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RIDING FOR UNCLE SAMUEL - THE CIVIL WAR HISTORY OF THE FIRST CONNECTICUT CAVALRY VOLUNTEERS

RIDING FOR UNCLE SAMUEL - THE CIVIL WAR HISTORY OF THE FIRST CONNECTICUT CAVALRY VOLUNTEERS

This eagerly awaited new Civil War regimental history was written by one of the The Horse Soldier’s long time staff members, Robert B. Angelovich. This fine hardcover work contains almost 700 pages,… (422-157). Learn More »

THE TIES OF THE PAST – THE GETTYSBURG DIARIES OF SALOME MYERS STEWART

THE TIES OF THE PAST – THE GETTYSBURG DIARIES OF SALOME MYERS STEWART

By Sally Sites Thomas; Thomas Publications, Gettysburg. Softcover, 304 pages, 6 x 9”. Salome "Sally" Myers was a young girl in Gettysburg when the Civil War invaded her town. Sally put aside her… (ST501126). Learn More »

READY….AIM….FIRE!  SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION IN THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG

READY….AIM….FIRE! SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION IN THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG

Written by Dean S. Thomas.  Re-print from Americana Souvenirs and Gifts, Gettysburg, PA; originally from Thomas Publications..  Softcover, 76 pp., 8 ½” x 11”. This publication includes 34… (ST257). Learn More »

EAST CEMETERY HILL AT GETTYSBURG – “THE HOUR WAS ONE OF HORROR”

EAST CEMETERY HILL AT GETTYSBURG – “THE HOUR WAS ONE OF HORROR”

By John Archer.  Thomas Publications.  Softcover, 5.5 x 8.5, 100 pages. It has been long neglected by historians and visitors to the battlefield, but the easternmost reaches of Cemetery Ridge… (ST501122). Learn More »

THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG CYCLORAMA – A HISTORY AND GUIDE

THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG CYCLORAMA – A HISTORY AND GUIDE

By Sue Boardman and Kathryn Porch. Thomas Publications. Softcover, 11 x 8.5, 80 pages. This book is more than a history of the recently restored Gettysburg Cyclorama painting by French artist Paul… (ST123). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG: THE COMPLETE PICTORIAL OF BATTLEFIELD MONUMENTS

GETTYSBURG: THE COMPLETE PICTORIAL OF BATTLEFIELD MONUMENTS

By Ann Marie & D. Scott Hartwig.  Thomas Publications.  Softcover, 72 pp. All of the many types are pictured here:  bronzes, Union and Confederate state memorials, commemorative monuments,… (ST328). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG HOUR BY HOUR

GETTYSBURG HOUR BY HOUR

Roach, Henry. Re-print from Americana Souvenirs and Gifts, Gettysburg, PA; originally from Thomas Publications.  Softcover, 76 pp. The story of the battle in manageable time increments illustrated… (ST312). Learn More »

THE NEW GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN HANDBOOK – FACTS, PHOTOS AND ARTWORK FOR READERS OF ALL AGES

THE NEW GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN HANDBOOK – FACTS, PHOTOS AND ARTWORK FOR READERS OF ALL AGES

Petruzzi, J. David, and Steven Stanley.  Published by Savas Beatie.  Softcover, 184 pp.  Full color, 28 maps, 100+ photos and illustrations, order of battle. The New Gettysburg Campaign Handbook is… (ST501119). Learn More »

SO YOU THINK YOU KNOW GETTYSBURG? VOLUME 2

SO YOU THINK YOU KNOW GETTYSBURG? VOLUME 2

Gindlesperger, James and Suzanne.  John F. Blair, Publisher, 2014.  Softcover, 234 pages, 270 color photographs, 13 maps. Nearly two million people visit Gettysburg National Military Park annually,… (ST501116). Learn More »

THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG – THE EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT BY COL. FRANK A. HASKELL

THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG – THE EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT BY COL. FRANK A. HASKELL

Thomas Publications.  Softcover, 139 pp. Col. Haskell wrote the first and, according to many, the best eyewitness account of the most pivotal event in American history. His unique position and duties… (ST501114). Learn More »

BEYOND THE BATTLEFIELD – STORIES FROM GETTYSBURG’S RICH HISTORY

BEYOND THE BATTLEFIELD – STORIES FROM GETTYSBURG’S RICH HISTORY

Written by James Rada.  Legacy Publishing, 2014.  Softcover, 210 pp.  with b&w photos. Signed by the author. Home to a U.S. president, Hall of Fame pitcher and a classic automobile inventor,… (733-04). Learn More »

ECHOES OF WAR DRUMS - THE CIVIL WAR IN MOUNTAIN MARYLAND

ECHOES OF WAR DRUMS - THE CIVIL WAR IN MOUNTAIN MARYLAND

Written by James Rada.  Legacy Publishing, 2013.  Softcover, 158 pp.  with b&w photos. Signed by the author. Though the mountains of Western Maryland were not the site of any major battles… (733-03). Learn More »

BARKSDALE’S CHARGE – THE TRUE HIGH TIDE OF THE CONFEDERACY, JULY 2, 1863

BARKSDALE’S CHARGE – THE TRUE HIGH TIDE OF THE CONFEDERACY, JULY 2, 1863

Tucker, Philip T.  Savas Beattie, 2013.  6x9 hardcover, 320 pp.  29 photos, 6 maps, bibliography, index, endnotes.   From the publisher: On the third day of Gettysburg, Robert E. Lee launched a… (ST501110). Learn More »

THE FIRST DAY AT GETTYSBURG – A WALKING TOUR

THE FIRST DAY AT GETTYSBURG – A WALKING TOUR

Thomas, James E.  Thomas Publications.  Softcover, 5.5” x 8.5”, 80 pages. A walking tour (actually three) that cover the entire first day of the battlefield. Each includes many stops along the… (ST501097). Learn More »

WOMEN AT GETTYSBURG, REVISITED

WOMEN AT GETTYSBURG, REVISITED

Conklin, Eileen.  Thomas Publications, 2013.   Softcover, 488 pp.  Revised and updated edition of this classic work. Fascinating and meticulously researched biographies of 40 women who served,… (ST501087). Learn More »

THE COMRADES – SIXTH MICHIGAN CAVALRY, COMPANY F

THE COMRADES – SIXTH MICHIGAN CAVALRY, COMPANY F

Rosencrans, Bobbie Robertson.  Softcover, 580 pages. B&W illustrations. The Sixth Michigan Cavalry fought in nearly all the important battles of the eastern front.  They played a critical role… (ST501086). Learn More »

NO NORTH, NO SOUTH…THE GRAND REUNION AT THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG

NO NORTH, NO SOUTH…THE GRAND REUNION AT THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG

Written by James Rada.  Legacy Publishing, 2013.  Softcover, 110 pp.  with b&w photos and illustrations. Signed by the author. 50 years after the Battle of Gettysburg, another army invaded… (733-02). Learn More »

BATTLEFIELD ANGELS – THE DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY WORK AS CIVIL WAR NURSES

BATTLEFIELD ANGELS – THE DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY WORK AS CIVIL WAR NURSES

Written by James Rada.  Legacy Publishing, 2011.  Softcover, 230 pp.  with b&w photos and illustrations. Signed by the author. "The country had only 600 trained nurses at the start of the Civil… (733-01). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG IN 3-D

GETTYSBURG IN 3-D

Edited by Garry Adelman, Ron Perisho and John J. Richter.  Published 2013 by The Center for Civil War Photography.  Softcover, 11 x 8 ½”, 72 pp. 3-D glasses included. In the days, weeks and… (ST501081). Learn More »

THE CIVIL WAR IN PENNSYLVANIA: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY

THE CIVIL WAR IN PENNSYLVANIA: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY

By Michael G. Kraus, David M. Neville, and Kenneth C. Turner.  Published by the Senator John Heinz History Center, this is a project of Pennsylvania Civil War 150, a statewide coalition of… (ST332). Learn More »


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UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS USED MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY AMES MFG. CO., CHICOPEE, MASS.

In 1859 the US Marine Corps regulations changed. The prized Mamaluke style sword was replaced with the same regulation sword used by the Army. This would later be reversed and today the Marines still carry the Mamaluke sword. It is exceedingly rare… (870-52). Learn More »

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