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The Society's Authors and Their Works To Date

 

Below is a list of authors who are/were members of the Society and their works. Some of these books are available through the authors, and most through ordinary channels. Some are out of print and very difficult to obtain. This website will continue to update this information as needed.

 

Author:                              Book(s)

 

Dorothy F. Atkinson:         

        * King William County in the Civil War

        * Along Mangohick Byways

 

Peter A. Brown:                

       * Mosby’s Fighting Parson: The Life and Times of Sam Chapman

       * Take Sides With the Truth: The Postwar Letters of John Mosby to Sam Chapman
 
Eric Buckland:                   
        * Mosby's Keydet Rangers
        * Mosby's Keydet Rangers (Second Edition)
        * Recollections of a Mosby Ranger:  Andrew Hetherton Nott
        * He Bore 12 Battle Scars:  Charles Henry Dear
        * Millionaire Mosby Ranger:  Charles Broadway Rouss
        * Charles Broadway Rouss:  Mosby Ranger, Millionaire, Philanthropist
        *Mosby Men
        *Mosby Men II
        *Mosby Men III
        *Mosby Men IV
 
John C. Carter:
       *Welcome the Hour of Conflict, William Cowan McClellan and the 9th Alabama Infantry

 

Howard Crouch:                           
        * Horse Equipment of the Civil War Era
        * Civil War Artifacts - A Guide for the Historian
        * Civil War Sites & Scenes in Northern Virginia
        * General Lee's Farewell
        * Historic American Spurs
        * Historic American Swords
        * Relic Hunter - Field Accounts of Civil War Sites, Artifacts and Hunting
        * Repro Buckles of the Civil War
        * Virginia Militaria of the Civil War Volume I:  Buckles, Buttons and Insignia
        * Like a Hurricane, The Men, Mounts, Arms, and Tactics of Colonel John S. Mosby's Command

 

Richard Crouch:                 
        * Rough Riding Scout: The Story of John W. Mobberly, Loudoun’s Own Civil War Guerrilla Hero
        * Brandy Station: A Battle Like None Other
 
Tom Evans:                        
         * Our War - The War Between The States

 

Tom Evans & Jim Moyer:                    

         * Mosby Vignettes: Volumes I,II,III,IV and V

         * Mosby’s Confederacy, A Guide to the Roads and Sites of Colonel John Singleton Mosby

 

Steve French:

         * Imboden's Brigade in the Gettysburg Campaign

         * Rebel Chronicles: Raiders, Scouts and Train Robbers of the Upper Potomac

         * The Jones-Imboden Raid Against the B&O Railroad at Rowlesburg, Virginia April 1863

         *  Four Years Along the Tilhance:  The Diary of Elisha Manor

 

Donald C. Hakenson:         
         * The Forgotten Land: A Tour of Civil War Sites and Other Historical Landmarks South of Alexandria, Virginia
         * The Forgotten Land, Volume II: Biographical Sketches of Confederate Veterans Buried in Alexandria,Virginia
         * Reminiscences of Frank H. Rahm of Mosby's Command & an Analysis of Ranger John H. Lunceford
         *Mosby's Combat Operations in Fairfax County, Virginia (DVD)                

 

Donald C. Hakenson & Gregg Dudding:         

          * Mosby Vignettes Volumes VI and VII

 

Donald C. Hakenson & Charles V. Mauro:

          * A Tour Guide and History of Col. John S. Mosby's Combat Operations in Fairfax County, Virginia

    

Jessica James:                     

          * Shades of Gray: A Novel of Civil War Virginia

 

Hugh Keen & Horace Mewborn:                          

          * 43rd Battalion Virginia Cavalry: Mosby’s Command

   

Charles V. Mauro:              

          * The Battle of Chantilly, A Monumental Storm

          * Herndon: A Town and Its History

          * A Southern Spy in Northern Virginia: The Civil War Album of Laura Ratcliffe

          * The Civil War in Fairfax County, Civilians and Soldiers

          *Mosby's Conbat Operations in Fairfax County, Virginia

 

Stevan Meserve:                 *

          * The Civil War in Loudoun County, Virginia

          * In the Shadow of the Enemy

 

Horace Mewborn:                

          * From Mosby’s Command: Newspaper Letters and Articles by and About John S. Mosby and His Rangers

                                                   

 Thomas D. Perry:                 

          * Ascent to Glory: The Genealogy of J.E.B. Stuart

          * The Free State of Patrick

          * Stuart’s Birthplace: The History of Laurel Hill Farm

 

 

Larry Rogers & Keith Rogers:          

          * Their Horses Climbed Trees: A Chronicle of the California 100 Battalion in the Civil War from San Francisco to Appomattox

 

 

Carl L. Sell, Jr.:

         *"Thank God he survived Pickett's Charge!

 

Edward Trexler:                   

          * Civil War Fairfax Court House

          * Descendants of Conquest: Families of the James River Valley of Virginia

          * Endowed by the Creator: Families of Fairfax Court House, Virginia

          * History of Downtown Fairfax, A Walking Tour

          * Civil War in the Northern Neck
          * Capt. John Quincy Marr, Warrenton Rifles, First Confederate Officer Killed
 

Robert J. Trout:                    

          * Galloping Thunder: History of the Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion From Formation to the End of the War

          * The Hoss (Officer biographies of all sixty-nine officers of the Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion and Rosters for all ten Battalions)

          * Riding With Stuart - Reminiscences of Lt. Theodore S. Garnett, J.E.B. Stuart's aide-de-camp

          * In the Saddle with Stuart (Biography of Lt. Frank S. Robertson, assistant engineer on Stuart's staff)

          * They Followed the Plume (Story of Stuart’s staff officers)

          * With Pen and Saber (Letters and diaries of nine of Stuart’s staff officers)

 
 



 













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