US Confederate Photographic History American Civil War
10 volumes of the story of the American Civil War (1861-1865) presented in Photographs Over 3500 pages with thousands of photographs.
FRANCIS TREVELYAN MILLER – EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
ROBERT S. LANIER
Thousands of Scenes Photographed 1861-65
Volume One – The Opening Battles
Volume Two – Two Years of Grim War
Volume Three – The Decisive Battles
Volume Four – The Cavalry
Volume Five – Forts and Artillery
Volume Six – The Navies
Volume Seven – Prisons and Hospitals
Volume Eight – Soldier Life, Secret Service
Volume Nine – Poetry and Eloquence of Blue and Gray
Volume Ten – Armies and Leaders
All these books have been scanned from original editions.
Additional items (in PDF format, PDF reader included)
Battle-Fields of the South,
Bull Run to Fredericksburgh with sketches of confederate commanders, and gossip of The camps.
By an english combatant, Lieutenant of artillery , on the field staff. 517 pages
The Civil War Through the Camera
TOGETHER WITH ELSON’S NEW HISTORY OF THE WAR
Field,Fort and Fleet;
“Being a series of Brilliant and authentic sketches of the most notable Battles of the Late
Civil War, including many incidents & Circumstances never before published in any form”by M. Quad
Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War in the United States Volume 1 (398 pages)
Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War in the United States Volume 2 (446 pages)
2 volumes with more drawings/pictures in these 2 volumes
SOUTHERN HISTORY OF THE WAR, Vol 1 & 2 combined
by EDWARD A. POLLARD, Late Editor of the Richmond Examiner.
WAR PICTURES FROM THE SOUTH.
BY B. ESTVlN, COLONEL OF CAVALRY IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY.
No actual pictures, but a descriptive narrative 352 pages
The Photographic History of the US Civil War