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"Stonewall" Jackson: His Campaigns and Battles


By James H. Wood. The Confederate Reprint Company, [1910] 2016. Paperback; 125 pages....see more

$9.99
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by James H. Wood
originally published in 1910
reprinted in 2016by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 153 pages

The author recounts his military experiences serving as a private, and later captain, under the famous Confederate chieftain, Lieut.-Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson. His memoirs commence with his enrollment at the Virginia Military Institute in 1860, his enlistment in the 37th Virginia Infantry Regiment, his participation in many of the leading Eastern battles, such as Cold Harbor, Sharpsburg (Antietam), and Gettysburg, and his capture and subsequent prison life at Point Lookout, Maryland. Also included as an appendix is a first-hand account of the opening engagement of the Battle of Chancellorsville, and the wounding and death of Jackson, written by his aide-de-camp, Capt. James Power Smith. Click HERE to view sample content. Buy 3 copies and save 20%! Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale for bulk discounts on this product. Shipping and Returns …

1861 to 1865: Personal Experiences in the Confederate Army


By Capt. James Dinkins. The Confederate Reprint Company (1897) 2015. Paperback; 245 pages....see more

$15.99
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by Capt. James Dinkins
originally published in 1897
reprinted in 2015 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 245 pages

This book contains the reminiscences of a former Confederate lieutenant who enlisted in Company C of the 18th Mississippi at the tender age of sixteen years and fought in nearly every major battle of the War Between the States. He provides detailed accounts of operations in north Mississippi and west Tennessee, and his recollection of cavalry service under General Nathan Bedford Forrest is of special interest. Click HERE to view sample content. …

1938 Gettysburg Blue and Gray Reunion photo print


This photograph of the 1938 Gettysburg Blue and Gray Reunion is printed on high-quality glossy 8" x 10" photo paper. Also available in 11" x 14"....see more

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This photograph of the 1938 Gettysburg Blue and Gray Reunion is printed on high-quality glossy 8" x 10" photo paper. Also available in 11" x 14". Select desired format below. …

1st Florida Infantry Regiment Battle Flag car magnet


5.5"x3.50" car magnet. Made of high quality weatherproof vinyl material. Easily installed and removed....see more

$5.49 This 5.5"x3.5" 1st Florida Infantry Regiment flag car magnet is made of high quality weather proof vinyl material. Easily installed and removed. A perfect bumper sticker alternative. This item is custom printed on demand. Please allow at least 10 business days for delivery. This item is best ordered as an add-on item due to minimum $3.50 shipping charge. Buy 3 and save 20%! Select the value pack option in the pull down menu below. Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale for more bulk discounts on this product. Shipping and Returns…

1st Florida Infantry Regiment Battle Flag premium bumper sticker


5.5"x3.5" bumper sticker printed with vivid colors on premium weather-proof vinyl material. Very durable and will not leave sticky residue when removed....see more

$3.99 This 5.5"x3.5" 1st Florida Infantry Regiment bumper sticker is printed with vivid colors on premium weatherproof vinyl material. Very durable and will not leave sticky residue when removed. This item is custom printed on demand. Please allow at least 10 business days for delivery. This item is best ordered as an add-on item due to minimum $3.50 shipping charge. Buy 3 and save 20%! Select the value pack option in the pull down menu below. Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale for more bulk discounts on this product. Shipping and Returns…

1st Missouri Regiment printed polyester flag


Made of quality 3'x5' 68-D printed polyester. Includes brass grommets and extra stitching on the fly-end for added durability....see more

$10.99 This 3'x5' printed Missouri battle flag is made of quality 68-D polyester and includes brass grommets and extra stitching on the fly-end for added durability. Buy 3 and save 20%! Select the value pack option in the pull down menu below. Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale for more bulk discounts on this product. Shipping and Returns…

28th North Carolina Infantry Regiment premium bumper sticker


3.5"x3.5" bumper sticker printed with vivid colors on premium weather-proof vinyl material. Very durable and will not leave sticky residue when removed....see more

$3.49 This 3.5"x3.5" 28th North Carolina Infantry Regiment bumper sticker is printed with vivid colors on premium weatherproof vinyl material. Very durable and will not leave sticky residue when removed. This item is best ordered as an add-on item due to minimum $3.50 shipping charge. Buy 3 and save 20%! Select the value pack option in the pull down menu below. Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale for more bulk discounts on this product. Shipping and Returns…

4th Virginia Infantry Battle Flag premium bumper sticker


3.5"x3.5" bumper sticker printed with vivid colors on premium weather-proof vinyl material. Very durable and will not leave sticky residue when removed....see more

$3.49 This 3.5"x3.5" 4th Virginia Infantry bumper sticker is printed with vivid colors on premium weatherproof vinyl material. Very durable and will not leave sticky residue when removed. This item is custom printed on demand. Please allow at least 10 business days for delivery. This item is best ordered as an add-on item due to minimum $3.50 shipping charge. Buy 3 and save 20%! Select the value pack option in the pull down menu below. Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale for more bulk discounts on this product. Shipping and Returns…

A Blockaded Family: Life in South Alabama During the Civil War


By Parthenia Antoinette Hague. The Confederate Reprint Company, [1888] 2014. Paperback; 125 pages....see more

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by Parthenia Antoinette Hague
originally published in 1888
reprinted in 2014 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 125 pages

This reminiscence of daily life on a Southern plantation during the War Between the States is filled with vivid details of everything from methods of making dyes and preparing foods to race relations and the effects of the conflict. The author provides an unusual and beautifully-written primary source of Southern life inside the Yankee blockade, told from a point of view that is noticeably different from most post-war accounts. Click HERE to view sample content. Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale for bulk discounts on this product. Shipping and Returns …

A Confederate Catechism


By Lyon Gardiner Tyler. The Confederate Reprint Company (1935) 2014. Paperback; 118 pages....see more

$7.99 by Lyon Gardiner Tyler
originally published in 1935
reprinted in 2014 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 118 pages This informative little booklet is laid out in a helpful question and answer format and offers concise, yet insightful, answers to frequently asked questions about the War Between the States. Every lover of Liberty should read this booklet and use it to “catechize” his children in the knowledge of the Southern Cause. Also included are two additional essays discussing the colonial history of Virginia and the influence of Northern propaganda on the writing of the history books. Click HERE to view sample content. Buy 3 copies and save 20%! Select the value pack option in the pull down menu below. Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale for more bulk discounts on this product. Shipping and Returns …

A Confederate Girl's Diary


By Sarah Morgan Dawson. The Confederate Reprint Company, [1913] 201. Paperback; 331 pages....see more

$20.99 Sarah Morgan Dawson
originally published in 1913
reprinted in 2014 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 331 pages The author, a native of Baton Rogue, Louisiana, records her experiences as a young lady living in the Confederacy during the War Between the States. The war divided her family when her eldest brother decided to remain loyal to the Union and three of her other brothers accepted positions in the Confederate Army. Her diary is filled with personal insights and emotion and is one of the more exceptional first-hand accounts of the war years of 1861-1865. Buy 3 copies and save 20%! Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale for more bulk discounts on this product. Shipping and Returns…

A Defence of Virginia and the South


By Robert Lewis Dabney. The Confederate Reprint Company (1867) 2015. Paperback; 274 pages....see more

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by Robert Lewis Dabney
originally Published in 1867
reprinted in 2015 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 274 pages

History revisionists have long insisted that the true cause of the War Between the States was the allegedly immoral system of Southern slavery. To the contrary, Dr. Dabney shows from Scripture that slavery, as practiced in the South, was not inherently wicked, as claimed by the Northern Abolitionists, but was recognized and regulated by God's Word, and that, while the wealth of New England was initially built almost exclusively from the "iniquitous traffick" of the African slave trade, the South, and Virginia in particular, was merely the unwilling recipients of the hapless Negroes who were landed on her shores in violation of first Colonial, then State law. This book will challenge everything you thought you knew about antebellum slavery. Click HERE to view sample content. …

A Girl's Life in Virginia Before the War


By Letitia M. Burwell. The Confederate Reprint Company (1895) 2014. Paperback; 175 pages....see more

$11.99 A Girl's Life in Virginia Before the War
by Letitia M. Burwell
originally published in 1895
reprinted in 2014 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 175 pages (illustrated) This book contains an engrossing eyewitness account of antebellum plantation life as it really was. The author, whose family had been in Virginia for over a century, offers a lively description of the relations between master and slave in response to the lies published in the North before, during, and after the War concerning the treatment of slaves in the South Click HERE to view sample content. Buy 3 copies and save 20%! Select the value pack option in the pull down menu below. Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale for more bulk discounts on this product. Shipping and Returns…

A Matter of Pride and Heritage no fade car tag


Made of high quality lightweight aluminum with fade proof sublimated artwork and high gloss weather resistant finish. Pre-drilled holes for quick and easy mounting. Individually shrink-wrapped. Made in the USA....see more

$10.99 This 12"x6" novelty license plate features a rustic Confederate Army of Tennessee battle flag with the words "A Matter of Pride and Heritage." Made of quality aluminum with fade proof sublimated artwork and a high gloss weather resistant finish. Lightweight and durable with pre-drilled holes for quick and easy mounting. Individually shrink-wrapped and proudly made in the USA. Buy 3 and save 20%! Select the value pack option in the pull down menu below. Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale for more bulk discounts on this product. Shipping and Returns…

A Rebel's Recollections


By George Cary Eggleston. The Confederate Reprint Company (1875) 2014. Paperback; 155 pages....see more

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by George Cary Eggleston
originally published in 1875
reprinted in 2014 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 155 pages

This memoir is a nostalgic and often amusing collection of essays based on the author's experiences during the War Between the States. Eggleston describes life in Virginia before the war, offers glowing assessments of the men who made up the Confederate army, satirizes the Confederacy's finances and its army's red tape, and recollects the war's end. He provides compelling portraits of his heroes from the war, lavishing praise on Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and especially J.E.B. Stuart. Click HERE to view sample content. …

A Southern View of the Invasion of the Southern States


By Samuel A'Court Ashe. The Confederate Reprint Company (1935) 2015. Paperback; 125 pages....see more

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by Samuel A'Court Ashe
originally published in 1935
reprinted in 2015 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 125 pages

Samuel A'Court Ashe was a Confederate infantry captain in the War Between the States and celebrated editor, historian, and North Carolina legislator. Prior to his death in 1938, he was the last surviving commissioned officer of the Confederate States Army. In this little book, he gives a helpful overview of such subjects as the slave trade and Southern slavery, State sovereignty, the causes of secession, Abraham Lincoln's violations of the Constitution and usurpation of power, and more. Click HERE to view sample content. Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale for bulk discounts on this product. Shipping and Returns …

A Tribute to Jefferson Davis


By Louisa Bouknight Poppenheim. The Confederate Reprint Company, [1896] 2017. Paperback, 69 pages....see more

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by Louisa Bouknight Poppenheim
originally published in 1896
reprinted in 2017 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 69 pages

Written by a member of the S.C. Division United Daughters of the Confederacy and the daughter of a Southern soldier, this booklet outlines the early military and later political career of the illustrious Confederate President. The author focuses on Davis' faithful adherence to principle over expediency throughout his public service and exonerates him from the accusations of cruelty to Northern prisoners during the late War Between the States. Several other Southern ladies offer their own personal recollections of Davis in the appendices. Click HERE to view sample content. …

A View of the Constitution of the United States of America


By William Rawle. The Confederate Reprint Company, [1829] 2015. Paperback; 318 pages....see more

$20.99 A View of the Constitution of the United States of America
by William Rawle
originally published in 1829
reprinted in 2015 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 318 pages

Written by a Philadelphia lawyer, this nearly-forgotten book is an excellent treatise on the federal Constitution and openly discusses and defends the right of a State to withdraw from the Union. Wrote Rawle, "It depends on the State itself to retain or abolish the principle of representation, because it depends on the State itself whether it continues a member of the Union.... The secession of a State from the Union depends on the will of the people." What is not widely known today by the advocates of an "indivisible Union" is that this book was used to teach cadets at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York from 1825 to 1826. Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale for bulk discounts on this product. Shipping and Returns…

A Voice From South Carolina: A Narrative of the Upstate


By John Adams Leland. The Confederate Reprint Company (1879) 2016. Paperback; 191 pages....see more

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by John Adams Leland
originally published in 1879
reprinted in 2016 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 191 pages The author, a Presbyterian ruling elder from South Carolina, gives here an eyewitness account of the political corruption and racial strife generated by profiteers from the North who seized control of the State government following the war. Leland, along with several other prominent citizens of the upstate, was arrested and falsely charged with "conspiracy and murder" for allegedly participating in the Laurens riot of October 20, 1870 which left several Blacks dead. This book includes the journal he kept during his incarceration, along with details of the massive financial fraud perpetuated on the State treasury during carpetbagger rule. Click HERE to view sample content. Visit The Rebel Shop - Wholesale
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A Woman's Wartime Journal


By Dolly Sumner Lunt. Cherokee Publishing Company (1927) 1994. Paperback; 118 pages....see more

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by Dolly Sumner Lunt
originally published in 1927
reprinted in 1994 by
Cherokee Publishing Company
paperback; 65 pages

In November of 1864, the left wing of W.T. Sherman's two-pronged "March to the Sea" swept through the community of Covington, Georgia. This little book gives an eyewitness account of the devastation of one widow's plantation by an invading army that she likened to "famished wolves." Buy 3 copies and save 20%! Shipping and Returns …

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