The Books Just Keep Stacking Up

I have been on ACW book buying binge over the past few weeks. I think I might have an addiction. Recent purchases include Eric’s new book on Battle of Monroe’s Crossroad, 2 books on regiments from Gracie’s Alabama brigade, the Indiana MOLLUs papers, Gallagher’s new volume on the 1864 Valley campaign, a small booklet on Civil War soldiers from Caribou, Maine and View from the Ground. Since books are my only real vice my wife is pretty supportive but I hope all of these volumes don’t show up at once. My real issue is that the built-in bookcases I built about 5 year ago are now filled to the brim.

The mailman has just shown up and Eric’s book is in my hands. I am looking forward to reading it. I have enjoyed the other books published by Savas on the Campaign in the Carolinas.

Eric, for what it is worth the index looks really good.


Anonymous said…

That's great! Enjoy, and I will look forward to hearing your thoughts on the book once you've had a chance to read it.

Best regards,

Kevin said…
Andy, - Just wanted to let you know that Civil War Memory has moved to the following URL:
FortyRounder said…
Andy, regarding your earlier post on Fields of Conflict, I'd like to say thank you. It seems to be an excellant resource for eyewitness writings. I found a complete book online by a soldier in the 19th Army Corps. Much better than shelling out $30 (including shipping) for a reprint!
Andy said…
Eric, I am looking forward to it.

Kevin, I updated my link to you site.

Forty Rounder, there seems to be alot of good stuff on this site. Hopefully they keep adding to it.


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