J. Marshall Crawford
John Scott Accounts of Mosby & His Raiders During the American Civil War: Mosby and His Men by J. Marshall Crawford & Partisan Life with Col. John S. Mosby by John Scott Mosby and his Gray Raiders ride out for a final time
This unique Leonaur book is the final volume of three that gather together the accounts of the men who fought for the cause of the Con..
John Munson & John H. Alexander Accounts of Mosby & His Raiders During the American Civil War —Reminiscences of a Mosby Guerrilla by John Munson & Mosby’s Men by John H. Alexander ~~The second volume in a collection of accounts of Mosby and his Confederate Raiders
In this second volume of personal narratives by two members of Mosby’s command, readers will find the personal e..
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. ..
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..
D. Augustus Dickert At the wilderness, Cold Harbour, Petersburg, The Shenandoah Valley and Cedar Creek. The beginning of the second volume of Kershaw’s Brigade sees South Carolina’s Regiments during the American Civil War in a brief period of respite in winter quarters. Behind them - the battles of Fred..
D. Augustus Dickert Manassas, Seven Pines, Sharpsburg (Antietam), Fredricksburg, Chancellorsville,
Gettysburg, Chickamauga, Chattanooga, Fort Sanders & Bean Station. This is the story of South Carolina regiments in the American Civil War. As such it is essentially the story of the war itself since the state’s forces were engaged from the very beginning at Fort Sum..