Search CPP

Check out our Sale Page for great deals on one-of-a-kind and out-of-print Civil War books.

Unsolicited Testimonials:

“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


What's New?

General J. O. Shelby at Clarendon, Arkansas

General J. O. Shelby at Clarendon, Arkansas: The Capture and Destruction of the U.S.S.Queen City

By Don Roth

Paperback, 60 pages, illustrated, notes, bibliography, roster.

A new book on this little-known Trans-Mississippi more.

Tales of the War, Part 4

Campaigns of the 20th Iowa Infantry: With Personal Reminiscences of the War

By J. D. Barnes. Edited by M. Lawrence Shannon

356 pages, illustrated, notes, bibliography, roster, index. Available in both paperback and cloth with dust jacket.

Between January 21, 1887, and May 11, 1888, Joseph D. Barnes of Le Claire, Iowa, wrote 66 articles for the Port Byron (IL) Globe, in which he recounted his experiences as a common soldier in the 20th Iowa Volunteer Infantry in the Civil more.

Reminiscences of the 22nd Iowa

Reminiscences of the 22nd Iowa Infantry

by Samuel C. Jones.
We first published a hardcover reprint of this 1907 memoir in 1993. That edition has been out-of-print for a while. A new paperback edition is now more

Tales of the War, Part 4

Confederate “Tales of the War” In the Trans-Mississippi , Part Four: Spring 1864

From Winter Camp to Pleasant Hill and Jenkins' Ferry

Edited by Michael E. Banasik and Brenda F. Banasik

Part 4, with articles dealing with the spring campaigns of 1864, is finally ready more.

The Military Destruction of Slavery in Southeast Missouri

The Military Destruction of Slavery in Southeast Missouri 1861–1864 and the Rise of the USCT

By Bob Schmidt

Bob Schmidt has added another original study to his series of books about the Civil War in southeast Missouri more.