Appomattox: The Last Days of Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia

They endured hardship and deprivation as they fought for their home and ideals relive the final days of the Army of Northern Virginia Appomattox The Last Days of Robert E Lee s Army of Northern Virginia encompasses the defense and evacuation of the Confederate capital of Richmond, the horrific

Damage Them All You Can: Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia

Damage them all you can, the patrician Lee exhorts, and his Southern army, ragtag in uniform and elite in spirit, responds ferociously in one battle after another against their Northern enemies from the Seven Days and the Valley Campaign through Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, from the Wilderness

Flames Beyond Gettysburg: The Confederate Expedition to the Susquehanna River, June 1863

The Gettysburg Campaign has been examined in minute detail from nearly every aspect but one the key role played by Richard Ewell s Second Corps during the final days in June Scott Mingus s Flames Beyond Gettysburg The Confederate Expedition to the Susquehanna River, June 1863 is the first in dept

The Gettysburg Campaign in Numbers and Losses: Synopses, Orders of Battle, Strengths, Casualties, and Maps, June 9-July 14, 1863

The Gettysburg Campaign in Numbers and Losses is a full color, master work decades in the making Presented for the first time in print are comprehensive orders of battle for than three dozen engagements both large and small waged during the five weeks of the Gettysburg Campaign June 9 July

Retreat from Gettysburg: Lee, Logistics, and the Pennsylvania Campaign

In a groundbreaking, comprehensive history of the Army of Northern Virginia s retreat from Gettysburg in July 1863, Kent Masterson Brown draws on previously untapped sources to chronicle the massive effort of General Robert E Lee and his command as they sought to move people, equipment, and scaveng

The Stonewall Brigade and Hood’s Brigade: The History of the Most Famous Units in Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia during the Civil War

Includes pictures Includes accounts of the battles Includes a bibliography for further reading Includes a table of contents April 18, 1861 marked the date Southern forces started pouring into Harper s Ferry, Virginia Six days earlier, shots had been fired at Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor, So

History of the Doles-Cook Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A. Containing Muster Rolls of Each Company of the Fourth, Twelfth, Twenty-First and Forty-Fourth Georgia Regiments...and a Complete History of Each Regiment...

Clear The Confederate Way! The Irish In The Army Of Northern Virginia

Irish participation in the Confederate forces has received considerably less attention than that of the Union This detailed study examines Irish troops in the Confederacy, their attitude toward pro Union Irishmen, and offers some informed speculation on the influence of Irish tradition and history

The Thirty-Seventh North Carolina Troops: Tar Heels in the Army of Northern Virginia

North Carolina contributed of her sons to the Confederate cause than any other state The 37th North Carolina, made up of men from the western part of the state, served in famous battles like Chancellorsville and Gettysburg as well as in lesser known engagements like Hanover Courthouse and New