Madison Antiquarian Books
|MAB 114: Stars and Stripes in Rebeldom. 1862. T. O. H. P. Burnham. Nevins I, 203. Insect damage to the spine, else good. This is a series of papers written by Federal Prisoners. $120.00.|
|MAB 119: The Confederate Soldier and Ten Years in South America. Polk, J. M. 1910. The Press of VonBoeckmann-Jones Co. Austin, TX. Sixty-page pamphlet with ads Very Good, Large Stiff Wraps. An extremely rare account of a Confederate Soldier's Memoirs. Polk served in Company I, 4th Texas Infantry. Contains roster of 4th Company I of Texas. $5000.00.|
MAB 120: Grandfather's Journal: Company B, 16th Mississippi Infantry Volunteers, Harris' Brigade, Mahone's Division, Hill's Corps, A. N. V. Dobbins, Austin C. 1988. Morningside Press. A fine account of the 16th Mississippi. The author kept a journal from 1861 to 1865. $150.00.
|MAB 121: Shiloh, A Novel. Foote, Shelby. 1952. Dial Press. First Edition. Very good, in lightly chipped dust jacket. Extremely scarce, this novel rates in the top five historical fictions in the Civil War. $500.00.|
|MAB 122: History of Jackson County. (Alabama). Kennamer, John Robert. 1935. Southern Printing and Publishing Company, Winchester, TN. Good. Contains much information on 4th Alabama and Civil War in Jackson Co., AL. Also contains info on first Alabama viadet cavalry and Union company in Jackson Co. $350.00.|
MAB 123: Homespun Tales: The Battle of Franklin. Berry, Sue and Martha Fuqua. 1989. Pioneer Corner Association. Very good. Inscribed by Sue Berry and tipped in bookplate inscribed by Nancy Greer Miller. Nancy Greer Miller tells stories about the Battle of Franklin that she heard as a child and records them in this book. $50.00.
|MAB 124: History of Newton County, Mississippi From 1834 to 1894. Brown, A. J. 1894 Clarion-Ledger Company, Jackson, Mississippi. Howes B-824 (aa). Lot of mildewing on most of the pages, overall in fair condition. On second blank page is a long letter from John J. Hood dated December, 1897, giving this book to Mrs. A. R. Parker, who was one of the daughters of one of the noble heroines mentioned in the book. John J. Hood gave the author much info about womanhood during the Civil War. This book contains much information on the Civil War and Reconstruction in Newton County, contains valuable information on the Newton Rifles; 36th Mississippi Infantry, Company C; Captain Reynold's Company; the Pickney Guards Company B, 36th Mississippi; Captain Tatum's Company; Rayborn's Cavalry; Company L 36th Mississippi Regiment; the Newton Hornets; Company A 5th Regiment State Troups; Company D First Mississippi Cavalry; Company B, 2nd Mississippi Cavalry; 1st Mississippi Choctaw Battalion; Company I, 46th Mississippi Regiment and 60-day troops from Newton Co. $150.00.|
|MAB 125: The Gettysburg Campaign: A Study in Command. Coddington, Edwin B. 1968. Charles Scribner's Son. First Edition. Very good in very good dust jacket. Best book on the Battle of Gettysburg. $150.00.|
|MAB 126: The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby. Edited by Charles Wells Russell. 1917. Little Brown and Company. First Edition. Very good and bright. Howes M-854 (a). $500.00.|
|MAB 127: General Jubal A. Early: Autographical sketch and narrative of the War Between the States. Early, R. H. 1912. J. B. Lippincott Company. First Edition. Very fine in bright copy, one of the nicest copies available in a long time. Howes E-12 (aa). $700.00.|
|MAB 128: Rebels at the Gate: Lee and McClellan on the Front Lines of a Nation Divided. Lesser, W. Hunter. 2004. Source Books, Inc. Fine, in fine dust jacket. First Edition. $20.00.|
|MAB 129: Eighty Years Under the Stars and Bars. Harwell, Thomas Fletcher. 1947. Very good, large stiff wraps. Contains biographical sketches of Confederate Veterans near Driftwood, Hayes County, Texas and the history of Camp McCulloch. $150.00.|
|MAB 130: The Civil War, A Narrative. Three Volumes, Various Dates. Foote, Shelby. Three Volumes, fine dust jackets, slip cased. $125.00.|
|MAB 133: Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties. Hugh Stephens Printing Company, Jefferson City, MO, circa 1913. Very good and bright copy. This is a compilation of approximately 74 reminiscences written primarily by women. Scare. $175.00.|
|MAB 134: Battles and Sketches of the Army of Tennessee. Broomfield, L. Ridley. 1906. Missouri Printing and Publishing Co., Mexico, MO. Missing two pages of the Introduction, else good copy. Flowered end sheets. Extremely scare. $750.00.|
|MAB 135: Halleck; Lincoln's Chief of Staff. Ambrose, Stephen E. 1962. LA State University Press. Very good in chipped dust jacket. First Edition. Tipped in card signed by Stephen E. Ambrose. This book is extremely hard to find. $250.00.|
|MAB 136: Four Years with General Lee. Taylor, Walter H. 1878. D. Appleton and Company. First Edition. Very good bright copy. Scarce. $350.00.|
|MAB 141: Reminiscences of the Civil War. Mitchel, Cora. Providence circa 1900's. Inscribed by author. 1914. Very Good. $250.00.|
|MAB 142: Camp Fire Stories of the Mississippi Valley Campaign. Bankston, Marie Louise Benton. 1914. The L. Graham Company. Insect damage to spine, else in good condition. Scarce book. $275.00.|
MAB 143: They'll Do To Tie To! 3rd Ark. Infantry Regiment, C.S.A. Collier, Capt. Calvin L., U.S.A.F. 1959. Pioneer Press. Very Good in tattered and torn dust jacket. First Edition. $75.00.
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