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RECOLLECTIONS OF A CONFEDERATE STAFF OFFICER

By Sorrel, Gen. G. Moxley

NY 1905 Neale. Hardcover. Octavo, 315pp., frontis, original gilt printed gray cloth. Faint Institution stamps on top and bottom fore-edges, stamp at top margin of title page, and number printed at bottom of one page. Residue of label at heel of spine. Good, inner hinges cracking but text binding secure, spine rubbed, spine ends lightly worn. .

$195.00

THE REBELLION RECORD: A DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF AMERICAN EVENTS, WITH DOCUMENTS, NARRATIVE HISTORY, ILLUSTRATIVE HISTORY, POETRY, ETC. FIFTH VOLUME

By Moore, Frank (editor)

NY 1864 D. Van Nostrand. Lg.8vo., 624pp., 50pp., (poetry, rumors and incidents), full page portrait illustrations (on rectos only), maps, index, rebound in later wraps. University stamps on fore-edges. Good. Fifth Volume only, .

$45.00

THE CAUSE OF THE WAR: WHO BROUGHT IT ON, AND FOR WHAT PURPOSE?

By Anderson, Col. Charles

NY 1863. Loyal Publication Society No. 17. 8vo., 16pp., wraps. VG.

$25.00

BERDAN'S UNITED STATES SHARPSHOOTERS IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC 1861-1865

By Stevens, Capt. C. A

St. Paul 1892 no publisher given. Hardcover. Large octavo, 555pp., portraits and illustrations, dark bluegreen cloth with gilt lettering and gilt picture of a Civil War sharpshooter crouching in a field. One can see where old library spine label, now gone, was once at heel of spine and one printed number on dedication page but no other library marks. Fair, inner hinges cracked, a few pages have tiny closed tears or faint wrinkles, entire text is slightly toned, cover discolored and somewhat worn, spine ends reinforced. Text clean and binding secure. Scarce title. Sold as is. .

$190.00

CHARACTER AND THE RESULTS OF THE WAR. HOW TO PROSECUTE AND HOW TO END IT. A THRILLING AND ELOQUENT SPEECH

By Butler, Major-General B. F

NY (c.1863). Reported by A. F. Warburton. Loyal Publication Society No. 7. 8vo., 16pp. (printed in double column), wraps. VG.

$23.00

FITZ-JOHN PORTER ... FIAT JUSTITIA: SPEECH OF HON. JOSEPH WHEELER, OF ALABAMA, IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1883

By Wheeler, Hon. Joseph of Alabama

Washington 1883. About Civil War performance of Maj General Fitz-John Porter who was court-martialed after his defeat in 1862. Octavo, 85pp., original printed, stpled wraps. VG.

$35.00

THE REBELLION RECORD: A DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF AMERICAN EVENTS, WITH DOCUMENTS, NARRATIVE HISTORY, ILLUSTRATIVE HISTORY, POETRY, ETC. SECOND VOLUME

By Moore, Frank (editor)

NY 1865 D. Van Nostrand. Lg.8vo., 544pp., 112pp., (poetry, rumors and incidents), full page portrait illustrations (on rectos only), maps, index, rebound in later wraps. University stamps on fore-edges, blank stamp on title page. Good. Second Volume only. .

$45.00

JOHNNY GREEN OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE: THE JOURNAL OF A CONFEDERATE SOLDIER

By Kirwan, A. D., (editor)

1956 University of Kentucky Press. 8vo., 217pp., index, original hardcover. Signed by Kirwan for the Civil War Book Club. Ex-university library. VG, no DJ.

$25.00

FROM MANASSAS TO APPOMATTOX MEMOIRS OF THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA

By Longstreet, James

Dallas 1896 The Dallas Publishing Company. Sm.4to., 690pp., frontis, text maps, photo illustrations, later buckram with title on spine label. Ex-university library. Title page calls for a color map, but none appears to be present in this copy. Good. Sold as described.

$175.00

HOW THE WAR WAS COMMENCED AN APPEAL TO THE DOCUMENTS

By (civil war)

NY 1864. Loyal Pub Society No. 46. 8vo., 16pp., new wraps. VG. .

$25.00

A REBEL WAR CLERK'S DIARY AT THE CONFEDERATE STATES CAPITAL VOLUME II only

By Jones, J. B

Philadelphia 1866 Lipincott. Hardcover. 8vo., 480pp., original cloth. Institution name stamps on fore-edges, plain label at heel of spine, small number stamp at lower blank margin of one page. Good, inner hinges cracked. Volume II (of 2) only. .

$130.00

CAMPAIGNS OF THE CIVIL WAR. SUPPLEMENTARY VOLUME: STATISTICAL RECORD OF THE ARMIES OF THE UNITED STATES

By Phisterer, Frederick

NY 1907 (1883) Scribners. Hardcover. 12mo., 343pp., index, cloth. Institution stamps fore-edges, and number printed at bottom of one page. Label on front cover. Fair, inner hinges cracked; spine ends lightly worn. .

$28.00

REPORT OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR AT THE 2ND SESSION 38TH CONGRESS 1865 VOL 1

By civil war

Wash. 1865 GPO. Army of the Potomac (524pp.) and Battle of Petersburg (249pp.) Good, stains on end papers, a few extremely light stains on some text pages.

$125.00