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“I have published two books with Clark Kenyon’s Camp Pope Bookshop and heartily endorse [Jonathan] Cooper-Wiele’s praise for Kenyon’s skill as an editor and publisher. He is an Iowa treasure, and this book is one more example why.” Kenneth Lyftogt, book review of Skim Milk Yankees Fighting

“I mean it, Clark you have been just super, and so patient with our constant little ‘change this and re-do that’ and the results are just terrific, more than I ever imagined. You have made it so easy for us and your advice has always been so helpful.” J. A. McCann, editor of Soldier Life—Many Must Fall

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Major General Joseph King Fenno Mansfield

Major General Jospeph King Fenno Mansfield: A Soldier from Beginning to End

By Laurence Freiheit.

The first, full-length biogrphy of this Union General, killed at the Battle of Antietam...read more.






Tales of the War, Part 5

Confederate "Tales of the War" Part Five: 1864-1865

By Michael Banasik

At last, the final part of Volume VII of Unwitten Chapters of the Civil War West of the River is here...read more.






Brave Men Shouldered Their Muskets

Brave Men Shouldered Their Muskets

By Roxana Currie

Roxana Currie, author of Murder!, and Polk City's Early History, has updated her history of the Polk City, Iowa, men who went to the Civil War. Read more.






Thomas W. Knox

Thomas W. Knox: Civil War Correspondent in Missouri

By Robert G. Schultz

The first year of the war in Missouri as reported by New York Herald correspondent Thomas W. Knox...read more.






Free Child of the Missouri Compromise

Iowa and the Civil War

Volume 1:
Free Child of the Missouri Compromise

By Kenneth L. Lyftogt

It's finally available! Volume 1 of the most comprehensive history of Iowa and the Civil War ever written, and the first in 130 years....read more.



General J. O. Shelby at Clarendon, Arkansas

General J. O. Shelby at Clarendon, Arkansas

By Don Roth
The War as it was fought west of the Mississippi River has perhaps been the least covered of all the aspects of the conflict... read more.