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12th Cavalry VA - BULL RUN TO BULL RUN; OR, FOUR YEARS IN THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA, CONTAINING A DETAILED ACCOUNT OF THE CAREER AND ADVENTURES OF THE BAYLOR LIGHT HORSE, COMPANY "B", TWELFTH VIRGINIA CAVALRY, C.S.A. (Hardcover)
By George Baylor. 412 pages. 1900. Richmond, VA. Illustrated. "A much-consulted memoir By a Virginia cavalry-man; especially good for Baulor's discerning peronal observations." CWB
12th Infantry VA - SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS IN OLD VIRGINIA (Hardcover)
By John H. Claiborne. 360 pages. 1904
17th Infantry VA - HISTORY OF THE SEVENTEENTH VIRGINIA INFANTRY, C.S.A. (Hardcover)
By George Wise, Baltimore, 1870. 312 pages. "A human chronicle, with many insights, of a little-known but valorous unit in Lee's army." CWB
6th Cavalry VA - FROM BULL RUN TO APPOMATTOX; A BOY'S VIEW.
By Luther W. Hopkins of General J. E. B. Stuart's Cavalry, 6th Virginia Regiment, C.S.A. 1914. 311 pages. Illustrated. Portraits. Folding maps.
9th Cavalry VA - HISTORY OF THE NINTH VIRGINIA CAVALRY IN THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES. (Hardcover)
By Brigadier General R. L. T. Beale. 192 pages. 1899. Richmond, VA. Portraits. "An excellent personal and descriptive narrative of cavalry operations in the East; the discerning nature of the...
CAMPAIGNS AND BATTLES OF THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA. (Hardcover)
By George Wise, Author of "The History of the Seventeenth Virginia Infantry. "432 pages. 1916
PARKER'S BATTERY VIRGINIA LIGHT ARTILLERY "WHERE MEN ONLY DARE TO GO!" OR THE STORY OF A BOY COMPANY (C.S.A.) BY AN EX-BOY. (Hardcover)
By Royal Figg. 263 pages. 1885
THREE YEARS IN THE CONFEDERATE HORSE ARTILLERY
By George M. Neese. 362 pages. (1911) Hardcovers.Memoirs of George Neese during his service as a gunner in Chew's Battery, Stuart's Horse Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia in the Confederate...
UNIVERSITY MEMORIAL: BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF ALUMNI OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA WHO FELL IN THE CONFEDERATE WAR. 5 volumes in 1. HARDCOVERS
By Rev. John Lipscomb Johnson. 765 pages. 1871. "Many of the biographical sketches contain letters from the field of Confederate soldiers; a valuable work for the Old Dominion's contribution to...