For more than 20 years, Reb Acres has been Virginia’s source for military antiques and civil war collectibles. Located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, we offer the finest Civil War collectibles to our clients, with an all-inclusive catalog of memorabilia.
American history lives at Reb Acres, with an extensive collection of Civil War books, magazines, and other accounts of the battles and fighting that nearly tore apart the nation. We have everything a Civil War scholar is looking for, from muskets and pistols to Union and Confederate documents and uniforms. If it was used in the Civil War, Reb Acres can get it for you.
Browse our catalog or our Civil War almanac and see what Reb Acres has in store for you. For any questions about our Civil War collectibles and antiques, contact us by phone or fill out our online contact form.
Confederate General Braxton Bragg successfully withdraws Southern troops from Kentucky where Federals under General Buell continue to make their presence felt following the battle of Perryville on 8 - 9 October.
General Hood's army is in Gadsden, Alabama, preparing to go to Guntersville and from there on to Tennessee. General Sherman's troops are in Gaylesville, Alabama, just west of Rome, Georgia. From here, the Union general feels hecan protect both Chattanooga and Atlanta from Confederate threat.
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