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Title: The Gettysburg Cyclorama - The Turning Point of the Civil War on Canvas
Author: Brenneman and Boardman, Sue, Chris
Item #: 7092
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CA, 2015. First Edition, Signed Bookplate by the authors. 9x12. Illustrated, color and black & white, 220 pp. First comprehensive study of this art masterpiece and historic artifact. Mint in DJ.   
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Title: Spies, Scouts, and Secrets in the Gettysburg Campaign
Author: Ryan, Thomas J.
Item #: 7094
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CA, 2015. First Edition. Signed Bookplate by the author. Photos, maps, 481 pp. How the critical role of intelligence impacted the outcome of Lee's invasion of the north, June-July 1863. Recipient of the Gettysburg Round table Book of the Year award. Mint in DJ.
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Title: History of the Thirty-fifth regiment Massachusetts volunteers 1862-1865. With a roster.
Author: Committee of the Regiment,
Item #: 1184
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MA, 1884. Mills, Knight & Co. First Edition. In this reliable study are a host of personal accounts ranging from the battles of Antietam, Chickamauga, Wilderness Campaign, Petersburg siege, Weldon Railroad to life in Southern prisons.  Listed as one of Fox's fighting 300.  One of the James I. Robertson Civil War Collection. Fine in Cloth & Mylar.
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Title: The Passing of the Armies
Author: Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence
Item #: 1185
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NY, 1915. G.P. Putnam's Sons First Edition. 2 ports., 3 plans (2 fold.), 892 pp. The climax of Chamberlain’s very readable reminiscences is his moving description of the surrender ceremonies at Appomattox. Fine in Decorated Cloth & Mylar. A very handsome copy of a very scarce book.    

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Title: Lee's Sharpshooters; or, The Forefront of Battle
Author: Dunlop, Major W.S.
Item #: 1189
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OH, 2000. Morningside reprint of 1899 ed. Intro by Robert K. Krick. Front., 499 pp. These are the reminiscences and unit history by a soldier who fought in both South Carolina and Mississippi regiments. The sharpshooters were a battalion formed in early 1864 from men in McGowan’s Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia. VG in Decorated Cloth.
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Title: The Voyage of the Armada - The Spanish Story
Author: Howarth, David
Item #: 7107
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NY, 1981. First Edition. Endpaper maps, illus., 256 pp. Ill-fated attempt by Phillip II to conquer the English and return the country to the Roman faith. Fine in DJ.
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Title: The Second Day at Gettysburg - The Attack and Defense of Cemetery Ridge, July 2, 1863
Author: Shultz, David L. and Mingus, Scott L., Sr.
Item #: 1199
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CA, 2015. First Edition, Signed, and Signed Bookplate by the authors. Maps, photos, ports., 531 pp. This new book on the fascinating events that occurred along the Union center is the most detailed tactical account of decision making, leadership, and raw courage published to date. Mint in DJ.
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Title: "To Prepare for Sherman's Coming." The Battle of Wise's Forks, March 1865
Author: Smith, Mark A., and Sokolosky, Wade
Item #: 1200
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CA, 2015. First Edition, Signed bookplate by the author. Illus, Maps, 192 pp. This battle has long been thought of as nothing more than an insignificant skirmish during the final days of the Civil War. This excellent book erases this misconception and elevates this combat and its related operations to the historical status it deserves. Mint in DJ. 
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Title: The Civil War of 1812 - American Citizens, British Subjects, Irish Rebels, & Indian Allies
Author: Taylor, Alan
Item #: 1235
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NY, 2010. First Edition. Maps, ports., illus., 620 pp. This is a vivid narrative of an often brutal (and sometimes comic) war that reveals much about the tangled origins of the United States and Canada. Mint in DJ.
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Title: "Forward My Brave Boys!" A History of the 11th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, CSA 1861-1865
Author: Cathey, W. Todd, and Waddey, Gary W.
Item #: 1244
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GA, 2016. First Edition. Illus., ports., maps, photos, appendices, 503 pp. This book takes the reader into their camps, on the march, and onto line of battle with Cheatham's hard-hitting division in the Army of Tennessee. Mint in DJ.
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