Saturday, March 27, 2021

Coming Soon (April '21 Edition)

**NEW RELEASES1** Scheduled for APRIL 2021:

John P. Slough: The Forgotten Civil War General by Richard Miller.
Cornerstone of the Confederacy: Alexander Stephens and the Speech that Defined the Lost Cause by Keith Hebert.
No Place for Glory: Major General Robert E. Rodes and the Confederate Defeat at Gettysburg by Robert Wynstra.
A Mortal Blow to the Confederacy: The Fall of New Orleans, 1862 by Mark Bielski.
Civil War Richmond: The Last Citadel by Jack Trammell & Guy Terrell.
The Civil War Memoir of a Boy from Baltimore: The Remembrance of George C. Maguire, Written in 1893 by Holly Powers, ed.
Grand Army of Labor: Workers, Veterans, and the Meaning of the Civil War by Matthew Stanley.
Getting Right with Lincoln: Correcting Misconceptions about Our Greatest President by Edward Steers.
Lincolnomics: How President Lincoln Constructed the Great American Economy by John Wasik.
Cincinnati in the Civil War: The Union's Queen City by David Mowery.
Faces of Union Soldiers at South Mountain and Harpers Ferry by Joseph Stahl & Matthew Borders.
West of Slavery: The Southern Dream of a Transcontinental Empire by Kevin Waite.
Slavery and Freedom in the Shenandoah Valley during the Civil War Era by Jonathan Noyalas.
Military Prisons of the Civil War by David Keller.

Comments: Though it has an official April 1 street date, Miller's Slough biography is out now. I just received Wynstra's book in the mail so it should be generally available very soon. Mowery's Cincinnati city study was also sent to me early (see my Booknotes entry for it here).

1 - These monthly release lists are not meant to be exhaustive compilations of non-fiction releases. They do not include non-revised/expanded reprints of previously published books and digital-only titles. Works that only tangentially address the war years are also generally excluded. Inevitably, one or more titles on this list will get a rescheduled release (and they do not get repeated later), so revisiting the past few "Coming Soon" posts is the best way to pick up stragglers.

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