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CIVIL WAR

DIARY OF REV. H. CLAVREUL
"With the names of dying Federal Soldier to whom he ministered at Andersonville, Georgia in July and August 1864"

COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
22 Pages, 8.5"x11", Full Name Index, Softcover
Minister of the Confederate Prison known as Andersonville in Georgia.
GN-0245, $7.50

Andersonville Prison
142 Pages, 8.5" x 11", Full Name Index, Perfect Bound, Reprinted 2005
Andersonville Prison, the very term caused Union Soldiers to shrink with fear. A prison that was designed to hold 10,000 prisoners, but at its height there were over 45,000 held captive here. This listing by Dorence Atwater of the 2nd New York Cavalry was only 19 years old when he came to the prison and he became the “keeper” of the books to record the deaths. His listing, given here, contains almost 12,500 soldiers who died while a prisoner. The listing is given by State of origin and then alphabetical in that state. Here for the first time is a full alphabetical index to all the names showing 12,429 total. This is a must for Civil War research of Union Troops.
GN-0246, $35.00

Johnson's Island Federal Prison
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
James Douthat, 121 Pages, 8.5" x 11", Index, Soft Cover
During the Civil War, a number of the Confederate Officers were imprisoned at this prison in Lake Eric near Sandusky, Ohio. This is a collection of their stories, escapes as seen from both the Union and Confederate view point. Included is a listing of those imprisoned here with rank, name, location of residence after the war and place of capture. The last section also lists the names of the 206 who died in prison.
GN-0242, $25.00

A Journal of Hospital Life in the Confederate Army of Tennessee
Kate Cumming
213 pages, Soft Cover, 8.5" x 11", Full Name Index, Reprint 2006
Kate Cumming, a nurse for the Confederate Army of Tennessee, traveled all across the south from the Battle of Shiloh to the end of the war treating both Union and Confederate alike. Some of her stories of those dying are really heart felt. She writes letters to those back home giving the families their last word from the soldier and in many cases is the only record of their passing that the family had. Her descriptions of the towns, hotels, doctors and other nurses is a real insight into the war from the stand point of one who was in the middle of it all the last couple of years.
GN-0247, $35.00

1890 Confederate Veterans Reunion
245 Pages, Perfect Bound, Full Name Index
A reprint of the July 1890 The Chattanooga Times and The Chattanooga Daily Times supplement to the papers gave many articles on the battles in and around Chattanooga and the people involved in that conflict. The reading of this piece gives one a unique insight into the conflict that gripped our nation for four plus years.
TN-1246, $40.00

Tidbits of Confederate History, No. 1
17 pages, Soft Cover
A reprint of an article in The Chattanooga Sunday Times from 1914 where many confederate soldiers are buried in northern cemeteries. Many names are given and the location of their graves.
TN-1199, $4.00

Tidbits of Confederate History, No. 2
17 pages, Soft Cover
A reprint of an article in The Chattanooga Sunday Times December 5, 1920 concerning the ordeal of Mrs. R. Matilda Shepard, a staunch Confederate sympathizer captured and sent north by the Union, only to return at the Union's unexpected expense to harass the Union more before the end of the war.
TN-1200, $4.00

Tidbits of Confederate History, No. 3
24 pages, Soft Cover, Full Name Index
A reprint of an article by Col. G.N. Saussy to the The Chattanooga Sunday Times 4 May 1913 concerning Chancellorsville Fiftieth Anniversary.
TN-1201, $5.00

Tidbits of Confederate History, No. 4
26 pages, Soft Cover
A reprint of the article in The Southern Press from 20 May 1871 on General Robert E. Lee, his military service, death and review of his life.
TN-1202, $5.00

Tidbits of Confederate History, No. 5
20 pages, Soft Cover
Several reprints concerning President Jefferson Davis from a speech in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1861 to his appearance in Macon, Georgia on 2 November 1887.
TN-1203, $4.00

Rhea & Meigs County in the Civil War
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
56 Total Pages, 8.5"x11", Full Name Index, Softcover
TN-0971, $13.50

The Confederate Soldiers of Hamilton County, Tennessee
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
Nathaniel C. Hughes and John Wilson, 242 pages, perfect bound, full name index, bibliography.
This volume is listed as an alphabetical listing the Confederate Soldiers who lived at one time in Hamilton County, Tennessee. It is more than just an alphabetical listing, more over it is a biographical sketch of each soldier, both male and female. Yes we did have females in service, primarily the Rhea County Girls Brigade who married and moved to Hamilton County. Between three and four thousand soldiers are given in this volume.
TN-1160, $40.00

The Chattanooga Daily Rebel - Volume 1, Number 279
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
Transcription of the Civil War newspaper from Sunday Morning 28 June 1863
TN-1214, $6.00

Roster of CSA Soldiers Buried in Chattanooga
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
Reprint of an 1894 listing of men from various states who are now buried in the area.
TN-0054, $3.50

First Tennessee & Alabama Independent Vidette Calvary   
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
30 Total Pages, Three Maps, 8.5x11, Perfect Bound
TN-0973, $12.50

McKenzie's Fighting Fifth
Five Volumes detailing the Fifth Tennessee Cavalry Regiment of the Confederate States of America. Compiled by Bettye J. Broyles & Carl Campbell.

Volume I: First Order Book
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
152 pages, Perfect Bound, Full Name Index, 1999
TN-1152, $30.00

Volume II: Reports & Rosters
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
174 pages, Perfect Bound, Full Name Index, 1999
TN-1153, $35.00

Volume III: Questionnaires of Veterans
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
156 pages, Perfect Bound, Full Name Index, 1999
TN-1154, $30.00

Volume IV: Service Records of the 5th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment CSA
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
Transcribed by Carl Campbell, Two Volumes, 630 Total Pages, Full Name Index, Perfect Bound, Softcover
TN-1155, $75.00

Volume V: Reminiscenses of Wiliam G. Allen
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
This volume is a combination hand-written history of the unit plus a collection of various newspaper articles written for the Dayton Herald and the Confederate Veteran between 1911 and 1918. William Gibbs Allen was a prolific writer, although his spelling, lack of punctuation, and unusual style left a bit to be desired at the time. The scrapbooks also contained articles written by others with which Allen had taken exception and had written a rebuttal article. The articles have been collected and arranged in the best arrangement possible of the materials. No attempt has been made to re-check any of Allen's information (dates, sequence of events, etc.). Very little editing has been done on the articles. They are left in the original form to illustrate the way someone would have written the events from a first-hand, personal aspect.
142 Pages, Perfect Bound, Full Name Index
TN-1156, $30.00

Confederate Soldiers Buried At Vicksburg; 1862 - 1863
COMPLETE DETAILS AND SURNAME INDEX
by Carolyn R. Ericson & Frances T. Ingmire, 69 Pages, Soft Cover
This volume is an alphabetical listing of the soldiers buried in Vicksburg. The records have been taken from the Old Court House Museum as established by the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Included are the name of the soldier, rank, service record, date of death, and location of grave. References are also provided.
FI-0482, $15.00

Special Presidential Pardons for Confederate Soldiers
COMPLETE DETAILS
Two Volumes, 530 Pages, Perfect Bound
GN-0229, $60.00

Arkansas Confederate Veterans and Widows Pension Applications
COMPLETE DETAILS
442 Pages, Oversized: 8.5"x11", Full Name Index
FI-0362S, $35.00 - Softcover (Perfect Bound)
FI-0362H, $50.00 - Hard Back

Arkansas Confederate Veterans & Widows Home Records
COMPLETE DETAILS
28 Pages, 8.5"x11", Soft Cover, Alphabetical Listing
FI-0011, $8.50

Confederate Officers of Texas
COMPLETE DETAILS
by Francis T. Ingmire, 122 Pages, 8.5"x11", Surname Index, Perfect Bound
FI-0088, $33.00

Roster of Upper East Tennessee, CSA
COMPLETE DETAILS
by James L. Douthat, 42 Pages, 8.5"x11", Soft Cover
TN-0197, $10.00

Georgia First Battalion of Infantry Roster Companies "A" & "B"
COMPLETE DETAILS AND SURNAME INDEX
51 Pages, Three Maps, 8.5"x11", Reprint, Soft Cover
Civil War Union Soldiers from Northern Georgia
GA-0221, $12.50

The Civil War & Nodaway County, MO Volume I
Martha L. Cooper, 205 pages, Soft Cover
The history covering early bush-wacking, war-related killings, role of women, slave holders, underground railroads, etc., make up the story of this book.
MO-0001, $33.00

The Civil War & Nodaway County, MO Volume II
Martha L. Cooper, 349 pages, Soft Cover
Biographical data on over 3000 Union and Confederate soldiers who served in the Civil War from Nodaway County or came in after the war ended.
MO-0002, $50.00

Nodaway County Pension Records
Volume I, by Martha Cooper, 309 Pages, Index to Applicants
Warren J. Johnson, Attorney of Maryville, MO kept these records of those making pension applications following the Civil War.
MO-0003, $30.00

The Story of the General
A brief accounting of the General and the escape of Andrew's Raiders with their final capture and imprisonment.
TN-0142, $3.50

Remnants of War; 1861-1865: Civil War Records for Bedford County, VA
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
131 Pages, Full Name Index, Softcover, 8.5"x11"
VA-0104, $22.50

Confederate Soldiers of Pittsylvania County & Danville
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
The Civil War records of Pittsylvania County VA.
VA-0223, $12.50

Roanoke Island Prisoners: Feb 1862
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
A listing of the prisoners taken at the Battle of Roanoke Island from VA & NC.
VA-0330, $11.50

Civil War Records: Washington County, VA
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
Taken from Court Records.
VA-0034, $15.00

Wythe County, Virginia Civil War Records
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
by James L. Douthat
Annotated listing of men from Whythe County.
VA-0062, $15.00

Raleigh County, WV: Veteran's Burial Records
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
Burial sites of all veterans from the Revolution through WW I.
WV-0026, $18.00

REVOLUTIONARY WAR

NORTH CAROLINA REVOLUTIONARY PENSIONERS UNDER THE ACTS OF 1818 & 1832
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
124 Pages, 8.5" x 11", Soft Cover, Full Name Index, Reprinted 2008
NC-0206, $25.00       

North Carolina Militia Returns 1754-1755, 1758 and 1767
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
120 Pages, 8.5" x 11", Soft Cover, Full Name Index
NC-0203, $25.00       

Virginia Soldiers in the Northwest Territory 1777
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
28 Pages, 5.5" x 8.5", Full Name Index, Soft Cover
VA-0704, $6.00

ROSTER OF THE CONTINENTAL LINE FROM NORTH CAROLINA - 1783
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
220 Pages, 8.5" x 11", Perfect Bound, Full Name Index
Two Volumes, 530 Pages, Perfect Bound
Alphabetical listing of those soldiers in 1783 who were fighting for their State’s Freedom
NC-0200, $46.00

The Soldiery of West Virginia
Virgil A. Lewis
250 Pages, 8.5" x 11", Full Name Index, Soft Cover
A listing of soldiers in the various wars from the French-Indian War through the Civil War from the territory that became West Virginia in 1863. Some of the units in the various conflicts are listed in other states and areas as well.
WV-0061, $35.00

Military Claims Barred by the Statutes of Limitation     New
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
31 Pages, 8.5"x11.5", Full-Name Index, Softcover, Reprint
GN-0237, $8.00

Revolutionary War Invalid Pension Claims 1792-1794    New
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
71 Pages, 8.5"x11.5", Full Name Index, Softcover, Reprint
GN-0236, $12.50

Lieutenants in the Navy: 1832
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
Report Numbered 307 to the 22nd Congress outlining the service records of all of the Lieutenants in the Navy for the year 1832. This report gives all of the years and ships on which the men served as Lieutenants.
GN-0141, $5.00

Revolutionary War Pensions: 1839
Report 22 to the 21st Congress regarding those receiving a pension for their service in the American Revolutionary War. The listing is by state and gives some details of their service record.
GN-0119, $8.50

American Revolutionary War Pensions - 1828
In 1828, Congress passed an act financially assist surviving officers, non-commissioned officers, musicians, and privates of the Revolutionary War. Approximately 1,000 individuals who qualified for this special pension are listed in this nifty brochure. Information provided includes:

  • Name of Claimant
  • Line (State Regiment)
  • Rank
  • Sum Paid Annually
  • State of Residence at Time of Application
16 Pages, 8.5"x11", Softcover, Index
GN-0088, $5.00

U. S. Naval Pensions: 1828
Document Numbered 197 to the 20th Congress giving a state by state listing of those men in the navy whose widows and orphans are receiving a pension for service.
GN-0087, $5.00

Revolutionary War Pension Applications from Roane County, TN
COMPLETE DETAILS
by Marilee Douthat, 32 Pages, 8.5"x11", Soft Cover, Index
This Volume contains applications from Roane County, TN that includes those from the Revolutionary War, Indian War, War of 1812 and the Mexican War. They give a great deal of personal data on the men who made applications.
TN-0287, $12.50

Revolutionary War Pensions: Bedford County, VA
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
by Ann Chilton, 60 Pages, Soft Cover
A great amount of personal information can be gleaned from these records found in the courthouse in Bedford Co VA.
VA-0230, $12.50

The Militia of Washington County, VA; 1777 - 1835
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
by Gerald H. Clark, 170 Pages, Perfect Bound
This is one of the finest listings of Militia personnel anywhere and covers a longer period of time than most. The officers' listings have come from Court Records while the enlisted men's records were taken from the 'fines' listings found in the Virginia State Archives.
VA-0410, $30.00

WAR OF 1812

1814 Court Martial of Tennessee Militiamen
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
Report Number 140 to the 20th Congress, 181 Pages, Perfect Bound
A listing of over 7,000 Volunteers from Tennessee who were brought up on charges following the War of 1812 for treason and desertion. The Court Trials results are summarized and punishment shown for many of these soldiers.
TN-0877, $28.50

1812 Militia of Virginia for the Shenandoah Valley
104 Pages, Soft Cover, 8.5" x 11", Full Name Index
The various units that served in the War of 1812 from the counties in the Shenandoah Valley are taken from the official rolls of those units and the pay rolls as well. Sometimes both listings are given.
VA-0688, $22.00

War of 1812 in the North
Map 8.5 X 11
MP-0445, $2.00

1818 Map of Alabama
MP-0457, $2.50

Roster of the War of 1812 - Southside Virginia
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
304 Pages, Soft Cover
A listing of the Pay Rolls and Service Records for over 11,000 men in the various units from the counties basically south of the James River to the North Carolina border.
VA-0697, $50.00

Roster of War of 1812 - West Virginia
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
47 Pages, 8.5"X 11", Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Reprinted 2013
WV-0107 , $10.00

World War II

THEY SERVED THE FLAG - Second World War Veterans of Weakley County, Tennessee
Richard L. Saunders and Marvin L. Downing, 128 pages, soft cover, ISBN 1-930670-05-2.
An alphabetical listing of World War II Veterans from Weakley Co., Tennessee and surrounding area. This is one of those resources that in time will be of great value. The sources of these records have been compiled from War Records Bureau Veteran Lists, Weakley County Newspapers and the efforts of University of Tennessee Junior College Students and Trainees. As the time grows between the present and the time of World War II, fewer living members of that conflict survive. These listings are very important to the researchers of both history and genealogy.
TN-1195, $16.00

BLACKHAWK WAR

Indiana Militia in the Blackhawk War
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
by Carrie Loftus, 17 Pages, Perfect Bound
An alphabetical listing of the volunteers from Indiana who served with General Henry Atkinson. Shows the names, rank and regiment of each person given.
FI-0129, $6.50

CHEROKEE WARS

Volunteer Soldiers in the Cherokee Wars: 1836-1839
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
210 Pages, Perfect Bound
A listing of over 11,000 Volunteer Soldiers from Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina and Alabama who signed on for the Removal program of the Cherokee Indians to their western homes. This listing includes women for the first time. This alphabetical listing shows names, rank, state and unit in which they served.
GN-0146, $35.00

Indian War

Augusta County, Virginia Indian Wars 1754-1764
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
The name of those massacred or captured are given with some area along the major river or creek.
13 Pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover
VA-0706, $4.00

SEMINOLE WAR

1837 Tennessee Volunteers
COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX
Number 34 presented to the 25th Congress is a roster of nine county units in Tennessee called up for the Seminole Wars but were not pressed into service.
TN-0857, $8.50

CIVIL WAR AND OTHER MILITARY MAPS

W.R. Carter, Travels During the Civil War W.R. Carter, Travels During the Civil War
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 17" X 22"
Created for the East Tennessee Historical Society exhibit, Four Horsemen: A War Within a War, Tennessee 1861-1865. Shows places where the First Tennessee Calvary traveled during the war. Reprint.
MP-CR027, $25.00   

Western Border States and Portraits of Civil War Leaders Western Border States
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 38" X 28"
Showing military portraits of leaders in uniform and a map of Missouri, Tennessee, and parts of Nebraska, Kansas, Indian Territory, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Virginia, North and South Carolina. Reprint.
MP-CR134, $45.00   

Battle Map of Chickamauga Battle Map of Chickamauga, Georgia, Saturday 19 [and] Sunday 20 September 1863
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 8.5" X 11"
Two maps showing position of each unit. Reprint.
MP-CR147, $25.00   

The Army of the Cumberland The Army of the Cumberland during the Civil War
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 17" X 22"
Created from an original copy of a map in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. 1891-1895.
MP-CR165, $25.00   

Military Map of Middle Tennessee during the Civil War Military Map of Middle Tennessee
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 36" X 55"
C. S. Mergell. Originally published in 1874. Reprint.
MP-CR212, $45.00   

Chattanooga and Surrounding Battlefields during the Civil War Chattanooga and Surrounding Battlefields
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 9" X 20"
Reginald Purse. Originally published in 1913. Reprint.
MP-CR214, $25.00   

Chattanooga, Tennessee 1863 Chattanooga, Tennessee 1863
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 22" X 16"
G.H. Blakeslee. Map shows fortifications, Union/Confederate picket lines, rifle pits, “Rebel Camps”, roads, railroads and streams. Reprint.
MP-CR251, $25.00   

Battle Field of Stone River Battle Field of Stone River
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 13" X 18"
Topographical Sketch of the Battlefield of Stone River, near Murfreesboro, Tennessee. 1863. Reprint.
MP-CR249, $25.00   

East Tennessee and Western North Carolina during Civil War East Tennessee and Western North Carolina
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 30" X 19"
Map of the theater of the Civil War for this area. Taken from the Official Records. Reprint.
MP-CR314e, $35.00   

Southern Kentucky and Northern Tennessee during Civil War Southern Kentucky and Northern Tennessee
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 30" X 19"
Map of theater in the Civil War taken from the Official Records. Reprint.
MP-CR314m, $35.00   

ATLANTA CAMPAIGN
Gen. W. T. Sherman’s Campaign in 1864 through Georgia. This is a series of six maps from Chattanooga to below Atlanta. This whole series shows roads, railroads, drainage, vegetation, hachures, houses, names of residents, towns, churches, mills, fortifications, and the ‘Lines of march pursued by the separate [Federal] armies.’ All of these maps are in full color.

Atlanta Campaign, Map 1 Map 1
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 22" X 35"
An overview of Sherman’s Atlanta Campaign - shows great detail about churches, schools, individuals who live along the way, roads, streams, creeks, and much more. Reprint
MP-CR109a, $35.00   

Atlanta Campaign, Map 2 Map 2
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 35" X 21"
A portion of the Sherman Atlanta Campaign maps that show the land from the Tennessee River to Oostanaula River. Reprint.
MP-CR109b, $35.00   

Atlanta Campaign, Map 3 Map 3
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 28" X 25"
A portion of the Sherman Atlanta Campaign maps that show the land from Resaca to Ackworth Georgia. Reprint.
MP-CR109c, $35.00   

Atlanta Campaign, Map 4 Map 4
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 23" X 32"
A portion of the Sherman Atlanta Campaign maps that show the area from Rome, Kingston and Cassville to Dallas and Marietta Georgia. Reprint.
MP-CR109d, $35.00   

Atlanta Campaign, Map 5 Map 5
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 25" X 26"
A portion of the Sherman Atlanta Campaign map series showing the route from Pine, Lost and Kennesaw Mountain to Atlanta. Reprint.
MP-CR109e, $35.00   

Atlanta Campaign, Map 6 Map 6
LARGER IMAGE AND COMPLETE DETAILS
Size: 26" X 26"
Sherman’s Atlanta Campaign map showing the route from the Chattahoochee River to Jonesboro and Lovejoy’s Station. Reprint.
MP-CR109f, $35.00   

The War in the Mississippi
MP-0494, $2.50

The Coast of North Carolina 1862
MP-0493, $2.50

Revolutionary War in the South
MP-0085, $2.50

The Frontier in the Revolution: 1780-1783
MP-0087, $2.50

Revolutionary War in the West
MP-0088, $2.50

Colonial Roads
MP-0089, $2.50

Colonial Roads & Trails
MP-0090, $2.50

Wilderness Roads 1774-1785
MP-0091, $2.50

The United States in 1783
MP-0093, $2.50

American Revolutionary War in the South
MP-0436, $1.00

Burgoyne's Expedition
MP-0439, $1.00

Battle of Big Bear River - 1863
MP-0080, $2.50

The Civil War in the West
MP-0434, $1.00

The Civil War in Virignia
MP-0440, $1.00

Naval Blockade in the South in the Civil War
MP-0451, $2.50

The United States in 1861
MP-0453, $2.50

Tennessee/Alabama/Georgia in 1864
Shows the area from Knoxville-Nashville-Decatur, Alabama, and northern Georgia. Great Detail. 24 X 38
MP-0049, $8.00

 

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