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The Civil War Times Illustrated Photographic History of the Civil War, Volume I: Fort Sumter to Gettysburg by William C. Davis1
The Civil War Times Illustrated Photographic History of the Civil War, Volume II: Vicksburg to Appomattox by William C. Davis2
Civil War Album: A Complete Photographic History: Fort Sumter to Appomattox by William C. DavisComplete Set

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Recommendations

  1. Antietam; the Photographic Legacy of America's Bloodiest Day by William A. Frassanito (1978)
  2. The Civil War in Depth: History in 3-D by Bob Zeller (1997)
  3. Grant and Lee; the Virginia Campaigns, 1864-1865 by William A. Frassanito (1983)
  4. None Died in Vain: The Saga of the American Civil War by Robert Leckie (1990)
  5. Great Battles of the Civil War by John MacDonald (1979)
  6. Rebels and Yankees: The Fighting Men of the Civil War by William C. Davis (1989)
  7. Illustrated Atlas of the Civil War (Echoes of Glory Series) by Time-Life Books (1991)
  8. Touched by Fire: A National Historical Society Photographic Portrait of the Civil War by William C. Davis (1985)
  9. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, Volume 1: From Sumter to Shiloh by Robert Underwood Johnson (1887)
  10. The Iron Brigade: A Military History by Alan T. Nolan (1961)
  11. The Photographic History of the Civil War: Two Volumes in One : Volume 3, Forts and Artillery; The Navies by O E Hunt (1957)
  12. One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry by John H. Worsham (1982)
  13. Battlefields of the Civil War by William C. Davis (1991)
  14. Fields of Honor: Pivotal Battles of the Civil War by Edwin C. Bearss (2006)
  15. Photographic Sketchbook of the Civil War by Alexander Gardner (1959)

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