The Battle of Lewisburg, now available

The Battle of Lewisburg, by Richard L. Armstrong, is now available from 35th Star Publishing. The early morning hours of May 23, 1862 brought the horror of war to the residents of the small, mountain town of Lewisburg, Virginia (now West Virginia). A brigade of Union...

Now Available: The Battle of Charleston

The Battle of Charleston, and the 1862 Kanawha Valley Campaign by Terry Lowry The Battle of Charleston (West Virginia), fought September 13, 1862, between the Confederate forces of Gen. William Wing Loring and the Federal command of Col. Joseph Andrew Jackson...

Pocahontas Times Review of Captain Edgar Reminiscences

The Pocahontas Times has published a review of My Reminiscences of the Civil War with the Stonewall Brigade and the Immortal 600.  These memoirs were written by Captain Alfred Mallory Edgar of the Confederate 27th Virginia Infantry.  Edgar was a native of Greenbrier...

Reminiscences of a Confederate Captain from Greenbrier County

Now available from 35th Star Publishing of Charleston. My Reminiscences of the Civil War with the Stonewall Brigade and the Immortal 600 by Captain Alfred Mallory Edgar 27th Virginia Infantry, CSA Alfred Mallory Edgar was born on July 10, 1837, in Greenbrier County,...

Reprint of 12th West Virginia Infantry regimental

History of the 12th West Virginia Volunteer Infantry by William Hewitt Includes: The Story of Andersonville and Florence by James N. Miller Contents: The regimental history of the unit originally published in 1892 The Story of Andersonville and Florence by prisoner of...