- Twilight at Little Round Top July 2, 1863--the Tide Turns at Gettysburg...
- On July 2nd, 1863, forces from the Confederacy’s Army of Northern Virginia and the Union’s Army of the Potomac clashed over the steep, rocky hill known as Little Round Top. This battle was one of the most brutal and devastating engagements of the American Civil War, and the North’s bloody… [ read more ]
- Ulysses Grant with Civil War Relic Framed Photograph
- With a framed Ulysses S Grant photo and relic, you can turn your average Civil War collection into a well respected collection of historic works. Complete with a Civil War bullet, the photo shows a young and vibrant military commander. The picture of Ulysses S. Grant represents a man with… [ read more ]
- Wild West Tech: Civil War In The West DVD
- Learn about the more than 2,000 Civil War engagements that took place west of the Mississippi. Probe the legends of the American frontier with an engineer's eye. Hosted by David Carradine. The ultimate look at the little known Western Front of the Civil War. [ read more ]
- 150th Anniversary Civil War Commemorative Stamp Collection
- Honor America's past with this 150th Anniversary Civil War Commemorative Stamp Collection. The collection begins by showcasing President Abraham Lincoln with a 1958, 4-cent Lincoln-Douglas Debate Stamp and a 1960, 25-cent Lincoln Air Mail Stamp. The Lincoln-Douglas Debates occurred in 1858… [ read more ]
- Battlefield Detectives DVD
- "An eye-opening documentary" —The Times (U.K.) "Clear, concise, and rich in detail" —The Sunday Times (U.K.) What explains the massacre at Waterloo? Why was Gallipoli such a disaster? What role did luck play at Hastings? Battlefield Detectives puts these and other famous battles under… [ read more ]
- Civil War Penny
- Imagine the history this U.S. coin has seen. It comes from the Civil War, the greatest conflict ever fought on American soil. The Indian Cent was minted from 1859 to 1909, and in this special collector's display, your penny will always have a mint year from 1861 to 1865, the years of the… [ read more ]
- Day Freedom Died The Colfax Massacre, The Supreme Court, and the Betrayal of...
- Following the Civil War, Colfax, Louisiana, was a town like many where African Americans and whites mingled uneasily. But on April 13, 1873, a small army of white ex–Confederate soldiers, enraged after attempts by freedmen to assert their new rights, killed more than sixty African Americans… [ read more ]
- The Seven-Day Scholar: The Civil War: Exploring History One Week at a Time...
- Coinciding with the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, this captivating new book is a must-have for the Civil War aficionado. Organized into 52 chapters, each of which represents a significant week by theme. Further broken down by influential daily events, readers can become a seven-day… [ read more ]