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This section contains links to the full on-line text of books published between 1860 and the 1920's.  Most of the texts are historical although there are a few entries that are historical fiction.  But, all of the entries are Civil War related.

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A Complete History Of The Great Rebellion, Or, The Civil War In The United States, 1861-1865.
By Dr. James Moore, Surgeon U.S. Army, Published 1881.
 
A HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR
By Benson J. Lossing LLD., Illustrated with Reproductions of the BRADY WAR PHOTOGRAPHS,The War Memorial Association (1912).
 
Reminiscences of my life in camp with the 33d United States Colored Troops late 1st S.C. Volunteers
By Susie King Taylor, published 1902. Susie Baker, later King Taylor, was born a slave in 1848 in Georgia. She learned to read and write while living with her grandmother. Susie gained her freedom in 1862 as contraband of war and was appointed laundress of the 33rd U.S. Colored Troops. She served the regiment for 4 years teaching the soldiers to read and write and acting as nurse.
 
The True Story Of The Barons Of The South; Or, The
Rationale Of The American Conflict.
By E. W. Reynolds, Walker, Wise and company, Boston, PUBLISHED: 1862.
 
The Causes Of The American Civil War. A Letter To The London Times.
By John Lothrop Motley, J. G. Gregory, Publishers, New York, PUBLISHED: 1861.
 
Reminiscences Of Forts Sumter And Moultrie In 1860-1861.
By Abner Doubleday, Harper & brothers, New York, PUBLISHED: 1876.
 
ANDERSONVILLE, A STORY OF REBEL MILITARY PRISONS, VOLUME I OF IV.
A PRIVATE SOLDIERS EXPERIENCE IN RICHMOND, ANDERSONVILLE, SAVANNAH, MILLEN LACKSHEAR AND FLORENCE, BY JOHN McELROY, Late of Co. L. 16th Ill Cav., 1879
 
ANDERSONVILLE, A STORY OF REBEL MILITARY PRISONS, VOLUME II OF IV.
A PRIVATE SOLDIERS EXPERIENCE IN RICHMOND, ANDERSONVILLE, SAVANNAH, MILLEN LACKSHEAR AND FLORENCE, BY JOHN McELROY, Late of Co. L. 16th Ill Cav., 1879
 
ANDERSONVILLE, A STORY OF REBEL MILITARY PRISONS, VOLUME III OF IV.
A PRIVATE SOLDIERS EXPERIENCE IN RICHMOND, ANDERSONVILLE, SAVANNAH, MILLEN LACKSHEAR AND FLORENCE, BY JOHN McELROY, Late of Co. L. 16th Ill Cav., 1879
 
ANDERSONVILLE, A STORY OF REBEL MILITARY PRISONS, VOLUME IV OF IV.
A PRIVATE SOLDIERS EXPERIENCE IN RICHMOND, ANDERSONVILLE, SAVANNAH, MILLEN LACKSHEAR AND FLORENCE, BY JOHN McELROY, Late of Co. L. 16th Ill Cav., 1879.
 
The American Civil War Overview
Source: For the most part, with the exception of the Chronology, this Overview was taken from the floppy disc version of Epic Battles Of the Civil War, 1861-1865 (InfoConcepts, Inc) by Curtis M. Jingle, Michael R. Brasher, and Warren Von Worley. The links in the text are to other parts of my website that address the subject being linked.
 
The Valley Campaigns: Being the Reminiscences of a
Non-Combatant While Between the Lines in the Shenandoah
By Thomas A. Ashby, M.D., L.L.D., (Thomas Almond), 1848-1916, New York: Neale Publishing Company, 1914
 
Fifty Years In Chains; or, The Life of an American Slave
By Charles Ball, NEW-YORK, H. DAYTON, PUBLISHER, 36 HOWARD STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, IND., ASHER & COMPANY, 1859.
 
The Blockade Runners
By Jules Verne. FICTION...The Dolphin, a fast British ship, is on a run to the blockaded town of Charleston in America, when the captain discovers two young americans on board, who are not at all what they at first seem to be. Under "Download Links" click on "Main Site".
 
Abraham Lincoln and the Union, A Chronicle of the Embattled North
BY NATHANIEL W. STEPHENSON, NEW HAVEN: YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS, TORONTO: GLASGOW, BROOK & CO, LONDON: HUMPHREY MILFORD, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1918
 
Bearing Arms In The 27th Mass. Vol. Inf. Regiment
By W. P. DERBY, BOSTON: WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING COMPANY, 18 Post Office Square, 1883. Under "Tree Navigation" click on "Body" to bring up the list of chapters.
 
The Photographic History of the Civil War, in Ten Volumes
Ed. By: Francis Trevelyan Miller, New York: The Review of Reviews Co., 1912 (PDF Files Which Take Time To Load)
 
WITH LEE IN VIRGINIA: A Story Of The American Civil War.
By G.A. Henty.
 
The Civil War Defenses of Washington, Parts I and II
National Park Service, National Capital Region, Washington, D.C.
 
Wartime Spies
By Joseph Geringer
 
Civil War Maps
The Civil War Maps collection contains approximately 2,240 Civil War maps and charts and 76 atlases and sketchbooks.
 
The Writings of Abraham Lincoln - Volume 1
1832-1843, By Abraham Lincoln.
 
The Writings of Abraham Lincoln - Volume 2
1843-1858, By Abraham Lincoln.
 
The Writings of Abraham Lincoln - Volume 3
The Lincoln-Douglas debates, By Abraham Lincoln.
 
The Writings of Abraham Lincoln - Volume 4
The Lincoln-Douglas debates, By Abraham Lincoln.
 
The Writings of Abraham Lincoln - Volume 5
1858-1862, By Abraham Lincoln.
 
The Writings of Abraham Lincoln - Volume 6
1862-1863, By Abraham Lincoln.
 
The Writings of Abraham Lincoln - Volume 7
1863-1865, By Abraham Lincoln.
 
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A REBEL'S RECOLLECTIONS
By GEORGE CARY EGGLESTON (Author Of "A Man Of Honor"), Published by Hurd and Houghton, Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1875
 
"STONEWALL" JACKSON HIS CAMPAIGNS AND BATTLES THE REGIMENT AS I SAW THEM.
By JAMES H. WOOD, Captain Co. "D", 37th Va. Infty. Regiment, The Eddy Press Corporation Cumberland, Md. Publishers, 1910
 
WAR STORIES AND SCHOOL-DAY INCIDENTS FOR THE CHILDREN
BY: B. M. ZETTLER, COMPANY B, EIGHTH GEORGIA REGIMENT, ANDERSON'S BRIGADE, LONGSTREET'S CORPS, ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA, NEW YORK, THE NEALE PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1912
 
Personal And Military History Of Philip Kearny, Major-General United States Volunteers
By John Watts De Peyster, Rice and Gage, New York; Bliss & co., Newark, NJ; PUBLISHED: 1869.
 
The Shenandoah; Or, The Last Confederate Cruiser.
By Cornelius E. Hunt, CSN, G.W. Carleton & co., New York; S. Low, son & co., London; PUBLISHED: 1867.
 
The life Of Jefferson Davis.
By Frank H. Alfriend, Caxton publishing house, Cincinnati,; National publishing co.,Philadelphia; PUBLISHED: 1868.
 
 History Of The American Civil War. VOL 1 OF 3.
By John William Draper, Harper & brothers, New York, PUBLISHED: 1867-1870.
 
History Of The American Civil War. VOL 2 OF 3.
By John William Draper, Harper & brothers, New York, PUBLISHED: 1867-1870.
 
History Of The American Civil War. VOL 3 OF 3.
By John William Draper, Harper & brothers, New York, PUBLISHED: 1867-1870.
 
History Of The Civil War, 1861-1865.
By James Ford Rhodes (1848-1927), NEW YORK: THE MACMILLAN COMPANY, 1917.
 
The Red Badge Of Courage--An Episode Of The American Civil War.
By Stephen Crane, origionally published 1895. . .FICTION
 
REMINISCENCES OF THE CIVIL WAR
BY GENERAL JOHN B. GORDON, CSA
 
THE CAMPAIGN OF CHANCELLORSVILLE
By Theodore A. Dodge.
 
A SKETCH OF THE BATTLE OF FRANKLIN, TENN.; WITH REMINISCENCES OF CAMP DOUGLAS
BY JOHN M. COPLEY, ILLUSTRATED, AUSTIN, TEXAS, EUGENE VON BOECKMANN, PRINTER, 1893. (This book takes a bit of time to load so be patient.)
 
A Virginia Girl in the Civil War, 1861-1865
Ed. By Myrta Lockett Avary, NEW YORK, D. APPLETON AND COMPANY,1903
 
Experience of a Confederate Chaplain, 1861-1864
By Rev. A. D. Betts, Edited by W.A. Betts, [Greenville? S. C.,] s.n., 190?
 
MILITARY REMINISCENCES OF GEN. WM. R. BOGGS, C. S. A
INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY WILLIAM K. BOYD, THE SEEMAN PRINTERY, DURHAM, N. C., 1913
 
CAPTAINS OF THE CIVIL WAR--A CHRONICLE OF THE BLUE AND THE GRAY
BY WILLIAM WOOD, Late Colonel commanding 8th Royal Rifles, and Officer-in-charge, Canadian Special Mission Overseas, QUEBEC, April 18, 1921
 
Battles and Leaders of the Civil War
Ed. By Robert Underwood Johnson and Clarence Clough Buel, In Four Volumes
 
A Boy's Experience in the Civil War, 1860-1865
By Thomas Hughes, Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1904 by THOMAS HUGHES, the author, in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington.
 
Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee
By Captain Robert E. Lee, His Son.
 
Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of the War between the States, By Lt. Gen. Jubal Anderson Early (CSA), Philadelphia; London, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1912
 
Humorous Incidents of the Civil War:
The Experience of a Young Private Confederate Soldier, By A. C. McLeary
 
Preparing For The Prodigal Sons: The Development Of The Union Desertion Policy During The Civil War.
Civil War History, June, 1999 by Mark A. Weitz.
 
The Capture Of Jefferson Davis
By Henry Harnden, Published 1899
 
The American Civil War Overview
Epic Battles Of the Civil War, 1861-1865 (InfoConcepts, Inc) by Curtis M. Jingle, Michael R. Brasher, and Warren Von Worley.
 
The Scouts of Stonewall
Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander) (1862-1919) FICTION
 
The Star of Gettysburg
Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander) (1862-1919) FICTION.
 
With Lee in Virginia: a story of the American Civil War
Henty, G. A. (George Alfred) (1832-1902) FICTION
 
The Red Acorn
McElroy, John FICTION.
 
Railroad Generalship: Foundations of Civil War Strategy
By Dr. Christopher R. Gabel, U.S. Army command and General Staff College's Combat Studies Institute
 
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Fields Of Conflict -- The American Civil War

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