Series: Time-Life: The Civil War

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Brother Against Brother: The War Begins by William C. Davis1
First Blood: Fort Sumter to Bull Run by William C. Davis2
The Blockade: Runners and Raiders by William C. Davis3
The Road to Shiloh: Early Battles in the West by David Nevin4
Forward to Richmond: McClellan's Peninsular Campaign by Ronald H. Bailey5
Decoying the Yanks: Jackson's Valley Campaign by Champ Clark6
Confederate Ordeal: The Southern Home Front by Steven A. Channing7
Lee Takes Command: From Seven Days to Second Bull Run by Time-Life Books8
The Coastal War: Chesapeake Bay to Rio Grande by Peter M. Chaitin9
Tenting Tonight: The Soldier's Life by James I. Robertson10
The Bloodiest Day: The Battle of Antietam by Ronald H. Bailey11
War on the Mississippi: Grant's Vicksburg Campaign by Jerry Korn12
Rebels Resurgent: Fredericksburg to Chancellorsville by William K. Goolrick13
Twenty Million Yankees: The Northern Home Front by Donald Dale Jackson14
Gettysburg: The Confederate High Tide by Champ Clark15
The Struggle for Tennessee: Tupelo to Stones River by James H. Street16
The Fight for Chattanooga: Chickamauga to Missionary Ridge by Jerry Korn17
Spies, Scouts, and Raiders: Irregular Operations by William C. Davis18
Battles for Atlanta: Sherman Moves East by Ronald H. Bailey19
The Killing Ground: Wilderness to Cold Harbor by Gregory Jaynes20
Sherman's March: Atlanta to the Sea by David Nevin21
Death in the Trenches: Grant at Petersburg by William C. Davis22
War on the Frontier: The Trans-Mississippi West by Alvin M. Josephy23
The Shenandoah in Flames: The Valley Campaign of 1864 by Thomas A. Lewis24
Pursuit to Appomattox: The Last Battles by Jerry Korn25
The Assassination: Death of the President by Champ Clark26
The Nation Reunited: War's Aftermath by Richard W. Murphy27
The Civil War: Master Index by Time-Life Books28

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  1. Landscape Turned Red: The Battle of Antietam by Stephen W. Sears (1983)
  2. Campaigning with Grant by Horace Porter (1961)
  3. Antietam; the Photographic Legacy of America's Bloodiest Day by William A. Frassanito (1978)
  4. Island fighting by Rafael Steinberg (1977)
  5. The Civil War Almanac by John S. Bowman (1983)
  6. Illustrated Atlas of the Civil War (Echoes of Glory Series) by Time-Life Books (1991)
  7. Mosby's Rangers (Collector's Library of the Civil War) by James Joseph Williamson (1895)
  8. The American Heritage Picture History of the Civil War by Bruce Catton (1960)
  9. Return to Bull Run: The Campaign and Battle of Second Manassas by John J. Hennessy (1993)
  10. Gettysburg--Culp's Hill and Cemetery Hill by Harry W. Pfanz (1993)
  11. The Gettysburg Campaign : A Study in Command by Edwin B. Coddington (1984)
  12. Gettysburg (Voices of the Civil War) by Time-Life Books (1995)
  13. To the Gates of Richmond: The Peninsula Campaign by Stephen W. Sears (1992)
  14. Hardtack and Coffee: The Unwritten Story of Army Life by John D. Billings (1979)
  15. The Battle of the Wilderness May 5-6, 1864 by Gordon C. Rhea (1994)

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