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Our War Songs North and South
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Our War Songs North and South

Cleveland: S. Brainards' Sons, 1887. first edition. Hardcover. good+. Small quarto. Decorated brown boards. 638pp (includes index). Color lithorgraphic frontispiece. Edge rubbing to boards. Crease to rear endpaper. Gutters tight.

$200.00

Civil War Papers; Read Before the Commandery of the State of Massachusetts, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States
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Civil War Papers; Read Before the Commandery of the State of Massachusetts, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States

Boston: Printed for the Commandery, 1900. Hardcover. very good. VOLUME OINE. Blue cloth. 327pp.

$15.00

Letters of Captain Geo. Hamilton Perkins U.S.N. Edited and Arranged. Also, A Sketch of His Life
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Letters of Captain Geo. Hamilton Perkins U.S.N. Edited and Arranged. Also, A Sketch of His Life

By Commodore George E. Belknap

The Rumford Press, 1901. Second edition. Hardcover. good+. Blue cloth. (With some staining to boards) 293pp. Illustrated.

$75.00

Both Prayed to the Same God Religion and Faith in the American Civil War
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Both Prayed to the Same God Religion and Faith in the American Civil War

By Miller Robert

Lexington Books, 2007. First edition. Hardcover. Fine. 23.5 x 16 cm. Octavo. 243 pages. SIGNED and inscribed with a quote by Abe Lincoln by the author on the half title page.

$75.00

The Civil War Letters of Colonel H. C. Heg
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The Civil War Letters of Colonel H. C. Heg

By H. C. Heg; Theodore C. Blegen (Editor)

Northfield, Minnesota: Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1936. First edition. Hardcover. Good in good dust jacket. 23 x 15.5 cm. 260 pages. Blue cloth in dust jacket. The dust jacket shows wear and spotting. The dust jacket spine is faded. There is glue residue on the first page where a bookplate was likely removed. From the dust jacket flap: "Colonel Heg led a regiment of Scandinavian soldiers, recruited chiefly in the Badger State but also in Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota to the battlefields of the South in the Civil War. The Letters he wrote home to his wife and children have been preserved these many years and are here published for the first time"

$40.00

Three Years with Company K, 13th Massachusetts Infantry
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Three Years with Company K, 13th Massachusetts Infantry

By Austin C Stearns and edited by Arthur A. Kent

Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1976. First edition. Hardcover. very good+/very good+. 346pp. Nice copy in dust jacket. in a brodart protective wrapper. SIGNED and inscribed by editor.

$60.00

Of Freedom; The Civil War Era.  TWO VOLUME SET
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Of Freedom; The Civil War Era. TWO VOLUME SET

By James M. McPherson

Connecticut: EASTON, 1989. Collector's Edition. Full Leather. near fine. Two Volumes. Bound in full dark blue leather with gilt lettering to spines and gilt design to covers. Moire endpapers. Three raised bands to each volume. Loosely laid in is "The Notes from History". A lovely set.

$85.00

Hardluck Ironclad; The Sinking and Salvage of the Cairo
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Hardluck Ironclad; The Sinking and Salvage of the Cairo

By Edwin C. Bearss

Louisiana University Press, 1966. First edition. Hard Cover. very good+/very good. 208pp. A nice copy in an edge worn and price clipped dust jacket. In a protective wrapper.

$40.00

Back "In War Times" History of the 144th Regiment, New York Volunteer Infantry; with Itinerary showing contemporaneous date of the most important Battles of the Civil War
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Back "In War Times" History of the 144th Regiment, New York Volunteer Infantry; with Itinerary showing contemporaneous date of the most important Battles of the Civil War

By James Harvey McKee

Lieut. Horace E. Bailey, 1903. First edition. Hard Cover. near fine. Small quarto. Blue cloth. Gilt lettering to cover and spine. 378pp.

$250.00

A Dangerous Stir: Fear, Paranoia, and the Making of Reconstruction (Civil War America)
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A Dangerous Stir: Fear, Paranoia, and the Making of Reconstruction (Civil War America)

By Mark Wahlgren Summers

Chapel Hill: The University Of North Carolina Press, 2009. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. 329 pages. 16 mo. Black cloth with dust jacket both in near fine condition.

$35.00

REMINISCENCES OF A PRIVATE:  WILLIAM E. BEVENS OF THE FIRST ARKANSAS INFANTRY, C.S.A.
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REMINISCENCES OF A PRIVATE: WILLIAM E. BEVENS OF THE FIRST ARKANSAS INFANTRY, C.S.A.

By Daniel E Sutherland

Arkansas: University Of Arkansas Press, 1992. First edition. Hardcover. near fine/near fine. octavo.(9" x 6") 282pp. Signed and dated by author Daniel Sutherland on half-title page. A very nice copy in dust jacket. In a protective wrapper.

$45.00

Hancock the Superb
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Hancock the Superb

By Glenn Tucker

Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1960. First edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+ in very good dust jacket.. 24 mo. 268 pages. A stated first edition in unclipped dust jacket. The jacket shows some very minor shelf wear.

$28.00

A Memorial of The Great Rebellion: Being a History of The Fourteenth Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers Covering Its Three Years of Service with Original Sketches of Army Life 1862-1865
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A Memorial of The Great Rebellion: Being a History of The Fourteenth Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers Covering Its Three Years of Service with Original Sketches of Army Life 1862-1865

By F.H. Buffum

Boston: Franklin Press, 1882. First edition. Hard Cover. good. Quarto. Blue cloth. 443pp. This is a signed presentation copy to Commander Patch and signed from the author F. H. Buffum. There is some staining to front bottom corner and back bottom edge of cloth. Endpapers are not affected.

$350.00

The Twenty-Fouth Michigan
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The Twenty-Fouth Michigan

By Donald L. Smith

Pennsylvania: Stackpole Co, 1962. First edition. Hard Cover. very good/very good. octavo. 312pp A very nice copy in a lightly chipped dust jacket. In a brodart protective wrapper.

$30.00

Reports of the Naval Engagements on the Mississippi River, Resulting in the Capture of Forts Jackson and St. Philip and the City of New Orleans and the Destruction of the Rebel Naval Flotilla
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Reports of the Naval Engagements on the Mississippi River, Resulting in the Capture of Forts Jackson and St. Philip and the City of New Orleans and the Destruction of the Rebel Naval Flotilla

Washington: Government Printing Office, 1862. Hard Cover. very good. Original cloth. 107pp Gilt lettering to cover. Sunned at edges of boards and spine. Two hand-colored lithographic plates depicting ironclads, three folding maps. Maps and illustrations are all in very nice condition. Signed by the under secretary of navy, G.V. fox on front free endpaper. Library label on front endpaper and rear endpaper.

$500.00

C.S.A. and the Battle of Bull Run; (A Letter to an English Friend)
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C.S.A. and the Battle of Bull Run; (A Letter to an English Friend)

By J.G.Barnard

New York: D. Van Nostrand, 1862. First edition. Hard Cover. very good. octavo. (9" x 6") Red cloth. Gilt lettering to cover. 136pp including ads. Five folded maps. One hand-colored. Interior very nice. Light soiling to spine.

$400.00

The Forty-Fourth Indiana Volunteer Infantry; History of its Services in the War of the Rebellion
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The Forty-Fourth Indiana Volunteer Infantry; History of its Services in the War of the Rebellion

By John H. Rerick, M.D.

Indiana: Published by the author, 1880. First edition. Full Leather. good. Octavo. Bound in brown leather with gilt soldier on front cover and gilt lettering to spine. Scuffing to spine and edges. 293pp Folded plate (with some tears and creases) of The Battle of Pittsburgh Landing" . Folded map of the Movements of the 44th Indiana.

$500.00

Lee's Lieutenants; A Study in Command 3 volumes
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Lee's Lieutenants; A Study in Command 3 volumes

By Douglas Southhall Freeman

Norwalk, Connecticut: Easton, 1991. Full Leather. Very Good+. Three Volume set. Grey leather with gilt design to foredge. 3 Raised bands on spine. Moire endpapers. Light rubbing to the gilt of Volume 2. Previous owner's embossed stamp on half title page of each book. Volume 1: A Study in Command; Volume 2: Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsvillle; Volume 3: Gettysburg to Appomattox.

$125.00

The Diaries of John Gregory Bourke November 20, 1872, to July 28, 1876; Volume One
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The Diaries of John Gregory Bourke November 20, 1872, to July 28, 1876; Volume One

By John Gregory Bourke

University of North Texas Press, 2003. First edition. Hardcover. fine/fine. A very nice copy in an equally nice dust jacket. In a brodart protective wrapper.

$40.00

Lincoln Day by Day A Chronology 1809-1865.; Volume III
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Lincoln Day by Day A Chronology 1809-1865.; Volume III

By C. Percy Powell

Washington: Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission, 1960. Hard Cover. very good. Blue cloth. 487pp Volume 3.

$55.00

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