Civil War Books

This page last updated - 15 April 2015

Civil War Unit Histories

John F. Walter
Department E
79-13 67 Drive
Middle Village, New York 11379
Phone (718) 894-3164

Histories of every Civil War unit, Union and Confederate are available for $15.00 a unit. More than 7,500 units available. Each history contains organizational data, higher command assignments, engagement lists, maps and much more.

"Confederate Pensioners of Kentucky"
"Confederate Soldiers of Kentucky"
Steve Lynn
713 Pinnacle Court
Lexington, KY 40515
(859) 272-8692

A History of the 6th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry U.S.: The Boys Who Feared No Noise "
by Joseph R. Reinhart

The book is 6"x9", hardcover, 489 pages, including 17 regional maps, 11 battle maps, 41 photos and engravings, a full roster with brief service information for each member, notes, bibliography, and index. ISBN 0-9702240-0-1.

The price is $34.95 plus $2.95 for shipping. KY residents add 6% ($2.10) sales tax. Make checks and money orders to Beargrass Press and send to Beargrass Press, 8420 Oxford Woods Court, Louisville, KY 40222. For autographed copy, include the inscription you would like, such as  " To (name), with best wishes."           Please contact the author for any additional information:  Joseph R.Reinhart

Miscellaneous Links to Books on the Civil War

Abe Books

Andersonville CD-ROM

The Avid Reader

The Bushwacker Bookseller

"Call To Glory, The Life & Times of a Texas Ranger" - This is a true story of a southern soldier from Texas who served in the Confederate Army from Texas (28th TX CAV). He was also a Texas Ranger before and after the war.

Pension Applications of the Veterans & Widows 1912 - 1946 by Stephen D. Lynn

John Jay Dickey Diary - contains some family histories of KY soldiers

The Encyclopedia of Quantrill's Guerrillas

Gettysburg - The First Day by Harry W. Pfanz

Last Words of the Civil War - The Dramatic Deaths and Last Words of 400 Civil War Participants

The Longest Raid of the Civil War - The true story about Morganís most famous raid.

A History of the 6th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry U.S.: The Boys Who Feared No Noise" - by Joseph R.Reinhart

McDowell Publications, Genealogy & History & Publishing Services
- Adjutant General Reports for the Confederacy and Union in Kentucky - 4 volume set

Morningside Books

Olde Soldier Books

"The Partisan Rangers of the Confederate States Army" 
by General Adam R. Johnson
Written in the 1900's. Contains a good history of the 15th Kentucky Cavalry (Chenoweth's Cavalry).
Available at Barnes & Noble and

Powell's Books

Shiloh Stories: Fact, Fiction, & Folklore from the Battle of Shiloh by Tony Hays


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