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America's Hallowed Ground: A Personal Battlefield Journal

Price: $4.50

    It is the mission of the American Battlefield Trust to preserve America’s hallowed battlegrounds and educate the public about what happened there, and why it matters. America’s Hallowed Ground: A...

    It is the mission of the American Battlefield Trust to preserve America’s hallowed battlegrounds and educate the public about what happened there, and why it matters. America’s Hallowed Ground: A Personal Battlefield Journal features 20 “must see” battlefields from the Civil War, the War of 1812, and the American Revolutionary War. Use your personal journal to check off the battlefields you’ve visited and to make plans to see the others. Share your experiences with family and friends and the...

    Battle Maps of the American Revolution

    Price: $19.95

      For the first time in book form, we have collected the maps of some of the most iconic battles of the Revolutionary War. Follow the course of the war, from Lexington & Concord to the British...

      For the first time in book form, we have collected the maps of some of the most iconic battles of the Revolutionary War. Follow the course of the war, from Lexington & Concord to the British surrender at Yorktown, utilizing this unparalleled collection of maps of the major actions of the American Revolution. Featuring 120 pages with 65 full-color, highly detailed maps and expert battle commentary, this volume makes a great addition any battlefield enthusiast's bookshelf. The American...

      Battle Maps of the Civil War: The Eastern Theater

      Price: $19.95

        “I just love those maps that you guys send to me.” It is a sentiment that we hear often, referencing one of our cornerstone initiatives — a quest to accurately and dynamically map the battlefields...

        “I just love those maps that you guys send to me.” It is a sentiment that we hear often, referencing one of our cornerstone initiatives — a quest to accurately and dynamically map the battlefields of the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and the American Civil War. The American Battlefield Trust and its members have preserved more than 54,000 acres of battlefield land across 150 battlefields, in 24 states. Other than physically walking across the hallowed ground that we have saved together, the...

        Battle Maps of the Civil War: The Western Theater

        Price: $19.95

          Our new Civil War map collection is here! Battlefield Maps of the Civil War: The Western Theater brings together the Trust's maps of iconic battles of the Civil War’s Western Theater into a single...

          Our new Civil War map collection is here! Battlefield Maps of the Civil War: The Western Theater brings together the Trust's maps of iconic battles of the Civil War’s Western Theater into a single volume. Follow the major action of the "War in the West" as it unfolded using this unparalleled collection of maps. Featuring 112 pages of 70+ full-color, highly detailed maps and expert battle commentary, this volume makes a great addition any battlefield enthusiast's bookshelf. Together, we've...

          Brandy Station 1863: First Step Towards Gettysburg

          Price: $21.95

            The road to Gettysburg began at Brandy Station on June 9, 1863 during the American Civil War (1861-1865). However, the cavalry clash in Culpeper County, Virginia, counts for more than just the...

            The road to Gettysburg began at Brandy Station on June 9, 1863 during the American Civil War (1861-1865). However, the cavalry clash in Culpeper County, Virginia, counts for more than just the opening round of Lee's second invasion of the North. The battle showed both sides that the Federal cavalry had now come of age, that Blue and Gray horsemen were now equal in ability. Early in the morning on June 9, Pleasanton launched his men, split into two divisions, across the Rappahannock at...

            Brandywine: A Military History of the Battle that Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, September 11, 1777

            Price: $22.95

              Brandywine: A Military History of the Battle that Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, September 11, 1777 by Michael C. Harris is the first full-length study of this pivotal engagement based upon...

              Brandywine: A Military History of the Battle that Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, September 11, 1777 by Michael C. Harris is the first full-length study of this pivotal engagement based upon primary source materials and a complete understanding of the battlefield's topography. The campaign pitted Gen. Sir WIlliam Home against Gen. George Washington's army in one of the the largest battles of the war. The bitter fighting on Birmingham Hill drove the Americans from the field, but their...

              Civil War Weapons and Equipment

              Price: $29.95

                The American Civil War remains the country's national epic, having changed the fledgling "Union" into the "United States." The scars of that devastating internecine conflict have long since...

                The American Civil War remains the country's national epic, having changed the fledgling "Union" into the "United States." The scars of that devastating internecine conflict have long since disappeared, but there remains a seemingly insatiable desire to learn more of the circumstances and the detail of the war. This beautifully illustrated book provides that detail, particularly in regard to the tactical deployment of forces in the field and the fighting methods employed by the infantry,...

                Decisions at Stones River

                Price: $29.95

                  “Decisions at Stones River: The Sixteen Critical Decisions That Defined the Battle” introduces readers to critical decisions made by Confederate and Union commanders. Matt Spruill and Lee Spruill...

                  “Decisions at Stones River: The Sixteen Critical Decisions That Defined the Battle” introduces readers to critical decisions made by Confederate and Union commanders. Matt Spruill and Lee Spruill examine the decisions that shaped the way the campaign and battle unfolded. Rather than offering a history of the Battle of Stones River, the Spruills focus on the critical decisions, those decisions that had a major impact on both Federal and Confederate forces in shaping the progression of the...

                  Decisions of the 1862 Kentucky Campaign

                  Price: $29.95

                    Intended for a general readership, “Decisions of the 1862 Kentucky Campaign: The Twenty-Seven Critical Decisions That Defined the Operation” by Lawrence K. Peterson introduces readers to critical...

                    Intended for a general readership, “Decisions of the 1862 Kentucky Campaign: The Twenty-Seven Critical Decisions That Defined the Operation” by Lawrence K. Peterson introduces readers to critical decisions made by both Union and Confederate commanders who faced harrowing situations and attempted to achieve strategic and tactical victories. Like the other books in the University of Tennessee Press’s Command Decisions in America’s Civil War series, this manuscript contains maps, photographs, and...

                    Fighting the Second Civil War

                    Price: $17.95

                      The story of how private citizens headlined the efforts to preserve American Civil War Battlefields. Over the course of thirty years, a good idea and hard work of dedicated history lovers evolved...

                      The story of how private citizens headlined the efforts to preserve American Civil War Battlefields. Over the course of thirty years, a good idea and hard work of dedicated history lovers evolved into a movement that has saved more than 45,000 acres of historical land from developers — more than 70 square mile of American Revolutionary, War of 1812 and Civil War battlefields. Fighting the Second Civil War: A History of Battlefield Preservation and the Emergence of the Civil War Trust, by Bob...

                      Generals South, Generals North: The Commanders of the Civil War Reconsidered

                      Price: $17.95

                        By the time the Civil War was over, 583 generals had served in the Union army and 572 in the Confederate army. A few were brilliant. Many should never have held command. But others learned on the...

                        By the time the Civil War was over, 583 generals had served in the Union army and 572 in the Confederate army. A few were brilliant. Many should never have held command. But others learned on the job and did their utmost—or even gave their utmost. All were faced with a mission daunting beyond our ability to imagine. They commanded regiments, brigades, divisions, corps, and armies bigger than any ever before fielded on the North American continent. Both sides started practically from scratch,...

                        Gettysburg: The Last Invasion

                        Price: $15.95

                          The Battle of Gettysburg has been written about at length and thoroughly dissected in terms of strategic importance, but never before has a book taken readers so close to the experience of the...

                          The Battle of Gettysburg has been written about at length and thoroughly dissected in terms of strategic importance, but never before has a book taken readers so close to the experience of the individual soldier. Two-time Lincoln Prize winner Allen C. Guelzo shows us the face, the sights and the sounds of nineteenth-century combat: the stone walls and gunpowder clouds of Pickett’s Charge; the reason that the Army of Northern Virginia could be smelled before it could be seen; the march of...