Students of the war's Eastern Theater should purchase this unique book while they can because it offers the best and most coherent narrative of the actions in northern Virginia between Gettysburg and the Wilderness.Read More
Terry's Texas Rangers went into the Civil War with a reputation they had not earned, but left it with one that lingers to this day.Read More
How could otherwise honorable and decent men and women, who ostensibly dedicated themselves to rationale, scholarly discourse, have been so utterly blinded by the racism that was pervasive in their society?Read More
Carole Emberton challenges the period's prevailing narratives and forces readers to consider how violence permeated America's political culture.Read More
Check out The Bookshelf for in-depth reviews of the latest Civil War books. Our most recently reviewed titles include:
The Maps of the Bristoe Station and Mine Run Campaigns (2013)
Author: Bradley Gottfried
Reviewed by: Zachery A. Fry
The Dunning School (2013)
Author: John David Smith & J. Vincent Lowery
Reviewed by: John C. Rodrigue
Beyond Redemption (2013)
Author: Carole Emberton
Reviewed by: Christian McWhirter
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A brief visual look at one of the Civil War's most common medical procedures.