Maps in Published Works

North Carolina Civil War Atlas, by Mark A. Moore

Maps by Mark A. Moore in Published Works

The Jan & Dean Record

2016

The Jan & Dean Record, by Mark A. Moore, Foreword by Brian Wilson (McFarland & Co., 2016).

2015

The Old North State at WarThe Old North State at War: The North Carolina Civil War Atlas, by Mark A. Moore, Jessica Bandel, and Michael Hill. Foreword by Craig Symonds (North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, 2015). Distributed by UNC Press. Winner of the AASLH Leadership in History Award (2016) and the North Caroliniana Book Award (2015)

2014

The Civil War Diary of an Andersonville Survivor“Death Does Seem to Have All he Can Attend To”: The Civil War Diary of an Andersonville Survivor, George A, Hitchcock, Edited by Ronald G. Watson, Foreword by Edwin C. Bearss (McFarland & Co., 2014)

Yankee Dutchmen Under Fire2013

Yankee Dutchmen Under Fire: Civil War Letters from the 82nd Illinois Infantry, Translated and Edited by Joseph R. Reinhart (Kent State University Press, 2013)

The Marrow of Tradition2012

The Marrow of Tradition, by Charles W. Chesnutt, Edited by Werner Sollors (W. W. Norton & Company, 2012)

fisher_usmc_2U.S. Marines in Battle: Fort Fisher, December 1864-January 1865, by David W. Kummer (Deptartment of the Navy, U.S. Marine Corps History Office, 2012)

2011

Bluecoats & Tar HeelsBluecoats & Tar Heels: Soldiers and Civilians in Reconstruction North Carolina, by Mark L. Bradley (University Press of Kentucky, 2011)

North Carolina Troops 1861-1865: A Roster, Volume 19, Senior Reserves and Detailed Men, Edited by Matthew M. Brown and Michael W. Coffey (North Carolina Office of Archives & History, 2011)

2009

Long, Obstinate, and Bloody: The Battle of Guilford CourthouseLong, Obstinate, and Bloody: The Battle of Guilford Courthouse, by Lawrence E. Babits and Joshua B. Howard (UNC Press, 2009)

wilmington-race-riot.307163650_largeA Day of Blood: The 1898 Wilmington Race Riot, by LeRae Sikes Umfleet (North Carolina Office of Archives & History, In Association with the African American Heritgae Commission, Raleigh, 2009)

North Carolina: Change and Tradition in a Southern StateNorth Carolina: Change and Tradition in a Southern State, by William A. Link (Harlan Davidson, 2009)

North Carolina Troops 1861-1865: A RosterNorth Carolina Troops 1861-1865: A Roster, Volume 17, Junior Reserves, Edited by Matthew M. Brown and Michael W. Coffey (North Carolina Office of Archives & History, 2009)

2008

North Carolina Troops 1861-1865: A Roster, Volume 16, Thomas’s Legion, Edited by Matthew M. Brown and Michael W. Coffey (North Carolina Office of Archives & History, 2008)

hayes.251102353_large2007

Hayes: The Plantation, Its People, and Their Papers, by John. G. Zehmer Jr. (North Carolina Office of Archives & History, In Association with the North Caroliniana Society, Chapel Hill, 2007)

2006

encyclopedia-nc.251101822_largeEncyclopedia of North Carolina, Edited by William S. Powell (UNC Press, 2006)

2004

“White Freedom Schools: The White Academy Movement in Eastern North Carolina, 1954-1973,” by Christopher Myers, in The North Carolina Historical Review (Vol. 81, No. 4, 2004)

2003

The Way We Lived in North CarolinaThe Way We Lived in North Carolina, Edited by Joe A. Mobley (UNC Press, 2003)

Paving Tobacco RoadPaving Tobacco Road: A Century of Progress by the North Carolina Department of Transportation, by Walter R. Turner (North Carolina Office of Archives & History, 2003)

“Bentonville: A Bold and Unexpected Attack,” by Mark A. Moore, in Hallowed Ground (Vol. 4, No. 3, 2003)

hg-bentonville.88101016“Willie Hardee and the Confederates’ Last Hurrah at Bentonville,” by Mark L. Bradley, in Hallowed Ground (Vol. 4, No. 3, 2003)

ns6-2.251104619_large“General William P. Carlin and the Nightmare of Bentonville,” by Mark L. Bradley, in North & South (Vol. 6, No. 2, 2003)

“Trading In Lubber Land: Maritime Commerce in Colonial North Carolina,” by Edwin L. Combs III, in The North Carolina Historical Review (Vol. 80, No. 1, 2003)

2002

“‘One Good Port’: Beaufort Harbor, North Carolina, 1863-1864,” by Dan Blair, in The North Carolina Historical Review (Vol. 79, No. 3, 2002)

johnston-defense-richmond.307165444_large1999

Joseph E. Johnston and the Defense of Richmond, by Steven H. Newton (University Press of Kansas, 1999)

fisher_wilmington.76212755The Wilmington Campaign and the Battles for Fort Fisher [Guidebook], by Mark A. Moore (Savas Publishing, 1999)

Fort Anderson: Battle for Wilmington, by Chris E. Fonvielle Jr. (Savas Publishing, 1999)

submarine-warfare.251105045_largeUnion and Confederate Submarine Warfare in the Civil War, by Mark K. Ragan, Foreword by Clive Cussler (Savas Publishing, 1999)

“Comanches on the Warpath: The 35th Battalion Virginia Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign,” by John M. Chapman, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 6, No. 3, 1999)

Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War“‘The Ground Trembled As They Came’: The 1st West Virginia Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign,” by Steven A. Cunningham and Beth A. White, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 6, No. 3, 1999)

“Twice Lost: The 8th Louisiana Volunteers’ Battle Flag at Gettysburg,” by Terry L. Jones, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 6, No. 3, 1999)

1998

Memories of World War I: North Carolina Dough Boys on the Western FrontMemories of World War I: North Carolina Dough Boys on the Western Front, by R. Jackson Marshall III (North Carolina Office of Archives & History, 1998)

“Introduction” by Mark A. Snell, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 6, No. 1, 1998)

“‘Making the Obstinate Stand’: The Battle of Town Creek and the Fall of Wilmington,” by Chris E. Fonvielle Jr., in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 6, No. 1, 1998)

North Carolina Historical Review“Battle in the Swamp: William Cogswell’s Brigade at the Battle of Averasboro,” by James S. Pula, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 6, No. 1, 1998)

“‘Like An Avalanche’: George Stoneman’s 1865 Cavalry Raid,” by Chris J. Hartley, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 6, No. 1, 1998)

“Two Confederate View of Bentonville: The Official Report of Maj. Gen. Henry D. Clayton and a Reminiscence of Col. Henry G. Bunn,” Edited by Mark L. Bradley, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 6, No. 1, 1998)

bentonville.762120521997

The Battle of Bentonville [Guidebook], by Mark A. Moore (Savas Publishing, 1997)

Last Rays of Departing Hope: The Wilmington CampaignLast Rays of Departing Hope: The Wilmington Campaign, by Chris E. Fonvielle Jr. (Savas Publishing, 1997) – A History Book Club Selection

The Peninsula Campaign of 1862: Yorktown to the Seven Days, Volume 3,” Edited by William J. Miller (Savas Publishing, 1997)

peninsula3.251185903_large“Dark Portents: Confederate Command at the Battle of Williamsburg,” by Steven E. Woodworth, in The Peninsula Campaign of 1862: Yorktown to the Seven Days, Volume 3 (Savas Publishing, 1997)

“Federal Cavalry Operations in the Peninsula Campaign,” by Robert O’Neill, in The Peninsula Campaign of 1862: Yorktown to the Seven Days, Volume 3 (Savas Publishing, 1997)

From Ashby to AndersonvilleFrom Ashby to Andersonville: The Civil War Diary and Reminiscences of Private George A. Hitchcock, 21st Massachusetts Infantry, Edited by Ronald Watson (Savas Publishing, 1997)

“Morning Battle at Fox’s Gap, September 14, 1862,” by D. Scott Hartwig, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 5, No. 3, 1997)

“A Day at the Races: The First Virginia (U.S.) Infantry at the Battle of Philippi,” by Mark E. Bell, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 5, No. 4, 1997)

Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War“Remembering the Missouri Campaign of 1861: The Memoirs of Lieutenant William P. Barlow, Guibor’s Battery, Missouri State Guard,” Edited by Jeffrey L. Patrick, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 5, No. 4, 1997)

“Ship Island: The Unwanted Key to the Confederacy,” by Gregory D. Bova, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 5, No. 4, 1997)

“With the Fire Zouaves at First Bull Run: The Narrative of Private Arthur O. Alcock, 11th New York Volunteer Infantry” Edited by Brian C. Pohanka, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 5, No. 4, 1997)

Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War “Clash in the Cornfield: The 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry in the Maryland Campaign,” by George E. Otott, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 5, No. 3, 1997)

“‘A Dear Bought Name’: The 7th West Virginia’s Assault on Bloody Lane,” by David W. Mellott, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 5, No. 3, 1997)

1996

capital-navy.251190814_largeCapital Navy: The Men, Ships and Operations of the James River Squadron, by John M. Coski (Savas Woodbury, 1996)

mylifeintheirishbrigade.251103623_largeMy Life in the Irish Brigade: The Civil War memoirs of Private William McCarter, 116th Pennsylvania Infantry, Edited by Kevin. E. O’Brien (Savas Publishing, 1996)

“The 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment,” by Sgt. Robert T. Mockbee, Edited by John M. Coski, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 5, No. 1, 1996)

“The History of the 40th Georgia Infantry in the Vicksburg Campaign,” by Maj. Raleigh S. Camp, Edited by John M. Coski, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 5, No. 1, 1996)

Last Stand in the Carolinas: The Battle of Bentonville1995

Last Stand in the Carolinas: The Battle of Bentonville, by Mark L. Bradley, Foreword by Edwin C. Bearss (Savas Woodbury, 1995)

Leadership and Command in the American Civil War, Edited by Steven E. Woodworth (Savas Woodbury, 1995)

leadership.251191201_large“The Detachment of Longstreet Considered: Braxton Bragg, James Longstreet, and the Cattanooga Campaign,” by Edward Carr Franks, in Leadership and Command in the American Civil War (Savas Woodbury, 1995)

“A Failure of Command? A Reassessment of the Generalship of Edwin V. Sumner and the Federal II Corps at the Battle of Antietam,” by Marion V. Armstrong, in Leadership and Command in the American Civil War (Savas Woodbury, 1995)

“The Seeds of Disaster: The Generalship of George E. Pickett after the Battle of Gettysburg,” by Lesley J. Gordon, in Leadership and Command in the American Civil War (Savas Woodbury, 1995)

“On Smaller Fields: General P. G. T. Beauregard and the Bermuda Hundred Campaign,” by Steven E. Woodworth, in Leadership and Command in the American Civil War (Savas Woodbury, 1995)

Confederate veteran_1995“On Smaller Fields: Beauregard and the Bermuda Hundred Campaign,” by Steven E. Woodworth, in Confederate Veteran (Vol. 3, No. 3, 1995)

“‘Busted Up and Gone To Hell’: The Assault of the Pennsylvania Reserves at Fredericksburg,” by Frank A. O’Reilly, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 4, No. 4, 1995)

“‘The Glorious Light Went Out Forever’: The Death of Brig. Gen. Thomas R. R. Cobb [Fredericksburg],” by David L. Preston, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War(Vol. 4, No. 4, 1995)

Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War“‘The Breath of Hell’s Door’: Private William McCarter and the Irish Brigade at Fredericksburg,” Edited by Kevin E. O’Brien, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 4, No. 4, 1995)

“Across the River and Into the Streets: The 20th Massachusetts Infantry and the Street Fight for Fredericksburg,” by Richard F. Miller and Robert F. Mooney, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 4, No. 4, 1995)

“Revisiting the Kentucky Campaign: Major General Simon B. Buckner’s Unpublished After-Action Report on the Battle of Perryville,” Edited by Kenneth W. Hafendorfer, in Civil War Regiments: A Journal of the American Civil War (Vol. 4, No. 3, 1995)

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