Series: Time-Life: Echoes of Glory

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Arms and Equipment of the Confederacy (Echoes of Glory) by Time-Life Books
Arms and Equipment of the Union (Echoes of Glory) by Time-Life Books
The Battle Atlas of the Civil War by Time-Life Books
Illustrated Atlas of the Civil War (Echoes of Glory Series) by Time-Life Books
Time-Life: Echoes of Glory Set by Time-Life BooksSet

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  1. Arms and Equipment of the Civil War by Jack Coggins (1962)
  2. Rebels and Yankees: The Fighting Men of the Civil War by William C. Davis (1989)
  3. National Geographic Guide To Civil War National Battlefield Parks by National Geographic Society (1992)
  4. Attack and Die: Civil War Military Tactics and the Southern Heritage by Grady McWhiney (1982)
  5. A Battlefield Atlas of the Civil War by Craig L. Symonds (1707)
  6. Mathew Brady's Illustrated History of the Civil War by Benson J. Lossing (1912)
  7. Civil War Collector's Encyclopedia: Volumes I & II (Civil War Collector's Encyclopedia) by Francis A. Lord (1995)
  8. The Battle of the Wilderness May 5-6, 1864 by Gordon C. Rhea (1994)
  9. Gettysburg: The Confederate High Tide by Champ Clark (1979)
  10. Battlefields of the Civil War by William C. Davis (1991)
  11. Mosby's Rangers (Collector's Library of the Civil War) by James Joseph Williamson (1895)
  12. Maps and Mapmakers of the Civil War by Earl B. McElfresh (1999)
  13. Antietam; the Photographic Legacy of America's Bloodiest Day by William A. Frassanito (1978)
  14. To the Gates of Richmond: The Peninsula Campaign by Stephen W. Sears (1992)
  15. Civil War Guns by William B. Edwards (1961)

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