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HEROES FOR ALL TIME – CONNECTICUT CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS TELL THEIR STORIES

HEROES FOR ALL TIME – CONNECTICUT CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS TELL THEIR STORIES

By Dione Longley and Buck Zaidel.  2015, Wesleyan University Press. Hardcover with dustjacket; 342 pp., 305 color illus.  9 x 10". Compelling first-hand accounts of the war, lavishly illustrated… (ST501140). Learn More »

DEVIL’S DEN – A HISTORY AND GUIDE

DEVIL’S DEN – A HISTORY AND GUIDE

Adelman, Garry E. and Timothy H. Smith. Re-print from Americana Souvenirs and Gifts, Gettysburg; originally published by Thomas Publications. Softcover, 166 pages. A detailed history of one of the… (ST501174). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE & SOUTHERN AGENT MARKED SHOTGUNS

CONFEDERATE & SOUTHERN AGENT MARKED SHOTGUNS

Pritchard, Jr., Russ A. and John W. Ashworth, Jr. with Liza Bryson, Tim Prince and W. C. Smith, III. Hardback, 383 pp. Heavily illustrated with color photographs. Confederate & Southern Agent… (ST501172). Learn More »

A VAST SEA OF MISERY – A HISTORY AND GUIDE TO THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE FIELD HOSPITALS AT GETTYSBURG, JULY 1-NOVEMBER 20, 1863

A VAST SEA OF MISERY – A HISTORY AND GUIDE TO THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE FIELD HOSPITALS AT GETTYSBURG, JULY 1-NOVEMBER 20, 1863

Re-issued by Savas Beatie, 2017. Originally published by Thomas Publications in 1996. Softcover, 224 pages; 7”x 10”, b&w photos & maps. Nearly 26,000 men were wounded in the three-day… (ST501171). Learn More »

A STRANGE AND BLIGHTED LAND – GETTYSBURG: THE AFTERMATH OF A BATTLE

A STRANGE AND BLIGHTED LAND – GETTYSBURG: THE AFTERMATH OF A BATTLE

2017 re-issue by Savas Beatie. Originally published by Thomas Publications in 1995. Softcover, 432 pages. 6” x 9”. Gettysburg (July 1-3, 1863) was the largest battle fought on the American… (ST501170). Learn More »

DETERMINED TO STAND AND FIGHT – THE BATTLE OF MONOCACY, JULY 9, 1864

DETERMINED TO STAND AND FIGHT – THE BATTLE OF MONOCACY, JULY 9, 1864

By Ryan T. Quint. Savas Beatie, 2017.  Paperback, 192 pages. In early July 1864, a quickly patched together force of outnumbered Union soldiers under the command of Maj. Gen. Lew Wallace prepared for… (ST501166). Learn More »

“DOUBLE CANISTER  AT TEN YARDS” – THE FEDERAL ARTILLERY AND THE REPULSE OF PICKETT’S CHARGE, JULY 3, 1863

“DOUBLE CANISTER AT TEN YARDS” – THE FEDERAL ARTILLERY AND THE REPULSE OF PICKETT’S CHARGE, JULY 3, 1863

By David L. Schultz. Savas Beatie, 2017.  Paperback, 144 pages. 6x9”, with 12 images and 5 maps. Gettysburg is one of the most famous and studied battles of history, and Pickett’s Charge, its… (ST501165). Learn More »

DON’T GIVE AN INCH – THE SECOND DAY AT GETTYSBURG, JULY 2, 1863

DON’T GIVE AN INCH – THE SECOND DAY AT GETTYSBURG, JULY 2, 1863

By Chris Mackowski, Kristopher D. White, Daniel T. Davis. Savas Beatie, 2016.  Paperback, 192 pages. 6x9”, with 150 images and 150 maps. George Gordon Meade could hardly believe it: only three days… (ST501161). Learn More »

FANTASTIC BOOK ON AIRBORNE INSIGNIA FROM WORLD WAR TWO TO THE COLD WAR

FANTASTIC BOOK ON AIRBORNE INSIGNIA FROM WORLD WAR TWO TO THE COLD WAR

This massive and profusely illustrated volume is hardcover with a full-color dust jacket. It meas. approx. 9.00 x 11.50 inches and runs approx. 392 pages. Almost every page in this volume has color… (460-1457). Learn More »

CLAY SOLDIERS – ONE MARINE’S STORY OF WAR, ART, & ATOMIC ENERGY

CLAY SOLDIERS – ONE MARINE’S STORY OF WAR, ART, & ATOMIC ENERGY

Rada, Jr., James. Legacy Publishing, 2016. Softcover, 245 pp. Black & white photos. Signed by the author. Chuck Caldwell was always fascinated by history, so much so that as a 14-year-old boy he… (733-06). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG’S FORGOTTEN CAVALRY ACTIONS – FARNSWORTH’S CHARGE, SOUTH CAVALRY FIELD, AND THE BATTLE OF FAIRFIELD, JULY 3, 1863

GETTYSBURG’S FORGOTTEN CAVALRY ACTIONS – FARNSWORTH’S CHARGE, SOUTH CAVALRY FIELD, AND THE BATTLE OF FAIRFIELD, JULY 3, 1863

Wittenberg, Eric J. Savas Beatie Publishing. Softcover, 264 pages. In 1998, Eric J. Wittenberg’s masterful cavalry study won the Bachelder-Coddington Literary Award for the year’s best new work… (ST501157). Learn More »

THE SECOND DAY AT GETTYSBURG – THE ATTACK AND DEFENSE OF CEMETERY RIDGE, JULY 2, 1863

THE SECOND DAY AT GETTYSBURG – THE ATTACK AND DEFENSE OF CEMETERY RIDGE, JULY 2, 1863

Schultz, David L. and Scott L. Mingus, Sr.  Published 2015, Savas Beatie. Hardcover with dustjacket, 522 pages. 93 photographs, 37 maps. So much has been written about Gettysburg, goes the well-worn… (ST501156). Learn More »

THE STORY OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS, GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA

THE STORY OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS, GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA

By Timothy H. Smith. Thomas Publications, 1995. Softcover, 92 pages. 5 ½” x 8 ½”. A history of the house and land, the severe fighting that occurred around the house, Mary Thompson, her family… (ST501152). Learn More »

THIS FLAG NEVER GOES DOWN!

THIS FLAG NEVER GOES DOWN!

Michael Dreese. Thomas Publications. Softcover, 136 pages.  A collection of 40 stories about Confederate colorbearers, their banners, and their role in the fighting on the battlefield at… (ST173). Learn More »

PICKETT’S CHARGE AT GETTYSBURG

PICKETT’S CHARGE AT GETTYSBURG

James A. Hessler, Wayne E. Motts, Steven Stanley. Published by Savas Beatie. Hardcover, 320 pages. 7x10”, 126 images, 31 maps. More than 150 years after the event, the grand attack against the Union… (ST501149). Learn More »

INTO THE BLOODY RAILROAD CUT AT GETTYSBURG

INTO THE BLOODY RAILROAD CUT AT GETTYSBURG

The 6th Wisconsin of the Iron Brigade and its Famous Charge, by Lance J. Herdegen & William J. K. Beaudot.  Softcover, 388 pages.  29 images and 8 maps. The storied Iron Brigade carved out a… (ST501148). Learn More »

“THE DEVIL’S TO PAY” – JOHN BUFORD AT GETTYSBURG, A HISTORY AND WALKING TOUR

“THE DEVIL’S TO PAY” – JOHN BUFORD AT GETTYSBURG, A HISTORY AND WALKING TOUR

Written by Eric J. Wittenberg. Published by Savas Beatie.  Hardcover, 6x9”, 288 pages; 17 maps and 79 images. Although many books on Gettysburg have addressed the role played by Brig. Gen. John… (ST501143). Learn More »

FIGHT LIKE THE DEVIL – THE FIRST DAY AT GETTYSBURG JULY 1, 1863

FIGHT LIKE THE DEVIL – THE FIRST DAY AT GETTYSBURG JULY 1, 1863

Written by Chris Mackowski, Kristopher D. White and Daniel T. Davis. Published by Savas Beatie.  Softcover, 6x9”, 192 pages; 200 images and maps. “Do not bring on a general engagement,”… (ST501144). Learn More »

THE LAST TO FALL – THE 1922 MARCH, BATTLES, & DEATHS OF U.S. MARINES AT GETTYSBURG

THE LAST TO FALL – THE 1922 MARCH, BATTLES, & DEATHS OF U.S. MARINES AT GETTYSBURG

Written by Richard D. L. Fulton & James Rada, Jr. Legacy Publishing, 2015.  Softcover, 8 ½” x 10 ¾”. 178 pp.  Includes more than 155 photos (some of which have never before been… (733-05). Learn More »

THE ENGLISH CONNECTION

THE ENGLISH CONNECTION

Written by Russ Pritchard, Jr., C.A. Huey, with Mike Nicholls, Tim Prince, & Dean Thomas, published by Thomas Publications in Gettysburg. A ground-breaking study and reference detailing the arms,… (ST501139). Learn More »


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REMARKABLE SWORD IDENTIFIED TO GEORGE WILLIAM GORDON (1801-1877), US CONSUL TO BRAZIL (1840-46) AND SLAVE TRADE OPPONENT

A remarkable sword manufactured by W.H. Horstmann & Co., New York after the Model 1834 US Revenue Cutter/Marine sword. Neatly engraved on the reverse folding guard, “Geo. Wm. Gordon / United States Consul”. Born on February 8, 1801 in Exeter,… (870-60). Learn More »

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