Observing Hancock at Gettysburg, The General’s Leadership through Eyewitness Accounts – By Paul E. Bretzger


BK183  |  $ 29.95 

Understanding Hancock's pivotal actions at Gettysburg is essential to understanding the battle itself. This book covers his life and military career and considers the personal qualities that made him a preeminent figure in the greatest battle of the Civil War.

Brandywine : A Military History of the Battle that Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, September 11, 1777

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BK161  |  $ 34.95 

Brandy wine was a pivotal episode in the Revolutionary War, ittle has been written about this campaign. Michael Harris has filled the void with this impressive interpretation of the battle.

History of the 51st Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers - by Thomas H. Parker

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BK149  |  $ 40.00

History of the 51st Regiment of Pennsylvania volunteers from its organization at Camp Curtin, Harrisburg Pa in 1861 to it’s being mustered out of the United States Service at Alexandria Va, July 27th, 1865.

Private Yankee Doodle - by Joseph Plumb Martin (Author), George E. Scheer (Editor)

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BK086  |  $ 4.95

Joseph Plumb Martin -- "Private Yankee Doodle" – Being a Narrative of some of the Adventures, dangers and suffering of a Revolutionary Soldier, recreates as no one else has ever done the daily life of the Revolutionary soldier.

A Guide to the battles of the American Revolution – by Theodore P. Savas and J. David Dameron

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BK188  |  $ 19.95

A Guide to the Battles of the American Revolution is the first comprehensive account of every engagement of the Revolution, a war that began with a brief skirmish at Lexington Green on April 19, 1775, and concluded beyond the Appalachian Mountains in April 1783.

The Philadelphia Campaign – Volume II – Germantown and the Roads to Valley Forge – by Thomas J. McGuire

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BK085  |  $ 34.95

This is the second book in a 2 volume set on the 1777 campaign of the American Revolution. This book follows the saga from Cornwallis’s triumphal march of his British and Hessian troops into Philadelphia to Washington’s movement of the weary Continental forces to camp at Valley Forge.