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  • Thomas Clemens
    No, she is as sick as I am. It is the combing of our two collections that have resulted in lots of duplicates. Thomas G. Clemens D.A. Professor of History
    Message 1 of 12 , Aug 13, 2007
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      No, she is as "sick" as I am. It is the combing of our two collections that have resulted in lots of duplicates.


      Thomas G. Clemens D.A.
      Professor of History
      Hagerstown Community College


      >>> <richard@...> 08/13/07 9:04 PM >>>
      Tom;

      Are you absolutely certain that it's not Angela's "Tom Has Too Many Books List"?

      That's how it works in MY house.

      Richard
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      From: Thomas Clemens
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      Sent: Monday, August 13, 2007 5:46 PM
      Subject: RE: [TalkAntietam] Speaking of Books...


      Ah, sorry. here it is:
      Tom & Angela’s “We have Too Many Books” List

      All book hardback and very good shape unless noted. First come first served, email response only. Shipping rates – USPS unless other arrangements made, first book - $4.00; $1.00 for each addt’l book.

      1. Ultimate Sacrifice at the battle of Kernstown, William Gray Murray, First PA Col to Die in the Civil War, Rod Gainer Jr. 2007, - $7.00

      2. SOLD

      3. Chancellorsville 1863, The Souls of the Brave, Fergurson, 1993, ppbk, - $5.00

      4. A Woman of Valor, Clara Barton and the Civil War, Oates, 1994, - $5.00

      5. SOLD

      6. The Union That Shaped the Confederacy, Roberrt Toombs and Alexander Stephens, William Davis, 2001 - $5.00

      7. Crucial Moment of the Civil War, William Webb, ed. Intro. By Catton, 1961. - $5.00

      8. Fear Was Not in Him, The Civil War Letters of MG Francis Barlow, Christian Samito, ed. 2004, - $7.00

      9. Ulysses S. Grant Soldier & President, Perret, 1997, spine cracked, ex-lib. - $3.00

      10. Tracing Your Civil War Ancestor, B. H. Groene, 1973, ppbk. - $3.00

      11. Passing of the Armies, Joshua Chamberlain, intro Brooks Simpson, 1998 ppbk. - $4.00

      12. Drawn With the Sword, James McPherson 1996 - $3.00

      13. Recollections of a Confederate Staff Officer, Moxley Sorrel, 1978, ex-lib, - $15.00

      14. Why the South Lost the Civil War, Beringer, Hattaway, Jone & Still, 1986, ppbk - $10.

      15. Life of Billy Yank, Bell I. Wiley, 1998 printing, ppbk. Minor water damage - $5.00

      16. Landscape Turned Red, Sears, 1983 ppbk. - $5.00

      17. The Complete Civil War, Phil Katcher2003 printing, ppbk - $5.00

      18. Gettysburg, a Journey in Time, Frasanito, 1975 ppbk. - $4.00

      19. Spartan Band, Burnett’s 13th Texas Cavalry, Thomas Reid, 2005 - $5.00

      20. Confederate Emancipation, Bruce Levine, 2006, ppbk. - $5.00

      21. Civil War Milledgeville, Hugh Harrington, 2005, ppbk - $3.00

      22. Gettysburg, A Testing of Courage, Trudeau, 2002, uncorrected proof, ppbk. $5.00

      23. Reign of Iron, 1st Ironclads, James Nelson, 2004 ppbk. - $4.00

      24. Abraham Lincoln & the 2nd American Revolution, James McPherson, 1991 - $3.00

      25. SOLD

      26. Antietam: Crossroads of Freedom, James McPherson, 2002, - $5.00

      27. Civil War A to Z The Complete Handbook …, Linedecker, 2002 - $5.00

      28. Gone For Soldiers, Shaara, 2000, - $5.00

      29. Rise To Rebellion, Shaara, 2001, - $5.00

      30. Last Full Measure, Shaara 1998, - $5.00

      Thank you

      Thomas G. Clemens D.A.
      Professor of History
      Hagerstown Community College

      >>> <bdowney@...> 08/13/07 5:02 PM >>>
      Tom,

      The Yahoo software protects us from file attachments by stripping them off when you post to the group. Please paste your book list into the body of a message, and re-try, would you?

      Thanks,
      Brian

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    • Stephen Recker
      These folks fought at Antietam under Meade, but where, exactly? Thanks. Stephen Recker
      Message 2 of 12 , Aug 14, 2007
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        These folks fought at Antietam under Meade, but where, exactly? Thanks.

        Stephen Recker
      • Stephen Recker
        Found it in Carman. Thanks. Stephen
        Message 3 of 12 , Aug 15, 2007
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          Found it in Carman. Thanks.

          Stephen

          On Tuesday, August 14, 2007, at 10:36 PM, Stephen Recker wrote:

          > These folks fought at Antietam under Meade, but where, exactly? Thanks.
          >
          > Stephen Recker
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