Series: Confederate Military History

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Confederate military history [12-volume set] by Clement A. Evanscomplete set
General history by Clement A. Evans1.1
General history by Clement A. Evans1.2
Maryland and West Virginia by Clement (ed). Evans2
Virginia [2 volumes] by Clement A. Evans3
Virginia, Volume 1 by Jedediah Hotchkiss3.1
Virginia, Volume 2 by Clement A. (General) Evans3.2
Confederate Military History : A Library of Confederate States History : Volume IV : North Carolina by D. H. HillVolume IV
Confederate Military History, a Library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 5, South Carolina by Clement A. EvansVolume V
Confederate Military History, a Library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia by Joseph T. DerryVolume VI
Alabama and Mississippi by Clement A. Evans7
Confederate Military History : A Library of Confederate States History : Volume VII : Alabama and Mississippi by Leut. Gen. Joseph & Col. Charles E. Hooker WheelerVolume VII
Alabama by Joseph Wheeler7.1
Mississippi by Charles E.; Evans Hooker, Clement Anselm7.2
Tennessee by James D. Porter8
Kentucky and Missouri by Gen. Clement A. Evans9
Louisiana and Arkansas by Clement A. Evans10
Louisiana by John; Evans Dimitry, Clement Anselm10.1
Arkansas by John M.; Evans Harrell, Clement Anselm10.2
Texas and Florida by O. M.; Evans Roberts, Clement Anselm11
Texas by Oran M. Roberts11.1
Florida by J. J. Dickison

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  1. The Orphan Brigade: The Kentucky Confederates Who Couldn't Go Home by William C. Davis (1980)
  2. The lost cause by E. A. Pollard (1866)
  3. Confederate Military History, Volume XII: Alabama and Mississippi by Clement A. Evans (1899)
  4. Embattled Confederates; an illustrated history of Southerners at war by Bell Irvin Wiley (1964)
  5. The Photographic History of the Civil War: Prisons and Hospitals by Francis Trevelyan Miller (1911)
  6. The South After the War and the Confederate Navy by Gen. Clement A. Evans (1899)
  7. Lee's Tarnished Lieutenant: James Longstreet and His Place in Southern History by William Garrett Piston (1987)
  8. Braxton Bragg and Confederate Defeat (Volume 1) by Grady McWhiney (1969)
  9. Jefferson Davis and His Generals: The Failure of Confederate Command in the West by Steven E. Woodworth (1990)
  10. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, Volume 1: From Sumter to Shiloh by Robert Underwood Johnson (1901)
  11. The Siege of Atlanta, 1864 by Samuel Carter (1973)
  12. Four Years with General Lee by Walter H. Taylor (1865)
  13. General Lee's Army: From Victory to Collapse by Joseph Glatthaar (2008)
  14. Gray Ghosts and Rebel Raiders by Virgil Carrington Jones (1956)
  15. Mosby's Rangers (Collector's Library of the Civil War) by James Joseph Williamson (1895)

Series description

The Confederate Military History is a 12-volume series, first published in 1899.


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