American Civil War

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Relee

Relee

by Douglas Southall Freeman

From the foreward: “After I had accepted the invitation Charles Scribner’s Sons extended me in 1915 to write a biography of General Robert E. Lee I was surprised to find that much the larger part of the source material had never been consulted… For these reasons it became necessary to conduct a long research As this brought new facts to light, a work projected for one volume grew to four.”
This Republic Of Suffering

This Republic Of Suffering

by Drew Gilpin Faust

Drew Gilpin Faust is president of Harvard University, where she also holds the Lincoln Professorship in History. Dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study from 2001 to 2007, she came to Harvard after twenty-five years on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania. She is the author of five previous books, including Mothers of Invention: Women of the Slaveholding South in the American Civil War, which won the Francis Parkman Prize and the Avery Craven Prize. She and her husband live in... Read more about this item
Gettysburg

Gettysburg

by Guelzo- Allen C

Allen C. Guelzo is the Henry R. Luce Professor of the Civil War Era and Director of Civil War Era Studies at Gettysburg College. He is the author of Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation: The End of Slavery in America and Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President, both winners of the Lincoln Prize. Guelzo’s essays, reviews, and articles have appeared in publications ranging from The American Historical Review and The Wilson Quarterly to newspapers such as The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Wall Street... Read more about this item
Grant Takes Command

Grant Takes Command

by Bruce Catton

A classic work of military history, follows the enigmatic commander in chief of the Union forces through the last year and a half of the Civil War. It is both a revelatory portrait of Ulysses S. Grant and the dramatic story of how the war was won.
Rise and Fall Of the Confederate Government

Rise and Fall Of the Confederate Government

by Jefferson Davis

"Unabridged republication of the abridged edition published by Collier Books, New York, 1961. The book was originally published in 1881"--T.p. verso.

Includes index.
Grant

Grant

by Jean Edward Smith

Ulysses S. Grant was the first four-star general in the history of the United States Army and the only president between Andrew Jackson and Woodrow Wilson to serve eight consecutive years in the White House. As general in chief, Grant revolutionized modern warfare. As president, he brought stability to the country after years of war and upheaval. Yet today Grant is remembered as a brilliant general but a failed president.In this comprehensive biography, Jean Edward Smith reconciles these conflicting... Read more about this item
April 1865

April 1865

by Jay Winik

Apostles Of Disunion

Apostles Of Disunion

by Charles B Dew

Lee's Lieutenants

Lee's Lieutenants

by Douglas Southall Freeman

The Gettysburg Campaign

The Gettysburg Campaign

by Edwin B Coddington

Reconstruction

Reconstruction

by Eric Foner

The American Conflict

The American Conflict

by Horace Greeley

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Confederates In the Attic

by Tony Horwitz

Confederates in the Attic is a work of non-fiction by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Tony Horwitz. Horwitz explores his deep interest in the American Civil War and investigates America's lingering ties to a war that ended more than 130 years previous. Among the experiences Horwitz has in the book: his first day with hardcore reenactors, led by Robert Lee Hodge, a particularly hardcore reenactor (who would also be featured on the cover of the book), who in real life was a waiter.
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The War Of the Rebellion

by Robert N, Prepared Under the Direction Of the Secretary Of War By Scott

American Civil War Books & Ephemera

Their Tattered Flags

Their Tattered Flags

by Vandiver, Frank E

This stirring and incisive chronicle to evoke precisely how it felt to be a Southerner during four of the most turbulent and harrowing years in American history.
Embattled Courage the Experience Of Combat In the American Civil War

Embattled Courage the Experience Of Combat In the American Civil War

by Linderman, Gerald F

A sensitive study of men at war, Embattled Courage goes beyond the confines of the Civil War, for it provides penetrating insights into the romantic myth of battle, the nature of soldiering, and the difficulties veterans of all wars face in returning to a civilian society that has escaped the experience of combat and thus has little understanding - and very different memories - of war itself.
Grant Moves South

Grant Moves South

by Catton, Bruce

The classic Civil War study of General Ulysses S. Grant, written by Pulitzer Prize-winner Bruce Catton, introduces General Grant as he undertakes his first Civil War command, and follows him as he leads his troops through a series of battles, including Belmont, Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Corinth, Chickasaw Bayou, Edwards Station, and Vicksburg.
The Gleam Of Bayonets

The Gleam Of Bayonets

by Murfin, James V

One of the bloodiest days in American military history, the Battle of Antietam turned the tide of the Civil War in favor of the North and delivered the first major defeat to Robert E. Lee's army. In The Gleam of Bayonets, James V. Murfin gives a compelling account of the events and personalities involved in this momentous battle. The gentleness and patience of Lincoln, the vacillations of McClellan, and the grandeur of Lee - all unfold before the reader. The battle itself is presented with precision... Read more about this item
Gray Fox

Gray Fox

by Davis, Burke

 Traces the challenges, accomplishments, and final defeat of General Lee during the Civil War.
Campaigning With Grant

Campaigning With Grant

by Porter, Horace

From April 1864 until the end of the war Horace Porter served as lieutenant colonel attached to Ulysses S. Grant's staff. He accompanied Grant into battle in the Wilderness, Cold Harbor & Petersburg campaigns and was there at the Þnal surrender at McLean's house. During this time he kept extensive notes of Grant's conversations, as well as of his own observations of military life. Porter brings to his recollections not only a soldier's practiced eye, but also a writer's intelligence. His portrait of... Read more about this item
Personal Memoirs Of Us Grant

Personal Memoirs Of Us Grant

by Grant, Ulysses S

Faced with failing health and financial ruin, the Civil War's greatest general and former president wrote his personal memoirs to secure his family's future - and won himself a unique place in American letters.Devoted almost entirely to his life as a soldier, Grant's Memoirs traces the trajectory of his extraordinary career - from West Point cadet to general-in-chief of all Union armies. For their directness and clarity, his writings on war are without rival in American literature, and his autobiography... Read more about this item
Civil War In Pictures

Civil War In Pictures

by Pratt, Fletcher

The War Of the Rebellion

The War Of the Rebellion

by Scott, Robert N

Great Battles Of the Confederacy

Great Battles Of the Confederacy

by Johnson, Swafford

Tracing Your Civil War Ancestor

Tracing Your Civil War Ancestor

by Groene, Bertram Hawthorne

Sherman\'s March

Sherman's March

by Davis, Burke

General Who Marched To Hell

General Who Marched To Hell

by Miers, Earl Schenck

Campfires and Battlefields

Campfires and Battlefields

by Johnson, Rossiter

My Story Of the War

My Story Of the War

by Livermore, Mary A