G. C. Sumner, J. A. Monroe & E. K. Parker
Four Accounts by Union Army Artillerymen from the 1st Rhode Island Light Artillery During the American Civil War—Battery D, First Rhode Island Light Artillery
by G. C. Sumner & Three Personal Narratives of the Rhode Island Soldiers and Sailors Histor
Four accounts of Union gunners in action
Posterity has been fortunate in that many participants in the war between the states, the American Civil War, decided to write books about their experiences..
George T. Ulmer
With Company H, 8th Maine Volunteers in the American Civil War
The account of one of the smallest soldiers in blue
George Ulmer, the author of this book, is unusually distinguishable from many of the soldiers who penned their recollections of their time in the..
O. P. Cutter & Henry M. Neil
Two Accounts of the Ohio Artillery During the American Civil War
Our Battery; or the Journal of Company B, 1st O. V. A.
by O. P. Cutter
A Battery at Close Quarters
by Henry M. Neil
Ohio Gunners—two vital accounts in one volume
Gunners for the Union brings together two intimate views of the Ohio Volunteer Artillery. Books concerning the artillery of the Union army are necessar..
George H. Pettis
Against Confederates and Hostile Indians During the American Civil War
On the South Western Frontier
The California Column
Frontier Service During the Rebellion
Kit Carson’s Fight With the Comanche and Kiowa I
Union men against rebels and Indians in the South West
The story of the California Column is one of the most remarkable of the American Civil War. Whilst the war was one of a nation divided, each s..
George Alexander Forsyth
Experiences of the Beecher’s Island Battle 1868, the Apache Campaign of 1882, and the American Civil War
A highly regarded memoir of the Indian and Civil Wars
The author of this book, George A. (Sandy) Forsyth was a career soldier who served with distinction in the American Civil War and subsequently ..
The Opening Phase of the American Civil War as Experienced by an Officer of the Union Artillery
The first shots destined to tear a nation apart
This is an essential and riveting book by one who was literally at the heart of the events that heralded the great conflict between the states. Altho..
A View of the Campaign by the Commander of the Washington Defences
An account of two of the great battles of the Civil War
The author of this book was present at—indeed he was literally the target of—the firing of the first hostile shots of the American Civil War...
Jacob Dolson Cox
Siege of Knoxville, East Tennessee, Atlanta Campaign, the Nashville Campaign & the North Carolina Campaign
From Atlanta to victory
In this second volume of General Cox’s personal view of the great American Civil War, we join him as a divisional commander concluding his part in the operations in East Ten..
Jacob Dolson Cox
West Virginia, Kanawha Valley, Gauley Bridge, Cotton Mountain, South Mountain, Antietam, the Morgan Raid & the East Tennessee Campaign
Although Cox is well known as a chronicler of the Civil War—through books on campaigns, battles and principal characters—this book is entirely different. This is the story of the Civil War as it touch..