James Moore, Joseph G. Vale & S. B. Barron
A notorious commander of Union cavalry and his infamous raid into the Confederacy
The subject of this book, Hugh Judson Kilpatrick, claimed the dubious distinction of being the first Union Army off..
Victor M. Rose & S. B. Barron
‘The rollicking, rascally and brave boys from the Lone Star state’
The American Civil War brought forth several notable soldiers and commanders on both the Union and Confederate sides of the confli..
J. B. Polley & Mrs. C. M. Winkler
Hood’s Texas Brigade by J. B. Polley & The Life and Character of General John B. Hood by Mrs. C. M. Winkler
A famous Confederate commander and the elite force that bore his name
The American Civil War, which split the nation’s small officer cadre in two, inevitably ensured many young officers from both U..
John S. Mosby & Aristedes Monteiro
Accounts of Mosby & His Raiders During the American Civil War—Mosby’s War Reminiscences by John S. Mosby & Reminiscences by the Surgeon of Mosby’s Command by Aristedes Monteiro
The first volume in a collection of accounts of Mosby and his Confederate Raiders
The American Civil War brought to the fore a number of outstanding military figures on both sides of the conflict. ..
Rufus R. Dawes
Service With the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers During the American Civil War
With the Iron Brigade on campaign and battlefield
For students of the American Civil War, the name Rufus Dawes will be forever associated with the famous Iron Brigade of the Union Army—that hardy a..
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 ..
Arthur J. L. Fremantle
An officer of the Coldstream Guards’ Observations of the Confederate Army on Campaign During the American Civil War
A British soldier's view of the great conflict of blue and grey
The author of this book has, perhaps, achieved more renown in recent years than at any time since the publication of his literary eff..
The Story of a Famous American Civil War Guerrilla & Outlaw
Riding for a cause—riding with outlaws
The Civil War between the states in many ways created the outlaws of the 'Wild West' of myth and legend. Cole Younger and his brothers and the perhaps more in..
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..
The Tennessee Campaign, 1862, by an Officer of the Ohio Volunteers
A battle badly conducted and the destruction of one brave man
This an account of the battle of Shiloh by one who was present as a colonel of the Ohio Volunteer infantry, but it is also much more th..
An Account of the American Civil War by a Union Infantry Officer of Ohio Volunteers Who Became a Brigadier General
A classic account of the Civil War from a Union Army Infantry officer
In 1861 John Beatty raised a company of Ohio Volunteers to take their part in the great conflict between the states. From this ..