A rich synopsis of Southern life during the greatest period of crisis in American history. A one-of-a-kind collection of 245 stories from the South, it provides a panorama of life, events, and culture in the South during the North-South conflict.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572493513
New research on the Baltimore and Ohio's military blockhouses, armored trains, rosters of Union and Confederate casualties, this will stand for years to come as the definitive study of this part of the Confederacy's last major offensive.
Hardcover • ISBN 9781572491137
Stonewall Jackson is buried in Lexington, Virginia. But where is the last resting place of Joseph Johnston or Robert E. Lee?
Paperback • ISBN 9781572492554
The original maps, combined with the illustrations, the text, the oral histories now set down on paper, and the authors' deep understanding based on years of giving tours of Mosby's Confederacy.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572492783
Sidelights and Lighter Sides of the War Between the States: A Feast of History Cooked Up in Small Bites!
An entertaining, enlightening, and entirely new look at the soldiers, civilians, and leaders with whimsical tidbits and offbeat stories.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572493940
The “eyes and ears” of the Army. Unlike the large-scale artillery and infantry battles, most cavalry fights were skirmishes among small groups of mounted men, often serving as scouts. “They fell not by scores and hundreds, but by two and tens.”
Paperback • ISBN 9781572491533
The Tullahoma campaign of 1863 is often overlooked, being overshadowed by the simultaneous events at Gettysburg and Vicksburg.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572491670
Ideological cleansing. Military and paramilitary units committing mass murder. Bodies left unburied. Ethnic and racial conflict. Prisoners executed without trial. Mass deportations.
Paperback • ISBN 9781572493230
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