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Shadows of the Storm: The Image of War, 1861-1865, Vol. 1 by William C. Davis1
The Guns of '62: The Image of War, 1861-1865, Vol. 2 by National Historical Society2
Embattled Confederacy: The Image of War, 1861-1865, Vol. 3 by National Historical Society3
Fighting for Time: The Image of War, 1861-1865, Vol. 4 by National Historical Society4
The South Besieged: The Image of War, 1861-1865, Vol. 5 by National Historical Society5
End of an Era: The Image of War, 1861-1865, Vol. 6 by National Historical Society6

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  1. Photographic Sketchbook of the Civil War by Alexander Gardner (1959)
  2. George B. McClellan: The Young Napoleon by Stephen W. Sears (1988)
  3. Grant and Lee; the Virginia Campaigns, 1864-1865 by William A. Frassanito (1983)
  4. Mosby's Rangers (Collector's Library of the Civil War) by James Joseph Williamson (1895)
  5. War on the Waters: The Union and Confederate Navies, 1861-1865 by James M. McPherson (2012)
  6. Jeb Stuart : The Last Cavalier by Burke Davis (1957)
  7. Touched by Fire: A National Historical Society Photographic Portrait of the Civil War by William C. Davis (1985)
  8. Attack and Die: Civil War Military Tactics and the Southern Heritage by Grady McWhiney (1982)
  9. The Killing Ground: Wilderness to Cold Harbor by Gregory Jaynes (1986)
  10. The Long Surrender by Burke Davis (1985)
  11. Antietam; the Photographic Legacy of America's Bloodiest Day by William A. Frassanito (1978)
  12. The U.S. Army War College Guide to the Battle of Antietam: The Maryland Campaign of 1862 by Jay Luvaas (1987)
  13. How the North Won: A Military History of the Civil War by Herman Hattaway (1983)
  14. Gettysburg 1863: High tide of the Confederacy by Carl Smith (1998)
  15. The H. L. Hunley: The Secret Hope of the Confederacy by Tom Chaffin (2008)

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