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19th Century

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1 The Political Work of Northern Women Writers and the Civil War, 1850-1872 (Ci...
0807848859 / 9780807848852 New 
Paperback This is a new trade paperback. Crisp and clean inside and out. Ships USPS mail with free delivery confirmation. Arrives bubble wrapped from small bookstore. We love our books and want you to love them too!! Thank you for looking 
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That Dark and Bloody River, Allan W. Eckert
2 Allan W. Eckert That Dark and Bloody River
1995 Bantam Books 0553094483 / 9780553094480 Hardcover As New As New 
This is a new shelf kept hardcover with dust jacket. 1995 Bantam Books. Highly collectable out of print history. This copy is crisp and clean as new. Only a hint of shelf wear from display. Illustrated maps inside front and back endpapers. From New York to North Carolina, from the outpost at Fort Pitt across the untracked wilderness and into the heartland of a new world, one great river dominated the destiny of a people and a land. Along the Ohio River a new nation would take root. But, in an age of discovery, exploration, and conquest, its pristine waters would fall under an ominous shadow - that of sudden violence and savage death. This book is an epic historical narrative of that time and place. 
Price: 89.00 USD
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Into the Far Wild Country  True Tales of the Old Southwest, George Wythe Baylor
3 George Wythe Baylor Into the Far Wild Country True Tales of the Old Southwest
Texas Western Press 1996 0874042372 / 9780874042375 Hardcover As New Very Good + 
This is a new hardcover with dust jacket. Crisp and clean inside with clean shiny jacket. Only a hint of shelf wear to jacket bottom edge from display. From 1899 to 1906, the author, Colonel Baylor, wrote 52 articles for the El Paso Daily Herald. They varied from accounts of the Civil War in El Paso, to fights with the Comanches in North Texas, and life in the Gold Rush fields. This book is a collection of the historic writings of so many events in the Southwest. It includes extensive annotations and a lengthy bio introduction. It provides a rare glimpse into the Civil War west of the Mississippi as well as the violent Texas frontier. 
Price: 18.95 USD
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Murder & Mayhem   on Ohio Rails, Jane Ann Turzillo
4 Jane Ann Turzillo Murder & Mayhem on Ohio Rails
History Press 2014 162619260X / 9781626192607 Paperback New 
This is a new paperback. History of true crime along the Ohio railways. You will ride the Ohio railroads with some of they bravest railmen and the most vicious killers and robbers in this book. Many stories fill the pages of robberies and robbers, small towns and the brave railmen who traveled amongst them. 
Price: 9.95 USD
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My Bloody Thoughts   The Bitter Rivalry Between Edwin and John Wilkes Booth that led to an American Tragedy, Nora Titone
5 Nora Titone My Bloody Thoughts The Bitter Rivalry Between Edwin and John Wilkes Booth that led to an American Tragedy
Free Press 2010 1416586059 / 9781416586050 Hardcover New New 
This is a new hardcover with dust jacket. The story of Booth killing Lincoln, a lunatic enraged by the Union Victory and black citizenship, is well known. Who Booth really was is less known. The magnitude of his crime has obscured for generations a startling personal story that was integral to his motivation. This historical account is a sweeping family saga. The author, young historian Nora Titone, has uncovered a hidden history that reveals new reasons Booth became the nation's more notorious assassin. It is also a panoramic tour of the 19th century from Baltimore to California. The book examines for the first time why Booth decided to conspire against Lincoln, and sets that decision in the context of a bitterly divided family. 
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Captain Charles Rawn and the Frontier Infantry in Montana, Robert M. Brown PhD
6 Robert M. Brown PhD Captain Charles Rawn and the Frontier Infantry in Montana
History Press 2016 1626199868 / 9781626199866 Paperback New 
This is a new paperback from History Press. Stationed in Montana during the height of the Indian Wars, Charles Rown proved an unlikely hero and an indispensable leader. He took command at the Battle of Pryor's Creek, saving 400 soldiers from possible annihilation at the hands to 1,000 Sioux. He commanded Fort Missoula and led 35 soldiers and 200 volunteers in an attempt to halt 850 Nez Perce warriors. The author catalogues the career of this outstanding officer and the transformation of the frontier army from a Civil War legacy into an elite fighting force. 
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Spy Wars;  Moles, Mysteries, and Deadly Games, Tennent H. Bagley
7 Tennent H. Bagley Spy Wars; Moles, Mysteries, and Deadly Games
Yale University Press 2007 0300121989 / 9780300121988 Hardcover New New 
New hardcover. Former CIA chief of Soviet counterintelligence breaks open the mysterious case of KGB officer Yuri Nosenko's 1964 defection to the United States. As a supervisor of CIA operations against the KGB at the time, the author directly handled Nosenko's case. This insider knowledge, combined with interviews with former adversaries and others, places the author in a unique position. He unveils not only the KGB's history of merciless and bloody betrayals but also the existence of undiscovered traitors in the American camp. Sheds new light on the CIA-KGB spy wars. History at its finest. 
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Patriotic Fire  Andrew Jackson and Jean Laffite at the Battle of New Orleans, Winston Groom
8 Winston Groom Patriotic Fire Andrew Jackson and Jean Laffite at the Battle of New Orleans
Knopf Publishing 2006 1400044367 / 9781400044368 Hardcover New New 
This is a new hardcover with dust jacket. Unknown to the combatants, the War of 1812 has ended. Andrew Jackson is an American General, sick and commanding a beleaguered garrison, leads a desperate struggle to hold onto the city of New Orleans. Helping him is a devilish French pirate, Jean Laffite, who refuses a bribe from the British and helps Jackson save the city. The author illuminates the brilliant strategies of Jackson and Laffite against the backdrop of New Orleans. 
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