The American Civil War
The American Civil War (1861-1865)
This meticulous examination of the organization of the Confederate Army during each of its combat op..
The Peninsula campaign had been an unmitigated failure. To make matters worse, the North had termina..
What was it like to ride with Stuart, Forrest, or Mosby? Here are stories from the Confederate caval..
On a muddy waterway, once called the River of Death, James Cooke and Charles Flusser met again after..
This is the first complete history of the Jeff Davis Legion, initially designated the 2nd Mississipp..
This volume, the fourth in the series, covers the final year of the Marine Corps' experience in the ..
In this second study of David Sullivan's magisterial series on the history of the United States Mari..
On land and water, in the North, the South, and in foreign seas, the United States Marines expanded ..
Tragic Glory is a convenient handbook history of America's Civil War. The lively, well-written text ..
Train Running for the Confederacy is a memoir written by railroad man Carter S. Anderson, a little o..
At 4:40 A.M. on July 30, 1864, an enormous explosion devastated a large section of the Confederate l..
The Union armies of 1863 faced a demanding challenge. They must win enough victories to assure those..
William Gray Murray was the first Pennsylvania colonel to die in the Civil War, and the highest-rank..
Major General George J. Stannard was Vermont’s greatest Civil War hero. With the exception of his cr..
Brigadier General John Gregg spurred around to the front of his regiments. Turning his horse to face..
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