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Lesley, Lewis B. UNCLE SAM'S CAMELS - THE JOURNAL OF MAY HUMPHREYS STACEY SUPPLEMENTED BY THE REPORT OF EDWARD FITZGERALD BEALE(1857-1858) Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1929, 1st printing, 298 pg, VG/VG The experiment by the U.S. Government to import camels from Asia to provide transportation across the Great American Desert. (Camel Corps, U.S. Camel Corps, Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee) #000001
185.00
Cullen, Joseph P. THE PENINSULA CAMPAIGN 1862 Harrisburg, Stackpole, 1973, 192 pg, VG/VG biblio. The first serious attempt to capture Richmond, the emergence of Robert E. Lee and the rise and fall of McClellan. (Civil War, Peninsula Campaign, George McClellan, Civil War Battles) #000017
35.00
Cullen, Joseph P. THE PENINSULA CAMPAIGN 1862 Harrisburg, Stackpole, 1973, 192 pg, VG/VG The first serious attempt to capture Richmond, the emergence of Robert E. Lee and the rise and fall of McClellan. (Civil War, Peninsula Campaign, George McClellan, Civil War Battles) #000018
35.00
Ward, W.W. "FOR THE SAKE OF MY COUNTRY": THE DIARY OF COL. W.W. WARD, 9th TENNESSEE CAVALRY, MORGAN'S BRIGADE, C.S.A. Murfreesboro, Southern Heritage Press, 1992, 164 pg, ISBN: 0963196332, VG+/VG+ Col. Ward served under John Hunt Morgan eventually commanding the 9th Tennessee Cavalry. (Confederate Memoirs, 9th Tennessee Cav., W.W. Ward) #000021
35.00
Neiman, S.I. JUDAH BENJAMIN - MYSTERY MAN OF THE CONFEDERACY Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1963, 1st printing, 220 pg, VG/VG Judah Benjamin held three cabinet positions and greatly influenced the policies of Jefferson Davis. (Civil War, Judah Benjamin, Confederacy) #000038
45.00
McCrea, Tully. DEAR BELLE - LETTERS FROM A CADET & OFFICER TO HIS SWEETHEART 1858-1865 Middletown, Wesleyan University Press, 1965, 1st ed, 256pp. pg, VG/VG- (some darkening to dust jacket spine) Tully McCrea recalls cadet life, Custer, and the Civil War. (George A. Custer, Tully McCrea, George A. Custer, West Point) #000040
35.00
Tucker, Glenn. LEE AND LONGSTREET AT GETTYSBURG Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1968, 1st printing, 286 pg, ISBN: LOC: 6727229, VG/VG/previous owner's embossed stamp An examination of the contradictory behavior of Lee and Longstreet at Gettysburg. (Civil War Battles, Gettysburg, Robert E. Lee, James Longstreet) #000041
35.00
Durden, Robert F. THE GRAY AND THE BLACK - THE CONFEDERATE DEBATE ON EMANCIPATION Baton Rouge, LSU Press, 1972, 1st printing, 305 pg, Good+/Good+( book has several crimped page/tear to dust jacket) Due to a shortage of manpower, the Confederacy considered the emancipation of its slaves. (Civil War, Confederate, Emancipation) #000045
25.00
Wakelyn, Jon L. (edited by). SOUTHERN PAMPHLETS ON SECESSION - NOVEMBER 1860 - APRIL 1861 Chapel Hill, Univ. N. Carolina Press, 1996, 1st printing, 418 pg, ISBN: 0807822787, VG/VG++/slight discoloration to front and back covers Southern views on secession presented in sermons, speeches, and newspaper articles. (Secession) #000050
45.00
Westermeier, Clifford P. WHO RUSH TO GLORY - THE COWBOY VOLUNTEERS OF 1898 Caldwell, The Caxton Printers, 1958, 1st printing, 272 pg, VG/VG- The exploits of Grigsby's Cowboys, Roosevelt's Rough Riders, and Torrey's Rocky Mountain Riders. (Rough Riders) #000056
55.00


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