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The Fog of Gettysburg: The Myths and Mysteries of the Battle

By Kenn Allers Jr. - Published 2008

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Nonfiction

Another book on Gettysburg? Fortunately, the answer is “yes.” While the battle of Gettysburg is indeed the most analyzed three days in American ...Read Review

Webb Garrison’s Civil War Dictionary: An Illustrated Guide to the Everyday Language of Soldiers and Civilians

By Cheryl Garrison - By Webb Garrison Sr - Published 2008

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MilitaryNonfiction

Most Civil War buffs know that General Robert E. Lee’s favorite warhorse was the gray gelding Traveller. Few realize that Cincinnati was ...Read Review

A Matter of Honor

By William C. Hammond III - Published 2007

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Nautical

This nautical adventure, the first in a series, takes place during the American Revolution as Richard Cutler, a young rebel, signs on as ...Read Review

Cold Rock River

By J.L. Miles - Published 2006

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Saga

In Vietnam-era rural Georgia, insecure Adie falls in love with the most popular boy in high school. She is thrilled when Buck begins ...Read Review

War Drums

By Livia Hallam with James Reasoner - Published 2006

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This is the second book in the Palmetto Trilogy, the first being Call To Arms. This series portrays how the American Civil War ...Read Review

Call To Arms

By Livia Hallam with James Reasoner - Published 2005

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Saga

Call to Arms is the first volume in an old-fashioned Civil War saga, the Palmetto trilogy. Allard Tyler and his friend Robert Gilmore ...Read Review

Shenandoah

By James Reasoner - Published 2002

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Saga

This eighth installment of ten in the Civil War Battle Series begins with Titus Brannon, recently escaped from a Yankee POW camp, returning ...Read Review

Chickamauga

By James Reasoner - Published 2002

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Military

This seventh installment of ten in the Civil War Battle Series picks up the story on July 4, 1863, the day after the surrender of ...Read Review

The Canebrake Men

By Cameron Judd - Published 2001

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By the end of this, the final of three volumes, Tennessee has at long last become a state, but more than the history ...Read Review

Lee At Chattanooga

By Dennis P. McIntire - Published 2002

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Alternate HistoryMilitary

Subtitled “A Novel of What Might Have Been,” this story is just that. The author revisits one of the South’s most perplexing ...Read Review