Personal Narratives

Books:

  • Abbott, Horace R. My escape from Belle Isle / a paper prepared and read before the Michigan Commandry of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States December 5, 1889 by Horace R. Abbott. Detroit, Mich. : Winn & Hammond, 1889.
     
  • Allen, Stanton P., 1849-1901. Down in Dixie; life in a cavalry regiment in the war days, from the Wilderness to Appomattox, by Stanton P. Allen. Illustrated by H. G. Lashey. Boston, D. Lothrop Co., [c1892]
     
  • Anderson, James House, 1833- Life and letters of Judge Thomas J. Anderson and wife, including a few letters from children and others; mostly written during the Civil War; a history. Carefully edited and copiously annotated by James H. Anderson ... [Columbus, Ohio] Press of F. J. Heer, 1904.
     
  • Andrews, Rufus. "Kiss each other for me": the Civil War letters of Rufus Andrews, 1861-1863 / Rufus Andrews. Iron Mountain, Michigan : Mid-Peninsula Library Cooperative, 1979.
     
  • Armes, George Augustus, 1844-1919. Ups and downs of an army officer. Selections. Washington, D.C. : McGill & Wallace, Printers and Publishers, 1900.
     
  • Armes, George Augustus, 1844-1919. Ups and downs of an army officer, by Col. George A. Armes. Washington, D.C., 1900
     
  • Arndt, A. F. R. Reminiscences of an artillery officer. A paper read before Michigan commandery of the Military order of the loyal legion of the U. S. by A. F. R. Arndt... Jan. 2nd, 1890. Detroit, Winn & Hammond, printers, 1890.
     
  • Arnold, Delevan, 1839-1907. Delevan Arnold: a Kalamazoo volunteer in the Civil War. With an introduction by Thomas O. McConnell. Edited by Helen Everett Wood. Kalamazoo, Mich., Kalamazoo Public Museum, 1962. Includes bibliographical footnotes.
     
  • Aughey, John H. (John Hill), 1828-1911. The iron furnace : or, Slavery and secession. By Rev. John H. Aughey, a refugee from Mississippi. Philadelphia, W.S. & A. Martien, 1863.
     
  • Ayers, James T., 1805-1865. The diary of James T. Ayers, Civil War recruiter; ed., with an introd., by John Franklin. Springfield, Printed by authority of the State of Illinois, 1947.
     
  • Bacon, Edward, 1830-1901. Among the cotton thieves / By Edward Bacon. Detroit, Free Press Steam Book and Job Printing House, 1867.
     
  • Bacon, Edward, 1830-1901. Among the cotton thieves. Detroit, Free Press Steam Book and Job Print. House, 1867. [n.p. Committee for the Preservation of the Port Hudson Battlefield, 1962]
     
  • Bailey, George W., 1841-1905. The Civil War diary and biography of George W. Bailey : born March 31, 1841, died February 20, 1905 : served in Company F, Third Regiment, Michigan Volunteer Infantry, June 10, 1861-April 14, 1865 / [compiled by Gerald R. Post]. Colleyville, Tex. : G.R. Post, c1990. Includes bibliographical references.
     
  • Barnes, Al, 1904 - Supper in the Evening. Text illustrations by Bud Weert. Philadelphia, Dorrance, [1968, c1967].
     
  • Bartlett, Harold James, 1835-1883. To the sound of musketry and tap of the drum : a history of Michigan's Battery D through the letters of Artificer Harold J. Bartlett, 1861- 1864 / James G. Genco. Rochester, Mich. : Ray Russell-Books, 1983
     
  • Baughman, Theodore, 1845- The Oklahoma Scout / by Theodore Baughman. Chicago : Homewood, [1886?]
     
  • Beatty, John, 1828-1914. The citizen-soldier, or, Memoirs of a volunteer / by John Beatty. Alexandria, Va. : Time-Life Books, 1983.
     
  • Belknap, Charles Eugene, 1846-1929. Recollections of a bummer. Prepared by Companion Major Charles E. Belknap and read at the states meeting of January 5, 1898. [Washington, 1898]
     
  • Blackford, Susan Leigh Colson, 1835- Letters from Lee's army; or, Memoirs of life in and out of the army in Virginia during the War Between the States. compiled by Susan Leigh Blackford from original and contemporaneous memoirs, correspondence and diaries. Annotated by her husband, Charles Minor Blackford. Edited and abridged for publication by Charles Minor Blackford III. New York, Scribner, 1947.
     
  • Blackford, William Willis, 1831-1905. War years with Jeb Stuart, by Lieut. Colonel W. W. Blackford, C.S.A. New York, Scribner, 1945.
     
  • Bokum, Hermann, 1807-1878. The Testimony of a refugee from east Tennessee / by Hermann Bokum. Philadelphia : Printed for gratuitous distribution, 1863.
     
  • Brock, Sallie A., 1845?- Richmond during the war : four years of personal observation / by a Richmond Lady. [Alexandria, VA : Time-Life Books], 1983.
     
  • Browne, Junius Henri, 1833-1902. Four years in Secessia : adventures within and beyond the Union lines embracing a great variety of facts, incidents, and romance of the war ... / by Junius Henri Browne. Detroit : W.H. Davis, 1866 , c1865.
     
  • Burson, William, 1833- A race for liberty; or, My capture, imprisonment, and escape. By William Burson, of Company A, 32nd regiment. O.V.I. With and introduction by W. B. Derrick ... Wellsville, O., W. G Foster, printer, 1867.
     
  • Burr, Anna Robeson Brown, 1873-1941. Weir Mitchell, his life and letters, by Anna Robeson Burr. New York city, Duffield & company, 1929.
     
  • Butterfield, Ira William, 1915- Civil War letters of George W. Butterfield and the Ira W. Butterfield family, 1862-1865 / compiled by Ira W. Butterfield. Bay City, Mich. : I.W. Butterfield, 1994. Includes indexes. (Transcriptions, copies of original manuscripts.) 2 v.
     
  • Cadwallader, Sylvanus, 1825 or 1826- Three years with Grant, as recalled by war correspondent Sylvanus Cadwallader. Edited, and with an introd. and notes, by Benjamin P. Thomas. New York, Knopf, 1955.
     
  • Chamberlayne, John Hampden, 1838-1882. Ham Chamberlayne - Virginian; letters and papers of an artillery officer in the war for southern independence, 1861-1865; with introd., notes, and index, by his son, C. G. Chamberlayne. Richmond, Va., Press of the Dietz Printing Co., 1932.
     
  • Chetlain, Augustus Louis, 1824-1914. Recollections of seventy years / by Augustus Ls. Chetlain ; brigadier, and brevet major general U.S. vols., Civil War, 1861-1865. Galena, Ill. : The Gazette Publishing Company, 1899.
     
  • Church, Charles H. Civil war letters / by Charles H. Church, Co. "G" 3rd Regt., Michigan Volunteers, written to his parents at Williamston, Michigan. Rose City, Mich. (107 W. Main St., Rose City 48654) : Rose City Area Historical Society, c1987.
     
  • Clark, James I. Chronicles of Wisconsin. [Madison, State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1955-56] Includes bibliographies. (v. 5-6 cover Civil War.) 16 v.
     
  • Coe, Hamlin Alexander, 1840-1899. Mine eyes have seen the glory : combat diaries of Union Sergeant Hamlin Alexander Coe / edited and with an introd. by David Coe. Rutherford [N.J.] : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press [1975]
     
  • The Colton letters : Civil War period, 1861-1865 / compiled and edited by Betsey Gates. Scottsdale, Ariz. : McLane Pub., c1993. Includes index.
     
  • Cooke, John Esten, 1830-1886. Wearing of the gray; being personal portraits, scenes and adventures of the war. By John Esten Cooke ... New York, E.B. Treat & Co.; Baltimore, J.S. Morrow [etc., etc.]; 1867.
     
  • Cooper, A. (Alonzo), 1830-1919. In and out of rebel prisons / by A. Cooper. Alexandria, Va. : Time-Life Books, 1893. Includes index.
     
  • Cort, Charles Edwin, 1841-1903. "Dear friends"; the Civil war letters and diary of Charles Edwin Cort. Compiled and edited with commentaries by Helyn W. Tomlinson. [n.p., 1962]
     
  • Crotty, Daniel G. Four years campaigning in the Army of the Potomac, by ... D. G. Crotty ... Grand Rapids, Mich., Dygert bros. & co., printers, 1874. (Note: story of US. Army. Michigan Infantry Regiment, 3rd)
     
  • Cummings, Charles L., 1848- The great war relic. Valuable as a curiosity of the rebellion. Together with a sketch of my life, service in the Army, and how I lost my feet since the war; also, many interesting incidents illustrative of the life of a soldier. Comp. and sold by Chas. L. Cummings. [n.p., n.d.]
     
  • Cummins, Simon Burdick, 1843-1928. Give God the glory : memoirs of a Civil War soldier / edited by Melvin Jones. [Grand Rapids, MI : Paris Press, 1979]
     
  • Currie, George E. Warfare along the Mississippi; the letters of Lieutenant Colonel George E. Currie. Edited by Norman E. Clarke, Sr. Mount Pleasant, Clark Historical Collection, Central Michigan University [1961]. Includes bibliography.
     
  • Custer, Elizabeth Bacon, 1842-1933. The Civil War memories of Elizabeth Bacon Custer : reconstructed from her diaries and notes / by Arlene Reynolds. Austin : University of Texas Press, c1994. Includes bibliographical references and index.
     
  • Daniels, John. Marching through Georgia, 1864-1865. Diary (copy) with brief, detailed entries from mustering in to mustering out. Describes movements and countryside of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Georgia, South Carolina and North carolina. Also discusses burning of the countryside, food, a battle at Savannah, and railroads. Includes brief service history.
     
  • Devol, Hiram Fosdick, 1831- Biographical Sketch [by] H. F. Devol. Illustrated by Florence W. Devol. Kansas City, Mo., Hudson-Kimberly Pub. Co., 1903.
     
  • Dicey, Edward, 1832-1911. Six Months in the Federal States... London, Cambridge, Macmillan and Co., 1863.
     
  • Dodge, William Sumner. Robert Henry Hendershot; or, The brave drummer boy of the Rappahannock. By William Sumner Dodge... Chicago, Church and Goodman, 1867.
     
  • Dornbusch, C. E. (Charles Emil), 1907- Regimental publications & personal narratives of the Civil War; a checklist compiled by C. E Dornbusch. New York, New York Public Library, 1961.
     
  • Douglas, Henry Kyd, 1838-1903. I rode with Stonewall, being chiefly the war experiences of the youngest member of Jackson's staff from the John Brown raid to the hanging of Mrs. Surratt [by] Henry Kyd Douglas ... Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina press [c1940] Includes bibliographical note and "notes".
     
  • Dudley, Henry Walbridge, 1840-. Autobiography. Menasha, Wis., G. Banta Pub. Co. [1914?]
     
  • Duvergier de Hauranne, Ernest, 1843-1877. Huit mois en Amerique. English. A Frenchman in Lincoln's America 'Huit mois en Amerique : lettres et notes de voyage, 1864-1865 / by Ernest Duvergier de Hauranne ; translated and edited by Ralph H. Bowen ; with introd. and notes by Ralph H. Bowen and Albert Krebs. Chicago : Lakeside Press 1974-1975. Includes indexes.
     
  • Duvergier de Hauranne, Ernest, 1843-1877. Huit mois en Amerique : lettres et notes de voyage, 1864-1865 / par Ernest Duvergier de Hauranne. Paris : Lacroix, Verboeckhoven, 1866.
     
  • Early, Jubal Anderson, 1816-1894. Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Earl, C.S.A. Autobiographical sketch and narrative of the war between the states, with notes by R.H. Early. Philadelphia, London, J.B. Lippincott Company, 1912.
     
  • Edmonds, S. Emma E. (Sarah Emma Evelyn), 1841-1898. Nurse and spy in the Union Army : comprising the adventures and experiences of a woman in hospitals, camps, and battle-fields, by S. Emma E. Edmonds [pseud.]. Hartford, W. S. Williams, 1865.
     
  • Edmonds, S. Emma E. (Sarah Emma Evelyn), 1841-1898. Nurse and spy in the Union Army : comprising the adventures and experiences of a woman in hospitals, camps, and battle-fields. Hartford, W. S. Williams & Co., 1864.
     
  • Edmonds, S. Emma E. (Sarah Emma Evelyn), 1841-1898. Nurse and spy : thrilling story of the adventures of a woman who served as a Union soldier/ by Miss S. Emma Edmonds (Mrs. Seelye) [pseud.] Washington, The National Tribune, 1900.
     
  • Ely, Ralph, 1819-1883. The diary of Captain Ralph Ely of the Eighth Michigan Infantry : with the wandering regiment / edited with an introd. by George M. Blackburn. Mount Pleasant : Central Michigan University Press, c1965.
     
  • Ewing, George Henry, 1842-1863. Correspondence. The Ewing Family Civil War letters / John T. Greene, editor. East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, 1994. Includes bibliographical references and index.
     
  • Farley, Joseph Pearson, 1839-1912. Three rivers, the James, the Potomac, the Hudson, a retrospect of peace and war, by Joseph Pearson Farley... New York, Washington, The Neale publishing company, 1910.
     
  • Fenton, Ebenezer B. From the Rapidan to Atlanta. Leaves from the diary of companion E. B. Benton. Read before the Commandery of the state of Michigan, Military order of the loyal legion of the United States, at Detroit, Mich., April 6th, 1893. Detroit, Winn & Hammond, printers, 1893.
     
  • Fletcher, Daniel Colledge. Reminiscences of California and the civil war; by Daniel Cooledge Fletcher, sergt. Co. H, 40th regt., N. Y. V. Ayer, Mass., Press of H. S. Turner, 1894.
     
  • Fox, John Adam, 1911- The capture of Jefferson Davis [by] John A. Fox. [New York, J.A. Fox 1964] Fox, Wells B. What I remember of the Great rebellion / by Wells B. Fox. Lansing, Mich. : Darius D. thorp, Printer and Binder, 1892. Includes index.
     
  • Gause, Isaac, 1843- Four years with five armies: Army of the frontier, Army of the Potomac, Army of the Missouri, Army of the Ohio, Army of the Shenandoah. By Isaac Gause, late of Co. E. Second Ohio cav. New York and Washington, the Neale publishing company, 1908.
     
  • Gerrish, Theodore, 1846-1923. Army life; a private's reminiscences of the Civil War, by Rev. Theodore Gerrish. With an introd. by Hon. Josiah H. Drummond. Portland [Me.] Hoyt, Fogg & Donham [1882].
     
  • Gibbon, John, 1827-1896. Personal recollections of the Civil War, by John Gibbon, brigadier-general, U. S. A. New York, London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1928.
     
  • Gibbon, John, 1827-1896. Personal recollections of the Civil War / by John Gibbon ; introd. by Don Russell. Dayton, Ohio : Morningside Bookshop, 1978, c1977.
     
  • Gillaspie, Ira Myron Bailey, 1837-1897. The diary of Ira Gillaspie of the Eleventh Michigan Infantry / edited with an introd. by Daniel B. Weber. Mount Pleasant : Central Michigan University Press, c1965.
     
  • Gilmor, Harry, 1838-1883. Four years in the saddle. By Colonel Harry Gilmor ... New York, Harper & Brothers, 1866.
     
  • Gilmore, James R. (James Roberts), 1822-1903. Down in Tennessee, and Back by way of Richmond / by Edmund Kirke [pseud.] New York : Carleton, 1864.
     
  • Glazier, Willard W., 1841-1905. Three years in the federal cavalry. By [Captain] Willard Glazier. New York, R.H. Ferguson & company, 1870.
     
  • Gordon, John Brown, 1832-1904. Reminiscences of the Civil War / John B. Gordon. New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1903.
     
  • Gordon, John Brown, 1832-1904. Reminiscences of the Civil War / John B. Gordon. [Alexandria, Va.] : Time-life books, [c1981]. Includes index.
     
  • Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885. Personal memoirs of U.S. Grant. ... New York, the Century co., 1917. Includes index.
     
  • Grant, Ulysses S. Personal memoirs of U. S. Grant. In two volumes ; [prospectus]. New York : c. L. Webster, 1885.
     
  • Greacen, James. Fourteen months and ten days as a prisoner of war during the Rebellion : "life in southern prisons" / by James Greacen, Kalkaska, Michigan. [Kalkaska? Mich. : J. Greacen? 190-?]
     
  • Greeley, Horace, 1811-1872. Recollections of a busy life: including reminiscences of American politics and politicians, from the opening of the Missouri contest to the downfall of slavery; to which are added miscellanies ... also, a discussion with Robert Dale Owen of the law of divorce. By Horace Greeley. New York, J. B. Ford & Co., Boston, H. A. Brown & Co. [etc., etc.]; 1868.
     
  • Greyer, Patricia Wight, 1923- Sheldon L. Wight, his story : from Eaton Twp., Lorain Co., Ohio to Benton Twp., Eaton Co., to Sickels and Elsie, Michigan : including his diary for the year 1865 as a private, Company F, Sixth Michigan Cavalry, from Appomattox, the Powder River and Fort Bridger, Wyoming Territory / Patricia Wight Greyer. Albion, Mich. (601 Manor Dr.) : P.W. Geyer, c1998. Includes bibliographical reference and index.
     
  • Grierson, Benjamin Henry, 1826-1911. Record of services rendered the government by B. H. Grierson in 1861-1866. [n.p., 18--] 6 v.
     
  • Grimsley, Daniel Amon, 1840-. Battles in Culpeper county, Virginia, 1861-1865. And other articles by Major Daniel A. Grimsley, of the Sixth Virginia Cavalry. Compiled and published by Raleigh Travers Green, Culpeper, Virginia. [Culpeper, Va., Exponent Printing Office] 1900.
     
  • Gunn, Jane Augusta Terry. Memorial sketches of Doctor Moses Gunn, by his wife. With extracts from his letters and eulogistic tributes from his colleagues and friends. Chicago, W. T. Keener, 1889.
     
  • Harris, Samuel, 1836-1920. Michigan brigade of cavalry at the battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863, under command of Brig.-Gen. Geo. A. Custer, by Samuel Harris. Delivered at the annual reunion of Co. A, 5th Michigan cavalry, held at Cass City, Michigan, June 14, 1894. [Chicago, The author, 1894]
     
  • Harris, Samuel, 1836-1920. Michigan brigade of cavalry at the battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863, under command of Brig.-Gen. Geo. A. Custer / Samuel Harris. [Grand Rapids, Mi.] : Custer Ephemera Society, 1973.
     
  • Harris, Samuel, 1836-1920. Michigan brigade of cavalry at the battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863, under command of Brig.-Gen. Geo. A. Custer / Samuel Harris. [Rochester, Mich. ] : Rochester Historical Commission, 1987.
     
  • Harris, Samuel, 1836-1920. Personal reminiscences of Samuel Harris. Chicago, The Rogerson Press, 1897.
     
  • Haydon, Charles B., 1834-1864. For country, cause & leader : the Civil War journal of Charles B. Haydon / edited by Stephen W. Sears. New York : Ticknor & Fields, 1993. Includes index.
     
  • Hepworth, George H. (George Hughes), 1833-1902. The whip, hoe, and sword. Freeport, N.Y. Books for Libraries Press, 1971.
     
  • Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, 1823-1911. Army life in a black regiment / by Thomas Wentworth Higginson. [Alexandria, Va.: Time-Life Books, 1982] c1869.
     
  • Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, 1823-1911. Army life in a black regiment. With an introd. by Howard Mumford Jones. [East Lansing] Michigan State University Press, 1960 [i. e. 1961]
     
  • Hill, William, 1838-1920. Civil War diary of William Hill / Sterling Heights Genealogical & Historical Society. Sterling Heights, MI : The Society, c1992.
     
  • Hinman, Wilbur F. Corporal Si Klegg and his "pard" : how they lived and talked, and what they did and suffered, while fighting for the flag / by Wilbur F. Hinman ... with 193 original illustrations drawn by George Y. Coffin. Cleveland, Ohio : N. G. Hamilton, 1888, c1887.
     
  • Hinkley, Julian Wisner, 1838-1916. A narrative of service with the Third Wisconsin infantry, by Julian Wisner Hinkley. [Madison] Wisconsin history commission, 1912.
     
  • Hoole, William Stanley, 1903- The Yankee invasion of West Alabama March-April, 1865 : including the Battle of Trion (Vance), the Battle of Tuscaloosa, the burning of the University, and the Battle of Romulus / by William Stanley Hoole and Elizabeth Hoole McArthur. University, Ala. : Confederate Publishing Company, 1985. Includes bibliographical references.
     
  • Hopkins, Owen Johnston, 1844-1902. Under the flag of the Nation; diaries and letters of a Yankee Volunteer in the Civil War. Edited by Otto F. Bond. Columbus, Ohio State University Press for the Ohio Historical Society [1961]
     
  • Hotchkiss, Jedediah, 1828-1899. Make me a map of the Valley; the Civil War journal of Stonewall Jackson's topographer. Edited by Archie P. McDonald. Foreword by T. Harry Williams. Dallas, Southern Methodist University Press [1973]. Includes bibliography.
     
  • Howard, O. O. (Oliver Otis), 1830-1909. Autobiography of Oliver Otis Howard, major general, United States Army. New York, The Baker & Taylor Company, 1907.
     
  • 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]
     
  • Jones, J. B. (John Beauchamp), 1810-1866. A rebel war clerk=s diary at the Confederate States capital / by J. B. Jones. [Alexandria, Va.] : Time-Life Books, 1982. 2 v.
     
  • Johnson, Benjamin C., 1840-1888. A soldier's life; the Civil War experiences of Ben C. Johnson. Originally entitled: Sketches of the Sixth Regiment, Michigan Infantry. Edited with an introd., by Alan S. Brown. Kalamazoo, School of Graduate Studies, Western Michigan University Press 1962.
     
  • Jones, Jenkin Lloyd, 1843-1918. An artilleryman's diary, by Jenkin Lloyd Jones. [Madison] Wisconsin History Commission, 1914.
     
  • Keesy, William Allen, 1843- War as viewed from the ranks. Personal recollections of the War of the Rebellion, by a private soldier. Norwalk, Ohio Experiment and News Co., c1898.
     
  • Keiley, Anthony M., 1835-1905. In vinculis; or, The prisoner of war. Being, the experience of a Rebel in two federal pens, interspersed with reminiscences of the late war; anecdotes of southern generals, etc. By a Virginia Confederate. Petersburg, Va., "Daily index" office, 1866.
     
  • Kellogg, John Azor, 1828-1883. ... Capture and escape; a narrative of army and prison life, by John Azor Kellogg ... [Madison] Wisconsin history commission, 1908.
     
  • Kerbey, Joseph Orton, d. 1913. Further adventures of the boy spy in Dixie. By J. O. Kerby. With illus. by Coffin. Washington, National tribune, 1898.
     
  • Kidd, James Harvey, 1840-1913. Personal recollections of a cavalryman with Custer's Michigan Cavalry Brigade in the Civil War, by J. H. Kidd. Grand Rapids, Mich., Black Letter Press, 1969 [c1908]
     
  • Kidd, James Harvey, 1840-1913. Personal recollections of a cavalryman with Custer's Michigan cavalry brigade in the Civil War, by J. H. Kidd. Ionia, Mich., Sentinel printing company, 1908.
     
  • Knox, Thomas Wallace, 1835-1896. Camp-fire and cotton-field: southern adventure in time of war. Life with the Union armies, and residence on a Louisiana plantation. By Thomas W. Knox ... New York, Blelock and Company, 1865.
     
  • L. (L. B. Adams) Letter from Washington, 1863-1865 / by Lois Bryan Adams ; edited with an introduction by Evelyn Leasher. Detroit : Wayne State University Press, c1999. Includes bibliographic references and index.
     
  • Lappin, Zoe von Ende. Yours in love ; the Birmingham Civil War letters / Zoe von Ende Lappin. Grawn, MI : Kinseeker Publications, 1989. Includes bibliographical references and index.
     
  • Logan, John Alexander, 1826-1886. The volunteer soldier of America. By John A. Logan. With Memoir of the author and Military reminiscences from General Logan's private journal. Chicago and New York, R. S. Peale & company, 1887.
     
  • Long, Mason, 1842-1903. The life of Mason Long, the converted gambler. Being a record of his experience as a white slave; a soldier in the Union Army; a professional gambler; a patron of the turf; a variety theater and minstrel manager; and, finally, a convert to the Murphy cause and to the Gospel of Christ. Fort Wayne, Ind., 1883.
     
  • Longstreet, James, 1821-1904. From Manassas to Appomattox; memoirs of the Civil War in America, by James Longstreet ... Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott Company, 1896.
     
  • Lyman, Theodore, 1833-1897. Meade's headquarters, 1863-1865; letters of Colonel Theodore Lyman from the Wilderness to Appomattox, selected and ed. by George R. Agassiz. Boston, The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1922.
     
  • Maile, John Levi, 1844- "Prison life in Andersonville" with special reference to the opening of Providence Spring / by John L. Maile. Los Angeles : Grafton, 1912.
     
  • Manderson, Charles Frederick, 1837-1911. The twin seven-shooters... New York [etc.] F. T. Neely [c1902].
     
  • Matrau, Henry, 1845-1917. Letters home : Henry Matrau of the Iron Brigade / edited by Marcia Reid-Green ; foreword by Reid Mitchell. Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, c1993. Includes bibliographical references and index.
     
  • Mattson, Hans, 1832-1893. Reminiscences; the story of an emigrant, by Hans Mattson. Saint Paul, D. D. Merrill Company, 1892.
     
  • Mayo, Perry, 1839-1921. The Civil War letters of Perry Mayo / edited by Robert W. Hodge. East Lansing : Michigan State University, 1967.
     
  • McCarthy, Carlton, 1847- Detailed minutiae of soldier life in the Army of Northern Virginia, 1861-1865 / by Carlton McCarthy ; illustrations by Wm. L. Sheppard. [Alexandria, Va.] : Time-Life Books, [1982]
     
  • McClellan, George Brinton, 1826-1885. McClellan's own story: the war for the Union, the soldiers who fought it, the civilians who directed it and his relations to it and to them; by George B. McClellan ... New York, C.L. Webster & Company, 1887 [1886]
     
  • McCrea, Tully, 1838-1918. Dear Belle; letters from a cadet & officer to his sweetheart, 1858-1865. Narrative and editing by Catherine S. Crary. Foreword by Bruce Catton. With drawings by Cecile Johnson. Middletown, Conn., Wesleyan University Press [1965]
     
  • Meade, George Gordon, 1815-1872. The life and letters of George Gordon Meade, major-general United States Army, by George Meade ... ed. by George Gordon Meade. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1913.
     
  • 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.)
     
  • Miles, Nelson Appleton, 1839-1925. Personal recollections and observations of General Nelson A. Miles, embracing a brief view of the Civil War; or, From New England to the Golden Gate, and the story of his Indian campaigns, with comments on the exploration, development, and progress of our great western empire; copiously illustrated with graphic pictures by Frederic Remington and other eminent artists. Chicago, New York, The Werner Company, 1896.
     
  • Miles, Nelson Appleton, 1839-1925. Serving the republic : memoirs of the civil and military life of Nelson A. Miles, Lieutenant-General, United States Army / [Nelson A. Miles]. New York : Harper & Brothers, 1911. Includes index.
     
  • Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Minnesota Commandery. Glimpses of the nation's struggle. [1st]-6th series. Papers read before the Minnesota commandery of the Military order of the loyal legion of the United States [1887]-1903/08/ Published for the commandery. St. Paul, Minn. [etc.], 1887-1909.
     
  • Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Ohio Commandery. Sketches of war history, 1861-1865; papers read before the Ohio Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, 1883-19--. Published by the Commandery; v. 1- Cincinnati, R. Clark, 1888-19--.
     
  • Mills, Anson, 1834-1924. My story, by Anson Mills. Edited by C. H. Claudy. Washington, D. C., The author, 1918.
     
  • Mitchell, Joseph B. (Joseph Brady), 1915-. The badge of gallantry; recollections of Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor winners [by] Joseph B. Mitchell. New York, Macmillan [1968]
     
  • Moore, Edward Alexander, 1842- The story of a cannoneer under Stonewall Jackson, in which is told the part taken by the Rockbridge Artillery in the Army of Northern Virginia / by Edward A. Moore; with introductions by Robert E. Lee, Jr., and Henry St. George Tucker. Alexandria, Va. : Time-Life Books, [1983]
     
  • Moore, Irene. Valiant LaVeranrye [!] by Irene Moore. Quebe, Printed by LS-A. Proulx, 1927. Includes bibliography.
     
  • Mosby, John Singleton, 1833-1916. The memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby, ed. by Charles Wells Russel... Boston, Little, Brown, and Company, 1917.
     
  • Mullins, Michael, 1943- The Union bookshelf : a selected Civil War bibliography / by Michael Mullins and Rowena Reed. Wendell, N.C. : Broadfoot's Bookmark, 1982.
     
  • Newlin, W. H. (William Henry) An account of the escape of six federal soldiers from prison at Danville, Va. : their travels by night through the enemy's country to the Union pickets at Gauley Bridge, West Virginia, in the winter of 1863-64 / By W. H. Newlin. Cincinnati: Western Methodist Book Concern Print., 1889, c1870.
     
  • Newton, James King, d. 1892. A Wisconsin boy in Dixie, the selected letters of James K. Newton. Edited by Stephen E. Ambrose. Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1961.
     
  • Opie, John Newton. A rebel cavalryman with Lee, Stuart, and Jackson, by John N. Opie. Chicago, W. B. Conkey company, 1899.
     
  • Owens, John Algernon. Sword and Pen : or, Ventures and adventures of Willard Glazier in war and literature ... / by John Algernon Owens. Philadelphia : P.W. Ziegler, 1889.
     
  • Partridge, George Washington, 1839-1863. Letters from the Iron Brigade : George Washington Partridge, Jr., 1839-1863 : Civil War letters to his sister/ [edited by] Hugh L. Whitehouse. Indianapolis : Guild Press of Indiana, 1994. Includes bibliographical references and index.
     
  • Patten, J. T. Personal recollection of four years in Dixie / by J. T. Patten. [S.1. : Michigan Commandery M.O.L.L.U.S.] , 1892 (Detroit, Mich. : Winn & Hammond).
     
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  • A rebel spy in Yankeeland : the thrilling adventures of Major W. P. Gorman who was the emissary of the Confederacy to the Copperheads of the North, 1861-1865 / edited and introduced by W. Stanley Hoole. University, Ala. : Confederate Pub. Co., 1981. Includes bibliographical references.
     
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