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Books on the Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley

Opequon Chruch on Kerntstown Battlefield

CAMP.GEN.JACKSON IN SHENANDOAH VALLEY (CLOTH) by ALLAN, WILLIAM Printed on acid-free paper, bound in real cloth, with Confederate flags stamped on the cover. This is a primary source for information in the war in the Shenandoah Valley. Color maps by Jed Hotchkiss as in the original edition. 175 pp., maps. $24.95

The Battle of Crampton Gap $40.00

The Burning, Destruction of the Shenandoah Valley by John Heatwole Without a doubt the finest history of this painful era in the history of the Shenandoah Valley. Heatwole gives a fire by fire description of General Sheridan’s destruction of the “breadbasket of the Confederacy” 288 pp., cloth. $29.95

SHENANDOAH COUNTY IN THE CIVIL WAR by KLEESE , Richard 177 photos, maps, cloth. $25.00

SHERIDAN IN THE SHENANDOAH (PAPER)by STACKPOLE, EDWARD J. 413 pp., illus., paperback. $14.95

The Painful News I Have to Write
(CLOTH)by JESSUP, HARLAN Letters and Diaries of Four Hite Brothers of age County. Stonewall Brigade: The Army of Northern Virginia Series. 213 pp., maps, photo, dj, hardback. $25.00

A HISTORY OF THE LAUREL BRIGADE (CLOTH) by MCDONALD, WILLIAM N. (CAPT.) Originally the Ashby Cavalry. 530 pp., 35 photos, muster rolls of 7th, 11th, 12th & 35th Virginia Cavalry units and Chew’s Battery, cloth. $35.00

WAR IN SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA CLOTH by WALKER, Gary, great comprehensive history of this little-known part of the war. cloth. $28.95

HUNTER’S FIERY RAID By Walker, Gary. Complete story of “Black Dave’s” Hunter’s raid through the Shenandaoh Valley in the summer of 1864, with the history of the battle of the Peidmont And the death of General “Grumble” Jones.

FROM WINCHESTER TO CEDAR CREEK Wert, Jeffrey D. FROM WINCHESTER TO CEDAR CREEK, The Shenandoah Campaign of 1864.336p., 31 b/w photos, 9 maps, DJ. Assembled from regimental histories as well as diaries, letters, and memoirs from men of both Union and Confederate armies, this is a stirring account of the final and decisive Shenandoah Valley campaign. Cloth, $29.95

DEFENDER OF THE VALLEY; BRIG GENERAL JOHN D. IMBODEN, Woodward, Jr., Harold 200pp DJ HB 1996 Singled out by Jackson and Lee as one who never offered less than his best, even after the war, Imboden fought fiercely to protect his native Shenandoah Valley from exploitation. 1st Biography of this General. $25.00

HANGING ROCK REBEL Lt. John Blue's War In West Virginia And The Shanendoah Valley by Blue, Oates, (ed) Dan 1994 324p The experiences of Lt. John Blue begin at the very onset of the CW, May of ‘61, and span the length of America’s greatest conflict on her home soil. While many soldiers claim to have "rode with Stonewall" the account in this book will leave little doubt that Blue, while assigned as a courier, watched the Battle of Cedar Mt. with legendary "Stonewall" Jackson. $25.00

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