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    We are having a big 30% off sale on our entire stock of new and used books on the Civil War. Also, orders of $50.00 or more will get half- price shipping!!!
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 22, 2001
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      We are having a big 30% off sale on our entire stock of new and used
      books on the Civil War. Also, orders of $50.00 or more will get half-
      price shipping!!! Each book will be sold on a first come first serve
      basis. Just email us directly at antiquestnet@... with the
      name and number (#) of the books you would like. Also, please feel
      free to contact us with any questions or special requests you may
      have.

      Shipping and handling within the USA is $4.00 for the first book and
      $2.00 each
      additional book. Shipping outside the country is extra depending on
      the destination. Payment can be made using credit cards through
      Paypal at www.x.com, or by directly by money order. Payment from
      outside the USA is required in US dollars and may require additional
      charges if there are costs associated with completing the
      international transaction.

      For reference, please check out our ebay feedback, the ID
      is: "antiquest.net"

      Thanks for your interest and keep on reading!!!

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      The Atlanta Campaign: May-November 1864 by John Cannan
      A look at the campaign which provided the inspiration for the great
      novel Gone with The Wind. Published in 1991. Hardcover with dust
      jacket in brand new, never read condition. A large volume with many
      photos, maps and illustrations. 175-pages. Lists for $24.95.
      Price: NOW $10.50 - WAS $15.00 ((#366)

      Great Battles of the Civil War by John MacDonald
      Spectacular computer graphics and battlefield reconstructions bring
      to life the greatest battles of the Civil War. Published in 1992.
      Soft cover in brand new, never read condition. 199-pages.
      Price: NOW $11.90 – WAS $17.00 (#363)

      Reveille in Washington 1860-1865 by Margaret Leech
      A view of the war from the most sensitive point of all during the
      conflict: Washington. Washington was more than the seat of
      government, it was a southern city in which loyal men labored to save
      the Union while secessionist neighbors often jeered at their efforts.
      Soft cover, in brand new, never read condition. Published in 1980.
      591-pages.
      Price: NOW $9.80 – WAS $14.00 (#350)

      Chancellorsville by Stephen W. Sears
      This is a vivid account of one of the most dramatic battles of the
      Civil War with an outnumbered Southern force defeating a superior
      Union army. Soft cover, in brand new, never read condition. 593-
      pages.
      Price: NOW $9.10 – WAS $13.00 (#75)

      Destruction and Reconstruction: Personal Experiences of the Late War
      by Richard Taylor
      A contemporary look at the war by a Lieutenant-General of the
      Confederate army. Published in 1968. Soft cover in very good
      condition. 274-pages.
      Price: NOW $7.00 – WAS $10.00 (#373)

      The Wilderness Campaign edited by Gary W. Gallagher
      A series of essays that look at this epic confrontation. Published in
      1997. Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new, never read condition.
      283-pages.
      Price: NOW $13.30 – WAS $19.00 (#374)

      Fallen Guidon: The Saga of Confederate General Jo Shelby's March to
      Mexico
      The stor of a Confederate brigrade that, rather than surrender,
      decided to transplant its vision of a Southern Empire in the troubled
      soil of Mexico. Published in 1995. Soft cover in brans new never
      read condition. 174-pages.
      Price: NOW $7.00 – WAS $10.00 (#372)

      Encyclopedia of the Civil War: The complete and Comprehensive Guide
      to the American Civil War. A large soft cover book with thousands of
      entries including numerous photos, maps and other illustrations. In
      brand new, never read condition. 417-pages.
      Price: NOW $11.90 – WAS $17.00 (#362)

      Port Hudson: Confederate Bastion on the Mississippi by Lawrence Lee
      Hewitt
      The story of the last Confederate stronghold on the Mississippi.
      Published in 1994. Soft cover in brand new, never read condition.
      221-pages.
      Price: NOW $7.70 – WAS $11.00 (#370)

      The Life of Billy Yank: The Common Soldier of the Union by Bell Irvi
      Wiley
      A detailed look at the union soldier. Published in 1994. Soft cover
      in brand new, never read condition. 454-pages.
      Price: NOW $7.70 – WAS $11.00 (#375)

      The Battle of Gettysburg by Neil Johnson
      A dramatic retelling of the Battle of Gettysburg illustrated with
      numerous b/w photos taken during the 125th anniversary reenactment.
      Hardcover, with dust jacket in brand new, never read condition. 56-
      pages. Published in 1989.
      Price: WAS $7.00 - $10.00 (#95)

      Why the North Won the Civil War edited by David Herbert Donald
      Six views on the economic, military, diplomatic, social and political
      reasons behind the Confederacy's defeat. Soft cover, in brand new,
      never read condition. 127-pages.
      Price: NOW $6.30 – WAS $9.00 (#274)

      Shiloh: The Battle that Changed the Civil War by Larry J. Daniel
      A riveting account of a confused battle fought on a rugged terrain by
      volunteer forces that still more closely resembled armed mobs than
      trained armies. Many anecdotes. Soft-cover, in brand new, never
      read condition.
      Price: NOW $8.40 - WAS $12.00 (#275)

      Monitor by James Tertius deKay
      The story of the Civil War Ironclad and the man whose invention
      changed the course of history. Published in 1999. Soft cover in
      brand new, never read condition. 247-pages.
      Price: NOW $7.00 – WAS $10.00 (#367)

      From Winchester to Cedar Creek: The Shenandoah Campaign of 1864 by
      Jeffry D. Wert
      A look at the final major struggle of the war. Published in 1989.
      Soft cover in excellent condition. 325-pages.
      Price: NOW $7.00 – WAS $10.00 (#376)

      Like Men of War: Black Troops in the Civil War 1862-1865 by Noah
      Andre Trudeau
      A recounting of the complete, battle-by-battle history of the almost
      180,000 black soldiers who fought during the Civil War. Published in
      1999. Soft cover, in brand new, never read condition, with many maps
      and pictures.
      Price: NOW $10.50 – WAS $15.00 (#354)

      Maria Lydig Daly: Diary of a Union Lady, 1861-1865 edited by Harold
      Earl Hammond
      The wife on a prominent New York City judge, Daly met many major
      figures involved in the Northern military and diplomatic effort. Her
      catty and caustic comments on Mrs. Lincoln and various Union generals
      were offset were offset by her sympathy toward the average soldier. A
      great summer read. Published in 2000. Soft cover, in brand new, never
      read condition. 396-pages.
      Price: NOW $9.80 – WAS $14.00 (#356)

      Marching Through Georgia: My Walk with Sherman by Jerry Ellis
      The author retraces the route of Sherman from Atlanta to Savannah
      searching for traces of the war. Published in 1996. Soft cover, in
      brand new, never read condition. 306-pages.
      Price: NOW $8.40 – WAS $12.00 (#358)

      Double Canister at Ten Yards by David Shultz
      Federal artillery and the repulse of Pickett's Charge. With numerous
      photos, maps and diagrams. Soft cover in brand new, never read
      condition. 77-pages.
      Price: NOW $6.30 – WAS $9.00 (#231)

      One Gallant Rush: Robert Gould Shaw and His Brave Black Regiment by
      Peter Burchard
      A side of the Civil War not often told. Published in 1965. Soft cover
      in excellent condition. 168-pages.
      Price: NOW $6.30 – WAS $9.00 (#380)

      Ambrose Bierce's Civil War
      A chronicle of the war as told by a participant. Published in 1996.
      Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new, never read condition. 258-
      pages.
      Price: NOW $7.70 – WAS $11.00 (#377)

      Yankee Women: Gender Battles in the Civil War by Elizabeth D. Leonard
      Examines the experiences of women in the Civil War, in particular a
      frontline nurse, a community organizer and a union army surgeon.
      Published in 1964. Soft cover in brand new, never read condition. 308-
      pages.
      Price: NOW $9.10 – WAS $13.00 (#349)

      Grant Takes Command by Bruce Catton
      A classic in the study of the Civil War, a detailed and revealing
      portrait of the man during the last year and a half of the war.
      Published in 1969. Hardcover with dust jacket in very good condition,
      though the dust jacket shows signs of wear and aging. 556-pages.
      Price: NOW $7.00 - WAS $10.00 (#381)

      The Civil War: The American Iliad
      A great two-volume boxed set that examines all the details of the
      war. Published in 1956. The books are in very good condition, though
      the box shows signs of wear.
      Price: NOW $19.60 - WAS $28.00 (#382)

      Lincoln's Little War by Webb Garrison
      How is carefully crafted plans went astray. Published in 1997. Soft
      cover in brand new, never read condition. 239-pages.
      Price: NOW $7.00 – WAS $10.00 (#379)

      Morgan's Raiders by Dee Alexander Brown
      The story of the unit that gained tremendous fame during the war.
      Published in 1995. Hardcover in brand new, never read condition. 353-
      pages.
      Price: NOW $13.30 – WAS $19.00 (#378)

      Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era by James M. McPherson
      This is the Pulitzer Prize winning chronicle and analysis of the
      central event in the life of the nation. With a number of
      contemporary photos. Soft cover, in brand new, never read
      condition. 904-pages.
      Price: NOW $8.40 – WAS $12.00 (#276)

      Robert E. Lee by Manfred Weidhorn
      A biography of the leader of southern forces. Hardcover with dust
      jacket, in excellent condition. 150-pages.
      Price: NOW $6.30 – WAS $9.00 (#68)

      The Campaign of Chancellorsville by Theodore Ayrault Dodge
      A chronicle of an unexpected and resounding Union defeat brought on
      through a brilliantly executed Confederate campaign. Soft cover, in
      brand new, never read condition. 278-pages.
      Price: NOW $7.70 – WAS $11.00 (#292)

      The Battle of Gettysburg: A Guided Tour by Edward J. Stackpole and
      Wilbur S. Nye
      The book has two parts: a tour guide of the site and a short,
      thorough history of the battle. With numerous photos, maps and
      diagrams. Soft cover in brand new, never read condition. 124-pages.
      Price: NOW $4.90 – WAS $7.00 (#232)

      War on Two Fronts: Shiloh to Gettysburg edited by John Cannan
      This book contains a dramatic selection of personal narratives which
      contrasts the search for a decisive battle in the East with the
      protracted war of maneuver, sieges and raids in the West. Soft cover,
      in brand new, never read condition. 413-pages.
      Price: NOW $9.80 – WAS $14.00 (#291)

      Controversies and Commanders: Dispatches from the Army of the Potomac
      by Stephen W. Sears
      A fascinating look at some of the most intriguing generals in the
      Union Army of the Potomac and at some of the most extraordinary
      events of the Civil War. Hardcover with dust jacket in brand new,
      never read condition. 300-pages.
      Price: NOW $10.50 – WAS $15.00 (#230)

      Sumter: The First Days of the Civil War by Robert Hendrickson
      A remarkable account of the siege of Fort Sumter and the 128 Union
      men who defended it against a force of over 7,000. Soft cover, in
      brand new, never read condition. With contemporary photos and
      political cartoons. Published in 1990. 286-pages.
      Price: NOW 9.10 – WAS $13.00 (#324)

      The Decisive Battle of Nashville by Stanley F. Horn
      The battle considered by many to be the high water mark of the
      Confederacy's last aggressive action and " no battle of the war was
      better planned, and none was so nearly carried out to the letter of
      the plan…" With photos and maps. Soft cover, in brand new, never
      read condition, Published in 1991. 181-pages.
      Price: NOW $8.40 – WAS $12.00 (#327)

      Civil War Women: The Civil War Seen Through Women's Eyes in Stories…
      edited by Frank McSherry, Jr., et. al.
      A series of stories by Louisa May Alcott, Kate Chopin, Eudora Wely
      and other great women writers that help capture how the Civil War
      forged a brave new era for American women. Published in 1990. Soft
      cover, in brand new, never read condition. 175-pages.
      Price: NOW $7.00 – WAS $10.00 (#329)

      Lincoln and the First Shot by Richard N. Curent
      The influences and events that shaped Lincoln's controversial April
      policy, beginning with the new President's furtive arrival in
      Washington and concluding with the war mobilization. Soft cover, in
      brand new, never read condition. Publ. in 1990. 230-pages.
      Price: NOW $9.10 – WAS $13.00 (#325)

      The Lost Colony of the Confederacy by Eugene C. Harter
      This is the first book to focus upon the immigration of southerners
      to Brazil after the war. The author is the grandson/great-grandson
      of Confederates who left Texas and Mississippi as a part of the great
      Confederate migration of the 1860s. Soft cover, in brand new, never
      read condition. Published in 1988. 141-pages.
      Price: NOW $9.80 – WAS $14.00 (#326)

      The Private Mary Chestnut: The Unpublished Civil War Diaries
      A diarist at the right place at the right time, she was a daughter of
      one Southern senator and wife of another and she knew intimately the
      political and military leaders of the Confederacy. Published in 1984.
      Soft cover, in excellent condition. 292-pages.
      Price: NOW $9.80 – WAS $14.00 (#328)

      The March to the Sea and Beyond: Sherman's Troops in the Savannah and
      Carolina Campaigns by Joseph T. Glatthaar
      From a wealth of diaries, local documents and photos, the author
      illuminates the soldiers' character and experiences not from the
      headquarters, but from the battlefield. Soft cover, in brand new,
      never read condition. Published in 1985.
      Price: NOW $10.50 - WAS $15.00 (#351)

      Cities and Camps of the Confederate States by Fitzgerald Ross
      From the back-cover, "It contains fascinating and revealing details
      about prices, food, travel, manufacturing, blockade-running, and the
      organization and equipment of the armies. Of especial value is the
      full comment on life in Southern towns and cities. Published in 1997.
      Soft cover, in brand new, never read condition. 262-pages.
      Price: NOW $10.50 – WAS $15.00 (#359)

      Gray Ghosts of the Confederacy: Guerrilla Warfare in the West 1861-
      1865
      By Richard S. Brownlee
      A history of the Confederate guerrillas who – under the ruthless
      command of such men as William C. Quantrill and "Bloody Bill"
      Anderson – Plunged Missouri into a bloody, vicious conflict of an
      intensity unequaled in any other theatre of the Civil War. Published
      in 1990. Soft cover in excellent overall condition. 273-pages.
      Price: NOW $9.80 – WAS $14.00 (#360)
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