Here are the 104 books on the American Civil War that are in stock at Ray Boas, Bookseller, as of  January 8, 2015, and on this related page are titles about Abraham Lincoln. Make a note of the Order No(s). before the price, and follow this link to our Ordering information. from Ray Boas, Bookseller in Walpole, New Hampshire. We look forward to helping you with your collection, Thank you, RAY

1. REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 1, 1866 - VOL I AND VOL II - TWO VOLS., George E Jenks State Printer, Concord, NH, 1866, good, black cloth (hardcover) some light edgewear, Two Volume Set Complete: Volume I, 716pp, consists of regimental rosters. Volume II, 958pp consists of: Part One of this report (pages 3-394) is the first part of the MILITARY HISTORY OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE, FROM ITS SETTLEMENT, IN 1623, TO THE YEAR 1861. The second part of this volume (pages 399-958) is the MILITARY HISTORY OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE DURING THE GREAT REVELLION; 1861-1866., (Order No: 54590 ), $150.00

2. NEW YORK AND THE WAR WITH SPAIN: HISTORY OF THE EMPIRE STATE REGIMENTS AND MY MEMOIRS OF THE MILITARY HISTORY OF THE STATE..., Argus Company, Printers, Albany, NY, 1903, B&W illustrations, 429pp & 192pp, very good, maroon cloth (hardcover), "...OF NEW YORK DURING THE WAR FOR THE UNION, 1861-65 by Colonelm Silas W. Burt" which was originally issued as War of the Rebellion Series - Bulletin, No. 1. Both of these titles are bound in one volume., (Order No: 62702 ), $30.00

3. SOUVENIR OF THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE OPENING OF THE LEAGUE HOUSE MAY 11 1915 - GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY UNION LEAGUE HOUSE, Union League of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 1915, 81pp, very good+, limp suede leather (hardcover), "Containing a Condensed History of The Union League of Philadelphia From November 15, 1862 to May 11, 1915. This is the personal copy of the league's secretary John W. Hamer with his name embossed on the front cover., (Order No: 59826 ), $30.00

4. Allen, Robert Willis, MARCHING ON! JOHN BROWN'S GHOST FROM THE CIVIL WAR TO CIVIL RIGHTS, Northfield News and Printery, Northfield, VT, 2000 1st ptg, 350pp, very good+, wraps (softcover) signed by the author, ISBN 0965932621 Traces the legends of Vermont born John Brown., (Order No: 56996 ), $15.00

5. Ammen, Daniel, THE NAVY IN THE CIVIL WAR - THE ATLANTIC COAST, Charles Scribner's Sons, NY, 1905, maps, 273pp, very good, maroon cloth (hardcover), First published in 1883., (Order No: 10582 ), $15.00

6. Ayling, Augustus D. (Adjutant General), REVISED REGISTER OF THE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION 1861-1866, Ira C. Evans, Public Printer, Concord, NH, 1895, 1345pp, good+, 1/2 leather (hardcover) SEE NOTE for more comments, Contents are broken down by regiment, and include a sketch of the regiment, a register of members, a summary of the regiment's service, and a register of commissioned officers. A very nice clean and tight copy internally. CONDITION NOTE CONTINUED - Leather spine has small chipped and loose part at top of spine. Some light fading/discoloration to cloth on boards., (Order No: 51042 ), $275.00

7. Benedict, G. G., VERMONT IN THE CIVIL WAR. ... VOLUME I AND VOLUME II -- TWO VOLUME SET COMPLETE, The Free Press Association, Burlington, VT, 1886 1st ed, B&W illustrations, very good, EX-LIB rebound in black buckram cloth (hardcover), "...A HISTORY OF THE PART TAKEN BY THE VERMONT SOLDIERS AND SAILORS IN THE WAR FOR THE UNION 1861-5" An extremely nice clean and tight set, albiet bound in black buckram cloth with library markings. Two Volume Set Complete; Volume I, 620pp; and, Volume II, 808pp., (Order No: 57834 ), $95.00

8. Benedict, G. G., VERMONT IN THE CIVIL WAR. ... VOLUME II ONLY, The Free Press Association, Burlington, VT, 1888, 808pp, very good+, original green cloth (hardcover), "... A HISTORY OF THE PART TAKEN BY THE VERMONT SOLDIERS AND SAILORS IN THE WAR FOR THE UNION, 1861-5." Note - this listing is for Volume II Only, and an exceptionally nice copy., (Order No: 62653 ), $60.00

9. Bennitt, C. G., THE OLD MAN, Ivy House Publishing Group, Raleigh, NC, (2004), 217pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1571974083 Follow the incredible journey of an ordinary man, Charles Garrigues, who lived during extraordinary times. This story takes readers on an incredible trip that begins in a Civil War prison camp in Illinois and meanders across much of the Reconstruction South., (Order No: 49221 ), $6.00

10. Berlin, Jean V. (edited by), A CONFEDERATE NURSE: THE DIARY OF ADA W. BACOT, 1860-1863, Univ. of South Carolina Pr., Columbia, SC, (1994) 2nd ptg, 199pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) EX-LIB, ISBN 0872499707, (Order No: 61768 ), $10.00

11. Bernstein, Iver, THE NEW YORK CITY DRAFT RIOTS: THEIR SIGNIFICANCE FOR AMERICAN SOCIETY AND POLITICS IN THE AGE OF THE CIVIL WAR, Oxford University Press, New York, 1990, B&W illustrations, 363pp, very good, red cloth spine (hardcover) no dustjacket BCE, ISBN 0195050061 For five days in July 1863, at the height of the Civil War, New York City was under siege. Angry rioters burned draft offices, closed factories, destroyed railroad tracks and telegraph lines, and hunted policemen and soldiers. Before long, the rioters turned their muderous wrath against the black community. In the end, at least 105 people were killed, making the draft riots the most violent insurrection in American history., (Order No: 20624 ), $5.00

12. Biddle, Chapman, THE FIRST DAY OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG - AN ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA, J. B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1880 1st ed, fold-out map, 50pp, good, wraps (softcover) EX-LIB bound in a Pamphlet Binder, Text of the historical address delivered "On the 8th of March, 1880.", (Order No: 54258 ), $45.00

13. Blair, William (editor), CIVIL WAR HISTORY: VOLUME FIFTY-ONE - NUMBER TWO - JUNE 2005 - VOL. LI, NO. 2, Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 2005, p131-p236, fine, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 62433 ), $10.00

14. Blair, William (editor), CIVIL WAR HISTORY: VOLUME FIFTY-THREE - NUMBER THREE - SEPTEMBER 2007 - VOL. LIII, NO. 3, Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 2007, p227-p331, fine, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 62434 ), $10.00

15. Blair, William (editor), CIVIL WAR HISTORY: VOLUME FIFTY-FOUR - NUMBER THREE - SEPTEMBER 2008 - VOL. LIV, NO. 3, Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 2008, p227-p332, fine, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 62435 ), $10.00

16. Blair, William (editor), CIVIL WAR HISTORY: VOLUME FIFTY-FIVE - NUMBER ONE - MARCH 2009 - VOL. LV, NO. 1, Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 2009, p1-p104, fine, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 62436 ), $10.00

17. Blair, William (editor), CIVIL WAR HISTORY: VOLUME FIFTY-FIVE - NUMBER TWO - JUNE 2009 - VOL. LV NO. 2, Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 2009, p215-p319, fine, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 62437 ), $10.00

18. Blair, William (editor), CIVIL WAR HISTORY: VOLUME FIFTY-FIVE - NUMBER THREE - SEPTEMBER 2009 - VOL. LV NO. 3, Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 2009, p327-p432, fine, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 62438 ), $10.00

19. Chadwick, Albert G. (editor), SOLDIER'S RECORD OF THE TOWN OF ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT, IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, 1861-5, Tony O'Connor, Newport, VT, quality reprint, 216pp, fine, maroon buckram cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 59656 ), $20.00

20. Cogswell, Leander W., A HISTORY OF THE ELEVENTH NEW HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE REBELLION WAR 1861-1865 - [FIRST EDITION], Republican Press Association, Concord, NH, 1891 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 784pp, very good, brown cloth (hardcover) clean and tight copy, "Covering its entire service, with interesting scenes of Army life, and graphic details of battles, skirmishes, sieges, marches, and hardships, in which its officers and men participated." Padded with anecdotes and incidents - many of questionable authenticity - this valorous regiment deserves a better history. [Nevins; CIVIL WAR BOOKS: I, 71]. A nice clean and tight copy., (Order No: 56474 ), $150.00

21. Collins, Herman L., HANDBOOK OF THE UNION LEAGUE OF PHILADELPHIA FROM 1862 THE YEAR OF ITS ORGANIZATION TEO 1931, Union League of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 1931, 60pp, very good, maroon cloth (hardcover), (Order No: 59824 ), $7.50

22. Conn, Granville P., HISTORY OF THE NEW HAMSHIRE SURGEONS IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION - [FIRST EDITION], Ira C. Evans Co., Printers, Concord, NH, 1906 1st ed, 558pp, very good, blue cloth (hardcover) clean and tight copy, Detailed biographical sketches of New Hampshire surgeions; arranged by regiments; some data on the regiments themselves [Nevins; CIVIL WAR BOOKS: I, 72]. Very nice clean and tight copy., (Order No: 56470 ), $150.00

23. Conyers, Marshall, AMONGST IMMORTALS RAGING - GETTYSBURG'S THIRD DAY BEGINS, Pelican Publishing Company, Gretna, LA, 2007, 111pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 9781589804685 The story of Gettysburg's third day as never before told. Written in prose poetry form, the book is a lyrical portal through which readers might stand shoulder to shoulder with the valiant men who shaped July3, 1863, with their bravery and blood., (Order No: 56232 ), $7.50

24. Davis, George W.; Perry, Leslie J.; Kirkley, Joseph W.; and Alger, Russell A., THE WAR OF THE REBELLION: A COMPILATION OF THE OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES - SERIES I, VOL LII, PART II, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1898, 928pp, good++, blue cloth (hardcover) nice clean and tight copy, A single volume only from this massive set - SERIES I - VOLUME LII - IN TWO PARTS. PART II - CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE, ETC., (Order No: 48317 ), $25.00

25. Deane, Frank Putnam (compiled and edited by), "MY DEAR WIFE..." THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF DAVID BRETT, 9TH MASSACHUSETTS BATTERY, UNION CANNONEER, Pioneer Press, Little Rock, AR, (1964), 137pp, fine w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), "Volume I - Soldier's Letters of Great Strife.", (Order No: 59832 ), $7.50

26. DeRamus, Betty, FORBIDDEN FRUIT: LOVE STORIES FROM THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD, Atria Books, New York, (2005), 269pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0743482638, (Order No: 63155 ), $5.00

27. Downey, Fairfax, STORMING OF THE GATEWAY: CHATTANOOGA, 1863, David McKay Company, Inc., New York, (1960), B&W illustrations, 303pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), The story of the Chattanooga campaign., (Order No: 27235 ), $6.00

28. Duke, Basil Wilson (1838-1916), REMINISCENCES OF GENERAL BASIL W. DUKE, C.S.A. - NICE COPY OF THE FIRST EDITION, Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, 1911, 511pp, very good, light tan cloth (hardcover), Originally published as a series of newpaper articles for the HOME AND FARM in Louisville, KY, this exceptionally fine memoir of Confederate cavalry operations in the West is often consulted and widely quoted. Nevin: CIVIL WAR BOOKS: A CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY, Volume I, page 83. Howes D-549. "Monday morning copy" with no portrait ever bound in., (Order No: 39609 ), $175.00

29. Edom, Clifton C. (compiled, edited and written by), MISSOURI SKETCH BOOK: A COLLECTION OF WORDS AND PICTURES OF THE CIVIL WAR, Lucas Brothers, Publisher, Columbia, MO, (1963), sepia toned illustrations, 163pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 62418 ), $10.00

30. Evans, David (compiled and edited by) (based on an idea by Tom Broadfoot), RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS: TRUE STORIES OF AMERICA'S CIVIL WAR, Broadfoot Publishing Company, Wilmington, NC, 2001, B&W illustrations, 339pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1568373929 A collection of 99 true stories of caring and compassion that took place both on and off the battlefield., (Order No: 46238 ), $8.00

31. Fite, Emerson David, SOCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS IN THE NORTH DURING THE CIVIL WAR, Corner House Publishers, Williamstown, MA, 1976, 318pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0879280700 Originally published in 1910, Fite's book is a scholarly and objective survey of the effects of the Civil War on economic and social life in the North. Prof. Fite describes what the people behind the lines were doing-their occupations, their personal interests and pleasures, their various involvements. He analyzes industrial and agricultural growth and the effects of the war on all aspects of business and commerce., (Order No: 14112 ), $5.00

32. Gates, Betsey (compiled and edited by), THE COLTON LETTERS - CIVIL WAR PERIOD 1861-1865, McLane Publications, Scottsdale, AZ, (1993) 1st ed, 393pp, fine w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1881502015 More than 200 authentic letters provide a rare glimpse into the everyday lives of an Ohio family, caught up in one of the most tragic periods in our country's history., (Order No: 55774 ), $10.00

33. Gingrich, Newt and Forstchen, William R.; Hanser, Albert S. (contributing editor), GETTYSBURG: A NOVEL OF THE CIVIL WAR, St. Martin's Press, New York, (2003) 8th ptg, B&W illustrations, 463pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover) inscribed by Newt Gingrich, ISBN 031230935X This novel puts forth a highly plausible and exciting scenario of a Confederate victory in the Pennsylvania campaign of 1863. Inscribed by Newt Gingrich on the front free endpaper., (Order No: 55778 ), $22.50

34. Goss, Thomas J., THE WAR WITHIN THE UNION HIGH COMMAND - POLITICS AND GENERALSHIP DURING THE CIVIL WAR, University Press of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, (2003), 300pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0700612637, (Order No: 61843 ), $12.00

35. Greenberg, Martin H. and Pronzini, Bill (editors), A TREASURY OF CIVIL WAR STORIES, Bonanza Books, New York, (1985), 523pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 051746781X The stories collected here reflect the fascination and horror of the Civil War, yet the themes they address are universal. Contributors include: Thomas Wolfe, William Faulkner, Herman Melville, O. Henry, Stephen Crane, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Mark Twain, Stephen Vincent Benet, and many more., (Order No: 16217 ), $5.00

36. Hall, Henry and Hall, James, CAYUGA IN THE FIELD. A RECORD OF THE 19TH N. Y. VOLUNTEERS, ALL THE BATTERIES OF THE 3D NEW YORK ARTILLERY, AND..., Truair, Smith & Co., Auburn, NY, 1873 1st ed, very good, rebound in brown cloth, new endpapers (hardcover), "... 75TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS, Comprising an Account of Their Organization, Camp Life, Marches, Battles, Losses, Toils and Triumphs in the War for the Union, with Complete Rolls of Their Members." First section covers the 3rd NEW YORK ARTILLERY, 316pp; followed by A RECORD OF THE 75th N.Y. VOLUNTEERS, 269pp. Treats the coastal campaigns from North Carolina to Louisiana. Uncommon., (Order No: 55385 ), $275.00

37. Hamilton, Henry S., REMINISCENCES OF A VETERAN, Republican Press Association, Concord, NH, 1897 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 180pp, good, red cloth (hardcover) light edgewear, Author, born about 1836 in England, came to the US and joined the Army, first in the West and then during the Civil War. A member of the band in the Third Regiment New Hamphire National Guard, he was mustered out in early 1862 and married and settled in NH., (Order No: 52188 ), $65.00

38. Hankinson, Alan, VICKSBURG 1863: GRANT CLEARS THE MISSISSIPPI - PRAEGER ILLUSTRATED MILITARY HISTORY SERIES, Praeger, Westport, CT, (2004), B&W and color illustrations, 96pp, fine, pictorial boards (hardcover), ISBN 0275984419, (Order No: 52431 ), $7.50

39. Hay, Jacob, THE MINDLEBERG PAPERS: AN IRREVERENT, MALICIOUS SPOOF OF THE CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL MADNESS - A NOVEL, The Macmillan Company, New York, (1964) 1st ptg, 215pp, good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), "For readers fed up to their campaign hats with the peculiar contemporary madness engendered by the solemn celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the Civil War (the War Between the States, that is), here is a zany, outrageously funny tale of a Dixie centennial that threatened to secede from history.", (Order No: 25080 ), $5.00

40. Haynes, Martin A. (Private of Company I), HISTORY OF THE SECOND REGIMENT NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS: ITS CAMPS, MARCHES AND BATTLES, Charles F Livingston Printer, Manchester, NH, 1865, 224pp, good+, original cloth new spine w/orig laid back on (hardcover), "One of the better-written personal narratives; Haynes had a keen sense of observation and included many personal experiences in this unit history." Nevins, CIVIL WAR BOOKS: A CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY, Volume I, page 102. Nice clean and tight copy. We had our binder rebuild the book block with a new cloth spine with the original laid back on., (Order No: 40437 ), $150.00

41. Head, Natt (Adjutant General), REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR THE YEAR ENDING MAY 20, 1865: VOLUME I AND VOLUME II, Amos Hadley, State Printer, Concord, NH, 1865, good+, wraps (softcover), Volume I, 747pp; and, Volume II, 856pp. Bound in original printers wraps. These volumes cover the statistics of the New Hampshire regiments in the Civil War. A nice clean and tight set., (Order No: 52944 ), $185.00

42. Head, Natt (Adjutant, Inspector and Quartermaster General), REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 1, 1867, George E Jenks State Printer, Concord, NH, 1867, 123pp, good, dark brown cloth (hardcover), Further statistics on the men, units and regiments of New Hampshire men in the War Between the States., (Order No: 56635 ), $60.00

43. Hess, Earl J. (edited by), A GERMAN IN THE FATHERLAND - THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF HENRY A. KIRCHER, Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, (1983), 169pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0873382897 "Fighting for the Union, was for Henry Kircheer and his comrades in arms, fighting for 'the Fatherland.' They were German speaking soldiers in the Northern army, immigrants and sons of immigrants from the German communities of the Midwest. For them the Civil War was, among other things, a process of Americanization." A fascinating first hand account of the Civil War., (Order No: 50713 ), $11.00

44. Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, ARMY LIFE IN A BLACK REGIMENT, Corner House Publishers, Williamstown, MA, 1984 2nd ptg, 296pp, fine w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0879280220 In this famed volume originally published in 1870, a white Union officer records his highly successful and personally rewarding experiences as the officer in command of an all-black regiment-the First South Carolina Volunteers., (Order No: 13606 ), $5.00

45. Hough, Alfred Lacey (edited by Robert G. Athearn) (introduction by John Newbold Hough), SOLDIER IN THE WEST - THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF ALFRED LACEY HOUGH, Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, PA, (1957), 250pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover) owner's name, In his letters to this wife, Hough - who achieved the rank of captain and then brevet lieutenant colonel - revealed his complete devotion to Northern war aims, for he was an ardent champion of the Union cause., (Order No: 48100 ), $7.50

46. Jacobs, Lee (compiled by), CRY HEART, John Culler & Sons, Camden, SC, (1995), B&W illustrations, 424pp, good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1887269061 Personal Experiences of the War Between the States, From the Confederate Soldiers on the Line, the Officers, and the Civilians Who Lived It!, (Order No: 37967 ), $6.50

47. John, Evan, ATLANTIC IMPACT 1861: ENGLAND VS. AMERICA IN THE CIVIL WAR, G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, (1952), B&W illustrations, 296pp, good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), Vivid account of the famous TRENT case and its repercussions on Anglo-American relations., (Order No: 16888 ), $5.00

48. Kent, Charles N., HISTORY OF THE SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT, NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, 1862-1863 - [FIRST EDITION], The Rumford Press, Concord, NH, 1898 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 325pp, good++, blue cloth (hardcover) light edgewear, A padded history of a regiment that never left New Hampshire's borders. [Nevins; CIVIL WAR BOOKS: I, 117]. Clean and tight copy with some very light edgewear to the blue cloth., (Order No: 56476 ), $100.00

49. Kimmel, Stanley, MR. DAVIS'S RICHMOND, Bramhall House, New York, orig pub 1958, over 200 B&W illustrations, 214pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), "The story of the Capital of the Confederacy from Jefferson Davis's arrival to the end of the war.", (Order No: 2911 ), $8.00

50. King, W. C., and Derby, W. P. (compiled by), CAMP-FIRE SKETCHES AND BATTLEFIELD ECHOES OF 61-65 - AN EXCEPTIONALLY NICE COPY, King, Richardson & Co., Springfield, MA, 1889, B&W illustrations, 624pp, very good+, decorated tan cloth (hardcover), "One of the better books of adventure and sometimes-true sketches of life in camp and on the battlefield; suffers from the usual exaggeration found in such volumes." CIVIL WAR BOOKS: A CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY; Allen Nevins; Volume II, Page 18., (Order No: 54810 ), $75.00

51. Konstam, Angus, HAMPTON ROADS 1862: FIRST CLASH OF THE IRONCLADS - PRAEGER ILLUSTRATED MILITARY HISTORY SERIES, Praeger, Westport, CT, (2004), B&W and color illustrations, 96pp, fine, pictorial boards (hardcover), ISBN 0275984486, (Order No: 52435 ), $7.50

52. Le Duc, William G., RECOLLECTIONS OF A CIVIL WAR QUARTERMASTER: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF WILLIAM G. LE DUC, The North Central Pub. Co., St. Paul, MN, (1963), 167pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 4765 ), $7.00

53. Lewis, John H., RECOLLECTIONS FROM 1860 TO 1865, Morningside House, Inc., Dayton, OH, (1983), B&W illustrations, 92pp, very good, gray cloth (hardcover), ISBN 0890290741 With Incidents of Camp Life, Descriptions of Battles, The Life of the Southern Soldier, His Hardships and Sufferings, and the Life of a Prisoner of War in the Northern Prisons. Originally published by Peake & Company of Washington, D.C. in 1895, this slender volume accurately depicts the Battle of Gettysburg., (Order No: 35308 ), $35.00

54. Livermore, Thomas L., HISTORY OF THE EIGHTEENTH NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS 1864-5 - [FIRST EDITION], The Fort Hill Press, Boston, MA, 1904 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 124pp, good, blue cloth (hardcover) some spotting to boards, Col. Livermore used the diaries of six men in preparing this brief summary, but the bulk of the text came from the OFFICIAL RECORDS... [Nevins; CIVIL WAR BOOKS: I, 121], (Order No: 56477 ), $100.00

55. Loving, Jerome M. (edited by) (foreword by Gay Wilson Allen), CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON WHITMAN, Duke University Press, Durham, NC, 1975, 173pp, very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0822303310 Edited primarily with regard to the impact the war had on Walt Whitman, brother of the letters author., (Order No: 59833 ), $6.00

56. Marquis, Greg, IN ARMAGEDDON'S SHADOW: THE CIVIL WAR AND CANADA'S MARITIME PROVINCES, McGill-Queen's Univ. Press, Montreal, Canada, (1998), 389pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover) owner's name, ISBN 0773517928 Explores the shadow cast on Canada's Maritimes and its people by the American Civil War., (Order No: 58426 ), $12.00

57. McGregor, Charles, HISTORY OF THE FIFTEENTH REGIMENT NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS 1862-1863, Fifteenth Regiment Assn., n.p., 1900 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 624pp, very good, blue cloth (hardcover) nice clean and tight copy, "A photograph-laden study that is half statistical and half narrative; several primary sources were used in the diary-like presentation; the 15th New Hampshire spent its one year of service in Louisiana." Nevins, CIVIL WAR BOOKS, Volume I, page 125., (Order No: 60033 ), $115.00

58. McPherson, James M. (editor), BATTLE CHRONICLES OF THE CIVIL WAR 1863, Grey Castle Press, Lakeville, CT, (1989), B&W illustrations, 239pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1559050233, (Order No: 56665 ), $15.00

59. McPherson, James M. (editor), BATTLE CHRONICLES OF THE CIVIL WAR 1864, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, (1989), B&W illustrations, 208pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0028972740, (Order No: 56666 ), $20.00

60. McPherson, James M. (editor), BATTLE CHRONICLES OF THE CIVIL WAR 1865, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, (1989), B&W illustrations, 159pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0028972759, (Order No: 56667 ), $20.00

61. McPherson, James M. (editor), BATTLE CHRONICLES OF THE CIVIL WAR: LEADERS - INDEX, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, (1989), B&W illustrations, 215pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0028972767, (Order No: 56668 ), $15.00

62. Meredith, Roy, STORM OVER SUMTER: THE OPENING ENGAGEMENT OF THE CIVIL WAR, Simon and Schuster, New York, 1957 1st ptg, B&W illustrations, 214pp, good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 4922 ), $5.00

63. Merideth, Lee W. (compiled by), GUIDE TO CIVIL WAR PERIODICALS: VOLUME I, 1991 - THE COMPLETE INDEX TO SIX POPULAR CIVIL WAR MAGAZINES, Historical Indexes, Twentynine Palms, CA, 1991, 356pp, very good, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0962623717 Included in this index are: AMERICA'S CIVIL WAR MAGAZINE; CIVIL WAR MAGAZINE; BLUE AND GRAY MAGAZINE; CIVIL WAR TIMES ILLUSTRATED; GETTYSBURG MAGAZINE; and MILITARY HISTORY (Civil War Related); plus, MORNINGSIDE NOTES., (Order No: 21020 ), $16.50

64. Miers, Earl Schenck (ed), NEW JERSEY AND THE CIVIL WAR: AN ALBUM OF CONTEMPORY ACCOUNTS, D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc., Princeton, NJ, 1964, 135pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), Volume 2 of The New Jersey Historical Series., (Order No: 3169 ), $6.00

65. Morgan, Murray, DIXIE RAIDER: THE SAGA OF THE C. S. S. SHENANDOAH, E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., New York, 1948 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 336pp, good+ w/chipped dustjacket (hardcover), The unparalleled career of the Confederate States raider SHENANDOAH is one of the strangest and most dramatic in the annals of naval warfare. In this vivid, authentic book Mr. Morgan tells the whole saga as it has never been told before., (Order No: 53796 ), $12.50

66. Morss, Christopher (edited by), HELENA TO VICKSBURG: A CIVIL WAR ODYSSEY, Heritage House, Publishers, Lincoln Center, MA, (2000) 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 341pp, fine w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 188206349X THE PERSONAL DIARY OF JOSHUA WHITTINGTON UNDERHILL, SURGEON, 46TH REGIMENT, INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, 23 OCTOBER 1862 - 21 JULY 1863. Underhill was a perceptive and literate man some of whose observations and descriptions are superb. The family connection brings a special fascination to this diary, and certainly it is one more piece of the mosaic in reconstructing life during the Civil War., (Order No: 49483 ), $65.00

67. Naylor, Colin T., CIVIL WAR DAYS IN A COUNTRY VILLAGE -- [PEEKSKILL, NEW YORK], Highland Press, Peekskill, NY, 1961 1st ed, B&W and color illustrations, 122pp, good+, gray cloth (hardcover), An overall story of the participation of the local men of Peekskill and Cortlandtown, New York in the Civil War., (Order No: 61871 ), $30.00

68. Osborne, Seward R. (edited by), THE CIVIL WAR DIARIES OF COL. THEODORE B. GATES, 20TH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA, Longstreet House, Hightstown, NJ, 1991, B&W illustrations, 179pp, fine, blue cloth (hardcover), ISBN 09444413218, (Order No: 60436 ), $20.00

69. Parker, Francis J., THE STORY OF THE THIRTY-SECOND REGIMENT MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY, C. W. Calkins & Co., Publ., Boston, MA, 1880, 260pp, good, brown cloth (hardcover) edgewear to cloth, "Whence it Came; Where it Went; What it Saw; and What it Did." Parker's service ended in 1862; but he continued his account through the course of the war; a typical unit history. Nevins, CIVIL WAR BOOKS, Vol. I, page 142., (Order No: 55384 ), $150.00

70. Parker, Thomas H., HISTORY OF THE 51ST REGIMENT OF P.V. AND V.V. - [FIFTY-FIRST REGIMENT OF PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS AND VETERAN VOLUNTEERS], King & Baird, Printers, Philadelphia, PA, 1869 1st ed, 703pp, good, green cloth (hardcover) corner and edgewear to cloth, "From its organization at Camp Curtin, Harrisburg, Pa., in 1861, to its being mustered out of the United States Service at Alexandria, Va., July 27th, 1865.", (Order No: 60435 ), $125.00

71. Passo, Sam; and Crane, Bill J., THE FIRST FLAG ON THE SUMMIT: HISTORY OF THE 15TH INDIANA CIVIL WAR REGIMENT, AuthorHouse, n.p., n.d., B&W illustrations, 242pp, fine, wraps (softcover), ISBN 9781434399625, (Order No: 60364 ), $15.00

72. Powell, Wm. H. (Colonel, US Army) (compiled from the official records by), LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES FROM 1779 TO 1900, L. R. Hamersly & Co., New York, 1900, 863pp, ads, very good, blue/green cloth (hardcover) light fading to cloth, "Embracing a Register of all Appointments by the President of the United States in the Volunteer Service During the Civil War and of Volunteer Officers in the Service of the United States June 1, 1900." Includes General Officers of the Continental Army of the Revolution, and Appointments 1861-65., (Order No: 50815 ), $250.00

73. Prepared by a Committee of the Survivors, HISTORY OF THE TWELFTH REGIMENT RHODE ISLAND VOLUNTEERS IN THE CIVIL WAR 1862-1863 - [FIRST EDITION], Snow & Farnham, Printers, Providence, RI, 1904, B&W illustrations, 394pp, very good, blue cloth (hardcover), Contains some personal reminiscences, statistics, and previously published material relative to the regiments's ten-month service in Virginia and Kentucky. Nevins CIVIL WAR BOOKS, Volume I, page 151. A nice clean and tight copy that at one time was in a historical society library with withdrawn bookplate only. Some faint spotting on spine and boards., (Order No: 57742 ), $175.00

74. Raymond, Samuel (compiled by), THE RECORD OF ANDOVER DURING THE REBELLION - MEMORIAL VOLUME - ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS, Warren F. Draper, Printer, Andover, MA, 1875, 232pp, good, brown cloth (hardcover) wear to spines and board edges, This record includes: Personal Army Records; lists by regiments with engagements and time periods; bounties paid; and much more., (Order No: 46779 ), $60.00

75. Reed, Rowena, COMBINED OPERATIONS IN THE CIVIL WAR, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD, (1978), B&W illustrations, 468pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0870211226 The first full account of Federal combined operations during the Civil War. The early combined operations were improvised and tentative; but by the end of the war, amphibious warfare had evolved into a sophisticated tool of conquest., (Order No: 4011 ), $6.50

76. Ross, Fitzgerald (edited by Richard Barksdale Harwell), CITIES AND CAMPS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES, University of Illinois Press, Urbana, IL, 1958, B&W illustrations, 262pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), The South at war--in its cities and camps--is reported by FitzGerald Ross, an English cavalry captain in the Austrian Hussars, in one of the most informative of the relatively few inclusive records left by outside observers of the Confederacy in its own time., (Order No: 38797 ), $10.00

77. Rutherford, Mildred Lewis, ANDERSONVILLE PRISON AND CAPTAIN HENRY WIRZ TRIAL -- FACTS AND FIGURES VS. MYTHS AND MISREPRESENTATIONS, orig pub 1921, B&W illustrations, 60pp, good, wraps (softcover), (Order No: 63200 ), $7.50

78. Santvoord, C. Van, THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTIETH REGIMENT NEW YORK STATE VOLUNTEERS: A NARRATIVE OF ITS SERVICES IN THE WAR FOR THE UNION, Hope Farm Press, Saugerties, NY, 1997, 328pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), ISBN 0910746559 First published in 1894., (Order No: 61690 ), $20.00

79. Schnurr, John, SOLDIER BOY, Noble House, Baltimore, MD, (1998), 185pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 1561674281 A historical novel about a nineteen-year old boy from Wisconsin who joins one of the first companies in the Union Army from the northwest., (Order No: 61044 ), $12.50

80. Schultz, Duane, THE DAHLGREN AFFAIR: TERROR AND CONSPIRACY IN THE CIVIL WAR, W. W. Norton & Company, New York, (1998) 1st ed, 298pp, fine w/fine dustjacket, review press release laid in, ISBN 0393046621 March 5, 1864, was the day the Civil War changed, to become what the Richmond Examiner called "a war of extermination, of indiscriminate slaughter and plunder." It changed because of a few sheets of paper found on a muddy trail outside of Richmond. Here is the first full-length analysis of the link between this Confederate campaign of terror and the events that led up to Dahlgren's failed raid., (Order No: 18745 ), $5.00

81. Selfridge, Thomas O. (with a new introduction by William N. Still), WHAT FINER TRADITION: THE MEMOIRS OF THOMAS O. SELFRIDGE, JR., REAR ADMIRAL, U.S.N., Univ. of South Carolina Pr., Columbia, SC, (1987), B&W frontis, 288pp, fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0872495078 Thomas O. Selfridge, Jr. was the only one of the six Monitor commanders to write his memoirs. His eye-witness accounts are unique and especially vivid., (Order No: 45139 ), $8.50

82. Sideman, Belle Becker and Friedman, Lillian (edited by), EUROPE LOOKS AT THE CIVIL WAR, The Orion Press, New York, (1960) 1st ptg, 323pp, good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), (Order No: 62268 ), $5.00

83. Smith, Edward P., Rev. (Field Secretary of the Commission), INCIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES CHRISTIAN COMMISSION - (ORIGINAL TITLE - INCIDENTS AMONG SHOT AND SHELL), J. B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1869, great B&W illustrations, 512pp, very good, maroon cloth (hardcover) EXCEPTIONALLY NICE COPY, First published in 1868 under the title INCIDENTS AMONG SHOT AND SHELL, and reissued a year later under this more "peaceful title." "The only authentic work extant giving the many tragic and touching incidents that came under the notice of the United States Christian Commission during the long years of the Civil War." Nevins, CIVIL WAR BOOKS: A CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY, Volume II, Page 135. An interesting collection of soldier's anecdotal accounts throughout the war as gathered by the commission. Offered is an exceptionally nice clean, tight and bright copy., (Order No: 47350 ), $100.00

84. Sobol, Donald J. (edited by), A CIVIL WAR SAMPLER, Franklin Watts, Inc., New York, (1961) 1st ptg, ill. by Henry S. Gillette, 202pp, good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), The stirring story of the Civil War, presented through a chronological sampling of contemporary military orders; speeches; letters; poems; eye-witness accounts of battles, prisons, and hospitals; autobiographical excerpts; and other relevant material., (Order No: 32219 ), $7.50

85. Spears, Jack, THE CIVIL WAR ON THE SCREEN AND OTHER ESSAYS, A.S. Barnes and Company, Cranbury, NJ, (1977), B&W illustrations, 240pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0498017281 Here Hollywood's colorful treatament of the most tragic period in American history is traced in fascinating detail. From D. W. Griffith's monumental THE BIRTH OF A NATION to Clark Gable's picaresque Captain Rhett Butler of GONE WITH THE WIND, Jack Spears nostalgically recaptures the romance of dozens of Civil War movies. Contains a treasury of rare stills and photographs, as well as complete filmographies of one hundred Civil War motion pictures and the films of Alla Nazimova and Louis Wolheim., (Order No: 16074 ), $10.00

86. Stampp, Kenneth M., THE IMPERILED UNION: ESSAYS ON THE BACKGROUND OF THE CIVIL WAR, Oxford University Press, New York, 1980, 320pp, very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover), ISBN 0195026810 The essays collected here represent the summation of Stampp's thinking about the issues and events that produced the American Civil War., (Order No: 37147 ), $7.50

87. Stanyan, John M., A HISTORY OF THE EIGHTH REGIMENT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS ... "THE OLD EIGHTH.", Ira C. Evans, Printer, Concord, NH, 1892, B&W illustrations, 583pp, very good, blue cloth (hardcover) 3 private library marks, "... INCLUDING ITS SERVICE AS INFANTRY, SECOND N.H. CAVALRY, AND VETERAN BATTALLION IN THE CIVIL WAR OF 1861-1865, COVERING A PERIOD OF THREE YEARS, TEN MONTHS, AND NINETEEN DAYS." Contents include: Names and Dates of Battles and Principal Actions; History of Battles and Actions; and Roster, and much more. Includes excepts from diaries and letters which in addition throw some light on the regiment's activities in Louisiana. Nevins, CIVIL WAR BOOKS: A CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY Volume I, Page 162. An exceptionally nice clean and tight copy that was in the private library of a military organization with a spine mark and bookplates a few small stamps. Appears to have never been much used., (Order No: 52073 ), $150.00

88. Starr, Stephen Z., THE UNION CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR - VOLUME I, VOLUME II, AND VOLUME III - THREE VOLUME SET COMPLETE, Louisiana State Univ. Press, Baton Rouge, very good w/good dustjackets (hardcover), ISBN 0807104841 Volume I, FROM FORT SUMTER TO GETTYSBURG, (1979), 507pp; ISBN 0807108596 Volume II, THE WAR IN THE EAST FROM GETTYSBURG TO APPOMATTOX 1863-1865, (1981), 526pp; ISBN 0807112097 Volume III, THE WAR IN THE WEST 1861-1865, (1985), 616pp. Offered as a set only., (Order No: 21290 ), $30.00

89. Steinmetz, Lee (edited by), THE POETRY OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR, Michigan State University Pr, MI, (1960), 264pp, very good w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover), This anthology attempts to present, for the first time, a comprehensive view of American Civil War poetry written and published in America at the time of the conflict., (Order No: 35646 ), $7.50

90. Stern, Philip Van Doren (edited, with an introduction and notes, by) (sketches by Charles W. Reed and William L. Sheppard), SOLDIER LIFE IN THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES, Bonanza Books, New York, orig pub 1961, B&W illustrations, 400pp, very good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover), Essential for an understanding of what the Civil War was really like, this book is a key to the way American soldiers behaved, thought, and acted a century ago., (Order No: 44336 ), $6.00

91. Stern, Philip Van Doren, THE CONFEDERATE NAVY: A PICTORIAL HISTORY, Bonanza Books, New York, (1962), B&W illustrations, 256pp, very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), "Tells the story of the Civil War as it was fought at sea.", (Order No: 56675 ), $8.00

92. Stewart, Frank H. (compiled and edited by), GLOUCESTER COUNTY IN THE CIVIL WAR - VOLUME II SECTION I, Gloucester County Hist. Soc., Woodbury, NJ, n.d., 96pp, very good, wraps (softcover), Reprinted from "The Constitution" April 16, 1941 to February 11, 1942., (Order No: 41485 ), $15.00

93. Strong, Robert Hale (edited by Ashley Halsey), A YANKEE PRIVATE'S CIVIL WAR, Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, IL, 1961 2nd ptg, B&W illustrations, 218pp, very good w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover) inscribed by the editor, After a century of silence a Union Infantryman speaks from the yellowed, dusty pages of notes hastily scrawled under fire or written by the light of campfires, to give us a vivid, firsthand account of our country's Civil War., (Order No: 43040 ), $6.00

94. Strother, Horatio T., THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD IN CONNECTICUT, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, (1969) 2nd ptg, B&W illustrations, 262pp, very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover), First published in 1962. Here are the engrossing facts about one of the least-known movements in Connecticut's history - the rise, organization, and operation of the Underground Railroad. The author traces the routes of the fugitive slaves through such entry points as New Haven and the New York line, through important crossroads like Brooklyn and Farmington, to havens farther along the road to Canada., (Order No: 1459 ), $30.00

95. The Union League of Philadelphia, THE UNION LEAGUE OF PHILADELPHIA 1907 - OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS ELECTED DECEMBER 9, 1907 ..., Union League of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 1907, 159pp, good, black cloth (hardcover), The Leagues' annual report., (Order No: 59828 ), $25.00

96. The Union League of Philadelphia, THE UNION LEAGUE OF PHILADELPHIA 1910 - OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS ELECTED DECEMBER 12, 1910 ..., Union League of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 1910, 142pp, good++, green cloth (hardcover), The League's annual report., (Order No: 59830 ), $25.00

97. Townsend, Luther Tracy, HISTORY OF THE SIXTEENTH REGIMENT, NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS, Norman T. Elliot, Publisher, Washington, DC, 1897 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 574pp, very good, maroon cloth (hardcover) fade to spine SEE NOTE, Nice Clean and Tight Copy, bookplate removed from the front pastedown. Written from the adjutant's viewpoint, this full history of a year's duty in Louisiana also contains over twoscore sketches and drawings. Nevins, CIVIL WAR BOOKS, Volume I, page 170., (Order No: 60094 ), $100.00

98. Union League of Philadelphia, BANQUET GIVEN BY THE MEMBERS OF THE UNION LEAGUE CLUB OF 1863 AND 1864 - THE UNION LEAGUE CLUB: 125TH ANNIVERSARY 1863-1988, Union League of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 1988, 64pp, very good+, wraps (softcover), The banquet was held "To Commemorate the Departure for the Seat of War of the Twentieth Regiment of United States Colored Troops Raised by the Club," This booklet is a reproduction of the Proceedings of the Union League Club Banquet held March 16, 1886. The text of the booklet provides much detail on the "Colored Troup Regiment.", (Order No: 59827 ), $30.00

99. Wade, B. F.; and, Gooch, D. W., FORT PILLOW MASSACRE AND RETURNED PRISONERS - TWO REPORTS BOUND IN ONE, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1864, B&W illustrations, good+, black cloth (hardcover), Two Civil War Senate Reports bound together. 38th Congress, 1st Session, Report Committee 63, FORT PILLOW MASSACRE, 128pp; and, 38th Congress, 1st Session, Report Committee No. 68, RETURNED PRISONERS, 34 pages followed by 4 plates with two illustrations each of prisoners as found in prison., (Order No: 49459 ), $60.00

100. Waite, Otis F. R., NEW HAMPSHIRE IN THE GREAT REBELLION IN THE CIVIL WAR OF 1861-65, Tracy, Chase & Company, Claremont, NH, 1870 1st ed, B&W illustrations, 608pp, good++, full calf leather (hardcover) clean and tight copy, "Containing Histories of the Several New Hampshire Regiments, and Biographical Notices of Many of the Prominent Actors." Nice clean and tight copy in full calf leather with some light edgewear and small rubbing on rear board., (Order No: 52338 ), $125.00

101. Weld, Philip S. (re-published under the initiative of), WAR DIARY AND LETTERS OF STEPHEN MINOT WELD 1861-1865 - SECOND EDITION, Massachusetts Historical Soc, Boston, MA, 1979, 433pp, fine, blue cloth (hardcover), First published in 1912., (Order No: 59293 ), $20.00

102. White, Henry Alexander, STONEWALL JACKSON, George W. Jacobs & Company, Philadelphia, PA, (1909), B&W frontis, map, 378pp, good+, blue cloth, teg (hardcover) EX-LIB w/usual markings, "The present biography of Stonewall Jackson is based upon an examination of original sources, as far as these are available. The accounts of Jackson's early life and of the development of his personal character are drawn, for the most part, from Doctor Robert L. Dabney's biography and from Jackson's LIFE AND LETTERS, by Mrs. Jackson. The OFFICIAL RECORDS of the war, of course, constitute the main source of the account here given of Jackson's military operations.", (Order No: 38796 ), $15.00

103. Wilbur, La Fayette, EARLY HISTORY OF VERMONT: VOLUME III AND VOLUME IV ONLY, Roscoe Printing House, Jericho, VT, good, black cloth (hardcover) EX-LIB signed by the author, Volume III, 1902, 397pp; Contents of this volume partially includes: Aggression on the Northern Frontier from 1791 to 1798 and Vermont's part; Legislation and Internal Affairs of Vermont fdrom 1791 to 1808, and from 1808 to 1836; British Aggression and the Cause of the War of 1812; Vermont in the War of 1812-1814; Claims of Indians to Land in Vermont; and much more. Volume IV, 1903, 463pp; this volume from page 173 on covers all aspects of Vermont in the American Civil War, the regiments, brigades, etc., (Order No: 53441 ), $150.00

104. Winschel, Terrence J.; Burden, Jeffry C.; and Stanbery, Jim, CIVIL WAR REGIMENTS: VOLUME TWO, NUMBER ONE - VICKSBURG: FIRST HONOR AT VICKSBURG, INTO THE BREACH, AND A FAILURE OF COMMAND, Regimental Studies, Inc., Campbell, CA, (1992), 94pp, fine, wraps (softcover), "A Journal of the American Civil War." This issue features articles on Vicksburg, including: THE FIRST HONOR AT VICKSBURG: THE 1st BATTALION, 13th U.S. INFANTRY by Terrence J. Winschel; INTO THE BREACH: THE 22nd IOWA AT THE RAILROAD REDOUBT by Jeffry C. Burden; and, A FAILURE OF COMMAND: THE CONFEDERATE LOSS OF VICKSBURG, by Jim Stanbery., (Order No: 51930 ), $15.00

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