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One Continuous Fight: The Retreat from Gettysburg and the Pursuit of Lee's Army of Northern Virginia
The first detailed military history of Lee's retreat and the Union effort to catch and destroy the wounded Army of Northern Virginia Complimented with 18 original maps, dozens of photos, and a complete driving tour with GPS coordinates of the entire retreat

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Men of Fire: Grant, Forrest, and the Campaign That Decided the Civil War
In the winter of 1862, on the border between Kentucky and Tennessee, two extraordinary military leaders faced each other in an epic clash that would transform them both and change the course of American history forever

BATTLE DATE COMMANDER STRENGTH CASUALTIES
Mill Springs 1/19/1862 Crittenden
Thomas
6,000
4,000
533
262
Fort Donelson 2/12/1862 Floyd
Grant
21,000
27,000
15,067
2,832
Shiloh 4/6/1862 A.S. Johnston
Grant
40,000
63,000
10,694
13,047
Fair Oaks
Seven Pines
5/31/1862 Joesph Johnston
McClellan
42,000
42,000
6,134
5,031
Seven Days' Battle
Oak Grove
Beaver Dam Creek
Gaine's Mill
Savage's Station
Glendale
Malvern Hill
6/25/1862
to
7/1/1862
Lee
McClellan
95,000
91,000
20,614
15,849
Second Manassas 8/28/1862
8/30/1862
Lee
Pope
49,000
76,000
9,197
16,054
South Mountain 9/14/1862 Lee
McClellan
18,000
28,000
2,685
1,813
Antietam 9/16/1862
9/18/1862
Lee
McClellan
52,000
75,000
13,724
12,410
Perryville 10/7/1862
10/8/1862
Bragg
Buell
16,000
37,000
3,396
4,211
Fredericksburg 12/11/1862 Lee
Burnside
72,000
114,000
5,309
12,653
Murfreesboro 12/31/1862 Bragg
Rosecrans
37,000
43,000
9,865
11,577
Chancellorsville 5/1/1863 Lee
Hooker
57,000
105,000
12,764
16,792
Champions Hill 5/16/1863 Pemberton
Grant
20,000
29,000
3,851
2,441
Vicksburg Campaign 5/18/1863 Pemberton
Grant
22,000
46,000
31,275
4,550
Tullahoma 6/24/1863 Bragg
Rosecrans
34,000
65,000
1,634
560
Gettysburg 7/1/1863 Lee
Meade
75,000
83,000
28,063
23,049
Chickamauga 9/19/1863 Bragg
Rosecrans
68,000
58,000
18,454
16,179
Chattanooga 11/23/1863 Bragg
Grant
46,000
56,000
6,667
5,824
Wilderness 5/5/1864 Lee
Grant
61,000
102,000
11,400
18,400
Spotsylvania 5/12/1864 Lee
Hancock
52,000
100,000
12,000
18,000
Cold Harbor 6/1/1864 Lee
Grant
62,000
108,000
2,500
12,000
Petersburg 6/15/1864 Beauregard
Grant
42,000
64,000
2,970
8,150
Peach Tree Creek 7/20/1864 Hood
Thomas
19,000
20,000
2,500
1,600
Atlanta
Hoods Attack
7/22/1864 Hood
Sherman
37,000
30,000
8,000
3,722
Deep Bottom 8/14/1864 Lee
Hancock
20,000
28,000
1,700
2,901
Cedar Creek 10/19/1864 Early
Sheridan
18,000
31,000
2,910
5,665
Franklin 11/30/1864 Hood
Schofield
27,000
28,000
6,252
2,326
Nashville 12/15/1864 Hood
Thomas
23,000
50,000
4,462
3,061
Appomattox
Campaign
3/29/1865 Lee
Grant
50,000
113,000

10,780

Civil War Almanac
The Civil War Day By Day
An Almanac, 1861-1865

The most exhaustively detailed and fascinating book on the American Civil War of its kind. Not only does it provide a day-by-day look at the major events of the war, but lists so many of the small skirmishes and actions as well. Accurate and enjoyable
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Civil War Summary
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Young Reader Selections
Civil War Revolver Pistol
Civil War Model 1851 Naval Pistol
Engraved Silver Tone / Gold Tone Finish and Wooden Grips - Replica of Revolver Used by Both USA / Union and CSA / Confederate Forces


Bloody Roads South: The Wilderness to Cold Harbor, May-June 1864
This chronicles the great 1864 Overland Campaign, forty days that marked the end of the Civil War. In detail the battles in Virginia's Wilderness to the combat at Spotsylvania the trap laid by Lee at the North Anna River, to the killing ground of Cold Harbor
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Civil War Milledgeville: Tales from the Confederate Capital of Georgia
In the town of Milledgeville, Georgia--the state capital during the Civil War the actions of local soldiers and citizens alike tell a story that is unique to that locale. The division between combatant and civilian at the local level is not always clear. The often forgotten events and people that have shaped our larger understanding of the Civil War, from a womens riot to a confederate cavalry rescue.

The Battle of the Wilderness May 5-6, 1864
Fought in a tangled forest fringing the south bank of the Rapidan River, the Battle of the Wilderness marked the initial engagement in the climactic months of the Civil War in Virginia, and the first encounter between Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee
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Curiosities

Civil War Curiosities: Strange Stories, Oddities, Events, and Coincidences
This work was fascinating to read and was neither over dramatic or under written. The stories were lively and interesting and the additon of old photos and draqwings helped fill out the book.
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Patriotic Treason
John Brown and the Soul of America

The life of the first citizen committed to absolute racial equality. His friendships in defiance of the culture around him, He turned his twenty children into a dedicated militia. He collaborated with black leaders such as Frederick Douglass, Martin Delany, and Harriet Tubman to overthrow slavery.
Struggle for the heartland
Struggle for the Heartland: The Campaigns from Fort Henry to Corinth
The military campaign that began in early 1862 with the advance to Fort Henry and culminated in late May with the capture of Corinth, Mississippi. The first significant Northern penetration into the Confederate west
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Fredericksburg

Fredericksburg! Fredericksburg!
A stunning defeat for the Union. Confederate Robert E. Lee suffered roughly 5,000 casualties but inflicted nearly 13,000--on his opponent, General Ambrose Burnside.
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Men of Fire: Grant, Forrest, and the Campaign That Decided the Civil War
In the winter of 1862, on the border between Kentucky and Tennessee, two extraordinary military leaders faced each other in an epic clash that would transform them both and change the course of American history forever
First Manassas
"We Shall Meet Again": The First Battle of Manassas (Bull Run), July 18-21, 1861
The First Battle of Manassas claimed the lives of approximately 878 soldiers and wounded another 2,489. With a battlefield stretching nearly five miles, 15,000 Union and 14,000 Confederate soldiers clashed for four fateful days, many of them young and terrified and receiving their first taste of a long and bitter war
Brandy Station
Brandy Station
Virginia, 1863:

Major General Joseph "Fighting Joe" Hooker.
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Monroes Crossroads

Battle of Monroe's Crossroads and the Civil War's Final Campaign
Detailed tactical narrative of this important but long-forgotten battle, and places it in its proper context within the entire campaign. Author Eric Wittenberg study features 28 original maps and 50 illustrations. Finally, an author of renown has brought to vivid life this overlooked portion of the Carolinas Campaign
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Sabine Pass
The Confederacy's Thermopylae

Sabine Pass was the site of one of the most decisive Civil War battles



Halls of Honor
The U.S. Navy Museum takes you on an informed and entertaining romp through one of North America s oldest and finest military museums. The museum has been in continuous operation at the Washington Navy Yard since the American Civil War

Raise The Alabama
She was known as "the ghost ship." During the Civil War, the CSS Alabama sailed over 75,000 miles and captured more than 60 Union vessels. But her career came to an end in June of 1864 when she was sunk by the USS Kearsarge off the coast of Northern France

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Wounding of Stonewall Jackson
The Battle of Chancellorsville


Kansas Pacific
With the Civil War about to begin, Southern saboteurs try to prevent railroad construction from crossing Kansas to the frontier.

Gettysburg: Three Days of Destiny
Presented by the Gettysburg Anniversary Committee and filmed at the massive 140th Gettysburg Battle Reenactment. The dramatic story unfolds through both Union and Confederate commanders dispatches, diaries and after-battle reports, with some of the biggest and most exciting Civil War battle sequences ever filmed

Blue Vs. Gray - Killing Fields
Relive the most vicious fighting of the Civil War, in which General Ulysses S. Grant forcibly reversed the tide of the conflict by paying with the blood of thousands. It was a desperate time for the Union

Civil War Combat
America's Bloodiest Battles

The violent mayhem of the hornet's nest at Shiloh, the valiant charge on the sunken road at Antietam, the carnage in the wheat field at Gettysburg, and the brutal fighting at Cold Harbor

Civil War Journal
The Conflict Begins

These four programs from the History Channel series Civil War Journal cover critical aspects of the early days of the war.

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