"Book Chats"
From
The Civil War Home Chatroom

        These are Civil War book discussions that were scheduled and held in the Civil War Home Chatroom.  What you see is the chat between the members as it occurred.  Each session consisted of discussing 2 or 3 chapters of the selected book and lasted about 1-1 1/2 hours.

The Devil Knows How To Ride The True Story of William Clarke Quantrill and His Confederate Raiders.  by Edward F. Leslie
Gettysburg, The Second Day by Harry W. Pfanz
Lincoln At Gettysburg The Words That Remade America by Garry Wills
Lincoln's Sanctuary Abraham Lincoln And The Soldiers Home by Matthew Pinsker
Covered With Glory The 26th North Carolina Infantry At The Battle Of Gettysburg
by Rod Gragg
A Little Short Of Boats The Fights At Ball's Bluff And Edwards Ferry By James A. Morgan III
Honor's Voice The Transformation Of Abraham Lincoln By Douglas L. Wilson
For Cause And For Country A Study Of The Affair At Spring Hill And The Battle Of Franklin
By  Eric Jacobson and Richard Rupp
No Better Place To Die By Peter Cozzens
Tennessee's Forgotten Warriors Frank Cheatham and His Confederate Division By Christopher Losson
A Bohemian Brigade The Civil War Correspondents By James M. Perry
Stealing The General The Great Locomotive Chase and The First Medal of Honor By Russell S. Bonds
Allegiance: Fort Sumter, Charleston, and the Beginning of the Civil War By David Detzer
Land of Lincoln Adventures in Abe's America By Andrew Ferguson
Jefferson Davis, American By William J. Cooper, Jr.
Harvard's Civil War

The History of the Twentieth Massachusetts Infantry Regiment  By Richard F. Miller

Class of 1846

From West Point to Appomattox By John C. Waugh

Perryville The Grand Havoc of Battle by Kenneth W. Noe

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