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The Great Invasion of 1863: or, General Lee in Pennsylvania

By Hoke, Jacob

Dayton, Ohio: W.J. Shuey, 1867. Portrait frontis of General Meade. 613pp., folding map in rear in excellent condition. Profusely illustrated with portraits, charts, battlefield photographs etc.. Original publishers green cloth, Gettysburg battlefield monument embossed in gilt on front cover, spine lettered and decorated in gilt. A beautiful solid and clean copy with only some minor age toning to the pages and a little light fraying to the top and bottom of the spine.. First Edition. Embossed Green Cloth. Excellent. 8vo..


History of the First Regiment Massachusetts Infantry, from the 25th of May, 1861, to the 25th of May 1864

By Cudworth, Warren H

Boston:, 1866. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on ffep and dated Dec. 18, 1883. 3/4 Comtemporary brown cloth with flag-bearing soldier embossed in gold on front cover. An important Civil War regimental history that saw action in many of the most famous battles including First Bull Run, Yorktown, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg and Spottsylvania Court House. Cudworth, the Chaplain, describes in detail his experiences and what he personally witnessed. This is a highly interesting and detailed history hightlighted by many descriptions of plantations, and conversations with slaves. Some moderate rubbing and soiling, a few small stains and light soiling. (Nevins I, 76). First Edition. Very Good. 8vo..


The Captain of the Gray Horse Troop

By Garland, Hamlin

Harper Bros. New York, 1901-02 First Edition. Orig. cloth. Excellent. 8vo., A beautiful copy inscribed by the author in a custom 1/2 brown morocco slip case.. First Edition.


War Years with Jeb Stuart

By Blackford, W. W

New York:: Charles Scriner's Sons,, 1945. (322p., 8 illus., roster, index.) Original publisher's burgundy cloth . A highly interesting first hand narrative by the cavalry general’s Chief Engineer. An excellent copy; clean and strong lacking the dust wrapper. Former owner's bookplate on front pastedown.. First American Edition. Excellent. 8vo..


The Tenth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry

By Roe, Alfred S

Springfield,: Tenth Regiment Veteran Assoc.,, 1909. [2] 535pp. A highly interesting and well written history of a western Massachusetts regiment written by a veteran of the civil war. Illustrated with portraits, frontispiece. "Using as a base the earlier unit hisroty...Roe added extracts from three soldiers' diaries and produced a highly readable and useful study." Nevins I, 153. In fine condition.. First Edition. Brown Cloth. Fine. 8vo..


Pictures of Life in Camp and Field

By Taylor, Benjamin F

Chicago:: S.C., Griggs & Col,, 1875. Original publisher's brown cloth/gilt, 270pp +ads. "Written by a Chicago Evening Journal correspondent, this collection of monographs gives an exceptionally revealing picture of the 1863 campaigns around Chattanooga." Civil War Books I, p. 166. Top of spine frayed otherwise a beautiful copy.. Second Edition. Near Fine. 8vo..


Reconstruction In Mississippi

By Garner, James Wilford

New York,: Macmillan., 1901. First Edition. Orig. cloth. In Excellent condition, strong and showing only some light shelf wear and rubbing. 8vo., 422pp. Contemporary gift inscription on ffep.. Excellent. 8vo..


The Fifth Regiment Massachsetts Volunteer Infantry in Its Three Tours of Duty

By Roe, Alfred S

Boston:: Fifth Regiment Veteran Assoc.,, 1911. 510pp. , frontis portrait of Colonel Samuel C. Lawrence. Original blue cloth lettered in gilt on front cover and spine. Battle insginia in gilt at bottom of sppine. A beautiful copy of an important regimental history. Dornbusch MA-128.. Blue Cloth. Near Fine. 8vo..


Footprints Through Dixie

By Gaskill, J. W

Alliance, Ohio, 1919. Every Day Life of the Man Under a Musket. 186pp. illustrated. The important and dramatic diary of the Civil War by a member of the 104th Ohio Regiment. Original green, pictorial paper wraps. Spine reinforced with green binding tape. A clean and excellent. copy.. First Edition. Green Paper Wraps. Excellent. 8vo..


History of the Forty-Eigth Regiment M.V.M. During the Civil War

By Plummer, Albert

Boston:, 1907. This wonderful narrative Includes a complete roster with enlistment and muster out dates. Photgraphic frontis of Plummer and most interestingly there are fifteen black and white photographic illustrations of the regimental officers and of the State House in Baton Rouge, LA, burned in 1862. Some minor wear and soiling but still a very bright and clean copy.. 8vo..


The Campaigns of Lieut.Gen. N.B. Forrest, and of Forrest's Cavalry

By Jordan, General Thomas

Blelock. New Orleans, 1868. First Edition. 704 pp., text a bit age toned mostly at edges, first pages reinforced at edges. 6 maps, and 6 portraits. 8vo., Newly rebound in clorh with marbled edges.. Excellent.


The Military and Civil History of Connecticut During the War of 1861-65

By Croffut & Morris

New York:: Ledyard Hill, 1869. 891pp., original gold embossed green cloth. Some spotting to front cover, corners bumped but still quite a nice copy.. `. Original Green Cloth. Good. Thick 8vo..


Our Campaign Around Gettysburg

By Lockwood, John

Brooklyn:: A.H. Rome,, 1864. Full title reads: "Our Campaign Around Gettysburg Being A Memorial of What Was Endured, Suffered, and Accomplished by the Twenty-Third Regiment (N.Y. S. N. G..) and Other Regiments Associated With Them In Their Pennsylvania And Maryland Campaign." PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR on the ffep. Original brown, embossed cloth with gold lettering. Paper label on spine partly missing. A very good, strong and clean copy with minimal shelf wear. New Jersey Historical Society bookplate on front pastedown and their blindstamp on the title page. Dornbusch 1, NY 268; Nicolson, p.477. Very Scarce.. First Edition. Original Brown Cloth. Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


Memoirs of the Rebellion on the Border

By Britton, Wiley

Chicago,, 1882. A very scarce and desireable regimental history of the 6th Kansas Cavalry. Exceptionally well written accounts of their service against Confederate guerrillla forces and Indian battles on the Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas frontiers. "A basic source for civilian and military affairs in the Kansas-Missouri-Oklahoma area during that region's critical period;" Nevins, CWB, I 24.; Coulter 52. Minor wear and rubbing, front hinge slightly open. Presentation certificate to the Commandery of the State of Illinois attached to front pastedown.. First Edition. Original Brown Cloth. Very Good Plus. 8vo..


History of the Sixtieth Regiment New York State Volunteers

By Eddy, Richard

Philadelphia:: By the Author,, 1864. History...from the commencement of its organization in July, 1861, to its public reception at Ogdensburgh as a veteran command, January 7th, 1864. By Richard Eddy, chaplain. xii, 360pp.. A highly interesting regimental history including some strong vitriolic sentiments about the South and slavery. Nevis I, 84.. First Edition. Original Brown Pebbled Cloth. Very Good. 8vo..


The Twenty-Seventh

By Sheldon, Winthrop

New Haven:,: Morris & Benham,, 1866. 144p, A very good. copy of this Connecticut reminalt history who saw action at Fredericksburg,Chancellorsville and Getthysburg. Some light rubbing and a small area creased on front cover. Otherwise a bright, clean and very good copy.. First Edition. Original Green Cloth. Very Good. Small 8vo..


Thirty-Ninth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers 1862-1865

By Roe, Alfred S

Worcester, MA, 1914. First edition. Orig. cloth Very good. Minor shelf wear. Ex lib. with library sticker on front pastedown otherwise no marks or stamps. A clean, solid and excellent copy of a very comprehensive and well written regimental history.. Excellent. 8vo..


Personal Memoirs of Gen'l W. T. Sherman

By Sherman, Wm. T

New York,: Charles L. Webster, 1891. 2 volume set,604pp total. Volumes in green cloth over board with gilt titles-4 star bar on spines and gilt spine titles. Some light rubbing and the corners of Volume I a little bumped, otherwise a very clean, bright and strong set. Laid in is an original Bowdoin Taylor & Co. carte de visite of General Sherman in near fine condition. Former owner's bookplate in each volume.. 4th Edition. Original Green Cloth. Excellent. 8 Vo.. 2 Volumes..


Personal Recollections of Distinguished Generals

By Shanks, William F. G

New York:: Harper & Brothers, 1866. 352pp. Illus.; publishers ads in rear. Original small 8vo brown embossed emblem of the American flag on front board. Contents include some of the memoirs of Generals Sherman, Thomas, Grant, Hooker, etc. Dornbusch 2:2398. Nicholson cat p770. Nevins 3,p.88.. First Edition. Original Brown Embossed Cloth. Very Good. 8vo..


Personal Memoirs of P.H. Sheridan

By Sheridan, Phillip H

New York,: Charles L. Webster, 1888. Hardcover Illustrated Octavo, 500/486 pp., Gilt lettered and decorated cover and spine. Original green cloth bindings. Former cavalry officer's name on ffep. . A lovely copy of one of the less common Civil War memoirs. The frontispiece in Vol. 1 is a picture of P. H. Sheridan, Brevet 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Regiment Infantry. Vol. 2 frontispiece is a picture of P. H. Sheridan, Lieutenant General. Vol. 1 has a map of the Shenandoah Valley.Vol. 2 has a map of the Battlefield of Winchester, 19th Sept. 1864. Sheridan's close association with General Grant benefited his career. It was Grant in fact, who transferred Sheridan from command of an infantry division in the Western Theater to lead the Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac. In 1864, he defeated Confederate forces in the Shenandoah Valley. That very har campaign is noted for the destruction of the economic infrastructure of the Valley and was one of the first uses of scorched earth tactics in the war.. First Edition. Very Good Plus. 2 Volumes.


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