This is a reprint of a book about a former Captain in the Confederate Navy who commanded a ship which regularly ran the Union blockades. The book is in his own words. Fascinating first-hand... More > description of events.< Less
This book details the atrocities committed on the citizens of the Northern states by the military and civilian authorities of the Lincoln administration during the Civil War when unofficial... More > "Martial Law" was in force.< Less
At the end of the siege of Vicksburg, surrender terms negotiated between General's Grant and Pemberton allowed for the parole of the Confederate garrison. The Union forces did not have to contend... More > with almost 30,000 prisoners of war. Confederate soldiers signed a parole notice promising not to take up arms against the United States. The names of all the men captured at Vicksburg are listed in alphabetical order.< Less
This is a book of letters from a surgeon who was with the Army of Northern Virginia. He was there at Manassas, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg and others. This is his first hand account of his... More > experiences.< Less
This book is over 660 pages and lists all 513 ships of the Union navy that were actively involved in the Civil War. It includes over 160 illustrations and gives highlights of each ships major... More > engagements. A MUST for all Civil War buffs.< Less
This is a compilation of actual testimony of cruel and inhuman treatment of Confederate prisoners by Union officials acting on direct orders to be as vicious as possible. Even offering bounties if a... More > guard managed to kill a prisoner in the normal course of duty.< Less
Three astronauts forced to crash land on Jupiter's largest moon. This is the story of their battle to survive in the savage environment and fix their damaged ship. If the ship cannot be fixed, they... More > will be STRANDED.< Less
This is a book that contains all of the men who served in Confederate Government units of the Infantry, Artillery and Engineers. It lists over 17,000 men with name, rank, company and unit. It also... More > notes any soldier who was originally an enlisted man and was then elected an officer.< Less
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