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  • Amidon, Ervan L. (Ervan Lloyd), 1921- Ralph W. Amidon, Civil War soldier of Steuben County, New York : his ancestors and descendants / compiled by Ervan L. Amidon. Traverse City, Mich. : E. L. Amidon, 1986. Includes index.
  • Bidwell, Frederick David. History of the Forty-ninth New York Volunteers. Comp. by Frederick David Bidwell ... Albany, J.B. Lyon Company, Printers, 1916. Includes Muster roll.
  • Boudrye, Louis N. Historic records of the Fifth New York Cavalry : first Ira Harris Guard ...[with] interesting accounts of prison life and of the secret service, complete lists of its officers and men / by Rev. Louis N. Boudrye, chaplain of the regiment. Albany, N.Y. : S.R. Gray, 1865.
  • Bowen, James Riley, 1834- Regimental history of the First New York Dragoons (originally the 130th N. Y. Vol. Infantry) during three years of active service in the great Civil War, by Rev. J. R. Bowen ... [Battle Creek, Mich.] The Author, 1900.
  • Brown, Richard Carl, 1919- Erie County and the Civil War, by Richard C. Brown. [Buffalo, N.Y.] Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society [1973]
  • Cheney, Newel, 1836?- History of the ninth regiment, New York volunteer cavalry. War of 1861 to 1865. Complied from letters, diaries, recollections and official records, by Newel Cheney. Poland Center, N.Y., 1901. Includes supplement.
  • Church, Sanford Elias, 1815-1880. Speech by Hon. Sanford E. Church, at Batavia, October 13, 1863. [Batavia? N.Y. ] 1863.
  • Clark, L. H. (Lewis H.) Military history of Wayne County, N.Y. : Military register. Wayne County in the Civil War, 1861-1865 / By Lewis H. Clark. Sododus, N. Y. : Lewis H. Clark, Hulett & Gaylord [1883] Cooper, A. (Alonzo), 1830-1919. In and out of rebel prisons / by A. Cooper. Alexandria, Va. : Time-Life Books, 1893. Includes index.
  • Cowan, Edgar, 1815-1885. Speech of Hon. Edgar Cowan, of Pennsylvania, in the Senate of the United States, June 27, 1864, on Mr. Trumbull's amendment repealing the joint resolution of July 17, 1862, qualifying the confiscation act and limiting forfeitures under it to the life of the offender. [New York, 1864].
  • Cunningham, John Lovell, 1840- Three years with the Adirondack regiment, 118th New York volunteers infantry, from the diaries and other memoranda of John L. Cunningham, Major 118th New York volunteers infantry, brevet lieutenant colonel United States volunteers. [Norwood, Mass., The Plimpton press] 1920.
  • Hall, Hillman Allyn, 1835-1914. History of the Sixth New York Cavalry (Second Ira Harris Guard) Second Brigade C First Division C Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac, 1861-1865; compiled from letters, diaries, recollections and official records by Committee on regimental history, Major Hillman A. Hall, chairman, Regt. Qr. Mr. Sgt. W. B. Besley, treasurer, Sgt. Gilbert G. Wood, historian. Worcester, Mass. the Blanchard press, 1908.
  • Irwin, Richard Bache. History of the Nineteenth army corps, by Richard B. Irwin. New York [etc.] G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1892.
  • Meyer, Henry Coddington, 1844-1935. Civil War experiences under Bayard, Gregg, Kilpatrick, Custer, Raulston, and Newberry, 1862, 1863, 1864, by Henry C. Meyer. Priv. print. New York, [Putnam] 1911. (Note: Narrative of service in the 2d and 24th Regiments, New York Cavalry.)
  • Norton, Chauncey S. "The red neck ties," or, History of the Fifteenth New York Volunteer Cavalry, containing a record of the battles, skirmishes, marches, etc. that the regiment participated in from its organization in August, 1863, to the time its discharge in August, 1865. Compiled and edited by Chauncey S. Norton. Ithaca, Journal book and job printing house, 1891.
  • Phisterer, Frederick, 1836-1909. New York in the War of the rebellion, 1861-1865. Albany, Weed, Parsons, 1890.
  • Seward, William Henry, 1801-1872. Speeches of William H. Seward September 4, 1860 to November 2, 1860. [Albany? N.Y. The Evening Journal?, 1860].
  • Seymour, Horatio, 1810-1886. Speech of Hon. Horatio Seymour, before the Democratic Union state convention, at Albany, September 10th, 1862, on receiving the nomination for governor; also, his speech delivered at the Albany convention, Jan. 31st, 1861. New York, Van Evrie, Horton & Co., 1862.
  • Stevenson, James H., 1833- "Boots and saddles." A history of the first volunteer cavalry of the war, known as the First New York (Lincoln) Cavalry, and also as the Sabre regiment. Its organization, campaigns, and battles. By Jas. H. Stevenson. Harrisburg, Patriot Publishing Co., 1879.
  • Swayne, Wager, 1834-1902. The Ordinance of 1787 and the War of 1861. An address delivered before the New York Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion, by Wager Swayne ... New York, Printed by C.G. Burgoyne [1892].
  • Swett, J. B. Deeds of the Eighth N. Y. Cavalry. Being a brief record of the engagements participated in by the Eighth Regiment of New York State Volunteer Cavalry, from the time of its organization in 1861, to the close of the rebellion, in 1865 / written by a member of the regiment [J.B. Swett] Rochester, N. Y. : Robt. Dransfield, Book and Job Printer, 1865.


  • Ruttenber, Edward Manning, 1825-1907. History of the town of New Windsor, Orange County, N. Y. / by Edward M. Ruttenber. Newburgh, N.Y. : Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands, 1911. Includes indexes. (Note: Civil War registers.) 1 reel (part).

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