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Jefferson Davis, Confederate President
Rich in detail and exhilaratingly told with generous selections from Davis' own letters and speeches, this book provides the most insightful account available of the Confederate presidency - suggesting that perhaps it was the Confederate government, rather than Davis himself, that failed. More than that, it shows us Davis as an American leader and offers a new appreciation of his place in our country's history.

Jefferson Davis
The Essential Writings. William J. Cooper, Jr., ed. "Eclipsed in our memory of the Civil War by Abraham Lincoln, Robert E. Lee, and other military heroes, Jefferson Davis was arguably one of the most important figures in the antebellum and wartime eras. Davis' biographer, William Cooper, Jr., has sifted through the huge number of Davis letters and speeches to select those that best tell the story of his life and provide insight to his character in this invaluable volume." - James M. McPherson, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Battle Cry of Freedom. 492 pgs., 5˝"x 8", hdbd.
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Jefferson Davis, American
William J. Cooper, Jr. The president of the doomed Confederate States of America is often perceived as more a symbol than a man. With elegant writing and an impressive depth of research, the author restores the man, giving us a fully realized biography of this complex figure. "Biography on a grand scale, the most comprehensive treatment of Davis and his times yet to appear." - Los Angeles Times.

An Honorable Defeat
The Last Days of the Confederate Government. William C. Davis. This is the story of the four months that saw the surrender of the South and the assassination of Lincoln by Southern partisans. It is also the story of two men who struggled to achieve their own differing visions for the South: Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederate States, who vowed never to surrender; and General John C. Breckinridge, Secretary of War, who hoped pragmatism would save the shattered remnants of the land he loved so dearly. 512 pgs., 25 B&W photos, 6"x 9", sfbd.
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Jefferson Davis and His Generals: The Failure of Confederate Command in the West (Modern War Studies)
Steven E Woodworth. Winner of the Fletcher Pratt Award, this book reveals Davis to be an experienced, talented, and courageous leader who, nevertheless, undermined the Confederacy's cause in the trans-Appalachian west, where the South lost the war. "Brings alive the whole landscape of the Confederate war in the west in a clear and persuasive fashion. Exceptionally well written. - Journal of Military History.

Jefferson Davis in Blue: The Life of Sherman's Relentless Warrior
This book brings order to the muddle of contradictions that was Davis's life and offers an impartial profile of the soldier and the man. It describes his distinguished service in the Mexican War and at Fort Sumter, traces his rapid advancement to general officer, and follows his post-war career first as a commissioner with the Freedmen's Bureau and then as an influential commander in territorial Alaska.

Last Train South: The Flight of the Confederate Government from Richmond
Clark. In this book, you'll read how Jefferson Davis and members of his cabinet attempted to set up new capitals after the fall of Richmond but were ultimately captured by Union forces. Includes, sketches and maps drawn by an artist traveling with Davis.

Judah P. Benjamin: Confederate Statesman
Meade. A favorite of Jefferson Davis, Judah P. Benjamin has been described as "the brains of the Confederacy." This book chronicles his birth in the Virgin Islands, his rise to power as a lawyer and politician in south Louisiana, his election to the U.S. Senate in the 1850s, his outspoken role in the secession controversy, his friendship with Davis, his prominent role in the Confederate government, his daring escape after Appomattox, and his brilliant second law career in England after the war.

 

Jefferson Davis and the Civil War Era
With his masterpiece, Jefferson Davis, American, William J. Cooper, Jr., crafted a sweeping, definitive biography and established himself as the foremost scholar on the intriguing Confederate president. Cooper narrows his focus considerably in Jefferson Davis and the Civil War Era, aiming his expert eye specifically on Davis's participation in and influence on events central to the American Civil War. More...

Was Jefferson Davis Right?
Jefferson Davis, captured, imprisoned, and charged with 1) conspiracy and culpability in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln; 2) conspiracy to cause the deaths of Northern P.O.W.'s at Andersonville, Georgia, a detention camp; 3) participating in and attempting to assist in the growth of the system of slavery; and 4) treason against the United States of America, was never afforded his constitutional right to a trial.
ISBN-10: 156554370X

The South Was Right!
An authoritative and documented study of the mythology behind Civil War history, clearly exhibiting how the South was an independent country invaded, captured, and still occupied by a vicious aggressor. ISBN-10: 1565540247

Bloody Crimes LP: The Chase for Jefferson Davis and the Death Pageant for Lincoln's Corpse
On the morning of April 2, 1865, Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy, received a telegram from General Robert E. Lee. There is no more time—the Yankees are coming, it warned. Shortly before midnight, Davis boarded a train from Richmond and fled the capital, setting off an intense and thrilling chase in which Union cavalry hunted the Confederate president.
ISBN-10: 0061979201

Bloody Times: The Funeral of Abraham Lincoln and the Manhunt for Jefferson Davis
New York Times bestselling author of Manhunt James L. Swanson creates an adaptation for young people of his adult book Bloody Crimes, a suspense-filled thriller that sheds light on two fallen leaders of the North and South. One man, President Lincoln, assassinated, on his way to the grave. Another man, the president of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis, on the run, soon to be sent to prison. Their actions forever changed the history of a nation.
ISBN-10: 0061560898

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