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The Civil War Trilogy Box Set: With American Homer: Reflections on Shelby Foote and His Classic The Civil War: A Narrative (Modern Library) by Shelby FooteModern Library Omnibus
The Civil War: A Narrative by Shelby FooteOmnibus
The Civil War: A Narrative: Volume 1: Fort Sumter to Perryville by Shelby FooteOriginal publication, Vol. 1
The Civil War: A Narrative: Volume 2: Fredericksburg to Meridian by Shelby FooteOriginal publication, Vol. 2
The Civil War: A Narrative: Volume 3: Red River to Appomattox by Shelby FooteOriginal publication, Vol. 3
The Beleaguered City: The Vicksburg Campaign, December 1862-July 1863 (Modern Library) by Shelby FooteExtract from Volume 2, Original Publication, Fredericksburg to Meridian
Stars in Their Courses : The Gettysburg Campaign, June-July 1863 by Shelby FooteExtract from Volume 2, Original Publication, Fredericksburg to Meridian
The Civil War, a narrative : Secession to Fort Henry by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 1
The Civil War, a narrative : Fort Donelson to Memphis by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 2
The Civil War, a narrative : Yorktown to Cedar Mountain by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 3
The Civil War, a narrative : Second Manassas to Pocataligo by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 4
The Civil War, a narrative : Fredericksburg to Steele Bayou by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 5
The Civil War, a narrative : Charleston Harbor to Vicksburg by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 6
The Civil War, a narrative : Gettysburg to Draft Riots by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 7
The Civil War, a narrative : Tullahoma to Missionary Ridge by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 8
The Civil War, a narrative : Mine Run to Meridian by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 9
The Civil War, a narrative : Red River to Spotsylvania by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 10
The Civil War, a narrative : Yellow Tavern to Cold Harbor by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 11
The Civil War, a narrative : James Crossing to Johnsville by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 12
The Civil War, a narrative : Petersburg Siege to Bentonville by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 13
The Civil War, a narrative : Fort Stedman to Reconstruction by Shelby FooteTime-Life publication, Vol. 14
The Civil War, Vol 1: Fort Sumter to Kernstown: First Blood - The Thing Gets Underway by Shelby Foote2005 publication, Vol. 1
The Civil War: A Narrative Pea Ridge to the Seven Days War Means Fighting, Fighting Means Killing (Volume 2) by Shelby Foote2005 publication, Vol. 2
The Civil War: A Narrative Second Manassas to Perryville The Sun Shines South (Volume 3) by Shelby Foote2005 publication, Vol. 2
The Civil War, a narrative : Fredericksburg to Chancellorsville by Shelby Foote2005 publication, Vol. 4
The Civil War, a narrative : Gettysburg to Vicksburg by Shelby Foote2005 publication, Vol. 5
The Civil War, A Narrative, Tullahoma to Meridian, Riot and Resurgence by Shelby Foote2005 publication, Vol. 6
The Civil War, a narrative : Red River to Chattahoochee by Shelby Foote2005 publication, Vol. 7
The Civil War, a narrative : Petersburg to Savannah by Shelby Foote2005 publication, Vol. 8
The Civil War: A Narrative: Five Forks to Appomattox: Victory and Defeat (# 9 in series) by Shelby Foote2005 publication, Vol. 9

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  1. Confederate Ordeal: The Southern Home Front by Steven A. Channing (1600)
  2. Illustrated Atlas of the Civil War (Echoes of Glory Series) by Time-Life Books (1991)
  3. The Battle of the Wilderness May 5-6, 1864 by Gordon C. Rhea (1994)
  4. Battlefields of the Civil War by William C. Davis (1991)
  5. An Honorable Defeat: The Last Days of the Confederate Government by William C. Davis (2001)
  6. Fields of Honor: Pivotal Battles of the Civil War by Edwin C. Bearss (2006)
  7. The Blue and the Gray by Thomas B. Allen (1992)
  8. The Civil War Day by Day : An Almanac, 1861-1865 by E. B. Long (1971)
  9. Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era by James M. McPherson (1988)
  10. "...the real war will never get in the books": Selections from Writers During the Civil War by Louis P. Masur (1993)
  11. The War for the Union, Vol. 1: The Improvised War, 1861-1862 by Allan Nevins (1950)
  12. The Civil War: The American Iliad As Told by Those Who Lived It by Otto Eisenschiml (1947)
  13. Lee Considered: General Robert E. Lee and Civil War History by Alan T. Nolan (1991)
  14. Grant Moves South by Bruce Catton (1960)
  15. The Civil War Almanac by John S. Bowman (1983)

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