Books - Back Issues
Lost 'n' Found --- recent finds in the field
Brown Thread: A Civil War Myth by Earl J. Coates
A More Enduring Victory: USS Cairo by J. Frank McAneny
The Carved Bullet: A Soldier's Art Form by Ken M. Coryell
The Impact of Embalming on the Civil War by Anthony M. Nicastro
Hayden & Whilden, Charleston, South Carolina by Cecil W. Anderson
Personal Items for the Soldier Who Had Everything by Mike Woshner
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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