The Quotable Stonewall Jackson

Stonewall Jackson was a fun-loving father and husband, a superb military officer, and a non-slave owning Unionist who detested slavery and joined the Confederate army to preserve the original Constitution.  But you needn’t take our word for it. Read Mr. Seabrook's book to discover for yourself!

421 pages, pb.

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The League of The South Papers

These essays have heretofore been available separately in pamphlet form. Now, we have put them together under one cover. While initially intended to stand alone, they work together seamlessly, one after another, because of a common, underlying theme: opposition to the historical phenomenon of cultural amalgamation and political centralisation called "Americanity," or—as we in the League prefer—simply, Southern nationalism.

296 pages, pb.

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The Encyclopedia of the Battle of Franklin
by Lochlainn Seabrook

The Encyclopedia of the Battle of Franklin is the ultimate guidebook for all those interested in this truly momentous conflict. For tourists it's an imperative traveling companion; for Civil War buffs and scholars an indispensable reference; for history students an essential educational tool; and for the casual reader a fascinating chronicle of one of American history’s most significant political and military struggles.

920 pages, pb.

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The Constitution of the Confederate
States of America Explained.

by Lochlainn Seabrook

In an effort to remind us of what we have lost, as well as what we might regain in the future, award-winning author and Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook has brought this important document back to life in his educational new book The Constitution of the Confederate States of America Explained.

161 pages, pb.

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Forgotten Conservatives in American History
by Brion McClanahan and Clyde N. Wilson

A series of biographical vignettes on forgotten American conservatives provides clear insight into what truly constitutes American conservatism. From M. E. Bradford, John C. Calhoun, and Grover Cleveland to Sam Ervin, William Faulkner, and James Jackson, the authors argue that American conservatism is based on eight core values: decentralization, sound money, light taxes, states’ rights, low debt, family, community, and independence, both at home and abroad. To those looking for context among the various competing visions and directions of modern American conservatism, this book serves a guidepost.

200 pages, hb.

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Nathan Bedford Forrest: Southern Hero, American Patriot
by Lochlainn Seabrook

Nathan Bedford Forrest’s critics have called him everything from a violent backwoodsman, illiterate redneck, and cruel slaver, to a crooked politician, unfaithful husband, and simple-minded hillbilly.  However, traditional unreconstructed writers, like Southern historian and award-winning Tennessee author Lochlainn Seabrook, know that General Forrest was none of these things.  In fact, he was quite the opposite, as is revealed in Seabrook’s classic work, Nathan Bedford Forrest: Southern Hero, American Patriot.

114 pages, pb.

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Honest Jeff and Dishonest Abe:
by Lochlainn Seabrook

If you’re a Southern parent who’s fed up with the Yankee myths, distortions, lies, and anti-South propaganda your child is being taught at school about the Civil War, then Honest Jeff and Dishonest Abe is for you.  Award-winning author and Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook, one of the world’s leading pro-South writers, has created an incomparable guide specifically for Southern children, one that teaches them the Truth about Lincoln’s War - from the South’s perspective!

318 pages, pb.

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Give 'Em Hell Boys!:
by Lochlainn Seabrook

Nathan Bedford Forrest is best known for his role as a Confederate officer in the American War for Southern Independence.  While most Forrest biographies discuss his military career in great detail, what they do not provide is the General’s own perspective of the conflict.  In his one-of-a-kind book, Give ’Em Hell Boys! The Complete Military Correspondence of Nathan Bedford Forrest, Forrest scholar, Forrest relation, and award-winning author Lochlainn Seabrook handily remedies this situation.

310 pages, pb.

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The Old Rebel:
by Lochlainn Seabrook

Why in the 21st Century should we care about “the Old Rebel” Robert E. Lee, a Victorian who was old fashioned even during his own time, and who died nearly 150 years ago? Why a book about how his peers saw him, when the world he lived in disappeared long ago, making his life and death seemingly meaningless to those of us living in the modern era?

260 pages, pb.

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The Quotable Nathan Bedford Forrest:
by Lochlainn Seabrook

Though Nathan Bedford Forrest was not a writer, had little formal education, never authored a book, and was not a professional speaker, he did leave us with a number of witty comments, profound words, and sublime statements.

130 pages, pb.

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The Quotable Robert E. Lee:
by Lochlainn Seabrook

Whether you are new to the “Great Virginian” or a longtime fan, award-winning Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook’s book, The Quotable Robert E. Lee: Selections From the Writings and Speeches of the South’s Most Beloved Civil War General, will be a revelation. Writers, teachers, scholars, speakers, preachers, lecturers, and historians will find this compact book of literary gems of inestimable value.

252 pages, pb.

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The Unquotable Abraham Lincoln:
by Lochlainn Seabrook

If we’re to believe the nearly 20,000 books that have been written about President Lincoln by pro-North historians, he was an ardent abolitionist, a Bible-believing Christian, and a Constitution-loving conservative who headed the most ethical administration in U.S. history, preserved the Union, ended American slavery, and became the black man’s greatest champion by granting him full civil and equal rights. In fact, according to Lincoln’s own words, nothing could be further from the truth.

148 pages, pb.

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The Quotable Jefferson Davis:
by Lochlainn Seabrook

Who was America’s most important Civil War president? For those of us who live in the South it wasn’t Abraham Lincoln, it was Jefferson Davis. If you’re not as familiar with Davis as you are with Lincoln, it’s not surprising: when the Northern victors rewrote the history of the Civil War, they glorified liberal Lincoln while all but ignoring conservative Davis.

120 pages, pb.

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Confederate Alphabet:
by Rickey E. Pittman

This educational alphabet book captures the confederate soldier’s experience during the War Between the States. Children will learn historical facts and about the spirit of the South and what inspired these men to fight for what they believed in.

32 pp. 8 1/2 x 11 31 color illus.

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The McGavocks of Carnton Plantation
by Lochlainn Seabrook

In The McGavocks of Carnton Plantation, Southern historian, former Carnton docent, McGavock relation, and bestselling author Lochlainn Seabrook digs deep into the history of the McGavocks, providing facts, material, and topics that you will not find in any other book or on any historical tour.

1,050 pages

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Lincoln's Marxists
by Al Benson, Jr. and Walter Donald Kennedy

In 1865, Karl Marx, author of the Communist Manifesto, praised Lincoln as a “single-minded son of the working class.” This book examines why Marx - and other socialists - supported Mr. Lincoln’s War and notes his negative influence on modern society. Firsthand accounts and insight from notable historians shatter contemporary views of both the sixteenth president and the early Republicans.

288 pages

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LINCOLNOLOGY
by Lochlainn Seabrook

There are two Abraham Lincolns: Lincoln the political celebrity, whose image has been carefully crafted by Lincoln scholars, biographers, and mythographers, and the true Lincoln, whose actual words are almost completely unknown to the general public. Why are they not known? Because they have been concealed, ignored, or misconstrued by Lincoln apologists.

1,050 pages. PB.

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Everything You Were Taught About The Civil War Is Wrong
by Lochlainn Seabrook

Everything You Were Taught About the Civil War is Wrong, Ask a Southerner! is the book that every Civil War house, museum, gift shop, and Website has been waiting for, and that every Civil War buff and student of history has been asking for!

260 pages. PB.

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Yankee Babylon American Dream. American Nightmare.
by MacDonald King Aston

Yankee Babylon is unique in its sphere of historical, cultural, and ideological analysis. The author aims at nothing less than a complete exposé of the propaganda spread from New England from the 1600s to modern times.

468 pages. PB.

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A Rebel Born A Defense of Nathan Bedford Forrest
by Lochlainn Seabrook

General Nathan Bedford Forrest was a brave and ingenious Confederate officer who won all but one of the battles he led; a philanthropist who gave generously to family, friends, and charities; and a humanitarian who not only spared the lives of numerous Yankees on the battlefield, but who freed his slaves years before Lincoln issued his fake and illegal Emancipation Proclamation.

822 pages. PB.

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Nullifying Tyranny Creating Moral Communities in an Immoral Society
by James and Walter Kennedy

From the authors of the provocative affirmation The South Was Right!, follows another powerful book. Nullifying Tyranny is a call to action that cogently asserts James Ronald Kennedy and Walter Donald Kennedy’s conservative beliefs and takes aim at the ever-expanding U.S. government, holding it accountable for the corruption of American society, which they believe is under the control of an anti-Christian secular humanist element.

176 pages. PB.

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Abraham Lincoln - The Southern View
by Lochlainn Seabrook

Nearly everything you’ve been taught about Abraham Lincoln comes from Northern authors and publishers. But if you want to know who he really was, you’ll need to read about him from the Southern perspective. In Abraham Lincoln: The Southern View, unreconstructed Southern historian and award-winning Tennessee author Lochlainn Seabrook provides an in-depth look at our sixteenth president as seen through the eyes of Dixie.

650 pages. Soft Cover. Currently in Stock.

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The Education of Chauncey Doolittle
by James Everette Kibbler

In this novel from James Everett Kibler, Kildee's General Store has been the heart and soul of Clay Bank, South Carolina, for ages, but Kildee is tired and ready to bow to inevitable "progress." Chauncey Doolittle, who every day finds a reason to drop in and idle away the hours in conversation with other townsfolk, is thrown into crisis by the idea of the store closing. Maybe the town can do something about it. This novel, by the winner of the 1999 Fellowship of Southern Writers Award for Nonfiction, examines the true meaning of community.

288 pages. Hardback. Currently in Stock.

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The Best of The Southern Patriot:
In Quest of Self-Government.

An edited collection from past issues of the League of the South newsletter, 1994-2000. A spirited defence of the South, past and present, and a spur to future action.

“An inspiring collection of essays by the South’s finest unreconstructed writers, scholars, and plain folk, who together define what The League of the South is all about. Published previously, but never under one cover. Stunning.” ––Dr. Michael Hill, President, League of the South

240 pages. Softcover. Published by Crown Rights Book Company. $20.00 postpaid.

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The Grey Book
Blueprint For Southern Independence

Has the US government reached the point of no return? Is it beyond reform? Within the pages of The Grey Book readers will be presented with a powerful and persuasive argument that not only can the US government not be reformed, but that the only sane solution is for the people to separate themselves from it entirely.

If there is one book you must read to understand today's Southern independence movement, it is The Grey Book. [170 pages, soft cover]

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Celtic Warfare
by Dr. J. Michael Hill

Since earliest times, the strategy and tactics of the Celts in battle has exhibited a suprising continuity. This book provides for the first time a comprehensive study of the way in which the Celtic peoples fought.

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Fire and Sword: Sorley Boy MacDonnell and the Rise of Clan Ian Mor, 1538-90
by Dr. J. Michael Hill

Scotland and Ireland produced the best fighting men in Europe from the 16th through the 18th centuries. One these was Sorley Boy McDonnell (1510-1590). Fire & Sword centers upon the tumultuous life and career of McDonnell, whose sagacious leadership made Clan Ian Mor a major force in the development of the Celtic heartland in the 16th century. [hardcover, 321 pages]

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by Dr. J. Michael Hill

For a limited time, own both Celtic Warfare and Fire and Sword for the special price of $40.00 Post Paid when ordered together!

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Reclaiming Liberty
James R. Kennedy

Recognizing that special interests--both liberal and conservative--participating in the spoils of our current government have failed to defend Americans’ personal freedoms, James Ronald Kennedy has issued this call to action. [342 pages, Hardback]

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Myths of American Slavery
Walter D. Kennedy

Armed with an open mind and a wealth of historical sources, Kennedy tackles the most common misconceptions and misrepresentations about slavery in America. Indeed, one of the first issues Kennedy addresses is the extent to which slavery flourished and persisted throughout North America, not just in the Southern states. He also reveals how New Englanders, despite their contemporary reputation as uniform abolitionists, really treated slaves, before and after emancipation. Other topics include indentured servitude; biblical, Christian, and moral arguments regarding slavery; and how slavery relates to modern race discrimination. [288 pages, Hardcover]

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The South Was Right!
James R. & Walter D. Kennedy

Ronald and Donald Kennedy have gotten to the root of post-Civil War dissent. Much of Civil War history is untrue because like most history, it is written by the victor. The story we hear is that hundreds of thousands of Southern men went to war over an issue that only affected six percent of the population. [Hardback 448 pages. ]

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Why Not Freedom?
James R. & Walter D. Kennedy

James Ronald Kennedy and Walter Donald Kennedy assert that Americans have been led astray by the bureaucratic political machine, the liberal media, and the “politically correct” educational establishment. They describe how individual liberties have been degraded, how status-quo politicians keep themselves in power with your tax dollars, and how the very foundations of middle-class America--from its work ethic to its religious principles--are threatened. [384 pages. PB]

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Was Jefferson Davis Right?
James R. & Walter D. Kennedy

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.

Now Jefferson Davis will have his day in court as the authors present the evidence to the jury-their readers. After hearing the case, readers will be able to cast their ballots on the authors' Web site to determine Davis' guilt or innocence . . . to answer the question: Was Jefferson Davis Right? [320 pages. PB]

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Child To The Waters
by Dr. James E. Kibler

The South has long been home to unique and enduring tales. Too often, these fables are obscured by the region’s colorful past. It is rare that an author touches on such a tender history and brings forth a collection so rewarding and poignant. James Everett Kibler has captured the essence of Southern writing in this remarkably touching anthology of fables. [Hardcover]

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Our Father's Fields
by Dr. James E. Kibler

When traveler, scholar, and poet James Everett Kibler purchased a dilapidated South Carolina plantation in 1989, he had no idea that the rehabilitation of the property would include the unearthing of a remarkable American saga about Southern land and the people who lived on it. Part epic, part history, part memoir, this superb tale of the Hardy family is richly detailed, providing the reader with a glimpse of agrarian life as it was for two hundred years along the hilly, fertile lands of the Tyger River.

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Walking Toward Home
by Dr. James E. Kibler

Acutely aware of lifetimes of missed opportunities and mistakes, the characters in James Everett Kibler’s new novel unconsciously hold on to a persistent hope. Walking Toward Home presents snapshots of small-town people as they continue to care for the living while mourning the dead in ways that are not uniquely Southern, but universal in purpose. The magnetism of the local country store attracts a diverse group of neighbors who tell stories and impart wisdom that was earned the hard way. [228 pages, Hardback]

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