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New!! Exceptional Value! Special CD Set:

Civil War Reference Library: 222 Vols.  

The Official Records-128 Vols;  

Confederate Military History-12 Vols; 

Southern Historical Society Papers-52 Vols;   

Jefferson Davis Constitutionalist, His Letters, Papers and Speeches- 10 Vols;

Confederate Veteran Magazine 1893_1912- 20 years

Special CD Set- $ 89.95

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 Old Confederate Veteran: 1893-1912         $41.95

The Old Confederate Veteran Magazine was published in the interest of Confederate Veterans in the years following the Civil War. The purpose was to furnish these veterans, as well as the general public, with articles, stories, and pictures on the subject of the Civil War that would appeal to everyone, even Northerners. These magazines are especially useful for those people interested in genealogy and looking for their ancestors who fought in the war, because they contain thousands of names.

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Naval Official Record - North Atlantic Subset  $21.95

This subset of the Naval Official Record covers operations of both Union and Confederate Navies of the Atlantic and North Atlantic Blockading Squadrons, and operations on the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers. 

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The Official Record of the War Between the States $69.95

The 128-Volume Army Official Record (also known as Official Record of the War of Rebellion) is the most complete reference set on the Civil War. This is the most comprehensive set of Civil War documents on CD-Rom. The Official Record was compiled by the US Army in the years after the war in an effort to collect all of the battle and regimental reports and correspondence of the Union and Confederate Armies.

** Series 1 - Formal reports of the first seizures of United States property in the Southern States and of all military operations in the field, with the relating correspondence, orders, and returns.

** Series 2 - Correspondence, orders, reports, and returns relating to Prisoners of War.

** Series 3 - Correspondence, orders, reports, and returns of Union authorities not relating to Series 1 & 2

** Series 4 - Correspondence, orders, reports, and returns of Confederate authorities not relating to Series 1, 2, & 3

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Clipart from Photographic History of the Civil War  $41.95

3,629 Civil War Photographs with captions; Full Clipart Capability High Resolution, Variety of formats (.tif, .bmp, .pcx, .jpeg, and more)

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Civil War Maps               $ 21.95

* Over 300 Civil War Maps in color

* Over 300 Civil War Maps in .tif & .gif format Maps can be saved in these formats: JPG, PCX, GIF, TIF, WMF

* Battlefield Maps, Region Maps, Troop Movements, Military Maps, and Approaches & Defenses

* Some of States included are TN, GA, MD, SC, NC, LA, VA, MS, AR, FL, IL, KY, and D.C.

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Naval Official Records - Western Waters Subset $ 21.95

These 6 volumes cover the operations of both Union and Confederate Navies on the Tennessee, Ohio, and Mississippi rivers and along the Gulf coast

This subset includes volumes 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27 of the Navy Official Record.

The Tennessee River includes Fort Henry, Fort Donelson, and Shiloh.

The Mississippi River includes all activity from the Mississippi headwaters, to New Orleans. Operations include Ft Pillow, Memphis, Vicksburg, the Red River Campaign, and New Orleans.

The Gulf coast operations included both blockade and battles at Mobile, New Orleans, and points west.

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Southern Historical Society Papers         $ 69.95

Published by the Southern Historical Society between 1870s and 1956, this unique reference set offers a Southern perspective on the Civil War, Reconstruction and the years after the Civil War through the turn of the Century.

Read what General Longstreet wrote about the Battles of Gettysburg! Read the Southern account of Andersonville! Many articles were written by Confederate veterans. The contents of this reference set should interest any genealogist because of the large number of names found in the throughout the volumes. The set also contains a Roster of soldiers at the surrender of Appomatox.

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Battles and Leaders Clipart                    $ 32.95

1,751 Maps and Pictures from Battles and Leaders of the Civil War Collection, complete with a captions file and image viewing software.

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Confederate Military History $ 39.95

Edited by General Clement A. Evans of Georgia. This work attempts to describe the era and issues of the Confederacy. The collection is divided into sections by state. This provides more space for each state's unique story, its investment in the war, its heroes, and its battlefields.

These volumes contain information on each unit: where, when, and by whom the unit was formed. There are some rosters.

The set includes two General Subject volumes, Maryland & West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama & Mississippi, Kentucky & Missouri, Louisiana & Arkansas, and Texas & Florida volumes.

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Hardee's Infantry Tactics $ 32.95

By Brevet LT. W. J. Hardee. This volume explains instruction, exercises, and maneuvers of riflemen and light infantry.

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Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia $49.95

By Lillian Henderson. This set contains names, ranks, dates, and status of the soldiers of Georgia, organized by regiments.

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Artillerist's Manual $ 21.95 [Cd-Rom] or $ 25.95 Comb-Bound RePrint

By Brigadier-General John Gibbon, U. S. Vols. This manual was compiled from various sources and adapted to the service of the United States by Brig-Gen. Gibbon. It has over 200 illustrations.

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Confederate Veteran Magazine: 1984 to 1993 $41.95

The Sons of Confederate Veterans publish a magazine six times a year. This is a collection of all articles from 1984 through 1993.

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Rise & Fall of Confederate Government $ 48.25

By Jefferson Davis. This set of reference documents provides an inside look at the government of the Confederacy.

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