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Abel, Annie Heloise. THE AMERICAN INDIAN AS SLAVEHOLDER AND SECESSIONIST…
A Rare Set From One of the Pioneers Among Female U.S. HistoriansREAD MORE $2,850.00 reserve this item
Bulloch, James D. THE SECRET SERVICE OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES IN EUROPE, 1st American ed.
Confederate Procurement and DiplomacyREAD MORE $575.00 reserve this item
Capers, Walter B. The Soldier Bishop, 1st Ed.
Capers, Walter B. THE SOLDIER BISHOP: ELLISON CAPERS. New York: 1912. 1st ed., 367p., ft., plates. [D-IV1204, Krick #70] Biography of the Lt. Col. of the 24th South Carolina, by his son. “Biography the South Carolina Confederate who was wounded at Jackson, Mississippi and led the 24th South Carolina Infantry at Chickamauga. He fought at … Continue reading Capers, Walter B. The Soldier Bishop, 1st Ed.$575.00 reserve this item
Davis, Jefferson. Autograph Letter Signed, Post War
Davis, Jefferson. ALS, Memphis, Tenn.: Oct 6th, 1875. Octavo; 2p. Matted with hand-toned image “Engraved for the First Year of the War.” In full: Frank Phelps, Esqr, Dear Sir, Accept my thanks for your defense of one who seems to excite a degree of slander and malevolence which has rarely been exhibited even towards those … Continue reading Davis, Jefferson. Autograph Letter Signed, Post War$2,850.00 reserve this item
Davis, Jefferson. Broadside Lithograph
Printed Lithograph of the Confederate President’s “Last Paper of a Public Nature written from a sick bed just five weeks before his death” (at Beauvoir, Miss. On 30 October 1889). Fayetteville, N.C.: Wharton J. Green, 1896. Lithograph by A. Hoen & Co., Richmond, Va. 12-1/8” x 16-1/2”. Signed for Davis by a facsimile signature, the … Continue reading Davis, Jefferson. Broadside Lithograph$575.00 reserve this item
Dawson, Sarah Morgan. A Confederate Girl’s Diary, 2nd ed.
A Fire-Brand Rebel Speaks Out!READ MORE $75.00 buy this item
Early, Jubal Anderson. Autobiographical Sketch And Narrative Of The War Between The States, 1st ed.
Robert E. Lee’s Bad Old Man Lays it on the LineREAD MORE $575.00 buy this item
Freeman, Douglas S. The South To Posterity, 1st ed., Signed
The South to Posterity is Freeman’s endeavor to familiarize readers with good history on the Civil War in response to the popularity of novels like Gone With the Wind. “The pre-eminent study of Confederate historical writing…invaluable as a guide to the printed literature of the wartime South.” — Civil War Books. Inscribed and signed; lt. wear along extrems., … Continue reading Freeman, Douglas S. The South To Posterity, 1st ed., Signed$395.00 buy this item
Freeman, Douglas Southall, R.E. Lee: A Biography, 1st ed., Signed
The Pulitzer Prize Lee, Signed!READ MORE $495.00 reserve this item