Illinois
  • Barker, Lorenzo A, 1839- Military history (Michigan Boys) Company "D" 66th Illinois : Birge's Western Sharpshooters in the Civil War, 1861-1865 / Lorenzo A. Barker. Reed City, MI : [s.n.], 1905?
     
  • Burley, Augustus Harris. The Cairo expedition : Illinois first response in the late Civil War--the expedition from Chicago to Cairo / by Hon. Augustus Harris Burley. Chicago : Fergus Printing Co., 1892.
     
  • Burton, William L., 1928- Descriptive bibliography of Civil War manuscripts in Illinois, by William L. Burton. [Evanston, Ill.] Published for the Civil War Centennial Commission of Illinois [Springfield] by Northwestern University Press [1966]
     
  • Coatsworth, Stella S. Flood. The loyal people of the North-west, a record of prominent persons, places and events, during eight years of unparalleled American history. By Stella S. Coatsworth, with an introductory note by Rev. T. M. Eddy. Illustrated with fine steel engravings. Chicago, Church, Goodman & Donnelley, printers, 1869.
     
  • Cole, Arthur Charles, 1886- The era of the civil war, 1848-1870, by Arthur Charles Cole. Springfield, Illinois centennial commission, 1919. Includes bibliography.
     
  • Eddy, Thomas Mears, 1823-1874. The patriotism of Illinois. A record of the civil and military history of the state in the war for the Union, with a history of the campaigns in which Illinois soldiers have been conspicuous, sketches of distinguished officers, the roll of the illustrious dead, movements of the sanitary and Christian commissions. by T. M. Eddy ... Chicago, Clarke & co., 1865-66.
     
  • Hicken, Victor, 1921- Illinois in the Civil War. Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 1966. Includes bibliography.
     
  • Illinois. Shiloh Battlefield Commission. Illinois at Shiloh; report of the Shiloh battlefield commission and ceremonies at the dedication of the monuments erected to mark the positions of the Illinois commands engaged in the battle; the story of the battle, by Stanley Waterloo. Comp. by Major George Mason, secretary of the commission. [Chicago, M.A. Donohue & co., printer, 1905?]
     
  • Jamison, Matthew H., 1840- Recollections of pioneer and army life, by Matthew H. Jamison, lieutenant E company, Tenth regiment, Illinois veteran volunteer infantry ... Kansas City, Hudson Press [1911]
     
  • Praus, Alexis A. Confederate soldiers, sailors, and civilians who died as prisoners of war at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Ill., 1862-1875. Compiled with an introd. by Alexis A. Praus. Kalamazoo, Mich., E. Gray Publications [1968?] (Note: Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago.)
     
  • United States. Army. Illinois Infantry Regiment, 73rd (1862-1865) A history of the Seventy-third Regiment of Illinois Infantry Volunteers : its services and experiences in camp, on the march, on the picket and skirmish lines, and in many battles of the war, 1861-65. Embracing an account of the movement from Columbia to Nashville, and the battles of Spring hill and Franklin. Published by authority of the Regimental reunion association of survivors of the 73d Illinois Infantry Volunteers. [Springfield, Ill., c1890]. (Note cover-title: The preacher regiment 1862-65; Binder's title: "Persimmon regiment.")
     
  • Williamson County Centennial Association. Souvenir program of the Williamson County centennial celebration, Fairgrounds, Marion, Illinois, August 26th - September 1st [1939]. Includes A thrilling Williamson county incident of the Civil War, by Mrs. John A. Logan.
     
  • Woodruff, George H., 1814- Fifteen years ago; or, The patriotism of Will County, designed to preserve the names and memory of Will County soldiers, both officers and privates - both living and dead: to tell something of what they did, and of what they suffered, in the great struggle to preserve our nationality. By George H. Woodruff ... Joliet, Pub. for the author by J. Goodspeed, 1876.

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