Madison Antiquarian Books
|MAB 86: History of the Siege of Vicksburg and Maps of the Vicksburg National Military Park with Description of the National Cemetery and City of Vicksburg. Circa 1925. Z. M. Davis Publisher, Vicksburg, MS. 32-page Pamphlet with foldout map. Pamphlet is in good condition. Also included in the pamphlet is a colored map of the Vicksburg National Military Park and Cemetery. $35.00.|
|MAB 87: Ranger Mosby. Jones, Virgil Carrington. 1944. University of North Carolina Press. Very good in tattered and torn dust jacket. Inscribed and dated by the author on the title page. $75.00.|
|MAB 88: Reminiscence 1832 On a Louisiana Plantation. Wates, Mrs. Amelia. Circa 1900's. S. C. Toof Publisher, Memphis, TN. Very good. Large stiff wraps, bound in presentation binding of author's great-great niece, Elise S. Miles. Extremely rare pamphlet describing the early life of author on Louisiana Plantation, includes 32 pages of her Civil War reminiscence. Contains memories of Memphis and Middle Tennessee, brief sketches of Confederate Generals, extremely rare. $1000.00.|
|MAB 91: Capt. Thomas A. Bryan's Battery, 13th Battalion Virginia Artillery, C.S.A. 1862-1865. Humphreys, M. W. Circa, 1910. Pamphlet in very good condition. An extremely rare account of a Virginia Battery. This pamphlet is seldom seen. $2500.00.|
MAB 92: How a One-Legged Rebel Lives: The Story of the Campaign of Stonewall Jackson. Robson, John S. l888. Charlottesville, VA. Wraps chipped at edges, good+. $350.00.
|MAB 93: Prospectus of Sons and Daughters of the Confederacy. Circa, 1901. Little Rock, AR. Eleven pages, plus tipped in sheet. Historical wraps in very good condition. Very scarce. $100.00.|
|MAB 94: Rare Prospectus for Alsopp's Book on Albert Pike. Circa, 1927. Little Rock, AR. Folder with Pike's picture on first page. Very good condition. This prospectus is extremely rare. $100.00.|
MAB 95: Pensions for Confederate Soldiers. The Hon. John N. Tillman. 1916. Washington, D.C. Twenty-nine pages. Wraps in good condition. Gov. Charles Brough's copy and his stamp of his signature on front wraps. Extremely scarce. Only three copies found in OCLC. $250.00.
|MAB 96: U.D.C. Commemorating the 94th Anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh and the Dedication of the Rosters of the Confederate Soldiers in the Battle of Shiloh. 1956. Very good printed folder. $25.00.|
|MAB 97: The Battle of Prairie Grove, December 7, 1862. Jones, Samuel, 1965. Van Buren, AR. Thirty-eight page, stiff wraps, in very good condition. String-tied. This is a facsimile of the original. $25.00.|
|MAB 98: Address on the Life and Services of General Marcus J. Wright. Cox, General William Ruffin. 1915. Richmond. Fifteen-page pamphlet in very good condition, very scarce. $350.00.|
|MAB 99: History of Battery A of St. Louis. Porter, Valentine Mott. 1905. Missouri Historical Society Collection, first edition. Forty-eight page pamphlet in very good condition. $100.00.|
|MAB 106: Diary of Ephraim Shelby Dodd, Member of Company D Terry's Texas Rangers, December 4, 1862-January 1, 1864. 1914. Press of E. L. Steck, Austin. Browning at edges, light chipping at corner, else very good. Large stiff wraps. Dornbush II-1056, NUC locates only four copies. Extremely rare. $500.00.|
|MAB 107: Rebel Brass: The Confederate Command System. Vandiver, Frank. 1956. LSU Press. First Edition. Very good in very good dust jacket. Tipped in Civil War book club page autographed by the author. $85.00.|
|MAB 108: Gentle Tiger: A Gallant Life of Roberdeau Wheat. Defour, Charles L. 1957. LSU Press. First Edition. Very good in very good dust jacket. Nice inscription by the author on first blank page. $100.00.|
|MAB 109: The Night The War Was Lost. Defour, Charles L. 1960. Doubleday. Very good in very good dust jacket. First Edition. $50.00.|
|MAB 110: Brief History of the 30th Georgia Regiment. Adamson, A. P. 1993. American Historical Books. Very good in very good dust jacket. $40.00.|
|MAB 111: Lee's Lieutenants A Study in Command. Freeman, Douglas Southall. 1942-1944. Scribners. Three Volumes. Very good in chipped dust jacket. All three volumes in original slip case. $225.00.|
|MAB 112: Forty Years of Active Service. O'Ferrall, Col. Charles T. 1904. The Neale Publishing Co. Thornbush--VA--1270, Krick. Author served with 23rd VA Cavalry. Good+ Condition. $300.00.|
|MAB 113: Memorial Volume of the Hon. Howell Cobb of Georgia. Boykin, Samuel, Editor. 1870. J. P. Lippincott and Co. Two Pages have been torn and taped back together. Two lines of script are affected. Else, good copy. An extremely scarce account of the life and dedication of General Howell Cobb, a Confederate General. $300.00.|
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