Gate of Hell: Campaign for Charleston Harbor, 1863 Study of the Union's
Campaign for Charleston. The many attacks the Union attempted that summer to capture the cradle of the Confederacy. Overview of the campaign, focusing on the relationships between the Army and the Navy of the United States
Fort Sumter Charleston Harbor, Morris Island Civil War South Carolina
Principal Commanders: Major General Quincy Gillmore [US]; General P.G.T. Beauregard [CS]
Forces Engaged: Morris Island Batteries [US]; Fort Sumter Garrison
Estimated Casualties: Unknown
The Civil War on Hatteras Island North Carolina New light
on the experiences of Civil War soldiers stationed on the Outer Banks. It follows the crucial maritime battles along the Outer Banks and the famous Burnsides Expedition. Aa fascinating history of how one of America's most treasured islands played a significant part in the Civil War
Standard Catalog of Civil War Firearms Over 700 photographs and a rarity scale
for each gun, this comprehensive guide to the thousands of weapons used by Billy Yank and Johnny Reb will be indispensable for historians and collectors.
Secessionville: Assault On Charleston 1862 The Union
forces led by General David Hunter attempted to capture the city of Charleston, by landing troops on James Island. All the movements on both sides focusing on the high commands of both armies the common soldiers who bore the brunt of the fighting
The Perfect Steel Trap Harpers Ferry 1859 Eye-witness accounts of the John Brown insurrection from people like Lee, Brown's family, and ordinary citizens. The information has been gathered by two of the raiders who escaped and live to tell about it Owen Brown and Osborne Anderson. The preparations, the raid, the trials, the executions and the aftermath of the event
Sources: U.S. National Park Service U.S. Library of Congress.