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The Hogs of Cold Harbor: The Civil War Saga of Pvt. John Henry Hesse, Corses Brigade, Pickitt's Division, Longstreet's Corps, CSA By by Richard Lee Fulgham
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At last you can buy this historically accurate war narrative at a low, low price -- the Lulu edition is the same book formerly published under the same title. Not a word has been changed or... More > altered. Based on the actual diary of a Confederate soldier who realizes huge herds of wild hogs are stalking him and his comrades. Author and historian Richard Lee Fulgham, M.A. crafted this haunting tale of the good and evil that dwells within us all based on the diaries of Southwest Virginian John Henry Hess, Pvt., CSA (Company G, 29th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Pickett’s Division, Longstreet’s Corps, 1862-1864). Is Man truly no better than the animals he commands and destroys? The Hogs of Cold Harbor is a powerful, haunting story in which Richard Lee Fulgham delves deep into the timeless questions of our existence. Are we Man? Are we Animal? And what is the difference? The Hogs of Cold Harbor implores readers to question our history as well as themselves.< Less
The Hogs of Cold Harbor: The Civil War Saga of Pvt. John Henry Hesse, Corses Brigade, Pickitt's Division, Longstreet's Corps, CSA By Richard Lee Fulgham
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Do you still love hardback books that you can keep safe in your Library OF select classics? Me too. There's something about a hardback book that says "I'll love you forever . . .... More > ." Well, we've done it! "The Hogs of Cold Harbor" is now available as an everlasting, immortal hardback -- complete with protective jacket. Fulgham's so-called cult book is based on the diaries of Southwest Virginian John Henry Hess, Pvt., CSA (Company G, 29th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Pickett’s Division, Longstreet’s Corps, 1862-1864). Is Man truly no better than the animals he commands and destroys? "The Hogs of Cold Harbor" is a powerful, haunting story which delves deep into the timeless questions of our existence. Are we Man? Are we Animal? And what is the difference?< Less
The Hogs of Cold Harbor: The Civil War Saga of Pvt. John Henry Hesse, Corses Brigade, Pickitt's Division, Longstreet's Corps, CSA By Richard Lee Fulgham
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At last you can buy this historically accurate war narrative at a low, low price -- the BRITISH LION edition is the same book published under the same title by WHITMORE BOOKS in 2005. Not a word... More > has been changed or altered. Based on the actual diary of a Confederate soldier who realizes huge herds of wild hogs are stalking him and his comrades. Author Richard Fulgham crafted this haunting tale of the good and evil that dwells within us all based on the diaries of Southwest Virginian John Henry Hess, Pvt., CSA (Company G, 29th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Pickett’s Division, Longstreet’s Corps, 1862-1864). Is Man truly no better than the animals he commands and destroys? The Hogs of Cold Harbor is a powerful, haunting story in which Richard Lee Fulgham delves deep into the timeless questions of our existence. Are we Man? Are we Animal? And what is the difference? The Hogs of Cold Harbor implores readers to question our history as well as themselves.< Less
From Manassas To Appomatox By Bill Butler
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A complete Civil War miniatures system to recreate large Grand Tactical battles. This is the Full Color Version. Before there was Fire & Fury, FROM MANASSAS TO APPOMATTOX took to the field to... More > Command Brigades and Divisions recreating the mighty battles of the Civil War. Use any figure scale or basing.< Less
Swift-ly With Style By T. Edward Fox
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Four more novellas about the people who make the Tom Swift stories work, including young Tom's very first invention. As with the first collection, Enterprising Characters, these are stories that fit... More > in and around the Tom Swift, Jr and Tom Swift Lives! novels. They are stories about people you generally see as either secondary characters, or new looks at both our title hero and his best friend, Bud. These are suitable for readers 10 years and older.< Less
Swift-ly With Style By T. Edward Fox
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Four more novellas about the people who make the Tom Swift stories work, including young Tom's very first invention. As with the first collection, Enterprising Characters, these are stories that fit... More > in and around the Tom Swift, Jr and Tom Swift Lives! novels. They are stories about people you generally see as either secondary characters, or new looks at both our title hero and his best friend, Bud. These are suitable for readers 10 years and older.< Less
Reminiscences of a Rebel By Wayland Fuller Dunaway
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In April 1861, upon the outbreak of Civil War in the United States, Wayland Fuller Dunaway left his college classroom and entered the ranks of the men who fought the bloodiest war ever waged on the... More > North American continent. A Captain in the Army of Northern Virginia, he marched hundreds of miles in Stonewall Jackson’s command; saw Generals Lee and Longstreet; was among the first soldiers to fight at Gettysburg, where he also participated in Pickett's Charge; and fought against the lines of strangers in blue who, no matter how many times they were defeated, always returned to invade his beloved Virginia. We have no time machine with which to visit the America of 1861, but Captain Dunaway's “humble narrative of an inconsequential participant” in the Civil War shines a light back through the mists of time to show what we were like as a people – how we fought, how we thought, and how we treated our friends and enemies.< Less
Reminiscences of a Rebel By Wayland Fuller Dunaway
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In April 1861, upon the outbreak of Civil War in the United States, Wayland Fuller Dunaway left his college classroom and entered the ranks of the men who fought the bloodiest war ever waged on the... More > North American continent. A Captain in the Army of Northern Virginia, he marched hundreds of miles in Stonewall Jackson’s command; saw Generals Lee and Longstreet; was among the first soldiers to fight at Gettysburg, where he also participated in Pickett's Charge; and fought against the lines of strangers in blue who, no matter how many times they were defeated, always returned to invade his beloved Virginia. We have no time machine with which to visit the America of 1861, but Captain Dunaway's “humble narrative of an inconsequential participant” in the Civil War shines a light back through the mists of time to show what we were like as a people – how we fought, how we thought, and how we treated our friends and enemies.< Less
KNOXVILLE 1863 By Dick Stanley
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Lovers of historical fiction will find much to ponder in the 1863 Confederate siege of Knoxville, Tennessee. President Lincoln considered Union victory there a key to winning the Civil War. The... More > siege and its battle of Fort Sanders involved some of the war’s most famous personalities and units. They are brought to life from available histories, diaries and memoirs: Gen. James Longstreet (Gen. Lee’s “Warhorse”) and his First Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia—including Barksdale’s Mississippi Brigade, and Parker’s Boy Battery of the Sixth Virginia Artillery. Gen. Ambrose Burnside, whose Ninth Corps hopes rested with Lt. Samuel Benjamin’s Second U.S. Artillery, and the Seventy-Ninth New York Cameron Highlanders. At stake: Control of the Smoky Mountains railroad hub which produced rifles, ammunition, and clothing for the Confederate armies. Could the Union keep it when the ragged and starving Rebels outnumbered them ten to one?< Less
KNOXVILLE 1863 By Dick Stanley
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Lovers of historical fiction will find much to ponder in the 1863 Confederate siege of Knoxville, Tennessee. President Lincoln considered Union victory there a key to winning the Civil War. The... More > siege and its battle of Fort Sanders involved some of the war’s most famous personalities and units. They are brought to life from available histories, diaries and memoirs: Gen. James Longstreet (Gen. Lee’s “Warhorse”) and his First Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia—including Barksdale’s Mississippi Brigade, and Parker’s Boy Battery of the Sixth Virginia Artillery. Gen. Ambrose Burnside, whose Ninth Corps hopes rested with Lt. Samuel Benjamin’s Second U.S. Artillery, and the Seventy-Ninth New York Cameron Highlanders. At stake: Control of the Smoky Mountains railroad hub which produced rifles, ammunition, and clothing for the Confederate armies. Could the Union keep it when the ragged and starving Rebels outnumbered them ten to one?< Less