Missouri Civil War Books History & Genealogy 21 Books
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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 bySara T. Olen- (1909) - 432 pages (1866) C.S.A 4)
The story of the guard: a chronicle of the war (United States Army Missouri Cavalry) byUlysses B. Croo- (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 JamesFoussat - (1866) - 428 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 - (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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