Category: Civil War

Sort

Showing 41-60 of 242

A Pictorial Guide to West Virginia's Civil War Sites (And Related Information)

By: Cohen, Stan B.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Pictorial Histories Pub. Co.: 1992

Seller ID: 39120

ISBN: 0-9299521-34-X

Condition: VG+


Third printing. 120 pp. which illustrate through photographs, illustrations and maps, over 230 sites connected in some way with the Civil War in West Virginia - from houses and buildings to battlefields and cemetaries, plus more. Oversized laminated pictorial cover. View more info

Jackson's Valley Campaign

By: Cohn, Douglas (Capt.)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Amer. Pub. Co.: 1986

Seller ID: 31522

Condition: VG++


120 pp. with appendices and photographs as well as maps from the West Point Atlas of the Civil War. An excellent overview of Jackson's strategies and actions. View more info

The Civil War Papers of Lt. Col. Newton T. Colby, New York Infantry

By: Colby, Newton T. (Lt. Col.)

Price: $50.00

Publisher: McFarland & Co., Inc.: 2003

Seller ID: 39500

ISBN: 0-7864-1505-3

Condition: Very Good


Edited by William E. Hughes. 354 pp. with photographs, chapter notes, bibliography and index. the author compiled and edited the many letters between Newton T. Colby and his father Merrill Colby that describe the war atmosphere. His writings allow the reader to see what life was like for the common soldlier and described mch of the dullness of day to day drilling and work chores. An interesting study of what must army life consisted of. Black boards with gilt lettering on cover and spine. Scarce title. Minor white out on upper corner of fore edge page. All else tight and clean. View more info

The Blue and the Gray (The Civil War as Told by the Participants)

By: Commager, Henry Steele (Edited by)

Price: $100.00

Publisher: The Bobbs Merrill Co.: 1950

Seller ID: 27431

Condition: VG+


Stated first edition. Volume I, beginning with the events leading up to the war and continuing through the Battles of Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Antretam, Chancellorville and reflecting life of the soldiers on the Eastern and Western fronts, their songs and discipline and with numerous maps and prints throughout. Volume II, contiuing with Gettysburg and continuing through Vicksburg, Chickamauga and Chatanasga, the Siege of Peterburg and leading to the sunset of the Confederacy. Also includes glimpses behind both the Northern and Southern lines, the coast and inland waterways, the prisons, ho... View more info

Wearing of the Gray (Being Personal Portraits, Scenes and Adventures of the War)

By: Cooke, John Esten

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Kraus Reprint Co.: 1990

Seller ID: 38626

Condition: VG+


New reprint printing. Edited by Philip Van Doren Stern. 572 pp. of volume originally published in 1862. Written by one of the few individuals (J.E.B. Stuart's staff officer) who fought in the Civil War from the first major battle to the last, and made up largely from articles previously published in early magazines. Scarce title. Grey boards with gilt lettering on black background on spine. View more info

In and Out of Rebel Prisons

By: Cooper, Alonzo

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Time-Life Books: 1982

Seller ID: 20451

Condition: As New


Reprint. Black leather with raised design on cover and gilt lettering on cover and spine. Gilt on all edges, designed end pages, red ribbon page marker. 335 pp. plus illustrations. View more info

Story of the Civil War Coloring Book

By: Copeland, Peter F.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Dover Pub. 1991:

Seller ID: 14504


As New. Softcover. 48 pp. of historical scenes relating to the war which would delight any person of any age. Laminated cover. View more info

A History of the 134th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment in the American Civil War 1862 - 1865 (Long Night's Journey Into Day)

By: Cosgrove, Michael Patrick

Price: $150.00

Publisher: The Edwin Mellon Press: 1997

Seller ID: 39540

ISBN: 0-7734-8551-1

Condition: Very Good


Studies in American History, Volume 16. 477 pp. with photographs, illustrations, maps, notes and rosters and much more. An excellent and quite complete study of the New York Infantry outfit recruited in the counties of Schoharie and Schenectady and included the descriptions of the campaigns fought in and around Chatanooga and Atlantic in the "March to the Sea" and the advancements into the Carolinas. blue boards with gilt lettering on cover and spine. Small unobtrusive white out on upper corner of frontis page, all else clean and unmarked. very scarce title. View more info

The Lee Girls

By: Coulling, Mary P.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: John F. Blair, Pub.: 1996

Seller ID: 36110

ISBN: 0-89587-147-5

Condition: VG+


Fourth printing. 242 pp. with photographs and a family tree. The volume chronicles the lives of Robert E. Lee's four daughters from 1834 to the death of the lastt surviving daughter in 1918. Using diaries and letters and based on twenty years of research, the author not only chronicles the Civil War area but also the sociological spectrum of life for southern women in the 19th century. Laminated pictorial cover. View more info

On Campaign (The Civil War Art of Keith Rocco)

By: Cozzens, Peter and D. Scott Hartwick (Text Written by)

Price: $65.00

Publisher: The Emporer's Press: 1994

Seller ID: 35224

Condition: VG++


94 pp. with beautiful color photographs on almost every page with vignettes written around the photographs. Blue oblong volume with gilt lettering on cover and spine. Signed by Keith Rocco on the half title page. Scarce work. View more info

The Colors of Courage (Gettysburg's Forgotten History)

By: Creighton, Margaret S.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Basic Books: 2005

Seller ID: 39483

ISBN: 0-465-01456-9

Condition: Very Good


Stated first edition. 321 pp. with notes, maps, photographs, acknowledgements, 1863 chronologyand bibliography. The author weaves together the lives of African Americans, white women, German American soldiers and brings into perspective stories of ethnic tensios in the Union Army, regarding Gettysburg's women and Gettysburg's African American residents. Small corner of white out on fore edge page. All else clear of any markings. View more info

A Tour Guide to the Civil War

By: Cromie, Alice Hamilton

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Quadrangle, 1965: 1965

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 11581

Condition: Very Good


Very Good/Very Good. First Printing. The complete traveler's companion to battlegrounds, sites, museums, relics and landmarks. 372 pp. with pictures and maps throughout. View more info

Yankee in Gray

By: Cummer, Clyde Lottridge

Price: $25.00

Publisher: The Press of Western Reserve Univ.: 1962

Seller ID: 39640

Condition: Very Good


The Civil War memoirs of Henry E. Handerson with a selection of his wartime letters. First edition. 132 pp. with several photographs and notes to the text. His letters include plantation life in pre war Louisiana, his role in battles and his time spent in prison camps. An excellent presentation. The cover is tight and clean, however the bottom 3 inches of the DJ spine is missing. Scarce title. View more info

Currier and Ives Stencil Hand Colored Engravings for the People of the Civil War

By: Currier and Ives

Price: $960.00

Publisher: Currier and Ives: 1960

Seller ID: 22575

Condition: VG++


ND, circa 1960's. 8 portfolios containing six Civil War scenes, each 11" x 15". Portfolio One: Fort Sumter, 1st Bull Run, Hatteras Inlet, Mill S pring, Ky., Fort Henry, Tenn., Roanoke, Va. - Portfolio Two: Fort Donelson, Tenn., Pea R idge, Ark., Cumberland and Merrimac, Monitor and Merrimac, Newbern, N. C., Island "No. 10" - Portfolio Three: Winchester, Va., Pittsburgh, Tenn., Fort Pulasky, Geo., Com. Farragut's Fleet., Williamsburg, Va., Fair Oaks, Va. - Portfolio Four: Baton Rouge, La., Cedar Mountain, 2nd Bull Run, Va., Antietam, Md., Sharpsburg, Md., Corinth, Miss. - P... View more info

The Civil War

By: Davis, William C.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Smithmark, 1996: 1996

Seller ID: 11910

Condition: Near Fine


Near Fine/Near Fine. A historical account of America's War of Secession. 512 pp. View more info

Winchester in the Civil War

By: Delauter, Roger W. Jr.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: H. E. Howard Inc.: 1992

Seller ID: 38580

ISBN: 1-56190-033-8

Condition: VG+


Second edition. 174 pp. with photographs, illustrations, maps, appendices of significant events and of roster of local men who served, endnotes, bibliograpy and index. An excellent narrative of the history of Winchester and its role during the Civil War. Signed presentation copy by author. Black boards with gilt lettering and design on cover and spine. View more info

Stand Firm Ye Boys From Maine (the 20th Maine and the Gettysburg Campaign)

By: Desjardin, Thomas A.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Thomas Pub.: 1995

Seller ID: 38456

ISBN: 0-939631-89-X

Condition: Very Good


239 pp. with maps and photographs throughout. The volume centers on the role of the 20th Maine on the slopes of Little Round Top on July 2, 1863 and how that one day affected its members throughout their lives. An excellent historical presentation. Signed by the author twice to two separate individuals including note as to why the two presentations. Also, a photo postcard of General Joshua L. Chamberlain who received the Medal of Honor for his defense of Little Round Top at Gettysburg. View more info

Stand Firm Ye Boys From Maine

By: Desjardin, Thomas A.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Thomas Pub.: 1995

Seller ID: 20171

Condition: Very Good


The 20th Maine and the Gettysburg Campaign. 239 pp. with photographs and maps throughout. Signed. View more info

The Clansman

By: Dixon, Thomas Jr.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Triangle Books: 1941

Seller ID: 18795

Condition: Very Good


374 pp. A love story set in the hectic days following after the American Civil War from which the movie, Birth of a Nation, was made. Also, within the story, you can follow the rise of the Ku Klux Klan and the terror they struck into the hearts of the newly freed slaves. The DJ is complete but shows tatters and rubbing along edges. Scarce title. View more info

Gone For a Soldier

By: Donald, David Herbert (Edited by)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Little, Brown and Co.: 1975

Seller ID: 27029

Condition: Very Good


The Civil War memoirs of Private Alfred Bellard. From the Alec Thomas Archives. Stated first edition. 298 pp. with beautiful full color as well as black and white illustrations throughout. Contains appendices and biographical index, maps of Eastern Virginia, the scene of Bellard's army experiences, on end covers, taken from handwritten pages along with illustrations as well as letters by this obscure private soldier. An excellent portrayal. View more info