Be More Moving Than The Products Of The Busiest Imagination. Rarely Has The Story Of Such A Lengthy And Complicated Campaign Been Told With Such Clarity And Grace.

97800601683221992A Battle From The Start: The Life Of Nathan Bedford ForrestBrian Steel Wills
97815661904351992The Living Lincoln: The Man And His Times In His Own WordsPaul M Angle
97815685218551990Two Years On The AlabamaArthur Sinclair
97808317133621997The Civil War ReaderRichard B. Harwell
97814516732962014Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion, And Redemption Of Stonewall JacksonS C Gwynne
97807858157782002The Antietam And Fredericksburg (campaigns Of The Civil War (book Sales))Francis Winthrop Palfrey
97803944651281958The Civil War: A NarrativeFoote, Shelby.Foote's Comprehensive History Of The Civil War Includes Three Compelling Volumes: Fort Sumter To Perryville, Fredericksburg To Meridian, And Red River To Appomattox. Here, For A Certainty, Is One Of The Great Historical Narratives Of Our Century, A Unique And Brilliant Achievement, One That Must Be Firmly Placed In The Ranks Of The Masters. Anyone Who Wants To Relive The Civil War Will Go Through This Volume With Pleasure. Years From Now, Foote's Monumental Narrative Most Likely Will Continue To Be Read And Remembered As A Classic Of Its Kind. 1. Fort Sumter To Perryville.--2. Fredericksburg To Meridian.--[3] Red River To Appomattox. 1st Ed. 1974. Bibliography: V. 3, P. [1063]-1065.
97805171013151994The Lost Cause (the Standard Southern History Of The War Of The Confederates)E. A. Pollard
97808078456911996Two Great Rebel Armies: An Essay In Confederate Military History (civil War America)Richard M. Mcmurry


richard Mcmurry Compares The Two Largest Confederate Armies, Assessing Why Lee's Army Of Northern Virginia Was More Successful Than The Army Of Tennessee. His Bold Conclusion Is That Lee's Army Was A Better Army--not Just One With A Better High Command.

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the Confederacy's Two Major Combat Units Were The Formidable Army Of Northern Virginia And The Lesser-known Army Of Tennessee. Lee's Army Was Justly Famous; The Other Lost Nearly Every Battle It Ever Fought. Mcmurry Studies The Military, Political, Geographical, And Logistical Factors And Decides That The Army Of Northern Virginia Was Simply A Better Fighting Force, Even Without Lee's Tactical Genius. This Conclusion Will Be No Surprise To Civil War Students But His Book Does A Careful Job Of Confirming A Widespread Historical View. Recommended For Academic And Large Public Collections. History Book Club Selection.-- Raymond L. Puffer, U.s. Air Force History Prog., Los Angeles

97806702166111978The Children Of BladensfieldEvelyn WardA Moving Memoir Of The American Civil War. With An Essay By Peter Matthiessen.-amazon. By Evelyn D. Ward ; With An Essay By Peter Matthiessen. A Sand Dune Press Book.
97805330614951985God Blessed Our Arms With Victory : The Religious Life Of Stonewall JacksonWarren J. RichardsWarren J. Richards. Bibliography: P. 95-99.
97804650411901982Lincoln's Quest For UnionCharles B. Strozier
97809309197641989Petersburg Campaign: Abraham Lincoln At City Point March 20-April 9,1865D Pfanz
97803852637261990The Lincoln Family Album: Photographs From The Personal Collection Of A Historic American FamilyMark E. Neely
97815683732011996Civil War Books: A Priced Checklist With AdviceTom Broadfoot
97803944664391972Mary Todd Lincoln: Her Life And LettersJustin G. TurnerBiographical Narrative And Self-portrait Of Mrs. Abraham Lincoln, Drawn From 609 Of Her Letters Covering 42 Years. [by] Justin G. Turner [and] Linda Levitt Turner. With An Introd. By Fawn M. Brodie. Bibliography: P. [745]-750.
97815577853501992Lee And Jackson: Confederate ChieftainsPaul D. Casdorph
97801950538521990The Lees Of Virginia: Seven Generations Of An American FamilyNagel, Paul C.Whether Opposing Nathaniel Bacon And His Rebels In 1676, Or Condemning English Colonial Policy In 1776, Or Turning Back The Union Army At The Seven Days' Battles Of 1862, The Descendants Of Richard And Anne Lee Have Occupied A Preeminent Place In American History. They Were Among The First Families Of Virginia. Two Were Signers Of The Declaration Of Independence And Several Others Distinguished Them- Selves During The Revolutionary War. And One, Robert E. Lee, Remains Widely Admired For His Loft Character And Military Success. In 'the Lees Of Virginia,' Paul Nagel Chronicles Seven Generations Of Lees, From The Family Founder Richard To General Robert E. Lee, Covering Over Two Hundred Years Of American History--front Flyleaf Of Paper Cover (attached To Front Lining Papers Of Book). Prologue : At Mrs. Shippen's -- The Founders : 1640-1670 -- The Scholar : 1664-1715 -- The Partners : 1700-1750 -- The Squire And The Widow : 1750-1795 -- Dear Brother... : 1750-1774 -- Politics In Virginia : 1758-1774 -- Ambition In London : 1768-1774 -- A Test Of Courage : 1775-1779 -- Romance In Philadelphia : 1760-1788 -- The World Seems Crazy : 1780-1797 -- Last Of The Stratford Lees : 1786-1817 -- From Leesville To ... : 1754-1794 -- ...calamity : 1794-1827 -- Refuge In Alexandria : 1794-1858 -- Farewell To Stratford : 1787-1829 -- Hiding In Paris : 1829-1840 -- Longing For Arlington : 1829-1846 -- My Country : 1846-1851 -- The General : 1861-1865 -- Final Valor : 1865-1870 -- Epilogue : At The Chapel. Paul C. Nagel. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 307-317) And Index.
97806880445271989Stonewall Jackson: Portrait Of A SoldierJohn W. Bowers
97806717092111993General James Longstreet: The Confederacy's Most Controversial Soldier : A BiographyJeffry D. Wert
97805172536701978The Seven Days: The Emergence Of Robert E. LeeClifford Dowdey
97805173477201981Gray Fox: Robert E. Lee And The Civil WarBurke Davis
97808386158121976Between North And SouthBayly Ellen Marks and Mark Norton Schatz
97808032215361996Lee The SoldierGary GallagherLee The Soldier Is A Unique One-volume Source Of Writing By And About Lee In Which Readers Can Explore All Facets Of The General's Military Leadership. Combining Unpublished Manuscript Testimony From Lee About His Campaigns, Six New Essays By Leading Historians In The Field, More Than A Dozen Important Essays Published Previously, And An Annotated Bibliography Of Two Hundred Key Titles, This Book Lays Out The Major Debates And Enables Readers To Explore Fully Lee's Contribution To The Confederate War Effort. Memoranda Of Conversations With General Robert E. Lee / William Allan -- Memorandum Of A Conversation With General R.e. Lee / Edwards Clifford Gordon -- Memoranda Of Conversations With General R.e. Lee / William Preston Johnston -- The Campaigns Of Gen. Robert E. Lee / Jubal A. Early -- General Lee / Francis Lawley -- General Lee / Field Marshall Viscount Wolseley -- Lee And The Strategy Of The Civil War / George A. Bruce -- The Sword Of Robert E. Lee / Douglas Southall Freeman -- The Generalship Of Robert E. Lee / Charles P. Roland -- Robert E. Lee And The Western Confederacy: A Criticism Of Lee's Strategic Ability / Thomas L. Connelly -- The Historian And The General: Thomas L. Connelly Versus Robert E. Lee / Albert Castel -- General Lee / Alan T. Nolan -- Another Look At The Generalship Of R.e. Lee / Gary W. Gallagher -- Lee And Jefferson Davis / William C. Davis -- From King Of Spades To First Captain Of The Confederacy: R.e. Lee's First Six Weeks With The Army Of Northern Virginia / Carol Reardon -- Robert E. Lee And The Maryland Campaign / D. Scott Hartwig -- Lee At Chancellorsville / Robert K. Krick -- Lee In Pennsylvania / James Longstreet -- Reply To General Longstreet / Jubal A. Early -- Letter On Causes Of Lee's Defeat At Gettysburg / Edward Porter Alexander -- Why Was Gettysburg Lost? / Douglas Southall Freeman -- R.e. Lee And July 1 At Gettysburg / Alan T. Nolan -- If The Enemy Is There, We Must Attack Him: R.e. Lee And The Second Day At Gettysburg / Gary W. Gallagher -- A Mere Question Of Time: Robert E. Lee Form The Wilderness To Appomattox Court House / Noah Andre Trudeau. Edited By Gary W. Gallagher. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.
97815683732181996Civil War Books: A Critical BibliographyA Critical Bibliography
97808612404941982Civil WarWelsh
97808816223481987The Divided Union: The Story Of The Great American War, 1861-65Batty
97806841565901978Antietam: The Photgraphic Legacy Of America's Bloodiest DayWilliam A. FrassanitoDuring The Battle That Left Twenty-six Thousand Civil War Soldiers Dead Or Wounded, Two Photographers Recorded The Grim Battlefield Scenes, A Study Of War's Carnage That Horrified The American Public. William A. Frassanito. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.
97803850746051972Waiting For The Morning TrainBruce CattonCat. # 99.0005 On First Title Page. Bibliography: P. 258-259.
97808839406481992Decisive Battles Of The Civil WarWilliam Swinton
97808117112891996North With Lee And JacksonJames A. KegelJames A. Kegel. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 443-450) And Index.
97805174477101987Bruce Catton's Civil War (mr. Lincoln's Army/glory Road/a Stillness At Appomattox)Bruce Catton
97803851590361987FreedomWilliam Safire
97805171859711957Jeb Stuart: The Last CavalierBurke Davis
97806708408851992The Portable Abraham Lincoln (cloth)Abraham LincolnEdited And With An Introduction By Andrew Delbanco. Spine Title: Abraham Lincoln. Includes Bibliographical References (p. [331]-332) And Index.
97808386770631971Yankee Quaker, Confederate General;: The Curious Career Of Bushrod Rust JohnsonCharles M CummingsAre There Any Other Biographies Born Loser? Most Life Stories Deal With Figures Who Triumphed, Even In Defeat. This One Is Of A Non-hero, Poor Material From Myth And Legend. Gen. Johnson Is Average, Ambitious, Harassed, Confused, And Ill-stared, And He Does Foolish Things For Which He Suffers. He Enjoys A Few Glorious Moments. Generally He Tries To Do His Best. But He Is Ignored And Passed Over; His Success Is Scant. He Is Akin To Most Of Mankind. Johnson Fails, Ultimately, In Everything He Attempts: In His Military Career In Both The U.s. And The Confederate Army, In His School Operations, And Even In His Marriage. Born In Ohio, Bushrod Johnson Affronted His Quaker Heritage By Entering West Point In 1836, From Which He Graduated With Two Union Immortals Of The Civil War, William T. Sherman And George Thomas. During The Mexican War He Was Forced To Resign As First Lieut., Third Us Infantry Regiment In 1847.^ He Had Written To A Superior About Profits That Could Be Made In The Black-market Of Vera Cruz. Two Modern Successful Schools Trace Their Descent From The Military Academy In Kentucky And Tennessee That Johnson Next Operated, But The Guns At Fort Sumter Closed His Classes In 1861. To Return To The Union Army Would Revise The Old Scandal, So He Joined The Confederacy's Forces At The Same Time That His Own Abolitionist Kinfolk Were Helping The Underground Railroad In Indiana. Johnson's Troops Did Most Of The Fighting At Fort Donelson; He Slipped Away From His Captors After The Surrender To Grant. Then He Was Wounded At Shiloh. His Brigade Spearheaded The Assault On The Union Center At Perryville. First Perceived The Gap In Rosecrans Lines At Chickamauga, He Led The Smashing Attack That Set Off The Disintegration Of The Union Right Wing, Which Was Saved From Complete Route Only By The Stand Of His Classmate George Thomas On Snodgrass Hill. Johnson Was Promoted To Maj. Gen.^ After Stalwart Service At Drewry's Bluff And Commanded The Troops Blown Up By The Federal Mine At Petersburg, Where He Made A Poor Showing Before Lee. At Sayler's Creek Johnson, Pickett, And Richard Heron Anderson Joined The Panicky Flight Of Half Of Lee's Army From Sheridan's Cavalry And The Union Vi Corps. For This, Lee Took Away Their Commands And Ordered Them Out Of His Ranks Just Before He Surrendered At Appomattox. But The Tennesseans He Led In Battle Never Forgot Bushrod Rust Johnson. 50 Years After The War His Veterans Regretted That Justice To This True And Fine Soldier Had Been Very Tardy.--publisher. [by] Charles M. Cummings. Bibliography: P. 385-394.
97803945628581990The Civil War: An Illustrated HistoryGeoffrey C. Ward

The award-winning PBS series spawned this book, which is filled with evocative photographs and essays from some of the nation's leading Civil War historians.

Publishers Weekly

Companion volume to a forthcoming PBS series, this is an extraordinary collection of photos, engravings and paintings, many published for the first time, conveying military and political events of the Civil War, accompanied by a pungent text that avoids sentimentality in depicting "the most horrible, necessary, intimate, acrimonious, mean-spirited, and heroic'' war in our history. Typical illustrations include a photo of a pile of amputated feet, four pages of clinical portraits of maimed soldiers, photos of nurses at work in hospitals and rare studio portraits of slaves among some 500 illustrations which, in combination with the text, present a memorable record of the War Between the States. The book, assembled by Ward, author of A First Class Temperament: The Emergence of Franklin Roosevelt, and historians Ken and Ric Burns, also includes original essays by distinguished historians James M. McPherson and C. Vann Woodward among others, and an edifying interview with historian Shelby Foote. BOMC main selection. (Sept.)

97805173855621990American Heritage Picture History Of The Civil WarBruce Catton
97808802933271989The Civil War: Day By DayJohn S. Bowman
97807624162572007The Civil War CatalogAntony Shaw

an Edition Worthy Of A Collector And A Wonderful Compendium That-with Its Lavish Visual Presentation-will Excite General Readers And Civil War Enthusiasts Alike

97815552119981997The Photographic History Of The Civil War, Volume 2: Decisive Battles; The CalvaryBlue & Grey Press
97808054272882003Faith In God And Generals: An Anthology Of Faith, Hope, And Love In The American Civil WarTed BaehrFaith In God And Generals Was Penned And Collected By My Friends Ted Baehr And Susan Wales. As The Pages Of This Anthology Unfold, You Will Also Become Acquainted More Intimately With Many Of The Characters In The Film. (even In A Three-plus-hour Film, There Is Much More To Be Told About The Historical Characters.) The Authors/editors Have Provided Us With A Closer Look At These Brave Men And Women As A Companion Piece To The Movie. While The Contributors Of This Inspiring Book Have Expanded Brilliantly On Some Of The Characters Appearing In The Film, Others In Faith In God And Generals Are Faces Without Names, And Now They Too Will Come Alive On The Pages Of This Book. Some Of These Gripping Tales Depict The Strength, The Angst, And The Faith Of The Women Left Behind Who Loved These Brave Men. Foreword -- Prefaces -- Acknowledgments -- Parting Sea: Revolutionary Faith In North And South -- God-fearing Armies: Fighting For The Right -- He Descended Into Hell Holding Fast To Hope -- Judge Not That We Be Not Judged Abraham Lincoln -- As Safe In Battle As Bed Stonewall Jackson -- Nothing But A Poor Sinner Robert E. Lee -- Behind Every Good Man: Women In The War -- Brightest And The Best: Pendletons -- Supporting Cast -- Faith, Hope, And Love: Letters Between Stonewall And Mary Jackson. Compiled By Ted Baehr And Susan Wales ; Foreword By Ron Maxwell. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 182-184).
97803169223641996The West: An Illustrated HistoryGeoffrey C. WardNarrative By Geoffrey C. Ward ; Based On A Documentary Film Script By Geoffrey C. Ward And Dayton Duncan ; With Contributions By Dayton Duncan ... [et Al.].
97805172251961988Mathew Brady's Illustrated History Of The Civil WarBenson J. Lossing
97808317308331990Eyewitness To The Civil War : The War In The EastJohn Cannan
97818786857971993Gettysburg: The Paintings Of Mort KunstlerJames M. Mcpherson
97808317308401990War In The West (eyewitness History Of The Civil War)John Cannan
97808117034131995Don Troiani's Civil WarBrian C. Pohanka

Renowned artist-historian Don Troiani's careful research, painstaking attention to detail, and dramatic style are beautifully presented in this illustrated history of the Civil War.

97805170735681992Images Of The Civil War. The Paintings Of Mort KunstlerJames M. McphersonThis Book Seeks To Tell The Story Of The War, Its Causes, And Its Significance, In A Narrative Format That Conveys The Political And Social As Well As The Military Dimensions Of The Conflict. And The War Came -- The Rebels Are Despondent -- A Worse Place Than Hell -- Unvexed To The Sea -- The Deep Waters Are Closing Over Us. Text Of James M. Mcpherson ; Paintings Of Mort Künstler.
97808317394161985Great Battles Of The ConfederacySwafford Johnson
97808317485621986Illustrated History Of The American Civil WarRichard Humble
97805170062141982A Pictorial History Of The ConfederacyLamont Buchanan
97808317401391987Great Generals Of The Civil WarF. Norton Boothe
97808610139511989Fighting Men Of The Civil War: Rebels & YankeesWilliam C. Davis
97807432236072001Images From The Storm: 300 Civil War Images By The Author Of Eye Of The StormSneden, Robert Knox , 1832-1918A Retrospective Study Of The Work Of Robert Knox Sneden Continues With This Publication Of Hundreds More Images From The Union Cartographer's Collection Of Civil War Sketches, Engravings, And Maps. Part 1 Learning To Soldier 1 -- Part 2 On To Richmond! 27 -- Part 3 Good Life 133 -- Part 4 Captured 167 -- Part 5 After The War 241. Written And Illustrated By Robert Knox Sneden ; Edited By Charles F. Bryan, Jr., James C. Kelly, And Nelson D. Lankford. Includes Index. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.
97803945525761987General A.p. Hill: The Story Of A Confederate WarriorJames I. Robertson Jr.A.p. Hill, Whose Name Was On The Lips Of Both Lee And Jackson As They Lay Dying, But Whose Highly Important Military Career Has Been Neglected By Biographers, Has Been Brought Brilliantly To Life In This Book. With Much New Material, Dr. Robertson Has Created An Unforgettable Portrait Of One Of The Great Confederate Generals. Stormy Road To Manhood -- Love Affairs And War Clouds -- The General Emerges -- Williamsburg And A New Hero -- The Light Division's First Attack -- Forging A Reputation On The Peninsula -- Hill's Victory At Cedar Mountain -- Fighting Pope--and Jackson -- Antietam Creek: A.p. Hill Came Up -- Near-disaster At Fredericksburg -- This Slumbering Volcano -- Crossroads At Chancellorsville -- Gettysburg: The First Day -- Bystander To Defeat -- Ebb Tide At Bristoe Station -- Pleasant Family Diversions -- Wilderness And Sickness -- North Anna To Petersburg -- The Besieged Strike Back -- He Is Now At Rest. By James I. Robertson, Jr. Bibliography: P. 359-372.
97808071145511989John Brown Gordon: Soldier, Southerner, American (southern Biography Series)Ralph Lowell EckertRalph Lowell Eckert. Includes Index. Bibliography: P. 345-354.
97808071082221964Generals In Blue: Lives Of The Union CommandersEzra J. Warner Jr.

more Than Forty Years After Its Original Publication, Ezra J. Warner's Generals In Blue Is Now Available In Paperback For The First Time. Warner's Classic Reference Work Includes Intriguing Biographical Sketches And A Rare Collection Of Photographs Of All 583 Men Who Attained The Rank Of General In The Union Army. Here Are The West Point Graduates And The Political Appointees; The Gifted, The Mediocre, And The Inexcusably Bad; Those Of Impeccable Virtue And Those Who Abused Their Position; The Northern-born, The Foreign-born, And The Southerners Who Remained Loyal To The Union. Warner's Valuable Introduction Discusses The Criteria For Appointment And Compares The Civilian Careers Of Both Union And Confederate Generals, Revealing Striking Differences In The Two Groups. Generals In Blue Is That Rare Book An Essential Volume For Scholars, A Prized Item For Buffs, And A Biographical Dictionary That The Casual Reader Will Find Absorbing.

about The Author:
ezra J. Warner (1910 1974) Was Also The Author Of Generals In Gray. A Native Of Lake Forest, Illinois, He Lived In La Jolla, California, And Was Well Known For His Work In Civil War Biography. His Great-uncle Was General James Meech Warner Of The Union Army.

97808032687531991Three Months In The Southern States: April-june, 1863Fremantle, Arthur James Lyon , 1835-1901By Arthur James Lyon Fremantle ; Introduction By Gary W. Gallagher. A Bison Book. Originally Published: New York : J. Bradburn, 1864. With New Introd. And Index. Includes Bibliographical References (p. Xxiii-xxix) And Index.
97808071180921992From Shiloh To San Juan: The Life Of Fightin' Joe Wheeler (southern Biography)John P. Dyer
97808071196791995More Generals In GrayAllardice, Bruce S.Presents A Biographical Sketch, Photograph, And Short Bibliography Of 137 Confederate Generals Who Attained Their Rank Through A Route Other Than Presidential Appointment And Have Therefore Been Largely Overlooked In Historical Accounts Of The Civil War. This Book Brings To Light A Class Of Officers Never Before Covered In Any Other Book: The Confederacy's Other Generals. They Are The Men Who Attained Their Rank Outside The Usual Avenue Of Appointment By President Jefferson Davis -- And Who Have Been Virtually Lost To History As A Consequence... [the Titles Of 137 Confederate Generals Are Redeemed From Obscurity], Men Whose Appointments Went The Nonpresidential Route But Whom, The Evidence Shows, Contemporaries Considered To Be Generals. For Each Of The 137... A Substantial Biographical Sketch And A Short Bibliography Is Included. In About Half The Cases, [the Author] Has Traced The Officer's Descendants And Obtained A Wealth Of New Information And Never-before-seen-photographs. Bruce S. Allardice. Includes Bibliographical References (p. [259]-301).
97803953154601982WatchfiresAuchincloss, Louis (author.)Dexter Fairchild, A Lawyer, And His Wife, Members Of New York Elite, Struggle Through Their Marriage And Other Moral Concerns During The Civil War. Louis Auchincloss.
97808839404951997A Civil War Treasury Of Tales, Legends & FolkloreB.a. Botkin
97803945248561991The Destructive War: William Tecumseh Sherman, Stonewall Jackson, & The AmericansCharles Royster
97808173006851981From That Terrible Field: Civil War Letters Of James M. Williams, Twenty-First Alabama Infantry VolunteersWilliams, James M. , 1837-1903Edited By John Kent Folmar. Includes Index. Bibliography: P. [180]-181.
97806848039201995Look AwayHarold Coyle
97807432250692005The Sword Of Lincoln: The Army Of The PotomacWert, Jeffry D.An Authoritative History Of The Army Of The Potomac's Contributions To The Civil War Draws On Previously Unpublished Sources To Document Such Events As Their Defeat At Bull Run, Their Victory At Gettysburg, And The Leadership Changes That Directly Influenced Their Effectiveness. By The Author Of Gettysburg: Day Three. The Sword Of Lincoln Is The First Authoritative Single-volume History Of The Army Of The Potomac In Many Years. From Bull Run To Gettysburg To Appomattox, The Army Of The Potomac Repeatedly Fought -- And Eventually Defeated --^ Robert E. Lee And His Army Of Northern Virginia. Jeffry D. Wert, One Of Our Finest Civil War Historians, Brings To Life The Battles, The Generals, And The Common Soldiers Who Fought For The Union And Ultimately Prevailed. The Obligation Throughout The Civil War To Defend The Capital, Washington, D.c., Infused A Defensive Mentality In The Soldiers Of The Army Of The Potomac. They Began Ignominiously With Defeat At Bull Run. Suffering Under A Succession Of Flawed Commanders -- Mcclellan, Burnside, And Hooker --^ They Endured A String Of Losses Until At Last They Won A Decisive Battle At Gettysburg Under A Brand-new Commander, General George Meade. Within A Year, The Army Of The Potomac Would Come Under The Overall Leadership Of The Union's New General-in-chief, Ulysses S. Grant. Under Grant, The Army Marched Through The Virginia Countryside, Stalking Lee And Finally Trapping Him And The Remnants Of His Army At Appomattox. Wert Takes Us Into The Heart Of The Action With The Ordinary Soldiers Of The Irish Brigade, The Iron Brigade, The Excelsior Brigade, And Other Units, Contrasting Their Experiences With Those Of Their Confederate Adversaries. He Draws On Letters And Diaries, Some Of Them Previously Unpublished, To Show Us What Army Life Was Like. Throughout His History, Wert Shows How Lincoln Carefully Oversaw The Operations Of The Army Of The Potomac, Learning As The War Progressed, Until He Found In Grant The Commander He'd Long Sought.^ With A Swiftly Moving Narrative Style And Perceptive Analysis, The Sword Of Lincoln Is Destined To Become The Modern Account Of The Army That Was So Central To The History Of The Civil War. Things Look Very Mutch Like War -- Bloody Sabbath At Bull Run -- An Army Born -- To The Peninsula -- Along The Chickahominy -- If We Were Defeated, The Army And The Country Would Be Lost -- Mcclellan Has The Army With Him -- Behold, A Pale Horse -- The Army's Saddest Hour -- Winter Of Transition -- God Almighty Could Not Prevent Me From Winning A Victory -- Big Fight Some Wears Ahead -- An Army Of Lions -- Virginia Interlude -- This War Is Horrid -- A Sit Down Before The Wall Of Petersburg -- I Never Seen A Crazier Set Of Fellows. Jeffry D. Wert. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 497-534) And Index.
97809382891281992Civil War TreasuryAlbert A. Nofi
97806841042941959The War For The Union, Vol. 4: The Organized War To Victory, 1864-1865Allan Nevins
97806841042701960The War For The Union - [--v. 2. War Becomes Revolution, 1862-1863]Allan Nevins
97806841041641950Emergence Of Lincoln: Prologue To Civil War, 1859-1861: 004Allan Nevins
97808919086611911The Lincoln ReaderAngle
97818919590421997Behind Enemy Lines: The Memoirs And Writings Of Brigadier General Sidney Drake JackmanJackman
97806716736041990Mosby's RangersJeffry D. WertIn 1863, John Singleton Mosby And His Band Of Irregulars, Recruited In Union-occupied Northern Virginia, Began Raiding Yankee Outposts, Wagon Trains, Troop Detachments, Headquarters And Railroad Lines. Their Most Celebrated Exploit: Capturing A Union General Behind Enemy Lines Without Firing A Shot. After Each Sortie, The Confederate Guerrillas Would Hide In Safe Houses Provided By The Citizens Of Two Northern Virginia Counties. Mosby Was Captured Once (and Exchanged) And Wounded Several Times, But Continued To Plan And Personally Lead Guerrilla Raids Throughout The Final Two Years Of The War. Wert ( From Winchester To Cedar Creek ) Has Written The First Comprehensive Study Of Mosby's Rangers And Offers New Material About Its Organization, Membership And Tactics, Plus Biographical Information About Mosby Himself. He Reveals That The Partisan Band Rarely Exceeded 200, That A Large Percentage Of Them Were Teenagers, That The Civilians Who Sheltered Them Paid A High Price In Yankee Retribution The Man And The Mission -- A Wily Foe -- From Miskel's To Grapewood -- Mosby's Rangers -- Wagon Hunting -- Autumn 1863 -- Life In Mosby's Confederacy -- Blood On The Snow -- The Cost Of War -- Springtime Of Change -- Into The Valley -- Bloody September -- War On Railroads -- Reprisal -- Days Of Flames, Days Of Darkness -- Toward Salem. Jeffry D. Wert. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 357-369) And Index.
97803944651281958The Civil War: A NarrativeFoote, Shelby.Foote's Comprehensive History Of The Civil War Includes Three Compelling Volumes: Fort Sumter To Perryville, Fredericksburg To Meridian, And Red River To Appomattox. Here, For A Certainty, Is One Of The Great Historical Narratives Of Our Century, A Unique And Brilliant Achievement, One That Must Be Firmly Placed In The Ranks Of The Masters. Anyone Who Wants To Relive The Civil War Will Go Through This Volume With Pleasure. Years From Now, Foote's Monumental Narrative Most Likely Will Continue To Be Read And Remembered As A Classic Of Its Kind. 1. Fort Sumter To Perryville.--2. Fredericksburg To Meridian.--[3] Red River To Appomattox. 1st Ed. 1974. Bibliography: V. 3, P. [1063]-1065.
97806841042631959The War For The Union, Vol. 1: The Improvised War, 1861-1862Allan Nevins
97803944209981967The Confessions Of Nat TurnerWilliam Styron
97808900984931987Campaigning With GrantPorter
97811762148731900Beacon Lights Of HistoryLord
97803850981371972The Coming Fury (centennial History Of The Civil War)Bruce Catton
9781125466261TURNING POINTS OF THE CIVIL WARRawley
9781112436604Life Of Billy YankWiley
97811313156901930Blue And The GrayCommager
97803167336251969Civil War And ReconstructionJames Garfield Randall
97811351875901950Here I Have Lived A History Of LincolnsAngle
97814067682441950Rustics In Rebellion - A Yankee Reporter On The Road To Richmond 1861-65George Alfred Townsend
9781111007225Grant Takes CommandCatton
97806718244571978Coming FuryBruce Catton
97811990476941961Never Call RetreatCatton
97811990477311961Terrible Swift SwordCatton
97814067616342007Dan SicklesPinchon
97812991066661937The Civil War And ReconstructionJ. G Randall
97801510257011939Abraham Lincoln Prairie Years And The War YearsCarl Sandburg
97803850261471962Terrible Swift SwordBruce Catton
97811252834931917Those Times And TheseCobb
9781111848514Confessions Of Nat TurnerStyron
9781199305626Battle At Bull RunDavis
97811254010191955A Southern ReaderThorp
97811172355471957First Blood (the Story Of Fort Sumter)W.a. Swanberg
n/a1892Life Of LincolnCharles Coffin
n/a1932Mary Lincoln Wife And WidowCarl Sandburg
97800602419571964Abraham Lincoln In Peace And WarEarl Schenck Miers
n/a1955Lincoln His Words And His WorldDisabled American Veterans
97811216323011970Abraham Lincoln The Prairie Years And The War YearsSandburg
97808392111741957This Was AndersonvilleJohn Mcelroy
97811991645371942Literary Works Of Abraham LincolnCarl Van Doren
n/a1946Lincoln's War CabinetBurton Jesse Hendrick
97800302889511959To Appomattox; Nine April Days, 1865.Burke Davis
97800302889511959To Appomattox; Nine April Days, 1865.Burke Davis
n/a1919Abraham Lincoln, A PlayJohn Drinkwater
n/a1943The Original Wit & Wisdom Of Abraham Lincoln: As Reflected In His Letters And SpeechesAbraham LincolnThis Is H. Jack Lang's Original Selection Of Abraham Lincoln's Most Interesting Speeches And Letters, From His First Public Position As Postmaster In Illinois To The Highest Political Office In The Land. We Read His Witty Testimonials, Sharp Commentaries, Clever Social Correspondence, Astute Handling Of Angry Generals And Cabinet Officers, And Above All, His Wisdom In Motivating Political Supporters And Defusing Challengers -- All Of Which Show A Sagacity In Politics, An Eloquence Of Simple Rhetoric, And An Invariable Gentlemanliness Rarely Seen In Public Life Today. Lincoln Was The First Of The Great Communicator Presidents. His Words Are As Much Alive Today As When He Uttered Them Years Ago. Originally Published: New York : Greenberg Publishers, C1941.
n/a1887The Volunteer Soldier Of America (Illustrated)John Alexander Logan
97806713238511971The Draft Riots, July 1863Werstein, Irving.1957 Ed. Published Under Title: July, 1863. Bibliography: P. 250-252.
97806854173791984Crucial Moments Of The Civil WarWillard Webb
97808827921011982Washington And Lee Study In Will To WinHolmes Alexander
97803991113031974Our Southern LandsmanGolden, Harry , 1902-1981Harry Golden. Includes Index. Bibliography: P. 240.
97805486423751900Anecdotal Lincoln: Speeches, Stories And Yarns Of The Immortal Abe; Including Stories Of Lincoln's Early Life, Stories Of Lincoln As A Lawyer (1900)Selby, Paul
97811257468131952Co. Aytch A Side Show Of The Big ShowSam R. Watkins
97811990137121960Grant Moves SouthBruce Catton
97803160883361975From The Alec Thomas Archives: Gone For A Soldier- The Civil War Memoirs Of Private Alfred BellardDavid Herbert Donald
97802310288131969Braxton Bragg And Confederate Defeat: Vol 1: Field CommandGrady Mcwhiney
97804511132451957AndersonvilleMackinlay Kantor
97808071047501943The Life Of Johnny Reb: The Common Soldier Of The ConfederacyBell Irvin Wiley
97811990477001953A Stillness At AppomattoxCatton
97801510257011939Abraham Lincoln Prairie Years And The War YearsCarl Sandburg
97805172234441960Lee's Last Campaign: The Story Of Lee And His Men Against Grant-1864Clifford Dowdey
9781121410398Post Reader Of Civil War StoriesCarroll
97803959297421981Lee: The Last YearsCharles Bracelen FloodAfter his surrender at Appomattox, Robert E. Lee lived only another five years--the forgotten chapter of an extraordinary life. These were his finest hours, when he did more than any other American to heal the wounds between the North and South. Flood draws on new research to create an intensely human and a "wonderful, tragic, powerful...story for which we have been waiting over a century" --Theodore H. White.

"wonderful, tragic, and powerful . . . story for which we have been waiting over a century." -- Theodore H. White

97803851214841976Stonewall In The Valley: Thomas J. Stonewall Jackson's Shenandoah Valley Campaign, Spring 1862Robert G TannerThe Shenandoah -- A New War -- The Manner Of Men -- The Romney Winter -- March 1862 -- Kernstown -- Retreat, Reorganization, And A Question -- Into The Mountains -- Dick Ewell's Dilemma -- Down The Valley -- Three Days Of Running Battle -- Three Days Of Running Battle: The Aftermath -- Up The Valley -- Trap And Countertrap -- What Next? -- Epilogue -- Appendix A: Jackson's Plans And Marches, May 24, 1862 -- Appendix B: Three Days Of Running Battle: The Union Response -- Appendix C: Jackson's State Of Mind At The Close Of The Campaign -- Appendix D: Valley Army Tables Of Organization, January To June 1862. Robert G. Tanner. Includes Index. Bibliography: P. [410]-421.
97803165589521963The South And The Southerner.Ralph Emerson, Mcgill
97812991133741952Midstream Lincoln The PresidentRandall
97811628081541947The Lincoln ReaderPaul M. Angle

the Lincoln Reader Is A Biography Of Abraham Lincoln Written By Sixty-five Authors. Paul Angle, The Noted Lincoln Scholar, Selected Passages From The Works On Contemporaries, Later Biographers, And E

97811628081541947The Lincoln ReaderPaul M. Angle

the Lincoln Reader Is A Biography Of Abraham Lincoln Written By Sixty-five Authors. Paul Angle, The Noted Lincoln Scholar, Selected Passages From The Works On Contemporaries, Later Biographers, And E

97811640749221913Highways And Byways Of The South (1904)Johnson, Clifton
97808737792101998The Real LincolnCharles L. C. Minor
97806725073421968Lee & Longstreet At GettysburgGlenn Tucker
97803167335951953Mary Lincoln; Biography Of A Marriage.Ruth Randall
97811172355471957First Blood (the Story Of Fort Sumter)W.a. Swanberg
97805170388571989Gone Are The DaysHarnett T. Kane
97803850090721960The American Heritage Picture History Of The Civil WarBruce Catton
97808729408881976Abraham Lincoln, His Words And His WorldRobert Polley
97811255851461974Almanac Of LibertySchemmer
97808952676031971The Southern Tradition At Bay: A History Of Postbellum ThoughtRichard M. WeaverI. The Heritage -- The Feudal System -- The Code Of Chivalry -- The Education Of The Gentleman -- The Older Religiousness -- Ii. Writing The Apologia -- The Case At Law -- The Attack Upon Secular Democracy -- The Particularism Of Peoples -- The Theory Of Race -- Iii. The Testimony Of The Soldier -- Why He Fought -- The Saga Of Confederate Valor -- The Christian Warrior -- The Character Of The Enemy -- Iv. Diaries Ad Reminiscences Of The Second American Revolution -- The Northern Aggressor -- Southern Leadership -- The Class System -- The Courage Of The Invader -- The Negroes In Transition -- The Tragedy Of Defeat -- V. Fiction Across The Chasm -- Advocates Of The Old Regime -- The Beginnings Of Critical Realism -- Humorous Satire -- Realism -- Vi. The Tradition And Its Critics -- The Last Confederate Offensive -- The South In The Perspective Of History -- The First Liberals -- The South In The Nation -- Epilogue. Richard M. Weaver ; Edited By George Gore And M.e. Bradford. Originally Published: New Rochelle, N.y. : Arlington House, C1968. Includes Index. Bibliography: P. [381]-393.
97803945633431987North And South (north And South Trilogy)John Jakes
97807091025191947Yankee StrangerElswyth Thane
97811271047721948John Brown's Body.Stephen Vincent Benet
97806700057031974American Roulette (a Viking Compass Book)Donald Young
97811254343071963The Richmond RaidJohn Brick
97811627212791930Great Captain, Three Lincoln Novels: Forever Free, With Malice Toward None And The Last Full MeasureHonore Willsie Morrow
97808173013091948With A Southern AccentViola Goode Liddell
97814191547441943The Strange WomanSidney Mccall
97808446402351941Myths After LincolnLloyd Lewis
97811993064181928Meet General GrantWoodward
97800601465591964Embattled ConfederatesBell Irvin; Illustrative Editor Hirst D. Milhollen Wiley
97808780537661988General Stephen D. LeeHerman Hattaway
97811220754661933Day Lincoln Was ShotJim Bishop
97801525626011963Muddy Road To GloryStephen W. Meader
97805171188491962Four Years With General LeeWalter H. Taylor
97803749580151956Lincoln, As They Saw Him: His Life And Times From The Original Newspaper Documents Of The Union, The Confederacy, And EuropeHerbert Mitgang
97811721997471900Robert E. Lee, Man And SoldierPage
97812582936661961Billy Yank And Johnny Reb: How They Fought And Made UpEarl Schenck Miers
97818794740171991The Mccook-stoneman RaidMathews, Byron H. Jr.
97808902906371958Cleburne And His CommandCapt. Irving A. Buck, CSA
9781299227460A Pictorial History Of The Civil War Years,Angle
97808167151761988Battle Of Gettysburg (american Heritage Junior Library)Bruce Catton
97811112682681941Abraham Lincoln - Sangamon Edition Vol. 2Carl Sandburg
97811112682681941Abraham Lincoln - Sangamon Edition Vol. 4Carl Sandburg
97811112682681941Abraham Lincoln - Sangamon Edition Vol. 5Carl Sandburg
97806841054131980Abe Lincoln In IllinoisRobert E. Sherwood
97808906209911976Diary Of A Dead Man, 1862-1864J. P. Ray
97809111167621967Sons Of The SouthRand, Clayton
97805170811741988They Who Fought HereBell Irvin Wiley
97803850424991953Lady Of Arlington : A Novel Based On The Life Of Mrs. Robert E. LeeHarnett T. Kane
9781125201169Lincoln And His Generals.Williams
97815655402481994The South Was Right!ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJames Ronald Kennedy

An authoritative and documented study of the mythology behind Civil War history, clearly exhibiting how the South was an independent country invaded, captured, and still occupied by a vicious aggressor.

97814556212172015Uncle Seth Fought The YankeesON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJames Kennedy
97815655469742000The Southern Nation: The New Rise Of The Old SouthON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONR. Gordon Thornton

"At last, someone has come up with a plan! The ruling elite of both political parties will not like it, but Southerners must heed Thornton's words before the window of opportunity closes. "

—Michael Andrew Grissom, author, Southern by the Grace of God

"May intrigue both Lost Cause proponents and those with a scholarly interest in southern nationalism. "

—Civil War Book Review

The American South as a captive nation? Yes, just like Poland and the other former Soviet satellites. The South with a "right" to nationhood, separate from the rest of the United States? Yes, with just as much right to break away and determine its own destiny as the thirteen original colonies had to exist separately from England. The faint of heart will object to this idea. Today's politically correct, indoctrinated citizen will say that the War Between the States settled all of this more than one hundred years ago, but is the Southern Nation "really" dead?

No! Blending both historical and contemporary social observations with stubborn activism, "The Southern Nation: The New Rise of the Old South" is the definitive primer on Southern nationalism—the political drive to preserve the social, religious, political, and cultural traditions of the Southern people. Southern nationhood is practical, as well as possible! This important new book explores how to reclaim the Southern birthright by developing Southern nationalism in the community and the four principles that Southerners must realize and embrace before they can fulfill their destiny as an independent people.

Rob Thornton grew up on a farm in Hermitage, Arkansas—land tilled by his family since 1850. Thegreat-grandson of a Confederate soldier, Thornton was one of the founders of the Col. Van Manning Camp #1654, Sons of Confederate Veterans, and he remains passionate about all things Southern.

97819476601682018Yankee Empire: Aggressive Abroad And Despotic At HomeON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJames Ronald Kennedy
97800609145301989ReconstructionON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONFonerChronicles How Americans Responded To The Changes Unleashed By The Civil War And The End Of Slavery. The World The War Made -- Rehearsals For Reconstruction -- The Meaning Of Freedom -- Ambiguities Of Free Labor -- The Failure Of Presidential Reconstruction -- The Making Of Radical Reconstruction -- Blueprints For A Republican South -- Reconstruction: Political And Economic -- The Challenge Of Enforcement -- The Reconstruction Of The North -- The Politics Of Depression -- Redemption And After. Eric Foner. Includes Index. Bibliography: P. 615-641.
97815724936432005Scandals Of The Civil WarON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONDouglas Gibboney

Scandals of the Civil War provides a rollicking, behind-the-scenes glimpse of the bad behavior, off-duty antics and sexual shenanigans of soldiers North and south. Here are intriguing stories of the deadly duels, heavy-duty drinking, assorted adulteries, and outrageous escapades that fueled the wartime gossips.

These titillating tales put a human face on the men and women of the 1860s. It's an enjoyable volume that will amuse and entertain both the history buff and general reader alike.

97809979393782017Dixie RisingON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJames Ronald Kennedy
97815905213732003Mrs. Robert E. Lee: The Lady Of ArlingtonON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJohn Perry
97808071268822001Refugee Life In The ConfederacyON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONMassey, Mary Elizabeth.Introduction To The Paperback Edition / George C. Rable -- I. Brought To Their Own Doorsteps -- Ii. To Be Or Not Be A Refugee -- Iii. Half The World Is Refugeeing -- Iv. Clashing Carriage Wheels And Conflicting Interests -- V. The Fascination Of Brick And Mortar -- Vi. Cabined, Cribbed, Confined -- Vii. How Many Sad Hours We Have -- Viii. Extremes Of Generosity And Meanness -- Ix. The Time ... Have Duties For All -- X. The Most Enjoyable Life -- Xi. The Rights A General May Exercise -- Xii. My Property And Yours -- Xiii. The Greatest Sufferers -- Xiv. Such A Scene Should Be Painted. Mary Elizabeth Massey ; With A New Introduction By George C. Rable. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 306-319) And Index.
97815821845002003Andersonville Diary - Escape - With List Of The DeadON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJohn L. Ransom
97815724914271999Southerners At War: The 38th Alabama Infantry VolunteersON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONArthur E. GreenBy Arthur E. Green. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.
97806797583341999Confederates In The Attic: Dispatches From The Unfinished Civil WarON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONTony Horwitz

National Bestseller 

When prize-winning war correspondent Tony Horwitz leaves the battlefields of Bosnia and the Middle East for a peaceful corner of the Blue Ridge Mountains, he thinks he's put war zones behind him. But awakened one morning by the crackle of musket fire, Horwitz starts filing front-line dispatches again this time from a war close to home, and to his own heart.

Propelled by his boyhood passion for the Civil War, Horwitz embarks on a search for places and people still held in thrall by America's greatest conflict. The result is an adventure into the soul of the unvanquished South, where the ghosts of the Lost Cause are resurrected through ritual and remembrance.

In Virginia, Horwitz joins a band of 'hardcore' reenactors who crash-diet to achieve the hollow-eyed look of starved Confederates; in Kentucky, he witnesses Klan rallies and calls for race war sparked by the killing of a white man who brandishes a rebel flag; at Andersonville, he finds that the prison's commander, executed as a war criminal, is now exalted as a martyr and hero; and in the book's climax, Horwitz takes a marathon trek from Antietam to Gettysburg to Appomattox in the company of Robert Lee Hodge, an eccentric pilgrim who dubs their odyssey the 'Civil Wargasm.'

Written with Horwitz's signature blend of humor, history, and hard-nosed journalism, Confederates in the Attic brings alive old battlefields and new ones 'classrooms, courts, country bars' where the past and the present collide, often in explosive ways. Poignant and picaresque, haunting and hilarious, it speaks to anyone who has ever felt drawn to the mythic South and to the dark romance of the Civil War.

USA Today

In this sparkling book, Tony Horwitz freshens our culture of remembrance with humor and a sharpshooter's eye, exploding myths with the irreverence of a small boy hurling snowballs at a beaver hat.

97806796402262001The Secret Service Of The Confederate States In Europe: Or, How The Confederate Cruisers Were Equipped (modern Library War)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJames D. Bulloch

At the outbreak of the Civil War, Jefferson Davis sent merchant marine James D. Bulloch to Europe to clandestinely acquire arms and ships for the Confederate navy. His first stop was Britain, a country hedging its bets on who would win the War Between the States and willing to secretly provide the Confederacy with the naval technology to fight the Union on the high seas. Bulloch's mission continued for the length of the war, and his story, told by the man himself, is one of the least-understood aspects of the Civil War, even today.

Publishers Weekly

The reissue of this classic Civil War memoir (first published in 1884) is welcome for its own sake, and for the light it sheds on a still-unfamiliar aspect of the conflict. Northern prosperity was widely regarded as heavily dependent on its merchant marine. The development of steam power gave Southern "commerce raiders" both strategic and tactical opportunities unknown in earlier eras; raiders could strike as they pleased, wreak havoc among sail-powered merchantmen and disappear before the Yankees could hope to react. A few ships, properly equipped, could have an impact far out of proportion to their numbers. Lacking the infrastructure to build them, the Confederacy turned to Europe. That brought James Bulloch to center stage. A man of wide experience in maritime affairs and a committed Southern patriot, he was given a free hand in 1861 to purchase and equip ships for the Confederate navy in Europe. Much of his effort involved working in shadows, cast in particular by a British government committed in public to neutrality, but harboring sympathy for the South. Representing a government with little in the way of credibility, Bulloch performed a solo high-wire act that still stands as a masterpiece of improvisational diplomacy. His virtuosity brought limited results. Negotiations evaporated. Deliveries were delayed. Only three of Bulloch's 19 ships had really successful careers. The rest achieved little 10 were never even delivered. Yet by March 1864, Union shipping had been virtually driven from the world's oceans. The rebel cruisers had done so much damage that a postwar international court ordered Britain to pay $15.5 million as compensation for its role in the Confederacy's commercial war. As an economy-of-force operation, it remains without parallel. And it comes to life again in Bulloch's dramatic narrative. (June) Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.

97808032819741993Detailed Minutiae Of Soldier Life In The Army Of Northern Virginia, 1861-1865ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONCarlton MccarthyReports On A Soldier's Life In The Army Of The Confederacy, By Carlton Mccarthy, Later Mayor Of Richmond. By Carlton Mccarthy ; With Illustrations By Wm. L. Sheppard ; Introduction To The Bison Book Edition By Brian S Wills. Originally Published: Richmond : C. Mccarthy, 1882.
97814351206622010The Rise Of The Confederate Government (the Barnes And Noble Library Of Essential Reading)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJefferson Davis (with An Introduction By

in This Account Of The Life And Death Of An Idea And Social System, Jefferson Davis Addresses The Underlying Principles Of The Confederate Experiment And The Resultant Calamity Of The Civil War. He Discusses The Background Issues Of The Conflict—the Political Ideas And Events Leading To The Secession Of The Eleven Southern States. He Defends The South’s Right To Secede, Calling The Act “constitutional” And The Actions Of The Federal Government “unconstitutional.” Davis Further Claims The War Had Nothing To Do With America’s “tame” Version Of Slavery. Though Historians Have Discredited Most Of Davis’ Arguments, His Book Has Become Key To Understanding The Enduring Notion Of “the Lost Cause,” The View That A Noble Southern Way Of Life Was Sacrificed, That The South Was Overmatched By A Wealthier And More Powerful—but Not Morally Superior—north.

97808094428361906Confederate Operations In Canada And New York (collector's Library Of The Civil War)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJohn W HeadleyThere Is Little Consolation In Relating The Particulars Of The Hostile Operations Along The Northern Borders Of The United States, By Confederate Solders From Canada, Who Were Assigned To This Service By The Authorities Of The Confederate States In 1864. And Yet The Authentic Narrative Of This Desperate Warfare Which Recalls And Includes The Cruel Phases Of The Deplorable Conflict May Be Due To The Survivors And The Dead Of The North And The South Who Were Military Foes, And May Serve As A Lesson And A Guide To The Present And Future Generations Of Our Reunited Country In Determining The Price Of Peace And The Pretexts For War.--introduction. By John W. Headley. Reprint. Originally Published: New York : Neale Pub. Co., 1906.
97814351159582009The United States Constitution And Other American DocumentsON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTION

America won its freedoms through revolution, but that was not enough to ensure them for posterity. Our founding fathers recognized the importance of articulating those freedoms in words that could be put in print to guide the policies of the fledgling nation and speak to generations of Americans to come. The United States Constitution and Other American Documents collects five essential documents that form the foundation of our democracy and express the spirit of America. This volume includes the full text of the Constitution and its Amendments as well the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation. Included as well is the full text of Common Sense, Thomas Paine’s incendiary pamphlet that advocated independence as the only remedy to hostilities between the American colonies and the British monarchy. The five immortal documents gathered in this beautifully designed volume are timeless embodiments of America’s democratic ideals.


97809143340881983Confederate And Union Buttons Of The Gulf Coast 1861 1865 (museum Publication)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONDan Jenkins
97803757254252001Jefferson Davis, AmericanON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJr. William J. Cooper

From a distinguished historian of the America South comes this thoroughly human portrait of the complex man at the center of our nation's most epic struggle.

Jefferson Davis initially did not wish to leave the Union-as the son of a veteran of the American Revolution and as a soldier and senator, he considered himself a patriot. William J. Cooper shows us how Davis' initial reluctance turned into absolute commitment to the Confederacy. He provides a thorough account of Davis' life, both as the Confederate President and in the years before and after the war. Elegantly written and impeccably researched, Jefferson Davis, American is the definitive examination of one of the most enigmatic figures in our nation's history.

Publishers Weekly

Much has been written about Jefferson Davis, claims Cooper (The American South, etc.), professor of history at Louisiana State University, and most of it is negative. Instead of viewing Davis strictly through a modern lens, Cooper has set out to understand Davis as "a man of his time who had a significant impact on his time, and thus on history" and to "not condemn him for not being a man of my time." Davis was born in Kentucky in 1808 and attended Transylvania University in Lexington. In 1824, he left the South for West Point, graduated in 1828 with a commission as Brevet Second Lieutenant and went on to a noteworthy career as a hero of the Mexican War and an able statesman. Davis served as secretary of war under President Pierce and then as a U.S. senator from Mississippi. Indeed, Cooper notes, many thought Davis would be president one day. Always believing himself a firm supporter of the Constitution and a true patriot, Davis trusted in the sovereign rights of states ("he looked to Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and John C. Calhoun as the great explicators of states' rights and strict construction, of the proper understanding of the nation and the Constitution"), which included the right to own slaves if a state so chose. Although Davis did not initially favor secession, he believed the Confederacy's goals to be consistent with the America he honored, and was proud to serve as the president of the Confederacy. Previous accounts of Davis's life have argued that he was basically an incompetent leader; some even have suggested that the failure of the Confederacy was, at the core, Davis's fault. But here Davis appears much like any other leader, possessing both strengths and weaknesses. In the already cluttered field of Civil War history, Cooper's is the definitive biography; readers will be particularly pleased to discover the compelling power of his narrative. (Nov.) Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.|

97806741605691999The Confederate WarON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONGary W. Gallagher

a History Of The Confederacy That Asks Not So Much Why It Collapsed But How It Survived At All.

new York Times Book Review - Daniel Sutherland

e.[gallagher's] Perceptive And Engaging New Book Maintains That Historians Have Got Off Track In Recent Years By Attributing Confederate Defeat To Weakness On The Home Front Rather Than To Performance On The Battlefield.

97800609160771989A People's Contest: The Union And Civil War, 1861-1865 (new American Nations Series)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONPhillip Shaw PaludanPhillip Shaw Paludan. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.
97800609371952001The Bloody Ground (Nathaniel Starbuck Chronicles #4)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONBernard Cornwell

In this fourth, final, and rousing installment of Nathaniel Starbuck's Civil War adventures, Nate is given command of a punishment battalion: a motley collection of cowards, thieves, deserters, and murderers. Setting off to Join General Robert E. Lee's army, Starbuck's men reach Harper's Ferry in time to take part in Stonewall Jackson's capture of the Union garrison. From there, the regiment moves on to the legendary horror of Sharpsburg, beside the Antietam Creek, forever to be remembered as the bloodiest single day of the war. There, Starbuck and his troop will have their courage and commitment tested as never before.

Booknews

The present volume is the fourth in Corwell's historical fiction series, The Starbuck Chronicles. Set against the background of one of the Civil War's bloodiest battles, the novel describes the adventures of hero and military commander Nate Starbuck. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

978140003219820121861: The Civil War AwakeningON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONAdam Goodheart
97808868740181983The Civil War AlmanacON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJohn S. Bowman
97807867015681994Lawyer LincolnON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONAlbert A. Woldman
97819468411002017Robert E. Lee's OrderlyON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONArnold
97800621163072015Clouds Of Glory: The Life And Legend Of Robert E. LeeON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONMichael Korda
97815969854902008The Politically Incorrect Guide To The Civil WarON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONCrocker, H. W.Suggests That That The Confederate States Of America Had A Strong Constitutional Case, And That Modern Ideas Of This Region And Time Period Rely Heavily On Stereotypes And Misinformation. Why The South Was Right -- A Country Of Their Own -- The Gunpowder Trail -- The History Of The War In Sixteen Battles You Should Know -- Dixie Rising, 1861-1863 -- The Long Goodbye, 1863-1865 -- Eminent Civil War Generals -- Robert E. Lee (1807-1870) -- George Thomas (1816-1870) -- William Tecumseh Sherman (1820-1891) -- James Longstreet (1821-1904) -- Nathan Bedford Forrest (1821-1877) -- Ulysses S. Grant (1822-1885) -- Thomas Jonathan (stonewall) Jackson (1824-1863) -- A.p. Hill (1825-1865) -- George B. Mcclellan (1826-1885) -- Call In The Cavalry -- A Cavalry Quartet: Wade Hampton (1818-1902), Philip Sheridan (1831-1888), J.e.b. Stuart (1833-1864), And George Armstrong Custer (1839-1876) -- Beating Retreat -- What If The South Had Won? H.w. Crocker Iii. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 341-358) And Index.
97815969850562007The Politically Incorrect Guide To The Constitution (politically Incorrect Guides) (the Politically Incorrect Guides)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONKevin R. C. GutzmanWhat Made The Constitution : Revolution And Confederation -- Federalism Vs. Nationalism At The Philadelphia Convention -- Selling The Constitution -- Judges : Power Hungry From The Beginning -- The Imperial Judiciary : It Started With Marshall -- Undoing Marshall And Undoing The Union -- The War For Southern Independence As A Constitutional Crisis -- The Pro-segregation Supreme Court -- The Court Versus Fdr -- The Grand Wizard's Imperial Court -- The Court On Pornography, Crime, And Race -- The Court's Brave New World : From Affirmative Action To Sodomy. Kevin R. C. Gutzman. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.
97816156407822011The Complete Idiot's Guide To The Civil War, 3rd Edition: An In-depth Look At The Dramatic Course Of This ConflictON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONAlan Axelrod Ph.d.Provides An Overview Of The Conflict That Includes Personal Anecdotes Of The Officers And Soldiers, As Well As Essential Information.
97814671184772016Mobile Under Siege: Surviving The Union BlockadeON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONWebb, Paula Lenor (author.)A Prequel: Rumors Of War -- August 1864: Battle Of Mobile Bay -- September 1864: Siege Begins -- October 1864: Freedoms Sacrificed -- November 1864: Denial And Survival -- December 1864: The Call Of Home -- January 1865: Settle The Contradictions -- February 1865: Speculations And Spies -- March 1865: Stubbornness And Spanish Fort -- April 1865: The Bitter End -- After The War: Union Occupation. Paula Lenor Webb. Includes Bibliographical References (pages [129]-138) And Index.
97815686552771994Civil War CuriositiesON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONWebb Garrison
97809979393472016Punished With Poverty: The Suffering South - Prosperity To Poverty & The Continuing StruggleON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJames Ronald Kennedy
97803068060631994The Annals Of The Civil War: By Leading Participants North And SouthON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONAlexander Mcclure
97814549157992015Weird Civil War: Your Travel Guide To The Ghostly Legends And Best-kept Secrets Of The American Civil WarON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONMark Sceurman
97804862342291977The Civil War Songbook (dover Song Collections)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONCrawfordSelected, And With An Introd., By Richard Crawford. The Songs Are Reprinted From The Original Sheet Music In The Collections Of William Lloyd Keepers And Lester S. Levy, And In The William Clements Library, Univ. Of Michigan. Includes Bibliographical References (p. X).
n/a1822A History Of The United States Of America, On A Plan Adapted To The Capacity Of YouthsON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONCharles Augustus GoodrichThis is an early American History Schoolbook covering the years of 1492 through 1822, with heavier emphasis on the late 18th century through 1822. This is believed to be the first edition of this book and one of the only known copies outside of museums. It is also thought to be one of the first United States history schoolbooks. A later edition can be read online here.
97814351327262011Battles Of The Civil War, 1861-1865 : From Fort Sumter To PetersburgON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONKevin J. Dougherty
97807835010001999Secession To Fort Henry (shelby Foote, The Civil War, A Narrative)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONShelby FooteIn This Fourth Volume Of The 40th Anniversity Edition Of The Epic Work, Mr. Foote Recounts Second Manassas And The Subsequent Confederate Invasions Of Northern Territory, East And West, Including The Antietam Campaign And Bragg's.
97803043523021999The American Civil War And The Wars Of The Industrial RevolutionON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONReid, Brian Holden.This Book Focuses On The Strategic And Operational Dimensions Of The Campaigns Of The Civil War, Showing How Such Factors As Generalship, Organization, Intelligence And Logistics Affected The Decisions Of The Battlefield. Introduction, War And Industrialization -- 1. The Crimean War, 1854-6 -- 2. The American Civil War: The War Takes Shape, 1861-2 -- 3. The American Civil War: The Year Of Trial And Hope, 1862-3 -- The American Civil War: Confederate Collapse, 1864-5 -- The German Wars Of Unification, 1864, 1866, 1870-71 -- Afterword. Brian Holden Reid ; General Editor, John Keegan. Series Statement On Jacket. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 218-219) And Index.
97815803733642006U.s. History, Grades 6 - 8: People And Events: 1607-1865 (american History Series)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONGeorge R. Lee
97814262081262011The Untold Civil War: Exploring The Human Side Of WarON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJames Robertson
97806181843472004Mcdougal Littell Creating America Texas: Pupil Edition Grades 6-8 Beginnings Through Reconstruction 2003ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONMcdougal Littel
97808071047501978The Life Of Johnny Reb: The Common Soldier Of The ConfederacyON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONBell Irvin Wiley
97803072902671963The Civil War: A Narrative- Fredericksburg To Chancellorsville- The Longest JourneyON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONShelby Foote
97808839404951997A Civil War Treasury Of Tales, Legends & FolkloreON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONB.a. Botkin
97800290773511994A Government Of Our Own: The Making Of The ConfederacyON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONDavis, William C. , 1946-Delegates From Six States Met In February 1861 To Form A New Government And Choose Its Leaders. Prologue, May 1861 -- Weld Them Together While They Are Hot -- A Nice, Tidy Little Southern Town -- They Are Selfish, Ambitious, And Unscrupulous -- We Are A Congress -- The Most Momentous Event Of The Century -- Getting Along With Seven-league Boots -- The Man And The Hour Have Met -- We Are At Work -- Make Up Your Account For War -- A Matter Of Restoration -- One Mass Of Vulgarity & Finery & Honor -- The Gage Of Battle -- All We Ask Is To Be Let Alone -- We Have Cast The Die -- Farewell Montgomery -- Epilogue, April 1886. William C. Davis. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 519-536) And Index.
97808900956901990Battles And Leaders Of The Civil War V1 - The Opening BattlesON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONMagazine
97812501098422017Bill O'reilly's Legends And Lies: The Civil WarON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONDavid Fisher
97811219606881971The Civil War Day By Day: An Almanac, 1861-1865ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONE. B Long
97814165860502010My Thoughts Be Bloody: The Bitter Rivalry Between Edwin And John Wilkes Booth That Led To An American TragedyON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONNora TitoneOffers A Provocative New Look At The Motive Behind The Assassination Of President Abraham Lincoln And The Bitter Sibling Rivalry That Led John Wilkes Booth To Murder Him. Pt. 1. 1821-1852. A Famous Rebel -- O Brave New World -- This Be Madness -- A Populous City -- Stand Up For Bastards -- Pt. 2. 1853-1860. In The Dust -- Brother, You Have Done Me Wrong -- A Delicate And Tender Prince -- Destruction, Death, And Massacre -- Prepare For Your Execution -- Pt. 3. 1861-1865. My Brother, My Competitor -- The Working Of The Heart -- Beat Down These Rebels Here At Home -- My Thoughts Be Bloody -- This Play Is The Image Of A Murder -- Epilogue: The Curtain Falls. Nora Titone ; Foreword By Doris Kearns Goodwin. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.
97803078872762015Our Man In Charleston: Britain's Secret Agent In The Civil War SouthON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONChristopher DickeyBetween The Confederacy And Recognition By Great Britain Stood One Unlikely Englishman Who Hated The Slave Trade. His Actions Helped Determine The Fate Of A Nation. When Robert Bunch Arrived In Charleston To Take Up The Post Of British Consul In 1853, He Was Young And Full Of Ambition, But Even He Couldn't Have Imagined The Incredible Role He Would Play In The History-making Events To Unfold. In An Age When Diplomats Often Were Spies, Bunch's Job Included Sending Intelligence Back To The British Government In London. Yet As The United States Threatened To Erupt Into Civil War, Bunch Found Himself Plunged Into A Double Life, Settling Into An Amiable Routine With His Slavery-loving Neighbors On The One Hand, While Working Furiously To Thwart Their Plans To Achieve A New Confederacy. As Secession And War Approached, The Southern States Found Themselves In An Impossible Position.^ They Knew That Recognition From Great Britain Would Be Essential To The Survival Of The Confederacy, And Also That Such Recognition Was Likely To Be Withheld If The South Reopened The Atlantic Slave Trade. But As Bunch Meticulously Noted From His Perch In Charleston, Secession's Red-hot Epicenter, That Trade Was Growing. And As Southern Leaders Continued To Dissemble Publicly About Their Intentions, Bunch Sent Dispatch After Secret Dispatch Back To The Foreign Office Warning Of The Truth--that Economic Survival Would Force The South To Import Slaves From Africa In Massive Numbers.^ When The Gears Of War Finally Began To Turn, And Bunch Was Pressed Into Service On An Actual Spy Mission To Make Contact With The Confederate Government, He Found Himself In The Middle Of A Fight Between The Union And Britain That Threatened, In The Boast Of Secretary Of State William Seward, To 'wrap The World In Flames.' In This Masterfully Told Story, Christopher Dickey Introduces Consul Bunch As A Key Figure In The Pitched Battle Between Those Who Wished To Reopen The Floodgates Of Bondage And Misery, And Those Who Wished To Dam The Tide Forever. Featuring A Remarkable Cast Of Diplomats, Journalists, Senators, And Spies, Our Man In Charleston Captures The Intricate, Intense Relationship Between Great Powers On The Brink Of War-- The Little-known Story Of A British Diplomat Who Serves As A Spy In South Carolina At The Dawn Of The Civil War, Posing As A Friend To Slave-owning Aristocrats When He Was Actually Telling Britain Not To Support The Confederacy-- An Englishman Of The Americas -- Observations On The Price Of Negroes -- Quasi-war -- First Shots -- Wicked Designs -- The Reign Of Error. Christopher Dickey. Includes Bibliographical References (pages 330-338) And Index.
97800605184932006Manhunt: The 12-day Chase For Lincoln's KillerON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJames L. SwansonThe Murder Of Abraham Lincoln Set Off The Greatest Manhunt In American History. From April 14 To April 26, 1865, The Assassin Led Union Cavalry And Detectives On A Wild Twelve-day Chase Through The Streets Of Washington, D.c., Across The Swamps Of Maryland, And Into The Forests Of Virginia, While The Nation, Still Reeling From The Just-ended Civil War, Watched In Horror. A Confederate Sympathizer And A Member Of A Celebrated Acting Family, John Wilkes Booth Threw Away His Fame And Wealth For A Chance To Avenge The South's Defeat. Based On Rare Archival Materials, Obscure Trial Transcripts, And Lincoln's Own Blood Relics, This Book Is A Fully Documented Work, But It Is Also A Tale Of Murder, Intrigue, And Betrayal, An Hour-by-hour Account Told Through The Eyes Of The Hunted And The Hunters.--from Publisher Description. I Had This Strange Dream Again Last Night -- I Have Done It -- His Sacred Blood -- We Have Assassinated The President -- Find The Murderers -- That Vile Rabble Of Human Bloodhounds -- Hunted Like A Dog -- I Have Some Little Pride -- Useless, Useless -- So Runs The World Away. James L. Swanson. Includes Bibliographical References (p. [397]-438) And Index.
97804396681872009The Mostly True Adventures Of Homer P. Figg (newbery Honor Book)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONRodman PhilbrickTwelve-year-old Homer, A Poor But Clever Orphan, Has Extraordinary Adventures After Running Away From His Evil Uncle To Rescue His Brother, Who Has Been Sold Into Service In The Civil War. The Meanest Man In Maine -- Muddy Blues -- The Wretched Lie -- The Dark Of The World -- Bears As Big As Boulders -- The Worst Smell Ever -- The Man In The Sack -- Pancakes In Heaven -- Quaker Talk -- When The River Cries Like A Baby -- The Weasel Comes A-calling -- The Door In The Dirt -- A Wagonload Of Hope -- The Hungry Mouse -- Train To Glory -- Frank T. Nibbly, Entirely At Your Service -- Message For Homer Figg -- The Smell Of Pigs -- The Amazing Pig Boy -- The Caravan Of Miracles -- Boiled By Indians -- The Secret In The Wagons -- The Sound Of Guns -- Three Oinks For Homer Pig -- See The Elephant And Die -- The Terrible Black Wagons -- The Mad Balloon Man -- Like A Squirrel Up A Tree -- Like A Bird With A Broken Wing -- When The Screaming Comes Inside -- On The Terrible First Day Of July -- Things Best Forgot -- M Is For Mutineer -- One Small Hill -- Even When They're Dead -- What Happened In The End -- Some Additional Civil War Facts, Opinions, Slang & Definitions, To Be Argued, Debated & Cogitated Upon. Rodman Philbrick. A Junior Library Guild Selection Newbery Honor Book, 2010. Accelerated Reader/renaissance Learning Mg 5.6 7.
97816215787652020It Wasn't About Slavery: Exposing The Great Lie Of The Civil WarON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONMitcham Jr., Samuel W.The Great Lie Of The Civil War If You Think The Civil War Was Fought To End Slavery, You’ve Been Duped. In Fact, As Distinguished Military Historian Samuel Mitcham Argues In His Provocative New Book, It Wasn’t About Slavery, No Political Party Advocated Freeing The Slaves In The Presidential Election Of 1860. The Republican Party Platform Opposed The Expansion Of Slavery To The Western States, But It Did Not Embrace Abolition. The Real Cause Of The War Was A Dispute Over Money And Self-determination. Before The Civil War, The South Financed Most Of The Federal Government—because The Federal Government Was Funded By Tariffs, Which Were Paid Disproportionately By The Agricultural South That Imported Manufactured Goods. Yet, Most Federal Government Spending And Subsidies Benefited The North. The South Wanted A More Limited Federal Government And Lower Tariffs—the Ideals Of Thomas Jefferson—and When The South Could Not Get That, It Opted For Independence. Lincoln Was Unprepared When The Southern States Seceded, And Force Was The Only Way To Bring Them—and Their Tariff Money—back. That Was The Real Cause Of The War. A Well-documented And Compelling Read By A Master Historian, It Wasn’t About Slavery Will Change The Way You Think About Abraham Lincoln, The Emancipation Proclamation, And The Cause And Legacy Of America’s Momentous Civil War.
97816215787652020It Wasn't About Slavery: Exposing The Great Lie Of The Civil WarON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONMitcham Jr., Samuel W.The Great Lie Of The Civil War If You Think The Civil War Was Fought To End Slavery, You’ve Been Duped. In Fact, As Distinguished Military Historian Samuel Mitcham Argues In His Provocative New Book, It Wasn’t About Slavery, No Political Party Advocated Freeing The Slaves In The Presidential Election Of 1860. The Republican Party Platform Opposed The Expansion Of Slavery To The Western States, But It Did Not Embrace Abolition. The Real Cause Of The War Was A Dispute Over Money And Self-determination. Before The Civil War, The South Financed Most Of The Federal Government—because The Federal Government Was Funded By Tariffs, Which Were Paid Disproportionately By The Agricultural South That Imported Manufactured Goods. Yet, Most Federal Government Spending And Subsidies Benefited The North. The South Wanted A More Limited Federal Government And Lower Tariffs—the Ideals Of Thomas Jefferson—and When The South Could Not Get That, It Opted For Independence. Lincoln Was Unprepared When The Southern States Seceded, And Force Was The Only Way To Bring Them—and Their Tariff Money—back. That Was The Real Cause Of The War. A Well-documented And Compelling Read By A Master Historian, It Wasn’t About Slavery Will Change The Way You Think About Abraham Lincoln, The Emancipation Proclamation, And The Cause And Legacy Of America’s Momentous Civil War.
97819451863252018Common Sense (clydesdale Classics)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONThomas Paine
97804399144131996Drums Of War - Originally Published As Broken DrumON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONEdith Morris Hemingway
97815309515362016The Css Alabama: The History Of The Famous Confederate Raider That Sank Off The Coast Of France During The Battle Of CherbourgON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONCharles River Editors
97806922678442014Facts The Historians Leave OutON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJohn S TilleySubtitled A Confederate Primer, This Little Book Covers A Wide Range Of Subjects In Short, Succinct Chapters On The True Causes Of The War, The Historical And Economic Background Behind Southern Slavery, The Usurpations And Deceptions Of Abraham Lincoln, State Sovereignty And The Right Of Secession, The Sterling Character Of Such Confederate Leaders As Robert E. Lee And Jefferson Davis, And Much More.
97808071218631997Behind The Lines In The Southern ConfederacyON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONRamsdel, Charles W. (charles William)

in This Study, Charles W. Ramsdell Explores The Causes Of The South's Defeat In The Civil War. Finding Traditional Military Explanations Insufficient, He Argues That Deficiencies On The Homefront Were Fundamental To The Collapse Of The Confederacy. According To Ramsdell, The War Raised Economic And Social Problems That The Southern People Were Unprepared To Solve. Financially Weakened And Demoralized, The Civilian Population Could Not Adequately Support Its Armies, Causing The Confederacy To Break Down From Within Long Before The Military Situation Appeared Desperate.

97803453122111985LincolnON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONVidal
97808704487681993Blue & The GrayON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONThomas B. Allen
97815661975571995Battles Of The Civil War : From Bull Run To PetersburgON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONCurtis D.; Mclaughlin, Mark JohnsonThe Accounts Of Twelve Civil War Battles, Preceded By A Concise Background To The War, Explaining Causes And Summarizing Weapons, Equipment, Organization And Tactical Aims Of Both Armies, As Well As Profiles Of The Leading Generals.
97815585333941995Atlanta And The WarON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONGarrison, Webb , 1919-2000The Destruction Of Atlanta During The Civil War Was Not The Result Of A Grand Strategy Hammered Out By William Tecumseh Sherman And Ulysses S. Grant In The Spring Of 1864. According To Webb Garrison, The Havoc Wreaked On The City Was Brought About By Sherman's Dogged Pursuit Of The Army Of Tennessee Across Northern Georgia. The Confederate Army Of Tennessee Was Tenacious, And Thus The Union Victory Came Slowly. The Fall Of Atlanta Was Crucial To The Outcome Of The Civil War Because With The Loss Of Atlanta, Morale In The South Plummeted, One Of The Confederacy's Last Significant Manufacturing Centers Was Destroyed, And The Flow Of Food And Supplies To The Virginia Battlefront Was Halted. Moreover, The Publicity Surrounding The Taking Of Atlanta Played A Large Role In Abraham Lincoln's Reelection Campaign, Thus Ensuring That The War Would Continue Until The Union Was Restored. - Jacket. Introduction -- Part 1 : Three Armies Head For Dalton. Indian Country Seemed Just The Place For An Inland Port -- Hit Hard On Both Fronts At Once! -- Far Too Strong For A Frontal Assault -- Ready To Destroy Joe Johnston -- Orderly Withdrawal In Lieu Of All-out Combat -- Part 2 : Slugging It Out, Mile By Mile. Over The Oostenaula -- Three Or Four Miles A Day -- The Rubicon Of Georgia -- Into The Hell Hole -- The Enemy Must Be In A Bad Condition -- Judgment Day At Kenesaw -- Part 3 : A Fresh Target And A New Foe. Joe Johnston Can Withdraw; Atlanta Cannot -- John B. Hood Takes Command -- Peach Tree Creek -- The Battle Of Atlanta -- Part 4 : Too Strong To Attack, Too Large To Invest. Atlanta's Defenses Were Something To See -- Iron Rain Poured During A Red Day In August -- Firing Never Ceased, Day Or Night -- Atlanta Is Ours, And Fairly Won! -- Part 5 : New Gibraltar Of The West. You Must All Leave -- An Empty Town, Barely Occupied -- Saltwater! -- Atlanta Tipped The Scales For A Despondent Lincoln -- Up From The Ashes. Webb Garrison. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 267-274) And Index.
97805171013151994The Lost Cause (the Standard Southern History Of The War Of The Confederates)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONE. A. Pollard
97801950386371988Battle Cry Of Freedom: The Civil War EraON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJames M. Mcpherson

Filled with fresh interpretations and information, puncturing old myths and challenging new ones, Battle Cry of Freedom will unquestionably become the standard one-volume history of the Civil War.
James McPherson's fast-paced narrative fully integrates the political, social, and military events that crowded the two decades from the outbreak of one war in Mexico to the ending of another at Appomattox. Packed with drama and analytical insight, the book vividly recounts the momentous episodes that preceded the Civil War—the Dred Scott decision, the Lincoln-Douglas debates, John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry—and then moves into a masterful chronicle of the war itself—the battles, the strategic maneuvering on both sides, the politics, and the personalities. Particularly notable are McPherson's new views on such matters as the slavery expansion issue in the 1850s, the origins of the Republican Party, the causes of secession, internal dissent and anti-war opposition in the North and the South, and the reasons for the Union's victory.
The book's title refers to the sentiments that informed both the Northern and Southern views of the conflict: the South seceded in the name of that freedom of self-determination and self-government for which their fathers had fought in 1776, while the North stood fast in defense of the Union founded by those fathers as the bulwark of American liberty. Eventually, the North had to grapple with the underlying cause of the war—slavery—and adopt a policy of emancipation as a second war aim. This "new birth of freedom," as Lincoln called it, constitutes the proudest legacy of America's bloodiest conflict.
This authoritative volume makes sense of that vast and confusing "second American Revolution" we call the Civil War, a war that transformed a nation and expanded our heritage of liberty.

Publishers Weekly

Likely to become the standard one-volume history of our Civil War, this vivifies, with palpable immediacy, scholarly acumen and interpretive skill, events foreshadowing the conflict, the war itself and its basic issue: slavery. Photos. (Feb.)

97808078239271998Lee's Miserables: Life In The Army Of Northern Virginia From The Wilderness To AppomattoxON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJ. Tracy PowerSpring 1864 -- The Wilderness And Spotsylvania, May 1864 -- Spotsylvania, The North Anna, And Cold Harbor, May-june 1864 -- Cold Harbor To Petersburg, June 1864 -- The Shenandoah Valley, To Washington, And Back, June-august 1864 -- The Siege Of Petersburg And The Crater, June-july 1864 -- The Shenandoah Valley, Winchester, Fisher's Hill, And Cedar Creek, August-december 1864 -- The Siege Of Petersburg And The Richmond Front: Deep Bottom Through Burgess Mill, August-november 1864 -- The Petersburg-richmond Front, Winter Quarters, And Hatcher's Run, November 1864-february 1865 -- The Petersburg-richmond Front, Fort Stedman, Five Forks, Sailor's Creek, And Appomattox, February-april 1865 -- The Last Hope Of The South: The Army Of Northern Virginia's Last Year In Retrospect. J. Tracy Power. Includes Bibliographical References (p. [419]-450) And Index.
97815942049752014Embattled Rebel: Jefferson Davis As Commander In ChiefON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJames M. McphersonFrom The Pulitzer Prize-winning Author Of Battle Cry Of Freedom, A Powerful New Reckoning With Jefferson Davis As Military Commander Of The Confederacy Shows How Davis Shaped And Articulated The Principal Policy Of The Confederacy With Clarity And Force And, Like No Other Chief Executive In American History, Exercised A Tenacious Hands-on Influence In The Shaping Of Military Strategy. We Must Prepare For A Long War -- Winter Of Discontent -- War So Gigantic -- The Clouds Are Dark Over Us -- We Should Take The Initiative -- We Must Beat Sherman -- The Last Resort. James M. Mcpherson. Includes Bibliographical References (pages 255-288)and Index.
97808071268822001Refugee Life In The ConfederacyON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONMassey, Mary Elizabeth.Introduction To The Paperback Edition / George C. Rable -- I. Brought To Their Own Doorsteps -- Ii. To Be Or Not Be A Refugee -- Iii. Half The World Is Refugeeing -- Iv. Clashing Carriage Wheels And Conflicting Interests -- V. The Fascination Of Brick And Mortar -- Vi. Cabined, Cribbed, Confined -- Vii. How Many Sad Hours We Have -- Viii. Extremes Of Generosity And Meanness -- Ix. The Time ... Have Duties For All -- X. The Most Enjoyable Life -- Xi. The Rights A General May Exercise -- Xii. My Property And Yours -- Xiii. The Greatest Sufferers -- Xiv. Such A Scene Should Be Painted. Mary Elizabeth Massey ; With A New Introduction By George C. Rable. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 306-319) And Index.
97806797373151992Selected Speeches And Writings: Abraham LincolnON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONAbraham Lincoln
97809404504311989Lincoln: Speeches And Writings 1832-1858 (library Of America)ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONAbraham Lincoln

the Library Of America Is Dedicated To Publishing America's Best And Most Significant Writing In Handsome, Enduring Volumes, Featuring Authoritative Texts. Hailed As The Finest-looking, Longest-lasting Editions Ever Made (the New Republic), Library Of America Volumes Make A Fine Gift For Any Occasion. Now, With Exactly One Hundred Volumes To Choose From, There Is A Perfect Gift For Everyone.

1884Twenty Years Of Congress, Volume I, From Lincoln To Garfield With A Review Of The Events Which Led To The Political Revolution Of 1860ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJames G Blaine1st printing, Norwich, 1884. xvi, 646 p., frontis, photos, map in rear pocket, addendum, erratum, appendices
1884Twenty Years Of Congress: Volume II, From Lincoln To Garfield With A Review Of The Events Which Led To The Political Revolution Of 1860ON LOAN FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONJames G Blaine
1865Journal Od Major William Jefferson Hearin, 38th Alabama InfantryMajor William Jefferson HearinReprinted copy of journal of Major W. F. Hearin of the 38th Alabama Infantry. The original belonged to the late Arthur E. Green of Mobile, Al.