Books - Back Issues
Vol. 4 No. 1
Lost 'n' Found --- recent finds in the field
Chancellorsville History Relived by Tom Young & Liane Cox
Maker Unknown: Presumed Confederate by James P. Sinor
Woman Warrior by Beverly Swerdlow Brown
Confederate Officer's Saddle by Anthony Tafel
An Unusual Percussion Cap Accoutrement by T. Sherman Harding
The Search for Pvt. Harrington by Jan K. Herman
Autographed by the first editor (who is also the current publisher) if desired --- no charge.
Note: Each group image represents a volume of the magazine so that you can see each volume intact. Issue numbers 1, 2, and 3 are across the top, and numbers 4, 5, and 6 are beneath it.
Price may be slightly reduced for worn copies in stock. Remember: Some of these issues are more than 30 years old!
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