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“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

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The Three of Hearts

The Three of Hearts: Stories of World War II from Southeast Iowa

Compiled by Larry Cuddeback and Cheyenne Miller. This is a sequel to the authors' very popular compilation of World War II stories from southeast Iowa, WE LUCKY FEW, published in 2012. ....read more.







From Vicksburg to Cedar Creek

From Vicksburg to Cedar Creek: The 22nd Iowa Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War

By Thomas P. McKenna. The first comprehensive history of the 22nd Iowa Infantry to be published in over 100 years. Available in both paperback and cloth with dustjacket ....read more.





This Jolly Little Gunboat

This Jolly Little Gunboat: The USS Winona on the Gulf Coast and Mississippi River, 1861-1863

Edited by Patrick E. Purcell, with a foreword by Edwin C. Bearss. The edited diary of seaman Montgomery P. Griffis, covering two years of operations on the Gulf Coast and Mississippi River on the Unadilla-class Federal gunboat Winona....read more.




Coming Soon

The March to the River: From the Battle of Pea Ridge to Helena, Spring 1862


By Robert Schultz. The first in-depth study of the campaign that followed the victory of the Union Army of the Southwest at the Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas (March 7-8, 1862), comprising numerous primary accounts and previously unpublished maps.