The American Civil War
The American Civil War (1861-1865)
Many of this book's 160 photographs are published here for the first time. These images document a v..
American slavery. What a perplexing, disturbing, yet fascinating period in American history. Few t..
When the armies entered the Wilderness, they were changed forever. Within thirty-six hours after the..
Of Men and Muskets gives insight to the personalities of many of the most prominent Civil War leader..
A unique, personal, political, and humanistic portrait of President Lincoln. This captivating and co..
On March 23, 1888, Doctor William Warren Potter wrote, "It is ecpedient that every man who can do so..
March, 1865 nearly four years of Civil War had exhausted both Northern and Southern armies, but the ..
Micah Jenkins, a product of the Edisto Island plantation culture, developed into one of the outstand..
Robert Catlett Cave of Orange County, Virginia promised his dying father that he would serve Virgini..
Eighteen-year-old Sumner A. Cunningham joined his local home guard near Shelbyville, Tennessee, in l..
As Trout describes this recently discovered account of Jeb Stuart's activities during the last year ..
After the worst three-day battle in American history at Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863, the Army of Nort..
The men of the Union and Confederate armies experienced a mix of emotions during Robert E. Lee's fir..
The roster contains a complete listing of the courtsmartial by name and rank of the soldier. This va..
It is an evening in the summer of 1862 and James Reed crouches near a stream named Bull Run. Many ha..
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