Civil War Period
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'Department Directory and Register' is a congressional directory for the second session of the 36th Congress of the United States. In addition to providing names and personal information for these American politicians, this book includes an impressive folding map of the city of Washington D.C.
Item number: #11958
WINEBERGER, J.A. [edit.]
Department directory and register of officers in the service of the United... Read more
'Acts of the General Assembly' is a rare Civil War-era report regarding Virginia and the state of politics in the Union. One of the first published Acts of Assembly for the new state of West Virginia 1863 when state of West Virginia was declared a legal entity and admitted to the Union by Lincoln!
This book covers various laws and discussions of bills proposed to congress including those regarding the voting privileges only... Read more
'Southern History of the War' is a collection of official battle reports collected and published by the confederate congress in 1863 during the Civil War. 'Southern History of the War' contains many battle reports including:
First Battle of Manassas
Battle of New Orleans,
Battles at Fort Henry and Donelson,
Battle of Shiloh, and Charleston, South Carolina in June, 1862.
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James Kendall Hosmer was a Civil War-era American historian who is remembered for books on American politics and the development in the American south. One of his best works was 'The Color-Guard' which, according to Nevins, is
"an excellent and even-tempered memoir of Army life in Louisiana'.
In it, Hosmer describes Confederate and Union camp life, descriptions and observations of the carnage of war, the role of the negro in... Read more
BY DOUGLAS SOUTHALL FREEMAN
VOLUMES 1, 11, 111
1942, 1943, 1944
ALL FIRST ED'S
VOLUME 11 IS AN "A" COPY WITH COLOPHOON
VOLUME'S 1 AND 111 ARE COLOPHON COPIES
ALL HAVE PRICED DUST JACKET'S
This is a 3 Volume Set of "Lee's Lieutenants" by Douglas Southall Freeman. None have any internal writing. All priced dust jacket's are protected in a Demco mylar. Book 11 has a fore edge bump. Book 111 has a crease in the rear board that can be seen in the photo's. All... Read more
"Peace won by compromise is usually a short lived achievement."
– Winfield Scott
General Winfield Scott was an American Army general known for his commands during the War of 1812, various Indian wars, and of course the Civil War. In 1846, Edward Deering Mansfield wrote a biographical sketch of General Scott, highlighting his service in the Battle of Chippewa, the Aroostock War, the Seminole War, and his role in the 1837... Read more