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E470.2 .P69 1998 : Lee's miserables : life in the Army of Northern Virginia from the Wilderness to Appomattox / J. Tracy Power.  1998 1
E470.4 .P53 1998 : Rescue by rail : troop transfer and the Civil War in the West, 1863 / Roger Pickenpaugh.  1998 1
E470.5 .C78 : Army of the heartland; the Army of Tennessee, 1861-1862.  1967 1
e 470.8 m46 : Battle flags South : the story of the Civil War navies on western waters / by James M. Merrill.  1970 1
E470.9 K42 : Kirby Smith's Confederacy; the Trans-Mississippi South, 1863-1865 / by Robert L. Kerby.  1972 1
E471.1 .S9 : First blood; the story of Fort Sumter.  1957 1
E473.2 .D36 : Duel between the first ironclads / William C. Davis.  1975 1
E473.55 .O5 : Wild train; the story of the Andrews Raiders.  1956 1
E473.68 .D6 : The seven days ; the emergence of Lee. / With maps by Samuel H. Bryant.  1964 1
E473.74 .T36 : Stonewall in the valley : Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson's Shenandoah Valley Campaign, Spring 1862 / Robert G. Tanner.  1976 1
E473.77 .H51 : Historical report on the troop movements for the Second Battle of Manassas, August 28 through August 30, 1862 / by John Hennessy.  1985 1
E474.42 .C69 : The darkest days of the war : the battles of Iuka & Corinth / Peter Cozzens.  1997 1
E474.65 .M48 2002 : Crossroads of freedom : Antietam / James M. McPherson.  2002 1
E474.65 .P3 : The Antietam and Fredericksburg / by Francis Winthrop ...  1882 1
E474.85 .C8 : The Battles of Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, the Wilderness, and Spotsylvania Court House, where a hundred thousand fell / by Joseph P. Cullen.  1966 1
E475.18 .G27 : The end of the Morgan Raid / by R. Max Gard. Foreword and conclusion, plus photographs, by Foster B. Shattuck.  1963 1
E475.18 .H69 1999 : The longest raid of the Civil War : little-known & untold stories of Morgan's Raid into Kentucky, Indiana & Ohio / by Lester V. Horwitz.  1999 1
E475.18 .K4 : Morgan's Raid.  1961 1
E475.27 .O3 : Ohio at Vicksburg; report of the Ohio Vicksburg Battlefield Commission / by W. P. Gault ... Secretary of the Commission.  1906 1
E475.51 .M5 : Gettysburg / edited by Earl Schenck Miers and Richard A. Brown. Maps by Harold C. Detje.  1948 1
E475.51 .N9 : Here come the Rebels! Maps by the author.  1965 1
E475.53 .G472 2002 : Gettysburg : the boys in blue and gray / Rob Child & Associates present a Robert Child Film ; produced & directed by Robert Child.  2002 1
E475.53 .G55 : The blue and gray; a history of the conflicts during Lee's invasion and battle of Gettysburg, containing complete roster of the two armies, replete with incidents and maps; being for the most part contributions by union and confederate officers condensed and arranged for popular reading / by J. Warren Gilbert.  1922 1
E475.53 .L84 : Gettysburg: how the battle was fought. / By James T. Long.  1891 1
E475.53 .P4222 v.4 : The seventy-fifth anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg : report of the Pennsylvania Commission / compiled by Paul L. Roy.  1939 1
E475.55 .M68   2
E475.55 .N4 : Lincoln and the Gettysburg address ; commemorative papers / John Dos Passos [and others]  1964 1
E475.55 .W54 : Lincoln at Gettysburg : the words that remade America / Garry Wills.  1992 1
E475.56 .G48 1913 : Gettysburg; the pictures and the story.  1913 1
E475.81 .O37 : Chickamauga. / Record of the Ohio Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park Commission, by Joseph C. McElroy.  1896 1
E476.64 .D37 : The battle of New Market / William C. Davis.  1975 1
E476.66 .C9 : Lincoln under enemy fire, the complete account of his experiences during Early's attack on Washington.  1948 1
E476.69 .G53 : The march to the sea and beyond : Sherman's troops in the Savannah and Carolinas campaigns / Joseph T. Glatthaar.  1985 1
E476.93 .L88 : Campaign for Petersburg.  1970 1
E476.93 .S65 : Richmond redeemed : the siege at Petersburg / Richard J. Sommers ; foreword by Frank E. Vandiver.  1981 1
E477.67 .D33 : To Appomattox; nine April days, 1865.  1959 1
E478.7 .L88 : History of the Civil War, 1861-65 http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n95061286  1981 1
E480.8 .G53 J64 2013 c.2 : John Glenn : a life of service / WOSU Public Media.  2013 1
E487 .C5 : Mary Chesnut's Civil War / edited by C. Vann Woodward.  1981 1
E487 .C52 1961 : A diary from Dixie, as written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and afterward an aide to Jefferson Davis and a brigadier-general in the Confederate army / edited by Isabella D. Martin and Myrta Lockett Avary.  1961 1
E487 .C746 1906   2
E487 .C746 1966   2
E487 .D26   2
E487 .D263 1961 : The rise and fall of the Confederate Government / Jefferson Davis.  1961 1
E487 .D33 : Belles, beaux, and brains of the 60's / by T. C. De Leon. Illustrated with one hundred and sixty-six portraits.  1909 1
E487 . f83 2001 : The South vs. the South : how anti-Confederate southerners shaped the course of the Civil War / William W. Freehling.  2001 1
E487 .F863 : The Fremantle diary : being the journal of Lieutenant Colonel James Arthur Lyon Fremantle, Coldstream Guards, on his three months in the Southern States. / Editing and commentary by Walter Lord.  1954 1
E487 .H47 : Statesmen of the lost cause.  1939 1
E487 .P3 : Jefferson Davis and his cabinet / Rembert W. Patrick.  1944 1
E487 .P759 : The lost cause : a new southern history of the war of the Confederates : comprising a full and authentic account of the rise and progress of the late southern Confederacy--the campaigns, battles, incidents, and adventures of the most gigantic struggle of the world's history / by Edward A. Pollard ; with numerous splendid steel portraits.  1866 1
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