Madison Antiquarian Books
"First With The Most" Forrest. General Forrest comes to life
in this fine early biography by Robert Selph Henry. Very Good in
tattered dust jacket, 1944. The Bobbs-Merrill Company.
Memorandum and Anecdotes of the Civil War, 1862-1865.
Robinson, Arthur J. Union Soldier's Memoirs. A stirring
account by an eyewitness of the Vicksburg Campaign, Jackson (Mississippi)
Campaign, 1864 battles of Franklin and Siege of Nashville. A. J.
Robinson was a soldier of the 33rd Wisconsin Vol. Infantry. Very
Good 48-page pamphlet, very scarce. 1910.
|MAB 30: Rare
Tennessee Confederate Military Unit Book. Lindsley, John B.
The Military Annals of Tennessee, Confederate, First Series.
1886, First Edition. Rebound in brown cloth. D-Tennessee-975,
Howes L-358. This is an extremely rare book. This is an early
attempt to chronicle the activities of all military units raised in TN.
|MAB 31: That
Devil Forrest. Wyeth, John Allen. 1959. Very
good, in very good dust jacket. This is a reprint of the 1899 ed.
The book is a first-rate biography of this famous Confederate General.
|MAB 32: Scarce
Tennessee Confederate Memoirs. Sullins, D. Recollections
of an Old Man, Seventy Years in Dixie, 1827-1897. 1910.
Couple of small spots on the front board, else in very good condition.
Dornbush--Tennessee-1020. This is a very good account by a Private
in the 19th Tennessee Infantry.
|MAB 40: The Killer Angels. Shaara, Michael. 1974. David McKay Company. Very good in very good dust jacket. An extremely rare second edition of the book that the movie Gettysburg was based on. $300.00.|
|MAB 41: A Southern Woman's Story: Life in Confederate Richmond. Pember, Phoebe Yates. 1959. McCowat-Mercer Press. Very Good in Very Good Dust Jacket. This is one of the fine reprints that McCowat-Mercer did in the late 50's and early 60's. This copy is edited by Bell Irvin Wiley. $37.50. SOLD|
|MAB 42: Gallant Pelham. Milham, Charles G. 1959. Public Affairs Press. Very Good in chipped Dust Jacket. First Edition. An exceedingly scare biography of one of the most beloved figures of the Confederacy. Major John Pelham was one of the most colorful and dramatic personalities of the Civil War. $85.00.|
|MAB 43: Alabama's Tragic Decade. Dubose, John Witherspoon. 1940. Webb Book Company. Very Good in chipped Dust Jacket. A scare title of the Civil War and Reconstruction in Alabama with a very colorful dust jacket. $75.00.|
|MAB 44: Fighting Joe Hooker. Hebert, Walter H. 1944. Bobbs-Merrill Publishing Company. First Edition. Very Good in chipped dust jacket. An extremely rare biography of General Joe Hooker. This is the limited edition copy, limited to 250 copies. Signed and Numbered. This copy is number 83. $200.00.|
|MAB 45: Fightin' Tom Rosser, C. S. A. Bushong, Millard K.and Dean, M. 1983. Beidel Printing House. First Edition. Very good in chipped dust jacket. Inscribed by both authors. $100.00.|
|MAB 46: General Turner Ashby and Stonewall's Valley Campaign. Bushong, Millard K. 1980. McClure Printing Company. Very good in chipped dust jacket. First Edition. Inscribed by the author. $100.00.|
|MAB 47: Quantrill and his Civil War Guerrillas. Breihan, Carl W. 1959. Promontory Press. Very good in very good dust jacket. Includes very interesting newspaper article dated 1992 about the reburial of William Clark Quantrill. $25.00.|
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