Bullets / Cartridges
A Handbook of
Civil War Bullets & Cartridges
By James E.
Thomas, Dean S. Thomas
68 pages, 5.5 x
8.5, Softcover, $12.00
bullets, cartridges and their manufacturers for collectors. Clear, full-size
photos and measurements are included for each specimen. This book is the right
size to easily carry at shows and is perfect as a guide and checklist to build a
The Wheatfield at Gettysburg, A Walking Tour
By Jay Jorgensen
80 pages, 5.5 x
8.5, Softcover, $45.00
tour explains one of the most confusing portions of the Battle of
Gettysburg -- the fighting in and around the Wheatfield on July 2.
Enjoy a walk through the scenic battlefield, view the sculpture on the
monuments, and get a feel for the see-saw struggle for the Wheatfield.
Twenty-two stops and seven Excursions let you personally visit the
significant sites around the famous Wheatfield at Gettysburg!
Out of print for many years. Prices for this book on Amazon and Abebooks start at well over $100 -- check it out!
* 2 COPIES AVAILABLE *
The Fourth Division (in World War 1)
By C. Bach & H. Hall
Approx. 380 pages, 6 x 9, clothcover, $20.00
History for the Fourth Infantry Division during World War 1.
Good condition overall, some separation of first and last pages from
inside covers. Loose maps that once accompanied book are long
gone. Great unit history for a hard fighting infantry division in
The Civil War Diary of General Josiah Gorgas
Edited by Frank E. Vandiver
Hardcover, 5.5 x
8.5, 220 pages, $40.00
* ONLY 1 COPY AVAILABLE *
Published by the
University of Alabama Press in 1947. Used copy with old book
plate on inside front cover. Book is in very good condition. Josiah
Gorgas was the Chief of Ordnance for the Confederate Army during the
Civil War. The contents is less about his daily routines in relation to
Confederate ordnance as it is a record of what was going on around him
in Richmond and throughout the Confederacy at large.
Confederate Arsenals, Laboratories, and Ordnance Depots.
By Dean S. Thomas
8.5 x 11, Hardcover, SALE $75.00/set
Vol. 1 – Alexandria, LA to Fayetteville, NC, 400 p.
Vol. 2 – Fort Brown, TX to New Iberia, LA, 424 p.
Vol. 3 – New Orleans, LA to Winchester, VA, 424 p.
Confederate Arsenals, Laboratories, and Ordnance Depots is essentially the continuing Parts Five, Six, and Seven of Round Ball to Rimfire;
however, although it does continue the history of Civil War small arms
ammunition, it actually is more what we have titled it, a study of the
fifty-six facilities that produced bullets and cartridges used by the
The First Day
By James E.
Softcover, 5.5 x
8.5, 80 pages, $9.95
A walking tour
(actually three) that cover the entire first day of the battlefield. Each
includes many stops along the traditional avenues and optional excursions to
remote sites off the beaten trail. Take the time to walk the battlefield! It is
good exercise, and if you have to exercise, you might as well do it on a Civil
War battlefield. The monuments
and the landscape will reveal many secrets to those taking the time to