For more than 23 years, Bellegrove Publishing Company has been proudly carrying testimonies from living sources of our American history. With award-winning author William B. Styple at the fore, we bring you tales of great and terrible battles, honest and heartwarming letters to friends and family, and the innermost thoughts of veterans who fought and lived to tell their tales throughout the Civil War.
Let your mind be captivated as you follow along the path of The Little Bugler, the 12-year old child who later became a decorated veteran at the age of 15. Feel your heart move as you read the touching letters of Major-General Regis de Trobriand, the French gentleman and socialite who relocated his family to the United States and proudly served his newfound country throughout the duration of the war.
Our DVD publications also allow for a unique opportunity to see war heroes of the time. Watch stunning, never-before-seen footage of Confederate and Union soldiers as they recount their Civil War days with laughter and tears. Watch as once-bitterly opposed enemies now stand together, united under one nation.
Bellegrove Publishing Company was founded in 1988 with the purpose of providing rare, previously unpublished material on the American Civil War, which lasted from 1861 to 1865.
About the Author, William B. Styple
William B. Styple is a graduate of Catawba College, and for over 30 years, he has edited, co-authored, and authored nearly 20 works on the American Civil War.
His book, The Little Bugler, won the Young Readers’ Award from the Civil War Round Table of New York. Styple also produced the video documentary series Echoes of the Blue and Gray. His biography of General Philip Kearny is now available in our online store.