Washington D.C.: American Ordnance Associ, 1959. Reprint. . Paperback. Near Fine/Wraps. 20 pages. Momograph in brick red stapled wrapper with black title. B/w drawings. Near Fine/Wraps. Owner name embossed inside, else fine. July 1959. Item #: E0988.
Washington D.C.: American Ordnance Associ, 1959. 1st ed. . Paperback. Near Fine/Wraps. 31 pages. Momograph in dark blue stapled wrapper with slver title. B/w drawings. Near Fine/Wraps. Owner name embossed inside, else fine. Item #: E0987.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1946. 1st ed. [Stated].. Hardcover. VG/No Jacket. 78 pages. Small book in dark red cloth-covered boards with gilt titles. VG/No Jacket. Tight, square, owner name small inside front cover. Item #: E0812.
Fort Worth: Texas Christian Univ., 2011. Hardcover. Near Fine/Fine. 391 pages. B/w photos, endnotes, bibliography, and index. The Texas Biography Series Number 3. Near Fine/Fine. Small publisher's stamp on front endpaper, else Fine. Dj in protective mylar sleeve. Item #: E0775.
Fort Worth: Texas Christian Univ., 1989. Paperback. Near Fine/Wraps. 355 pages. Study of one Texas unit to show how the War in The West was fought to keep the enemy out of Texas. Near Fine/Wraps. Small publisher's stamp on front endpaper, else Fine. Item #: E0728.
Buffalo Gap: State House Press, 2012. Paperback. Near Fine/Wraps. 344 pages. Mississippi river traffic during the Civil War is brought to light by Gunther's diaries of 1861 and 1862. He describes the problems of supplying Confederate troops in Arkansas, and civilian life in Memphis during secession. maps, b/w illusttrations. Near Fine/Wraps. Small publisher's stamp on front endpaper, else Near Fine. Item #: E0700.
Denton: Univ. North Texas, 2013. 1st ed. . Hardcover. VG/VG. 289 pages. Excellent biography of General James Monroe Williams, a Negro officer serving in both the Civil War and in the Indian campaigns in the West. A few b/w photos & maps, bibliography and index. VG/VG. An unsold copy with minor bruising to corners. Dj in protective mylar sleeve. Item #: E0651.
College Station: Texas A & M, 2012. 1st ed. [Stated].. Hardcover. VG/Wraps. 239 pages. History of the prototype ironclad warship during the Civil War, its loss, rediscovery and the immense archeaologial undertaking to recover its remains. Color & b/w photos, illustrations & diagrams, bibliography & index. VG/Wraps. Small publisher's stamp on front endpaper, cover has faint creasing. Item #: E0566.
Denton: Univ. North Texas, 2008. Paperback. New/Wraps. 278 pages. Focusing on reliable wartime records and documents from Northern and Southern sources, this shows a less negative picture of prison life than generally assumed. Appendices, bibliography, and index. New/Wraps. Small publisher's stamp on front endpaper, else Fine. Item #: E0572.
New York: The Century Co., 1897. 1st ed. . Hardcover. X-Lib Good+/No Jacket. 577 pages. Author's life before during, and after the War, including his commentary on reconstruction and restoration of the Nation. He was a scholar, teacher, military man, diplomat, and spent his life in service to the United States. Indexed. X-Lib Good+/No Jacke. Former library copy, bookplate on front endpaper. Item #: B9981.
Kansas City, MO: Hudson-Kimberly, 1897. Reprint. . Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. 461 pages. First published in 1867, republished by the author's wife in 1897. In blindstamped maroon cloth. Extensive history of the western campaigns. Good/No Jacket. Covers slow light sliverfishing. Item #: B9978.
Waco: Morrison, 1962. Limited ed. . Hardcover. VG/No Jacket. 96 pages. Composed of Twelfth, Nineteenth, Twenty-first, Morgan's Battalion, and Pratt's Battery of Artillery of the Confederate States. Together with roster of the several Commands as far as obtainable, some historical sketches, General Orders and a memoranda of Parsons' Brigade Association. Originally published by J.M. Flemister, Printer, Waxahachie, Texas. This is copy 97/100 typescript, one of 95 bound in blue cloth and produced by the Morrison Family. Flag blue cloth with bright gilt titles. VG/No Jacket. Tight, no marks, very light sign of use. Spine and edges tanned. Item #: E0498.
Boston: George M. Smith Co., 1887. 1st ed. . Hardcover. VG/No Jacket. 408 pages. Details of daily camp-life for Northerners during the Civil War. Illustrated with over two hundred sketches by Charles W. Reed. Brown cloth-covered boards with bright gilt titles and drawing of soldiers in camp. VG/No Jacket. A lovely, solid copy with bright gilt titles. Item #: B9980.
New York: D. Appleton, 1878. 1st ed. . Hardcover. Good+/No Jacket. 199 pages. Title continues: Together with an Authoritative Statement of the Stength of the Army Which He Commanded in the Field. Tissue protected frontispiece portrait of Lee. Bound in dark green cloth-covered boards with bright gilt titles. Two owner names, one dated 1881, and the other dated 12/25/59. Good+/No Jacket. Spine and back covers have moderate silverfishing, front is slightly spotted. A solid copy. Item #: B9979.
Marshall, TX: News Messenger Pub Co., 1928. Reprint. . Hardcover. VG/No Jacket. 180 pages. Title continues: 'With several Indian fights thrown in.' The 1928 hardcover reprint of the scarce 1887 paperback edition, with additional biographical & historical info on Lane provided by his niece. Jenkins states the best edition, and he would later reprint this version himself. Jenkins states: "One of the best military memoirs, also a prime source on the period from the Texas Revolution through the Civil War." Bound in olive cloth, no text on spine. BTB 119-A. VG/No Jacket. A very nice copy. Just a hint of rubbing, else Near Fine. Item #: E0493.
Waco, TX: W.M. Morrison, 1960. 1st ed. [Stated].. Paperback. Fine/Wraps. 22 pages. War letters of two Gaston brothers, serving in Company H, First Texas Infantry Regiment, Hood's Texas Brigade. Includes regimental roster and parole list. Facsimile of letter tipped in. Stapled pamphlet with card cover. Un-numbered of 1,000 copies. Fine/Wraps. No wear, no marks. Item #: E0454.
Washington D.C.: usgpo, 1882. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Jacket. 971 pages. Formal reports from both sides, of the Southern seisure of U.S. property. In chronological order according to campaigns and theater of operations. Rebound in black hardcover with with gilt title on spine. Operations off the coasts of South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana from August 1861 to May 1862. Near Fine/No Jacket. Tight, unmarked. Interior pages a little tanned, exterior has no wear. Item #: E0357.
Boston: Pearson, 2015. 3rd ed. . Paperback. Good/Wraps. College text. Good/Wraps. Clean, solid and unmarked. Front cover has crease, and a few dogeared pages. Item #: E0289.
Austin: Eakin Press, 2011. 1st ed. [Stated].. Paperback. Near Fine/Wraps. 215 pages. Inscribed to owner and signed by the author. Civil War adventures of Eighth Texas Cavalry, CSA. Regimental roster, bibliography, and index. Numerous maps. Near Fine/Wraps. Clean, tight, without wear. Item #: E0166.
San Diego: Thunder Bay Press, 2000. 1st ed. . Hardcover. Fine/Fine. 144 pages. Over one hundred maps look at the broad sweep of events, and at details. All maps illustrated in this book were drawn from the collections of the Library of Congress and the National Archive. Index of maps at rear. Fine/Fine. No wear, no marks. Dj in protective mylar sleeve. Item #: B9773.