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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 »

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 »

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 »

INSIGNIA OF INDEPENDENCE

INSIGNIA OF INDEPENDENCE

INSIGNIA OF INDEPENDENCE: Military Buttons, Accoutrement Plates, & Gorgets of the American Revolution. Troiani, Don and James L. Kochan.  Gettysburg, PA: Thomas Publications, October 2012. … (ST501077). Learn More »

NEW JERSEY BUTTERFLY BOYS IN THE CIVIL WAR:  THE HUSSARS OF THE UNION ARMY

NEW JERSEY BUTTERFLY BOYS IN THE CIVIL WAR: THE HUSSARS OF THE UNION ARMY

Lubrecht, Peter T.  The History Press: Charleston, SC.  2011.  6"x9" softcover, 192 pp. In the last year of the Civil War, the Union formed a traditional European cavalry unit known as the New… (657-01). Learn More »

CANNONS - AN INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY

CANNONS - AN INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY

Dean S. Thomas. Thomas Publications, Gettysburg, PA.  Softcover, 72 pages. 8 1/2" x 11". The concise guide to the weapons, ammunition, and equipment of Civil War artillery. More than 150 photos and… (ST118). Learn More »

A HANDBOOK OF BULLETS & CARTRIDGES

A HANDBOOK OF BULLETS & CARTRIDGES

James E. Thomas, Dean S. Thomas.  Thomas Publications, Gettysburg, PA.  Softcover, 68 pages. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2". Information on bullets, cartridges and their manufacturers for collectors. Clear,… (ST130). Learn More »

AN INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL WAR SMALL ARMS

AN INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL WAR SMALL ARMS

By Earll J. Coates and Dean S. Thomas.  The story of Civil War small arms is as colorful and varied as that of the men who carried them. It is the intention of this volume to provide the reader with… (ST124). Learn More »

MARYLANDERS IN BLUE by DANIEL C. TOOMEY & CHARLES A. EARP

MARYLANDERS IN BLUE by DANIEL C. TOOMEY & CHARLES A. EARP

Hardback, published 1999 by Toomey Press. 176 pp. (ST500397). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD RELICS & SOUVENIRS

GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD RELICS & SOUVENIRS

Written by Mike O'Donnell.  Hardcover, 318 glossy pages. Heavily illustrated with black & white photographs This fabulous book tells the story of the Battle of Gettysburg through the artifacts… (ST302). Learn More »

ROUND BALL TO RIMFIRE, PART THREE FEDERAL PISTOLS, REVOLVERS & MISC. ESSAYS

ROUND BALL TO RIMFIRE, PART THREE FEDERAL PISTOLS, REVOLVERS & MISC. ESSAYS

Dean S. Thomas. Hardcover, 488 pp. Thomas Publications, Gettysburg. This volume thoroughly covers Federal pistol ammunition. Detailed information on patents, designers, & manufacturers.… (ST500885). Learn More »

SHADES OF GRAY, A NOVEL OF THE CIVIL WAR IN VIRGINIA by JESSICA JAMES

SHADES OF GRAY, A NOVEL OF THE CIVIL WAR IN VIRGINIA by JESSICA JAMES

Patriot Press, Gettysburg, PA. Softcover, 524 pp. They were willing to sacrifice – and to lose – everything but their honor. Follow a Northern spy and a Confederate cavalry officer across the… (ST247). Learn More »

WHERE DUTY CALLED THEM by EDMUND RAUS

WHERE DUTY CALLED THEM by EDMUND RAUS

THE STORY OF THE SAMUEL BABCOCK FAMILY OF HOMER, NEW YORK IN THE CIVIL WAR Edmund Raus. Softbound, 48 pp. Published 2001 by Schroeder Publications. A compelling story of three brothers who enlisted in… (ST190). Learn More »

THE FIGHTING QUAKERS by A.J.H. DUGANNE

THE FIGHTING QUAKERS by A.J.H. DUGANNE

THE FIGHTING QUAKERS by A.J.H. Duganne with a new introduction and additional material by Patrick A. Schroeder. 1995 reprint from Farmville printing; original published in 1866. Softbound, 120 pp. The… (ST500353). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR COMMANDERS

CIVIL WAR COMMANDERS

Dean S. Thomas. Paperback, 72 pp. Presents a photographic image and capsule biography of over one hundred Union and Confederate officers. (ST119). Learn More »


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