Civil War in the Valley

“If this Valley is lost, Virginia is lost!” Stonewall

Jackson’s Valley Campaign

edited by Jonathan Noyalas and Nancy Sorrells

This 60-page booklet offers a brief but comprehensive look at Jackson ’s remarkable campaign with a  compilation  of essays by noted historians.

56 pp          Paper         $7.50

The Shenandoah Valley; 1861-1865: The Destruction of the Granary of the Confederacy

by Michael G. Mahon

A comprehensive study presenting a balanced view of the significance of the valley in the fall of the Confederacy.

180 pp       Hardcover      $22.95

“Give the Enemy No Rest!” Sheridan’s 1864

Shenandoah Campaign

edited by Jonathan Noyalas and Nancy Sorrells

Explores the 1864 Valley Campaign through the writings of six noted historians, including work by John Heatwole and Joseph Whitehorne.

56 pp          Paper         $7.50

Gibraltar of the Shenandoah: Civil War Sites and Stories of Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta County, Virginia

by Robert H. Moore II

Moore guides you through the Civil War in Staunton and surrounding areas with easy to follow maps and stories.

176 pp           Paper          $24.95

Tragedy in the Shenandoah Valley: The story of the

Summers-Koontz Execution

by Robert H. Moore II

The story of the execution of Sergeant Isaac Newton Koontz and Captain George Summers in the summer of 1865 at the hands of Union troops.

125 pp           Paper          $19.99

Avenue of Armies: Civil War Sites and Stories of Luray and Page County, Virginia

by Robert H. Moore II

With numerous photos, this book takes you  on 13 different tours; each offering different stories from over 70 historic sites.

144 pp           Paper          $19.95






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