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Illustrated History of the Civil War, in Three Volumes: Arms and Equipment of The Confederacy; Arms and Equipment of The Union; Illustrated Atlas of The Civil War (Echoes of Glory)

By: Editors of Time-Life Books

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Time-Life Books: 1998

Edition: 1st Printing

Seller ID: 2266645

ISBN: 0737031573

Condition: Near Fine


First printings of each volume. Includes publisher's slipcase. Minimal wear to corners. 1998 Large Softcover. We have more books available by this author!. Three paperback volumes in publisher's slipcase. Includes: Arms and Equipment of The Confederacy; Arms and Equipment of The Union; Illustrated Atlas of The Civil War - all part of Time-Life's Echoes of Glory series. Numerous color photographs of equipment, reproductions of historical illustrations and photographs, maps. View more info

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Illustrated Atlas of the Civil War (Echoes of Glory Series)

By: Editors of Time-Life Books

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Time-Life: 1991

Seller ID: 2277986

ISBN: 0809488582

Condition: Very Good


Ink gift note on front endpaper, rear board lightly rubbed. 1991 Large Hardcover. We have more books available by this author!. 320 pp. This volume covers the Civil War on the Eastern Front, the Western Theater, the Coastal War, and the Far West, and includes numerous black-and-white photographs, color illustrations and maps. View more info

Image for The Civil War: A Narrative, in Fourteen [14] Volumes: Secession to Fort Henry; Fort Donelson to Memphis; Yorktown to Cedar Mountain; Second Manassas to Pocotaligo; Fredericksburg to Steel Bayou; Charleston Harbor to Vicksburg; Gettysburg to Draft Riots; Tullahoma to Missionary Ridge; Mine Run to Meridian; Red River to Spotsylvania; Yellow Tavern to Cold Harbor; James Crossing to Johnsonville; Petersburg Siege to Bentonville; Fort Stedman to Reconstruction

The Civil War: A Narrative, in Fourteen [14] Volumes: Secession to Fort Henry; Fort Donelson to Memphis; Yorktown to Cedar Mountain; Second Manassas to Pocotaligo; Fredericksburg to Steel Bayou; Charleston Harbor to Vicksburg; Gettysburg to Draft Riots; Tullahoma to Missionary Ridge; Mine Run to Meridian; Red River to Spotsylvania; Yellow Tavern to Cold Harbor; James Crossing to Johnsonville; Petersburg Siege to Bentonville; Fort Stedman to Reconstruction

By: Foote, Shelby; Editors of Time-Life Books

Price: $275.00

Publisher: Time-Life Books: 2006

Seller ID: 2279308

Condition: Near Fine


Reprints of the 40th anniversary edition. Minor sticker remnants on rear jacket panel of a few volumes. 2006 Hard Cover. Foote's authoritative account of the American Civil War, reissued in a fourteen-volume anniversary edition, with period photographs, sketches, paintings, engravings, and maps included for the first time. ABOUT THE AUTHOR; Shelby Dade Foote, Jr. (November 17, 1916 – June 27, 2005) was an American historian and novelist who wrote The Civil War: A Narrative, a massive, three-volume history of the war. With geographic and cultural roots in the Mississippi Delta, Foote's life a... View more info

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Lincoln: An Intimate Portrait (Life)

By: Time-Life Books

Price: $135.00

Publisher: Life Books / Easton Press: 2014

Seller ID: 2144477

ISBN: 1618930729

Condition: Fine


This copy specially bound by Easton Press. 2014 Full-Leather. 256 pp. Black full leather, photographic plate mounted on front board, gilt titles & decorations, all edges gilt, silk moire endpapers, gold ribbon marker bound in. On the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's assassination, the editors of Life bring readers everything that has been left to us from the life of one of history's most iconic figures. His pictures, actions, words in his speeches and his private letters are analyzed and pointed inward toward the person, to help us understand the man: the heart and soul of the man. This ... View more info