The used books listed below are available on a first-come-first-serve basis and may be reserved via email (sales@confederatereprint[dot]com) or telephone (706-864-2229; no Sunday calls please).
Last Train From Atlanta
by A.A. Hoehling
New York: Thomas Yoseloff, 1958
hardback; 558 pages
An account of the seige of the city of Atlanta, Georgia by Sherman's troops. Very good condition.
The Prison Life of Jefferson Davis
by John J. Craven
New York: G.W. Dillingham Company, 1905
hardback; 320 pages
A record of Davis' captivity at Fortress Monroe as told by his personal physician. Front board and spine loose; water staining on outer edge of first 15 pages; pencil inscription inside front cover; good condition.
Atlantic Impact 1861
by Evan John
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1952
hardback; 296 pages
Minor stains on the bottom of front board; signature inside front cover; pages clean; good condition.
Ordeal By Fire: An Informal History of the Civil War
by Fletcher Pratt
New York: Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, 1935
hardback; 481 pages
A lively, readable overview of the War Between the States. Much content on the Confederate and Union army generals and engagements. Superb maps. First edition. Some discolorization of the spine; pages clean; good condition.
Gone With the Wind
by Margaret Mitchell
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1936
hardback; 689 pages
The classic novelization of life in Georgia during the War Between the States. Creases on spine; good condition.
Robert E. Lee, the Southerner
by Thomas Nelson Page
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1909
hardback; 312 pages
The classic biography of Lee from one of the South's most prolific authors. Staining on right side of cover; water staining on outer edge of about fifty pages; binding tight; good condition.
A Southern Girl in '61
by Mrs. D. Giraud Wright (Louis Wigfall Wright)
New York: Doubleday, Page and Company, 1905
hardback; xii + 258 pages
The personal war-time memories of a Confederate Senator's daughter. First edition. Some minor shelf wear to edges; inscription inside front cover; good condition.
The Recent Past From a Southern Standpoint: Bishop Wilmer's Reminiscences
by Richard H. Wilmer
New York: Thomas Whittaker, 1887
hardback; 281 pages
The personal reminiscences of the Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Alabama, covering a wide range of topics from Church history, doctrinal controversies, the War Between the States, and the Reconstruction period. First edition. Tears on spine; pages clean; very good condition.
Lee and His Generals
by Capt. William P. Snow
New York: Richardson and Company, 1867
hardback; 500 pages
A comprehensive chronicle of Robert E. Lee's Confederate military career. Front board loose; spine missing; binding tight and pages clean; good condition.
by Lena Y. de Grummond and Lynn de Grummond Delaune
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1962
hardback; 160 pages
An easy-to-read biography of the "Last Cavalier." Signed by authors. Spotting to front and back boards; some staining to right edge; pages clean; good condition.
Images of the Civil War: The Paintings of Mort Kunstler
by James M. McPherson
New York: Gramercy Books, 1992
hardback; 192 pages
Nice paintings, but the text has a strong anti-Southern bias. Book came from smoker's home. Cigarette smell can be eliminated by sealing in a bag with dry, spent coffee grounds. Edges of pages slightly yellowed (probably from cigarette smoke); pages otherwise clean. Fair condition.
Gods and Generals
by Jeff Shaara
New York: Ballentine Books, 1996
hardback; 498 pages
A novelized retelling of the events surrounding the battles of First Manassas, Fredericksburg, and Chancelorsville, focusing on the career of Thomas J. Jackson. Excellent condition.
The Sands of Pride
by William R. Trotter
New York: Carroll and Graf Publishers, 2002
hardback; 756 pages
A novel about the dramatic saga of Fort Fisher and Wilmington, North Carolina, the Confederacy's last seaport. Very good condition.
The Man in Gray
by Thomas Dixon
New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1921
hardback; 427 pages
A novelization of the Confederate career of Robert E. Lee by the author of The Clansman. Good condition.
Robert E. Lee: A Biography
by Emory M. Thomas
New York: W.W. Norton and Company, 1995
hardback; 472 pages
A probing and personal biography finds meaning in Lee's successes and failures. Very good condition.
Heroes in Time: Robert E. Lee
by John J. Dwyer
Nashville: Broadman and Holman Publishers, 2002
paperback; 775 pages
A novelization of the final years of Lee's life during the War Between the States considers his struggles with disappointment, disillusionment, broken dreams, and failing health as well as his leadership acts to overcome moral, civic, and racial issues in the post-war South. Brand new.
Shrouds of Glory: From Atlanta to Nashville
by Winston Groom
New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1995
hardback; 308 pages
A history of the last great campaign of the War Between the States. Excellent condition.
Tomorrow We Reap
by James Street
New York: Dial Press, Inc., 1949
paperback; 301 pages
A novel set in Mississippi during the early 1890s when the memories of the War Between the States and Reconstruction were still vivid. A backwoods, locally influential family finds itself under siege by a powerful logging company from Chicago, a new breed of demagogue politicians and family wounds from the war that refuse to heal while the parties involved remain alive. Good condition.
Lee and Grant: A Dual Biography
by Gene Smith
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1984
hardback; 412 pages
This book skillfully interweaves the lives of these two charismatic figures in their early years before the War and in their roles as determined adversaries. Good condition.
The Story of the Confederacy
by Robert Selph Henry
New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1943
hardback; 514 pages
Discusses the causes leading up to the War Between the States, its bloody course, its shifting fortunes and its colorful personalities. Good condition.
Blood: Stories of Life and Death From the Civil War
by Peter Kadzis (editor)
New York: Adrenaline Books, 2000
paperback; 305 pages
Selections from George Pickett, Shelby Foote, William T. Sherman, Ulysses S. Grant, Michael Shaara, and many more. Excellent condition.
by Frank Vandiver
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1957
hardback; 547 pages
Written with passion, excitement, and scrupulous scholarship, this book presents a complete evaluation of the personal life and military career of the remarkable man, Thomas Jonathan Jackson. Very good condition.
The Widow of the South
by Robert Hicks
New York: Warner Books, 2005
hardback; 426 pages
Based on a true story, this book tells the stirring tale of Carrie McGavock, who is forever scarred by watching her two children die. When the war comes to her Tennessee town, Carrie helps care for the wounded Confederate soldiers who arrive there after a bloody battle. Later, when the bodies of the dead are in danger of being excavated, she establishes a Confederate cemetery at her plantation--an actual place, now restored--and becomes obsessed with the task of tending to it. Minor scuffing to edges of dust cover; very good condition. Retails for 24.95.
Tar Heel Editor
by Josephus Daniels
Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1939
hardback; 544 pages
An account of what befell a Southern boy born amid the bursting of shells in a North Carolina town bombed by the Federal forces in the War of the Sixties; who spent his boyhood in a North Carolina democratic and Democratic town that had experienced none of war's material destruction; and who had devoted most of the years of his manhood to editing a newspaper in the capital of his native State.
Strange Battles of the Civil War
by Webb Garrison, Jr.
Nashville, Tennessee: Cumberland House Publishing, 2001
paperback; 310 pages
An engaging survey of twenty-three battles of the War Between the States. Excellent condition.
Gettysburg: A Testing of Courage
by Noah Andre Trudeau
New York: Harper Collins, 2002
hardback; 694 pages
Acclaimed historian Trudeau brings the most up-to-date research available to a comprehensive history that sheds new light on virtually every aspect of the battle of Gettysburg. Slight damage to barcode on back cover; otherwise brand new condition. Retails for 34.99.
by Arthur W. Bergeron, Jr.
Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, 2000
paperback; 271 pages
A thoroughly researched volume on the role of Mobile, Alabama in the Confederacy. Minor damage to top left corner on back cover; otherwise excellent condition.