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1 Henry, Robert Selph w/foreword by Wiley, Bell Irvin "First With The Most" Forrest
Jackson, TN McCowat-Mercer Press, Inc. 1969 Reprint Hard Cover Very Good  No Jacket Illustrations & Maps 
558 pp, red cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering. He enlisted in the army, he was a middle-aged, quiet-spoken businessman who had earned a fortune. He bought and sold slaves as a business man. This is the story of a man without formal or military training, whose rose from a private in the Confederate army to a Lieutenant General of Cavalry. He had a gift for strategy and whose instinctive perception of the importance of care, feeding & supply of men and horses. After the war he was elected head of the Ku Klux Klan. some foxing to the edges, small chips to dj corners.  
Price: 33.95 USD
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2 Fletcher, William Andrew w/preface by Wiley, Bell Irvin Rebel Private: Front and Rear
Austin, TX University of Texas Press 1954 First Thus Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Ex-Library Illustrated 
xviii, 162 pp, grey cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine. After war was declared, Fletcher enlists in the 5th Texas Infantry. He was in the Seven Days' Battle before Richmond, Battle of Second Mananssas, Battle of Fredericksburg, Battle of Gettysburg, and Chickamauga. He was wounded in the foot at the Battle of Chickamauga. He was transferred to 8th Texas Cavalry, "Terry's Texas Rangers", in 1864. He was captured near Rome, Georgia and put in prison at Chattanooga, and later escaped. Howe F194. Best personal narrative by a confederate private. This is a reprint of 1908. most of the first edition destroyed by fire. This is the first printing by UT Press. Stamped on FPD for Texas Memorial Museum and tape remnants on spine are only library markings. 
Price: 40.38 USD
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3 Wiley, Bell Irvin The Road to Appomattox
Memphis, TN Memphis State College Press 1956 Hard Cover Very Good-  Good+ Photos & Maps 
x, 121 pp, light blu cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine, dj white-brown-black-orange w/pictorial front panel and orange spinte w/black lettering. The author sketches the course of the Confederacy's decline and reappraises the influences leading to its defeat. He points out the internal influences that impeded the South's effort to establish its independence. some foxing to the endpapers and the jacket w/some finish chipping on the dj spine.  
Price: 18.95 USD
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