Sunday, August 28, 2022

Coming Soon (September '22 Edition)

**NEW RELEASES1** Scheduled for SEPT 2022:

Dear Uncles: The Civil War Letters of Arthur McKinstry, A Soldier in the Excelsior Brigade ed. by Rick Barram.
Engineering in the Confederate Heartland by Larry Daniel.
The Battle of Jackson, Mississippi, May 14, 1863 by Chris Mackowski.
St. Louis Civil War Sites and the Fight for Freedom by Peter Downs.
At War with King Alcohol: Debating Drinking and Masculinity in the Civil War by Megan Bever.
Civil Wars and Reconstructions in the Americas: The United States, Mexico, and Argentina, 1860–1880 by Evan Rothera.
The Confederate Military Forces in the Trans-Mississippi West, 1861-1865: A Study in Command by William Royston Geise, ed. by Michael Forsyth.
General Philip Kearny, A Very God of War: The Life & Letters of General Philip Kearny by William Styple.
Irish American Civil War Songs: Identity, Loyalty, and Nationhood by Catherine Bateson.
“If We Are Striking for Pennsylvania”: The Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of the Potomac March to Gettysburg - Volume 1: June 3–21, 1863 by Scott Mingus and Eric Wittenberg.

Comments: September will be a great month for SB releases. I am especially looking forward to the Jackson battle history and seeing what was done with editing the Geise dissertation. The Daniel book on Confederate military engineering in the West also closely aligns with my reading interests.

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, special editions not distributed to reviewers, 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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