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This is the single largest collection of books on disc about the Civil War available anywhere on the planetary surface. Rosters, Battles, Maps, Photographs, Illustrations, Historical and Biographical information.

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10 Books - Photographic History of the Civil War

2 Books - Bonus Books with hundreds of photos

70 Books - Rosters of the Blue & Gray

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68 Books - Illinois in the Civil War

46 Books - Indiana in the Civil War

26 Books - Iowa in the Civil War

20 Books - Maine in the Civil War

21 Books - Missouri in the Civil War

27 Books - New Hampshire in the Civil War

18 Books - North Carolina in the Civil War

72 Books - Ohio in the Civil War

24 Books - Rhode Island in the Civil War

25 Books - Tennessee in the Civil War

105 - Books - Massachusetts in the Civil War

42 Books - Virginia in the Civil War

12 Books - West Virginia in the Civil War

22 Books - Wisconsin in the Civil War

88 Books - Pennsylvania in the Civil War

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The Photographic History of

The Civil War

Editor: Francis T. Miller

1911

10 Volumes in PDF Format on 1 CD

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Volume 1 - The Opening Battles. (368 pages)
Volume 2 - Two Years of Grim War. (363 pages)
Volume 3 - The decisive battles. (353 pages)
Volume 4 - The cavalry. (336 pages)
Volume 5 - Forts and artillery. (316 pages)
Volume 6 - The navies. (322 pages)
Volume 7 - Prisons and hospitals. (352 pages)
Volume 8 - Soldier life, Secret service. (382 pages)
Volume 9 - Poetry and Eloquence of Blue and Gray. (353 pages)
Volume 10 - Armies and leaders. (362 pages)

The American Civil War (1861–1865) was the fourth war in history to be caught on camera. The first three were the Mexican-American War (1846–1848) the Crimean War (1854–1856) and Indian Rebellion of 1857.

Photography profoundly changed the way wars were covered and viewed. Any grandeur and sweetness of an aftermath of a victorious battle, which was once up to a painter to portray, all of a sudden became uninterpretable. Losing its subjectivity, the true terror of war could not be hidden anymore. Americans for the first time saw the vividly horrific photographs of maimed and dying fellow Americans in agony slowly withering away on a battlefield far away from their homes. Astonishment and shock, not toward the cruelty of war as much as to the newly innovated barbaric weapons of war left Americans bewildered. As newspapers did not yet have the technology or equipment for making half-tone blocks, magazines across the land published cadaverous pictorial representations of the worst of humanity.

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The Civil War through the Camera :

Hundreds of vivid photographs actually taken in Civil War times, together with Elson's new history by Henry William Elson and D.L. Clark - (1912) – 598 pages

Pleasants Photograph Album by Frances Pleasants:

Photograph album of Frances Pleasants, who taught wounded soldiers at the Army Hospital in Germantown, PA during the Civil War. Presented to her by her patients, it contains photographs of them as well as other Civil War images –(1865) - 56 pages

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64 - Books on DVD

Contents

A History of the 102nd Illinois Infantry Volunteers by S.F. Fleharty - (1865) - 189 pages

A History of the Ninety-fifth regiment, Illinois infantry volunteers : from its organization in the fall of 1862, until its final discharge from the United States service, in 1865 (1865) - Wood, Wales W - 240 pages

A History of the Ninth Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry (1864) - Morrison, Marion - 95 pages

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, l861-65. Embracing an account of the movement from Columbia to Nashville, and the battles of Spring hill and Franklin (1890) - 682 pages

A Waif of the War; or, History of the Seventy-fifth Illinois infantry, embracing the entire campaigns of the Army of the Cumberland (1866) - Dodge, William Sumner - 241 pages

Army life of an Illinois soldier by Charles Wright Wills - (1906) - 383 pages

Army Memoirs of Lucius W. Barber, Company "D", 15th Illinois volunteer infantry. May 24,1861, to Sept. 30, 1865 (1894) - Barber, Lucius W. - 233 pages

Biographical Sketches of Illinois officers engaged in the war against the rebellion of 1861 by James Grant Wilson - (1862) - 106 pages

Bugle echoes; the story of Illinois 47th.. (1905) - Bryner, B. C. - 262 pages

Company K, Twentieth regiment, Illinois volunteer infantry; roster and record, April 24, 1861-July 16, 1865 by Andrew Brown - (1864) - 64 pages

Complete History of the 46th Illinois Veteran Volunteer Infantry, from the date of its organization in 1861, to its final discharge, February 1st, 1866, containing a full and authentic account of the participation of the Regiment in the battles, sieges, skirmishes and expeditions in which it has been engaged, together with a complete roster of the Regiment, showing the promotions, commissioned and non-commissioned, deaths, discharges and desertions (1866) - Woodbury, Henry H. - 76 pages

Historical Sketch of the Chicago Board of Trade Battery, Horse Artillery, Illinois volunteers (1902) - 88 pages

Historical Sketch of the Forty-Fifth Illinois Regiment : with a complete list of the officers and privates and an individual record of each man in the regiment (1869) - Adair, John M - 40 pages

History of Battery "A," First Illinois Light Artillery Volunteers (1899) - Kimbell, Charles B. - 320 pages

History of the 112th Regiment of Illinois Volunteer Infantry, in the great War of the Rebellion, 1862-1865 (1885) - Thompson, Bradford F - 480 pages

History of the 115th Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry (1900) - Royse, Isaac Henry Clay - 405 pages

History of the 124th Regiment, Illinois Infantry Volunteers : otherwise known as the "Hundred and Two Dozen," from August, 1862 to August, 1865 (1880) - Howard, R. L. - 519 pages

History of the 77th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Sept. 2, 1862-July 10, 1865 / c by Lieut. W. H. Bentley, with an introduction by General D. P. Grier (1883) - Bentley, W. H. - 396 pages

History of the Eighth cavalry regiment, Illinois volunteers, during the great rebellion; (1868) - Hard, Abner - 368 pages

History of the Eighty-fifth regiment, Illinois volunteer infantry (1901) - Aten, Henry J. - 506 pages

History of the Eighty-sixth regiment, Illinois volunteer infantry (1866) - Kinnear, J. R. - 139 pages

History of the Fortieth Illinois Inf., (volunteers) (1864) - Hart, E. J. - 198 pages

History of the Ninth Regiment Illinois Cavalry Volunteers. Pub. under the auspices of the Historical Committee of the Regiment .. (1888) - Davenport, Edward Adolphus - 450 pages

History of the Organization, marches, campings, general services and final muster out of Battery M, First regiment Illinois light artillery (1892) - 301 pages

History of the Seventh Regiment Illinois volunteer infantry, from its first muster into the U.S. service, April 25, 1861, to its final muster out, July 9, 1865 (1868) - Ambrose, D. Leib - 391 pages

History of the Thirty-Sixth Regiment Illinois Volunteers during the war of the rebellion (1876) - Bennett, L. G. (Lyman G.); Haigh, Wm. M. - 808 pages

History of the Thirty-Third Regiment Illinois Veteran Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War, 22nd August, 1861, to 7th December, 1865 (1902) - Way, Virgil Gilman; Elliott, Isaac Hughes - 291 pages

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 (1905) - Mason, George; Waterloo, Stanley - 187 pages

Illinois Monuments at Gettysburg by John L. Beveridge - (1892) - 37 pages

Illustrated Roster of the Department of Illinois Grand Army of the Republic by William C. Shaw - (1914) - `160 pages

List of Surviving Members (so far as known) of the 105th Regt. Illinois volunteers, War of 1861-5 : date of muster in, September 2, 1862, date of muster out, June 7, 1865. July 31, 1886 - (1886) - 16 pages

Memoirs of the War, Illinois Infantry 10th Regiment 1861-1865 by Ephraim A. Wilson - (1893) - 845 pages

Military History and Reminiscences of the Thirteenth regiment of Illinois volunteer infantry in the civil war in the United States, 1861-1865 (1892) - 396 pages

Ninety-Second Illinois Volunteers (1875) - 390 pages

Our Regiment. A History of the 102nd Illinois infantry volunteers, with sketches of the Atlanta campaign, the Georgia raid, and the campaign of the Carolines (1865) - Fleharty, S. F. - 226 pages

Reception to the Members of the Ninety-sixth Regiment, Illinois Infantry Volunteers (1893) - Smith, John Corson - 75 pages

Register of Confederate soldiers who died in Camp Douglas, 1862-65 and lie buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., 1892 by the United Confederate Veterans, Illinois Division - (1892) - 58 pages

Reminiscences of Chicago during the civil war by Mabel McIlvaine - (1914) - 194 pages

Reminiscences of the Civil War from Diaries of Members of the 103d Illinois volunteer infantry, by the Illinois Infantry, 103rd Regt. 1862-1865 - (1904) - 292 pages

Report of the Adjutant General of the state of Illinois , Volumes 1 - 8, 1861 -1866 Rosters officers and Enlisted Men by Illinois Military and Naval Dept. - (1900) - 5600 pages

Roster of the living members of the 102d Regt. Ill. Vols., 1911 by the Illinois Infantry 102d Regt. 1862-1865 - (1911) - 26 pages

Roster of the Survivors of the 86th Illinois volunteer infantry, with the post office addresses as far as known, together with the Proceedings of the reunion held at Peoria, Ill., August 27, 1887 (1887) - 36 pages

The 125th Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry : attention batallion! (1882) - Rogers, Robert M - 226 pages

The Forty-Fifth Illinois, a souvenir of the re-union held at Rockford, on the fortieth anniversary of its march in the grand review; (1905) - Fish, Daniel - 31 pages

The History of Company A, Second Illinois Cavalry (1912) - Fletcher, Samuel H - 281 pages

The History of Jo Daviess County, Illinois, containing a history of the county, its cities, towns, etc., a biographical directory of its citizens, war record of its volunteers in the late rebellion ... history of the Northwest, history of Illinois ... Constitution of the United States (1878) - 845 pages

The History of the 104th Regiment of Illinois Volunteer Infantry, war of the great rebellion, 1862-1865 by William Calkins - (1895) - 32 pages

The history of the Fifty-Ninth Regiment Illinois Volunteers, or, A three years' campaign through Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky : with a description of the country, towns, skirmishes and battles (1865) - Lathrop, D. - 243 pages

The history of the One Hundred and Fourth Regiment of Illinois Volunteer Infantry, war of the great rebellion, 1862-1865 (1895) - Calkins, William Wirt - 539 pages

The History of the Thirty-ninth regiment Illinois volunteer veteran infantry, (Yates phalanx.) in the war of the rebellion (1889) - Clark, Charles M. -

The Martyrs and Heroes of Illinois in the great rebellion. Biographical sketches by James Barnet - (1865) - 266 pages

The Nineteenth Illinois; a memoir of a regiment of volunteer infantry famous in the Civil War of fifty years ago for its drill, bravery, and distinguished services (1912) - Haynie, Henry i. e. James Henry - 484 pages

The Past and Present of Kane County, Illinois : containing a history of the county ... a directory ... war record of its volunteers in the late rebellion ... statistics ... history of the Northwest ... etc., etc (1878) - Peirce, H. B. (Henry B.); Merrill, Arthur; Perrin, William Henry - 821 pages

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 Volume 1 & 2 (1865) - Eddy, T. M. and Clark, D.L. - 1312 pages

The Story of the Fifty-fifth Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War, 1861-1865 (1887) - Crooker, Lucien B; Nourse, Henry S.; Brown, John G - 519 pages

The Thirty-third regiment Illinois infantry in the civil war, 1861-1865; (1912) - Burnham, John Howard - 8 pages

War Experiences and the story of the Vicksburg campaign from "Milliken's Bend" to July 4, 1863; being an accurate and graphic account of campaign events taken from the diary of Capt. J.J. Kellogg, of Co. B 113th Illinois volunteer infantry (1913) - Kellogg, John Jackson - 64 pages

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A History of the Thirty-first regiment of Indiana volunteer infantry in the war of the rebellion (1900) - Smith, John Thomas - 226 pages

From Vicksburg to Raleigh; or, A complete history of the Twelfth regiment Indiana volunteer infantry, and the campaigns of Grant and Sherman, with an outline of the great rebellion (1865) - Gage, Moses D - 356 pages

History of the Eighty-fifth Indiana volunteer infantry, its organization, campaigns and battles (1902) - Brant, Jefferson E. - 196 pages

History of the Eighty-first regiment of Indiana volunteer infantry in the great war of the rebellion, 1861 to 1865 ... A regimental roster. Prison life, adventures, etc. (1901) - Morris, George W - 202 pages

History of the Eighty-second Indiana Volunteer Infantry : its organization, campaigns and battles (1893) - Hunter, Alfred G - 255 pages

History of the Eighty-third Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry; for three years with Sherman (1865) - Grecian, Joseph - 163 pages

History of the Fifty-eighth regiment of Indiana volunteer infantry. Its organization, campaigns and battles from 1861 to 1865 (1895) - Hight, John J.; Stormont, Gilbert R. - 577 pages

History of the Fifty-first Indiana veteran volunteer infantry. A narrative of its organization, marches, battles and other experiences in camp and prison; from 1861 to 1866. With revised roster (1894) - Hartpence, Wm. R. - 405 pages

History of the Forty-sixth regiment Indiana volunteer infantry, September, 1861-September, 1865 (1888) - 220 pages

History of the Seventh Indiana cavalry volunteers, and the expeditions, campaigns, raids, marches, and battles of the armies with which it was connected, with biographical sketches of Brevet Major Genral John P.C. Shanks, and of Brevet Brig. Gen. Thomas M. Browne, and other officers of the regiment; (1876) - Cogley, Thomas Sydenham - 267 pages

History of the Seventy-ninth regiment Indiana volunteer infantry in the civil war of eighteen sixty-one in the United States (1899) - Parker, George W - 221 pages

History of the Sixth Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry : of both the three months' and three years' services : this work contains not only a complete history of the Sixth Indiana Regiment, its trials and hardships, the battles in which it was engaged, but a full description of every battle, its results, etc., also the losses on both sides, the number engaged on both sides, who the commanding officers were, etc (1891) - Briant, C. C. - 423 pages

History of the Sixty-eighth regiment, Indiana volunteer infantry, 1862-1865 (1902) - High, Edwin W. - 416 pages

History of the Third Indiana cavalry (1906) - Pickerill, William N - 201 pages

History of the Thirty-seventh regiment of Indiana infantry volunteers; its organization, campaigns, and battles--Sept. '61-Oct. '64 (1896) - Puntenney, George H - 220 pages

History of the thirty-third Indiana veteran volunteer infantry during the four years of civil war, from Sept. 16, 1861, to July 21, 1865 (1900) - McBride, John Randolph - 280 pages

Indiana at Vicksburg (1911) - Adams, Henry C. - 476 pages

Indiana's roll of honor Volume 1 (1864) - Stevenson, David, A. M; Scribner, Theodore T - 654 pages

Indiana's roll of honor Volume 2 (1864) - Stevenson, David, A. M; Scribner, Theodore T - 652 pages

Memorabilia of the Marches and Battles in which the One Hundredth Regiment of Indiana Infantry Volunteers took an active part. War of Rebellion, 1861-5 (1896) - Sherlock, Eli J - 432 pages

My Story of the Civil War and the Under-ground railroad (1914) - Butler, Marvin Benjamin, Indiana Infantry Regiment, 44th (1861-1865) - 390 pages

New History of the 99th Indiana Infantry : containing official reports, anecdotes, incidents, biographies and complete rolls (1900) - Lucas, Daniel R - 256 pages

Operations of the Indiana legion and minute men, 1863-4. Documents presented to the General assembly, with the governor's message, January 6, 1865 (1865) - 104 pages

Report of the adujutant general of the state of Indiana Volume 1 (1865) - Indiana. Adjutant general's office; Terrell, William H. H. - 856 pages

Report of the adujutant general of the state of Indiana Volume 2 (1865) - Indiana. Adjutant general's office; Terrell, William H. H. - 689 pages

Report of the adujutant general of the state of Indiana Volume 3 (1865) - Indiana. Adjutant general's office; Terrell, William H. H. - 712 pages

Report of the adujutant general of the state of Indiana Volume 4 (1865) - Indiana. Adjutant general's office; Terrell, William H. H. - 680 pages

Report of the adujutant general of the state of Indiana Volume 5 (1865) - Indiana. Adjutant general's office; Terrell, William H. H. - 698 pages

Report of the adujutant general of the state of Indiana Volume 6 (1865) - Indiana. Adjutant general's office; Terrell, William H. H. - 699 pages

Report of the adujutant general of the state of Indiana Volume 7 (1865) - Indiana. Adjutant general's office; Terrell, William H. H. - 781 pages

Report of the adujutant general of the state of Indiana Volume 8 (1865) - Indiana. Adjutant general's office; Terrell, William H. H. - 831 pages

The Eighty-sixth regiment, Indiana volunteer infantry : a narrative of its services in the civil war of 1861-1865 (1895) - Barnes, James A; Carnahan, James Richards; McCain, Thomas H. B - 613 pages

The history of the 67th regiment Indiana infantry volunteers, war of the rebellion (1892) - Scott, Reuben B. - 140 pages

The Seventieth Indiana volunteer infantry in the war of the rebellion (1900) - Merrill, Samuel - 372 pages

The soldier of Indiana in the war for the union Volume 1 (1866) - Merrill, Catharine - 690 pages

The soldier of Indiana in the war for the union Volume 2 (1866) - Merrill, Catharine - 815 pages

The story of the marches, battles and incidents of the 36th regiment Indiana volunteer infantry (1891) - Grose, William - 256 pages

The Twenty-seventh Indiana volunteer infantry in the war of the rebellion, 1861 to 1865. First division, 12th and 20th corps. A history of its recruiting, organization, camp life, marches and battles, together with a roster of the men composing it .. (1899) - Brown, Edmund Randolph - 640 pages

Indiana in the war of the rebellion (1869) - William H.H. Terrell - 358 pages

Civil war letters of Pvt. Elias Baxter Decker of Tipton, Indiana, 75th Indiana Infantry, company G, 1857-1865

Eighty-second regiment, Indiana volunteers - (1901) - by the Indiana Infantry 82nd Regiment - 22 pages

Directory and soldiers' register of Wayne County, Indiana - (1865) - by J.C. Power - 209 pages

The Forty-Fourth Indiana Volunteer Infantry : history of its services in the war of the rebellion and a personal (1880) by John H. Rerick - 272 pages

The war for the Union, 1861-1865. A record of its defenders, living and dead, from Steuben county, Indiana; and history of veteran organizations and kindred associations by Jesse H. Carpenter - 90 pages

History of the 11th Indiana Battery : connected with an outline history of the army of the Cumberland during the War of the Rebellion, 1861-65 by John Otto - (1891) - 107 pages

Civil War diary of Willis B. Keith by W.B. Keith - (1900) - Typewritten copy - 22 pages John

New history of the 99th Indiana Infantry: containing official reports, anecdotes, incidents, biographies and complete rolls by Daniel R. Lucas and Dennis L. Clark - (1900) -252 pages

The Ultimate

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Iowa

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26 - Books on DVD

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Iowa in War Times, (1888) - Byers, S. H. M. (Samuel Hawkins Marshall) - 615 pages

Downing's Civil War Diary (1916) - Downing, Alexander G.; Clark, Olynthus Burroughs - 325 pages

History of the Seventh Iowa Veteran Volunteer Infantry during the civil war (1903) - Smith, H. I. (Henry I.) - 313 pages

Reunion of Twelfth Iowa vet. vol. infantry .. (1880) - 437 pages

Recollections with the Third Iowa regiment: (1864) - Thompson, Seymour D. (Seymour Dwight) - 396 pages

Iowa Colonels and Regiments: being a history of Iowa regiments in the war of the rebellion; and containing a description of the battles in which they have fought (1865) - Stuart, Addison A - 656 pages

First Reunion, Twenty-second Iowa regiment, at Iowa City, Sept. 22 and 23 (1886) - 23 pages

The Lyon Campaign in Missouri : being a history of the First Iowa Infantry and of the causes which led up to its organization, and how it earned the thanks of Congress, which it got : together with a birdseye view of the conditions in Iowa preceding the great Civil War of 1861 (1907) - Ware, Eugene Fitch - 377 pages

Roster and Record of Iowa soldiers in the War of the Rebellion : together with historical sketches of volunteer organizations, 1861-1866 [Volume 4 only] (1908) - 900 pages

History of the 33d Iowa Infantry Volunteer Regiment, 1863-6 (1866) - Sperry, A. F. (Andrew F.) - 237 pages

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 (1867) - Ingersoll, Lurton Dunham - 743 pages

Roster of the Fourth Iowa Cavalry Veteran Volunteers, 1861-1865 : an appendix to "The story of a cavalry regiment." (1902) - Scott, William Forse - 243 pages

First Reunion of Iowa's Hornet's Nest Brigade. 2d, 7th, 8th, 12th, and 14th infantry (1888) - Iowa Hornets' Nest Brigade Association - 72 pages

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 (1890) - Lothrop, Charles H. (Charles Henry); Lothrop, Virginia - 431 pages

Reminiscences of the Twenty-second Iowa volunteer infantry, giving its organization, marches, skirmishes, battles, and sieges, as taken from the diary of Lieutenant S.C. Jones of Company A (1907) - Jones, S. C. (Samuel Calvin) - 164 pages

History of the Second Iowa cavalry; containing a detailed account of its organization, marches, and the battles in which it has participated; also, a complete roster of each company (1865) - Pierce, Lyman B - 237 pages

Report of the Battle Flag Committee appointed by the Twenty-Fourth General Assembly to provide cases and transfer the Iowa battle Flags from the Arsenal to the State capitol (1896) - Iowa Battle Flag Committee - 85 pages

History of the Twenty-second Regiment, Iowa Volunteer Infantry; ... its campaigns in Missouri, in the siege and capture of Vicksburg, in the Texas expedition and in the Shenandoah Valley (1865) - Barnett, Simeon - 90 pages

Recollections of field service with the Twentieth Iowa Infantry Volunteers : or, what I saw in the Army; embracing accounts of marches, battles, sieges, and skirmishes, in Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, Texas, and along the northern border of Mexico (1865) - Barney, C - 662 pages

The politics of Iowa during the civil war and reconstruction (1911) - Clark, Olynthus Burroughs - 202 pages

Border Defence in Iowa during the Civil War (1918) - Clark D.E. -24 pages

Sketches of the war (US Army Iowa Calvalry Regiment 5th (1861- 1865- (1911) - Nott, Charles Cooper - 200 pages

List of ex-soldiers, sailors and marines, living in Iowa (1886) by the Iowa Adjuntant generals office - 768 pages

Biographical data and army record of old soldiers who have lived in O'Brien Co. Iowa (1909) by Schee, George W. and Clark, Dennis L. - 196 pages

Roster of Co. I, 6th Iowa Infantry, war of the rebellion (1912) - Kremer, Wesley Potter - 34 pages

History of the Fifteenth Regiment, Iowa Veteran Volunteer Infantry, from October, 1861, to August, 1865, when disbanded at the end of the war (1887) - Belknap, William W. - 648 pages

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20 - Books on DVD

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Seventeenth Maine regiment at Gettysburg by the United States Army - (1880) - 72 pages

Brief sketch of the battle of Gettysburg; introduction to Maine at Gettysburg by Charles Hamlin - (1898) - 13 pages

History of the First - Tenth - Twenty-ninth Maine regiment. In service of the United States from May 3, 1861, to June 21, 1866 by John Mead gould - (1871) - 709 pages

The sword of honor; a story of the civil war, Maine Infantry. 3rd Regiment by Hannibal Augustus Johnson - (1906) - 96 pages

The story of one regiment; the Eleventh Maine infantry volunteers in the war of the rebellion by the United States Army - (1896) - 452 pages

Military history of Waterville, Maine by Isaac Sparrow Bangs - (1902) - 76 pages

The Sixteenth Maine regiment in the war of the rebellion by Abner Ralph Small - (1886) - 323 pages(1904

Eastern Maine and the rebellion: being an account of the principal local events in Eastern Maine during the war by Ruel H. Stanley - (1887) - 392 pages

Reunions of the Twentieth Maine regiment association at Portland by United States Army - (1881) - 30 pages

History of the Fourth Maine battery, light artillery, in the civil war, 1861-65; containing a brief account of its services compiled from diaries of its members and other sources. Also personal sketches of many of its members and an account of its reunions from 1882 to 1905 by Maine Artillery 4th Battery - (1905) - 182 pages -Note: the text in this book is light in contrast but still legiable.

Our Civil War: a lecture delivered in Portland, Maine by Peter B Templeton - (1861) - 24 pages

History of the First Maine cavalry, 1861-1865 by Edward P. Tobie - (1887) - 729 pages

Roster and statistical record of Company D, of the Eleventh regiment Maine infantry volunteers, with a sketch of its services in the war of the rebellion by Albert B. Maxfield - (1890) - 82 pages

The First Maine heavy artillery, 1862-1865 by Horace H. Shaw and D.L. Clark - (1903) - 511 pages

Army life : a private's reminiscences of the Civil War (Maine Infantry Regiment 20th) by Theodore Gerish - (1882)- 383 pages

Historic record and complete biographic roster, 21st Me. Vols. with reunion records of the 21st Maine Regimental Association by Joseph T. Woodward - (1907) - 260 pages,

The Thirty-second Maine regiment of infantry volunteers; an historical sketch by Henry Clarence Houston - (1903) - 534 pages

The history of the Nineteenth regiment of Maine volunteer infantry, 1862-1865 by John Day Smith - (1909) - 334 pages

History of the Fifth regiment Maine volunteers, comprising brief descriptions of its marches, engagements, and general services from the date of its muster in, June 24, 1861, to the time of its muster out, July 27, 1864 by Rev. George W. Bicknell - (1871) - 403 pages

My recollections of the war of the rebellion (Maine Infantry Regiment 23rd (1862-1863), Maine Mounted Artillery Regiment, 1st Battery, 7th) by William Berry Lapham - (1892) - 240 pages1

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Organization and status of Missouri troops, Union and Confederate, in service during the Civil War by United States Record and Pension Office - (1902) - 334 pages

Official register of Missouri troops for 1862. Published by authority by Missouri Office of the Adjutant General - (1863) - 150 pages

The 21st Missouri Regiment Infantry Veteran Volunteers by T.W. Holman - (1899) - 39 pages

Missouri party struggles in the civil war period by Samuel Bannister Harding - (1901) - 103 pages

Some lists of Missouri soldiers from the civil war (These lists were produced individually and anonymously." All these lists are dated 1862 or 1863) - 30 pages

Lincoln and Missouri by Walter Barlow Stevens - (1916) - 92 pages,

With Porter in North Missouri; a chapter in the history of the war between the states by Joseph A. Mudd - (1909) - 432 pages (1866) C.S.A 4)

The story of the guard: a chronicle of the war (United States Army Missouri Cavalry) by Jessie Benton Fremont - (1863) - 2326 pages

Missouri troops in service during the civil war. Letter from the secretary of war, in response to the Senate resolution passed on June 14, 1902 by the United States Record and Pension Office - (1902) - 334 pages

Soldiering on foot and on horseback during the Civil War. Interesting experiences during the war of the rebellion by Luther William Harris (Mr. Harris was a member of Co. B, 7th Missouri Cavalry the first year of the war, then of Co. H, 72nd Illinois Infantry, for the remainder of the duration) - 12 pages

History of Lafayette county, Mo. , carefully written and compiled from the most authentic official and private sources, including a history of its townships, cities, towns, and villages, together with a condensed history of Missouri; the Constitution of the United States, and state of Missouri; a military record of volunteers in either army of the great civil war .. by the Missouri Historical Company - (1881) - 702 pages

Memoirs: historical and personal; including the campaigns of the First Missouri Confederate Brigade by Ephraim McDowell Anderson - (1868) - 434 pages

Gen. Nathaniel Lyon, and Missouri in 1861 : a monograph of the great rebellion by James Peckham - (1866) - 448 pages

Itinerary of General Sterling Price's Missouri expedition, Aug. 28, 1864-Dec. 3, 1864 by Sterling Price - 14 pages

Three years in the service. A record of the doings of the 11th reg. Missouri vols by D. McCall and D. Clark - (1864) - 40 pages

A private chapter of the war (1861-5) (U.S. Army Missouri Infantry Regiment 6th) by George Bailey - (1880) - 270 pages

Slavery in the United States, emancipation in Missouri. Speech of Samuel T. Glover, at the ratification meeting in St. Louis, held at the Court House, July 22, 1863 by Samuel T. Glover - (1863) - 18 pages6

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 - (1908) - 386 pages)

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 .. by William A. Neal - (1889) - 304 pages

The Union cause in St. Louis in 1861; an historical sketch by Robert Julius Rombauer - (1909) - 475 pages

The rebellion : its origin and life in slavery. Position and policy of Missouri, by Charles Daniel Drake - (1862) - 8 pages

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The Seventh Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers in the War of the Rebellion (1896) - Little, Henry F. W - 809 pages

A History of the Fifth Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers, in the American Civil War, 1861-1865 (1893) - Child, William - 650 pages

A History of the Eighth Regiment of New Hampshire Volunteers, including its service as infantry, Second N. H. Cavalry, and Veteran Battalion in the Civil War of 1861-1865, covering a period of three years, ten months, and nineteen days (1892) - Stanyan, John M - 662 pages

History of the Second Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers: its camps, marches and battles (1865) - Haynes, Martin A. (Martin Alonzo) - 224 pages

New Hampshire in the great rebellion : containing histories of the several New Hampshire regiments, and a biographical notices of many of the prominent actors in the Civil War of 1861-65 (1870) - Waite, Otis F. R. (Otis Frederick Reed) - 608 pages

A History of the Second regiment, New Hampshire volunteer infantry, in the war of the rebellion (1896) - Haynes, Martin A. (Martin Alonzo) - 507 pages

A History of the Eleventh New Hampshire Regiment, Volunteer Infantry in the rebellion war, 1861-1865 (1891) - Cogswell, Leander W. (Leander Winslow) - 785 pages

History of the Ninth Regiment, New Hampshire volunteers in the War of the rebellion (1895) - Lord, Edward O. (Edward Oliver) - 1093 pages

History of the Twelfth regiment, New Hampshire volunteers in the war of the rebellion (1897) - Bartlett, Asa W. - 867 pages

History of the Sixth New Hampshire Regiment in the war for the Union (1891) - Jackman, Lyman - 630 pages

Complete roster of the Eighth Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers (1895) - New Hampshire Adjutant- General's Office - 106 pages

The Third New Hampshire and all about it (1893) - Eldredge, D. (Daniel) - 1054 pages

History of the Eighteenth New Hampshire Volunteers, 1864-5 (1904) - Livermore, Thomas L. (Thomas Leonard) - 124 pages

History of the Fifteenth Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers : 1862-1863 (1900) - McGregor, Charles - 623 pages

History of the Sixteenth regiment, New Hampshire volunteers (1897) - Townsend, L. T. (Luther Tracy) - 574 pages

Thirteenth regiment of New Hampshire volunteer infantry in the war of the rebellion, 1861-1865: a diary covering three years and a day (1888) - Thompson, S. Millet - 717 pages

History of the Seventeenth regiment, New Hampshire volunteer infantry,1862-1863 (1898) - Kent, Charles Nelson - 325 pages

The First Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers in the Great Rebellion: containing the story of the campaign; an account of the "Great uprising of the people of state," and other articles upon subjects associated with the early war period .. (1890) - Abbott, Stephen G - 511 pages

A minor war history compiled from a soldier boy's letters to "the girl I left behind me", 1861-1864. Dramatis personae, The soldier boy - Martin A. Haynes, Company I, Second New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry. "The girl I left behind me" - Cornelia T. Lane, now and for more than fifty years the wife of the soldier boy (1916) - Haynes, Martin A. (Martin Alonzo) - 171 pages

A memorial of the Great Rebellion: being a history of the Fourteenth Regiment New-Hampshire Volunteers, covering its three years of service, with original sketches of army life. 1862-1865 (1882) - Buffum, Francis H. (Francis Henry) - 443 page

A History of the army experience of William A. Canfield - US Army New Hampshire Infantry Regiment 9th (1862-1865) (1869) - Canfield, William A. - 34 pages

Roster, Fourth Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers (1896) - Hutchinson, John G - 204 pages

Muster out roll of the second New Hampshire regiment in the war of rebellion (1917) - Haynes, Martin A. (Martin Alonzo) - 55 pages

History of the New Hampshire surgeons in the war of rebellion (1906) - Conn, Granville Priest -558 pages

Claremont war history: April, 1861, to April, 1865: with sketches of New-Hampshire regiments, and a biographical notice of each Claremont soldier, etc (1868) - Waite, Otis Frederick Reed - 299 pages

Reminiscences of the war of the rebellion, 1861-1865 (1911) Copp, Elbridge J. and Clark D.L. - 530 pages

Days and events, 1860-1866 - US Army New Hampshire Infantry Regiment 18th - (1920) - Livermore, Thomas L. - 480 pages

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Garrie Jackson papers, 1863-1865 (1863) - Jackson, Garrie - 113 pages

Histories of the several regiments and battalions from North Carolina, in the great war 1861-'65 Volume 3 (1901) - Clark, Walter - 898 pages

Histories of the several regiments and battalions from North Carolina, in the great war 1861-'65 Volume 5 (1901) - Clark, Walter - 958 pages

Letters from the Forty-fourth regiment M.V.M. : a record of the experience of a nine months' regiment in the Department of North Carolina in 1862-3 (1863) - Haines, Zenas T - 144 pages

North Carolina in the civil war - (1902) - Sloan Foundation - 12 pages

Official army register of the volunteer force of the United States army for the years 1861, '62, '63, '64, '65 .. (1865) - United States. Adjutant-General's Office - 100 pages

Official program United Confederate Veterans, at their 39th reunion, held at Charlotte, N.C., June 5th, 1929. (1929) No Copyright. - by U.C.V.C.M.A. - 100 pages

Record of the service of the Forty-Fourth Massachusetts Volunteer Militia in North Carolina, August 1862 to May 1863 (1887) - Gardner, James Brown - 424 pages

Reminiscences of the Civil War, 1861-1865 (1909) - Ledford, Preston Lafayette - 128 pages

Reminiscences of the Guilford Grays, Co. B., 27th N. C. regiment by John A. Sloan - (1883) -126 pages

Roster of Confederate soldiers in the war between the states furnished by Lincoln County, North Carolina, 1861-1865 (1905) - Nixon, Alfred - 88 pages

Roster of North Carolina troops in the war between the states, Volume 2, by North Carolina General Assembly, John Wheeler - (1882) - 723 pages of North Carolina troops in the war between (1883)

Roster of the twenty-one companies furnished by Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, in the late war, 1861-65 by J.B. Alexander - (1899) - 58 pages

Soldiering in North Carolina; being the experiences of a 'typo' in the pines, swamps, fields, sandy roads, towns, cities, and among the fleas, wood-ticks, 'gray-backs,' mosquitoes, blue-tail flies, moccasin snakes, lizards, scorpions, rebels, and other reptiles, pests, and vermin of the 'Old north state.' Embracing an account of the three-years and nine-months Massachusetts regiments in the department, the freedmen, etc., etc., etc (1864) - Kirwan, Thomas - 142 pages

The Civil War in Chowan County, North Carolina (1916) - Richard Dillard - 40 pages

The last ninety days of the war in North Carolina (1866) - Spencer, by Cornelia Phillips - 310 pages

The raising, organization and equipment of North Carolina troops during the Civil War (1919) - Clark, Walter and Clark, D.L. - 20 pages

The southern soldier boy : a thousand shots for the Confederacy by James Carson Elliott - (1907) - 74 pages

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A corporal's story. Experiences in the ranks of Company C, 81st Ohio vol. infantry, during the war for the maintenance of the Union, 1861-1864 (1887) - Wright, Charles - 143 pages

A historic sketch, lest we forget Company "E." 26th Ohio infantry in the war for the union, 1861-65 (1909) - Kelly, Walden - 45 pages

A history of the Eleventh regiment, (Ohio volunteer infantry,) containing the military record ... of each officer and enlisted man of the command-a list of deaths-an account of the veterans-incidents of the field and camp-names of the three months' volunteers, etc., etc. (1866) - Horton, J. H; Teverbaugh, Solomon - 287 pages

A military record of Battery D, First Ohio veteran volunteers, light artillery; (1908) - 221 pages

Dan. McCook's regiment, 52nd O. V. I (1900) - Stewart, Nixon B. - 244 pages

Every-day soldier life, or A history of the One hundred and thirteenth Ohio volunteer infantry (1884) - McAdams, F. M. (Francis Marion) - 400 pages

Four years in the saddle. History of the First Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Cavalry. War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865 (1898) - Curry, W. L - 532 pages

Greene County soldiers in the late war : being a history of the Seventy-fourth O.V.I., with sketches of the Twelfth, Ninety-fourth, One Hundred and Tenth, Forty-fourth, Tenth Ohio Battery, One Hundred and Fifty-fourth, Fifty-fourth, Seventeenth, Thirty-fourth, One Hundred and Eighty-fourth, together with a list of Greene County's soldiers (1884) - Owens, Ira S - 294 pages

History and Roster of the Fourth and Fifth independent battalions and Thirteenth regiment Ohio cavalry volunteers: their battles and skirmishes, roster of the dead, etc (1902) - Aston, Howard - 221 pages

History of the 102d Regiment, O.V.I (1907) - Schmutz, Geo. S - 332 pages

History of the 104th regiment Ohio volunteer infantry from 1862 to 1865 (1886) - Pinney, N - 170 pages

History of the 133rd regiment, O. V. I. and incidents connected with its service during the "War of the Rebellion." (1896) - Sherman, S. M. - 180 pages

History of the 21st Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion (1893) - Canfield, S. S. - 294 pages

History of the 78th regiment O.V.V.I., from its "muster-in" to its "muster-out"; comprising its organization, marches, campaigns, battles and skirmishes (1865) - Stevenson, Thomas M. - 349 pages

History of the 90th Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Great Rebellion in the United States, 1861-1865 (1902) - Harden, H. O. (Henry O.) - 337 pages

History of the Eighty-first regiment Ohio infantry volunteers : during the war of the rebellion (1865) - Chamberlin, W. H. - 226 pages

History of the Eighty-sixth regiment Ohio volunteer infantry (1909) - Ashburn, Joseph Nelson - 168 pages

History of the Eighty-third Ohio Volunteer Infantry (1912) - Marshall, T. B. - 248 pages

History of the Fifty-third regiment Ohio volunteer infantry, during the war of the rebellion, 1861 to 1865. Together with more (1900) - Duke, John K. - 364 pages

History of the Fortieth Ohio Volunteer Infantry (1884) - Beach, John N - 244 pages

History of the Forty-eigth Ohio vet. vol. inf. giving a complete account of the regiment from its organization at Camp Dennison, Ohio, in October, 1861, to the close of the war, and its final muster-out, May 10, 1866 .. (1880) - Bering, John A. - 284 pages

History of the Fourteenth Ohio regiment, O.V.V.I. : from the beginning of the war in 1861 to its close in 1865 (1881) - Chase, J. A. - 148 pages

History of the service of the Third Ohio veteran volunteer cavalry in the war for the preservation of the Union from 1861-1865 (1910) Crofts, Thos. - 330 pages

History of the Seventh Ohio volunteer cavalry (1881) - Rankin, R. C. (Richard C.) - 29 pages

History of the Thirtieth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry : from its organization, to the fall of Vicksburg, Miss. (1863) - Brinkerhoff, Henry R - 136 pages

History of the Thirty-second Regiment : Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry (1896) - Hays, E. Z. - 308 pages

Itinerary of the Seventh Ohio volunteer infantry, 1861-1864, with roster, portraits and biographies (1907) - Wilson, Lawrence - 928 pages

Journal history of the Twenty-ninth Ohio veteran volunteers, 1861-1865 (1883) - Se Cheverell, J - 298 pages

Journal-history of the Seventy-third Ohio Volunteer Infantry (1866) - Hurst, Samuel H - 253 pages

Lincoln's body guard, the Union Light Guard of Ohio; With some personal recollections of Abraham Lincoln (1911) - McBride, Robert W. - 39 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the war of the rebellion., 1861-1866 Volume 10 (1886) - 711 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the war of the rebellion., 1861-1866 Volume 11 (1886) - 811 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the war of the rebellion., 1861-1866 Volume 3 (1886) - 782 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the war of the rebellion., 1861-1866 Volume 4 (1886) - 820 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the war of the rebellion., 1861-1866 Volume 5 (1886) - 808 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the war of the rebellion., 1861-1866 Volume 6 (1886) - 786 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the war of the rebellion., 1861-1866 Volume 7 (1886) - 786 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the war of the rebellion., 1861-1866 Volume 8 (1886) - 788 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the war of the rebellion., 1861-1866 Volume 9 (1886) - 790 pages

Ohio at Shiloh; report of the commission (1903) - Lindsey, Thomas Jefferson - 226 pages

Ohio at Vicksburg; report of the Ohio Vicksburg Battlefield Commission (1906) - Gault, William Perryander - 374 pages

Ohio in the war : her statesmen, her generals, and soldiers Volume 1 (1868) - Reid, Whitelaw - 1050 pages

Ohio in the war : her statesmen, her generals, and soldiers Volume 2 (1868) - Reid, Whitelaw - 949 pages

Opdycke tigers, 125th O. V. I., a history of the regiment and of the campaigns and battles of the Army of the Cumberland (1895) - Clark, Charles T - 524 pages

Recollections of a cavalryman of the civil war after fifty years, 1861-1865 (1915) - Hamilton, William Douglas - 309 pages

Record of service of Company K, 150th O. V. I. 1864 (1903) - Cannon, James Calkins - 39 pages

Record of the Ninety-fourth regiment, Ohio volunteer infantry, in the war of the rebellion (1892) - 166 pages

Record of the One hundred and sixteenth regiment, Ohio infantry volunteers in the war of the rebellion (1884) - Wildes, Thomas Francis - 404 pages

Reminiscences of a boy's service with the 76th Ohio, in the Fifteenth Army Corps (1908) - Willison, Charles A. - 127 pages

Report of proceedings of Ohio brigade reunion, including addresses, correspondence, etc., held at Columbus, Ohio, October 3 and 4, 1878 (1879) - 66 pages

Roster of the Ninety-sixth regiment, Ohio volunteer infantry (1895) - Bartlett, Robert F - 196 pages

Story of the One Hundred and First Ohio Infantry : a memorial volume (1894) - Day, L. W. (Lewis W.) - 463 pages

The campaigns of the 124th regiment, Ohio volunteer infantry (1894) - Lewis, G - 352 pages

The colonel's diary; journals kept before and during the civil war by the late Colonel Oscar L. Jackson...sometime commander of the 63rd regiment O. V. I (1922) - Jackson, Oscar L. (Oscar Lawrence); Jackson, David Prentice - 262 pages

The Fifteenth Ohio volunteers and its campaigns, war of 1861-5 (1916) - Cope, Alexis - 796 pages

The Forty-first Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865 (1897) - Kimberly, Robert L; Holloway, Ephraim S - 292 pages

The Forty-second Ohio infantry: a history of the organization and services of that regiment in the war of the rebellion; (1876) - Mason, Frank H. - 332 pages

The history of Fuller's Ohio brigade, 1861-1865; its great march, with roster, portraits, battle maps and biographies (1909) - Smith, Charles H. - 623 pages

The military history of the 123d Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infantry (1874) - Keyes, C. M. - 212 pages

The service of the regiment in Maryland and the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia; (1911]) - Perkins, George - 118 pages

The story of a regiment : a history of the campaigns, and associations in the field, of the Sixth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry (1868) - Hannaford, E - 634 pages.

The story of a thousand. Being a history of the service of the 105th Ohio volunteer infantry, in the war for the union from August 21, 1862 to June 6, 1865 (1896) - Tourgée, Albion Winegar - 497 pages

The story of the Ninety-first : read at a re-union of the Ninety-first Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, held at Portsmouth, Ohio, April 8, 1868, in response to the toast, "Our bond of union" (1868) - Ewing, E. E. and Clark D.L. - 25 pages

Trials and triumphs : the record of the Fifty-Fifth Ohio Volunteer Infantry (1904) - Osborn, Hartwell - 364 pages

War as viewed from the ranks. Personal recollections of the War of the Rebellion, by a private soldier (1898) - Keesy, W. A. (William Allen) - 240 pages

Ohio politics during the Civil War period (1911) - by George Henry Porter - 250 pages

Relation of southern Ohio to the South during the decade preceding the civil war (1913) by David Carl Shilling - 28 pages

The sixty-seventh Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry, a brief record of its four years of service in the Civil War: 1861-1865 (1922) by the Ohio Infantry 67th - 24 pages 01

Three hundred days in a Yankee prison; reminiscenses of war life, captivity, imprisonment at Camp Chase, Ohio (1904) by John Henry King - 114 pages captivity, imprisonment

Volunteers of Washington County, Ohio : war of the rebellion 1861-1865 ; Also members and officers of Buell Post No. 178, G.A.R. ... Comrades buried in the cemeteries of Marietta, Ohio, to January 1st, 1913 (1913) by Charles Humphreys Newton -104 pages

Services of the Ninety-sixth Ohio volunteers (1874) by J.T. Woods - 236 pages

Army register of Ohio volunteers in the service of the United States (1862) by Charles A. Poland - 74 pages

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A Narrative of the Campaign of the First Rhode Island regiment, in the spring and summer of 1861 ... (1862) - Woodbury, Augustus - 260 pages

Battery D, First Rhode Island Light Artillery, in the Civil War, 1861-1865 (1897) - Sumner, George C - 216 pages

Campaign of Battery D, First Rhode Island light artillery (1913) - Parker, Ezra Knight - 64 pages

Diary of Battery A, First Regiment Rhode Island Light Artillery (1865) - Reichardt, Theodore - 172 pages

Extract from the history of the Third Regiment R. I. Heavy Artillery (1894) - Rhode Island. Adjutant-General's Office - 32 pages

Forty-six months with the Fourth R. I. volunteers, in the war of 1861 to 1865 (1887) - Allen, George H. - 408 pages

History of Company F, 1st regiment, R.I. volunteers, during the spring and summer of 1861 (1891) - Clarke, Charles H - 90 pages

History of the Eleventh regiment, Rhode Island volunteers, in the war of the rebellion (1881) - Thompson, John C. - 242 pages

History of the Fifth Regiment of Rhode Island Heavy Artillery, during three years and a half of service in North Carolina. January 1862-June 1865 (1892) - Burlingame, John K - 428 pages

History of the Ninth and Tenth Regiments Rhode Island Volunteers, and the Tenth Rhode Island Battery, in the Union Army in 1862 (1892) - Spicer, William Arnold - 440 pages

History of the Seventh Squadron, Rhode Island Cavalry (1879) - Corliss, Augustus Whittemore - 36 pages

History of the Twelfth Regiment, Rhode Island Volunteers, in the Civil War, 1862-1863 (1904) - Tillinghast, Pardon Elisha - 522 pages

Memoirs of Rhode Island officers who were engaged in the service of their country during the great rebellion of the South. Illustrated with thirty-four portraits (1867) - Bartlett, John Russell - 606 pages

My first campaign (1863) - Grant, Joseph W - 152 pages

Official register of Rhode Island officers and soldiers who served in the United States army and navy from 1861 to 1865. Published by order of the General assembly, January session, 1866 (1866) - Rhode Island. Adjutant general's - 112 pages

Reminiscences of two years with the colored troops (1880) - Addeman, Joshua M. - 54 pages

Rhode Island in the rebellion (1864) - Stone, Edwin Winchester - 454 pages

Sabres and spurs : the First Regiment Rhode Island Cavalry in the Civil War, 1861-1865 : its origin, marches, scouts, skirmishes, raids, battles, sufferings, victories, and appropriate official papers, with the roll of honor and roll of the regiment : illustrated with portraits of cavalry generals and a map of the regiment's war-path (1876) - Denison, Frederic - 600 pages

The Fourteenth regiment Rhode Island heavy artillery (colored) in the war to preserve the Union, 1861-1865 (1898) - Chenery, William H - 448 pages

The history of Battery A, First regiment Rhode Island light artillery in the war to preserve the union, 1861-1865 (1904) - Aldrich, Thomas M - 496 pages

The history of Battery E, First regiment Rhode Island light artillery, in the war of 1861 and 1865, to preserve the Union (1892) - Lewis, George - 616 pages

The history of Battery H, first regiment Rhode Island light artillery, in the war to preserve the union, 1861-1865 (1894) - Fenner, Earl - 270 pages

The Second Rhode Island regiment: a narrative of military operations in which the regiment was engaged from the beginning to the end of the war for the union (1875) - Woodbury, Augustus - 633

The Second Rhode Island volunteers at the siege of Petersburg, Virginia (1915) - Rhodes, Elisha Hunt - 31 pages

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East Tennessee and the civil war by Oliver Perry Temple - (1899) - 588 pages

The loyal mountaineers of Tennessee by Thomas William Humes - (1888) - 398 pages

The First Tennessee Regiment, United States Volunteers by Will Thomas Hale - (1899) - 57 pages

Old Nineteenth Tennessee regiment, C. S. A by William Johnson Worsham - (1902) - 235 pages

Tennessee in the war, 1861-1865; lists of military organizations and officers from Tennessee in both the Confederate and Union armies; general and staff officers of the provisional army of Tennessee, appointed by Governor Isham G. Harris by Marcus Joseph Wright - (1908) - 224 pages

A brief narrative of the Fourth Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, Wheeler's Corps, Army of Tennessee by George B. Guild - (1913) - 267 pages

Campaigns and battles of the Sixteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers, in the war between the states, with incidental sketches of the part performed by other Tennessee troops in the by Thomas A. Head - (1885) - 474 pages

Personal record of the Thirteenth Regiment, Tennessee Infantry by Alfred J. Vaughan - (1897) - 80 pages\

Battles and sketches of the Army of Tennessee by Bromfield Lewis Ridley - (1906) - 662 pages

Down in Tennessee, and back by way of Richmond. by James R. Gilmore - (1864) - 279 pages

Who planned the Tennessee campaign of 1862? or, Anna Ella Carroll vs. Ulysses S. Grant : a few generally unknown facts in regard to our Civil War by Matilda Joslyn Gage - (1880) - 16 pages

Hancock's diary: or, A history of the Second Tennessee Confederate cavalry by Richard R. Hancock - (1887) - 644 pages

"Co. Aytch" : Maury Grays, First Tennessee Regiment, or, a side show of the big show by Samuel R Watkins - (1900) - 222 pages

First reunion of the survivors of the Army of the Tennessee and its four corps by Association of Survivors of the Army of Tennessee - (1892) - 214 pages

History of the Twentieth Tennessee Regiment Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A by William Josiah McMurray - (1904) - 512 pages

The retreat from Pulaski to Nashville, Tenn.; battle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 30th, 1864; by Levi Tucker Scofield - (1909) - 66 pages

The Battle of Spring Hill, Tennessee : read after the stated meeting held February 2d, 1907 by John K. Sheelenberger - (1907) - 26 pages

History of the Thirteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, U. S. A. : including a narrative of the bridge burning; the Carter County rebellion, and the loyalty, heroism and suffering of the Union men and women of Carter and Johnson counties, Tennessee, during the Civil War ... by Samuel W. Scott - (1903) - 510 pages

History of the First regiment of Tennessee volunteer cavalry in the great war of the rebellion, with the armies of the Ohio and Cumberland, under Generals Marogan, Rosecrans, Thomas, Stanley and Wilson by William Randolph Carter - (1902) - 56 pages

Letters and memorials of an East Tennessee Union soldier, in behalf of his long suffering and oppressed countrymen, under rebel anarchy in 1861-2-3-4- still in the midst of war, desolation, and wide-spread famine by Peter H. Grisham and Dennis L. Clark - (1864) - 15 pages

Stone's river, the turning-point of the Civil War by Wilson J. Vance - (1914) - 72 pages

The Regular brigade of the Fourteenth army corps, the Army of the Cumberland, in the battle of Stone River, or Murfreesboro', Tennessee, from December 31st, 1862, to January 3d, 1863, both dates inclusive by Frederick Phisterer - (1883) - 30 pages

The artillery of Nathan Bedford Forrest's cavalry, "the wizard of the saddle," by John Watson Morton - (1909) - 376 pages

Notes of a private, Tennessee Cavalry. 7th Regt., Co. E by John Milton Hubbard - (1909) - 196 pages,

History of the rebellion in Bradley County, East Tennessee by J.S. Hurlburt - (1866) -230 pages

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A vast collection of both Union and Confederate Rosters

CONTENTS

100 great battles of the rebellion; a detailed account of regiments and batteries engaged -- casualties, killed, wounded and missing, and the number of men in action in each regiment; also, all the battles of the Revolution, War of 1812-5, Mexican War, Indian battles, American-Spanish War, and naval battles. State rosters from the several northern states, giving the enrollment, number killed, wounded, died and deserted from each organization during the war by Wesley Potter Kremer - (1906) - 366 pages


A brief history of the Ladies' Memorial Association of Charleston, S. C., from its organization in 1865 to April 1, 1880. Together with a roster of the Confederate dead interred at Magnolia and the various city church-yards by the Ladies Memorial Association of Charleston – (1880) – 42 pages

A brief history of the Thirty-fourth regiment, N. Y. S. V. : embracing a complete roster of all officers and men and a full account of the dedication of the monument on the battlefield of Antietam, September 17, 1902 by Louis N. Chapin – (1903) – 188 pages

A condensed history of the 56th Regiment, New York Veteran Volunteer Infantry, which was part of the organization known as the "Tenth Legion" in the Civil War, 1861-1865, together with a register or roster of all the members of the regiment, and the war record of each member as recorded in the Adjutant General's Office at Albany, New York by Joel C. Blake – (1906) – 424 pages

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 – (1890) – 418 pages

A history of the Henry County commands which served in the Confederate States army, including rosters of the various companies enlisted in Henry County, Tenn by Edwin H. Rennolds – (1904) – 301 pages

A history of the Tenth Regiment, Vermont Volunteers, with biographical sketches of the officers who fell in battle. And a complete roster of all the officers and men connected with it--showing all changes by promotion, death or resignation, during the military existence of the regiment by Edwin Mortimer Haynes - (1870) - 249 pages

A military record of Battery D, First Ohio veteran volunteers, light artillery; by U.S. Army - (1908) - 220 pages

A narrative of the formation and services of the Eleventh Massachusetts Volunteers, from April 15, 1861, to July 14, 1865. Being a brief account of their experiences in the camp and in the field, to which is added a roster, containing the names of all surviving members known to the Veteran association by Gustavus B. Hutchinson - (1893) - 76 pages

A roster of general officers, heads of departments, senators, representatives, military organizations, etc., etc., in Confederate service during the war between by Charles Colcock Jones – (1876) - 158 pages

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 by William A. Neal – (1889) – 334 pages

Company G. : a record of the services of one company of the 157th N. Y. vols. in the war of the rebellion, from Sept. 19, 1862 to July 10, 1865, including the roster of the company by Albert Rowe Barlow – (1899) – 258 pages

Complete history of the 46th Illinois Veteran Volunteer Infantry, from the date of its organization in 1861, to its final discharge, February 1st, 1866, containing a full and authentic account of the participation of the Regiment in the battles, sieges, skirmishes and expeditions in which it has been engaged, together with a complete roster of the Regiment, showing the promotions, commissioned and non-commissioned, deaths, discharges and desertions by Henry H. Woodbury - (1866) - 76 pages

Complete roster of the Eighth Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers by New Hampshire Adjutant-General’s Office – ( 1895) – 118 pages

Historic record and complete biographic roster, 21st Me. Vols. with reunion records of the 21st Maine Regimental Association by Joseph T. Woodward – (1907) – 298 pages

History and complete roster of the Massachusetts regiments, minute men of '61 who responded to the first call of President Abraham Lincoln, April 15, 1861, to defend the Flag and Constitution of the United States ... and biographical sketches of minute men of Massachusetts - (1910) - 438 pages

History and roster of Maryland Volunteers, war of 1861-5 by the Maryland General Assembly – (1898) – 860 pages

History and roster of the Fourth and Fifth independent battalions and Thirteenth regiment Ohio cavalry volunteers: their battles and skirmishes, roster of the dead, etc. by Howard Aston – (1902) - 228 pages

History and roster of the Seventh Pa. Cavalry Veteran Volunteers by The U.S. Army – (1904) – 156 pages

History of the Corn Exchange Regiment, 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers, from their first engagement at Antietam to Appomattox. To which is added a record of its organization and a complete roster. Fully illustrated with maps, portraits, and over one hundred illustrations by the U.S. Army - (1888) - 746 pages

History of the Eighty-first regiment of Indiana volunteer infantry in the great war of the rebellion, 1861 to 1865 ... A regimental roster. Prison life, adventures, etc. by George W. Morris – (1901) – 214 pages

History of the Fifty-first Indiana veteran volunteer infantry. A narrative of its organization, marches, battles and other experiences in camp and prison; from 1861 to 1866. With revised roster by William Ross Hartpence – (1894) – 440 pages

History of the Thirty-Fifth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, 1862-1865. With a roster by U.S. Army – (1884) – 508 pages

History of the Thirty-seventh Regiment, Mass., Volunteers, in the civil war of 1861-1865, with a comprehensive sketch of the doings of Massachusetts as a state, and of the principal campaigns of the war by James L Bowen – (1884) – 970 pages

History of the Second Iowa cavalry; containing a detailed account of its organization, marches, and the battles in which it has participated; also, a complete roster of each company by Lyman B. Pierce - (1865) - 252 pages

Illustrated roster of the Department of Illinois Grand Army of the Republic by Grand Army of the Republic – (1914) – 170 pages

Itinerary of the Seventh Ohio volunteer infantry, 1861-1864, with roster, portraits and biographies by Lawrence Wilson – (1907) – 928 pages

Official roster, Department of Colorado and Wyoming, Grand army of the republic; embracing a digest of the history, organization and growth of the Grand army of the republic, Ladies of the Grand army, Woman's relief corps and Loyal legion by Grand Army of the Republic - (1910) - 84 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866, Volume 3, by The Ohio Roster Commission – (1886) – 794 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866, Volume 4, by The Ohio Roster Commission – (1886) – 842 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866, Volume 5, by The Ohio Roster Commission – (1886) – 828 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866, Volume 6, by The Ohio Roster Commission – (1886) – 810 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866, Volume 8, by The Ohio Roster Commission – (1886) – 812 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866, Volume 9, by The Ohio Roster Commission – (1886) – 810 pages

Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866, Volume 10, by The Ohio Roster Commission – (1886) – 736 pages

Random sketches and wandering thoughts, or, What I saw in camp, on the march, the bivouac, the battle field and hospital, while with the army in Virginia, North and South Caroline, during the late rebellion : with a historical sketch of the second Oswego regiment, Eighty-first New York state V.I., a record of all its officers, and a roster of its enlisted men, also an appendix by Bartholomew S. De Forest - (1866) - 326 pages

Register of Confederate soldiers who died in Camp Douglas, 1862-65 and lie buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., by the United Confederate Veterans Illinois Division – (1892) – 72 pages

Roster and history of the Department of Georgia, (states of Georgia and South Carolina,) Grand army of the republic by Grand Army of the Republic Dept. of Georgia – ( 1894) – 13 pages

Roster and record of Iowa soldiers in the War of the Rebellion : together with historical sketches of volunteer organizations, 1861-1866, Volume 4 by Iowa Adjutant General’s Office – (1908) - 938 pages

Roster and sketches of the several military companies which were in regular service of the Confederate States during the Civil War from Yazoo County, Miss. Collected from the muster rolls and authentic sources of reliable men and published by order of Yazoo Camp, 176, of Confederate Veterans of Yazoo City, Miss by the Confederate Veterans of Yazoo County Mississippi – (1905) – 52 pages

Roster and statistical record of Company D, of the Eleventh regiment Maine infantry volunteers, with a sketch of its services in the war of the rebellion by Albert B. Maxfield – (1890) – 102 pages

Roster of Company I, 24th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers by the Massachusetts Infantry – (1902) – 20 pages

Roster of Confederate soldiers in the war between the states furnished by Lincoln County, North Carolina, 1861-1865 By the United Confederate Veterans – (1905) - 82 pages

Roster of members of the Signal corps, U. S. A., 1861-1865, comprising all whose addresses are known, arranged alphabetically and by states and cities and towns by US Veteran Signal Corps – (1913) – 24 pages

Roster of Nebraska volunteers from 1861-1869 by the Nebraska Adjutant General’s Office – (1888) – 246 pages

Roster of Signal corps, U.S.A. 1861-1865, issued by the U.S. veteran signal corps association, Civil war division, November 1910 by U.S. Veteran Signal Corps – (1910) - 52 pages

Roster of the survivors of the 86th Illinois volunteer infantry, with the post office addresses as far as known, together with the Proceedings of the reunion held at Peoria, Ill., August 27, 1887 by Illinois Infantry 86th - (1887) - 44 pages

Roster of the Fourth Iowa Cavalry Veteran Volunteers, 1861-1865 : an appendix to "The story of a cavalry regiment." By William Forse Scott – (1902) – 270 pages

Roster of the New Hampshire division, Sons of veterans U. S. A., head-quarters, Dover, N.H., 1891 & 1892 by the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, New Hampshire Division – (1892) – 16 pages

Roster of the Ninety-sixth regiment, Ohio volunteer infantry by Robert Franklin Bartlett – (1895) – 196 pages

Roster of veterans of the Mexican, civil, and Spanish-American wars, residing in Nebraska, 1915 by the Nebraska Secretary of State – (1915) – 136 pages Wisconsin volunteers, war of the rebellion, 1861-1865 (1886)

Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers, war of the rebellion, 1861-1865, Volume 1 by Wisconsin Adjutant Generals Office – (1886) - 856 pages

Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers, war of the rebellion, 1861-1865, Volume 2 by Wisconsin Adjutant Generals Office – (1886) - 994 pages

Roster, Forty sixth regiment, M.V.M. by the Massachusetts Infantry - (1888) - 24 pages

Roster, Fourth Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers by John G. Hutchinson – (1896) – 200 pages

Tabulated roster of the Army of the Potomac at Gettysburg, Penna., July 1, 2, 3, 1863, Volume 1, by James Beale – (1888) – 48 pages

Tabulated roster of the Army of the Potomac at Gettysburg, Penna., July 1, 2, 3, 1863, Volume 2, by James Beale – (1888) - 38 pages

Tentative roster of the Third regiment, South Carolina volunteers, Confederate States provisional army, Volume 1, by Alexander Samuel Salley – (1908) – 144 pages

Tentative roster of the Third regiment, South Carolina volunteers, Confederate States provisional army, Volume 2, by Alexander Samuel Salley – (1908) – 146 pages

The campaigns of the 124th regiment, Ohio volunteer infantry, with roster and roll of honor by George W. Lewis – (1894) – 352 pages

The Detroit Light Guard : a complete record of this organization from its foundation to the present day : 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 by Wlate F. Clowes – (1900) – 678 pages

The Forty-second Ohio infantry: a history of the organization and services of that regiment in the war of the rebellion; with biographical sketches of its field officers and a full roster of the regiment by Frank H. Mason – (1876) – 328 pages

The history of Fuller's Ohio brigade, 1861-1865; its great march, with roster, portraits, battle maps and biographies by Charles H. Smith – (1909) – 636 pages

The Ninth New York heavy artillery. A history of its organization, services in the defenses of Washington, marches, camps, battles, and muster-out ... and a complete roster of the regiment - (1899) - 590 pages

The numbers and rosters of the two armies in the civil war by Gates Phillips Thruston - (1909) - 13 pages

The Thirty-sixth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry ... An authentic record of the regiment from its organization to its muster out. A complete roster of its officers and men with their record ... a copy of every official paper in the War Department pertaining to the regiment ... With reminiscences from the author's private journal by James Madison Aubery – (1900) – 444 pages

The Twenty-fifth regiment, Connecticut volunteers in the war of the rebellion; history, reminiscences, description of battle of Irish Bend, carrying of pay roll, Roster by U.S. Army – (1913) – 100 pages

The Twenty-seventh Indiana volunteer infantry in the war of the rebellion, 1861 to 1865. First division, 12th and 20th corps. A history of its recruiting, organization, camp life, marches and battles, together with a roster of the men composing it by Edmond Randolph Brown – (1899) – 646 pages

The wild riders of the first Kentucky cavalry : a history of the regiment, in the great war of the rebellion, 1861-1865 : pathetic scenes, amusing incidents, and thrilling episodes, a regimental roster, prison life, adventures, and escapes by Sergeant E. Tarrant – (1894) – 564 pages

Two reunions of the 142d Regiment, Pa. Vols. : including a history of the regiment, a description of the Battle of Gettysburg, also a complete roster of the regiment by Horatio N. Warren – (1890) – 168 pages

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A History of Massachusetts in the Civil War - (1868) - William Schouler - 677 pages

A History of the First Regiment of Massachusetts Cavalry volunteers - (1891) - Benjamin W Crowninshield & Daniel H.L. Gleason - 726 pages

A List of the Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines of the Civil War surviving and resident in Massachusetts on April 1, 1915 - (1916) - Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics - 340 pages

A Little Fifer's War Diary, with 17 maps, 60 portraits, and 246 other illustrations; - (1910) - Charles William Bardeen - 347 pages

A Memorial Sketch of Lieut. Edgar M. Newcomb, of the 19th Mass. Vols. - (1883) - Albert Blodgett Weymouth- 135 pages

A Narrative of the Formation and Services of the Eleventh Massachusetts Volunteers, from April 15, 1861, to July 14, 1865. Being a brief account of their experiences in the camp and in the field, to which is added a roster, containing the names of all surviving members known to the Veteran association, etc -(1893) - Gustavus B. Hutchinson - 97 pages

A Record of the Soldiers of Southborough, during the rebellion, from 1861 to 1866 - (1867) - Southborough, Massachusetts - 264 pages

Addresses, Reviews and Episodes, chiefly concerning the "Old 6th" Massachusetts Regiment - (1901) - Benjamin Frank Watson - 148 pages

Bearing Arms in the 27th Massachusetts Regiment of Volunteers Infantry During the Civil War, 1861-1865 - (1883) - William P Derby - 681 pages

Civil war memories - (1917) - James Brainerd Taylor Tupper - 11 pages

Exercises at the Dedication of the Monument to Colonel Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th regiment of the Massachusetts infantry, May 31, 1897 - (1897) - Boston Massachusetts City Council - 250 pages

Field, camp, hospital and prison in the civil war, 1863-1865; Charles A. Humphreys, chaplain, Second Massachusetts cavalry volunteers - (1918) - Charles Alfred Humphreys - 420 pages

First Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Veteran association, Vol 1- (1911) - Massachusetts Infantry 1st Regt. - 30 pages

First Regiment of Infantry, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia : Colonel Robert Cowdin, commanding, in service of the United States, in Answer to the President's first call for troops to suppress the rebellion, April 15, 1861 (1903) - Luke Edward Jenkins - 50 pages

Gen. Cowdin and the First Massachusetts Regiment of Volunteers - (1864) - Robert Cowdin - 19 pages

Henry Wilson's regiment. History of the Twenty-second Massachusetts infantry, the Second company sharpshooters, and the Third light battery, in the war of the rebellion - (1887) - John Lord Parker - 157 pages

Historical Sketch of the Old Sixth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers : during its three campaigns in 1861, 1862, 1863, and 1864 : containing the history of several companies previous to 1861, and the name and military record of each man connected with the regiment during the war - (1866) - J. W. Hanson - 378 pages

History and Complete Roster of the Massachusetts regiments, minute men of '61 who responded to the first call of President Abraham Lincoln, April 15, 1861, to defend the Flag and Constitution of the United States ... and biographical sketches of minute men of Massachuetts - (1910) - George W. Foussat - 428 pages

History of North Adams, Mass., 1749-1885 [electronic resource] : reminiscences of early settlers : extracts from old town records : its public institutions, industries and prominent citizens, together with a roster of commissioned officers in the War of the Rebellion - (1885) - Willis F. Spear - 136 pages

History of the 12th Massachusetts Volunteers (Webster regiment) - (1882) - Benjamin F Cook and James Beale - 167 pages

History of the 14th (Mozart) regiment, New York Volunteers, which was composed of four companies from New York, four companies from Massachusetts and two companies from Pennsylvania - (1909) - Frederick Clark Floyd - 469 pages

History of the 21st Regiment, Massachusetts volunteers, in the war for the preservation of the union, 1861-1865: with statistics of the war and of Rebel prisons - (1882) - Charles F. Walcott - 542 pages

History of the 2nd Massachusetts Battery (Nims' Battery) of Light Artillery, 1861-1865 - (1912) - Caroline Elizabeth Whitcomb - 111 pages

History of the 2nd Massachusetts regiment of infantry - (1884) - Daniel Oakey - 15 pages

History of the 35th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, 1862-1865. With a roster - (1884) - United States Army. - 512 pages

History of the 36th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers. 1862-1865 - (1884) - Henry Sweetser Burrage - 840 pages

History of the 37th Regiment, Mass. Volunteers in the Civil War of 1861-1865 : with a comprehensive sketch of the doings of Massachusetts as a state, and of the principal campaigns of the war - (1884) - James L. Bowen - 500 pages

History of the 42nd regiment infantry - (1886) – Charles P Bosson - 496 pages

History of the 45th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia .. - (1908) - Albert W. Mann - 714 pages

History of the 48th Regiment, M.V.M. during the Civil War - (1907) - Albert Plummer - 190 pages

History of the 50th Regiment of Infantry, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, in the late war of the rebellion - (1907) - William B. Stevens - 454 pages

History of the 52nd Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers - (1893) - J. F. Moors- 302 pages

History of the 58th regt. Massachusetts vols - (1865) - Frederick E. Cushman - 38 pages

History of the 5th Massachusetts Battery - (1902) - 991 pages

History of the 7th Massachusetts volunteer infantry in the war of the rebellion of the southern states against constitutional authority. 1861-1865. With description of battles, army movements, hospital life, and incidents of the camp, by officers and privates; and a comprehensive introduction of the moral and political forces which precipitated the war of secession upon the people of the United States - (1890) - Nelson V Hutchinson - 272 pages

History of the First Regiment (Massachusetts Infantry), from the 25th of May, 1861, to the 25th of May, 1864; including brief references to the operations of the Army of the Potomac - (1866) - Warren Handel Cudworth - 528 pages

History of the First Regiment of heavy artillery, Massachusetts volunteers, formerly the Fourteenth regiment of infantry, 1861-1865 - (1917) - Alfred S. Roe and Charles Nutt - 507 pages

History of the Ninth Mass. Battery. Recruited July, 1862; mustered in Aug. 10, 1862; mustered out June 9, 1865, at the close of the rebellion - (1888) - Levi Wood Baker - 280 pages

History of Worcester in the War of the Rebellion - (1870) - Abijah Perkins Marvin - 600 pages

Letters from a surgeon of the Civil War - (1906) - John Gardner Perry - 225 pages

Life with the 34th Mass. Infantry in the War of the Rebellion -(1879) - William Sever Lincoln - 478 pages

Life with the 49th Massachusetts Volunteers - (1890) - Henry T. Johns and D.L. Clark - 435 pages

Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the War of 1861-1865 Volume 1 - (1895) - Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Mary Livermore, Ashton Rice, Charles Webster Wilson, Florence Wyman Jacques, - 647 pages

Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865 Volume 2 - (1895) - Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Mary Livermore, Ashton Rice, Charles Webster Wilson, Florence Wyman Jacques, - 805 pages

Massachusetts in the Rebellion. A record of the Historical Position of the commonwealth, and the services of the leading statesmen, the military, the colleges, and the people, in the civil war of 1861-65 - (1866) - Phineas Camp Headley - 688 pages

Massachusetts in the War, 1861-1865 - (1889) - James Lorenzo Bowen - 1029 pages

Massachusetts Memorial to her Soldiers and Sailors who died in the Department of No. Carolina, 1861-1865 - (1909) - James Brown Gardner - 102 pages

Massachusetts officers who died while in the service of the United States during the war of the rebellion - (1892) - 24 pages

Massachusetts soldiers, sailors, and marines in the civil war (Index Plus all 8 Volumes---These books contain the Rosters of Officers and Enlisted in Massachusetts) by Massachusetts Adjutant Generals Office - (1937) - 5736 pages !

Memorial History of the Seventeenth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (old and new organizations) in the Civil War from 1861-1865 - (1911) - Thomas Kirwan - 484 pages

Memorial service in memory of the dead of the First regt. Massachusetts volunteer infantry, 1861-64 - (1911) - 18 pages

Memories of the civil war - (1898) - Henry B. James - 133 pages

Monuments, tablets and other memorials erected in Massachusetts to commemorate the service of her sons in the war of the rebellion, 1861-1865 - (1910) - Alfred Seelye Roe - 133 pages

Our roll of honor (Verses in memory of individual Massachusetts soldiers who lost their lives in the Civil War) - (1870) - John Forrester Devereux - 63 pages

Ours, Annals of 10th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers in the Rebellion - (1875) - Joseph Keith Newell - 634 pages

Passages from the Life of Henry Warren Howe, consisting of diary and letters written during the civil war, 1816-1865. A condensed history of the Thirtieth Massachusetts regiment and its Flags, together with the genealogies of the different branches of the family .. - (1899) - Henry Warren Howe - 211 pages

Political opinion in Massachusetts during Civil War and reconstruction - (1917) - Edith Ellen Ware - 219 pages

Record of the 33rd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry : from Aug. 1862 to Aug. 1865 - (1880) - Andrew J Boies - 168 pages

Record of the Massachusetts volunteers, 1861-1865. Published by the Adjutant General, under a resolve of the General Court Volume 1 - (1868) - Massachusetts. Adjutant General's Office - 793 pages

Record of the Massachusetts volunteers, 1861-1865. Published by the Adjutant General, under a resolve of the General Court Volume 2 - (1868) - Massachusetts. Adjutant General's Office - 1085 pages

Record of the service of the 44th Massachusetts Volunteer Militia in North Carolina, August 1862 to May 1863 - (1887) - James Brown Gardner - 364 pages

Records of the Massachusetts volunteer militia called out by the Governor of Massachusetts to suppress a threatened invasion during the war of 1812-14 - (1913) - Massachusetts Adjutant Generals Office - 472 pages

Register of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States - (1906) - Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States - 250 pages

Reminiscences of military service in the Forty-third regiment, Massachusetts infantry, during the great Civil war, 1862-63 - (1883) - Edward H . Rogers - 210 pages

Reminiscences of the 34th Regiment, Mass. Vol. Infantry - (1871) – Dennis L. Clark - 50 pages

Roll of honor, Groton, Massachusetts - (1897) - Samuel A. Green - 6 pages

Roster of Company I, 24th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers - (1902) - Association of the Survivors of Co. I - 15 pages

Roster, Forty sixth regiment, M.V.M. - (1886) - Massachusetts infantry 46th regt. - 24 pages

Soldiers of Oakham, Massachusetts, in the revolutionary war, the war of 1812 and the Civil war - (1914) - Henry Parks Wright - 325 pages

Souvenir. First Regiment of Heavy Artilleries, Massachusetts volunteers. Dedication of monument, May 19, 1901 - (1901) - R. Iguana - 60 pages

Story of Co. F, 23rd Massachusetts Volunteers, in the War for the Union, 1861-1865 - (1896) - Herbert Eugene Valentine - 166 pages

The 55th Massachusetts volunteer infantry - (1917) - Burt G. Wilder - 12 pages

The 57th Regiment of Massachusetts volunteers in the war of the rebellion. Army of the Potomac - (1896) - John Anderson - 598 pages

The 5th regiment Massachusetts volunteer infantry in its three tours of duty 1861, 1862-'63, 1864 - (1911) - Alfred S. Roe - 526 pages

The Bay State 44th : A Regimental Record - (1863) - De Forest Safford - 32 pages

The Campaign of the 45th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer militia - (1882) - Charles Eustis Hubbard; Frank H. Shapleigh - 126 pages

The Color-Guard; being a Corporal's Notes of Military Service in the Nineteenth Army Corps - (1864) - James Kendall Hosmer - 244 pages

The Fifty-third Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers. Comprising also a history of the siege of Port Hudson - (1889) - Henry Augustus Willis - 247 pages

The history of the Tenth Massachusetts battery of light artillery in the war of the rebellion: - (1909) - John Davis Billings - 498 pages

The history of the Twenty-ninth regiment of Massachusetts volunteer infantry, in the late war of the rebellion - (1877) - William H. Osborne - 393 pages

The Melrose memorial : the annals of Melrose, county of Middlesex, Massachusetts, in the great rebellion of 1861-'65 - (1868) - Elbridge Henry Goss - 317 pages

The record of Athol, Massachusetts, in suppressing the great rebellion - (1866) - John F. Norton - 264 pages

The record of the Second Massachusetts infantry, 1861-65 - (1867) - Alonzo Hall Quint - 532 pages

The story of Company A, Twenty-fifth Regiment Mass. Vols. in the War of the Rebellion - (1886) - Samuel Henry Putham - 352 pages

The story of the First Massachusetts light battery, attached to the Sixth army corps : A glance at events in the armies of the Potomac and Shenandoah, from the summer of 1861 to the autumn of 1864 - (1886) - Andrew J. Bennett - 238 pages

The story of the Thirty eighth regiment of Massachusetts volunteers - (1866) - George Whitefield Powers - 313 pages

The story of the Thirty-second regiment, Massachusetts infantry. Whence it came; where it went; what it saw, and what it did - (1880) - Francis Jewett Parker - 280 pages

The Tenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry, 1861-1864, a western Massachusetts regiment - (1909) - Alfred Seelye Roe - 533 pages

The Third Massachusetts cavalry in the war for the union - (1903) - Ewer, James Kendall - 116 pages

The Third Massachusetts Regiment Volunteer Militia in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1863 - (1906) - Gammons, John Gray - 326 pages

The Third Massachusetts Regiment Volunteer Militia in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1863 - (1906) - John Gray Gammons - 358 pages

The Thirty-ninth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, 1862-1865 - (1914) - Alfred Seelye Roe - 519 pages

The three years' service of the Thirty-third Mass. infantry regiment 1862-1865. And the campaigns and battles of Chancellorsville, Beverley's ford, Gettysburg, Wauhatchie, Chattanooga, Atlanta, the march to the sea and through the Carolinas, in which it took part - (1880) - Adin Ballou Underwood - 362 pages

The twentieth regiment of Massachusetts volunteer infantry, 1861-1865 - (1906) - George Anson Bruce - 519 pages

The Twenty-fourth regiment, Massachusetts volunteers, 1861-1866 - (1907) - Alfred Seelye Roe - 531 pages

Three years in the army. The story of the Thirteenth Massachusetts Volunteers from July 16, 1861, to August 1, 1864 - (1894) - Charles E. Davis - 476 pages

War diary and letters of Stephen Minot Weld, Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 56th, 1861-1865 - (1912) - Stephen Minot Weld

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A Brief History of the 69th regiment Pennsylvania veteran volunteers, from its formation until final muster out of the United States service by John E. Reilly - (1889) - 106 pages

A Daily Journal of the 192d reg't Penn'a volunteers, commanded by Col. William B. Thomas, in the service of the United States for one hundred days by John C. Myers - (1864) - 203 pages

A Grandfather's oft Told Tales of the Civil War, 1861-1865 by Allen Diehl Albert - (1913) - 22 pages

A Sketch of the 126th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers by Rowe D. Watson - (1869) - 89 pages

A Woman's War Record, 1861-1865 by Septima Maria Collins - (1889) - 78pages

Addenda to History of the 121st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers by Pennsylvania Infantry 121st Regiment - (1893) - 18 pages

Army letters, 1861-1865. Being extracts from private letters to relatives and friends from a soldier in the field during the late Civil War, with an appendix containing copies of some official documents, papers and addresses of later date ( Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment 83rd, Colored Infantry Regiment, 8th) by Oliver Willcox Norton - (1903) - 355 pages

Civil war letter of Thomas Severn, musician, 48th Pennsylvania infantry, 1864 by Thomas Severn - (1864) - 18 pages

Company "K," 155th Pa. Volunteer Zouaves : a detailed history of its organization and service to the country during the Civil War from 1862 until the collapse of the rebellion, together with many incidents and reminiscences of the camp, the march and the battle field, also much of the history of the grand old 155th by D.P. Marshall - (1888) - 203 pages

Eighty-Fourth Regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers (infantry.) by Thomas Edward Merchant - (1890) - 109 pages

Elwood's stories of the old Ringgold cavalry, 1847-1865; the first three year cavalry of the civil war (Pennsylvania Cavalry, 22nd Regiment) by John William Elwood - (1914) - 326 pages

Genealogical gleanings of Siggins, and other Pennsylvania families; a volume of history, biography and colonial, revolutionary, civil and other war records including names of many other Warren County pioneers by Emma Siggins White - (1918) - 714 pages

History of a cavalry company. A complete record of Company "A," 4th Penn'a cavalry, as identified with that regiment ... in all the campaigns of the Army of the Potomac, during the late civil war by William Hyndman - (1870) - 343 pages

History of Company K of the 140th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers (1862-'65) by Benjamin F. Powelson - (1906) - 78 pages

History of Durell's Battery in the Civil War (Independent Battery D, Pennsylvania Volunteer Artillery.) A narrative of the campaigns and battles of Berks and Bucks counties' artillerists in the War of the Rebellion by Charles A Cuffel & R. Iguana - (1903) - 265 pages

History of Hampton Battery F, Independent Pennsylvania Light Artillery : organized at Pittsburgh, Pa., October 8, 1861 ; mustered out in Pittsburg, June 26, 1865 by D.L. Clark - (1909) - 179 pages

History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5; prepared in compliance with acts of the legislature, Volume 1 by Samuel P. Bates - (1869) - 1326 pages

History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5; prepared in compliance with acts of the legislature, Volume 2 by Samuel P. Bates - (1869) - 1360 pages

History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5; prepared in compliance with acts of the legislature, Volume 3 by Samuel P. Bates - (1869) - 1379 pages

History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5; prepared in compliance with acts of the legislature, Volume 4 by Samuel P. Bates - (1869) - 1307 pages

History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5; prepared in compliance with acts of the legislature, Volume 5 by Samuel P. Bates - (1869) - 1430 pages

History of the "Bucktails," Kane Rifle Regiment of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps (13th Pennsylvania Reserves, 42nd of the line) by Osmund Rhodes Howard Thomson and William H. Rauch - (1906) - 467 pages

History of the 101st regiment, Pennsylvania veteran volunteer infantry 1861-1865 by John A. Reed and Luther S. Dickey - (1910) - 285 pages

History of the 103d regiment, Pennsylvania veteran volunteer infantry, 1861-1865 by Luther Samuel Dickey - (1910) - 500 pages

History of the 104th Pennsylvania regiment, from August 22nd, 1861, to September 30th, 1864 by William Watts Hart Davis - (1866) - 364 pages

History of the 127th regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, familiarly known as the "Dauphin County regiment." Authorized by the regimental assocaition and prepared by its committee by The Pennsylvania Infantry 127th Reg't - (1902) - 300 pages

History of the 131st Penna. Volunteers, war of 1861-5 by Joseph R. Orwig - (1902) - 270 pages

History of the 88th Pennsylvania Volunteers in the War for the Union, 1861-1865 by John D. Vautier - (1894) - 280 pages

History of the Corn Exchange Regiment, 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers, from their first engagement at Antietam to Appomattox. To which is added a record of its organization and a complete roster. Fully illustrated with maps, portraits, and over one hundred illustrations by John L. Smith - (1888) - 742 pages

History of the Eighteenth regiment of cavalry, Pennsylvania volunteers (163d regiment of the line) 1862-1865 ... comp. & ed. by the Publication committee of the regimental association by Theophilus F. Rodenbough - (1909) - 290 pages

History of the Eighty-fifty regiment Pennsylvania volunteer infantry, 1861-1865, comprising an authentic narrative of Casey's division at the Battle of Seven Pines by Luther Samuel Dickey - 465 pages

History of the Eighty-seventh regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, prepared from official records, diaries, and other authentic sources of information by George Reeser Prowell - (1903) - 306 pages

History of the Eighty-third regiment Pennsylvania volunteers by Amos M. Judson - (1865) - 140 pages

History of the Fifteenth Pennsylvania volunteer cavalry which was recruited and known as the Anderson cavalry in the rebellion of 1861-1865 by Charles H. Kirk - (1906) - 784 pages

History of the First battalion Pennsylvania six months volunteers and the 187th regiment Pennsylvania volunteer infantry by James M. Gibbs - (1905) - 320 pages

History of the First battalion Pennsylvania six months volunteers and the 187th regiment Pennsylvania volunteer infantry; six months and three years service, civil war, 1863-1865; by James M. Gibbs - (1905) - 320 pages

History of the Forty-fifth regiment Pennsylvania veteran volunteer infantry, 1861-1865 by Allen Diehl Albert - (1912) - 530 pages

History of the Ninety-seventh regiment, Pennsylvania volunteer infantry, during the war of the rebellion, 1861-65, with biographical sketches by Isaiah Price - (1875) - 600 pages

History of the One hundred & sixth regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, 2d brigade, 2d division, 2d corps, 1861-1865 by Joseph Ripley Chandler Ward - (1906) - 457 pages

History of the One hundred and fifth regiment of Pennsylvania volunteers : a complete history of the organization, marches, battles, toils, and dangers participated in by the regiment from the beginning to the close of the war, 1861-1865 by Kate M Scott - (1877) - 329 pages

History of the One hundred and fiftieth regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, Second regiment, Bucktail brigade by Thomas Chamberlin - (1905) - 368 pages

History of the One Hundred and Ninety-eighth Pennsylvania Volunteers being a complete record of the regiment, with its camps, marches and battles; together with the personal record of every officer and man during his term of service by Major E.M. Woodward - (1884) - 136 pages

History of the One hundred and thirty-eighth regiment, Pennsylvania volunteer infantry by Osceola Lewis and D.L. Clark - (1866) - 198 pages

History of the One hundred and twenty-fifth regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, 1862-1863 by Pennsylvania Infantry 125th Regt. & R.Iguana - (1906) - 342 pages

History of the One hundred and twenty-fourth regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers in the war of the rebellion--1862-1863 by Pennsylvania Infantry 124th Regt & Robert McKay Green - (1907) - 400 pages

History of the One Hundred Forty-first Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1862-1865 by David Craft - (1885) - 273 pages

History of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps : a complete record of the organization ; and of the different companies, regiments and brigades ; containing descriptions of expeditions, marches, skirmishes, and battles ; together with biographical sketches of officers and personal records of each man during his term of service ; compiled from official reports and other documents by Josiah Rhinehart Sypher - (1865) - 723 pages

History of the Philadelphia Brigade. Sixty-ninth, Seventy-first, Seventy-second, and One hundred and sixth Pennsylvania Volunteers by Charles H. Banes - (1876) - 315 pages

History of the Second Pennsylvania veteran heavy artillery, (112th regiment Pennsylvania volunteers) from 1861-1866, including the Provisional second Penn'a heavy artillery by George Washington Ward - (1904) - 146 pages

History of the Seventeenth regiment, Pa. volunteer cavalry or one hundred and sixty-second in line of Pa. volunteer regiments, war to supline the rebellion, 1861-1865; by Henry P. Moyer - (1911) - 472 pages

History of the Seventy-eighth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry by Joseph Thompson Gibson - (1905) - 266 pages

History of the Third Pennsylvania Cavalry, Sixtieth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, in the American Civil War, 1861-1865 by The Pennsylvania Cavalry 3d Regt - (1905) - 614 pages

History of the Third Pennsylvania Reserve: being a complete record of the regiment, with incidents of the camp, marches ... and battles; together with the personal record of every officer and man during his term of service by Evan Morrison Woodward - (1883) - 336 pages

History of the Twelfth regiment, Pennsylvania reserve volunteer corps (41st regiment of the line), from its muster into the United States service, August 10th, 1861, to its muster out, June 11th, 1864, together with biographical sketches of officers and men and a complete muster-out roll. Compiled from official reports, letters, and other documents by Martin D. Hardin - (1890) - 250 pages

History of the twenty third Pennsylvania volunteer infantry, Birney's zouaves ... 1861-1865; comp. by the secretary by W.J. Wray - (1904) - 432 pages

History Sixty-first regiment Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-1865 by Abraham T. Brewer - (1911) - 234 pages

M.L. Gordon's experiences in the Civil War : from his narrative, letters and diary by M.L. Gordon - (1922) - 72 pages

Martial Deeds of Pennsylvania by Samuel P.Bates - (1875) - 1116 pages

My Little War Experience with Historical Sketches and Memorabilia (Inscribed by author who was a member of Private Company K, 130th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, Second Brigade, Third Division, Second Corps, Army of the Potomac) by Edward W. Spangler - (1904) - 202 pages

Notes on the invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania and the Battle of Gettysburg with explanatory map and souvenir album - (1888) - 16 pages

Our campaigns, by Evan Morrison Wodward ( Pennsylvania Infantry 31st Regt - (1865) - 374 pages

Pennsylvania at Chickamauga and Chattanooga by George Washington Skinner - (1900) - 500 pages

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, Vol 1 by John P. Nicholson - (1893) - 609 pages

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, Vol 2 by John P. Nicholson - (1893) - 500 pages

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, Vol 3 by John P. Nicholson - (1893) - 278 pages

Pennsylvania reserve volunteer corps "round-up" ... June 24, 25, 1903, Harrisburg, Pa. Together with a roster of comrades present by William H. Rauch - (1903) - 90 pages

Pennsylvania's soldiers' orphan schools, giving a brief account of the origin of the late civil war, the rise and progress of the Orphan system by James Laughery Paul - (1877) - 499 pages

Personal reminiscences of the war (Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, 141st) by John D. bloodgood - (1893) - 342 pages

Philadelphia in the Civil War, 1861 1865 by Frank Hamilton Taylor - (1913) - 418 pages

Red: white: and blue badge, Pennsylvania veteran volunteers. A history of the 93rd regiment, known as the "Lebanon infantry" and "One of the 300 fighting regiments" from September 12th, 1861, to June 27th, 1865 by Penrose G Mark - (1911) - 577 pages

Reminiscences of the war, or, Incidents which transpired in and about Chambersburg, during the War of the Rebellion by Jacob Hoke - (1884) - 210 pages

Re-union of the 28th & 147th regiments, Pennsylvania volunteers, Philadelphia, Nov. 24th, 1871 by Hector Tyndale - (1872) - 22 pages

Reunion of the Ninety-seventh Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, October 29th, 1884 ... at Camp Wayne, West Chester, Pa. An account of the proceedings with a roster of the comrades present by Isaiah Price - (1884) - 64 pages

Song-book of the Commandery of the State of Pennsylvania - (1902) - 63 pages

The 48th in the war. Being a narrative of the campaigns of the 48th regiment, infantry, Pennsylvania veteran volunteers, during the war of the rebellion by Oliver Christian Bosbyshell - (1895) - 200 pages

The Burning of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania by Benjamin Shroder Schneck - (1864) - 76 pages

The campaigns of the Fifty-second regiment, Pennsylvania volunteer infantry, first known as "The Luzerne regiment" ; being the record of nearly four years' continuous service, from October 7, 1861, to July 12, 1865, in the war for the suppression of the rebellion by Smith B. Mott - (1911) - 266 pages

The chronicles of Middletown, containing a compilation of facts, biographical sketches, reminiscences, anecdotes, &c., connected with the history of one of the oldest towns in Pennsylvania by C.H. Hutchinson - (1906) - 266 pages

The Ninety-fifth Pennsylvania Volunteers (Gosline's Pennsylvania Zouaves") in the Sixth Corps by George Norton Galloway - (1884) - 90 pages

The Pennsylvania-German in the civil war by Irvin Poley Knipe - (1917) - 265 pages

The Seventy-second regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, at bloody Angle, Gettysburg by Pennsylvania Infantry 72d regt - (1889) - 15 pages

The story of our regiment; a history of the 148th Pennsylvania vols., written by the comrades by Joseph Wendel Muffly - (1904) - 1096 pages

The story of the 111th regiment Pennsylvania veteran volunteers and of its campaigns in the war for the union, 1861-1865 by John Richards Boyle - (1903) - 368 pages

The story of the 116th regiment Pennsylvania volunteers in the war of the rebellion; record of a gallant command by St. Clair Augustin Mulholland - (1903) - 462 pages

The story of the Forty-eighth : a record of the campaigns of the Forty-eighth Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry during the four eventful years of its service in the war for the preservation of the Union by Joseph Gould - (1908) - 471 pages

Transactions of the first annual reunion of the 122d regiment Pennsylvania volunteers by the Pennsylvania Infantry 122d Regt - (1884) - 50 pages

Under the red patch; story of the Sixty third regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-1864 .. by Gilbert Adams Hays - (1908) - 476 pages

University of Pennsylvania men who served in the Civil War, 1861-1865; Department of medicine by Jordan Ewing - (1900) - 248 pages

War from the inside : the story of the 132nd regiment Pennsylvania volunteer infantry in the war for the suppression of the rebellion, 1862-1863 by Frederick Lyman Hitchcock - (1904) - 300 pages

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A History of the Laurel brigade, originally the Ashby cavalry of the Army of northern Virginia and Chew's battery by William McDonald - (1907)- 499 pages

Army of northern Virginia memorial volume (1880) - John William Jones - 348 pages

The Army of Northern Virginia in 1862 by William Allan - (1892) - 537 pages A

Battle roll of Surry County, Virginia, in the War Between the States, with historical and personal notes by Benjamin Washington Jones - (1913) - 82 pages o

History of the cavalry of the Army of the Potomac, including that of the Army of Virginia (Pope's), and also the history of the operations of the federal cavalry in West Virginia during the war by Charles Dudley Rhodes - (1900) - 214 pages V

Last days of the Army of Northern Virginia; an address delivered before the Virginia Division of the Association of the Army of Northern Virginia at the annual meeting by Thomas Goode Jones - (1893) - 56 pages in 18

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 by William Swinton - (1866) - 660 pages

History of the Seventeenth Virginia Infantry, C.S.A. by George Wise - (1870) - 324 pages

Military operations in Jefferson County, Virginia (and West Va.) 1861-1865 by Farmers Advocate Print - (1911) - 56 pages92)

The army songster. Dedicated to the Army of northern Virginia by George L. offergood - (1864) - 72 pages

Reports of the operations of the Army of Northern Virginia : from June 1862, to and including the battle at Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862, Volume 1 by Confederate States of America - (1864) - 626 pages

Reports of the operations of the Army of Northern Virginia : from June 1862, to and including the battle at Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862, Volume 2 by Confederate States of America - (1864) - 626 pages

War history of the old First Virginia Infantry Regiment, Army of Northern Virginia by Charles T. Loehr - (1884) - 87 pages

Detailed minutiae of soldier life in the Army of Northern Virginia, 1861-1865 by Carlton McCarthy - (1882) - 266 pages

Grant's campaign in Virginia, 1864 (the Wilderness campaign) by Capt. Vaughan-Sawyer - (1908) - 264 pages

General Lee, his campaigns in Virginia, 1861-1865 by Walter Herron Taylor - (1906) - 354 pages Lee, his campaigns in Virginia, 1861-1865 906)

The surrender of General Lee and the Army of northern Virginia at Appomattox, Virginia, April 9, 1865; by Henry Bruce Scott - (1916) - 6 pages

The long arm of Lee; or, The history of the artillery of the Army of Northern Virginia; with a brief account of the Confederate bureau of ordnance, Volume 1 by Jennings Cropper Wise - (1915) - 496 pages

The long arm of Lee; or, The history of the artillery of the Army of Northern Virginia; with a brief account of the Confederate bureau of ordnance, Volume 2 by Jennings Cropper Wise - (1915) - 498 pages

The life and campaigns of Major-General J.E.B. Stuart : commander of the cavalry of the Army of northern Virginia by Henry Brainerd McClellan - (1885) - 468 pages

The story of a connoneer under Stonewall Jackson - (1910) - Moore, Edward Alexander - 331 pages

Itinerary of the Army of the Potomac, and co-operating forces in the Gettysburg campaign, June 5 - July 31, 1863; organization of the Army of the Potomac and Army of northern Virginia at the battle of Gettysburg; and return of casualties in the Union and Confederate forces by Richard C. Drum - 69 pages

Bull run to Bull run; or, Four years in the army of northern Virginia. Containing a detailed account of the career and adventures of the Baylor Light Horse, Company B., Twelfth Virginia Cavalry, C. S. A., with leaves from my scrap-book by George Baylor - (1900) - 412 pages

Virginia before and during the war by H.H. Farmer - (1892) - 110 pages

Social life in old Virginia before the war by Thomas Nelson Page - (1897) - 110 pages

Virginia after the war. An account of three year's experience in reorganizing the Methodist Episcopal Church in Virginia at the close of the Civil War by Solomon L.M. Conser - (1891) - 102 pages

History of the Ninth Virginia cavalry, in the war between the states by Richard Lee Tuberville Beale - (1899) - 186 pages

The Shenandoah Valley and Virginia, 1861 to 1865; a war study by Sanford Cobb Kellogg - (1903) - 256 pages

History of Clarke County, Virginia and its connection with the war between the states by Thomas Daniel Gold - (1914) - 382 pages

With Lee in Virginia : A story of the American Civil War by George Alfred Henty - (1890) - 452 pages

Memorial, Virginia military institute. Biographical sketches of the graduates and élèves of the Virginia military institute who fell during the war between the states by Charles D. Walker - (1875) - 604 pages

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. - (1912) - Worsham, John H - 353 pages

Lee's invasion of northwest Virginia in 1861 by Granville Davisson Hall - (1911) - 176 pages

Mosby's Rangers : a record of the operations of the Forty-third Battalion of Virginia Cavalry, from its organization to the surrender by James Joseph Williamson - (1909) - 584 pages Army of northern (1864)

A record of events in Norfolk County, Virginia, from April 19th, 1861, to May 10th, 1862, with a history of the soldiers and sailors of Norfolk County, Norfolk city and Portsmouth, who served in the Confederate States army or navy. By John W. H. Porter - (1892) - 386 pages

Personal reminiscences of the war of 1861-5; in camp--en bivouac--on the march--on picket--on the skirmish line--on the battlefield--and in prison by William Henry Morgan - (1911) - 304 pages

Reminiscences of a Rebel, Virginia Infantry Regiment 40th by Wayland Fuller Dunaway - (1913) - 144 pages\

Reminiscences of a Mosby guerilla (1906) - Munson, John W. and D.L. Clark- 277 pages

Reminiscences of the year of 1861-1865 (Virginia Infantry 12th Reg.) by Philip Francis Brown - (1912) - 60 pages

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 - (1867) - 412 pages

Reminiscences of a Confederate soldier of Co. C, 2nd Va. Cavalry - (1913) - Peck, Rufus H. - 73 pages

War reminiscences by the surgeon of Mosby's command - (1890) - Monteiro, Aristides - 236 pages

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Roster of Wisconsin volunteers, war of the rebellion, 1861-1865, Volume 1, by Wisconsin Adjutant General's Office - (1886) - 826 pages

Roster of Wisconsin volunteers, war of the rebellion, 1861-1865, Volume 2, by Wisconsin Adjutant General's Office - (1886) - 789 pages

Wisconsin Civil War soldiers buried at Vicksburg National Cemetery, Vicksburg, Mississippi by Bev Hetzel - (N.D.) - 50 pages

The soldier bird. "Old Abe": the live war eagle of Wisconsin, that served a three years' campaign in the great rebellion by Joseph O. Barrett - (1876) - 125 pages

Wisconsin losses in the Civil War : a list of the names of Wisconsin soldiers killed in action, mortally wounded or dying from other causes in the Civil War, arranged according to organization, and also in a separate alphabetical list by Charles Edward Estabrook - (1915) - 360 pages

Story of the service of Company E : and the Twelfth Wisconsin Regiment, Veteran Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion : beginning with September 7th, 1861, and ending with July 21st, 1865 by Hosea W. Rood - (1893) - 547 pages

Hand book of battles in the war of the rebellion showing the Union forces engaged therein, 1861-1865 by the Grand Army of the Republic Dept. of Wisconsin - (1903) - 108 pages

With the rank and file : incidents and anecdotes during the war of the rebellion, as remembered by one of the noncommissioned officers by Thomas J. Ford - (1898) - 106 pages

Wisconsin in war, 1861-1898 by Robert Hastreiter - (1890) - 5 pages

Wisconsin women in the War between the States by Ethel Alice Hurn - (1911) - 190 pages

Economic History of Wisconsin during the Civil War decade by Frederick Merk - (1916) - 414 pages

Wisconsin deaths at Shiloh, Tennessee by Bev Hetzel - 38 pages

A bibliography of Wisconsin's participation in the war between the states by Issac Samuel Bradley - (1911) - 42 pages

Wisconsin Soldiers and Sailors reunion roster, containing the post office address, occupation and name of every Wisconsin soldier and sailor now living ... Also the name of every Wisconsin soldier who perished in the war ... Also, a complete roster of Wisconsin's armed military organizations ... together with ... historical sketches, personal reminiscences and anecdotes of Wisconsin men in the war by Wisconsin Soldiers Reunion Association - (1880) - 308 pages

Service with the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers by Rufus R. Dawes - (1890) - 330 pages

A narrative of service with the Third Wisconsin infantry by Julian Wisner Hinkley - (1912) - 197 pages04)

The Chattanooga campaign : with especial reference to Wisconsin's participation therein by Michael Hendrick Fitch and D.L. Clark - (1911) - 239 pages

Records and sketches of military organizations, population, legislation, election and other statistics relating to Wisconsin in the period of the civil war by Wisconsin Commission on Civil War Records - (1914) - 220 pages

Reminiscenes of the civil war by William Penn Lyon - (1907) - 284 pages

The military history of Wisconsin : a record of the civil and military patriotism of the state, in the war for the union, with a history of the campaigns in which Wisconsin soldiers have been conspicuous--regimental histories--sketches of distinguished officers--the roll of the illustrious dead--movements of the Legislature and state officers, etc by Edwin Bentley Quiner - (1866) - 1020 pages

The Thirty-sixth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry ... An authentic record of the regiment from its organization to its muster out. A complete roster of its officers and men with their record ... a copy of every official paper in the War Department pertaining to the regiment ... With reminiscences from the author's private journal by James Madison Aubery - (1900) - 420 pages

Soldiers and citizens' album of biographical record [of Wisconsin] containing personal sketches of army men and citizens prominent in loyalty to the Union. Also a chronological and statistical history of the civil war and a history of the Grand Army of the Republic; with portraits of soldiers and prominent citizens by M.A.W. Brown - (1890) - 920 pages

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