Regimental Histories
see also Military Units

Books:

  • 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, William M. (William Martin), 1938- They died to make men free : a history of the 19th Michigan Infantry in the Civil War / by William M. Anderson; with foreword by John Y. Simon. Berrien Springs, Mich. : Hardscrabble Books, 1980. Includes bibliography and index.
     
  • 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.
     
  • 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?
     
  • Barrett, Orvey S. Reminiscences, incidents, battles, marches and camp life of the old 4th Michigan Infantry in War of Rebellion, 1861-1865 / by O. S. Barrett. Detroit, Mich. : W. S. Ostler, 1888.
     
  • Barrett, Orvey S. Reminiscences, incidents, battles, marches and camp life of the old 4th Michigan Infantry in War of Rebellion, 1861-1865 / by O. S. Barrett. [Lenawee? Mich.] : Compliments of Francis Harback, [197?] ([Lenawee, Mich.] : Lenawee Voc-Tec Center).
     
  • Baxter, Nancy Niblack. Gallant Fourteenth : the story of an Indiana Civil War regiment / by Nancy Niblack Baxter. Traverse City, Mich. (Box 1032, Traverse City 49684) : Pioneer Study Center Press, 1980. Includes bibliographical references and index.
     
  • Beach, William Harrison, 1835- The first New York (Lincoln) cavalry from April 19, 1861, to July 7, 1865, by William H. Beach ... New York, Lincoln cavalry association, 1902-
     
  • 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. History of the Michigan organizations at Chickamauga, Chattanooga and Missionary Ridge, 1863. Lansing, Mich. : R. Smith Printing Co., 1899.
     
  • Benedict, George Grenville, 1826-1907. Vermont in the Civil War. A history of the part taken by the Vermont soldiers and sailors in the war for the Union, 1861-1865. Burlington, Free press association, 1886-88.
     
  • Bennett, Charles Wilkes, 1838- Historical sketches of the Ninth Michigan infantry (General Thomas' headquarters guards) with an account of the battle of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Sunday, Jul 13, 1862; four years campaigning in the Army of the Cumberland, by Charles W. Bennett ... regimental meetings since the war, by Henry C. Rankin ... regimental and company organizations, by Frank A. Lester, jr. ... Coldwater, Mich., Daily courier print, 1913.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Bishop, J. W. (Judson Wade), 1831-1917. The story of a regiment; being a narrative of the service of the Second regiment, Minnesota veteran volunteer infantry, in the civil war of 1861-1865, by Judson W. Bishop, written and published for, and by request of the surviving members of the regiment. St. Paul, 1890.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Bradley, Isaac Samuel, 1853-1912. A bibliography of Wisconsin's participation in the war between the states, based upon material contained in the Wisconsin Historical Library, comp. by Isaac Samuel Bradley ... [Madison] Wisconsin History Commission, 1911.
     
  • Brown, Ida C. Michigan men in the Civil War / Ida C. Brown. [Ann Arbor] University of Michigan, 1977. Brown, Ida C. Michigan men in the Civil War. By Ida C. Brown. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan, 1959. Includes bibliography.
     
  • Brown, Joseph Willard, 1838- or 1839- The Signal Corps, U.S.A. in the War of the Rebellion. Boston, U.S. Veteran Signal Corps Association, 1896. Byers, S. H. M. (Samuel Hawkins Marshall), 1838-1933. Iowa in war times, by S.H.M. Byers ... Des Moines, W.D. Condit & Co., 1888.
     
  • Canfield, S. S. (Silas S.) History of the 21st regiment Ohio volunteer infantry in the war of the rebellion; by Captain S. S. Canfield. Toledo, Vrooman, Anderson & Bateman, printers, 1893.
     
  • Carpenter, Geo. N. (George N.) History of the Eighth Regiment Vermont Volunteers, 1861-1865. By Geo. N. Carpenter. Issued by the committee of publication. Boston, Press of Deland & Barta, 1886.
     
  • Catton, Bruce, 1899- Glory Road; the bloody route from Fredericksburg to Gettysburg. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1952. Includes bibliography and index.
     
  • Catton, Bruce, 1899- Mr. Lincoln's army. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1951. Includes bibliography. Catton, Bruce, 1899- A Stillness at Appomattox. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1953. Includes bibliography.
     
  • 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, 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.
     
  • Cist, Henry Martyn, 1839-1902. The Army of the Cumberland, Henry M. Cist... New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1882.
     
  • Clowes, Walter F. The Detroit light guard. A complete record of this organization from its foundation to the present day. By Walter F. Clowes. With full account of riot and complimentary duty, and the campaigns in the civil and Spanish-American wars. A complete roster of members at the time of muster-out of the United States service, as well as a roster of all classes of members. Detroit, Mich., J. F. Eby & company, 1900.
     
  • 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]
     
  • Crawford, J. Marshall. Mosby and his men: a record of the adventures of that renowned partisan ranger, John S. Mosby, Colonel C.S.A., including the exploits of Smith, Chapman, Richards, Montjoy, Turner, Russell, Glasscock, and the men under them. By J. Marshall Crawford, of Company B. New York, G. W. Carleton & Co.[etc., etc.] ; 1867.
     
  • Crooke, George. The Twenty-first regiment of Iowa volunteer infantry; a narrative of its experience in active service, including a military record of each officer, non-commissioned officer, and private soldier of the organization, comp. by George Crooke... for private distribution only. Milwaukee, Wis., King, Fowle & Co., 1891.
     
  • 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)
     
  • Crowinshield, Benjamin William, d. 1892. A history of the First regiment of Massachusetts cavalry volunteers, by Benjamin W. Crowninshield ... With roster and statistics by D. H. L. Gleason ... For the First Massachusetts cavalry association. Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and co., 1891.
     
  • 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]
     
  • 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.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Curtis, O. B. (Orson Blair), 1841?-1901. History of the Twenty-fourth Michigan of the Iron brigade, known as the Detroit and Wayne county regiment .... By O.B. Curtis .... Detroit, Mich., Winn & Hammond, 1891.
     
  • Custer in Texas : an interrupted narrative : including narratives of the First Iowa Cavalry, the Seventh Indiana Cavalry, the Fifth Illinois Cavalry, the Second Wisconsin Cavalry, and the military mutiny in Custer's command while in Louisiana / compiled, edited, and written by John M. Carroll. New York : S. Lewis, 1975. Includes bibliography and index.
     
  • Cutcheon, Byron M., 1836-1908. The story of the twentieth Michigan infantry, July 15, 1862 to May 30th, 1865 : embracing official documents on file in the records of the state of Michigan and of the United States referring to or relative to the regiment / compiled by Byron M. Cutcheon. Lansing : Robert Smith Printing Co., 1904.
     
  • Dawes, Rufus R., 1838-1899. Service with the Sixth Wisconsin volunteers. Marietta, Ohio, E.R. Alderman & Sons, 1890.
     
  • Denison, Frederic, 1819-1901. Sabres and spurs: the First regiment Rhode Island cavalry in the civil war, 1861-1865. Its origin, marches, scouts, skirmished, raids, battles, sufferings, victories, and appropriate official papers; with the roll of honor and roll of regiment... By Rev. Frederic Denison, chaplain...[Central Falls, R.I.] The First Rhode Island cavalry veteran association, 1876.
     
  • Devol, Hiram Fosdick, 1831- Biographical Sketch [by] H. F. Devol. Illustrated by Florence W. Devol. Kansas City, Mo., Hudson-Kimberly Pub. Co., 1903.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Dowdey, Clifford, 1904- Death of a nation; the story of Lee and his men at Gettysburg. New York, Knopf, 1958. Includes bibliography.
     
  • Downer, Edward T. Ohio troops in the field. [Columbus] Ohio State University Press for the Ohio Historical Society [1961?] Includes bibliography.
     
  • Duke, Basil Wilson, 1838-1916. History of Morgan's cavalry. By Basil W. Duke. Cincinnati, Miami printing and publishing company, 1867. Note: General John H. Morgan's Confederate cavalry division was principally composed of the 2d, 3d, 5th, 6th, 8th-11th Kentucky regiments and the 9th Tennessee regiment.
     
  • Dyer, Frederick Henry, 1849- A compendium of the War of the Rebellion. With a new introd. by Bell Irvin Wiley. New York, T. Yoseloff, [1959] 3 v.
     
  • 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.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Ewer, James Kendall, 18460 The Third Massachusetts cavalry in the war for the union. By Rev. James K. Ewer. Pub. by direction of the Historical committee of the Regimental association. [Maplewood, Mass., The Wm. G. J. Perry Press] 1903.
     
  • Farrar, Samuel Clarke. The Twenty-second Pennsylvania cavalry and the Ringgold battalion, 1861-1865; written and comp. by Samuel Clarke Farrar.... Pub. under the auspices of the Twenty-second Pennsylvania Ringgold cavalry association. [Akron, O. and Pittsburgh, The New Werner Company] 1911.
     
  • 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, Wells B. What I remember of the Great rebellion / by Wells B. Fox. Lansing, Mich. : Darius D. thorp, Printer and Binder, 1892. Includes Index.
     
  • Gaff, Alan D. On many a bloody field : four years in the Iron Brigade / Alan D. Gaff. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1996. Includes bibliographical references and index.
     
  • 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].
     
  • 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.
     
  • Gracey, Samuel Lewis. Annals of the Sixth Pennsylvania cavalry. By Rev. S. L. Gracey, chaplain. Published for the officers of the regiment. [Philadelphia], E. H. Butler & Co., 1868.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Hampton, Charles G., 1842-1917. Michigan at Vicksburg; Publ. pursuant to a concurrent resolution of the Michigan Legislature, April 11th 1917; by the Michigan Vicksburg Military Park Commission. Detroit, Moore Printing Co. 1917.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Herek, Raymond J., 1945- These men have seen hard service : the First Michigan Sharpshooters in the Civil War.. Detroit, Wayne State University Press, c1998. Includes bibliographical references.
     
  • 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]
     
  • Hinkley, Julian Wisner, 1838-1916. A narrative of service with the Third Wisconsin infantry, by Julian Wisner Hinkley. [Madison] Wisconsin history commission, 1912.
     
  • 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]
     
  • Huey, Pennock. A True History of the charge of the Eighth Pennsylvania Cavalry at Chancellorsville. By Pennock Huey. Philadelphia, Porter & Coates, 1885.
     
  • Illinois. Civil War Centennial Commission. The end before the beginning. Springfield, 1965.
     
  • 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?]
     
  • Ingersoll, Lurton Dunham. Iowa and the rebellion. A history of the troops furnished by the state of Iowa to the volunteer armies of the Union, which conquered the great southern rebellion of 1861-5. By Lurton Dunham Ingersoll. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott, 1866.
     
  • Iowa. Adjutant General's Office. Roster and record of Iowa soldiers in the War of the rebellion : together with historical sketches of volunteer organizations, 1861-1866. Des Moines : E. H. English, state printer : E.D. Chassell, state binder, 1908-1911.
     
  • Irwin, Richard Bache. History of the Nineteenth army corps, by Richard B. Irwin. New York [etc.] G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1892. Isham, Asa B. (Asa Brainerd), 1844-1912. An historical sketch of the Seventh regiment Michigan volunteer cavalry from its organization, in 1862, to its muster out, in 1865. By Asa B. Isham. New York, Town topics publishing company [1893] Includes "Roll of Honor."
     
  • Isham, Frederic Stewart, 1866-1922. History of the Detroit light guard : its records and achievements / compiled by Frederic S. Isham and Purcell & Hogan, Detroit. Detroit : Detroit Light Guard, 1896.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Katz, Irving I., 1907- The Jewish soldier from Michigan in the Civil War. [by] Irving I. Katz. Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1962. Includes bibliography.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Kidd, James Harvey, 1840-1913. The Michigan cavalry brigade in the wilderness / by Jas. H. Kidd. Detroit, Mich. Winn & Hammond, 1889.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Lang, Theodore F. Loyal West Virginia from 1861 to 1865. With an introductory chapter on the status of Virginia for thirty years prior to the war. By Theodore F. Lang ... Baltimore, Deutsch publishing co., 1895.
     
  • Lanman, Charles, 1819-1895. The red book of Michigan; a civil, military and biographical history by Charles Lanman. Detroit, E. B. Smith & company; Washington, Philp & Solomons, 1871.
     
  • Lee, William O., 1844- Personal and historical sketches and facial history of and by members of the Seventh regiment Michigan volunteer cavalry, 1862-1865. Comp. by William O. Lee ... Detroit, 7th Michigan cavalry association [1902?]
     
  • Lloyd, William Penn, 1837-1911. History of the First reg't. Pennsylvania reserve cavalry, from its organization, August, 1861, to September, 1864, with a list of names of all officers and enlisted men who have ever belonged to the regiment ... Philadelphia, King & Baird, printers, 1864.
     
  • Longacre, Edward G., 1946- Custer and his wolverine : the Michigan Cavalry Brigade, 1861-1865 / Edward G. Longacre. Conshohocken, PA : Combined Pub., c1997. Includes bibliographical references and index.
     
  • Lothrop, Charles Henry, 1831-1890. A history of the First regiment Iowa cavalry veteran volunteers, from its organization in 1861 to its muster out of the United States service in 1866. Also, a complete roster of the regiment. By Charles H. Lothrop. Lyons, Ia., Beers & Eaton, printers, 1890. (Note: completed by his wife, Sarah Virginia Lothrop.)
     
  • 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. Letter of the secretary of war, transmitting report on the organization of the Army of the Potomac and of its campaigns in Virginia and Maryland under the command of Maj.-Gen. George B. McClellan, from July 26, 1861, to November 7, 1862. Washington, Constitutional union office, 1864.
     
  • 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]
     
  • McClellan, Henry Brainerd, 1840-1904. The life and campaigns of Major-General J. E. B. Stuart, commander of the cavalry of the Army of northern Virginia. By H. B. McClellan. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin and Company; Richmond, Va., J. W. Randolph and English, 1885. Includes rolls of the 2nd and 3rd regiments, and of Companies B, E, F, and K of the 1st regiment, Virginia cavalry.
     
  • McIlvaine, Mabel. Reminiscences of Chicago during the civil war, with an introduction by Mabel McIlvaine. Chicago, R. R. Donnelley, 1914.
     
  • McRae, Norman, 1925- . Negroes in Michigan during the Civil War. [Lansing] Michigan Civil War Centennial Observance Commission [1966]. Includes bibliographical references.
     
  • Michigan. Adjutant-general's dept. Michigan in the war. Comp. by Jno. Robertson, adjutant general. Rev. ed. ... Lansing, W. S. George & Co., State Printers, 1882.
     
  • Michigan. Adjutant-General's Dept. Record of service of Michigan volunteers in the Civil War, 1861-1865. Pub. by authority of the Senate and House of representatives of the Michigan Legislature under the direction of Brig. Gen. Geo. H. Brown, adjutant general. [Kalamazoo, Mich., Ihling bros. & Everard, printers, 190-]
     
  • Michigan Cavalry Brigade in the Civil War. Grand Rapids, Black Letter Press, 1969. [c1908].
     
  • Minnesota. Board of Commissioners on Publication of History of Minnesota in Civil and Indian Wars. Minnesota in the Civil and Indian wars, 1861-1865. Prepared and published under the supervision of the Board of commissioners appointed by the act of the Legislature of Minnesota of April 16, 1889. St. Paul, Minn., Printed for the State by the Pioneer Press Company, 1890-1893.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Neal, William A. An illustrated history of the Missouri Engineer and the 25th Infantry Regiments; together with a roster of both regiments and the last known address of all that could be obtained ... Ed. and comp. by Dr. W. A. Neal. Chicago, Donohue and Henneberry, printers, 1889. (Note: In Feb. 1864 the 25th Missouri Infantry and Bissell's Engineer Regiment of the West were consolidated to form the 1st Missouri Engineer Regiment.)
     
  • New York (State). Monuments Commission for the Battlefields of Gettysburg and Chattanooga. Final report of the battlefield of Gettysburg ... Albany, J.B. Lyon company, printers, 1902.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Nolan, Alan T. The Iron Brigade : a military history / Alan T. Nolan ; with maps by Wilson K. Hoyt III. Ann Arbor, Mich. : Historical Society of Michigan ; Berrien Springs, Mich. : Hardscrabble Books, 1983. Includes bibliography and index.
     
  • Nolan, Alan T. The Iron Brigade : a military history. With maps by Wilson K. Hoyt III. New York, Macmillan, 1961. Includes bibliography and index.
     
  • Nolan, Alan T. The Iron Brigade : a military history / Alan T. Nolan ; with maps by Wilson K. Hoyt III. Madison : State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1975, c1961. Includes bibliography and index.
     
  • Norton, Henry, Co. H, 8th N.Y. Cavalry. Deeds of daring, or, History of the Eighth N. Y. Volunteer Cavalry, containing a complete record of the battles, skirmishes, marches, etc., that the gallant Eighth New York Cavalry participated in, from its organization in November, 1861, to the close of the rebellion in 1865. Compiled and edited by Henry Norton. Norwich, N. Y., Chenango telegraph printing house, 1889. Includes bibliography and index.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Pennsylvania. Gettysburg Battle-field Commission. Pennsylvania at Gettysburg. Ceremonies at the dedication of the monuments erected by the commonwealth of Pennsylvania to mark the positions of the Pennsylvania commands engaged in the battle. Harrisburg, E. K. Meyers, state printer, 1893.
     
  • Phisterer, Frederick, 1836-1909. New York in the War of the rebellion, 1861-1865. Albany, Weed, Parsons, 1890. Pickerill, William N. History of the Third Indiana cavalry, W. N. Pickerill. Indianapolis, Ind. [Aetna printing co.] 1906.
     
  • Pleasants, Henry, 1884- Inferno at Petersburg, by Henry Pleasants, Jr., and George H. Straley. Philadelphia, Chilton Book Co., Book Division [1961] Includes bibliography. Puntenney, George H. History of the Thirty-seventh regiment of Indiana infantry volunteers; its organization, campaigns, and battles--Sept. '61-Oct. '64. Written by Sergeant George H. Puntenney at the request of his comrades. Rushville, Ind., Jacksonian Book and Job Department, 1896.
     
  • Pyne, Henry R. The history of the First New Jersey Cavalry, (Sixteenth Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers) By Henry R. Pyne, chaplain. Trenton, J. A. Beecher, 1871.
     
  • Quackenbush, T. V. Civil War diary : Company G enlistment, third regiment of Michigan Cavalry, 1861-1865 / by T.V. Quackenbush ; and notes on Company G reunions, 1891- 1922. Ithaca, Mich. : Gratiot County Historical & Genealogical Society, [1994?]
     
  • Reid, Whitelaw, 1837-1912. Ohio in the war: her statesmen, her generals, and soldiers. By Whitelaw Reid ... Cincinnati, New York, Moore, Wilstach &Baldwin, 1868.
     
  • Ryan, Daniel Joseph, 1855-1923. The civil war literature of Ohio; a bibliography with explanatory and historical notes, by Daniel J. Ryan. Cleveland, O., The Burrows brothers company, 1911.
     
  • Schneider, Frederick, 1840- Incidental history of the flags and color guard of the Second Michigan Veteran Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1865 / by Federick Schneider. Lansing, Mich. : W.S. Sly, [1905].
     
  • Scott, William Forse, 1843-1933. The story of a cavalry regiment. The career of the Fourth Iowa veteran volunteers from Kansas to Georgia, 1861-1865. By Wm. Forse Scott. New York, G. P. Putnam, 1893, c1892.
     
  • Sligh, Charles R. History of the services of the First Regiment Michigan Engineers and Mechanics during the Civil War, 1861-1865 / by Charles R. Sligh. Grand Rapids : [White printing co.], 1921.
     
  • Small, Abner Ralph, 1836-1910. The Sixteenth Maine regiment in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865 / by Major A. R Small. With an introduction written by Gen. James A. Hall. Portland, Maine : B. Thurston & Co., 1886.
     
  • Smith, Donald L., 1913- The Twenty-fourth Michigan of the Iron Brigade. Harrisburg, Pa., Stackpole Co. [1962] Includes bibliography.
     
  • Stevens, Charles Augustus, 1835- Berdan's United States sharpshooters in the Army of the Potomac, 1861-1865. By Capt. C. A. Stevens. St. Paul, Minn. [Printed by the Price- McGill Company] 1892.
     
  • Stevens, Charles Augustus, 1835- Berdan's United States sharpshooters in the Army of the Potomac, 1861-1865 / By Capt. C. A. Stevens. Dayton, Ohio : Press of Morningside Bookshop, 1972.
     
  • 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.
     
  • Stine, J. H. (James Henry), d. 1906. A History of the Army of the Potomac. By J. H. Stine ... [Washington, D. C., Gibson bros., printers, c1893]
     
  • Stonewall Regiment : a history of the 17th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment / by William Christen ... Detroit, Mich. 17th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment, 1986. Includes bibliography.
     
  • Sutton, Joseph J. History of the Second regiment West Virginia cavalry volunteers, during the war of the rebellion. By J. J. Sutton. Portsmouth, O., 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.
     
  • Swinton, William, 1833-1892. Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac; a critical history of operations in Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania, from the commencement to the close of the war. 1861-5, by William Swinton. New York, C. B. Richardson, 1866. Includes index.
     
  • Thatcher, Marshall P. A hundred battles in the West, St. Louis to Atlanta, 1861-65. The Second Michigan cavalry, with the armies of the Mississippi, Ohio, Kentucky and Cumberland ... with mention of a few of the famous regiments and brigades of the West. By Captain Marshall P. Thatcher ... Detroit, The author, 1884.
     
  • Thompson, S. Millet, 1838- Thirteenth regiment of New Hampshire volunteer infantry in the war of the rebellion, 1861-1865. A diary covering three years and a day. By S. Millett Thompson. Boston, New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1888.
     
  • Thornton, Leland W., 1933- When gallantry was commonplace : the history of the Michigan Eleventh Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1864. New York : Peter Lang, 1991. Includes bibliographical references.
     
  • Tilney, Robert. My life in the army, three years and a half with the Fifth army corps, Army of the Potomac 1862-1865, by Robert Tilney. Philadelphia, Ferris & Leach, 1912.
     
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  • United States. Army. Ohio Cavalry Regiment, 3rd (1861-1865) History of the service of the Third Ohio veteran volunteer cavalry in the war for the preservation of the Union from 1861-1865. Compiled from the official records and from diaries of members of the regiment by Serg't Thos. Croft, company C, regimental historian ... Toledo, O., Columbus, O., The Stoneman press, 1910.
     
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  • Vale, Joseph G. Minty and the cavalry. A history of cavalry campaigns in the western armies. By Joseph G. Vale ... Harrisburg Pa., E. K. Meyers, printers, 1886. (Includes rosters of officers of the 4th Mich., 7th Pa., 4th U.S. and 9th Pa. cavalry. A dozen or more other regiments were, at one time or another attached to the brigade.)
     
  • Van Horne, Thomas Budd, d. 1895. History of the Army of the Cumberland; its organization, campaigns, and battles, written at the request of Major-General George H. Thomas chiefly form his private military journal and official and other documents furnished by him; by Thomas B. Van Horne ... Illustrated with campaign and battle maps, compiled by Edward Ruger. Cincinnati, R. Clarke & Co., 1875.
     
  • Walker, Aldace F. The Vermont brigade in the Shenandoah Valley. 1864. By Aldace F. Walker. Burlington, Free press association, 1869.
     
  • Walker, Francis Amasa, 1840-1897. History of the Second army corps in the Army of the Potomac, by Francis A. Walker. New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1886.
     
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  • Watkins, Samuel R. "Co. Aytch", Maury Grays, First Tennessee Regiment; or, A side show of the big show. With an introd. b Bell Irvin Wiley. Jackson, Tenn., McCowat- Mercer Press, 1952. Includes index.
     
  • Wells, Edward Laight, 1839- Hampton and his cavalry in '64. By Edward L. Wells. Richmond, Va., B.F. Johnson pub. company, 1899.
     
  • Wells, James Monroe, 1838- "With touch of elbow;" or, Death before dishonor; a thrilling narrative of adventure on land and sea, by Captain James M. Wells. Philadelphia, Chicago, The J. C. Winston Co., 1909.
     
  • Wildes, Thomas Francis, 1834-1883. Record of the One hundred and sixteenth regiment, Ohio infantry volunteers in the war of the rebellion, by Thos. F. Wildes ... Sandusky, O., I. F. Mack & Bro., printers, 1884.
     
  • Williams, Ellen. Three years and a half in the Army; or, History of the Second Colorados. By Mrs. Ellen Williams. New York, Pub. for the author by Fowler & Wells [c1885]. Williams, Frederick D. Michigan soldiers in the Civil War. Lansing, Michigan Historical Commission, 1960. Includes bibliography.
     
  • Williams, T. Harry (Thomas Harry), 1909- Hayes of the twenty-third; the Civil War volunteer officer, by T. Harry Williams. New York, Knopf, 1965. Includes bibliographical footnotes.
     
  • Williamson, James Joseph, 1834-1915. Mosby's Rangers : a record of the operations of the Forty-third Battalion Virginia Cavalry from its organization to the surrender, from the diary of a private, supplemented and verified with official reports of federal officers and also of Mosby : with personal reminiscences, sketches of skirmishes, battles and bivouacs, dashing raids and daring adventures, scenes and incidents in the history of Mosby's command ... muster rolls, occupation, and present whereabouts of surviving members / by James J. Williamson. [Alexandria, Va. : Time-Life books], 1982, c1985. Includes indexes.
     
  • Williamson, James Joseph, 1834-1915. Mosby's Rangers : a record of the operations of the Forty-third Battalion Virginia Cavalry from its organization to the surrender, from the diary of a private, supplemented and verified with official reports of federal officers and also of Mosby : with personal reminiscences, sketches of skirmishes, battles and bivouacs, dashing raids and daring adventures, scenes and incidents in the history of Mosby's command ... Muster rolls, occupation, and present whereabouts of surviving members / by James J. Williamson ... New York, R.B. Kenyon, 1896.
     
  • Wilterdink, John Anthony. My country and cross : the Civil War letters of John Anthony Wilterdink, Company I, 25th Michigan Infantry / edited by Albert H. McGeehan. [S.l. : s.n., 1982] (Dallas : Taylor Pub. Co.) Includes bibliography.
     
  • Woodbury, Augustus, 1835-1895. Major General Ambrose E. Burnside and the Ninth Army Corps: a narrative of campaigns in North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee, during the war for the preservation of the Republic. By Augustus Woodbury ... Providence, S.S. Rider & Brother, 1867.
     
  • Worsham, John H. One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry : his experience and what he saw during the war 1861-1865 : including a history of "F Company," Richmond, Va., 21st Regiment Virginia Infantry, Second Brigade, Jackson's Division, Second Corps, A.N. Va. / by John H. Worsham. [Alexandria, Va. : Time-Life Books, 1982] c1912.
     
  • Young, Lot D., 1842- Reminiscences of a soldier of the Orphan brigade, by Lieut. L. D. Young. [Louisville, Courier-journal job printing company, 1918?]

Microfilm:

  • Ellis, Franklin, 1828-1885. History of Cataraugus County, New York [microform]. With illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. Philadelphia, L.H. Everts, 1879. Includes "Supplement. The people's Ellsworth regiment. 44th New York volunteer infantry." 1 reel positive.
     
  • History of Miami County, Indiana : from the earliest time to the present, with biographical sketches, notes, etc. : together with an extended history of the Northwest, the Indiana territory, and the State of Indiana [microform] Chicago : Brant & Fuller, 1887. Includes list of "Miami County's dead in the war of the rebellion." 1 reel positive.

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