Address Delivered at the
Rededication of the Monument to the First New Jersey Brigade
at Gettysburg October 9, 1982
By Dr. David Martin. A 12 page booklet. Published 1993. ISBN
The Battle of Monmouth
By William Stryker. Reprint of 1927 edition. 470 pages. ISBN 0-944413-60-9. Out of Print.
Battle of Monmouth
By Samuel Craig Cowart. For those readers who are also interested
in the American Revolution...An historic account of the Battle
of Monmouth with illustrations. Booklet includes the original
poem "Patriot Sires of Monmouth" written to honor the
members of the Washington Pilgrimage. A 32 page booklet published
in April 1998. ISBN 0-944413-50-1. $8.00
A Brief History of the
Fourth Pennsylvania Veteran Cavalry
By William E. Doster. Reset text of scarce 1891 book. 130 pages
with new photos, introduction and index. Published June 1997.
ISBN 0-944413-45-5. $20.00.
Campaign Studies By Dr.
Personalized autographs from Dr. Martin available.
Campaign (1991). 176 pages, hardback. $20.00
Limited soft back edition, $15.00
Campaign (New paperback edition published
2003). 223 pages. $18.00
|The Second Bull Run
Campaign (1997), 299 pages, hardback. $20.00
Campaign (New paperback edition published
|The Vicksburg Campaign
(New paperback edition published 2003). $18.00
The Fluvanna Artillery
history from the H.E. Howard Virginia series. 165 pages. Hardbound.
, July 1. New paperback
edition published in 2003. 736 pages. $20.00.
Vredenburg in the Civil War
By Dr. David Martin. Tells of the rediscovery of the camp's location
near Freehold, with its entire history. Includes 3 maps, 4 illustrations
in a 28 page booklet. Published 1993. ISBN 0-944413-27-7. $6.00
Carl Bornemann's Regiment:
The 41st New York Infantry in the Civil War
By David Martin. The De Kalb Regiment. ISBN 0-944413-03-X. Out
A Casualty at Gettysburg
Selections from the Civil War Diary Of Private Austin A. Carr
of the 82nd New York Infantry
Edited by Dr. David Martin. A 44 page booklet. Published 1998. ISBN 0-944413-15-3.
Cavalryman in Blue: Colonel
John Wood Kester of the 1st New Jersey Cavalry in the Civil War
By Donald E. Kester. 200 pages. Published June 1997. ISBN 0-944413-46-3.
Charlie Mosher's Civil
War: From Fair Oaks to Andersonville with the Plymouth Pilgrims
Edited by Wayne Mahood. A private
from the 85th New York Infantry gives new insights into the war
on the North Carolina coast, plus a very moving account of prison
life at Andersonville and Florence. 350 pages, 30 illustrations,
and indices. Hardbound. Published June 1994. ISBN 0-944413-20-X.
The Civil War Diaries of
Col. Theodore B. Gates, Twentieth New York State Militia
Edited by Seward Osborne. This regiment from Ulster County served
in the First Corps at Antietam and Gettysburg and then in the
Army of the Potomac's Provost Guard. 197 pages, 35 illustrations,
11 maps and index. Hardbound. Published 1992. ISBN 0-944413-21-8.
Civil War Letters of General Robert McAllister. by Robert McAllister.
Reprint of 1965 edition. 638 pages.$20.00
Clara Barton and Hightstown
By Dr. David Martin, Grace Norton Rogers and Maurice Shuman.
Tells of Clara Barton's teaching career in East Windsor, NJ in
1851-52, and her lifelong friendship with Mary Norton. A 32 page
booklet with 5 illustrations. Published 1994. ISBN 0-944413-30-7.
value of Rifled and Smooth-Bored Arms
Edited by William C. Goble. Reprint of rare booklet favoring
smooth-bored weapons, with the reasons why, by New York Colonel who was
killed at Gettysburg . 16 page booklet. Published 1995. ISBN 0-944413-38-2.
Delaware at Gettysburg
Report of the Joint Committee to Mark the Positions Occupied
by the 1st and 2nd Regiments
A revised edition of the 1st & 2nd Delaware regiments at
the Battle of Gettysburg July 2nd and 3rd, 1863. A reprint of
the rare 1887 report. A 32 page booklet with an introduction
written by Jeff Kowalis. $5.00
The Diary of a Soldier
By J. Gilmor West (28th NJ). 120 pages, softbound. Out of Print.
Died at Gettysburg [cover image]
By Jeffrey J. and Loree L. Kowalis. An illustrated biography
of 93 Union casualties at Gettysburg. 293 pages and 11 fully
indexed maps. Also includes over 190 illustrations mostly from
private collections, many not previously published. Hardbound.
Published July 1998. ISBN 0-944413-55-2. $30.00
Enlisted for the War:
The Struggles of the Gallant 24th Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers,
By Eugene Jones. An all-new annotated
history with full descriptive roster. Includes 528 pages, with
17 maps, 40 illustrations and including portraits of 20 unit
members. Hardbound. Published June 1997. ISBN 0-944413-43-9. $40.00
Fifty Years Ago: A Brief
History of the 29th New Jersey Volunteers
By T.C. Morford. Reset text of very rare 1912 edition. Introduction, roster
and index by Dr. David G. Martin. 54 page booklet. Published 1990. ISBN
Final Report of the New
Jersey Gettysburg Battlefield Monument Commission
Reprint of scarce 1891 government report. Gives excellent background
on the erection of the monuments and their dedication ceremonies.
194 pages, numerous illustrations, index and new map added. Published
May 1997. Hardbound. ISBN 0-944413-41-7. $20.00
Forgotten Warriors: New Jersey's African American Soldiers in the Civil War
By Joseph G. Bilby. The first monograph on black soldiers from a single state. Published with the aid of a grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission. Published 1994. OUT OF PRINT. Expanded new edition now available, “Freedom to All”: New Jersey’s African American Civil War Soldiers [ cover image ], published spring 2011. Hard bound, 162 pages. ISBN 0-944413-77-7. $20.00.
General James Longstreet
and his New Jersey Relations
By David Martin. A brief history of the families and common ancestry
of Jonathan Longstreet of Holmdel, NJ and Confederate General
James Longstreet. A 32 page booklet with 8 illustrations. $8.00
July 1, REVISED EDITION
By David G. Martin. Acclaimed study based almost entirely on primary
sources. Regimental level study on the scale of Harry Pfanz's July 2nd
books. Includes 750 pages, 20 maps, 2700 footnotes and 400 sources. New
paperback edition published 2003. $20.00
Give it to them, Jersey
A History of the 7th Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers in the Civil
By John Hayward. An all-new regimental history with 73 photographs
of regimental members. 375 pages, over 110 illustrations, 30
maps, roster and index. Hardbound. Published November 1998. ISBN
Hexamer's First New Jersey
Battery in the Civil War
Edited by Dr. David Martin. 36 page booklet. Roster. Published
1992. ISBN 0-944413-24-2. $6.00
History of A Cavalry Company:
A Complete Record of Company A, 4th Pennsylvania Cavalry
By William Hyndman. Reset text of scarce 1870 book. 250 pages
with new photographs, introduction and index. Published June
1997. Hardbound. ISBN 0-944413-44-7. $30.00
History of Battery B, First
New Jersey Artillery
By Michael Hanifen. A reprint of the 1905 edition. One of the
scarcest of all NJ regimentals. The only monograph on any of
the state's five batteries on the war. 200 pages, roster, 44
illustrations, and new indices. Hardbound. Published 1991. ISBN
History of the Eleventh
New Jersey Volunteers [cover
By Thomas B. Marbaker. Reprint of the 1898 edition with a new
introduction by John Kuhl. 490 pages, over 90 illustrations,
10 maps, roster, and index. Hardbound. Published 1990. ISBN 0-944413-13-7. Out of Print.
History of the First Regiment,
By William P. Seville. Expanded reprint of the 1884 edition with
15 photographs of regimental members. 186 pages and 2 maps with
index. Hardbound. Published June 1998. ISBN 0-944413-00-5. $20.00
Holding the Left at Gettysburg:
The 20th N. Y.S.M. on July 1, 1863
By Seward Osborne. A well received original booklet. Including 36 pages,
2 maps, and 6 photographs. Published 1990. ISBN 0-944413-14-5. $8.00
A History of the First New Jersey Volunteer Cavalry [cover image]
By Edward G. Longacre. An all new
history by the award winning author of The Cavalry at Gettysburg.
423 pages, roster, 15 maps, over 90 illustrations including 50
individual portraits. Hardbound. Published 1992. ISBN 0-944413-19-6.
The Last Full Measure:
Burials in the Soldiers' National Cemetery at Gettysburg
By John Busey. The only published index to
the cemetery; contains corrected name listings. 277 pages, 7 illustrations,
map. Hardbound. Published 1988. ISBN 0-944413-12-9. Out of print
Francine, Brevet Brigadier-General , U.S. Volunteers
By Albert P. Francine. Edited by Paul J. Lader. Reprint,
with new introduction, of scarce booklet on New Jersey General killed at
Gettysburg . 29 pages, 7 illustrations, 1 map. Published 2000. ISBN 0-944413-62-5.
Michigan at Gettysburg
Reprint of the 1889 edition. Proceedings of the monument dedications
in 1889 and the final report of the state's Gettysburg Monument
Commission. 230 pages, 35 illustrations and index. Hardbound.
Published July 1998. ISBN 0-944413-56-0. $25.00
By David G. Martin. Contains the text of over 100 sources
by more than 80 different authors, with analysis and commentary on each.
329 pages, notes, bibliography, index. Published 2003. ISBN 0-944413-69-2.
A Commemorative History of the 14th NJ Infantry in the Civil War. [cover
Edited by Dr. David Martin. Contains an exact reprint of
Terrill's Campaign of the 14th New Jersey Volunteers (1884); reset text
of Letters of Major Peter Vredenburgh of the Battles and Marches of the
Old Fourteenth Regiment (1870s); and new material by Joseph Bilby and
Dr. David Martin. 352 pages, 3 maps, 48 photographs of unit members, and
indices. Hardbound. Published 1987. ISBN 0-944413-05-6. Out of print
Sons were Faithful and They Fought"
The Irish Brigade at Antietam.
An Anthology [cover image]
Edited by Joseph Bilby and Steve O'Neill.
Collection of essays by several noted authors. Royalties from sales will
go to support the new Irish brigade monument at Antietam. This book includes
140 pages with 30 illustrations and 5 maps. Softbound attractive color
cover in an oversize format. Published June 1997. ISBN 0-944413-42-0. Out of print.
New Jersey's Ninth Regiment: Report of State Commission for Erection of Monument to Ninth New Jersey Volunteers at New Berne, North Carolina
Reprint of 1905 edition. 112 pages. $12.00
New Jersey Troops in the
By Samuel Toombs. Reprint of 1888 edition, with new introduction and index
by Dr. David Martin. 440 pages. Hardbound. Published 1988. ISBN 0-944413-11-1.
NJ Civil War Battle Flags
Full color 22 x 28" poster featuring flags of the following
regiments: The 1st Cavalry, 3rd Cavalry, Battery A, the 4th Battery,
3rd Infantry, 14th Infantry, 23rd Infantry, 25th Infantry and
33rd Infantry plus the 15th Infantry colorguard. Out of Print.
Our Brothers Gone Before: An Inventory of Graves and Cenotaphs in New Jersey Cemeteries for Union and Confederate Civil War Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Surgeons and Nurses.
By Charles Eckhardt and Robert MacAvoy. A mammoth undertaking over ten years in the making, Contains over 40,000 names with burial locations. Two volumes totaling over 1700 pages. Limited printing. Hardbound. Published August 2006. ISBN 0-944413-70-6. $140.00. Shipping total with insurance $8.00.
The Plymouth Pilgrims:
A History of the Eighty-Fifth New York
Infantry in the Civil
By Wayne Mahood. Revised edition of our 1989
book. The regiment fought in North Carolina and was captured almost intact
at Plymouth and then sent to Andersonville prison. 367 pages, expanded
roster, 15 maps, and over 100 illustrations. Hardbound. Published 1992.
ISBN 0-944413-09-9. Out of print
Reflections From The Shrine: An Anecdotal History of Hightstown and East Windsor, New Jersey
By John W. Orr, Jr. 408 Pages, 5 maps, 152 illustrations, fully indexed. Hardbound. Published 1999. ISBN 0-044413-49-8. $40.00
Raising of New Jersey 's Civil War Troops
By David G. Martin. Six page booklet
listing the dates and training camps of each of New Jersey 's Civil War
units. Published 1993. ISBN 0-944413-26.9. $1.00
Strengths and Losses at Gettysburg
by John W. Busey and Dr. David Martin. New revised and expanded 4th edition. Layout rearranged for easier use. Confederate loss figures fully revised based on recent research. Numerous new comparative tables. Armament listed for all batteries on both sides and for all Union regiments. Length increased from 357 to 678 pages. Complete and detailed indices. Contains strength and order of battle information not available elsewhere. Published summer 2005. ISBN 0-944413-67-6. $40.00.
Remember Fontenoy! [cover image]
The 69th New York and the Irish Brigade in the American Civil
War By Joseph G. Bilby. The first
annotated history of this famous unit in 130 years. 269 pages
and over 100 illustrations, including over 50 individual portraits
and 11 flags. Hardbound. Published June 1995. ISBN 0-944413-37-4.
Remember You Are Jerseymen
A Military History of Jersey's Troops in the Civil War [cover image]
By Joseph G. Bilby and William
C. Goble. Chapters on every regiment and battery. Also covers
the draft, USCT and biographies of general officers. Includes
quarterly ordnance reports on weapons carried by all units. 753
pages, over 100 illustrations and 17 maps. Hardbound. Published
June 1998. ISBN 0-944413-54-4. Out of print. New edition in preparation. Release date and price not set yet.
Reminiscences of the Thirteenth
New Jersey Infantry in the Civil War
By Samuel Toombs. Reprint of the scarce 1878 edition with a new
introduction, index and eight maps. The only full history of
this unit from the 12th and 20th Corps which fought in both the
eastern and western theaters. 300 pages, hard bound. Published
June 1994. ISBN 0-944413-08-8. $25.00
The Saga of the Mountain
Legion 156th N. Y. Volunteers
"The Modest Hero Who Saved Our Flag"
By Seward Osborne. The first study of this unit from Ulster County.
A 40 page booklet with 10 illustrations. Published 1994. ISBN
The Search for Camp Olden,
By Joseph Seliga. Gives the history and probable location of
this important training camp outside Trenton. A 52 page booklet
published in 1995. ISBN 0-944413-39-0. $7.00
A new novel by
Stanley Saperstein. Historically accurate and exciting story of Berdan's
United States Sharpshooters in the Civil War. 386 pages, 26 illustrations,
20 maps. Published 2003. ISBN 0-944413-68-4. $35.00
of Molly Pitcher
An 8 page booklet
by David G. Martin. Written for school children. Published ---.ISBN 0-944413-64-1. $2.00
The Union Casualties at Gettysburg, REVISED EDITION
By John W. Busey. Full listing of all 5,101
killed and mortally wounded, listed by state and regiment, plus complete
alphabetical index. A definitive study that gives age, enlistment data,
nature of wound, and burial data. New edition contains 100 extra pages
and over 20 new photographs of casualties. 508 pages, over 40 illustrations.
Hardbound. Published June 1996. ISBN 0-944413-40-4. $30.00
Cheers: A History of the Fifteenth New Jersey from Flemington to Appomattox
By Joseph G. Bilby. Revised edition of our 1993 original
book, which quickly sold out. Highly acclaimed. 453 pages, notes, bibliography,
roster, 20 maps, over 140 illustrations. Published 2001. Full color dust
jacket. ISBN 0-944413-61-7. $42.00
The Three-Month Service
of the 20th NY State Militia April 28 - August 2, 1861
By Seward R. Osborne and forward written by Brian Pohanka. A
new 44 page booklet of the 20th New York State Militia. 17 illustrations
and one map. ISBN 0-944413-47-1. $9.00
To Gettysburg and Beyond
The Twelfth New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, II Corps, Army of the
By Edward G. Longacre. 467 pages,
roster, index, 15 maps and over 90 illustrations including 53
portraits of unit members. Hardbound. Published 1988. $36.00
Written in Blood. History
of the 126th New York Infantry in the Civil War [cover image]
By Wayne Mahood. An all-new annotated
history, with roster. Extensive coverage of Gettysburg and 1864
Virginia Campaigns. 548 pages, 20 maps & 63 illustrations
and portraits of 23 unit members. Published June 1997. Hardbound.
ISBN 0-944413-33-1. $40.00
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