American History

The Last Days of General Grant

This is a poignant and intimate account of General Ulysses S. Grant’s last days, written by Adam Badeau.

The Heart of a Soldier

These are the passionate and poignant letters from General George E. Pickett, C.S.A. written to his wife, Sally. These letters reveal intimate details of Pickett’s personal life, as well as his incredible accounts of Civil War battles and personalities. A must-listen for any Civil War buff!

Thirteen Months in the Rebel Army

William G. Stevenson was a Kentuckian, loyal to the Union, who endured 13 months of enforced service in the Confederate army.

The Battle of Shiloh

At daybreak on April 6, 1862, Confederate forces launched a bold suprise attack on the Union army, encamped in southwestern Tennesse. These are detailed and moving first-hand accounts, from generals to privates, about their experiences participating in this dramatic and historically significant battle.

Reminiscences of a Rebel

We have no time machine with which to visit the America of 1861, but Captain Dunaway’s narrative shines a light back through the mists of time to show what we were like as a people.

Surrender at Appomattox

These are detailed and moving first-hand accounts from seven historically prominent witnesses to Robert E. Lee’s surrender of the Army of Nothern Virginia at Appomattox.