Picks and Pans Review: Further Reading

updated 11/12/1990 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 11/12/1990 AT 01:00 AM EST

>Other recent books on the Civil War:

Under Two Flags by William M. Fowler Jr. (Norton, $22.50)—the naval war.

The Road to Disunion by William W. Freehling (Oxford, $30)—the secessionist movement, 1776-1854.

The Civil War Battlefield Guide, edited by Frances H. Kennedy (Houghton Mifflin, $29.95; paper, $16.95)—covers 60 sites.

Grant: Memoirs and Selected Letters, edited by Mary Drake McFeely and William S. McFeely, and Sherman: Memoirs, edited by Charles Royster (The Library of America, $35 each)—the experiences of the two Union generals, in their words.

The Lees of Virginia by Paul C. Nagel (Oxford, $24.95)—seven generations' worth, including Robert E.

America in 1857 by Kenneth M. Stampp (Oxford, $29.95)—a prewar panorama.

Mosby's Rangers by Jeffry D. Wert (Simon and Schuster, $22.95)—the Confederate guerrillas, the 43rd Battalion of Virginia Cavalry.

Mother, May You Never See the Sights I Have Seen by Warren Wilkinson (HarperCollins, $30)—the 57th Massachusetts Veteran Volunteers in the war's final year.

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