CIVIL WAR (AMERICAN)
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BLOOD & TREASURE: CONFEDERATE EMPIRE IN THE SOUTHWEST
Written by Donald S. Frazier.
Stock no. 2135263
Published by Texas A. & M. University Press. 1st USA 1995. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Black spine with silver title; blue boards. B/w maps and photos. ISBN: 0890966397. Marks to outer page edges.
LAST RIDE: THE DEFEAT OF LIEUTENANT COLONEL GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER'S 7TH CAVARY AT THE BATTLE OF LITTLE BIGHORN
Written by James Clinton Hungerford.
Stock no. 2134948
Published by Publishamerica. 1st USA 2005. Slightly better than very good condition.
Card wraps. 407 pages. ISBN: 1413744982.
Fort Sumter to Perryville; Fredericksburg to Meridian; Red River to Appomattox. Grey boards, gilt title in title block to spine. Endpapers are colour maps. ISBN: 0394495179. A near fine set in publisher's slipcase in almost fine condition. Volume 2 & 3 spines are concave.
Oblong format. Colour illustrations. In the world of historical painting, Don Troiani stands alone, universally acclaimed for the accuracy, drama, and sensitivity of his depictions of Americas past. ISBN: 081170341x. Board corners lightly rubbed. Pictorial dustwrapper lightly scuffed. Cigarette odour present.
The Peninsula campaign of 1862 was the largest campaign of the Civil War and also one of the bloodiest. Pictorial cardwraps. B/w maps, photos & illustrations. ISBN: 0395701015. Small grubby mark from label to rear cover. A few light creases present. Text block a little grubby. Cigarette odour present.
The thoughts, emotions, and actions of the men who commanded, fought, and died at Gettysburg. Cloth spine with blue title, Blue boards with gilt title. Colour illustrations throughout. ISBN: 1878685791. Cigarette odour present.
LINCOLN'S DARKEST YEAR: THE WAR IN 1862
Written by William Marvel.
Stock no. 2134021
Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. 1st USA 2008. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
Black cloth covered boards, with gilt title to spine. B/w illustrations and photos. ISBN: 9780618858699. A few light marks to outer page edges.
THE CIVIL WAR A NARRATIVE: FREDERICKSBURG TO MERIDIAN
Written by Shelby Foote.
Stock no. 2134013
Published by Random House. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
The Second volume in the series. Grey boards with blue title label/gilt title to spine. ISBN: 0394419510. A few knocks to spine. Red dot (possible remainder mark) to bottom of outer page edges. Some page edges appear uncut. A few small marks and nicks to wrapper.
JACKSON & LEE: LEGENDS IN GRAY
Written by James I. Robertson. Illustrated by Mort Kunstler.
Stock no. 2133468
Published by Rutledge Hill Press. 1st USA 1995. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Large format. Colour illustrations. A stunning visual portrait of the two generals by the premier historical artist of our time and a compelling verbal portrait by one of America's leading Civil War historians. ISBN: 1558533338. Light bumping to top of spine. Wrapper is faded, with creasing to top of spine.
THE OFFICIAL MILITARY ATLAS OF THE CIVIL WAR
Written by George B. Davis; Leslie J. Perry; Joseph W. Kirkley.
Stock no. 1819497
Published by Gramercy Books. Nearly fine condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Originally printed in 1891-1895. Bound in one volume in this facsimile. 821 maps, 106 engravings, and 209 drawings. Very large format. Red cloth, gilt title to spine. ISBN: 0517415666. 6th printing. Couple of nicks to lower edge of rear board. Contents fine. Red pictorial dustwrapper is scuffed and slightly faded to spine, rear panel a little grubby and a small indentation to center which also falls on to rear board.
The stories of the Canadians who joined the 7th Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army and new information on Custer's fatal battle. Pictorial cardwraps. B/w photos. 277 pages. ISBN: 9781459704077.
A study of the life of this fascinating man, drawing on correspondence, histories, and other personal documents to reveal different facets of the real Custer: the son of a strict but loving father; the mischievous West Point cadet who preferred earning demerits to studying; the loyal friend who amiable crossed enemy lines to visit his Southern friends during the Civil War; the loving husband who took years to finally win the approval of his wife's stern father; and the famous 'Boy General' who led a military career full of glorious victories - until his final, fateful charge. Black boards, gilt title to spine. ISBN: 9781621572091.