This will be the first book published by Civil War Citizens & Soldiers (the online magazine). It runs about 230 pages and has 150+ images. It is being printed now and should be available on Amazon.com within 30 days. Final price depends on printing cost, but it won't be more than $25.
Table of Contents.
Chapter One: A Few Thoughts on Confederate Uniforms.
Chapter Two: Braces and Suspenders.
Chapter Three: Pumpkin Slingers.
Chapter Four: Shotguns and Hunting Rifles.
Chapter Five: Model 1854 Austrian Rifle.
Chapter Six: The EnfieldLong Rifle and Cartridges.
Chapter Seven: Confederate Manufactured Arms.
Chapter Eight: The LeMat Revolver.
Chapter Nine: Colt Revolvers and Captured US Model Rifle-Muskets
Chapter Ten: Confederate Knives.
Chapter Eleven: Knapsack.
Chapter Twelve: Canteens.
Chapter Thirteen: Eating Like a Confederate.
Chapter Fourteen: Tobacco: The Virginia Habit.
Chapter Fifteen: Confederate Quartermaster.
Chapter Sixteen: Camp Huffman.
Chapter Seventeen: The Home Front.
Chapter Eighteen: 19th Century Manners
Chapter Nineteen: Entertainment
Chapter Twenty: Jews in Gray
Chapter Twenty-one: Celtic Heritage of the South
Chapter Twenty-two: St Louis in the Civil War
Chapter Twenty-three: Moonshine Liquor
Chapter Twenty-four: Soap
Chapter Twenty-five: Special Orders 191
Appendix One: The Tragic Order of John Decatur Barry.
Appendix Two: Accoutrement “Set” For A Western Confederate Soldier.
Appendix Three: Famous War Horses
Appendix Four: Charles Dickens View on the US Civil War
Appendix Five: The Gallant Pelham
Appendix Six: CW James, Gun Maker