Madison Antiquarian Books
|MAB 60: Bell of the Fifties. Clay, Mrs. 1905. Doubleday Page and Company. Second Edition. Later cloth. Else very good. $60.00.|
MAB 61: As I Saw It. Argyle, Harvey. 1902. Home Publishing Company, San Francisco, CA. Flowery end paper. In good condition. This book contains the author's travels in MO during the Civil War and his gold-mining experiences in California's Sierra Nevada. Sixty-three pages have his Civil War experiences in MO, and 38 pages of his overland trip to CA in 1866. Dornbush II--2266. Author's real name is John Jackson McIntire. $100.00.
|MAB 62: Four Years Under Marse Robert. Stiles, Robert. 1903. The Neale Publishing Company. First Edition. Good. The First Edition is extremely hard to find. $200.00.|
|MAB 63: Memories: A Record of Personal Experience and Adventure During Four Years of War. Beers, Mrs. Fannie A. 1891. Press of J. D. Lippincott Co. Spotted Spine and Boards, else good. $100.00.|
|MAB 64: Poems and Selections. Fatherree, L. L. @1910. Small tear at top of front wraps, else in good condition. This small pamphlet was written by Fatherree who served in Company C, 3rd Mississippi Calvary, Forrest Corp. This pamphlet was probably done for a Confederate Reunion and contains numerous articles on the Civil War, poems by the author, and selections from various authors. Extremely rare. $1000.00.|
|MAB 65: Beauregard The Great Creole. Basso, Hamilton. 1933, New York. Very good in very good dust jacket. First Edition. A complete biography of General Beauregard. $150.00.|
|MAB 66: The Military Campaigns of Nathan Bedford Forrest. Edited by Robert Self Henry. No date. McCowat-Mercer Press. This is a foldout map of Forrest's campaigns prepared by Monroe F. Cockrell with Forrest's farewell address to his troops. The map is bound in stiff illustrated cardboard in very good condition. $25.00.|
|MAB 69: The Stonewall Brigade. Robertson, James I., Jr. 1963. Louisiana State University Press. Very good in chipped dust jacket. First Edition. Nice long inscription by the author. One of the best biographies of this immortal brigade. $125.00.|
|MAB 70: Forrest at Brice's Cross Roads. Bearss, Edwin C. 1979. Morningside Bookshop. Very good. First Edition. A fine account of one of Forrest's famous battles. $65.00.SOLD|
|MAB 71: One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry. Worsham, John H. 1964. McCowat-Mercer Press. Edited by James I. Robertson, Jr. Ink name else very good in very good dust jacket. Another one of the fine reprints that McCowat-Mercer did. $40.00.|
|MAB 72: Mosby and His Men: A Record of the Adventures of that Renowned Patrician Ranger, John S. Mosby. 1867. G. W. Carleton and Company. Insect damage to the top of the spine and to the top of the front board, else good. Original plum cloth. A very solid copy. The author served in Company B of Mosby's Battalion, Howes C.-871, Nevins I, p. 75, Dornbusch 1278. An exciting narrative of the exploits of the Gray Ghost. Extremely scare. $550.00. SOLD|
|MAB 77: Lee's Maverick Generals: Daniel Harvey Hill. Bridges, Hall. 1961. McGraw-Hill Book Company. First Edition. Very Good in chipped dust jacket. $75.00.|
|MAB 78: "First With the Most" Forrest. Henry, Robert Selph. 1944. The Bobs-Merrill Company. Limited, Signed Bedford Edition. Very Good and Bright. $100.00.|
MAB 79: Civil War Guns. Edwards, William B. 1962. The Stacked Pole Company. First Edition. Very good in chipped dust jacket. $50.00.
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