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War of the Rebellion Volumes

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Item #3106 - Vol. IV

Civil War/Reports/The West/Virginia/Kentucky

This volume contains reports and correspondence concerning both Union and Confederate operations in Arizona, Kentucky, New Mexico, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Southeastern Virginia for late 1861 and early 1862, the opening actions in these portions of the country. Included are actions such as Piketon, Rockcastle, Saratoga and Woodbury, Kentucky; San Augustine; New Mexico, the burning of Hampton, Virginia, etc. In this volume, you can find information on many of the famous players in the war before they were famous, such as Grant, Sherman and Thomas.  Also, there are many reports on many very small skirmishes; far too many to mention individually. The rare volume contains a total of  792 pages (!) of fantastic first-hand accounts concerning this important period of the war, including over 60 individual reports! The full title of the volume is "The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Series I, Vol. IV” covering "Operations in Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona, June 11, 1861 to February 1, 1862; “ “Operations in Kentucky and Tennessee, July 1 to November 19, 1861;” and “Operations in North Carolina and Southeaster Virginia, August 1, 1861 to January 11, 1862.”  The book is a must for anyone who is seriously interested in the early portions of the war in these areas, on which data is difficult to find. The book was published in Washington in 1882 and printed by the Government Printing Office. All of the official Union and Confederate reports and correspondence for the periods indicated that were forwarded to Washington and Richmond (and which survived the war) are included. This book is a major source document for virtually anything written on this period of the war. The book includes reports from individuals such as Edward Canby, John Fremont, U. S. Grant, Leonidas Polk, Albert S. Johnston, F. K. Zollicoffer, Simon Buckner, George H. Thomas, S. L. Phelps, Benjamin Butler, John B. Magruder, John Wool, Joseph Mansfield, Benjamin Huger, John McClernand, John Baylor, etc. There is also correspondence to and from many of the same individuals as well as Abraham Lincoln, William T. Sherman, Braxton Bragg, Jefferson Davis, Winfield Scott, Simon Cameron, George McClellan, D. H. Hill, William Mahone, Judah Benjamin, Gideon Pillow, Henry Sibley, Earl Van Dorn Alexander McCook, Lloyd Tilghman, Josiah Gorgas, Patrick Cleburne, William Steele, H. E. McCulloch, Hamiton Bee, and many more. The volume is thoroughly indexed.  792 pages, 9 1/4"x6".

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Item #3107 - Vol. 5

Civil War/Reports/Balls Bluff/Dranesville etc

This volume contains reports and correspondence for both Union and Confederate armies concerning actions in Maryland, Northern Virginia, and West Virginia for portions of 1861 and 1862 as listed below.  The volume includes actions such as Ball’s Bluff, Dranesville, Carnifix Ferry, Manassas (these actions are not either of the famous battles that occurred there), Centreville, Bolivar Heights, Cheat Mountain, Great Falls, the Kanawa Valley, Pohick Church, Vienna, Annandale, Romney, Greenbrier River, Camp Allegheny, etc. There are even reports on the arrest of  members of the Maryland legislature. There are about 254 separate reports and hundreds of letters, orders, returns, etc. The rare volume contains a total of 1204 pages (!) of fantastic first-hand accounts concerning this important period of the war. The full title of the volume is "The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Series I, Vol. V” covering "Operations in Maryland, Northern Virginia, and West Virginia, August 1, 1861 to March 17, 1862.”  The book is a must for anyone who is seriously interested in this period of the war. The book was published in Washington in 1881 and printed by the Government Printing Office. All of the official Union and Confederate reports and correspondence that passed between the commanders during the period listed and were forwarded to Washington and Richmond (and which survived the war) are included. Information concerning entire actions and skirmishes can be traced through these documents. This book is a major source document for virtually anything written on this period of the war. The book includes reports from individuals such George McClellan, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, William Rosecrans, James Longstreet, Joseph Hooker, James “J E B” Stuart, Allan Pinkerton, Wade Hampton, Philip Kearny, Fitzhugh Lee, Nathaniel Banks, Louis Wigfall, Samuel Crawford, William Taliferro, Henry Slocum, Nathan Kimball, Turner Ashby, John Dix, Nathan Evans, John Wool, W. W. Loring, Louis Blenker, George Sykes, Daniel Sickles, J. J. Archer, John Geary, George Bayard, Henry Terry, Benjamin Kelley, David Gregg, George McCall, E. O. C. Ord, Albert Myer, Charles Tripler, William Franklin, Henry Wise, John B. Floyd, Charles Griffin, Joseph Johnston, Joseph Reynolds, George Stannard, Henry Benham, etc. There is also correspondence from many of the above as well as Robert E. Lee, Winfield Scott, Earl Van Dorn, Judah Benjamin, Irvin McDowell, D. H. Hill, Henry Hunt, Jefferson Davis, Edwin Stanton, Simon Cameron, Gideon Welles, E. V. Sumner, John Dahlgren, etc. The volume is thoroughly indexed.  1204 pages,
9 1/4"x6".

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Item # 3105 - Vol. XI, part 3

Civil War/correspondence/Seven Days Battles

This volume contains correspondence for both Union and Confederate armies concerning the Peninsular Campaign and the Seven Days Battles, (such as Fair Oaks, Malvern Hill, Gaines Mills, Harrisons’ Landing, etc.) as well as the actions at Yorktown, Williamsburg, the Chickahominy River, Mechanicsville, the defenses of Norfolk, etc. There are thousands of letters, orders, returns, etc. The rare volume contains a total of 751 pages (!) of fantastic first-hand accounts concerning this important period of the war. The full title of the volume is "The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Series I, Vol. XI, Part III” covering "Correspondence, Orders and Returns Relating to the Peninsular Campaign, Virginia, From March 17 to September 2, 1862.” The book is a must for anyone who is seriously interested in this controversial period of the war. The book was published in Washington in 1884 and printed by the Government Printing Office. All of the official Union and Confederate correspondence that passed between the commanders during the period listed and were forwarded to Washington and Richmond (and which survived the war) are included. Information concerning entire actions and skirmishes can be traced through these documents. This book is a major source document for virtually anything written on this period of the war. The book includes correspondence to and from individuals such George McClellan, Joseph Johnston, Ambrose Burnside, Robert E. Lee, Henry Halleck, Jubal Early, William Franklin, Thomas “Stoenwall” Jackson, Irvin McDowell, Lewis Armistead, Fitz John Porter, R. S. Ewell, Nathaniel Banks, Braxton Bragg, George Stoneman, Jefferson Davis, Abraham Lincoln, A. P. Hill, Samuel Heintzelman, D. H. Hill, John dahlgren, Lafayette McLaws, Philip Kearny, James longstreet, Erasmus Keyes, Silas casey, Darius Couch, John B. Hood, John Dix, David Hunter, John B. Gordon, Stephen D. Lee, William Mahone, Benjamin Huger, J. B. Kershaw, L. O’B Branch, etc. The volume is thoroughly indexed. 751 pages, 9 1/4"x6".
 
 

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Item # 3112 - Vol. XXXVIII  Part 4

Civil War/letters/Atlanta Campaign/Rare!

This volume contains correspondence for both Union and Confederate armies concerning the Atlanta Campaign and actions in the surrounding areas. The volume includes actions such as Pond Springs, Alabama; Adairsville, Atlanta, Brush Mountain, Calhoun, Cassville, Cass Station, Dallas Line, Dalton, Dug Gap, Etowah River, Cartersville, Gilgal Church, Kenesaw Mountain, Kingston, Lost Mountain, Mariettta, Noonday Creek, Pine Hill, Powder Springs, Resaca, Rocky Face Ridge, Rome, Tunnel Hill, and Varnell’s Station, Georgia; Brice’s Crossroads, Mississippi; James River, Virginia; etc. The rare volume contains several thousand pieces of correspondence in a total of 871 pages (!) of fantastic first-hand accounts concerning this important period of the war. The full title of the volume is "The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Series I, Vol. XXXVIII, Part IV, Correspondence” covering "Correspondence, Orders, and Returns Relating to Operations in the Atlanta Campaign from May 1, 1864 to June 30, 1864.” The book is a must for anyone who is seriously interested in the Atlanta Campaign. The book was published in Washington in 1891 and printed by the Government Printing Office. All of the official Union and Confederate correspondence that passed between the commanders during the period listed and were forwarded to Washington and Richmond (and which survived the war) are included. Information concerning entire actions and skirmishes can be traced through these documents. This book is a major source document for virtually anything written on this period of the war. The book includes correspondence from individuals such as Stephen D. Lee, William T. Sherman, George H. Thomas, Nathan Bedford Forrest, John Hood, Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, Joseph Hooker, Joseph Johnston, Leonidas Polk, Joseph Wheeler,  George Stoneman, James McPherson, William Hardee, Braxton Bragg, Gideon Pillow, John Logan, Henry Halleck, Judson Kilpatrick, John Schofield, Samuel French, John Geary, O. O. Howard, Grenville Dodge, Patrick Cleburne, James Steedman, Edward McCook, Daniel Butterfield, Benjanin Cheatham, Jacob Cox, Frank Blair, Jr., Washington Elliott, Kenner Garrard, William Gresham, Henry Hambright, John Palmer, John Smith, etc. The volume is thoroughly indexed.   871 pages, 9 1/4"x6".

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