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Colors and Blood:
Flag Passions of the Confederate South

Colors & Blood represents the best of recent Civil War scholarship applied to a topic of the widest recent interest…. Most impressive is [Bonner’s] excavation of the place of flags in everyday life and thought. . . . Colors & Blood not only provides insight into the development of the Southern Cross, one of the most controversial images in contemporary America, and into the structure and values of the Confederacy, it also illuminates lasting intersectional understandings of flags in the United States.”
Thomas J. Brown, Georgia Historical Quarterly

The Flags of the Confederacy:
An Illustrated History

Mr. Cannon has produced an excellent compilation of the flags used by the South during the US Civil War. I highly recommend it as a history and geography teacher. As an author myself I appreciate the style of presentation he uses in this book. I also recommend his companion book, Flags of the Union.
Edward Mooney, Jr., geography teacher and author

The South under siege, 1830-2000:
A history of the relations between the North and the South

This book is that rarity of rarities, a history of the South covering the turbulent 19th and 20th centuries, written from the Southern-conservative viewpoint. Its central theme is the devastating culture-war which various groups of Northern liberals have been waging against the conservative South since the 1830s, using the South as their battleground to defeat limited republican government under the tenets of Christianity in the U.S. as prescribed by the Constitution, asnd replace that with a socialist nation-state run under the religion of secular humanism. This book identifies key events in American history which, although indisputable, are nevertheless ignored or distorted by the mainstream liberal historians; and it puts those events in proper perspective. The result is a book which reads like the history of an entirely-different country than the one we’re accustomed to reading about in most American-history texts. This book tells how Northern capitalists and their politicians used the culture war to support an economic war of their own against the South, which led directly to the 1861 – 1865 War of Northern Aggression, following which the federal government converted the South into the agricultural colonies of the Northern capitalists, governed under bayonet rule, and deliberately held in grinding poverty until WWII. And now the liberal-dominated institutions of the U.S. are systematically discrediting and suppressing the beliefs, values, culture, and true history of the traditional South, in order to destroy the conservative Southerners as a people, and remove the last big roadblock hindering their transformation of the U.S. into a socialist nation-state. “The South Under Siege 1830 – 2000” will be of no interest to ideological liberals; but if you want to know why the U.S. is now divided into red states and blue states; and what is happening to the South right now–and will happen to the rest of the U.S. in the very near future, this is one of the few books that will provide real answers.
From a review on Amazon.com

Why I Wave the Confederate Flag, Written by a Black Man:
The End of Niggerism and the Welfare State

This book is about truth and passion. What makes this book dangerous is its raw honesty. Mr. Hervey lifts the veil of Black decadence at the same time he exposes the lies and political correctness of modern day America. Mr. Hervey said “I show that the Civil War was not fought over slavery and that the demise of my race in America is not of the White man, but rather of our own making. In this book I show how Blacks in America ran away from physical bondage to one far worse– mental bondage.”
From a review on Amazon.com

This Flag Never Goes Down!:
40 Stories of Confederate Battle Flags and Color Bearers at the Battle of Gettysburg

Micahel Dreese has written an outstanding account of the flag bearers who were in the thick of the fight during the Battle of Gettysburg. These flag bearers (both North and South) were brave, tenacious, and were usually killed or wounded since they were an integral part of an infantry line in either offense or defense… Sometimes victorious but often time wounded or captured, or had their flags taken by the enemy. All these stories are told with a fascinating read by Michael Dreese. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Joe Owen, in a review for This Flag Never Goes Down!

Drawing on original source material, from soldiers’ letters to official military records of the war, Stephen W. Sears’s Gettysburg is a remarkable and dramatic account of the legendary campaign. He takes particular care in his study of the battle’s leaders and offers detailed analyses of their strategies and tactics, depicting both General Meade’s heroic performance in his first week of army command and General Lee’s role in the agonizing failure of the Confederate army. With characteristic style and insight, Sears brings the epic tale of the battle in Pennsylvania vividly to life.
From a review by Amazon.com

Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg:
A Guide to the Most Famous Attack in American History

150 years after the event, the grand near-suicidal attack against the Union position on Cemetery Ridge still emotionally resonates with Gettysburg enthusiasts like no other aspect of the battle. On the afternoon of July 3, Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee ordered more than 12,000 Southern infantry to undertake what would become the most legendary charge in American military history. This attack, popularly but inaccurately known as “Pickett’s Charge,” is often considered the turning point of the Civil War’s seminal battle of Gettysburg. Although much has been written about the battle itself and Pickett’s Charge in particular, Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg is the first battlefield guide for this celebrated assault.
From a review by Amazon.com

The Story of the Battle with Maps

“Just as the Battle of Gettysburg sprawls over three days, the Gettysburg battlefield sprawls over 25 square miles, which means that there’s no way to understand this climatic conflict without a good set of maps. This book meets people coming to the battlefield just where they are, with concise and uncluttered maps that clearly and accurately lay out the major movements down to brigade level, on an hour-by-hour basis, and with a straightforward and easily followed narrative of each map’s actions. Take it in the car, take it on foot, combine it with digital apps, or study it in advance–you will have the Battle of Gettysburg in easy grasp.”
Allen C. Guelzo, author of Gettysburg: The Last Invasion

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