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    The Cvil War Battlefield Guide by Frances H. Kennedy (editor)

    Boston Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1998. VG+/VG+/2nd ed. A handsome copy: square, clean, no writing with an excellent jacket covered with a mylar sleeve. 495pp., lots of full page color maps,quick reference for battles(300 more battles listed than the first edition), appendices, glossary, index. An excellent reference book. I can have this in the mail to you tomorrow.. Hard Cover. Very Good+/Very Good +. Civil War Battles/History/Maps.


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    $85.00

    Johnny Mercer: The Life, Times and Song Lyrics of Our Huckleberry Friend by Bob Bach and Ginger Mercer

    Secaucus, New York: Lyle Stuart, Inc., 1983. F/0/1st ed. This book contains most of the songs written by Savannah Georgia's favorite Son, Johnny Mercer. 252 pages, First Edition. Contains wonderful pictures of Savannah in the early part of the 20th century, along with Mercer's movie credits and a list of his published songs. Book concentrates on Mercer's work from the 20s to the 40s, with information about the 50s and 60s also. Book is clean and has no crease to the binding, and no markings. Comes to you in an acid free document bag.. First Edition. Large Tradepaper (soft). Fine/None Issued. Song Lyrics/Bio/Johnny Mercer.


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    $65.00

    Red Clay, Pink Cadillacs, and White Gold The Kaolin Chalk Wars by Charles Seabrook

    Atlana Georgia: :ongstreet Press, 1995. F/F/1st ed., stated. This book does not appear to have been read. Tight, square, in an upclipped jacket with no tears or nicks, this book has now been covered with a mylar sleeve. Book interiro is clean as a whistle, no marking or soiling, with the exception of a small stain at the bottom of the rear free endpaper, effecting no other pages. 194pp., maps, photos, epilogue and notes on sources. Comes to you in an acid free document bag for storage. I can have it in the mail tomorrow.. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Georgia Natural Resources/Kaol.


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    $35.00

    The Class of 1846: From West Point to Appomattox: Stonewall Jackson, George McClellan and Their Brothers by John C. Waugh

    New York NY: Warner Books, 1994. F/F/1st prnting. A solid first printing with a near perfect dust jacket that is now covered with a mylar sleeve. Book itself has very little to no shelfwear; the only thing I see is a small spot on the pages fore edge. The pages are a bright white with no marking or soiling. 633pp., notes, small illustration section, biblioggraphy, index. Comes to you in an acid free document bag for storage, mailed boxed, and I can have it in the mail to you tomorrow.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. History/Military Academy Grads.


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    $95.00

    A Small But Spartan Band: The Florida Brigade in Lee's Army of Northern Virginia by Zack C. Waters and James C. Edmonds

    Tuscaloosa AL: University of Alabama Press, 2010. F/F/1st ed. This is a comphrensive study of the units from Florida that served in the Army of Northern Virginia during the Civil War. Based on more than two decades of research, Waters and Edmonds have produced a study that covers all units from Florida in the Army of Northern Virginia, and does so in an objective and reliable fashion. Book and jacket are pristine. Tight binding, clean white pages, no markings, perfect jacket with excellent even color. Not a remainder or ex-library. 254pp., Foreword by historian Robert K Krick, illustrations, notes, bibliography, index. Comes to you in an acid free document bag for storage. I can have it in the mail tomorrow.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Florida Civil War Regimentals.


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    $22.50

    The Fredericksburg Campaign October 1862 - January 1869 by Victor Brooks

    Conshohocken, PA: Combined Publishing, 2000. F/F/1st ed. Clean as a whistle, pristine jacket with price intact, covered with a mylar sleeve. Book is square, tight, sharp cornered, no marking at all. Part of the Great Campaigns Series. 252pp.,maps, illustrations and portraits, orders of battle, index. Much extra information sections called "Sidebars": information about the officers, the arms, equipment and uniforms during the Fredericksburg Campaign for both sides, etc. Comes to you in an acid free document bag, mailed boxed and I can have it in the mail tomorrow.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. History/Civil War/Fredericksbu.


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    $120.00

    A Continuing Tradition: Wm. Frank McCall, Jr., FAIA 1914-1991 by William R. Mitchell, Jr

    Savannah, Georgia: Golden Coast Books, 1992. F/F/1st ed. In 1985 The Tallokas Foundation of Moultrie, Georgia, published "The Architecture of Wm. Frank McCall, Jr., FAIA: A Complete Designer in the Classical Tradition". Frank McCall died on March 12, 1991, and in the little more than five years between the publication of that monograph and his death at age seventy-four, much happened to call for the publication of this companion volume. This copy is in pristine condition; no markings of any kind, tight , square, with a dust jacket with perfect even color, no wear and now sportin' a mylar sleeve. 135 pp.; lists 41 projects featured in the Desig Portfolio, List of Jobs, Selected Floor Plans, Sources. Slick, higher quality paper and all photos in full color. I can have this book in the mail to you tomorrow.. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Illus. by Photography By Van Jones Martin and James R. Lockhart. Architecture/Georgia/McCall.


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    $36.00

    Southern Fried by William Price Fox

    Greenwhich Conn.: Fawcett Publication, 1962. NF/First Printing(stated) August 1962. A surprisingly nice copy of this book- the title on spine has faded away, but there's no loss of color to the front or back panels, and the drawing on the front(by Mad Magazine illustrator Jack Davis) is quite sharp with vivid color. I don't think the book has ever been read---no creasing to covers, no evidence of pages being forced open to be read. The foreedge of the pages has a very light tanning. About as close to perfect as you could expect a 56 year old paperbacl to be. 106pp., 17 short stories, several pages of full page illustrations. I've kept this in an acid free document bag for several years, and I'll send it along with the book. I can have this in the mail for you tomorrow. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. First Edition.. Paperback Mass Market. Near Fine/None as Issued. Illus. by Jack Davis. Humor/Southern.


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    Frank Leslie's Ilustrated Almanac "Packing Cotton in the East Indies by Wilson's New Patent Cotton Press" Single Page Engraving by Frank Leslie

    NY: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Almanac. Very Good. 1866. Single sheet. COMMENTS: This Beautiful Engraved Plate was removed from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Almanac for 1866. CONDITION: Binders holes and small tears to bottom edge- where it had been previously bound into almanac. Light dust soiling. Small stains to bottom margin. 11 by 8 Inches. Engraving. ; Engaving .


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    Department of the South: Hilton Head Island in the Civil War by Robert Carse

    Columbia SC: The State Printing Company, 1961. VG+/VG+/1st ed. A clean, tight First Edition with light shelfwear jacket. 156 pages, with maps of Coastal South Carolina as endpapers. Contains appendices, bibliography and a index. Many b&w illustrations. No marking or soiling to book, light shelfwear to bottom of jacket, which has maintained excellent watercolor appearance. . First Edition.. Hard Cover. Fine/Very Good+. History/South Carolina/Civil W.


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    $215.00

    Leaves of Grass: An Exact Copy of the First Edition As Issued By Whitman and Received By Emerson by Walt Whitman/Emory Holloway

    New York, New York: The Eakins Press Foundation, 1966. Fine/Facsmile. Created by Eakins Press Foundation, this book is an exact copy of Leaves of Grass as it first appeared in 1855, published by Whitman, who himself set a few pages of the type. This edition is a facsmile of the copy the poet sent to Emerson, in beautiful green embossed cloth with a pebbled finish. and the title on the front and spine in a bright gold finish. Also included in this edition, and never before available in facsimile, are eight pages of first comments and reviews Whitman reprinted and bound into copies of the first edition. This is the book in it's purest state--before the extensive emendations and additions of Whitman's later years. This is an excellent copy, definitely a colletible copy, of a book long out of print. The interior has no wear, no soiling and no marking of any kind. The red slipcase is also in excellent shape,, with some small wear at the opening. Otherwise clean and square, with information about the book inside's history. This comes to you in an non-acid document bag for storage, and is mailed carefully packed and padded in a box. I can have it in the mail for you tomorrow.. Hard Cover w/slipcase. Fine. American Poetry.


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    $22.00

    From Mounds to Mega-Churches: Georgia's Religious Heritage by David S. Williams

    Athens Georgia: University of Georgia Press, 2008. F/F/1st ed. Pristine copy.Perfect dust jacket is covered in mylar. 219 pp. notes, bibliography, index, small photo section. David Williams has written a masterful and remarkablly concise synthesis of Georgia's religious odyessey.. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Religion in Georgia History.


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    $48.00

    The Sea and Civilization: A Maritime History of the World by Lincioln Paine

    London England: Atlantic Books, 2014. VG+/VG+/1st prntng. Very nice copy of the first edition (complete number line starting with 1). Dust jacket has a little shelf wear, but no nicks or tears, and price is intact. Jacket now covered with a mylar sleeve. Book is clean and tight with no soiling or markings, and corners are sharp. 744pp., with maps, notes on measures, bibliography, illustrations, index and color photo section. This is truly buying books by the pound!. First Edition.. Hard Cover. VG+/VG+. History.


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    $55.00

    St. Johns River Steamboats by Edward A. Mueller

    Jacksonville FL: Privately Published, 1986. VG+/VG/1st ed. A clean, tight, square copy with a lightly bumped front lower corner. Book is laminated and has a jacket with a closed tear(no loss of paper-no tape or glue) on top front panel and some light shelf wear at the bottom of jacket. Small stain on back of jacket. Jacket now covered with a mylar sleeve. Book interior has white slick higher quality paper. 219pp., many early b&w photos and illustrations, lists of tugs and towing vessels, ferries in the Jacksonville area, Savannah and Charleston Steamboats to Florida. Comes to you in an acid free document bag for storage, and I can have it in the mail to you tomorrow. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/Very Good. FL History/St. John Steamboats.


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    $165.00

    Fine Printing in Georgia, 1950s-1990: Six Prize Winning Private Presses by Martha Jane R. Zachert

    Athens Georgia: The Press of the Nightowl, 1995. F/F/1st ed./limited to 340 copies. Clean, tight as new copy of this tribute to 6 of Georgia's small private presses. No jacket as issued, with paper front label. Short history and bibliography if each presses output. 143pp. Six Presses named: Ashantilly Press, Pigeonhole Press, Beehive Press, Hillside Press, Tinhorn Press, and Nightowl Press, which is responsible for this edition. A truly impressive copy.. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Fine. History/Small Presses/GA.


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    All That Makes a Man: Love and Ambition in the Civil War South by Stephen W. Berry II

    New York NY: Oxford University Press, 2003. F/F/1st Prnting. Solid and clean, this is a first printing of this publication. Does not appear to have been read. Dust jacket has no wear, and there is no shelf wear at the heel of the book covers. Dust jacket has been covered with a mylar sleeve. 286pp., notes, illustrations, bibliography, index. Comes to you in a acid free document bag for storage. Mailed boxed, and I can have it in the mail to you tomorrow.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. History/Civil War/Social Aspec.


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    $25.00

    Carrying the Flag: The Story of Private Charles Wilden, the Confederacy's Unlikely Hero by Gordon C. Rhea

    New York NY: Basic Books, 2003. F/F/first prntng. A spotless solid copy about a man that rose to the occasion. No nicks or tears to jacket, great even color with price intact and now covered with a mylar sleeve. Book is clean and tight with bright white pages, and I suspect never read. 278pp., sources, maps, index. Comes to you in an acid free document bag, mailed boxed, and I can have it in the mail tomorrow.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Civil War Biography/History.


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    $450.00

    The Cajuns: A People's Story of Exile and Triumph by Dean Jobb

    Hoboken NJ: John Wiley and Sons, 2005. VF/VF/1st ed., 1st prntng. The true story of the Arcadian people's removal from the Canadian east coast starting in 1775. Book condiiton is pristine; square clean and tight; never read. Jacket is likewise; clean and with no nicks or tears, excellent color and price intact. Covered with a protective mylar sleeve. Not ex-library, not a remainder. 296 pages, First Edition, first printing. Notes on sources and further readings, index.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Fine/Very Fine. History/Cajuns-Arcadians/LA.


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    $295.00

    Hold At All Hazards: The Story of the 29th Alabama Infantry Regiment 1861 - 1865 by William A. Zorn

    Jesup Georgia: Privately Published, 1987. VG/0/1st ed. Very nice copy of this hard to come by regimental. Book is clean and tight, sharp cornered, all gilt visible on spine and front. Short inscription to previous owner on front free end paper; one small spot on verso title page and one on foreword page. No other soiling or discolorations in book. First hand accounts of several important battles: Cassville-New Hope Church, Kennesaw, Peachtree Creek Atlanta, Franklin and Nashville, (among others), Regimental Roster (Company A-K) and a list of casualties. No jacket as issused. 294pp. plus index, copies of documents, maps, illustrations, bibliography. Very uncommon. Comes to you in an acid free document bag for storage. Mailed in a well padded box, and I can have it in the mail tomorrow. I do not wish to sell this overseas.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. History/Genealogy/Regimental.


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    $135.00

    Pioneer Days Along the Ocmulgee by Fussell M. Chalker

    Carrollton, GA: Privately Published, 1970. NF/VG /1st ed. A clean, tight, square copy of Pioneer Days with no marking or soiling. Cloth over boards, gold lettering on spine. No wear to cloth or boards. Front and rear endpapers are maps. Hinges intact and solid. Pretty great copy. Dust Jacket--eh. Chips at top of spine and both back and front panels. Both top corners are chipped. Blue pencil mark on back panel and some light soiling. Tanning on spine. The body of the dust jacket is whole and clean, price intact. The whole shebang is covered with a mylar sleeve. A presentable jacket for this edition of this book. See pictures. Comes to you in an archival bag for storage (so it won't get any worst). I can have this in the mail to you tomorrow. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. History//Ocmulgee River.


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    Far, Far from Home: The Ninth Florida Regiment in the Confederate Army by Gary Loderhose

    Carmel, Indiana: Guild Press, 1999. F/F/1st Ed. An attractive copy; dust jacket covered wih a mylar sleeve and there are no nicks or tears to the jacket. Book is clean and tight, no markings inside or out, square corners. 126 pages, contains several maps, b&w portraits, notes, index. I can have it in the mail to you tomorrow.. First Ediion.. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Civil War History/Regimental.


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    Stonewall of the West Patrick Cleburne and the Civil War by Craig L. Symonds

    Lawrence Kansas: University Press of Kanas, 1992. F/F/1st ed., 1st prntng. A clean solid copy. Appears unread, though the previous owner's stamp is on the top of the front free end paper. No other marks, no soiling. The binding is tight and the corners are sharp. Dust jacket no wear, and has been covered with a mylar sleeve. Not a remainder or ex-library. 322pp., maps, photo section, notes, bibiliography, index. Comes to you in an acid free document bag for storage. Sent to you boxed, and I can have it in the mail to you tomorrow.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Biography/GenPatrick Cleburne.


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    Southern Fried Football: The Hisory, Passion, and Glory of the Great Southern Game by Tony Barnhart

    Chicago Ill.: Triump Books, 2000. F/F/1st ed./Signed. A nice clean solid copy with very little wear. Dust Jacket has excellent even color and no nicks or tears. Jacket now covered with a mylar sleeve. Book is unmarked, except for the author's inscription and signature on the front free endpaper. 233pp., works cited, photos, interviews. I can have it in the mail tomorrow. . Inscribed By Author-Front End Paper. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Football/History.


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    $80.00

    Ante-Bellum Thomas County 1825 - 1861 by William Warren Rogers

    Tallahassee, Florida: The Florida State University, 1963. VG+/VG+/1st ed. I don't know why there's 2 different dust jackets(and different color covers) but I have both so take your pick! This copy has a previous owner's name on the front paste down, a couple of light stains and a very lttle shelf wear on both ends of the jacket. The jacket has now been covered with a new mylar sleeve(see photos). The interior has clean white pages, no marking or writing, and the photos are on a higher quality slick paper. 135pp., notes, appendices, index. Housed in an acid free document bag and I can have it in the mail to you tomorrow.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/Very Good+. History/Thomas Cty. GA/1825-61.


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    $60.00

    "What Nature Suffers to Groe": Life, Labor, and Landscape on the Georgia Coast, 1680-1920 by Mart A. Stewart

    Athens Georgia: University of Georgia Press, 1996. NF/F/1st. Ed. Each of the successive communities on the coast--the philanthropic and imperialistic experiment of the Georgia Trustees, the plantation culture of rice and sea island cotton planters and their slaves, and the postbellum society of wage earning freedman, lumbermen, vacationing industrialists, truck farmers, river engineers, and New South promoters--developed distinctive relationships with the environment, and these in turn developed distinctive landscapes. Book Condition is Fine; green cloth over boards with silver lettering on spine. 370pp. First Edition, first printing. Illustrations, b&w photos, maps, graphs, and tables. Notes, bibliography, appendix: Population of Coastal Georgia, and index. Book is clean and unmarked with the exception of former owner's library seal on title page. Tightly bound, no wear. Dust Jacket Condition is Fine; glossy jacket with no soiling, no tears or nicks. Covered with a removable mylar dust jacket. Scarce.. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. History/Coastal Georgia/Econom.


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