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Yesterday’s Muse Books ITEM 65 ITEM 7 ITEM 83 ITEM 85 THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR 101 Items, Mainly from the Confederate Perspective PLEASE DIRECT ORDERS TO: Yesterday’s Muse Books 32 W Main St - Ste 1 Webster, NY USA 14580 Office: (585) 265-9295 Mobile: (585) 402-3098 [email protected] www.websterbookstore.com Terms: All items subject to prior sale. Unless other arrangements have been made prior to purchase, payment is expected with your order and may be made by check, money order, credit card (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express), or PayPal direct transfer. Institutions may request to pay on invoice. Returns will be accepted for any reason within 10 days of receipt, prior notice is appreciated. Our usual trade courtesies extended. Shipping: Orders shipped with tracking included, by USPS Media Mail, USPS Priority Mail, or FedEx Ground at the discretion of the customer, and charged at cost (international shipment available - please inquire for quote). To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 1. [Alabama] Boyd, Charles E. The Devil’s Den: A History of the 44th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment Confederate States Army (1862-1865) Banner Press, 1987. First edition. 120 pp., plus unit roster, bibliography, and index. Also includes several photographs, and maps of the Battle of Gettysburg and the Gettysburg Campaign. Devil’s Den refers to the Union sharpshooter location the 44th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment secured to allow a Confederate attack at Little Round Top. Fine. $195 2. [Alabama] Fulton, William Frierson The War Reminiscences of William Frierson Fulton II, 5th Alabama Battalion, Archer’s Brigade, A.P. Hill’s Light Division, A.N.V. Butternut Press, 1986. 161 pp. High quality facsimile reprint. Begins on Chapter III, indicating portion of original was lost. An American Civil War memoir, telling of Fulton’s early life on a plantation and at college, and his enlistment and service during the war, which included the battles of Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. Includes list of members of the North Sumter Rifles. Near fine - edges faintly foxed. $50 3. [Alabama] Oates, William C.; Krick, Robert K. (Introduction) The War Between the Union and the Confederacy and Its Lost Opportunities, with a History of the 15th Alabama Regiment and the Forty-Eight Battles in which it was Engaged Dayton: Press of Morningside Bookshop, 1985. Reprint of 1905 original. xxiv, 808 pp. Includes new introduction. Firsthand accounts from the Confederate viewpoint, including: a justification of secession; opinions on why the Confederacy should have succeeded; criticisms of President Jefferson Davis, the Confederate Congress, and Confederate and Union officers; praise of fellow soldiers; author’s observations and experience as Brigadier-General in the war between the United States and Spain. Fine. $65 4. [Arkansas] Roberts, Bobby; Moneyhon, Carl Portraits of Conflict: A Photographic History of Arkansas in the Civil War (The President’s Series in Arkansas and Regional Studies, Volume Three) The University of Arkansas Press, 1987. First edition. 242 pp. Part of a series of photographic histories by Roberts & Moneyhon, depicting the experiences of various states during the American Civil War. This volume focuses on Arkansas, and includes sections on the war along the Mississippi; the naval war; Little Rock; Civil War medicine; etc., plus bibliography and index. Near fine - edges faintly foxed. $50 3 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 5. [Carolinas] Bradley, Mark L. The Battle of Bentonville: The Last Stand in the Carolinas Savas Woodbury Publishers, 1996. 2nd printing. xxii, 400 pp. An assessment of General Sherman’s Carolinas Campaign, with the Battle of Bentonville as its centerpiece, with vignettes from both the Union and Confederate points of view. Includes three dozen maps. Very good - corner of page ridge faintly stained. $22 6. [Carolinas] Caldwell, J.F.J.; Wallace, Lee A. (Editor) The History of a Brigade of South Carolinians First Known as Gregg’s and Subsequently as McGowan’s Brigade Dayton: Morningside Press, 1984. Revised edition. 326 pp. Maps on endpapers. First published in 1866. A history of Gregg’s Brigade, also known as McGowan’s Brigade. Includes the 1st South Carolina Volunteers, Orr’s Regiment of Rifles, the 12th, 13th and 14th South Carolina Volunteers. This edition includes a new introduction, notes, and index by Lee A. Wallace, Jr. Also, photographs of several commanders. Near fine. $25 7. [Carolinas] Clark, Walter (Editor) Histories of the Several Regiments and Battalions from North Carolina in the Great War 1861-65, Written by Members of the Respective Commands, in Five Volumes Broadfoot’s Bookmark, Wendell / Avera Press, 1982. Reprint of 1901 original. Includes photographs and several maps. Over 4,000 pages focusing specifically on North Carolina’s contributions to the war effort on the side of the Confederacy. Very good - lightly rubbed, page ridges faintly foxed. $225 8. [Carolinas] Dickert, D. Augustus; Hoole, Wm. Stanley (Introduction) History of Kershaw’s Brigade, with Complete Roll of Companies, Biographical Sketches, Incidents, Anecdotes, Etc. Dayton: Morningside Bookshop, 1988. High quality facsimile reprint. 583 pp. Revised edition of 1899 original, with new introduction by Wm. Stanley Hoole. Frontispiece of Lt. Col. Axalla John Hoole, to which this edition is dedicated. Appendix includes roll of Second South Carolina Volunteer Regiment. Near fine - edges faintly foxed. $40 9. [Carolinas] Iobst, Richard W.; Manarin, Louis H.; Lucas, Wade The Bloody Sixth: The Sixth North Carolina Regiment, Confederate States of America Butternut Press, 1987. Reprint of 1965 original. First hardcover edition. xv, 493 pp. A history of the Sixth North Carolina Regiment by Richard W. Iobst, with a complete roster by Louis H. Manarin, and narrative on the reactivated regiment by Wade Lucas. A comprehensive work, with alphabetical listings of soldiers with short biographies for quick and easy reference, as well as more detailed narratives for those interested in a more extensive background. Near fine - top edge lightly foxed along binding edge. $125 4 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 10. [Carolinas] Jordan, Weymouth T.; Manarin, Louis H. North Carolina Troops 1861-1865: A Roster - Ten Volume Set (III, IV, V, VI, VII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII) Raleigh: North Carolina Division of Archives and History, 1991. 2nd printing with addenda. Biographical roster of Confederate soldiers in NC regiments. Includes history of each regiment, rosters of officers and troops, and individual records of soldiers. These volumes deal with the infantry, and cover regiments: 1st-3rd, Misc. Units; 4th-8th; 11th-15th, 13th Bn.; 16th-18th, 20th-21st; 22nd-26th; 32nd-35th, 37th; 38th-39th, 42nd-44th; 45th-48th; 49th-52nd; 53rd-56th. Very good - minor tears to corners of a few jackets, edges lightly foxed. $350 11. [Carolinas] Mills, George Henry History of the 16th North Carolina Regiment (Originally 6th N.C. Regiment) in the Civil War Hamilton: Edmonston Publishing, 1992. [iv], 82 pp. Original wrappers. Reprint of 1897 serial edition, with an image of the cover of a bound copy of the original preceding text. Captain Mills, who compiled the history, fought in twenty-two of the twenty-three engagements in which the 16th North Carolina Regiment was involved. Fine. $95 12. [Carolinas] Sloan, John A. Reminiscences of the Guilford Grays, Co. B, 27th N.C. Regiment Washington, D.C.: R.O. Polkinhorn, 1978. iv, 129,  pp. Reprint of 1883 original, detailing the role of the twenty-seventh North Carolina Regiment in the American Civil War, with a roster and a chronological list of engagements. Near fine - edges lightly foxed. $20 13. [Carolinas] Wilson, Clyde N. Carolina Cavalier: The Life and Mind of James Johnston Pettigrew Athens, The University of Georgia Press, 1990. First edition. xiv, 303 pp. From the jacket flap: “Brigadier General James Johnston Pettigrew is best known as the unwavering leader of the North Carolina brigade in Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg. Before he ever donned a Confederate uniform, however, Pettigrew had already made his mark as a scientist, scholar, author, lawyer, and politician. This full-length biography of the man considered in his day as a beau ideal of the southern cavalier shows how and why Pettigrew’s life was influenced by the genteel traditions of the Old South.” Fine. $40 14. [Commanders] Crute, Joseph H. Confederate Staff Officers, 1861-1865 Derwent Books, 1982. vi, 267 pp. An alphabetical reference of Confederate staff officers, with alphabetical lists of staff under their command, plus a bibliography and a massive index. Near fine - edges lightly foxed. $40 5 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 15. [Commanders] Freeman, Douglas Southall Lee’s Lieutenants: A Study in Command, in Three Volumes New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1972. First editions. An extensive historical work focusing on the Army of Northern Virginia. Each volume covers events that occurred between the dates of significant battles. Third volume contains a fold-out map detailing the various battlegrounds. Numerous maps throughout text, full-page photos with biographical information precede text. Very good. V1 lacks ffep, hinge starting, ink stamps crossed out on edges and endpapers (not ex-lib). $295 16. [Commanders] Hassler, William Woods A.P. Hill: Lee’s Forgotten General Richmond: Garrett & Massie, 1957. First edition. xiv, 249 pp. A military biography of one of Lee’s lesser-known generals, who was at Second Manasses, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Spotsylvania, and several other notable engagements. Maps on endpapers. Inscribed without attribution & signed by author on title page. Very good - lightly soiled, front matter lightly foxed, ink bracket on one index page $50 17. [Commanders] Krick, Robert K. Lee’s Colonels: A Biographical Register of the Field Officers of the Army of Northern Virginia Dayton: Press of Morningside Bookshop, 1984. Second revised edition. 462 pp. An alphabetical reference of field officers under Lee’s command during the American Civil War, with brief accounts of service. Includes appendix of other Confederate field officers in armies other the Northern Virginia, and a list of regiments and battalions in the Army of Northern Virginia. Near fine - edges faintly foxed. $35 18. [Commanders] Robertson, James I. General A.P. Hill: The Story of a Confederate Warrior New York: Random House, 1987. First edition. xv, 382 pp. A Confederate general who ranks with Lee, Jeb Stuart, and Stonewall Jackson but whose achievements have been unfairly neglected until now, finally receives his due in this invaluable biography by a noted historian of the Civil War. Drawing extensively on newly unearthed documents, this work provides a gripping battleby-battle assessment of Hill’s role in Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, and other battles. 8 pages of photographs. Very good - edges lightly foxed. $15 19. [Commanders] Warner, Ezra J. Generals in Blue: Lives of the Union Commanders Louisiana State University Press, 1964. 1991 reprint. xxiv, 680 pp. Biographical sketches and a collection of photographs of all 583 men who attained the rank of general in the Union Army. Warner’s valuable introduction discusses the criteria for appointment and compares the civilian careers of both Union and Confederate generals, revealing striking differences in the two groups. Fine. $20 6 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 20. [Commanders] Warner, Ezra J. Generals in Gray: Lives of the Confederate Commanders Louisiana State University Press, 1988. Reprint. xxvii, 420 pp. Concise, detailed biographical sketches and photographs of all 425 Confederate generals. Near fine faint stain to margin of last few pages. $20 21. [Confederate Navy] Office of Naval Records; Knox, D.W. Register of Officers of the Confederate States Navy, 1861-1865... Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1931. 220 pp. Original wrappers. List of soldiers serving in the Confederate navy, with details of the life, assignments, and discharge of each. Very good - wrappers toned and lightly rubbed. $95 22. [Connecticut] Page, Charles D. History of the Fourteenth Regiment, Connecticut Vol. Infantry [14th Volunteers] Ron R. Van Sickle Military Books, 1987. Reprint of 1906 original. 509 pp. A history of Connecticut’s 14th regiment of volunteer infantry, illustrated with several dozen black & white photographs. Near fine - edges lightly foxed. $40 23. [Georgia] Baumgartner, Richard A.; Strayer, Larry M. Kennesaw Mountain, June 1864: Bitter Standoff at the Gibraltar of Georgia Blue Acorn Press, 1998. 205 pp. An account of the battle that was part of Sherman’s advance on Atlanta, drawn largely from firsthand accounts in letters, diaries, journals, and memoirs. Numerous photographs, several maps, notes, bibliography and index. Near fine - edges faintly foxed. $35 24. [Georgia] Thomas, Henry W.; Evans, Clement A. History of the Doles-Cook Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A. Dayton: Morningside House, 1988. x, 632 pp. Facsimile of 1903 original, with additional content. Includes section of black & white photographs, muster rolls and brief sketches of service by members of each regiment. A useful guide for the military scholar or those interested in genealogy. Near fine - edges & endpapers lightly foxed. $85 25. [Gettysburg] Georg, Kathleen R.; Busey, John W.; Martin, David G. (Editor) Nothing But Glory: Pickett’s Division at Gettysburg Hightstown: Longstreet House, 1987. First edition, limited to 1000 copies. xvii, 691 pp. The ultimate reference guide to Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg. An extensive description of the charge, the complete roster of Gen. George Pickett’s Division, a consolidated casualty report, as well as many other significant details that have been painstakingly researched by the Gettysburg park historian of 25 years. Very good - jacket edges rubbed with minimal loss from corners and a few small tears. $45 7 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 26. [Gettysburg] Patterson, B.D.; Pohl, James W.; Brown, Norman D.; Selcer, Richard F.; Simpson, Harold B. 1985 Confederate History Symposium, Hill Junior College, Hillsboro, Texas, April 20, 1985 Hill Junior College, 1985. Limited edition, number 58 of 75 copies. 119 pp. Includes an introduction, a prelude to the Battle of Gettysburg, essays on the first three days of the battle and the retreat to Virginia, and an index. Very good - faint spot on edge. $45 27. [Gettysburg] Pfanz, Harry W. Gettysburg: The First Day The University of North Carolina Press, 2001. First edition. xviii, 472 pp. From the jacket: “A deeply researched, definitive account of the events of July 1, 1863. After sketching the background of the Gettysburg campaign and recounting the events immediately preceding the battle, Pfanz offers a detailed tactical description of the first day’s fighting. He describes the engagements in McPherson Woods, at the Railroad Cuts, on Oak Ridge, on Seminary Ridge, and at Blocher’s Knoll, as well as the retreat of Union forces through Gettysburg and the Federal rally on Cemetery Hill.” Near fine - edges faintly foxed. $30 28. [Gettysburg] Pfanz, Harry W. Gettysburg: The Second Day The University of North Carolina Press, 1987. First edition. xx, 601 pp. From the jacket: “Pfanz provides a thorough account of the Confederates’ smashing assaults— at Devil’s Den and Litle Round Top, through the Wheatfield and the Peach Orchard, and against the Union center at Cemetery Ridge. He also details the Union defense that eventually succeeded in beating back these assaults, depriving Lee’s gallant army of victory. Pfanz analyzes decisions and events that have sparked debate for more than a century. In particular he discusses factors underlying the Meade-Sickles controversy and the questions about Longstreet’s delay in attacking the Union left.” 13 maps and over 80 illustrations. Near fine. $25 29. [Letters] Allen, Ujanirtus; Allen, Randall; Bohannon, Keith S. Campaigning with ‘Old Stonewall’: Confederate Captain Ujanirtus Allen’s Letters to His Wife Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1998. First edition. xi, 282 pp. Letters from the Confederate infantryman killed at Chancellorsville, who wrote twice weekly to his wife. Near fine - edges faintly foxed. $32 30. [Letters] Anderson, Isabel (Mrs. Larz) (Editor) General Nicholas Longworth Anderson: Letters and Journals - Harvard; Civil War; Washington - 1854-1892 New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1942. First thus. 320 pp. Letters and journals of the Harvard graduate who fought with the Sixth Ohio Regiment (the Guthrie Grays), and later became a statesman. These were collected and published by his son’s wife. Very good - jacket lightly foxed & toned. $75 8 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 31. [Letters] Bird, Edgeworth & Sallie; Rozier, John; Rosengarten, Theodore The Granite Farm Letters: The Civil War Correspondence of Edgeworth & Sallie Bird Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 1988. First edition. xxxvi, 330 pp. From the jacket: “Centered around a small plantation in the heart of middle Georgia’s nineteenth-century cotton culture, The Granite Farm Letters send forth from the Civil War years not simply a record of clashing armies at the front or of the fraying fabric of life at home but also the correspondence of a close-knit family--the candid love and longing of husband and wife, the warm bonds of parents and children held firm through the turbulence of war.” Very good - jacket spine faded, edges lightly foxed. $15 32. [Letters] Brown, Varina D. A Colonel at Gettysburg and Spotsylvania Baltimore: Butternut and Blue, 1990. High quality facsimile reprint of 1931 original. xvi, 333 pp. Includes several photographs and two maps (one fold-out). Comprises the correspondence and papers of Colonel Joseph Newton Brown, who fought with the South Carolinians at Gettysburg and Spotsylvania. Near fine - edges lightly foxed. $125 33. [Letters] Burgwyn, William H.S.; Schiller, Herbert M.; Sommers, Richard J. (Foreword) A Captain’s War: The Letters and Diaries of William H.S. Burgwyn, 1861-1865 White Mane, 1994. First edition. xvi, 186 pp. “Burgwyn’s diary and letters are a wonderfully detailed day-to-day account of camp life and troop movements within the 35th North Carolina Infantry. He writes vividly of the battles of Antietam and Fredericksburg. After capture and imprisonment in Fort Delaware, he poignantly describes prison life. “ - Library Journal. Very good - edges lightly foxed, jacket edges rubbed. $20 34. [Letters] Callaway, Joshua K.; Hallock, Judith Lee (Editor) The Civil War Letters of Joshua K. Callaway Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 1997. First edition. xviii, 226 pp. From the jacket: “Junior officer Joshua K. Callaway took part in some of the most critical campaigns of the Civil War. His twice-weekly letters home, written between April 1862 and November 1863, chronicle his gradual change from an ardent Confederate soldier to a weary veteran who longs to be at home.” Near fine - 1/2 inch jacket tear. $20 35. [Letters] Carter, Sidney; Lane, Bessie Mell (Editor) Dear Bet - The Carter Letters: 1861-1863; The Letters of Lieutenant Sidney Carter... to Ellen Timmons Carter Bessie Mell Lane / Keys Printing Company, 1979. xxiii, 166 pp. Original wrappers. Includes several maps, photographs, and facsimiles of original documents. Also, an excerpt from Benet’s John Brown’s Body, a foreword by Horace Fraser Rudisill, an introduction, notes, appendices featuring service records, Gettysburg Battlefield items, and Hollywood Cemetery notes, and biographical information about Carter, his wife, and Giles Carter of Virginia. Plus bibliography and index of names. Very good - lightly soiled. Matching bookmark issued upon publication laid in. $60 9 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 36. [Letters] Chamberlayne, Ham; Chamberlayne, C.G. Ham Chamberlayne - Virginian: Letters and Papers of an Artillery Officer in the War for Southern Independence, 1861-1865 Richmond, The Dietz Printing Co., 1932. Limited edition, #924 of 1000 copies. xxx, 439 pp. A collection of letters and personal papers of the Confederate artillery officer, with several dozen illustrations, chronological synopsis of Chamberlayne’s military career, and facsimiles of original documents related to ‘The Lay of the Draggled Plume’, a poem written during the war. Also includes extensive notes and index, and two maps following text (one fold-out). Near fine - lacks jacket, edges faintly foxed. $75 SIGNED COPY WITH ALS 37. [Letters] Cotton, John W.; Griffith, Lucille (Editor) Yours Till Death: Civil War Letters of John W. Cotton Birmingham: University of Alabama Press, 1951. First edition. ix, 128 pp. Wartime correspondence of an Alabama farmer who served as a private in the Confederate Army. Numerous details, including ‘his feelings about the war, his advice to his wife on running the farm, his attitude toward his officers, and his reports of living conditions, battles, commodity prices, and troop morale. Neither a Tobacco Road character nor a slave owner, John W. Cotton represents the middle class farmers who fought the battles but rarely wrote memoirs.’ (from the jacket flap) Inscribed & signed by editor, with ALS and envelope from editor tipped in on front endpaper (pictured lower right). Very good - kight stain to cover base affecting margins of just a few pages, jacket toned. $175 38. [Letters] Denoon, Charles E.; Coutier, Richard T. Charlie’s Letters: The Civil War Correspondence of Charles E. Denoon, 41st Virginia Infantry, Mahone’s Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia C.W. Historicals, 1989. Second edition. v, 126 pp. A collection of letters written by a member of the Virginia Infantry. Commentary on the Battles of Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, and Gettysburg, with a new preface for this edition, explanatory notes and introduction, appendix of numerous lists taken from Denoon’s papers, a bibliography (mainly of works pertaining to the Virginia infantry), and an index. Near fine - faint spots on wrappers. Item 37 $75 39. [Letters] Edmondson, Belle; Galbraith, William & Loretta (Editors) A Lost Heroine of the Confederacy: The Diaries and Letters of Belle Edmondson Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1990. First edition. xl, 239 pp. From the jacket: “[C]onsists of her diaries for 1863 and 1864 and the letters she received between 1861 and 1864. They document her active role behind the scenes in the Civil War and reveal her to have been a courier, a gatherer of intelligence, and a smuggler of contraband in behalf of Southern troops in West Tennessee. Of all the correspondence, the most valuable letters are those from one ‘Captain Henderson.’” Fine. $75 10 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 40. [Letters] Fitzpatrick, Marion Hill; Hammock, Henry Mansel Letters to Amanda, from Sergeant Major Marion Hill Fitzpatrick... Nashville: Champion Resources, 1982. Revised edition. [iv], 189 pp., plus epilog. A collection of letters from Confederate Sergeant Major Marion Hill Fitzpatrick to his wife. Features facsimile of an original handwritten letter. Also includes several reproductions of engravings, a facsimile of the Sergeant’s military commission paper, and photographs of Fitzpatrick and his wife. The original letters are now held by Georgia’s Department of Archives and History. Near fine. $75 41. [Letters] Fitzpatrick, Marion Hill; Lowe, Jeffrey C.; Hodges, Sam; Gallagher, Gary W. (Foreword) Letters to Amanda: The Civil War Letters of Marion Hill Fitzpatrick, Army of Northern Virginia Macon: Mercer University Press, 1999. 2nd printing. xxi, [v], 227 pp. A collection of letters from the Confederate Sergeant Major Marion Hill Fitzpatrick to his wife. Fitzpatrick was present at Seven Days, Second Manassas, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, the Overland Campaign, and Petersburg. Includes a map and a photograph of Fitzpatrick. Fine. $20 42. [Letters] Grimes, Bryan; Cowper, Pulaski; Gallagher, Gary Extracts of Letters of Major-General Bryan Grimes, to His Wife, Written While in Active Service in the Army of Northern Virginia, Together with Some Personal Recollections of the War... Compiled from Original Manuscripts Wilmington: Broadfoot Publishing Company, 1986. Facsimile of 1884 original. xv, 143 pp. A collection of letters written by the last to achieve the rank of Major-General under Lee’s command. Grimes commanded one of the last attacks of the war, which occurred on the day the Confederacy surrendered. Fine. $35 43. [Letters] King, Barrington Simeral; Galloway, Tammy Harden (Editor) Dear Old Roswell: Civil War Letters of the King Family of Roswell, Georgia Macon: Mercer University Press, 2003. First edition. [xvi], 151 pp. Letters between members of a Georgia family during the American Civil War, including Barrington S. King, a lieutenant colonel in Cobb’s Legion, as well as his father, mother, young son, and wife Bessie. Bessie’s letters provide a female perspective of events. Contains mentions of the Roswell Manufacturing Company, which the Kings owned, and which manufactured cloth for the Confederacy. Fine. $20 44. [Letters] Leverett, Charles & Mary; Taylor, Frances Wallace; Matthews, Catherine Taylor; Power, J. Tracy The Leverett Letters: Correspondence of a South Carolina Family, 1851-1868 University of South Carolina Press, 2000. First edition. 543 pp. 230 letters written before, during, and after the American Civil War by Charles Edward Leverett and wife Mary Maxcy Leverett, largely to each other, but also to other members of the family. Includes an introduction, footnotes, an appendix about the Leveretts and their contemporaries, a bibliographical essay and an extensive index. Near fine - crease down front jacket flap. $40 11 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 45. [Letters] Pardington, John H.; Lassen, Coralou Peel (Editor) Dear Sarah: Letters Home from a Soldier of the Iron Brigade Indiana University Press, 1999. First edition. xv, , 182 pp. Includes several maps, facsimiles of original documents, and a few sketches. Over 80 letters from Corporal John Pardington to his wife paint a vivid portrait of the life and everyday concerns of a Union soldier and his transformation from simple Michigan country boy to seasoned fighter. His touching love letters are made even more poignant because the reader is aware of the young soldier’s impending death at the Battle of Gettysburg. Near fine. $20 46. [Letters] Pender, William Dorsey; Hassler, William W. (Editor); Wills, Brian (Foreword) One of Lee’s Best Men: The Civil War Letters of General William Dorsey Pender Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1999. First thus. Original wrappers. xviii, 271 pp. Includes new foreword written for this edition. From the cover: “First published by UNC Press in 1965, Pender’s letters are filled with personal details, colorful descriptions, and candid opinions of such important figures as Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, J. E. B. Stuart, and A. P. Hill. His comments on his military activities and aspirations and the challenges of command, combined with his husbandly advice and affection, sketch an intimate and unvarnished portrait of the man who was perhaps the most distinguished North Carolina commander. Near fine. $20 47. [Letters] Pierson, David; Pierson, James; Pierson, Reuben; Cutrer, Thomas W.; Parrish, T. Michael Brothers in Gray: The Civil War Letters of the Pierson Family Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1997. First edition. xii, 269 pp. From the jacket: “Ranging from the early battles of the Trans-Mississippi to the epic battles of the Army of Northern Virginia, and from the brutal trenches of Vicksburg to provost guard duty in north Louisiana, this extensive collection of Civil War letters, written by three of the Pierson brothers, offers riveting glimpses of almost every variety of experience faced by Confederate soldiers.” Fine. $30 48. [Letters] Smith, Archibald; Skinner, Arthur N.; Skinner, James L. The Death of a Confederate: Selections from the Letters of the Archibald Smith Family of Roswell, Georgia, 1864-1956 Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 1996. First edition. xlviii, 296 pp. Letters concerned with the death of the eldest son owing to sickness contracted during service in the Confederate Army. The letters reveal a slaveowning family with keen interests in art, music, and nature and an unshakable belief in their religion and in the Confederate cause. Near fine - edges faintly foxed. $25 49. [Letters] Blomquist, Ann K.; Taylor, Robert A. This Cruel War: The Civil War Letters of Grant and Malinda Taylor Mercer University Press, 2000. First edition. xiv, , 348 pp. Correspondence between Private Grant Taylor of the 40th Alabama Infantry and his wife, about 160 letters. He paints a grim picture of service for the South, with stories of men injuring themselves to avoid military service. He fought bravely despite lack of any personal stake in the debate that sparked the war. Very good - light stain on top edge. $25 12 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 50. [Letters] Wagner, William F.; Hatley, Joe M.; Huffman, Linda B. Letters of William F. Wagner, Confederate Soldier Wendell: Broadfoot’s Bookmark, 1983. vi, 103 pp. A collection of correspondence written by a Confederate soldier, with foreword, notes, bibliography and index. Includes facsimile of the handwritten letter in which Wagner informs his wife that he has been captured. Following text are two letters written to W.F. Wagner, one from his uncle, another from his brother Thomas Jefferson Wagner. Very good - lightly soiled, edges lightly foxed. $30 51. [Letters] Welch, Spencer Glasgow A Confederate Surgeon’s Letters to His Wife Continental Book Company / The Neale Publishing Company, 1954. 127 pp. 1954 facsimile of 1911 original. A collection of correspondence between a Confederate surgeon and his wife during the American Civil War, with six black & white photographs preceding text. Near fine. $30 52. [Lincoln] Sandburg, Carl Abraham Lincoln: The War Years, in Four Volumes Harcourt, Brace & Company, 1937. Complete in four volumes, lacking jackets. Weekby-week biography of Lincoln’s activities throughout the Civil War, as told by his generals and personal associates. Includes numerous photographs and reproductions of historic documents. Near fine - lack jackets, owner bookplates on front endpapers. $50 53. [Louisiana] Owen, Wm. M. (William Miller) In Camp and Battle with the Washington Artillery of New Orleans: A Narrative of Events during the Late Civil War from Bull Run to Appomattox and Spanish Fort Butternut Press, S.D. xv, 467 pp. 20th century reprint of 1885 original. An account of the later portion of the Civil War, focusing on the Washington Artillery, compiled by the adjutant for his diary and from authentic documents and orders. Features four engravings and eight maps. Very good - edges foxed. $30 54. [Medical] Bengtson, Bradley P.; Kuz, Julian E.; Rhode, Michael (Foreword) Photographic Atlas of Civil War Injuries: Photographs of Surgical Cases and Specimens, Otis Historical Archives Medical Staff Press / Kennesaw Mountain Press, 1996. First edition. xviii, 446 pp. A fascinating volume for those interested in 19th century medicine, 19th century photography, and the American Civil War. A collection of 400 photographs from George Otis’s historical archives, with corresponding case histories, plus 100 photographs included specially for this publication. Also include a description of Otis’s life, an examination of medicine before the Civil War, and an index of personal and regimental injury information. Near fine. $250 13 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 55. [Medical] Coco, Gregory A.; Harrison, Kathleen Georg (Foreword) A Vast Sea of Misery: A History and Guide to the Union and Confederate Field Hospitals at Gettysburg, July 1 - November 20, 1863 Thomas Publications, 1988. xvi, 208 pp. Photographs and descriptions of 160 sites used as field hospitals d(alphabetically indexed), with 9 maps. Includes record of hospitals in nearby towns, Camp Letterman, and appendices about surgeons and physicians, how to find a field hospital in 1863, how to move the wounded, and medical observations about Gettysburg. Very good - 1/2 inch jacket tear. $30 56. [Medical] Kernek, Clyde B.; Baldwin, Morgan E. Field Surgeon at Gettysburg: A Memorial Account of the Nedical Unit of the Thirty-Second Massachusetts Regiment, Reconstructed Fictionally Guild Press of Indiana, Inc., 1993. First edition. ix, 121 pp. Black boards, gilt titles, gilt image of soldiers in front of a tent on front board. A fictionalized memoir of the life of a surgeon in the 32nd Massachusetts Regiment during the American Civil War. Includes a map and several illustrations, and an epilogue concerning the monument erected in honor of this unit’s war efforts. Near fine - edges faintly foxed, small sticker remnant on back corner. $25 57. [Memoirs] Alexander, E.P.; Klein, Maury (Introduction) Military Memoirs of a Confederate: A Critical Narrative, with Sketch-Maps by the Author Dayton: Press of Morningside Bookshop, 1977. 634 pp. High quality facsimile of 1907 original. 4-page terminal publisher ad. Maps on endpapers, black & white photographs. A biography of a Confederate general, with introduction, footnotes, and index prepared for this edition. Near fine - edges faintly foxed, small spot on fore-edge. $30 58. [Memoirs] Alexander, Edward Porter; Gallagher, Gary W. (Editor) Fighting for the Confederacy: The Personal Recollections of General Edward Porter Alexander The University of North Carolina Press, 1989. First edition. xxvii, 664 pp. Memoir by the Confederate general, written to be shared with family and friends. Gallagher published it for the first time over eighty years later. Alexander was involved in nearly all of the great battles of the East, from First Manassas through Appomattox, and in frequent contact with most of the high command of the A.N.V., including Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and James Longstreet. Near fine. Signed by editor. $35 59. [Memoirs] Diket, A.L. Wha Hae Wi’ [Pender]... Bled New York: Vantage Press, 1979. First edition. , 165 pp. A narrative of battles in the Confederate Army taken from the correspondence of General William Dorsey Pender with his wife. He took part in the engagements known as The Seven Days, the Battle of Chancellorsville (after which he earned promotion to the rank of major general at the age of 29). He gives hour by hour accounts of this battle and also Gettysburg. Near fine - corners faintly rubbed. $35 14 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 60. [Memoirs] Fain, Eliza Rhea Anderson; Fain, John N.; Carmichael, Peter S. Sanctified Trial: The Diary of Eliza Rhea Anderson Fain, a Confederate Woman in East Tennessee (Voices of the Civil War Series) Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 2004. First edition. lxvi, 410 pp. Includes photographs, bibliography, and extensive index. From the jacket: “[The] diary of a Confederate woman of strong religious faith and equally strong proslavery convictions... John N. Fain has prepared this edition of the portion of these diaries that focuses on the war years... distinctive for its account of increasing clashes with Unionist ‘bushwhackers’ and for its graphic description of the atrocities on both sides.” Fine. $35 61. [Memoirs] Hazen, William B.; Baumgartner, Richard A. A Narrative of Military Service: The Civil War Through the Eyes of a Controversial Fighting General Blue Acorn Press, 1993. xxxiii, 450 pp. Facsimile of 1885 original, with 71 additional photographs and a new introduction by Richard A. Baumgartner. A military biography of Union General William B. Hazen, who commanded the 41st Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment, brigades in the Ohio Army and Cumberland Army, and a Tennessee Army division. Hazen was a personal friend of William Tecumseh Sherman and future president James A. Garfield. Very good - edges lightly soiled & foxed, small crease on front jacket flap corner. $75 62. [Memoirs] Heartsill, W.W.; Wiley, Bell Irvin (Editor) Fourteen Hundred and 91 Days in the Confederate Army: A Journal Kept by W.W. Heartsill for Four Years, One Month and One Day; or, Camp Life; Day by Day, of the W.P. Lane Rangers from April 19, 1861 to May 20, 1865 Wilmington: Broadfoot Publishing Company, 1987. Third edition, reprint of 1867 original. Limited to 1000 copies. xliii, 336 pp. Firsthand account of life in the Confederate Army, with reproductions of original manuscript pages from Heartsill’s journal, black & white photographs, a new introduction for this edition by Bell Irvin Wiley, comments on the book by John H. Jenkins (who called it ‘the most remarkable Texas book’), index, and appendices showing Heartsill’s journal of the Chickamauga Campaign, and rewrite of the original journal featuring The Flight from Bragg’s Army. Very good - foxed, jacket corners rubbed, small tear to base of front jacket panel. $30 63. [Memoirs] Neese, George M.; Wallace, Lee A. (Introduction) Three Years in the Confederate House Artillery Dayton: Morningside House, 1988. xxv, 396 pp. High quality facsimile edition of the 1911 original, taken from George Neese’s diary. New for this edition are an introduction, notes, and index by Lee A. Wallace, Jr., which include some interesting information about the publication of the original (the print run is believed to have been 1000 copies). Maps on endpapers, several photographs. Near fine - edges lightly foxed. $85 15 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 64. [Memoirs] Seaton, Benjamin M.; Simpson, Harold B. (Editor) The Bugle Softly Blows: The Confederate Diary of Benjamin M. Seaton Waco: Texian Press, 1965. First edition. xxv, 117 pp. The diary of a Southwestern frontiersman and soldier in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War. Seaton was part of the Tenth Texas Infantry (A.K.A. Nelson’s Regiment), which fought in the Atlanta Campaign from Dalton to Jonesboro. Strangely, Seaton does not mention where he was born, or where he will return after the war. Near fine sticker remnant on jacket flap, jacket price clipped. Inscribed & signed by editor. $125 MANUSCRIPT PAGE LAID IN 65. [Memoirs] von Borcke, Heros; Wright, Stuart Colonel Heros von Borcke’s Journal, 26 April - 8 October 1862: A German Narrative of the First Four Parts of Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence Palaemon Press Limited, 1981. xxii, 224 pp. Number 91 of 180 copies. Manuscript page 174/175 laid in (a page from the original journal was included with each copy of this edition upon publication, but is often missing). English translation of original German manuscript journal by Confederate Colonel Heros von Borcke, to which has been added introductory material, a bibliography, and an index. Colonel von Borcke participated in the Northern Virginia Campaign, the Maryland Campaign and the Gettysburg Campaign (where he was wounded in the Battle of Middleburg). Fine. $750 66. [Memoirs] Yeary, Mamie; Krick, Robert E.L. Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray, 1861-1865 Morningside House, 1986. vi, 928 pp. High quality facsimile of 1912 original. Biographical information for over 1000 Confederate soldiers (835 pages worth, with most pages featuring several entries), arranged alphabetically. Also includes the complete Confederate Constitution, a list of members of the Confederate Congress, chronological list of engagements by states, and an extensive index. Original printings are quite scarce - auction records show three appearances since its publication. Very good edges lightly foxed. $250 67. [Memorials] Martin, David G. Confederate Monuments at Gettysburg (The Gettysburg Battle Monuments Vol I) Hightstown: Longstreet House, 1986. Limited edition, #573 of 1300. ix, 297 pp. 16-page section of black & white photographic plates numbered separately. A guide to the monuments commemorating Confederate soldiers who fought in the Battle of Gettysburg during the American Civil War. Very good - map originally affixed to rear endpaper laid in, edges lightly stained & foxed, two ink notations on map. $40 16 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 68. [Memorials] Owen, Richard & James Generals at Rest: The Grave Sites of the 425 Official Confederate Generals White Man Publishing Co., Inc., 1997. xxxv, 352 pp. An extensive guide to the grave sites of Confederate generals, featuring photographs of each general and their grave (some include a wide shot and a closeup). Divided by state, and subdivided by cemetery. Also includes graves of one general buried in Germany, and two buried in Mexico. Very good - corners lightly rubbed. $40 69. [Military Equipment] Editors of Time-Life Books Illustrated History of the Civil War, in Three Volumes Alexandria: Time-Life Books, 1998. Three paperback volumes in publisher’s slipcase. Includes: Arms and Equipment of The Confederacy; Arms and Equipment of The Union; Illustrated Atlas of The Civil War, comprising the Echoes of Glory series. Color photos of equipment, reproductions of historical illustrations and photographs, maps. Fine. $30 70. [Military Equipment] Keim, Lon W. Confederate General Service Accoutrement Plates Moss Publications, 1987. Limited edition, #110 of 200 copies. 379 pp. Detailed images and descriptions of hundreds of CSA collectibles. Very good - reverse of jacket spine foxed, edges lightly foxed, jacket rubbed 1/2 inch jacket tear. $425 71. [Military Equipment] Morrow, John Anderson The Confederate Whitworth Sharpshooters Self-Published, 1989. 88 pp. An account of the Confederate soldiers that were early versions of snipers, including extensive description and photographs of the Whitworth Rifle they used in combat. Also includes reproductions of engravings, and extensive footnotes and bibliography. Five of the authors ancestors were Confederate soldiers. Fine. Signed by author. $125 72. [Military Equipment] Mullinax, Steve E. Confederate Belt Buckles & Plates Alexandria: O’Donnell Publications, 1991. 224 pp. Images and descriptions of hundreds of CSA buckles and plates, compiled by a longtime collector. Near fine edges faintly foxed. $85 73. [Mississippi] Bearss, Edwin C. Forrest at Brice’s Cross Roads and in North Mississippi in 1864 Dayton: Morningside Bookshop, 1979. 1987 reprint. ix, 382 pp. An account of Brice’s Cross Roads, the Tupelo Campaign, and Forrest’s repulsion of A.J. Smith’s second invasion of Mississippi during the American Civil War. Includes seven maps and a section of photographs of Union and Confederate officers. Near fine - edges & endpapers lightly foxed. $80 17 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 74. [Mississippi] Dobbins, Austin C. Grandfather’s Journal: Company B, Sixteenth Mississippi Infantry Volunteers, Harris’ Brigade, Mahone’s Division, Hill’s Corps, A.N.V., May 27, 1861 - July 15, 1865 Dayton: Morningside House, 1988. ii, 304 pp. An attempt to complete the journal of Franklin Lafayette Riley, using his journal and other sources. Reproductions of sketches and documents, roster of the 16th Mississippi Infantry Volunteers, map of travels and campaigns, bibliography & index. Near fine - edges lightly foxed. $75 75. [Mississippi] Howell, H. Grady To Live and Die in Dixie: A History of the Third Mississippi Infantry, C.S.A. Jackson: Chickasaw Bayou Press, 1991. xi, 644 pp. A history of the Third Mississippi Infantry during the American Civil War, with photographs, maps, full muster roll, bibliography and index. Very good - spine creased & faded. $60 76. [Mississippi] Roberts, Bobby; Moneyhon, Carl Portraits of Conflict: A Photographic History of Mississippi in the Civil War The University of Arkansas Press, 1993. First edition. xiii, 396 pp. Part of a series of photographic histories by Roberts & Moneyhon, depicting experiences of various states. Focuses on Mississippi, and includes sections on involvement in the A.N.V.; in the Western Armies; at Vicksburg; in Northern and Northeastern Mississippi; etc., plus bibliography and index. Near fine - edges faintly foxed. $50 77. [Music] Cabell, Randolph Wall Patriotic Songs and Airs of the Confederate States of America Randolph W. Cabell, 1997. [i], 78 pp. Original wrappers. A collection of sheet music for 20 Confederate songs, with covers from these and several more. Selected and edited from the Eleanor S. Brockenbrough Library, The Museum of the Confederacy, Richmond, Virginia. Fine. $15 78. [Music] Gowman, Mark Alan The Civil War Fifer: An Extensive Collection of Tunes and Lyrics from the American Civil War Ann Arbor: Proctor Publications, LLC, 1996. v, 79 pp. Illustrations, sheet music, and lyrics for fife playing, including historical & regional descriptions. Fine. $30 79. [New England] Hunt, Roger D. Colonels in Blue: Union Army Colonels of the Civil War - The New England States Schiffer Military History, 2001. 224 pp. Alphabetical photographic history of Union colonels of the New England states (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont) during the American Civil War. Near fine. $45 18 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 80. [Ohio] Kimberly, Robert L.; Holloway, Ephraim S. The Forty-First Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry in The War of the Rebellion. 18611865. [History of the 41st Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry] Blue Acorn Press, 1999. Reissue of 1897 original. 298 pp. A history of one of the most successful Union regiments in the American Civil War, chronicling their part in the war from Shiloh in April 1862 to Nashville in December 1864. The 41st Ohio Volunteers were led by Colonel William B. Hazen. This edition includes a new index and 30 wartime portraits not included in the original. Fine. $40 81. [Photography] Miller, William J.; Pohanka, Brian C. An Illustrated History of the Civil War... Alexandria: Time-Life Books, 2000. First edition. 454 pp. Extensive collection of “photographs, maps, cartoons, sketches, and paintings... depicts cavalry, medicine, spies, special regiments, important political documents, the struggle for emancipation, and the dark road to peace. Includes more than 1,000 images, many of them never previously published.” Near fine - a few tiny spots on page ridge. $20 82. [Tennessee] Barber, Flaver C.; Ferrell, Robert H. (Editor) Holding the Line: The Third Tennessee Infantry, 1861-1864 The Kent State University Press, 1994. First edition. viii, 281 pp. From the jacket: “[A] rare contemporary history of a Confederate regiment... a poignant, candid, yet unsentimental account of the life of a soldier at war. Of special value for Civil War scholars and buffs are Barber’s vivid descriptions of battles, notably the siege Fort Donelson and the Confederate victory at Chickasaw Bayou, in which he highlights the Third Tennessee’s crucial role in defeating William T. Sherman. Robert H. Ferrell introduces Barber and details the formation of the regiment. A full regimental roster, a rarity among Confederate units, also is included.” Fine - jacket spine very slightly faded. $25 SIGNED TRADE EDITION 83. [Tennessee] Horn, Stanley F. The Army of Tennessee: A Military History The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1941. First edition. xiii, 503 pp. According to Dr. Douglas Southall Freeman, quoted on the jacket flap -- “heretofore, four-fifths of the research deals with the Army of Northern Virginia.” This work, then, fills an important gap. Over a dozen maps, with a number of illustrations. Very good - front matter foxed, rear hinge just barely starting along top, owner bookplate on endpaper, jacket edges rubbed with minor loss, crease down both panels (jacket had been folded and laid in), split along flap seams. Inscribed & signed by author. $150 84. [Tennessee] Watkins, Sam. R. [Samuel Rush]; Wallace, Lee A. (Introduction) Co. Aytch, Maury Grays, First Tennessee Regiment; or, A Side Show of the Big Show Dayton: Morningside Bookshop, 1982. 1985 reissue of facsimile reprint. xiii, , 246, . Terminal publisher catalog. Facsimile reprint of the 1882 original, with new introduction, notes, and index by Lee A. Wallace, Jr. Includes several photographs. Near fine - edges lightly foxed. $30 19 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 85. [Texas] Anderson, John Q. (Editor) Campaigning with Parsons’ Texas Cavalry, C.S.A.: The War Journal and Letters of the Four Orr Brothers, 12th Texas Cavalry Regiment The Hill Junior College Press, 1967. First edition. xiii, 173 pp. Journal entries and letters taken from original manuscripts, presented with a preface, introduction, and index, with four photographic portraits. Inscribed & signed by Civil War scholar Harold B. Simpson (author of Hood’s Texas Brigade series). Very good - edges lightly foxed, jacket toned. $135 86. [Texas] McCaffrey, James M. This Band of Heroes: Granbury’s Texas Brigade, C.S.A. Austin: Eakin Press, 1985. First edition. vii, 262 pp. From the jacket: “McCaffrey traces the history of the brigade, from the formation of the individual regiments by Texas’ citizen-soldiers to the last days of the war, when heavy losses had reduced the brigade to a single regiment. The brigade’s involvement in early confrontations, such as the Battle of Arkansas Post, are discussed. McCaffrey supplements his text with maps, drawings, historical photographs, and appendixes that describe the flags and weapons of Granbury’s Brigade. Of particular interest to genealogists researching the period is a comprehensive list of the men who served in the brigade. Very good - lightly foxed, jacket price clipped. $40 87. [Texas] Robertson, Jerome B.; Simpson, Harold B. (Editor) Touched with Valor: Civil War Papers and Casualty Reports of Hood’s Texas Brigade, with a Biography of General Jerome B. Robertson Hill Junior College Press / Texian Press, 1964. First edition, limited to 750 copies. xv, 126 pp. Papers and correspondence written and collected by General Jerome B. Robertson, commander of Hood’s Texas Brigade, with a biography of Robertson by the editor. Also includes appendix with several other documents not included in Robertson’s collection, plus a selected bibliography and extensive index. Inscribed without attribution & signed by editor on half-title page. Near fine - jacket lightly toned. $295 88. [Texas] Simpson, Harold B. Hood’s Texas Brigade Volume Two : Lee’s Grenadier Guard Waco: Texian Press, 1970. First edition. xv, 512 pp. Maps on endpapers. The second in Simpson’s multi-volume history, focusing on Texan regiments in Lee’s command. $120 89. [Texas] Simpson, Harold B. Hood’s Texas Brigade Volume Three : Hood’s Texas Brigade in Reunion and Memory Hillsboro: Hill Jr. College Press, 1974. First edition. xviii, 369 pp. The third in Simpson’s multi-volume history of Hood’s Texas Brigade, focusing on a Civil War veterans association, formed in 1872, which held annual meetings until 1933. Inscribed, signed, & dated by author on front flyleaf. Near fine - edges faintly foxed, jacket price clipped. $95 20 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 90. [Texas] Simpson, Harold B.; Yarborough, Ralph W. Red Granite for Gray Heroes: The Monuments to Hood’s Texas Brigade on Eastern Battlefields Hill Junior College Press / Texian Press, 1969. Limited edition, number 150. ix, , 25,  pp. A tribute to the Texas Brigade, which fought at Antietam and Gettysburg, with photographs, maps and descriptions of monuments to those who fell. Also includes facsimiles of four letters to the author, and battle sketches. Hand numbered and signed by author Harold B. Simpson and Senator Ralph W. Yarborough, who provided the introduction. Near fine - slipcase lightly rubbed. $495 91. [Union Youth] Keesee, Dennis M. Too Young to Die: Boy Soldiers of the Union Army, 18611865 Blue Acorn Press, 2001. First edition. viii, 296 pp. An account of the American Civil War focusing on the very young soldiers of the Union Army, drawn from primary sources written by and about them. Includes 213 photographs and illustrations, many published here for the first time. Near fine - edges faintly foxed. $27 92. [Virginia] Frassanito, William A. Grant and Lee: The Virginia Campaigns, 1864-1865 New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1983. First edition. 442 pp. The third in the original classic trilogy, this book follows the path of the commanders during the final decisive campaigns of the Civil War. Like his first two books, it uses photographs taken during the campaign and analyzes them, comparing modern photos of the same sites. Signed by author on front endpaper without inscription. Very good - lightly foxed, 1 inch jacket tear. $25 93. [Virginia] Hotchkiss, Jed; Allan, William The Battle-Fields of Virginia. Chancellorsville... Baltimore: Butternut and Blue, S.D. 152 pp. Limited edition reprint of 1867 original (Sabin 33131). Number 463 of 600 copies. Frontispiece of Stonewall Jackson. A firsthand account of operations of the Army of Northern Virginia by a Captain and a LieutenantColonel, written three years after the Battle of Chancellorsville. Near fine - lacks maps. $150 94. [Virginia] Krick, Robert K. Parker’s Virginia Battery C.S.A. Wilmington: Broadfoot Publishing Company, 1989. Second edition, revised. [viii], 487 pp. An update of the 1975 original, with additional biographical and historical information. Krick also stresses in his preface that this edition is of a higher production quality than the original edition. Includes maps and photographs. Very good - top edge foxed. $45 21 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 95. [War Records] Scott, Robert N. The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Series I - Volume XI - in Three Parts [I, II, III]: Reports; Reports, Etc.; Correspondence, Etc. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1884. Three hardcover volumes, together comprising Volume XI of the War of the Rebellion series. viii, 1170; 1097; 751 pp. These volumes includes reports and correspondence from the Union and Confederate armies during the Peninsular Campaign in Virginia, March 17 September 2, 1862. Each volume includes an enormous index. Professionally rebound in red cloth with gilt stamped titles & rules, marbled page ridges. Near fine - front & end matter faintly foxed. $225 96. [War Records] Scott, Robert N. The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Series I - Volume XII - in Three Parts [I, II, III], Plus Part II Supplement: Reports; Reports; Supplement; Correspondence, Etc. Four hardcover volumes, together comprising Volume XII of the War of the Rebellion series. viii, 883; 903 (expanded to 1143 by supplement); 1035 pp. These volumes include reports and correspondence from the Union and Confederate armies during operations in Northern Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland, March 17 - September 2, 1862. Each volume includes an enormous index. Professional rebound in red cloth with gilt stamped titles & rules, marbled page ridges. Near fine - front & end matter faintly foxed. $225 97. [War Records] Scott, Robert N.; Lazelle, Henry M. The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Series I - Volume XIX - in Two Parts [I, II]: Reports; Reports & Correspondence, Etc. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1887. Two hardcover volumes, together comprising Volume XIX of the War of the Rebellion series. ix, 1215; 821 pp. These volumes include reports and correspondence from the Union and Confederate armies during operations in Northern Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, September 3 - November 14, 1862. Each volume includes an enormous index. Professionally rebound in red cloth with gilt stamped titles & rules, marbled endpapers. Near fine - front & end matter faintly foxed. $125 98. Collier, Malinda W.; Coski, John M.; Cote, Richard C.; Hill, Tucker H.; Swanson, Guy R. White House of the Confederacy: An Illustrated History Cadmus, 1993. 112 pp. A pictorial account of the mansion at Twelfth and Clay streets in Richmond, Virginia, featuring historical and modern photographs. After the war the building was used as a school for a number of years, and has now been restored and is part of the Museum of the Confederacy. Very good - edges and jacket reverse lightly foxed. $20 22 To order or inquire, call 585-265-9295, e-mail [email protected], or visit www.websterbookstore.com 99. Nevins, Allan Ordeal of the Union, The Emergence of Lincoln, and The War for the Union New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1971. Reprints. Complete in eight volumes. Three sets covering the period from 1847-1865, illustrating the period of Manifest Destiny in the United States, and progressing through the political upheaval which preceded, and continued during, the American Civil War. Each volume focuses on an important portion of time to emphasize key issues in play. Very good - lightly rubbed with a few tiny jacket tears. $275 100. Southern Historical Society Southern Historical Society Papers, in Fifty-Five Volumes: 52 Volumes Plus 3-Volume Index Complete in fifty-five hardcover volumes: 52 volumes plus 3-volume index compiled for this edition. Original black boards, gilt stamped titles & rules, blind-stamped borders on front & rear boards. Reprinted from the originals which were released from 1876-1959. These papers were gathered by the Southern Historical Society to ensure that the story of the Confederacy survived after its defeat. Nearly 20,000 pages of material, including several famous articles, providing an extensive and deep resource for those interested in Confederate history. Fine. $850 101. Confederate Veteran Magazine Confederate Veteran Magazine 1893-1932 in Bound Volumes, Complete in Forty-Three Volumes, Including Three-Volume Index The National Historical Society / Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1987. Complete in forty-three hardcover volumes. Original beige cloth, gilt stamped titles and borders on blue title panels. Reprinted from the original magazines, includes twelve issues per volume, plus three index volumes created specially for this reprint publication. A faithful and high quality facsimile reproduction of the originals, with photographs and ads throughout. The 3-volume index is 2,700 pages with 500,000 entries, including every name and significant mention and cross-reference charts. This is the largest reference set available telling the story of the war from the Confederate perspective. Very good - edges faintly foxed (lightly stained on just a few volumes), spine labels lightly rubbed. $700 23 PLEASE DIRECT ORDERS TO: Yesterday’s Muse Books 32 W Main St - Ste 1 Webster, NY USA 14580 Office: (585) 265-9295 Mobile: (585) 402-3098 [email protected] www.websterbookstore.com Terms: All items subject to prior sale. Unless other arrangements have been made prior to purchase, payment is expected with your order and may be made by check, money order, credit card (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express), or PayPal direct transfer. Institutions may request to pay on invoice. 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