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ANGELS OF THE BATTLEFIELD. A History of the Labors of the Catholic Sisterhoods in the Late Civil War.
By George Barton. 406p. 1898. (2nd Edition)
Army Surgeon's Manual: for the use of medical officers, cadets, chaplains, and hospital stewards. (Civil War)
“The army surgeon's manual: for the use of medical officers, cadets, chaplains, and hospital stewards : containing the regulations of the Medical Department, all general orders from the War Department,...
BLOCKADE RUNNING DURING THE CIVIL WAR AND THE EFFECT OF LAND AND WATER TRANSPORTATION ON THE CONFEDERACY. (Hardcover)
By Francis Bradlee. 340 pages. 1925. Salem, Massachusetts. Illustrated. "The title is misleading because almost half of the volume is devoted to an anecdotal treatment of Confederate railroad, postal, telegraph...
BOYS IN WHITE; THE EXPERIENCE OF A HOSPTIAL AGENT IN AND AROUND WASHINGTON. (Hardcover)
By Julia Wheelock. 274 pages. 1870. New York. Portraits. "One of the better, straightforward accounts of life in Federal hospitals; Miss Wheelock was stationed through out the last three years...
Camp-Fires of the Afro-American; or, The colored man as a patriot, soldier, sailor, and hero,in the cause of free America
Camp Fires of the Afro-American; or, The colored man as a patriot, soldier, sailor, and hero,in the cause of free America: displayed in colonial struggles, in the Revolution, the War...
COLOR GUARD: BEING A CORPORAL'S NOTES OF MILITARY SERVICE IN THE NINETEENTH ARMY CORPS. (Hardcover)
By James K. Hosmer. 244 pages. 1864. Boston. Union Bookshelf. "An excellent and even -tempered memoir of army life in Louisiana." CWB
ECHOES OF THE CIVIL WAR AS I HEAR THEM. (Hardcover)
By Michael H. Fitch. 368 pages. 1905. New York. Portraits. Maps. Union Bookshelf. "An exceptionally good memoir of the Western campaigns By a Wisconsin officer. " CWB
Four years with General Lee; being a summary of the more important events touching the career of General Robert E. Lee, in the war between the States (Hardcover)
Four years with General Lee; being a summary of the more important events touching the career of General Robert E. Lee, in the war between the States: together with an...
GENEVIEVE: A Story of Southern Life Before the War of the States
By Eva Holmes Hall. (403p.)Originally published by the Neale Publishing Company in 1913 SKU: CWSTGEN
GRAYJACKETS: AND HOW THEY LIVED, FOUGHT AND DIED, FOR DIXIE. (Hardcover)
By a Confederate. (James McCabe) 574 pages. 1867
HISTORY OF THE OLD SECOND DIVISION, ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND. (Hardcover)
By William Sumner Dodge. 582+51 pages. 1864. Chicago. Portraits. Folding Maps. "A pleasant combination of statistical and personal data on service in the West; one of the few divisional histories...
HOW IT WAS: FOUR YEARS AMONG THE REBELS. (Hardcover)
By Mrs. Irby Morgan. 204 pages. 1892. Nashville, TN. Portraits. "The well-told experiences of a refugee in Tennessee and Georgia." CWB CWGENHOWH
IN AND OUT OF THE LINES: An Accurate Account of Incidents During the Occupation of Georgia by Federal Troops In 1864-65
By Frances Thomas Howard. 238p.Originally published by the Neale Publishing Company in 1905 SKU: CWGAFT
LEAVES FROM THE DIARY OF AN ARMY SURGEON; or, Incidents of Field Camp and Hospital Life. (Civil War)
Originally published in 1863. (312p.)By Thomas T. Ellis, M.D., Late Post-Surgeon at New York and Acting Medical Director at Whitehouse, VA. Civil War
LETTERS OF A WAR CORRESPONDENT. (Hardcover)
By Charles Page. 392 pages. 1899. Boston. Maps. "Page was chief reporter in the field for Greeley's New York Tribune, and his vivid commentaries on the Eastern campaigns beginning with...
Life and Campaigns of General Robert E. Lee (Hardcover)
by James D. McCabe. 717p. (1867) (Map inserts not included) Keywords: Civil War, CW, Robert E. Lee (Robert Edward), 1807-1870, Confederate States of America, Confederacy, The South. Army, General CWGENLEE1867...
LOSS OF THE SULTANA AND REMINISCENCES OF SURVIVORS. (Hardcover)
By Rev. Chester Berry. 426 pages. 1892. Lansing, MI. Illustrated. "A useful collection of recollections treating somewhat of prison conditions and mainly with this steamboat explosion." CWB CWGENSULTH
MANUAL FOR ENGINEER TROOPS (Hardcover)
By James Chatham Duane. 344p. (1864) - Reprint of Third Edition - 1862 Part I - Penton DrillPart II - Rules for Conducting a SiegePart III - School of the...