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Bürgerkrieg 1861-1865

 

Literatur-Datenbank

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(Litera A-F)

 

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Literaturliste zum American Civil War (Books and Articles):

 

 

Litera A

 

 

Abbot, Henry Larcom: Siege Artillery in the Campaigns against Richmond with Notes on the 15 Inch Guns (Thomas Publications, 1986; Reprint of the 1868 Original)

 

Abbott, Henry Livermore: Fallen Leaves: The Civil War Letters of Major Henry Livermore Abbott, ed. Robert Garth Scott (Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1991)

 

Abbot, Henry L.: Memoir of Andrew Atkinson Humphreys, Read before the National Academy of Science, April 24, 1885 (n.p., 1885)

 

Abdill, Geo B.: Civil War Railroads. Pictorial Story of the Iron Horse (New York: Bonanza Books, 1961)

 

Abel, E.Lawrence: Singing the New Nation: How Music Shaped the Confederacy, 1861-1865 (Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books, 2000)

 

Acts and Resolutions of the First Session of the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States, Held at Montgommery, Ala (Richmond: Enquirer Book and Job Press. By Tyler, Wise, Allegre & Smith, 1861

 

Adair, John M.: Historical Sketch of the Forty-Fifth Illinois Regiment (Lanark, Illinois: 1869)

 

Adams, Charles Francis, Sr.: Diary of Charles Francis Adams. Vols 1-2- ed. By Aïda DiPace Donald and David Donald; Vols. 3-4 ed. By Marc Friedlaender and I. H. Butterfield (1964-68)

 

Adams, Charles Francis, Sr.: The Trend Affair, 1861-62, Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings, Vol. XLV, Oct. 1911 - June 1912

 

Adams, Charles Francis, Sr.: The Memorial Adress of Charles Francis Adams, of Massachusetts of the Life, Character, and Services of William H. Seward (New York 1873)

 

Adams, Charles Francis jr.: Charles Francis Adams by His Son (Boston, 1900)

 

Adams, Charles Francis jr.: Lee at Appomattox, and other Papers (1902)

 

Adams, Charles Francis jr.: Studies Military and Diplomatic, 1775-1865 (1911)

 

Adams, Charles Francis jr.: Diary, Massachusetts Historical Society, Alcorn Papers, Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina

 

Adams, Charles Francis jr.: An Autobiography (Boston, 1916)

 

Adams, George Worthington: Doctors in Blue: The Medical History of the Union Army in the Civil War (New York: LSU Press, 1961; Reprint of a 40 year old title); the definitive history on the medical corps of the US Army

 

Adams, John A., Jr.: Warrior at Heart: Governor John Milton, King Cotton, and Rebel Florida 1860-1865 (Victoria, BC, Canada: FriesenPress, 2015)

 

Adams, John G. B.: Reminiscences of the 19th Massachusetts Regiment, Boston 1899

 

Adams. John Ripley: Memorial and Letter of Rev. John R. Adams, Chaplain of the Fifth Maine and One Hundred Twenty-First New York Regiments during the War of the Rebellion (n.p.: Privately printed, 1890)

 

Adams, Silas: “The Nineteenth Maine at Gettysburg.” Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Maine Commandary, War Papers 4 (1915), S. 249-63

 

Adamson, Augustus P. (30th Georgia Infantry): Sojorns of a Patriot: Field and Prison Papers of an unreconstructed Confederate (Southern Heritage 1998)

 

Adelman, Garry E.: „Benning's Georgia Brigade at Gettysburg.“ Gettysburg Magazine (January 1998), issue 18, p. 57-66

 

Adjutant General of the State of Wisconsin: Annual Reports of the Adjutant General of the State of Wisconsin for the Years 1860, 1861, 1862, 1863, 1864 (Madison, Wis., 1912)

 

Aiken, D. Wyatt: „The Gettysburg Reunion.“ Charleston News and Courier, June 21, 1882

 

Aimone, Alan A und Barbara A.: A User's Guide to the Official Records of the American Civil War (White Mane Publishing Co: Shippensburg, Pa., 1993)

 

Albaugh, William A. III and Edward N. Simmons: Confederate Arms (New York: Bonanza Books, 1957)

 

Albert, Allen D.: History of the Forty-Fifth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry 1861-1865 (Williamsport 1912)

 

Alberts, Don E.: The Battle of Glorieta. Union Victory in the West; Texas A&M University Press 1998

 

Alderson, William T. (ed.): Civil War Reminiscenses of John Johnston (CS-Sergeant, 6th Tennessee Infantry), Tennessee Historical Quarterly 13 (1954), p. 65-82, 156-178

 

Aldrich, C. Knight (ed.): Quest for a Star: The Civil War Letters and Diaries of Colonel Francis T. Sherman of the 88th Illinois : University of Tennessee Press, 1999)

 

Aldrich, Thomas M.: History of Battery A, First Regiment Rhode Island Light Artillery in the War to Preserve the Union, 1681-1865 (Providence, R.I.: Snow Farnham, 1904)

 

Alexander, Edward Porter: Fighting for the Confederacy. The Personal Recollections of General Edward Porter Alexander. Edited by Gary W. Gallagher [Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1989] (Anm. zum Buchtitel: Alexander bezeichnete sein Werk auf der ersten Seite des Manuskripts mit "Personal Recollections...", dann strich er den Arbeitstitel durch und ersetzte diesen durch "Fighting for the Confederacy" [vgl. Gallagher (ed.); in Alexander, a.a.O., Anm. 7 S. 554]; das Manuskript wurde mehrere Jahre vor "Military Memoirs of a Confederate" geschrieben und wurde erst nach ca 80 Jahren entdeckt [Gallagher, a.a.O., Introduction, S. xiv])

 

Alexander, Edward Porter: Military Memoirs of a Confederate: A Critical Narrative (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1907; Reprint Da Capo Press, 1993)

 

Alexander, Edward Porter: The Great Charge and Artillery Fighting at Gettysburg; in: Battles and Leaders Vol. III S. 357-368

 

Alexander, Edward Porter: "Longstreet at Knoxville"; in: Battles & Leaders, Vol. III, S. 357-68 und 745-51

 

Alexander, Edward Porter: "The 'Seven Days Battles'"; Southern Historical Society Papers Vol. 1: 61-76

 

Alexander, Edward Porter: "Sketch of Longstreet's Division. Winter of 1861-62"; Southern Historical Society Papers Vol. 9: 512-18

 

Alexander, Edward Porter: "Sketch of Longstreet's Division. Yorktown and Williamsburg"; Southern Historical Society Papers Vol. 10: 32-45

 

Alexander, Edward Porter: "The Battle of Fredericksburg. Paper No. 1"; Southern Historical Society Papers Vol. 10: 382-92

 

Alexander, Edward Porter: "The Battle of Fredericksburg. Paper No. 2 (Conclusion)"; Southern Historical Society Papers Vol. 10: 445-64

 

Alexander, Edward Porter: "Confederate Artillery Service""; Southern Historical Society Papers Vol. 11: 98-113

 

Alexander, Edward Porter: Report Battle of Fredericksburg; OR 21:575-577

 

Alexander, Edward Porter: "The Great Charge and Artillery Fighting at Gettysburg"; in B & L, Vol. 3, S. 357-68

 

Alexander, Edward Porter: "Battle of Gettysburg," Manuscript, E. P. Alexander Papers, Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina Library

 

Alexander, Thomas B. and Richard E. Beringer: The Anatomy of the Confederate Congress (Nashville 1972)

 

Allan, William: Stonewall Jackson's Valley Campaign (reprint 1995)

 

Allan, William: Reminiscenses of Field Ordnance Service, Southern Historical Society Papers, XIV, S.Allan, William: Stonewall Jackson's Valley Campaign (reprint 1995)

 

Allan, William: Reminiscenses of Field Ordnance Service, Southern Historical Society Papers, XIV, S. 141

 

Allan, William: The Army of Northern Virginia in 1862 (Boston, 1892)

 

Allan, William: „Confederate Artillery at Second Manassas and Sharpsburg“; in Southern Historical Society Papers 11, no. 7 (July 1883), S. 289-91 141

 

Allan, William: The Army of Northern Virginia in 1862 (Boston, 1892)

 

Allan, William: „Confederate Artillery at Second Manassas and Sharpsburg“; in Southern Historical Society Papers 11, no. 7 (July 1883), S. 289-91

 

Allardice, Bruce S.: More Generals in Gray (Baton Rouge and London: Louisiana State University Press 1995)

 

Allen, Alfred: „The 9th Indiana at Shiloh.“ National Tribune, November 2, 1922

 

Allen, Amory K.: „The Civil War Letters of Amory K. Allen.“ Indiana Magazine of History 31 (1935): 338-386

 

Allen Charles J. (Major, Corps of Engineers, US Army): „Some Account and Recollections of the Operations against the City of Mobile and its Defences, 1864 and 1865“; in: Glimpses of the Nation's Struggle. A Series of Papers Minnesota Commandery of the Military Legion of the United States (St. Paul, Minnesota, 1887), pp. 54-88

 

Allen, George H.: Forty-Six Month with the Forth Rhode Island Volunteers (Providence, R.I.: J. A. and R. A. Reid, 1887)

 

Allen, Lewis Y.: "Berdan's Sharpshooters." National Tribune, 12. August 1886

 

Allen, Theodore F. (US-Col): In Pursuit of John Morgan; Ohio MOLLUS Sketches of War History Vol. 5 (1903)

 

Allen, Theodore F.: "Six Hundred Miles of Fried Chicken," Journal of the US Cavalry Association 12 (1899), S. 162-175

 

Allen, Theodore F.: „Kentucky Troops in the Federal Army“; in: Confederate Veteran XVI (1908), S. 493

 

Allen, Thomas: Intelligence in the civil War (Washington, D.C., 2008)

 

Allen Thomas Scott: „Upton's Hill, VA.“, Letter, September 4, 1862, veröffentlicht Civil War Times Illustrated, November 1962, S. 32-33

 

Allen, Ujanirtus (21st Georgia Vols): Campaigning with "Old Stonewall": Confederate Captain Ujanirtus Allen's Letters to his Wife (Baton Rouge, LA: The Louisiana State University Pres,, 1998), 352 pp; Edited by Randall Allen and Keith S. Bohannon. Battle accounts of Cross Keys, Gaines's Mill, Cedar Mountain, Antietam, and Fredericksburg. In April, 1861, Allen, fueled by pride and patriotism, joined the Ben Hill Infantry, which eventually became Company F, 21st Georgia Volunteer Infantry. He wrote his wife twice weekly, penning at least 138 letters before he received a mortal wound at Chancellorsville on May 2, 1863.

 

Allen, Ujanirtus (21st Georgia Vols): Campaigning with "Old Stonewall": Confederate Captain Ujanirtus Allen's Letters to his Wife (LSU Press, 1998)

 

Allen, William: „Memoranda of Conversations with General Robert E. Lee.“ Lee the Soldiers, edited by Gary Gallagher; The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography(1965) Virginia Historical Society

 

Allen, William W.: Jackson's Valley Campaign: Adress of Col. Wm. Allen (Richmond, 1878)

 

Allen, William W.: "History of the Campaign of Gen. T. J. (Stonewall) Jackson in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia." Southern Hist­orical Society Papers 43 (1920), S. 113-294

 

Allen, William W.: History of the Campaign of Gen. T. J. Jackson in Shenandoah Valley of Virginia from Nov 4 1861 to June 17 1862 (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott 1880, original with Color Maps by Hotchkiss; reprint ed., Dayton, Ohio: Morningside, 1974)

 

Allin, E. S.: Rules for the Management and Cleaning of the Rifle Musket, Model 1855 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1862)

 

Ambrose, Daniel Leib: History of the Seventh Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry (Springfield, Ill., 1868)

 

Ambrose, D. Leib: From Shiloh to Savannah: The Seventh Illinois Infantry in the Civil War (DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2003)

 

Ambrose, Stephen E.: „The Union Command System and the Donelson Campaign;“ in: The Journal of Military History Heft 24 (1960), Lexington, VA 1960, pp. +++ergänzen+++ (auch veröffentlicht in: Military Analysis of the civil War (Millwood, N.Y., 1977), pp. 58-66

 

Ambrose, Stephen E.: „Fort Donelson; A Disastrous' Blow,“ Civil War Times Illustrated, June 1966

 

Ambrose, Stephen E.: Halleck: Lincoln's Chief of Staff (Baton Rouge, 1962, reprint 1990)

 

Ambrose, Stephen E.: "Dennis Hart Mahan", in Civil War Times Illustrated, November 1963, S 30-35

 

Ames, John Worthington: "In Front of the Stone Wall at Fredericksburg"; in: B&L, Vol. 3, S. 122-125

 

Ames, John Worthington: "Under Fire," Overland Monthly 3 (1869), S. 439-440

 

Ames, Nelson: History of Battery G, First Regiment, New York Light Artillery (Marshalltown, Iowa: Marshall Printing Co., 1900)

 

Anbinder, Tyler: Nativism and Slavery: The Northern Know Nothings and the Politics of the 1850s (New York: Oxford University Press, 1992)

 

Anderson, Archer (LtCol and AAG): Campaign and Battle of Chickamauga (Southern Historical Papers, IX, 1881)

 

Anderson, Bern: By Sea and River. The Naval History of the Civil War (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1962)

 

Anderson, Charles W.: „After the Fall of fort Donelson.“ Confederate Veteran, Vol. 4 (September 1896), pp. 289-90

 

Anderson, Edward L. (Captain, 52nd Ohio Infantry): „Colonel Archibald Gracie's The Truth About Chickamauga.“ Ohio Commandery, the Loyal Legion, Feb. 7, 1912

 

Anderson, Ephraim M: Memoirs: Historical and Personal; Including the Campaign of the First Missouri Confederate Brigade (Dayton, OH: Morningside Bookshop, 1972)

 

Anderson, John Q. (ed.): Campaigning with Parson's Texas Cavalry Brigade, CSA. Waco, TX: Texian Press, 1967.

 

Anderson, Mary Ann (ed.): The Civil War Diary of Allen Morgan Geer (1stLt, Co. C, 20th Regiment Illinois Infantry), Twentieth Regiment, Illinois Infantry (New York: Cosmos, 1977)

 

Anderson, Robert: Instruction for Field Artillery, Horse and Foot (Philadelphia, 1839)

 

Andreas, Alfred T.: „The Ifs and Buts' of Shiloh“. Military Essays and Recollections. Military Order of the Loyal Legions of the United States, Illinois Commandery, Vol. 1, 1891

 

Andrews, George L.: "The Battle of Cedar Mountain"; in: Military Historical Society of Massachusetts (Boston, Mass., 1881-1912), 2:389-440

 

Andrews, J. Cutler: The North Reports the Civil War (University of Pittsburgh Press: Pittsburgh, 1955)

 

Andrews, J. Cutler: „The Confederate Press and Public Moral,“ Journal of Southern History, Nov. 1966

 

Andrews, R. Snowdon: Richard Snowdon Andrews, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding the First Maryland Artillery (Andrews' Batta­lion) Confederate States Army: A Memoir (Baltimore, Md., 1910)

 

Andrews, W. H.: Footprints of a Regiment: A Recollection of the 1st Georgia Regulars, 1861-1865 (Longstreet Press, 1992); Vivid details of this unit's 20 plus battles. Organized at Macon in April 1861, this unit served under General Toombs and later transferred to Anderson's Brigade, fighting from Seven Days to Fredericksburg with the Army of Northern Virginia. Later assigned to Florida, it fought at Olustee, Charleston and Savannah. Only 45 Officers and men were left to surrender at the end of the war.

 

Angel, W. W. : „To Secretary 5th Ind. Cav. Assn.“ In Report of the Thirty-first Annual Reunion Fifth Indiana Cavalry Association Held at Indianapolis, Indiana, October 15-16, 1913, N.p., n.d., pp. 28-29

 

Angle, Paul M. (ed.): „Three Years in the Army of the Cumberland. The Letters and the Diary of Major James A. Connolly“ (Bloo­mington: Indiana University Press, 1959); 400 pp, 6 Maps; An unsurpassed record of campaigning in the West including Chickamau­ga, Missionary Ridge, Lookout Mountain, The At­lanta Campaign and March to the Sea

 

Angle, Paul M.: Abraham Lincoln's Letter to Major General Joseph Hooker Dated January 26, 1863: A Facsimile Reproduction of the Letter with Explanatory Text by Paul M. Angle (Chicago, IL: The Caxton Club, 1942)

 

Annals of the War written by Leading Participants North and South, originally published in the Philadelphia Weekly Times (Reprint The Blue and Grey Press: New Jersey 1996)

 

Applegate, Debby: The Most Famous Man in America. The Biography of Henry Ward Beecher. Doubleday, New York 2006.

 

Armstrong, A.F.H.: "The Case of Mayor Isaac Lynde," New Mexico Historical Review, Vol. 34, Nr. 1 (January 1961), S. 18-21

 

Armstrong, Nelson: Nuggets of Experience: Narratives of the Sixties and Other Days with graphic Descriptions of Thrilling Perso­nal Adventures (Times Mirror, 1906)

 

Armstrong, William H.: Red Tape & Pigeon-Hole Generals: Andrew A. Humphreys in the Army of the Potomac (Howell Press, September 1998)

 

Arndt, A. F. R.: "Reminiscenses of an Artillery Officer"; in: War Papers (MOLLUS, Michigan, Vol. 1, Paper 14)

 

Arnold, James R. Chickamauga 1863: The River of Death. London: Osprey Publishing Ltd., 1992.

 

Arrington, B. T.: The Medal of Honor at Gettysburg (Gettysburg: Thomas Publications, 1996)

 

Aschmann, Rudolf: Memoirs of a Swiss Officer in the American Civil War: Three Years in the Army of the Potomac Or A Swiss Company of Sharpshooters in the North American War (University of Michigan, 1972)

 

Aschmann, Rudolf: Drei Jahre in der Potomac-Armee; oder, Eine Schweizer Schützen-Compagnie im nordamerikanischen Kriege 
von Rudolf Aschmann, Hauptmann im 1. Vereinigten Staaten Scharfschützen-Regimente. Published 
1865

 

Ashe, Samuel A.: „Life at Fort Wagner“; Confederate Veteran 35 [1927], p. 254-256

 

Aten, Henry J.: History of the Eighty-Fifth Regiment. Comp. and pub. under the auspices of the Regimental Assocation (Hiawatha, Kan.: by the author, 1901)

 

Athearn, Robert G. (ed.): „An Indiana Doctor Marches with Sherman: The Diary of James Comfort Patten.“ Magazine of Indiana History 49 (1953): 405-422

 

Athearn. Robert G. (ed.): Soldier in the West: The Civil War Letters of Alfred Lacy Hough (US-LtCol) (Philadelphia: Un­iversity of Pennsylvania Press, 1956)

 

Atkins, Smith D. (Col, 92nd Illinois Infantry): Chickamauga: Useless, Diastrous Battle (Adress, Freeport/Ill., 1907

 

Aubery, Cullen B. ["Doc"]. Echoes From the Marches of the Famous Iron Brigade. [Milwaukee, n.d.] Reprinted 1988. Gaithers­burg: Ron R. Van Sickle Military Books, 1988.

 

Aubery, Doc (Cullen B.): Recollections of a Newsboy in the Army of the Potomac (Milwaukee, Wis., 1900) (Contains the monograph, Echoes of the Marches of the Famous Iron Brigade, 1861-1865)

 

Austin, Erik W.: Political Facts of the United States Since 1789 (New York, 1986)

 

Austin, J. P. (Col, 9th Kentucky Cavalry [CS]): The Blue and the Gray (Atlanta, 1899)

 

Avery, Phineas O.: History of the Fourth Illinois Cavalry Regiment (Humboldt, Nebrasca, 1903)

 

Avirett, James B. (Chaplain, 7th VA Cavalry): The Memoirs of General Turner Ashby and His Compeers (Baltimore: Delby and Du­lany, 1867; reprint Olde Soldier Books 1987)

 

Ayars, Peter B.: „The 99th Pennsylvania.“ National Tribune, February 4, 1886

 

Avary, Myrta Lockett: Reminiscenses of A. H. Stephens (New York, 1910)

 

Avery, J. Arch, JR., and Marshal L. Bowie: The West Point Route: A Story of the Atlanta and West Point Rail Road - The Western Railway of Alabama. N.p., 1954

 

Ayars, Peter B. and Bradley, Thomas W. and : „At Gettysburg.“ National Tribune, 4 February 1886

 

Ayers, Edward L.: Vengeance and Justice: Crime and Punishment in the Nineteenth-Century American South (New York: Oxford University Press, 1984)

 

Ayling, Augustus D.: Adjutant General Revised Register of Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire in the Wat of the Rebellion, 1861-1866 (Evans, Concord 1895); Revised Edition, 1347 pages

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Litera B

 

Babcock, William A.: “The 114th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers.” Philadelphia Times, 24 April 1886

 

Bache, Richard M.: Life of General George Gordon Meade, Commander of the Army of the Potomac (Philadelphia: Henry T. Coa­tes, 1897)

 

Bachelder, John G.: Positions of Troops, Second Days Battle (Gettysburg) (New York: Office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1876)

 

Bachelder, John B.: Bachelder's New Historical Guide Book. Gettysburg What to See & And How to See It. Illustrated Historical Guide (Boston 1889)

 

Cobb, Bachelder, John: John Bachelder's History of the Battle of Gettysburg (Morningside, Dayton)

 

Bachelder, John B.: „The Third Days Battle.“ Philadelphia Weekly Times, December 15, 1877

 

Bailey, Anne J.: "Henry McCulloch's Texans and the Defense of Arkansas in 1862"; in: Arkansas Historical Quarterly 44 (1987), S. 46-59

 

Bailey, George W.: The Civil War Diary and Biography of George W. Bailey (ed. Gerald R. Post. Colleyville / Texas: Privately prin­ted, 1990)

 

Bailey, Hugh C.(ed.): "An Alabamian at Shiloh: The Diary of Liberty Independence Nixon." Alabama Review, Vol. 11 (April 1958), S. 144-155

 

Bailey, Joseph M.: "The Death of General McCulloch"; in: Confederate Veteran 36 (1928), S. 175

 

Bailey, L. J. (Lewis J. Bailey; Co. F, 20th Regiment Mississippi Infantry): „Escape from Fort Donelson,“ Confederate Veteran, February 1915, p. 64

 

Bailey, Ronald H.: Battles for Atlanta - Sherman moves East; Time-Life-Books 1989

 

Bailey, Robert H.: Forward to Richmond (Alexandria, VA: Time-Life, 1983)

 

Baker, Jean Harvey: Ambivalent Americans: Know-nothing Party in Maryland (John Hopkins University Press, 1977)

 

Baker, Jean Harvey: The Politics of Continuity: Maryland Political Parties from 1858 to 1870 (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1973

 

Baker, Jean Harvey: Affairs of Party. The political Culture of Northern Democrats in the mid-nineteenth century (Fordham University Press, 1998)

 

Baker, Jean H.: James Buchanan (New York: Henry Holt and Company, 2004)

 

Baker, Levi Wood: History of the Ninth Massachusetts Battery (Bigelow's Battery) (Lakeview Press, Framingham 1888)

 

Baker, Nathan S. (Captain 86th Regiment New York Infantry): Diary, Rochester Public Library, Local History Division, Historic Monograph Collection

 

Bakewell, Gordon: “Orderly That Was of the Fifth Company Washington Artillery at Shiloh!” Illinois Central Magazine, October 1915, S. 18-20

 

Bakeless, John: Spies of the Confederacy, Philadelphia, Lippincott 1970

 

Ballard, Michael B.: Pemberton - The General who lost Vicksburg (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1991; ursprünglicher Titel: "Pemberton: A Biography")

 

Ballier, John F.: History of the 98th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment; in: Bates, Samuel Penniman: History of Pennsylva­nia volunteers 1861-65, printed 1871

 

Banasik, Michel E. (ed.): Missouri Brothers in Gray. The Reminiscenses and Letters of William J. Bull and John P. Bull, Iowa City 1998

 

Banasik, Michel E.: Embattled Arkansas: The Prairie Grove Campaign of 1862 (Broadfoot Pub Co.Juni 1996)

 

Banasik, Michael E.: The Biographical Dictionary of Iowa. University of Iowa Press, 2009

 

Banes, Charles H.: History of the Pennsylvania Brigade (Philadelphia, 1877)

 

Banner, James: „The Problem of South Carolina,“ in: Stanley Elkins and Eric McKitrick (eds.): The Hofstadter Aegis: A Memorial (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1974), pp. 60-93

 

Baquet, Camille: History of the First New Jersey Brigade, New Jersey Volunteers: From 1861 to 1865 Compiled under the Authorization of Kearny's First New Jersey Brigade Society (Princeton, NJ, 1910)

 

Barber, Lucius W.: Army Memoirs of Lucius W. Barber, Company "D", 15th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, May 24, 1861 to Sept. 30, 1865 (Chicago: The J. M. W. Jones Stationary and Printing Co., 1894)

 

Barclay, A. Tedford: Ted Barclay, Liberty Hall Volunteers: Letters From the Stonewall Brigade (1861-1864). (Natural Bridge Station, VA: Rockbridge Pub. Co., 1992)

 

Bard, John P.: „The 'Old Bucktails,“ 42d Regt. P.V. at the Battle of Gettysburg.“ Philadelphia Weekly Times, May 19, 1886

 

Bardeen, Charles W. (Musician; Co. D, 1st Regiment Massachusetts Infantry): A Little Fifer's War Diary (Syracuse: C.W. Bardeen, Publisher, 1910)

 

Baringer, William E.: Lincoln's Rise to Power (Boston 1937)

 

Baringer, William E.: A House Dividing: Lincoln as President Elect (Springfield, Ill., 1945)

 

Barker, Harold R. History of the Rhode Island Combat Units in the Civil War (1861-1865) (Published by the author, 1964).

 

Barker, Lorenzo A. (Sgt, 66th Illinois): With the Western Sharpshooters: The Michigan Boys of Company D, 66th Illinois (Blue Acorn); 192 pp. Reprint of Barker's 1905 original

 

Barnard, Henry V.: Tattered Volunteers; Historical Sketch of the Twenty-Seventh Alabama (Northport / Alabama, 1965)

 

Barnes, James (BrigGen): „The Battle of Gettysburg,“ New York Herald, March 21, 1864

 

Barnes, James A. (Pvt 86th Indiana Infantry), et. al.: The 86th Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry (Crawfordville / Indiana, 1895)

 

Barney, William L.: The Secessionist Impulse: Alabama and Mississippi (Princeton, 1974)

 

Barrett, Edwin S. (Assistant Surgeon; Co. G. 5th Regiment Massachusetts Infantry [3 months], 1861) [Militia]): What I Saw at Bull Run. An Adress by Edwin S. Barrett delivered in the Town Hall, Concord Mass., July 21st 1886, on the 25th Anniversary of the Battle of Bull Run at the Reunion of the Veterans of Co. G (Concord Artillery) Fifth Regiment M.V.M. Captain George L. Prescott (Boston 1886)

 

Barrett, John G.: Sherman's March Through the Carolinas (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1956)

 

Barrett, John G.: The Civil War in North Carolina (University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, 1963)

 

Barrett, John Gilchrist: North Carolina as a Civil War Battleground 1681-1865 (Raleigh 1998)

 

Barret, John G. (ed): Yankee Rebel: The Civil War Journal of Edmund DeWitt Patterson (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1966)

 

Barrett, John G. and W. Buck Yearns (ed.): North Carolina Civil War Documentary (University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, 1980)

 

Barrett, Orvey S.: Reminiscenses, Incidents, Battles, Marches and Camp Life of the Old 4th Michigan Infantry in the War of the Re­bellion, 1861-1864 (Detroit: W. S. Ostler, 1888)

 

Barron, Samuel B.: The Lone Star Defenders: A Chronicle of the Third Texas Cavalry, Ross' Brigade. New York and Washington, D.C.: Neale, 1908 (Reprint. Waco: W. M. Morrison Press, 1964 und reprint, Washington DC, 1983)

 

Bartlett, Asa W.: History of the Twelfth Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers in the War of the Rebellion (Concord, N. H.: Ira C. Evans, 1897)

 

Bartlett, Myron Napier: A Story of the War Including the Marches of Washington Artillery (New Orleans, 1874)

 

Barton, Randolph: Recollections 1861-1865 (Baltimore 1913)

 

Baruch, Simon: Reminiscenses of a Confederate Surgeon (New York, n.p., 1915)

 

Barziza, Decimus et Ultimus (ed. R. Henderson Shuffler): The Adventures of a Prisoner of War, 1863-1684 (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1964)

 

Baseler, Marilyn Case: Immigration Policy in Eighteenth Century America“ (Ph.D. diss. Harvard University, 1990)

 

Basler, Roy P. (ed.): The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln (Rutgers University Press: New Brunswick / New Jersey 1953), Vol. VII

 

Bassham, Ben: „Through a Mist of Powder and Exitement': A Southern Artist at Shiloh.“ Tennessee Historical Quarterly, vo. XLVII (Fall 1988), pp. 131-41

 

Bassler, J. H.: „The Color Episode of the One Hundred and Forty-ninth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers.“ Southern Historical Society Papers, vo. 37, p. 272-300

 

Bassord, Christopher u.a.: Clausewitz: Strategie Denken +++ergänzen+++

 

Bastian, David F.: Grant's Canal. The Union Attempt to Bypass Vicksburg (Shippensburg: White Mane Publishing Co., 1995)

 

Bates, Alfred E.: „The Second Regiment of Cavalry (1836-1865)“; in: *Rodenbough, Theophilus F. and Haskin, William L. (eds.): The Army of the United States: Historical Sketches of Staff and Line ... (New York, 1896), S. 177-78

 

Bates, David Homer: Lincoln in the Telegraph Office (New York: Century, 1907)

 

Bates, James C. (9th Texas cavalry): A Texas Cavalry Officer‘s Civil War: The Diary and Letters of James C. Bates (LSU Press)

 

Bates, Joseph H. (BrigGen): "Ohio's Preparation for the War" (Ohio MOLLUS Sketches of War History Volume One; Reprint Cin­cinnati: Robert Clarke and Co. Broadfoot Publishing Co. NC. 1991)

 

Bates, Samuel P.: History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865 (Wilmington, NC; Broatfoot Publishing Co., 1993)

 

Bates, Samuel P.: The Battle of Gettysburg (Philadelphia: Davis, 1875)

 

Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, ed. Robert U. Johnson and Clarence C. Buel. 4 vols. New York, 1884-1887, vol. I

 

Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, ed. Robert U. Johnson and Clarence C. Buel. 4 vols. New York, 1884-1887, Vol. II (Neuauflage Thomas Yoseloff New York & London 1956)

 

Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, ed. Robert U. Johnson and Clarence C. Buel. 4 vols. New York, 1884-1887, Vol. III (Neuauflage Thomas Yoseloff New York & London 1956)

 

Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, ed. Robert U. Johnson and Clarence C. Buel. 4 vols. New York, 1884-1887, Vol. IV (Neuauflage Thomas Yoseloff New York & London 1956)

 

Bauer, K. Jack (ed.): Soldiering: The Civil War Diaries of Rice C. Bull, 123d New York Volunteer Infantry San Rafael, Calif.: (Presidio Press, 1978)

 

Baum, James H.: „A Boy Soldier Tell the Story of Gettysburg.“ (The East Liverpool Morning Tribune, July 9, 1910)

 

Baxter, Nancy Niblack: Gallant Fourteenth: The Story of an Indiana Civil War Regiment +++ergänzen+++

 

Baxter, Nancy N. (ed.): Hoosier Farm Boy in Lincoln's Army: The Civil War Letters of Pvt. John R. McClure (N.p., 1971)

 

Bayles, Jonah: „On Cemetery Hill.“ National Tribune, September 1, 1910

 

Baylor, George: Bull Run to Bull Run: Or, Four Years in the Army of Northern Virginia (Richmond 1900; First Edition). Nevins says "A much consulted memoir by a Virginia cavalryman; especially good for Baylor's discerning personal observations"

 

Baylor, George W.: "With Gen. A. S. Johnston at Shiloh." Confederate Veteran, Vol. 5 (1897), S. 609-13

 

Baylor: William S. H.: Brief veröffentlicht im Staunton / VA 'Vindicator' vom 26.4.1861

 

Beach, John N.: History of the Fortieth Ohio Volunteer Infantry (London / Ohio: Sheperd & Craig Printers, 1884)

 

Beach, William H. (Sgt., Co. B): The First New York (Lincoln) Cavalry From April 19, 1861 to July 7, 1865 (Lincoln Cavalry Association, N. Y., 1902)

 

Beale, G. W. (9th Va. Cav.): A Lieutenant of Cavalry in Lee's Army (The Gorham Press: Boston, 1908)

 

Beale, Howard K.: "The Diary of Edward Bates, 1839-1866," Annual Report of the American Association, 1930, Vol. IV

 

Beale, Howard K. (ed.): The Diary of Edward Bates, 1859-1866 (Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1933).

 

Beale, Richard Lee Turberville: History of the 9th Virginia Cavalry in the War between the States (Richmond, 1899)

 

Beale, Richard Lee Turberville: "Part Taken by the Ninth Virginia Cavalry in Reppeling the Dahlgren Raid." Southern Historical Society Papers 3 (1877), S. 219-21

 

Beals, Thomas P. (Captain 31st Maine Infantry and 32nd Maine Infantry): „In a Charge Near Fort Hell, Petersburg, April 2, 1864.“ In War Papers Read before the Commandery of the State of Maine, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, vol. 2, 105-115 (Portland, ME: Lefavor-Tower, 1902)

 

Bean, William G.: The Liberty Hall Volunteers: Stonewall's College Boys. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1964

 

Bean, William G.: „Puritan Versus Celt, 1850-1860,“ New England Quarterly 7 (1934)

 

Bearss, Edwin: Hardluck Ironclad. The story of the Cairo - sunk during the Civil War and now on display at Vicksburg - details of the salvage and career of the Cairo (Louisiana State University Press, 1966, 1980)

 

Bearss, Edwin Cole: The Vicksburg Campaign, Vol. I: Vicksburg is the Key (Dayton, Ohio: Morningside 1985)

 

Bearss, Edwin Cole: The Vicksburg Campaign, Vol. II: Grant Strikes a Fatal Blow (Dayton, Ohio: Morningside 1986)

 

Bearss, Edwin Cole: The Vicksburg Campaign, Vol. III: Unvexed to the Sea (Dayton, Ohio: Morningside 1986)

 

Bearss, Edwin C.: Forrest at Brice's Cross Roads (Dayton, Oh., 1979)

 

Bearss, Edwin C.: Fields of Honor. Pivotal Battles of the Civil War (Washington 2006)

 

Bearss, Edwin Cole and J. Hills: Receding Tide: Vicksburg and Gettysburg: The Campaign that changed the Civil War +++ergänzen+++

 

Bearss, Edwin C.: „A Federal Raid up the Tennessee River.“ Alabama Review, vol 17 (October 1964), pp. 261-70

 

Bearss, Edwin C.: "Pvt. Charles E. Affeld Reports Action West of the Mississippi," Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, LX, No. 3 (Autumn, 1967), S. 267-297

 

Bearss, Edwin C.: "War Comes to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal," West Virginia History, Vol. 28, Nr. 4 [October 1966], S. 167 (enthält eine umfassende Diskussion der Operationen gegen den Kanal)

 

Bearss, Edwin C.: Historic Resource Study of Ship Island (1984)

 

Bearss, Edwin C.: Vorwort zu: Weaver, C. P. (ed.): Thank God my Regiment is an African One: The Civil War Diary of Colonel Na­than W. Daniels (Louisiana State University Press, 1998)

 

Bearss, Edwin V. (ed.): The Story of the Fifty-fifth Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War 1861-1865 by a Committee of the Regiment (Clinton 1887; neu herausgegeben von Edwin V. Bearss, Huntingdon, West Virginia, 1993)

 

Beatie, Russel H.: The Army of the Potomac: Birth of Command, November 1860 - September 1861 (Da Capo, 2002)

 

Beatty, John (3rd Ohio Volunteers): The Citizen Soldier: Or, Memoirs of a Volunteers (Time Life, NY 1983; Reprint; Originally Pu­blished Cincinnati, 1879)

 

Beaudot, William J., and Lance J. Herdegen: An Irishman in the Iron Brigade, The Civil War Memoirs of James P. Sullivan (New York: Fordham University Press, 1993)

 

Beaudry (Boudrye), Louis N. (5th NY Cavalry): War Journal of Louis N. Beaudry, 5th New York Cavalry: The Diary of a Union Chaplain, Commencing February 16, 1863 (Albany: R. S. Gray, 1865, reprint McFarland Publishing); Details of Gettysburg and other battles of the 5th New York Cavalry from 1863 to 1865. Only 167 of the original members of this regiment remained at war's end, some 114 having died in Confederate prisons. Beaudry wrote the Regimental History of the 5th Cavalry using many of these same diary entries.

 

Beaudry, Louis N.: Historic Records of the Fifth New York Cavalry (Albany: New York, 1865)

 

Beauregard, P. G. T. „Notes on E. A. Pollard's 'Lost Cause'.“ The Southern Magazine, Vol. 10 (January 1872), pp. 55-64

 

Beauregard, P. G. T.: Principles and Maxims of the Art of War - Outpost Service; general instructions for battles; Reviews (Charleston, 1863); reprint in: Beauregard, G. T.: A Commentary on the Campaign and Battle of Manassas (New York, 1891)

 

Beauregard,P. G. T.: A Commentary on the Campaign and Battle of Manassas (New York, 1891)

 

Beauregard, P. G. T.: "The Campaign of Shiloh; in: B&L Vol. 1, S. 569-593

 

Beauregard, P. G. T.: „The Shiloh Campaign.“ North American Review, Vol. 142 (1886), pp. 1-24, 159-84

 

Beck, Elias W. H.: "Letters of a Civil War Surgeon," Indiana Magazine of History, XXVII [1931], S. 154

 

Becker, Carl M. and Ritchie Thomas (eds.): Hearth and Knapsack: The Ladley Letters, 1857-1880 (Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1988)

 

Beckley, Michael: "Buckland's Brigade at Shiloh." National Tribune, 30.11.1922

 

Beecham, Robert K.: "Adventures of an Iron Brigade Man," National Tribune, 1902

 

Beecham, Robert K.: Gettysburg. The Pilotal Battle of the War (Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co, 1911).

 

Beecher, Harris H. (Asst. Surgeon, 114th NYSV): Record of the 114th Regiment, N.Y.S.V, Where it Went, What it Saw and What it Did (J. F. Hubbard, Norwich 1866)

 

Beecher, Harris Harvey Dr..: Record of the 114th New York State Volunteers (Norwich, N.Y., 1866)

 

Beecher, Herbert W.: History of the First Light Battery Connecticut Volunteers, 1861-1865 (New York, 1901)

 

Beidelman, George Washington: The Civil War Letters of George Washington Beidelman, ed. Catherine H. Vanderslice (New York: Vantage, 1978)

 

Belfield, Henry H.: "The Wilson Raid." Illinois MOLLUS, vol 4 (Chicago: Cozzens & Beaton Co., 1907), S. 503-521

 

Belknap, William W.: History of the Fifteenth Regiment Iowa Veteran Volunteer Infantry, from October, 1861 to August, 1865; When disbanded at the End of the War (Keokuk / Iowa, 1887)

 

Bell, C.K.: "Fine Career of a Texas Comrade", Confederate Veteran, Vol. V., S. 69

 

Bell, John T. (Lt, 2nd Iowa Infantry): Tramps and Triumphs of the Second Iowa Infantry (Omaha 1866, reprint Des Moines, 1961)

 

Bell, T. H. (LtCol, 12th Tennessee Infantry): „Rhea Field;“ in: Son of the South, Vol. 3 (April 1986), pp. 8-13 (Anm.: das „Rhea Field“ war im Battle of Shiloh Schauplatz der Kämpfe der Division Sherman [vgl. McDonough: Shiloh, a.a.O., S. 91; vgl. Daniel: Shiloh, a.a.O., S. 156-61, 166-70, 269])

 

Bell, Thomas: At Harper's Ferry, Va., September 14, 1862: How the Cavalry Escaped ... (Brooklyn, New York: privately issued, 1900)

 

Bellard, Alfred (Pvt. 5th New Jersey Infantry): Gone for a Soldier: The Civil War Memoirs of Private Alfred Bellard (Little Brown: Boston 1975; edited by David H. Donald)

 

Belo, Alfred Horatio (11th NC Volunteers): Reminiscenses of a North Carolina Volunteer (Olde Soldier Books), 56 pp; Edited by Stuart Wright, this incorporates additional material from Belo's wartime letters to Carrie Fries and regimental histories and rosters. This unit was also known as the Forsythe Rifles, later designated Company "D", 11th Regiment North Carolina Volunteers

 

Belo, A. H. and William Robbins: “The Battle of Gettysburg.” Confederate Veteran 8 (1900): 165-168

 

Benedict, George G.: Army Life in Virginia (Burlington / Vermont: Free Press Association, 1895)

 

Benedict, George A.: A Short History of the 14th (Vermont) Reg’t (Bennington, Vt.: Press of C. A. Pierce, 1887)

 

Benedict, George Grenville. Vermont in the Civil War. Burlington VT: Free Press Association, 1888

 

Benedict, George Grenville: The Battle of Gettysburg and the Part taken therein by Vermont Troops (Burlington 1867) (PDF-Datei Archiv Ref ameridownload 'Vermont Battle of Gettysburg[Benedict]')

 

Benedict, George Grenville: "Vermont in the Civil War: A History of the Part Taken by the Vermont Soldiers and Sailors in the War for the Union, " by George Grenville Benedict, 2 volume set, originally published in 1886, by the Free Press Association, Burlington, Vermont. With photos, and index

 

Benedict, George G.: Vermont at Gettysburg, A Sketch Of The Part Taken By The Vermont Troops, In The Battle of Gettysburg (Burlington, VT: Free Press Association, 1870)

 

Benedict, George G.: „General Meade's Letter on Gettysburg,“ Philadelphia Weekly Press, August 14, 1886, reprinted in Meade: Life and Letters, a.a.O., Vol. 2, 350-354, on 354

 

Benham, Calhoun (Maj CSA) Papers; "Kennesaw Gazette" Ausgaben v. 1.1.-15.1.1889

 

Benham, Calhoun: "Major-Gen. P. R. Cleburne, A Biographie," Kennesaw Gazette, 15.1.1889, S. 2

 

Benham, Henry W.: Recollections of the West Virginia Campaign ... May, June and July, 1861 ... (Boston, 1873, from 'Old and New', June, 1873 and carrying the Pagination of the Magazine)

 

Benjamin, Charles F.: "Hooker's Appointment and Removal," Battles & Leaders, Vol. 3, S. 239-243 (zuerst veröffentlicht in: The Century Magazine 33 [November 1886], S. 106-111; zur Kritik: vgl. Coddington: Gettysburg, a.a.O., S. 116-19 sowie Nichols: To­wards Gettysburg, a.a.O., S. 180-82

 

Benjaminson, Eric: „A Regiment of Immigrants: The 82nd Illinois Volunteer Infantry and the Letters of Captain Rudolph Mueller.“ Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 94, no. 2 (2001), 137-80

 

Benner, Judith Ann: Sul Ross: Soldier, Statesman, Educator. College Station: Texas A & M Press, 1983

 

Bennett, A. J.: The Story of the 1st Massachusetts Light Battery Attached to the Sixth Army Corps (Deland and Barta: Boston, 1886)

 

Bennett, Brian A. “Sons of Old Monroe: A Regimental History of Patrick O’Rorke’s 140th New York Volunteer Infantry” (Dayton/ OH.: Mor­ningside Press, 1992)

 

Bennett, David H.: The Party of Fear: From Nativist Movement to the New Right in American History (Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1988)

 

Bennett, Edward: „The Battle as Seen by a Member of the 44th N. Y.“ National Tribune, May 6, 1886

 

Bennett, Edwin C.: Musket and Sword (Boston: Coburn Publishing Co., 1900)

 

Bennett, Gerald R.: Days of „Uncertainty and Dread“;: The Ordeal Endured by the Citizens at Gettysburg (Littletown, Pa., 1994)

 

Bennett, Lyman G. und William M. Haigh: History of the Thirty-Six Regiment Illinois Volunteers, During the War of the Rebellion. Aurora, Ill. 1876

 

Bennett, Ron: “Ira Van Deusen: A Federal Volunteer in North Alabama“; in: Alabama Historical Quarterly, vol. 27 1865, pp. 199-211

 

Benning, H. L.: „Notes by General H. L. Benning on the Battle of Sharpsburg“; The Southern Historical Society Papers, XVI, S. 393 ff.

 

Benson, Lee: The Concept of Jacksonian Democracy: New York as a Test Case (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1961) (Anm Holt: Political Crisis, a.a.O., S. 264: „Perhaps the most pugnatious critic of Schlesinger (vgl. Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr.: The Age of Jackson (Boston: Little, Brown & Company, 1945) which argues that in New York, Whigs were more reformist than Democrats, and that ethnocultural and religious differences more sharply defined Whig from Democratic voters than the class differences posited by Schlesinger. Benson's contention that the Texas issue hat little impact in the 1844 election in New York is more persuasive“)

 

Benson, Susan (Hrsg.): Berry Benson’s Civil War Book. Memoirs of a Confederate Scout and Sharpshooter, Reprint 1992

 

Bentley, William H.: History of the 77th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Sept. 2, 1862 - July 10, 1865 (Peoria / Illinois: Edward Hine Printer, 1883)

 

Benton, Charles E.: As Seen from the Ranks: A Boy in the Civil War (New York: G. P. Putnam's sons, 1902)

 

Benton, Thomas Hart: History and Legal Examination of Dred Scott Case (New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1858)

 

Bergeron, Paul H.: Antebellum Politics in Tennessee (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1982)

 

Bergeron, Paul: Presidency of James K. Polk (University of Kansas Press, 1987)

 

Bering, John A. and Thomas Montgomery: History of the 48th Ohio Volunteer Infantry .... (Hillsboro, Ohio, 1880)

 

Beringer, Richard, Hattaway, Herman u.a.: Why the South Lost the Civil War (University of Georgia Press: Athens/GA, 1986)

 

Beringer, Richard E.: „A Profile of the Members of the Confederate Congress,“ Journal of Southern History, XXXIII (November 1967), 518-541

 

Beringer, Richard E. and Alexander, Thomas B.: The Anatomy of the Confederate Congress (Nashville 1972)

 

Berkeley, Edmund and Dorothy: "John Beckley" (Philadelphia, 1973)

 

Berkeley, Henry Robinson: Four Years in the Confederate Artillery: The Diary of Private Henry Robinson Berkeley; ed. William H. Runge (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1961)

 

Berlin, Ira et. al.: Slaves No More: Three Essays on Emancipation and the Civil War [New York, 1992], S. 203, 206

 

Berlin, Ira et. al. (eds.): Freedom: A Documentary History of Emancipation 1861-1867 (4 vols), Ser. 2: The Black Military Experi­ence (New York, 1982)

 

Bernard, George S. (Co. I, 12th VA.): War Talks of Confederate Veterans (Fenn & Owen Publishers: Petersburg, Va., 1892)

 

Bernstein, Iver: The New York City Draft Riots. Their Significance for American Society and Politics in the Age of the Civil War (New York: Oxford University Press, 1990)

 

Berry, Chester D.: Loss of the Sultana and Reminiscenses of Survivers. History of a Disaster where over One Thousand Five Hundred Human Beings were Lost, most of them being Exchanged Prisoners of War on their Way Home after Privation and Suffering from one to twenty-three Month in „Cahaba“ and Andersonville Prisons (Lansing, Mich., 1892)

 

Berry, Mary F.: Negro Troops in Blue and Gray: The Louisiana Native Guard 1861-1863; in: Louisiana History, VIII (Spring 1967)

 

Berry, Thomas: Four Years with Morgan and Forrest (Oklahoma City, 1914)

 

Berryman, H. W.: „Company I, 1st Texas at Gettysburg.“ New York times, July 3, 1913

 

Best, Isaac O. Best (121st NY): History of the 121st New York State Infantry (Upton's Regulars) (Chicago 1921)

 

Beveridge, John L.: "The First Gun at Gettysburg", in: The Gettysburg Papers, Vol. I: 159-180 (= Illinois Mollus, Vol. 2: 90)

 

Beveridge, John L.: "Illinois Monuments at Gettysburg"; in: Gettysburg Sources, Vol. 3: 1-37

 

Bevens, William E. (1st Arkansas Infantry, C.S.A.): Reminiscenses of a Private (Univ Arkansas Press, 1992)

 

Beyer, W.F. and O.F. Keydel (ed.): Deeds of Valor. How America's Civil War Heroes won the Congressional Medal of Honor (Reprint der Erstausgabe 1903, Longmeadow: Stanford, Ct., 1993)

 

Bickham, W. D.: Rosecrans' Campaign with the Fourteenth Army Corps (Cincinnati, 1863)

 

Bicknell, George W.: 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 (Portland ME: H. L. Davis, 1871)

 

Biddle, Chapman, "First Day of the Battle of Gettysburg" - Campaign of Gettysburg; Gettysburg National Military Park Library, Box B- 32

 

Biddle, William F.: „Recollections of McClellan“, United Service Magazine (May 1894), S. 460-469

 

Biel, John G. (ed.): „The Battle of Shiloh: From the Letters and Diary of Joseph Dimmit Thompson.“ Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Vol. 17 (September 1958), pp. 250-74

 

Bieler, J. L.: Speech (Shiloh National Military Park, Shiloh / Tennessee, 11th Indiana File)

 

Bierce, Ambrose: Ambrose Bierce's Civil War; ed. William McCann (Renery Gateway Inc., 1956; reprint Random House: New Jersey 1996)

 

Bigelow, John (9th Mass Artillery): The Peach Orchard, Gettysburg, 2. Juli 1863 (Minneapolis 1910)

 

Bigelow, John Jr.: Chancellorsville (New York 1995)

 

Bilby, Joseph G.: Three Rousing Cheers: A History of the Fifteenth New Jersey from Flemington to Appomattox (Higthstown, NJ: Longstreet House, 1993)

 

Bilby, Joseph G. Savage Spring: The 15th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Regiment at the Battle of Spotsylvania. Excerpted from Military Images, September-October 1979, pp. 6-13.

 

Bilby, Joseph: Remember Fontenoy! The 69th New York and the Irish Brigade in the American Civil War (Longstreet House, 1995)

 

Bilby, Joseph: The Irish Brigade in the Civil War: The 69th New York and other Irish Regiments of the Army of the Potomac (Com­bined Pub)

 

Bilby, Joseph G. Forgotten Warriors: New Jersey’s African American soldiers in the Civil War Longstreet House, 1993); 72 p.

 

Bilby, Joseph and William Goble: Remember You Are Jerseymen. A Military History of New Jersey’s Troops in the Civil War (Longstreet House 1998); 750 pp, over 100 Illustrations, 17 Maps, Index

 

Bilby, Joseph and Steve O'Neill: My Sons Were Faithful and they Fought: The Irish Brigade at Antietam. An Anthology (Longstreet House)

 

Billett, Glenn E.: „Department of the Susquehanna“; Journal of the Lancaster County Historical Society, LXVI (Winter 1862), S. 1-66

 

Billings, John D. (10th Mass Artillery): Hard Tack And Coffee (Boston 1888)

 

Billings, John D.: The History of the 10th Massachusetts Battery of Light Artillery in the War of the Rebellion, 1862-1865 (Butter­nut and Blue); Reprint of 1881 title

 

Billington, Sharon. Who Were the Three Months Men of the Ninth Illinois? N.p., 1980.

 

Bingham, Daniel: „From the 64th New York.“ The Cattaraugus Freeman, July 30, 1863

 

Bircher, William (2nd Minnesota): A Drummer-Boy's Diary, Comprising Four Years of Service with the Second Regiment Minne­sota Veteran Volunteers, 1861 to 1865 (St Paul / Minnesota: Acme Press, 1889; reprint North Star, edited by Newell L. Ches­ter)

 

Bird, Edgeworth (3rd Regiment Georgia Infantry): The Granite Farm Letters: The Civil War Correspondence of Edgeworth and Sallie Bird (Univ of Georgia: Athens 1988); Edited by John Rozier

 

Bird, W. H.: Stories of the Civil War, Company C, 13th Regiment of Alabama Volunteers (Columbia / Alabama: Advocate Print, n.d.)

 

Birkhimer, William E.: Historical Sketch of the Organization, Administration, Material, and Tactics of the Artillery, United States Army (Washington, D. C.: James J. Chapman, 1884; reprint, New York: Greenwood Press Publishers, 1968)

 

Bisbee, John [ed.]: Captaining the Corps d'Afrique. The Civil War Letters of [Captain] John Newton Chamberlin (McFarland & Company: Jefferson / North Carolina, 2016)

 

Bishop, Chris u. Ian Drury: "1400 Days - The Civil war Day by Day, 1. Auflage New York 1991

 

Bishop, Judson W.: The Story of a Regiment, Beeing a Narrative of the Service of the Second Minnesota Veteran Volunteer Infantry (St. Paul / Minnesota, 1890)

 

Black, Robert C. III: The Railroads of the Confederacy (University of North Carolina Press, 1952)

 

Blackburn, J. K. P[olk].: "Reminiscenses of the Terry Texas Rangers." Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Vol. 22 (July 1918), S. 38-77

 

Blackford, Charles Minor: Letters from Lee's Army or Life In and Out the Army of Virginia During the War Between the States (abridged reprint der Originalausgabe von 1894: University of Nebrasca Press, Lincoln 1998; edited by Susan L. Blackford)

 

Blackford. Launcelot Minor (ed.): Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory. The Story of a Virginia Lady, Mary Berkeley Minor Blackford, 1802-1896, Who Taught Her Sons to Hate Slavery and to Love the Union (Cambridge, 1964)

 

Blackford, William W.: War Years with Jeb Stuart (Charles Scribner's Sons, 1945; reprint Louisiana State University Press: Baton Rouge, 1993)

 

Blackmar, Frank W.: The Life of Charles Robinson (Topeka, 1912)

 

Bladek, John David: "'Virginia Is Middle Ground': The Know Nothing Party and the Virginia Gubernatorial Election of 1855." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography (1998): 35–70

 

Blake, Henry N.: Three Years in the Army of the Potomac (Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1865)

 

Blakeslee, Bernard F. History of the Sixteenth Connecticut Volunteers. Hartford, Connecticut: Case, Lockwood, and Brainard, 1875

 

Blanchard, Etta Worsley: Columbus on the Chattahoochee (Columbus, Ga., 1951)

 

Bledsoe, G. B.: „Fifteen Soldiers of One Family“; in: Confederate Veteran, vol 18 (October 1910), p 470 (Anm.: bei Daniel: Shiloh, a.a.O., S. 371 wird der Autor fehlerhaft als „S. N. Bledsoe“ genannt)

 

Bliss, George N.: Reminiscenses of Service in the First Rhode Island Cavalry (Providence, R. I., 1878)

 

Bloodgood, John D.: Personal Reminiscenses of the War (New York: Hund and Eaton, 1893)

 

Blue, Matthew P., et. al.: City Directory and History of Montgomery, Alabama … (Montgomery, 1878)

 

Boatner, Mark M.: The Civil War Dictionary +++ergänzen+++

 

Bock, H. Riley: „Confederate Col. A. C. Riley. His Reports and Letters.“ Missouri Historical Quarterly, Vol. LXXXV (January 1991), pp. 158-81

 

Bohannon, Keith, S.: Dirty, Ragged, and Ill-Provided For. Confederate Logistical Problems in the 1862 Maryland Campaign and Their Solutions; in: Gallagher, Gary W. (ed.): The Antietam Campaign (University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, 1999), S. 101-142

 

Bohannon, Keith S.: „Wounded and Captured at Gettysburg;“ in: Military Images (May-June 1988), 14

 

Boggs, Marion Alexander (ed.): The Alexander Letters 1787-1900 (reprint, Athens, GA., 1990)

 

Boies, Andrew J.: Record of the Thirty-Third Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Fitchburg/MA: Sentinel Printing Company, 1880)

 

Boland, E. T.: "Beginning of the Battle of Gettysburg" Confederate Veteran Magazine 14 (1906): 308-309

 

Boland, E. T.: "Death of General Reynolds. An Ex-Confederate who was a witness describes the Event." National Tribune, 20 May 1915

 

Bolding, C. P.: Oath, 1865; 1 item. Positive photocopy of a parole oath sworn by Sergeant C. P. Bolding, Company A, Forty-first Mississippi Infantry, following his surrender at Okolona, Mississippi, May 31, 1865 (Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville: Manuscript Re­sources for the Civil War, Compiled by Kim Allen Scott, 1990)..

 

Bond, R.W.: Pickett or Pettigrew, an historical Essay, 2. Auflage 1888

 

Bonner, Floelle Youngblood: Col. James F. Armstrong of Montgomery County, Rendered Unusual Service to Confederacy; in: The Alabama Historical Quarterly Vol. 23, Nos. 3 and 4, Fall and Winter 1961, S. 231

 

Boone, Thomas: „History of Company F, First North Carolina Infantry.“ The Index, March 8, 1895

 

Bonomi, Patricia U.: Under the Cover of Heaven (1986)

 

Booth, Benjamin (22nd Iowa Infantry): Dark Days of the Rebellion: Life in Southern Military Prisons (Meyer Publishing: Reprint of 1897 original)

 

Booth, George W.: Personal Reminiscenses of a Maryland Soldier in the War between the States (Baltimore: Fleet, McGinley and Co., 1898)

 

Borcke, Heros von: Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence. 2 vols (New York, 1938; J. S. Sanders: Reprint of Scarce 1866 Original)

 

Borries, Frank B. jr.: "General John Buford, Civil War Union Cavalryman." M. A. thesis, University of Kentucky, 1960

 

Boritt, Gabor S.: Lincoln's Generals (Oxford University Press: Oxford/New York, 1994)

 

Boritt, Gabor S. (ed.): The Gettysburg Nobody Knows (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997)

 

Borton, Benjamin (24th NJ Infantry): On the Parallels, or Chapters of Inner History: A Story of the Rappahannock (Woodstown, NJ 1903); 333 pp. "One who participated in the battles herein described in and around Fredericksburg VA 1862"

 

Borton, Benjamin: Awhile with the Blue, or Memories of War Days. The True Story of a Private (1898)

 

Borton, Benjamin On the Parallels or Chapters of Inner History - A Story of Rappahannock (Reprint 2008)

 

Bosbyshell, Oliver Christian: Pennsylvania at Antietam (Harrisburg: Antietam Battlefield Memorial Commission, 1906)

 

Bosbyshell, Oliver Christian (Captain Co. G): 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 (1895)

 

Boudrye, Louis N: s. Beaudry

 

Bourke, John G.: On the Border With Crook (Time Life 1980; Reprint of 1881 Original)

 

Bouton, Edward (Gen.): Events of the Civil War (Los Angeles, 1906)

 

Bowen, Edward R.:“Collis“ Zouaves. The 114th Pennsylvania Infantry at Gettysburg.“ Philadelphia Weekly Times, June 22, 1887

 

Bowen, George A.: „The Diary of Captain George A. Bowen, 12th New Jersey Volunteers.“ The Valley Forge Journal (June 1984), Vol. 2

 

Bowen, James L.: History of the Thirty-Seventh Regiment Massachusetts 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 (Bryan & Co., Holyoke 1884)

 

Bowen, James L.: "Marching to Gettysburg." Philadelphia Weekly Times, 27 May 1882

 

Bowers, Claude G.: The Tragic Era (Cambridge, Mass. 1929)

 

Bowers, John. Chickamauga and Chattanooga: The Battles That Doomed the Confederacy. New York: Avon Books, 1994.

 

Bowman, John S.: The Civil War Almanac (5. Auflage, New York 1985)

 

Boyd, Belle: Belle Boyd in Camp and Prison (reprint; New Introduction by Sharon Kennedy-Nolle - New Foreword by Drew Gil­pin Faust; First published in 1865, London: Sauders, Otley, and Co., 1865); Belle Boyd’s memoir of her experiences as a Confedera­te spy has stood the test of time and interest. Belle first gained notoriety when she killed a Union soldier in her home in 1861. During the Federal occupations of the Shenandoah Valley, she mingled with the servicemen and, using her feminine wiles, obtained useful information for the Rebel cause.

 

Boyd, David F. (Captain; 9th Louisiana Infantry): Reminiscenses of the War in Virginia. Edited by T. Michael Parish (Austin / Texas: Jenkins, 1989)

 

Boyd, James P.: The Life of General William T. Sherman (1891)

 

Boyd, Minnie C. Alabama in the Fifties. A Social Study (New York, 1931)

 

Boykin, E. M., LtCol, C.S.A.: The Falling Flag: Evacuation of Richmond, Retreat and Surrender at Appomattox (Originally publis­hed in 1874): Boykin commanded 7th South Carolina Cavalry, Gary's Brigade as rear guard for Confederate retreat from Richmond and last line of battle at Appomattox

 

Boykin, Richard M.: Captain Alexander Hamilton Boykin, One of South Carolinas Finest Citizen (Jim Fox Books); 263 pp. Illustra­ted Reprint of 1942 title

 

Boykin, Samuel (ed.): Memorial Volume of the Hon. Howell Cobb of Georgia (Philadelphia, 1870)

 

Boyle, John Richards: Soldiers True, The Story of the One Hundred and Eleventh Regiment Pennsylvania ... Volunteers (New York 1903) (PDF-Version available)

 

Brackett, Albert G.: History of the United States Cavalry, From the Formation of the Federal Government to the 1st of June, 1865 (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1865)

 

Bradford, Gamaliel: Lee the American (Boston, 1912)

 

Bradford, Gamaliel: Union Portraits (Boston, 1914). In his day Gamaliel Bradford was regarded as the "Dean of American Bio­graphers." Which makes it remarkable that his wonderful book on important figures of the American Civil War of the Union side is so hard to find. He was the American pioneer of the psychographic form of written biographies, focusing on the study of personality, values, opinions, attitudes, interests, and lifestyles, instead of strictly the events of someone's life. In this volume, Bradford profiles nine men who were central to the history of the Civil War period. Some you know well, like William Seward, Edwin Stanton, Gene­ral Sherman, and General McClellan. Others may be less well-known to you, like Samuel Bowles. Bradford wrote 114 biographies over a period of 20 years and like all of them, this one does not disappoint in its fascinating perspectives and focus.

 

Bradford, Ned (ed.): Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. One-volume edition of the greatest classic of the Civil War, selected and edited by Ned Bradford (New York: Fairfax Press, 1956)

 

Bradley, G. S. (Chaplain, 22nd Wisconsin Infantry): The Star Corps; or, Notes of an Army Chaplain during Sherman's "Famous March to the Sea" (Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Jermain and Bright­man, Book and Job Printers, Sentinel Building, 1865)

 

Bradley, Thomas W. and Peter B. Ayars: „At Gettysburg.“ National Tribune, 4 February 1886

 

Bradsby, Henry C.: History of Vigo County, Indiana (Chicago: S. B. Nelson & Company, Publishers, 1891)

 

Bragg, Edward S., and Jerome A. Watrous. "Reunion of the Iron Brigade - LaCrosse, August 7, 1883." N.p., n.d.

 

Brainard, Mary Genevie Green: Campaigns of the One Hundred and Forty-Sixth Regiment, New York State Volunteers, also known as Hallecks Infantry, The Fifth Oneida, and Garrads Tigers (G. P. Putnam's Sons New York and London 1915, reprint 2011)

 

Brainerd, Wesley: Bridge Building in Wartime (Knoxville/TN: University of Tennessee Press, 1997); 440 pp; Illustrated; Edited by Ed Malles. Colonel Wesley Brainerd's memoir of the 50th New York Volunteer Engineers

 

Brannon, Peter A.: The Organization of the Confederate Post Office Department at Montgomery (Montgomery, 1960)

 

Brant, Jefferson E.: History of the Eighty-Fifth Indiana Volunteer Infantry (Bloomington / Ind.: Cravens Brothers, Printers and Binders, 1902)

 

Brauer, Kinley J.: Cotton versus Conscience. Massachusetts Whig Politics and Southwest Expansion, 1843-1848, Lexington, Ky., 1967

 

Breck, George, comp. Robert E. Marcotte. Breck's War Correspondence of George Breck, Battery L, 1st New York Light Artillery. Rochester, N.Y., R. E. Marcotte, 2005

 

Breck, George: Letter of 18.9.1862, published in the Rochester Union and Advertiser, Sept. 26, 1862 (vgl. McPherson: Crossroads of Freedom. Antietam, a.a.O., S. 157 n. 2)

 

Breihan, Carl: Quantrill and His Civil War Guerillas +++ergänzen+++

 

Brents, John A.: The Patriots and Guerillas of East Tennessee and Kentucky. New York: John A. Brents, 1863

 

Brewer, Abraham T. (Sergeant 61st Pennsylvania Infantry): History Sixty-First Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865 (Pittsburgh, PA: Art Engraving & Printing, Co., 1911)

 

Brewer, A.: Alabama, Her History, Resources, War Record, and Public Men from 1540 to 1872 (Montgomery, 1872)

 

Brewer, James D.: The Raiders of 1862 (Westport, 1997)

 

Briant, C. C. (Captain, 6th Indiana Infantry): History of the 6th Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry (Indianapolis, 1891)

 

Bridges, C. A.: "The Knights of the Golden Circle: A Filibustering Fantasy," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 44 (Jan., 1941): 287-302

 

Bridges, Hal: " A Lee Letter on the 'Lost Dispatch' and the Maryland Campaign of 1862," Virginia Magazine of History, LXVI [April 1958] S. 165

 

Brinton, John Hill (Surgeon, U.S. Vols): Personal Memoirs of John H. Brinton (Univ Southern Illinois Press; Reprint of 1914 Neale Original); 380 pp. New Foreword by John Y. Simon

 

Brobst, John B.: „Well Mary“: Civil War Letters of a Wisconsin Volunteer. ed. Lydia M. Post (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1960)

 

Brock, William R.: Parties and political Conscience: American Dilemmas, 1840-1850 (New York: KTO Press, 1979)

 

Brogan, Sir Denis: „David M. Potter“; in: Cunliffe, Marcus and Robin Winks: Pastmasters. Some Essays on American Historians (Harper & Row, Publisher: New York 1969), S. 316-344

 

Bromwell, William J.: History of Immigration to the United States (1856, reprint New York: Arno Press, 1969)

 

Brooks, Noah: Washington in Lincoln's Time (New York: The Century Co., 1896)

 

Brooks, U. R.: Stories of the Confederacy (Columbia/SC, 1912)

 

Brooks, U. R. (6th S. Carolina Cavalry): "Butler and his Cavalry, 1861-1865 (Jim Fox Books; Reprint of 1911 title) 594 pp; covers Butler in Hampton Legion, 2nd Cavalry and "Butler's Brigade" of the 4th, 5th and 6th S. Carolina Cavalry. Covers campaigns of 1864 and Carolinas Campaign of 1865

 

Brooks, Victor D.: Marye's Heights. Fredericksburg (Conshohocken, Pa.: Combined Publishing, 2001)

 

Brooksher, William R.: Bloody Hill: The Civil War Battle of Wilson's Creek (Brassey's: Washington / London, 1995, 1st Edition) (Anm.: Wilson's Creek was the first major engagement in the West. Proportionately, it was one of the bloodiest in the war. Ben McCullough' troops from Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas successfully beat back a Union attack by 5,600 of Nathaniel Lyon men to defeat the Union's hold on Southwest Missouri)

 

Brown, A. F.: „Van Dorn‘s operations in Northern Mississippi; Recollections of a Cavalry man,“ Southern Historical Society Pa­pers, vol 6 (1878), S. 151-161

 

Brown, Dee Alexander: The Bold Cavaliers: Morgan's 2nd Kentucky Cavalry Raiders (Philadelphia, 1959)

 

Brown, Dee Alexander: Grierson's Raid (Morningside, Dayton 1981, Reprint of 1954 original). The day-by-day account of the Sixth and Seventh Illinois Cavalry in their 600 mile ride through Mississippi to Baton Rouge in April 1863

 

Brown, Dee Alexander: The Galvanized Yankees (Univ Nebraska Press, 1986); Disheartened by captivity and disillusioned by war, these Confederate Prisoners put on Union Blues and fought against Indians on the border, es­corting wagon trains and manning lonely outposts

 

Brown, Charles H.: Agents of Manifest Destiny. The Lives and Times of the Filibusters (Chapel Hill, 1980)

 

Brown, Francis: Raymond of the Times (New York, 1951)

 

Brown, J. Willard: The Signal Corps U.S.A. in the War of the Rebellion (U.S. Veteran Signal Corps Association: Boston, 1896)

 

Brown, John H.: Letter, Houston Weekly Telegraph, August 11, 1862 (zum Tod von Benjamin McCulloch)

 

Brown, Joseph E. (Governor of Georgia): The Mountain Campaigns in Georgia (Jim Fox Books: Reprint of 1887); Paperback issued and signed when Brown was President of Western and Atlantic Railroad and War-time Governor; describes marches, battles and campaigns of Union and Confederate forces; maps and engravings

 

Brown, Thomas: Politics and Statesmanship: Essays on the American Whig Party (Columbia University Press, 1985)

 

Brown, Thomas More: „The Image of the Beast: Anti-Papal Rhetoric in Colonial America,“ in: Curry, Richard O. and Thomas M. Brown: Conspiracy: Fear of Subversion in American history (New York: Rinehart and Winston 1972)

 

Brownlow, William G.: Sketches of the Rise, Progress and Decline of Secession with a Narrative of Personal Adventures Among the Rebels (Applegate & Co., 1862 oder Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1862)

 

Brownlow, William G. "Parson" (ed. Stephen Ash): Secessionist and other Scoundrels: Selection from Parson Brownlow's Book (LSU Press); Edited by Stephen Ash, 144 pp, Illustrated. Ash places excerpts in context and examines the life of this East Tennessee Methodist preacher and newspaper editor, who refused to renounce his Union loyalty, and who was arrested, jailed and ultimately ba­nished to the North.

 

Bruce, George Ansom: The Twentieth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1865 (1906)

 

Bruner, L. J.: „A Seven Day’s Ride in Rebeldom.“ In Sixth Annual Re-Union of the Fifth Indiana Cavalry Association, Held at No­blesville, Indiana, October 10th and 11th, 1888 (Portland, Ind.): Portland Commercial Job Office, 1889

 

Bryant, Edwin Eustace: History of the Third Regiment of Wisconsin Veteran Volunteer Infantry (Cleveland: A. H. Clark Co., 1891)

 

Levine, Bruce: "Conservatism, Nativism, and Slavery: Thomas R. Whitney and the Origins of the Know-Nothing Party." Journal of American History (2001): 455–88

 

Bryan, Charles Faulkner, Jr.: Robert Hatton of Tennessee (M.A. Thesis, University of Georgia, 1971)

 

Bryan, Charles F.: "The Civil,War in East Tennessee: A Social, Political, and Economical Study" (Ph.D. Diss., University of Tennessee, 1978)

 

Bryant, Thomas J.: Who is Responsible of the Army of the Tennessee Towards Corinth (N.p., 1885)

 

Buck, Irving A.: Cleburn and His Command (Erstveröffentlichung 1908; reprint Morningside: Dayton, Oh., 1985)

 

Buck, Paul H.: The Road To Reunion (Boston, 1937)

 

Buck, Samuel D. (Captain 13th Virginia Infantry): With the Old Confeds (Baltimore: H. E. Hough & Co., 1925)

 

Bull, William J. and John P.: Missouri Brothers in Gray (Camp Pope Bookshop, 1998; edited by Michael Banasik); 192 pp, Maps, Appendices, Index. These two brothers served in the 3rd Battery of Missouri Artillery with John later becoming an officer in MacDo­nald's Missouri Cavalry and later Newton's 5th Arkansas Cavalry. William's reminiscence, written in 1906, and now published here, along with letters of the two brothers provides first-hand accounts of the Civil War in the West.

 

Bulloch, James D.: The Secret Service of the Confederate States in Europe. 2 vols. (Liverpool, 1883)

 

Burgess, John W.: Reconstruction and the Constitution (New York, 1902)

 

Burlingame, Michael and Ettlinger, John R. Turner (ed.): Inside Lincoln's White House. The Complete Civil War Diary of John  Hay (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, Paperback Edition 1999)

 

Burnham, Walter Dean: Critical Elections and the Mainsprings of American Politics (New York: W. W. Norton, 1970) (Anm.: the Books is tending to equate voter realignment alone with the death of old party system [vgl. Holt: The political Crisis of the 1850s, a.a.O., S. 263)

 

Burnham, John H. (Captain, 33rd Illinois Infantry): "The Thirty-Third Regiment Illinois Infantry in the War between the States." Illinois State Historical Society Transactions 17 (1912) (Springfield 1914)

 

Burns, Edward M. Historical Sketch of the Organization and Service of the Fifteenth Regiment Indiana Volunteers and Third Annual Reunion (Valparaiso, IN: s.n.), 1889.

 

Burrage, Henry Sweetser: Gettysburg and Lincoln: The Battle, the Cemetery, and the National Park (New York and London: Putnam, 1906)

 

Burrows, John Lansing: The Christian Scholar and Soldier. Memoirs of Lewis Minor Coleman ... Lieut. Col First Regiment Virginia Artillery (Richmond: Smith, Bailey, 1864)

 

Busey, John W. And David G. Martin: Regimental Strengths and Losses at Gettysburg (Hightstown, N. J.: Longstreet House, 1982)

 

Butler, Jon: Awash in a Sea of Faith (1989)

 

Bussey, Cyrus (Col, 3rd Iowa Cavalry) : "The Pea Ridge Campaign Considered"; in: Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Commandery of the District of Columbia, Washington D. C., 1905

 

Butler, Pierce: Judah P. Benjamin (Philadelphia, 1907)

 

Butler, Thomas H. „The Stoneman Raid and Why It Was a Failure.“ In Report of the Reunion of the Fifth Indiana Cavalry, Held at Indianapolis, Ind, October 10th and 11th 1883. pp. 9-12. Indianapolis: Central Printing, [1884].

 

Butterfield, Daniel: "Reminiscenses of the Cavalry in the Army of (the) Potomac." Record Group 94, National Archives, Washing­ton

 

Butterfield, Daniel, Sickles, Daniel E., D. McM. Gregg, and John Newton: „Further Recollections of Gettysburg“. North American Review, Vol. 152, no. 412 (March 1891)

 

Butterfield, Dexter: A Brief History of the 'Abott Grays" (2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry) (Lowell, Massachusetts, 1911)

 

Butterfield, Julia Lorrilard (editor): A Biographical Memorial of General Daniel Butterfield, 1904

 

Byers, S. M. H. (Adjutant, 5th Iowa Infantry): Iowa in War Times (Des Moines, Iowa, 1888)

 

Byers, Samuel H. M. (Major, 5th Iowa): With Fire and Sword (Camp Pope Bookshop; Reprint of 1911 Neale title); 203 pp; Index

 

Byers, Samuel H. M.: "How Men Feel in Battle, Recollections of a Private at Champion Hill." Annals of Iowa, 3rd Series, vol. II

 

Byrne, Frank L. and Andrew T. Weaver: Haskell of Gettysburg: His Life and Civil War Papers (Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1970)

 

Byrne, Frank L., and Jean Powers (eds.): Your True Marcus: The Civil War Letters of a Jewish Colonel (Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 1985) (Anm.: Col. Marcus M. Spiegel, 67th Regiment Ohio Infantry)

 

 

 

 

 

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Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence: "The Third Brigade at Appomattox." The Attack and Defense of Little Round Top. New York 1913 (abgedruckt in: Chamberlain: Bayonet! Forward, a.a.O., S. 223-229)

 

Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence: "The Last Salute of the Army of Northern Virginia." Southern Historical Society Papers. Rich­mond, 1876-1919. Also, Boston Journal. May 1901 (abgedruckt in: Chamberlain: Bayonet! Forward, a.a.O., S. 230-238)

 

Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence: "Address to the Sixteenth Maine Volunteers." Maine at Gettysburg, Portland, 1898 (abgedruckt in: Chamberlain: Bayonet! Forward, a.a.O., S. 239-243)

 

Chamberlain, Josua Lawrence: „Adress of. Gen. Chamberlain at the Springfield City Hall,“ Springfield (Mass.), Republican 4.6.1897

 

Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence: "Oration of the Hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of Abraham Lincoln." War Papers. Read before the Commandery of the State of Maine, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Portland 1915. Also, Commandery of the State of Pennsylvania, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Philadelphia 1909 (abgedruckt in: Chamber­lain: Bayonet! Forward, a.a.O., S. 100-141) (abgedruckt in: Chamberlain: Bayonet! Forward, a.a.O., S. 244-261)

 

Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence: „Do It! That's How,“ Bowdoin, 64 (Spring-Summer 1991), p. 12. The article is an excerpt from Chamberlain's unfinished and previously unpublished autobiography located in the Chamberlain Collection, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine (vgl. LaFantasie: Josua Chamberlain and the American Dream; in: Boritt: The Gettysburg Nobody Knows, a.a.O., S. 226n2)

 

Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence: „General Chamberlain's Adress“; in: Hamlin, Charles et al. (eds.): Maine at Gettysburg: Report of the Commissioners (Portland, Me.: Lakeside Pres, 1898), 546-59

 

Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence: „Josua as a Military Commander,“ The Sunday School Times (Philadelphia), 1.12.1883

 

Chamberlaine, William W.: Memoirs of the Civil War (Washington / DC: Press of Byron S. Adams, 1912)

 

Chamberlayne, C. G. (ed.): Ham Chamberlayne, Virginian: Letters and Papers of an Artillery Officer in the War for Southern Inde­pendence (Richmond: Dietz Printing Co, 1932). Nevins calls this "An exceptionally revealing collection of papers by a young Virgi­nia aristocrat who served long and faithfully in a Richmond artillery battery.

 

Chamberlin, Thomas (LtCol 150th Pennsylvania Infantry, Bucktails Brigade): History of the 150th Regiment Pennsylvania Volun­teers, Bucktail Brigade (F. McManus, Jr. and Company: Philadelphia 1905); Revised and Enlarged edition with Complete Roster. Ne­vins says of this "A very readible narrative based on several diaries; the best section covers the 1864-1865 campaigns."

 

Chamberlin, William H. (Captain 81st Illinois): History of the Eighty-first Regiment Ohio Infantry Volunteers, During the War of the Rebellion (Cincinna­ti, 1865)

 

Chamberlin William H. (Captain 81st Illinois): The 81st Ohio at Shiloh (Shiloh National Military Park, Shiloh / Tennessee, 81st Ohio File) und (Cincinna­ti, 1865)

 

Chamberlin, William H. (Captain 81st Illinois): “Hood’s Second Sortie at Atlanta”; in: B & L, Vol. IV, 326-31

 

Chamberlin, William H.: “Recollections of the Battle of Atlanta”; in: The Atlanta Papers, comp. Sidney C. Kerksis, S. 451-63 (Day­ton: Press of the Morningside Bookshop, 1980)

 

Chamberlin, William H.: “The Skirmish Line in the Atlanta Campaign”; in: The Atlanta Papers, comp. Sidney C. Kerksis, S. 311-326 (Dayton: Press of the Morningside Bookshop, 1980)

 

Chambers, William N. and Walter Dean Burnham (eds.): The American Party Systems: Stages of Political Development (New York: Oxford University Press, 1967)

 

Chambers, William Pitt: "My Journal". Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society 5 (1925), S. 221-235

 

Chambers, William Pitt (First Sergeant bzw. Captain, 46th Mississippi Infantry): Blood and Sacrifice: The Civil War Journal of a Confederate Soldier (Huntington, WV: Blue Acorn, 1997); ed. Richard A. Baumgartner

 

Chambersburg Chambers of Commerce: "Southern Revenge. Civil War History of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania," (White Maine Publishing Comp. Inc: Shippensburg, 1989)

 

Chamlee, Jr., Roy Z.: Lincoln's Assassins (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland and Company, 1990)

 

Channing, Stephen A.: A Crisis of Fear: Secession in South Carolina (New York, 1970)

 

Chapin, L. N. (Lt, 34th NYSV): A Brief History of the Thirty-Fourth Regiment N.Y.S.V (Galpin CWRT 1998); Reprint of Scarce 1902 Original with new information; Photos; Rosters

 

Chapman, Sarah Bahnson (ed.): „Bright ans Gloomy Days“. The Civil War Correspondence of Captain Charles Frederic Bahnson, a Moravian Confederate (University of Tennessee Press / Knoxville 2003)

 

Chase, Salmon P. (Donald, David, ed.): Inside Lincoln's Cabinet. The Civil War Diaries of Salmon P. Chase (Longmans, Green & Co.: New York, 1970)

 

Chase, Salmon P.: „Diary and Correspondence of Salmon P. Chase,“ Annual Report of the American Historical Association, 1902. Washington Government Printing Office, 1903

 

Cheek, Philipp and Pointon, Mair: History of the Sauk County Riflemen known as Company 'A', Sixth Wisconsin Veteran Volunteer Infantry 1861-1865 (Gaithersburg, Md.: Butternut Press, 1984. Reprint of 1900 edition by Philip Cheek)

 

Cheney, Frank: Souvenir of Excursion to Antietam and Dedication of Monuments of the 8th, 11th, 14th, and 16th Regiments of Connecticut New London, Conn.: n.p., 1894)

 

Cheney, Newel (Captain; 9th Regiment New York Cavalry): History of the Ninth Regiment New York Volunteer Cavalry, War of 1861 to 1865 (Berrybook Press); Reprint of the 1901 Original; 423 pp plus Supplement on Trevilian Station; Illustrations; Complete Rosters

 

Chester, Henry Whipple (Captain, 2nd Ohio Volunteer Cavalry): Recollections of the War of the Rebellion: A Story of the 2nd Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, 1861-1865 (Wheaton History Center 1996)

 

Chester, Thomas Morris: Black Civil War Correspondent. His Dispatches from the Virginia Front; edited by R. J. M. Blackett (DaCapo Press)

 

Chestnut, Mary: A Diary from Dixie; ed. Isabella D. Martin and Myrta Lockett Avary (New York: Gramercy Books, 1905; reprint New York: Ramdom House, 1997); Bibliothek Ref MilAmerik49 Anm.: die 1905 veröffentlichte Tagebuch-Ausgabe ist unvollstän­dig; z.B. wird nicht berichtet von der Reise des Ehepaars Chestnut zur Secession Convention in Montgomery / Alabama ab 4.2.1861 und während der Zugfahrt stattgefundenen Diskussion über den geeigneten Kandidaten zur Präsidentschaft der künftigen CSA (vgl. Davis: A Government of Our Own, a.a.O., S. 49 ff)

 

Chetlain, Augustus (LtCol, 12th Illinois Infantry): Recollections of Seventy Years (Galena / Ill., 1899)

 

Chetlain, Augustus L.: „Recollections of U. S. Grant,“ in: Vol. I, Military Essays and Recollections, pp.22-23

 

Chipman, N. P.: The Tragedy of Andersonville: Trial of Captain Henry Wirz, the Prisonkeeper (San Francisco, 1911; 1st Edition); 511 pp; Names of Witnesses; Testimony; Photos; Index. The author was the Judge Advocate General for the Court that tried Captain Wirz.

 

Church, William Conant: Ulysses S. Grant and the Period of National Preservation and Reconstruction, New York 1897

 

Cist, Henry M.: The Army of the Cumberland (Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York 1882)

 

Clark, Champ et al. (eds.): Gettysburg: The Confederate High Tide (Alexandria, VA.: Time-Life Books, 1985)

 

Clark, Charles M. (Surgeon 39th Illinois Infantry): The History of the Thirty-Ninth Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865 (Chicago 1889, First Edition; Reprint Heritage Books)

 

Clark, Henry Scott: The Legionaries (Indianapolis, 1899)

 

Clark, Olythus B. (ed.): Downing's War Diary, by Sergeant Alexander Downing, Company E, Eleventh Iowa Infantry, Third Brigade "Crocker's Brigade", Sixth Division of the Seventeenth Corps, Army of the Tennessee (Des Moines, 1916)

 

Clark, Robert Jr.: “The New Orleans German Colony in the Civil War.” Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Vol. XX (October 1937), S. 990-1015

 

Clay-Clopton, Belle: Virginia. A Belle of the Fifties (New York 1970)

 

Chenery, William H.: The Fourteenth Regiment Rhode Island Heavy Artillery (Colored in the War to preserve the Union, 1861-1865) +++ergänzen+++

 

Chestnut, Mary: A Diary from Dixie; ed. Isabella D. Martin and Myrta Lockett Avary (New York: Gramercy Books, 1905; reprint New York: Random House, 1997)

 

Childs, Henry T.: „Archer's Brigade at Chancellorsville“; Confederate Veteran 28 (1920), P. 220-221

 

Cimprich, John: „Military Governor Johnson and Tennessee Blacks, 1862-65,“ Tennessee Historical Quarterly 39 (Winter 1980), pp. 459-470

 

Cisco, Walter Brian: States Rights Gist - A South Carolina General of the Civil War (White Mane Publishing, 1991)

 

Clarence, Thomas: General Turner Ashby (Winchester, VA: Eddy Press Corp., 1907)

 

Clark, Charles B. and Roger B. Bowen: University Recruits. Company C, 12th Iowa Infantry Regiment. USA, 1861-1865 (Elver­son, Pa., 1991)

 

Clark, Walter Histories of the Regiments and Battalions from in the Great War of 1861-65. 5 vols. State of North Carolina, 1901

 

Clarke, John (19th Indiana Infantry): "Capt. Clark's Report", Elkhart Review, 25.10.1862

 

Clarke, Norman E., Sr. (ed): Warfare Along the Mississippi: The Letters of Lieutenant Colonel George E. Currie (Mount Pleasant, Mich., 1961)

 

Cleaves, Freeman: Meade of Gettysburg (University of the Oklahoma Press: Norman, 1960)

 

Cleaves, Freeman: Rock of Chickamauga. The Life of General George H. Thomas (University of Oklahoma Press, Norman 1948)

 

Cleveland, Henry: Alex. H. Stephens in Public and Private (Philadelphia, 1866)

 

Cluett, William W. (Musician, 75th Illinois Infantry): History of the Fifty-Seventh Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry, from Muster in, Dec. 26, 1861, to Muster out, July 7, 1865 (Princeton / Illinois: T. P. Streeter, Printer, 1886)

 

Coates, Earl J. and Dean S. Thomas: An Introduction to Civil War Small Arms (Gettysburg: Thomas Publications, 1990)

 

Coates, Earl J. and Dean S. Thomas: Sharps Carbines & Rifles (Gettysburg: Thomas Publications, 1996)

 

Cobb, Josephine: „Alexander Gardner,“ in: Image: Journal of Photography VII (June 1958), p. 124-136

 

Cobb, Josephine: Mathew B. Brady's Photographic Gallery in Washington, reprinted from the Columbia Historical Society Records (n.p., 1955)

 

Cobb, T[homas] R. R.: Substance of an Adress of … to His Constituents of Clark County, April 6, 1861 (N. P., 1861)

 

Cobb, Thomas R. R.: „The Correspondence of Thomas Reet Roots Cobb, 1861-1862“; in: Publications of the Southern History Association, XI (May 1907)

 

Cockrell, Monroe (ed.): The Lost Account of the Battle of Corinth and Court Martial of General Van Dorn (Broadfoot Publishing, 1955). Cockrell found the ori­ginal manuscript in an old Corinth farmhouse (author has never been identified)

 

Coco, Gregory A.: Civil War Infantryman. In Camp, on the march, and in battle (Gettysburg 1996)

 

Coco, Gregory A.: Wasted Valor: The Confederate Dead at Gettysburg +++ergänzen+++

 

Coco, Gregory A.: A Strange and Blighted Land (Gettysburg: Thomas Publications, 1995) ( Details on burial of dead soldiers and horses, care of wounded, field hospitals, POWs, early relic hunting)

 

Coco, Gregory A.: A Concise Guide to the Artillery at Gettysburg (Gettysburg: Thomas Publications, 1998)

 

Coco, Gregory A.: A Vast Sea of Misery: A History and Guide to the Union and Confederate Field Hospitals at Gettysburg, July 1-November 20, 1863 (Gettysburg: Thomas Publications, 1988) (Details on Union and Confederate field hos­pitals - many located in local homes, barns and fields following the battle. Photos - Maps - Illustrations - Short stories of wounded soldiers being treated in each location - List of Physicians and Surgeons at Gettysburg)

 

Coco, Gregory A.: On the Bloodstained Field: 130 Human Interest Stories of the Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg (Gettysburg: Thomas Publications, 1987)

 

Coddington, Edwin B.: The Gettysburg Campaign. A Study in Command (New York: Touchstone Edition 1997 der Originalausgabe 1968)

 

Cody, Darwin (Quartermaster Sergeant; 1st Regiment Ohio Light Artillery): "Letters of Cody Darwin", Ohio History 68 (1959), S. 394-95

 

Coe, Hamlin Alexander: Mine Eyes have seen the Glory: Combat Diaries of Union Sergeant Hamlin Alexander Coe. (ed. David Coe; Cranbury, N. J.; Fairleigh Dickinson Press: Rutherford 1975)

 

Coffin, Howard: Nine Months to Gettysburg. Stannard's Vermonters and the Repulse of Pickett's Charge (The Countryman Press: Woodstock/ Vermont, 1997)

 

Coffin, James P.: "Col. Henry M. Ashby," Confederate Veteran XIV (1906), S. 121

 

Coggins, Jack: Arms and Equipment of the Civil War (Mineola, New York: 1962, 1990)

 

Coits, Margaret: John C. Calhoun: American Portrait +++ergänzen+++

 

Cole, Arthur C.: The Era of the Civil War 1848-1870 (= Volume 3 Centennial History of Illinois), 1919

 

Cole, Jacob H. (Co. A, 57th N.Y.): Under Five Commanders (News Printing Co. Patterson N.J., 1906)

 

Coleman, Chapman: The Life of John J. Crittenden +++bestellt+++

 

Coles, Robert T.: From Huntsville to Appomattox: R. T. Coles's History of 4th Regiment, Alabama Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A., Army of Northern Virginia, ed. by Jeffrey D. Stocker. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1996 [Original manuscript at Alabama De­partment of Archives and History, Montgomery, AL]

 

Colgrove, Silas: The Finding of Lee's Lost Order; B&L, a.a.O., Vol. II, S. 603

 

Collins, George K.: Memoirs of the 149th New York Volunteer Infantry (Syracuse: Published by the Author, 1891)

 

Colt, Margaretta Barton: Defend the Valley. A Shenandoah Family in the Civil War +++bestellt+++

 

Comte de Paris, Prince Louis Philipp Albert d'Orleans: The Battle of Gettysburg (Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, 1886)

 

Compton, James: "The Second Division of the 16th Army Corps in the Atlanta Campaign"; in: The Atlanta Papers, comp. Sydney C. Kerksis (Dayton: Morningside 1980), S. 241-44

 

Comstock, Cyrus B.: Memoir of John Newton (1823-1895), Read before the National Academy, November 13, 1901

 

Comstock, Cyrus: The Diary of Cyrus Comstock (Morningside, Dayton); Edited by Merlin Sumner (August 1995)

 

Conway, W. Fred: Corydon. The Forgotten Battle of the Civil War (New Albany, Indiana, 1991)

 

Confederate Military History (ed. Clement A. Evans), vol X: Louisiana and Arkansas +++ergänzen+++

 

Confederate Veteran, 40 vols. Nashville, 1893-1932

 

Conger, A. L.: The Rise of U. S. Grant (New York, 1931)

 

Conline, John (Pvt; Co. E, 4th Regiment Vermont Infantry): „Recollections of the Battle of Antietam and the Maryland Campaign.“ War Papers Read Before the Michigan Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Vol II. From December 7, 1893 to May 5, 1898 (James H. Stone Co., Printers: Detroit, 1898)

 

Connecticut Volunteers: Catalogue of Connecticut Volunteer Organizations, Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery (Hartford 1869); 936 pp; Complete Rosters of all units

 

Connelly, Thomas Lawrence: Army of the Heartland: The Army of the Tennessee 1861-1862 (Louisiana State University Press: Baton Rouge, 1967)

 

Connelly, Thomas Lawrence: Autumn of Glory: The Army of the Tennessee 1865-1865 (Louisiana State University Press: Baton Rouge, 1971)

 

Connelly, Thomas Lawrence, and Archer Jones: The Politics of Command: Factions and Ideas in Confederate Strategy. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1973

 

Conner, James: Letters of General James Conner, CSA; ed. Mary Conner Moffett (Columbia, S. C.: R. L. Bryan Company, 1950)

 

Connelly, Thomas L. (Pvt, 70th Illinois Infantry): History of the Seventieth Ohio Regiment .... (Cincinnati: Peak Bohrs, 1902)

 

Connolly, James A.: "Major James Austin Connolly's Letters to His Wife, 1862-1865," Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society for the Year 1928 (Philipps Brothers, 1928), pp. 217-438 (als PDF available).

 

Connor, Daniel M. (Sergeant; Co B&K, 1st Regiment Indiana Cavalry): "At Gettysburg: The Experiences and Sights of an Indiana Cavalryman." National Tribune, 27 July 1922

 

Conrad, Thomas Nelson Chaplain, Co. F&S, 3rd Regiment Virginia Cavalry): The Rebel Scout: A Thrilling History of Scouting Life In the Southern Army" (1904)

 

Conrad, Thomas Nelson: A Confederate Spy (New York: J. S. Ogilvie, 1892)

 

Contant, George W.: Path of Blood: The True Story of the 33rd New York Volunteers (Seeco Printing Service 1997)

 

Conyngham, David Power: Sherman's March through the South (New York: Sheldon & Co., 1865)

 

Conyngham, David Power (Captain): The Irish Brigade and its Campaigns (Cameron & Ferguson, Glasgow n.d. [1886 ? ]; reprint Olde Soldier Books)

 

Cook, J. H. (Pvt; Co. D, 6th Wisconsin Infantry): „A Tough One,“ Milwauckee Sunday Telegraph v. 4.3.1833

 

Cooke, Chauncey M. (Pvt; Co. G, 25th Wisconsin Infantry): A Badger Boy in Blue: The Letters of Chauncey M. Cooke (Wisconsin Magazine of History 4 [1934])

 

Cooke, Giles B.: Just Before and After Lee Surrendered to Grant ... , pi. 1922. Reprinted in two editions from The Houston (Texas) Cronicle, Oct. 8, 1922

 

Cooke, John Esten: Mohun; Or, the Last Days of Lee and His Paladins. Final Memoirs of a Staff Officer Serving in Virginia. From the Mss. Of Colonel Surry of Eagles Nest

 

Cooke, John Esten: Stonewall Jackson and the Old Stonewall Brigade, ed. by Richard Harwell (Charlottesville: University of Virgi­nia Press, 1954)

 

Cooke, John Esten: Wearing the Gray (New York: E. B. Treat & Co., 1867, reprint Indiana University Press 1959)

 

Cooke, John Esten: Life of Stonewall Jackson (New York, 1866)

 

Cooke, John Esten: Hilt to hilt: or, Days and nights on the banks of the Shenandoah in the autumn of 1864: from the mss. Of Col. Surry of Eagle's Nest (1866, reprint 2015)

 

Cooke, John Esten: A Life of Robert E. Lee (New York: D. Appleton, 1871

 

Cooksey, Paul Clark: „They Died as if on Dress Parade: The Annihilation of Iverson's Brigade at Gettysburg and the Battle of Oak Ridge,“ Gettysburg Magazine, 20 (1998), 89-112

 

Coolidge, Louis A.: Ulysses S. Grant, Boston and New York 1917

 

Cooling, Benjamin Franklin: Forts Henry and Donelson: The Key to the Confederate Heartland (1988)

 

Cooling, B. Franklin: „Alabamians at Fort Donelson,“ Conflict, June 20, 1974.

 

Cooling, B. Franklin (ed.): „A Virginian at Fort Donelson,“ Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Summer 1968

 

Cooling, B. Franklin: „Campaigns for Forts Henry and Donelson,“ Conflict, June 20, 1974

 

Cooling, B. Franklin: “Fort Donelson National Military Park,“ Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Sept. 1964

 

Cooling, B. Franklin: „Gee's Fifteenth Arkansas Infantry in the Forts Henry and Donelson Campaign,“ Arkansas Historical Quarterly, Winter 1964

 

Cooper, William J, Jr.: The South and the Politics of Slavery, 1828-1856 (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1978) (Kruman; Parties and Politics in South Carolina, a.a.O., S. 287: „... the regional ties of presidential candidates accounted for the different timing of party formation in the states … Cooper argues that the southern Whig party was formed in response to what some politicians perceived as Van Buren's affinity for the anti-slavery movement“)

 

Cope, Alexis: The Fifteenth Ohio Volunteers and Its Campaigns (Columbus: Press of the Edward T. Miller Co., 1916)

 

Copp, Elbridge J. 83rd New Hampshire Infantry9: Reminiscenses of the War of the Rebellion 1861-1865 (Telegraph Publishing, Nashua 1911). Cobb claimed to be the youngest commissioned officer in the Union army during the war. This Scarce reminiscence of the 3rd NH volunteers is nicely done with numerous maps, illustrations and photos of members of the Regiment

 

Coppee, Henry: Life and Services of General U. S. Grant, Chicago 1868

 

Cornish, Dudley Taylor: The Sable Arm: Black Troops in the Union Army, 1861-65 (1956, reprint Lawrence / Kansas, 1987)

 

Cornwell, David (8th Illinois and 9th Louisiana): The Cornwell Chronicles: Tales of an American Life on the Erie Canal, Building Chicago, in the Volunteer Civil War Western Army, on the Farm, in a Country Store Heritage Books); 301 pp; Maps; Index; Illustrati­ons. Edited by John Wearmouth. Cornwell enlisted in the 8th Illinois Volunteer Infantry and served 3 years in the 9th Louisiana In­fantry Regiment (African Descent) as First Lieutenant, recruiting and training black soldiers. Lots of genealogical details

 

Cortissoz, Royal: The Life of Whitelaw Reid (London: Thornton Butterworth Ltd., 1921)

 

Cotton, John W.: Yours til' Death: Civil War Letters of John W. Cotton; ed Lucille Griffith (University of Alabama Press, 1951)

 

Cottrell, Steve: Battle of Carthage: Markers on Civil War Road (Carthage 1993)

 

Cottrell, Steve: The Battle of Carthage and Carthage in the Civil War (Carthage 1990)

 

Couch, Darius N.: "Sumner's Right Grand Division" (Battle of Fredericksburg); in: B&L, s.s.O., 3: 79

 

Couch, Darius: „Chancellorsville Campaign“; in: B&L vol. 3, 154-171

 

Coughenour, Kavin: „Assessing the Generalship of George G. Meade During the Gettysburg Campaign.“ Gettysburg Magazine 28 (January 2003): 27-39

 

Coulter, E. Merton: William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Highlands (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1937)

 

Coulter, E. Merton: The South During Reconstruction 1865-1877 (Baton Rouge 1947)

 

Coulter, E. Merton: The Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky (Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1926)

 

Coulter, Merton E.: „Commercial Intercourse with the Confederacy in the Mississippi Valley, 1861-1865,“ Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Mar. 1919

 

Coulter, Merton E.: „Effects of Secession Upon the Commerce of the Mississippi Valley,“ Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Dec. 1916

 

Coulter, Merton E.: „Sherman and the South,“ North Carolina Historical Review, VIII, 41-54 (PDF-Version available)

 

Cowing, Cedric B.: The Great Awakening and the American Revolution (1971)

 

Cox, Jacob D.: Sherman's Battle for Atlanta (New York: DaCapo Press, 1994 - Reprint of 1882 original - New introduction by Brooks Simpson)

 

Cox, Jacob D.: "The March to the Sea", Franklin and Nashville 1882

 

Cox, Jacob D.: Military Reminiscenses (New York, 1900; 2 vols)

 

Cozzens, Peter: General John Pope. A Life for the Nation (University of Illinois, 2000)

 

Cozzens, Peter: The Darkest Days of the War: The Battles of Iuka and Corinth (Univ North Carolina, 1997)

 

Cozzens, Peter (ed.): Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: Volume 5. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2002

 

Crabb, Martha L.: All Afire to Fight: The untold Tale of the Civil War's Ninth Texas Cavalry (New York: Avon Books, Inc, 2000)

 

Craft, David: History of the One Hundred Forty-first Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers (Towanda, Pa.: Reporter-Journal Printing Company, 1885)

 

Cralle, Richard (Hrsg.): The Works of John C. Calhoun, 6 vols, New York, 1854-55

 

Cramer, Jesse Grant (ed.): Letters of Ulysses S. Grant to his Father and his Youngest Sister, New York 1912

 

Crane, James L.: "Grant as a Colonel," in: McClure's Magazine, Vol. VII, pp. 40-45

 

Crane, Philip M.: Onus with Honor: A Political History of Joseph A. Wright, 1809-1857 (Unpublished Ph. D. thesis in History, In­diana University, 1961)

 

Crater, Lewis: History of the Fiftieth Regiment Penna. Vols., 1861-65 (Coleman Printing House: Reading, 1884)

 

Craughwell, Thomas J.: Greatest Brigade. How the Irish Brigade Cleared the Way to Victory in the American Civil War (New York 2011)

 

Craven, Avery O.: Edmund Ruffin - Southener. A Study in Secession (D. Appleton and Company, 1932; reprint 1991)

 

Craven, Avery: The Coming of the Civil War (University of Chicago Press, Chicago/Illinois, 1942, 2. Auflage 1957)

 

Craven, Avery: „The Turner Theories and the south,“ in: Journal of southern history., Vol. V, 291-314

 

Craven, Avery Odelle: Soil Exhaustion as a Factor in the Agricultural History of Virginia and Maryland, 1606-1860 (Peter Smith Pub Inc, 1926). Recognized since its initial publication in 1926 as a watershed in American historiography, Avery Odelle Craven's study of soil depletion in Virginia and Maryland links elements of Frederick Jackson Turner's frontier thesis, causal aspects of the expansion of slavery, and the economics of staple-crop production into a unified view of southern history from the colonial era to the onset of the Civil War. In this volume Craven initiates a discussion that has changed the way historians view the relationship between historical events and the physical environment. Using Maryland and Virginia as a case study, Craven assesses the abusive relationship between southern planters and their most valuable and abundant resource-the land-to posit that soil depletion and other ruinous agricultural practices contributed greatly to the economic crisis faced by mid-nineteenth-century America. His study traces a series of poor social and economic choices that affected the land and the survival of those who occupied it. Craven's findings still resonate with students and scholars of frontier, social, economic, agricultural, and environmental history.

 

Crawford, J. Marshall: Mosby and his Men (New York: The Devin-Adair Company, 1867)

 

Crawford, Martin: William Howard Russel's Civil War. Private Diary and Letters, 1861-62 (Athens / Ga., 1992)

 

Crawford, Samuel Wylie: "The First Shot against the Flag"; in: Annals of the War, a.a.O., S. 319 ff

 

Crawford, Samuel Wylie: The Genesis of the Civil War, The Story of Sumter (New York, 1887)

 

Creighton, Margaret S.: The Colors of Courage: Gettysburg's Forgotten History: Immigrants, Women, and African Americans in the Civil War's Defining Battle +++ergänzen+++

 

Crenshaw, Ollinger: "The Knights of the Golden Circle," American Historical Review 47 (Oct., 1941): 47-50

 

Crenshaw, Ollinger: The Slave States in the Presidential Election of 1860 (Baltimore, 1945)

 

Crocker, James: "Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge," Southern Historical Society Papers, 1916, 124

 

Crocker, James F.: Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge and other War Adresses (Portsmouth, VA., n.p. 1915)

 

Crocker, James: "My Personal Experiences in Taking up Arms ...," Southern Historical Society Papers, XXXIII (1905), S. 120-130 (auszugsweise abgedruckt bei Rollins: Pickett's Charge, a.a.O., S. 3)

 

Crofts, Daniel W.: Reluctant Confederates: Upper South Unionists in the Secession Crisis (Chapel Hill, 1989)

 

Croffut, W. A., ed.: Fifty Years in Camp and Field: Diary of Major-General Ethan Allan Hitchcock, U.S.A. (New York: G. P. Put­nam’s Sons, 1909)

 

Croffut, W. A. and John M. Morris: The Military and Civil History of Connecticut During the Civil War of 1861-65 (New York: Le­dyard Bill, 1868)

 

Crooke, George (Lt/Adjutant 21st Iowa Infantry): The Twenty-first Iowa Infantry: A Narrative of its Experience in Active Service ... (Milwaukee, 1891)

 

Crooker, Lucien B. et al.: The Story of the Fifty-Fifth Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry (Clinton, Massachusetts, 1887; neu her­ausgegeben von Edwin V. Bearss, Huntingdon, West Virginia, 1993)

 

Crooks, Terence G.: Rochester's Forgotten Regiment: The 108th New York in the Civil War (Saratoga Springs, NY: New York States Military Museum, 2009)

 

Crotty, Daniel G. (Color Sergeant, 3rd Michigan Infantry): Four Years Campaigning in the Army of the Potomac (Belle Grove, 1995); Re­print of 1874 Original; 215 pp; Index; Photos; Crossy served in both the 3rd and 5th Michigan Infantry from Bull Run to Appo­mattox. Excellent first person accounts of Williamsburg, Seven Days, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness and other battles.

 

Crowe, Charles: The Age of Civil War and Reconstruction, 1830-1900. A Book of Interpretative Essays, Homewood / Illinois: The Dorsay Press, Revised Edition 1975

 

Crowninshield, Benjamin W. (Capt., 1st Massachusetts Cavalry): A History of the First Regiment of Massachusetts Cavalry Volunteers (Boston: Houghton-Mifflin & Company, 1891)

 

Crowninshield, Benjamin W. (Capt., 1st Massachusetts Cavalry): „Cavalry in Virginia during the War of the Rebellion,“ in: Papers of the Military Historical Society of Massachusetts (14 vols, 1895-1918); vol 13:11.

 

Cullum, George W.: Biographical Register of the Officers and Graduates of the United States Military Academy, 2 vols (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1891)

 

Culp, Edward C.: The 25th Ohio Veteran Vol. Infantry in the War for the Union (Topeka. Kans.: G. W. Crane and Co., 1885)

 

Culver, Joseph F. (Captain, 129th Illinois Infantry): "Your Affectionate Husband, J. F. Culver." Letters written during the Civil War; ed. Leslie W. Dunlap (Iowa City: Friends of the University of Iowa Libraries, 1978)

 

Cummer, Clyde L. (ed.): Yankee in Gray: The Civil War Memoirs of Henry E. Handerson, with a Selection of His Wartime Letters (Cleveland: Press of Western Reserve University, 1962)

 

Cumming, Kate: A Journal of Hospital Life in the Confederate Army of Tennessee from the Battle of Shiloh to the End of the War (Louisville, 1866)

 

Cummings, Charles M.: „Robert Hopkins Hatton: Reluctant Rebel,“ Tennessee Historical Quarterly 23 (1964): 169-181

 

Cunliffe, Marcus and Robin Winks: Pastmasters. Some Essays on American Historians (Harper & Row, Publisher: New York 1969)

 

Cunningham, H. H.: Doctors in Gray: The confederate Medical Service. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 158, Se­cond Edition 1960

 

Curry, Richard: "The Union as It Was: A Critique of Recent Interpretations of the Copperheads"; in: Civil War History 13 (1969), S. 25-39

 

Curry, Richard O. and Thomas M. Brown: Conspiracy: Fear of Subversion in American history (New York: Rinehart and Winston 1972)

 

Curtis, James C.: Andrew Jackson and the Search for Vindication (Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1976)

 

Curtis, Newton M. (Major General): From Bull Run to Chancellorsville: The Story of the 16th New York Infantry (Putnam's, NY 1906)

 

Curtis, Orson B. History of the Twenty-Fourth Michigan of the Iron Brigade, Known as the Detroit and Wayne County Regiment. Detroit: Winn and Hammond, 1891

 

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Curtrer, Thomas W.: Ben McCulloch and the Frontier Military Tradition (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1993)

 

Cushing, Wainwright: „Description of the Ensuing Charge.“ Vol. 3 of War Papers: Read Before the Commandery of the State of Maine, Military Order of the loyal Legions of the United States (Portland, ME: Knickerbocker Press, 1908)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Daly, Louise Haskell: Alexander Cheves Haskell: The Portrait of a Man (Broadfoot 1989; Reprint of 1934 Original)

 

Dameron, David: Benning‘s Brigade; A History and Roster of the Fifteenth Georgia, Vol. 1 (Heritage Books, 2003)

 

Dameron, David: Benning's Brigade: Volume 2, A History and Roster of the Second, Seventeenth, and Twentieth Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiments (Heritage Books, 2011)

 

Dana, Charles A.: Recollections of the Civil War (New York: Appleton and Co., 1898; Reprint 1996)

 

Dana, Charles A.: "Recollections of Men and Events of the Civil War"; in: McClure's Magazine Nr. 10 (Februar 1898) und 11 (Mai 1898)

 

Dalton, Peter: With Our Faces to the Foe: A History of the 4th Maine Infantry in the War of the Rebellion (Union Publishing 1998)

 

Daniel, Larry J.: Shiloh. The Battle that Changed the Civil War (Simon & Schuster: New York, 1997)

 

Daniel, Larry J und Riley, Gunter: Confederate Cannon Foundries (Union City / Tennessee, 1977)

 

Darby, George W. (8th PA Reserve Vols): The Civil War Memoirs of Sergeant George W. *Darby, 1861-1865 (Heritage Books); Edited by Rogan Moore; 185 pp; Index. Darby fought and was wounded at 2nd Manassas and imprisoned at Libby and Belle Isle. In­cludes appendices on 37th PA Vols, 191st PA Infantry and Private Goloden's wartime experiences

 

Darling, Jasper T. (Private, 61st Mass Vols): Cold Facts: The Pen of Col. Lee Writes the Indictment against the Sword of General Lee (Copy of Address given in Freeport, Illinois on May 30, 1910 at the GAR Encampment: Protesting about placement of a statue of Robert E. Lee being placed in the Capital)

 

Darrow, Caroline Baldwin: Recollection of the Twiggs Surrender; in Johnson / Buel, Battles and Leaders, Vol I From Sumter to Shi­loh, a.a.O., S. 33 f

 

Davenport, Alfred (5th New York): Camp and Field Life of the Fifth New York Infantry (Duryee Zouaves) (Olde Soldier Books - Reprint of 1879 Edition)

 

Davidson, Charles Andrew: "Major Charles A. Davidson: Letters of a Virginia Soldier." Edited by Charles W. Turner. Civil War Hist­ory 22 (1976), S. 16-40

 

Davidson, John and Julia: "A Wartime Story: The Davidson Letters, 1862-1865," ed. Jane Bonner Peacock, Atlanta Historical Bulle­tin 29 (1975)

 

Davidson, William Lott: "Reminiscenses of the Old Brigade - on the March - in the Tent - in the Field - as Witnesses by the Writers during the Rebellion," February 23, 1888 (this is a continuous series of articles in Overton [Texas] Sharp-Shooter from October 1887 to March 1889 - Davidson was a private [and sometimes sergeant] in Comp A, 5th Texas Mounted Volunteers. As editor of this short-lived newspaper, he was the primary author of these articles, although he collaborated with Capt. Charles C. Lynn und Lt. Philip Ful­crod, both Sibley Brigade veterans, in some issues; a invaluable source of information (Alberts: The Battle of Glorieta, a.a.O., S. 183 Anm. 29)

 

Davis, Archie K.: Boy Colonel of the Confederacy: The Life and Times of Henry King Burgwyn jr.; Univ. North Carolina +++ergänzen+++

 

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Davis, Jefferson: The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government (Appleton / N.Y. 1881; reprint DaCapo Press)

 

Davis, Oliver L.: Life of David Bell Birney: Major General United States Volunteers (Philadelphia: King and Baird Publishing, 1867)

 

Davis, Sidney Morris (6th U.S. Cavalry): Common Soldier, Uncommon War: Life as a Cavalryman in the Civil War (The SMD Group, 1994); Edited by John H. Davis Jr; 526 pp. A revealing look at the common cavalryman in the war.

 

Davis, Varina Howell: Jefferson Davis Ex-President Confederate States: A Memorial by his Wife (2 Volume Set - New York 1890)

 

Davis, William C.: Brother against Brother. The War Begins (Time-Life-Series: Alexandria/VA, 1983)

 

Davis, William C.: The Orphan Brigade. The Kentucky Confederates who couldn't not Go Home (Doubleday, 1980, 318 pp, 1st Edition)

 

Davis, William C. and Wiley, Bell Irvin: The Civil War Times Illustrated Photographic History of the Civil War. Under the Direction of the National Historical Society with a New Introduction by William C. Davis. Civil War Times lllustrated. Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, New York Neuauflage unter geändertem Titel 1998. Ursprünglich sechsbändige Reihe mit hunderten, z. T. selten veröffentlichten Photographien des Bürgerkrieges (Neuauflage der Bände 1-3 [The Coming of the War, The Guns of 1862, The Embattled Confederacy] in einem Band: New York: Black Dog and Leventhal Publishers, 1998)

 

Davis, William C. and Wiley, Bell Irvin: The Civil War Times Illustrated Photographic History of the Civil War. Under the Direction of the National Historical Society with a New Introduction by William C. Davis. Civil War Times lllustrated. Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, New York 1983/84. Signatur des U.S. Army Military History Institutes: E 468.7.C585 1994. Ursprünglich sechsbändige Reihe mit hunderten, z. T. selten veröffentlichten Photographien des Bürgerkrieges (Neuauflage der Bände 4-6 [Fighting for Time, The South Besieged, The End of an Era] in einem Band: New York: Black Dog and Leventhal Publishers, 1994)

 

Davis, William C.: "A Government of Our Own". The Making of the Confederacy (Baton Rouge and London: Louisiana State University Press, 1997)

 

Davis, William C.: Lincoln's Men. How President Lincoln became Father to an Army and a Nation (Taschenbuch­ausgabe 2000)

 

Davis, William C.: Battle of Bull Run. A History of the first major campaign of the Civil War +++ergänzen+++

 

Davis, William C.: The Confederate General. 6 vols. Harrisburg/PA: National Historical Society, 1991

 

Davis, William C.: Breckinridge: Statesman, Soldier, Symbol (Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1974)

 

Davis, William C.: Robert Barnwell Rhett: The Turbulent Life and Times of a Fire-Eater (University of South Carolina Press: 2001). William C. Davis's biography of Robert Barnwell Rhett provides a definitive picture of South Carolina's most prominent secessionist and arguably the best known in the nation during the two decades leading up to the Civil War. Dubbed the Father of Secession, Rhett attached himself to South Carolina statesman John C. Calhoun, but grew more zealous than his mentor on the secession issue. Rhett first raised the possibility of secession in 1826, well before Calhoun adopted the notion, and would ever after hold fast to his one great idea. In this examination of Rhett's personal and political endeavors, Davis draws upon many newly found sources to reveal the extremism that would make and mar Rhett's adult life. Davis traces the statesman's obsession with a separation from the union, which he initially associated with a protective tariff and internal improvements but by the 1840s had unabashedly connected with slavery. Davis details Rhett's seven terms in Congress, his short-lived stint as a United States Senator, and his leading role in the South's newly energized movement toward secession after the 1860 election. Davis reveals Rhett's ambition to be rewarded with the presidency of the Confederacy.

 

Davis, William C. (ed.): Diary of A Confederate Soldier: John S. Jackman of the Orphan Brigade (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1990); Edited with an Introduction by William C. Davis (Anm.: Jackman was Pvt, Co. B, 9th Kentucky Infantry [CS])

 

Davis, William C.: Breckinridge: Statesman, Soldier, Symbol [(Baton Rouge, La, 1974)

 

Davis, William C.: The Cause Lost: Myths and Realities of the Confederacy (Lawrence/Kansas: University Press of Kansas, 1996)

 

Dawes, Rufus R.: Service with the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers (Marietta/Ohio, 1890)

 

Dawes, Rufus R.: Skirmishes of the Rappahannock and Battle of Gainesville, T.C.H. Smith Manuscript, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus Ohio

 

Dawes, Rufus R. "On the Right At Antietam." In Service with the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers. Edited by Alan T. Nolan. Dayton: Morningside Press, 1984.

 

Day, D. L.: My Diary of Rambles with the 25th Mass Volunteer Infantry with Burnside's Coast Division, 18th Army Corps, and Army of the James (Milford, Mass 1884); 153 pp; Nevins calls this "A full and illuminating diary, with many insights and much phi­losophizing."

 

Day, William A. Day (Private, 49th North Carolina): A True History of Co. I, 49th Regiment, North Carolina Troops (Butternut and Blue; Reprint der Originalausgabe von 1893)

 

Deconde, Alexander: This Affair of Louisiana (Louisiana State University Press, Reprint 1979)

 

De Forest, John W. (Captain, 12th Connecticut Infantry): A Volunteer's Adventures: A Union Captain's Record of the Civil War (Yale University Press, 1946; reprinted Ar­chon Books, New York, 1970); ed. J. H. Croushore.

 

Delauter, Roger and Brandon Beck: Early's Valley Campaign: The Third Battle of Winchester (H. E. Howard, 1997)

 

Dempsey, Stuart R.: „The Florida Brigade at Gettysburg,“ Blue&Gray Magazine, Vol. XXVII, Issue No. 4, 2010 (Anm. es handelt sich um Perry's Brigade [Col David Lang], Anderson's Division, III. Corps, bestehend aus 2nd Florida, 5th Florida, 8th Florida [vgl. Gottfried: Brigades of Gettysburg, a.a.O., S.584])

 

Denison, Frederick: Sabres and Spurs: The First Regiment Rhode Island Cavalry in the Civil war (Central Falls, R. I., 1876)

 

Denison, Frederick: The Battle of Cedar Mountain (Providence, R. I., 1881)

 

Dent, Lynwood M., Jr.: „The Virginia Democratic Party, 1824-1847“ (Ph. D. dissertation, Louisiana State University, 1974)

 

Denton, Paul: The First Minnesota Sharpshooter Company in the Army oh the Potomac during the Civil War 1861-1865 +++ergänzen+++

 

DePeyster, John Watts: Personal and Military History of Phil Kearney (New York 1869; First Edition)

 

DePeyster, J. Watts: Andrew Atkinson Humphreys, of Pennsylvania, Brigadier General and Brevet Major General, USA, Major Ge­neral, United States Volunteers ... (Lancaster, Pa.: Lancaster Intelligencer Printer, 1886)

 

DePeyster, John Watts: Decisive Conflicts of the Late Civil War (New York: MacDonald Co., 1867)

 

de Roulhac Hamilton , J. G. (ed.): The Papers of Thomas Ruffin (Raleigh, North Carolina, 1920)

 

Desjardin, Thomas: Stand firm ye Boys from Maine. The 20th Maine at Gettysburg (Thomas Publications)

 

Desjardin, Thomas A.: Joshua L. Chamberlaine (Greystone), 95 pp; Maps; Color and Black & White Photos and Illustrations

 

De Trobriand, Philipp Regis: Four Years with the Army of the Potomac (Boston: Ticknor and Comp., 1889)

 

De Trobriand, Philipp Regis: The Battle of Gettysburg, New York Herald, v. 29.3.1864

 

Dew, Charles B.: Iron Maker to the Confederacy: Joseph R. Anderson and the Tredegar Iron Works. New Haven, 1966

 

Dewey, George Dewey: Autobiography (Scribner's, NY 1913) Details battles at New Orleans, Port Hudson, James River and Fort Fisher

 

Dexter, Seymour (Private): Journal and Letters of Civil War Service in Company "K" 23rd New York Volunteer Regiment of Elmira (McFarland Publishing). A student at the start of the war, Dexter joined Company K in Elmira and went on to become a lawyer after the war. An unusually keen view of the war, capturing the emotions of the men in the field and the camaraderie of Company K. Edi­ted by Carl Morrell, Historian of Elmira

 

Dickert, D. Augustus: History of Kershaw's Brigade (Originally published in 1899; Reprint Broadfoot); 730 pp; Complete Rosters with Supplement; with Complete Role of Companies, Biographical Sketches, Incidents, Anecdotes, etc. Nevins calls this „A full, thick account of a famous South Carolina brigade; the author gives personal descriptions of campaigns in both East and West“

 

Dickey, Luther S.: History of the Eighty-Fifth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1865 (Powers, NY 1915, 1st Editi­on). Nevins says of this "Dickey relied heavily on the Official Records and comrades' recollections; one fourth of the study concen­trates on the battle of Seven Pines." The 85th Pennsylvania saw service at Manassas, Williamsburg, Seven Pines, The Seven Days, Fair Oaks, Malvern Hill, Fort Wagner, Fort Sumpter, Petersburg, Richmond, Drewry's Bluff, and other battles in the East

 

Dickson, Capers (Cobb's Legion, Georgia Vols): John Ashton: A Story of The War between the States (Atlanta 1896, 1st Edition)

 

DiNardo, R. L. and Albert A. Nofi (ed.): James Longstreet - The Man, the Soldier, the Controversy (Combined Publishing: Conshohocken/PA, 1998)

 

Dixon, David: Hero of Beecher Island: The Life and Career of George A. Forsyth (8th Illinois Cavalry); (Univ Nebraska Press), 275 pp, Illustrations, Maps. The heroic and tragic life of an unusual Union officer who enlisted as a Private in the Chicago Dragoons, ser­ved as Aide de Camp to Sheridan, and went on to Brevet Brigadier General in 1868. Valuable insight into the settlement of the West following the war.

 

Dodge, Grenville M.: The battle of Atlanta and other Campaigns, Adresses, Etc. Council Bluffs, Iowa 1911

 

Dodge, Grenville M.: Personal Recollections of Abraham Lincoln, General Ulysses S. Grant and General William T. Sherman. Council Bluffs, Iowa: 1914

 

Dodge, Grenville M.: „Colonel William H. Kinsman.“ Annals of Iowa, 3rd ser., 5 (1902)

 

Dodge, Grenville M.: Fiftieth Anniversary: Fourth Iowa Veteran Infantry, Dodge’s Second Iowa Battery, Dodge’s Band. Council Bluff, Iowa 1911

 

Dodge, Sumner: The Waif of the War; or: The History of the Seventy-fifth Illinois Infantry, Embracing the entire Campaigns of the Army of the Cumberland (Chicago: Church and Goodman, 1866)

 

Dodge, Theodore A.: The Campaign of Chancellorsville +++ergänzen+++

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault: A Bird's Eye View of Our Civil War. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1897

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault: Addresses and reviews, by T. A. D. Boston: Henry S. Dunn 1900

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault: Army and other tales, by T. A. D. Boston: Henry S. Dunn, 1898

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault: The Campaign of Chancellorsville, Boston 1900

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault: Riders of many Land

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault:Forty Years of Hard and Happy Work

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault. "Left wounded on the field." Putnam's Magazine IV (1869) 317-26

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault. "Saaret og fanget, en episode af den nordamerikanske borgerkrig." Rundt paa jorden. (Copenhagen 1870) 111-33

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault. "The battle of Chancellorsville," by. Colonel Theodore A. Dodge. Southern historical society papers XIV (1886) 276-92

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault. "The Gettysburg Campaign." US XIII (1885) 1-21

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault. On Campaign with the Army of the Potomac: the Civil War Journal of Theodore Ayrault Dodge. New York: Cooper Square Press,2001. xviii, 340 p.

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault: "The Romances of Chancellorsville." Papers of the Military Historical Society of Massachusetts, III (1886), pp. 192-218

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault. "Tied up by the thumbs." The Galaxy 6:6 (1868) 790-797

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault. "Was either the better soldier?" Century Magazine XL (1890) 144-8

 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault. "Valor and skill in the Civil War." Century Magazine 42:4 (August, 1891) 634-636

 

Donald, David: „American Historians and the Causes of the Civil War,“ South Atlantic Quarterly, 54 (1960), 351-355

 

Donald, David: Charles Sumner and the Coming of the Civil War (New York, 1961)

 

Donald, David: Lincoln's Herndon (New York: Knopf, 1948)

 

Donald, David H. (ed.): Why the North Won the Civil War (Louisiana State University Press: Baton Rouge, 1960)

 

Donaldson, Francis A. Donaldson (Capt, 71st Penna): Inside the Army of the Potomac: The Civil War Experience of Captain Fran­cis Adams Donaldson (Stackpole 1998); 1st Edition; Photos; Maps; Biblio; Notes; Index (Donaldson was a member of the Philadel­phia Brigade, also known as the 1st California Regiment. After being wounded at Fair Oaks and returning to duty, he went on to ser­ve in the Corn Exchange Regiment [118th Penna]), edited by Gregory J. Acken

 

Dority, Orin G.: „The Civil War Diary of Orin G. Dority.“ Northwestern Ohio Quarterly 37:1 (Winter 1964-65), pp. 7-26

 

Dornblaser, Thomas F. (Sergeant, 7th PA Cavalry): Sabre Strokes of the Pennsylvania Dragoons in the War of 1861-1865 (Philadel­phia: Lutheran Publication Society, 1884; 1st Edition); 264pp, Folding Map. Nevins says of this "Contrary to its flamboyant title, this narrative of cavalry operations in the Deep South is a factual, reliable account by an obviously fair-minded soldier."

 

Dorsey, Florence: Road to the Sea: The Story of James B. Eads and the Mississippi River (New York, 1947)

 

Doster, William E. (BrigGen): Lincoln and Episodes of the Civil War (G. P. Putnam's: New York, 1915) (PDF-Version available)

 

Downey, Fairfax: Clash of Cavalry. The Battle of Brandy Station, June 9, 1863 (New York 1959, reprint Butternut Press, Gaithersburg/MD 1985)

 

Doubleday, Abner: Chancellorsville and Gettysburg (Erstausgabe New York 1882, Reprint Da Capo Press: New York 1994)

 

Doubleday, Abner: Bericht über die Vorbereitungen zur Verteidigung von Fort Sumter (Captain Doubleday war einer der Offiziere von Major Robert Anderson in Fort Sumter); abgedruckt ohne Quellenangabe in Eisenschiml / Newman: American Iliad, a.a.O.,

S. 3-7

 

Doubleday, Abner: From Moultrie to Sumter; in: Battles & Leaders, Vol. 1, S. 40-49

 

Doubleday, Abner: Gettysburg Made Plain (Olde Soldier: Reprint of 1888 original)

 

Doubleday, Abner: „Meade at Gettysburg,“New York Times 1.4.1883 (reprinted in Meade: Life and Letters, 2: 396-99)

 

Dougan, Michael: Confederate Arkansas (University of Alabama Press, 1976)

 

Douglas, Henry Kyd: I rode with Stonewall. The War Experiences of the Youngest Member of Jackson's Staff (University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, 1940, 1968)

 

Douglas, James P.: Douglas' Texas Battery, CSA; ed. Lucia Rutherford Douglas (Tyler / Texas: Smith County Historical Society, 1966)

 

Dowdey, Clifford: Death of a Nation. The Story of Lee and his Men at Gettysburg (Wilton 1992)

 

Dowdey, Clifford: The Seven Days. The Emergence of Lee (Little, Brown: Boston 1964, Neuauflage 1993)

 

Downey, James W.: A Lethal Tour of Duty: A History of the 142nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, 1862-1865 (M. A. Thesis, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1995)

 

Doyle, Julie, John D. Smith and Richard McMurry (ed.): This Wilderness of War: The Civil War Letters of George W. Squier, Hoosier Volunteer (Univ Tennessee Press, 216 pp, Illustrated, Edited by Julie Doyle, John D. Smith and Richard McMurry). Squier (Captain, 44th Indiana Infantry) fought with the 44th Indiana at Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Stones River and Chickamauga; unusual battlefield details such as robbing dead soldiers.

 

Drake, Edwin L. (Lt Col, CSA): The Annals of the Army of Tennessee (Jim Fox Books; Reprint of 1878 original); 531 pp, Mapped Endpapers, Campaigns, diary excerpts, and stories of the Army of Tennessee and its units arranged chronologically by month. Great source of information with tables of engagements, casualties and other Confederate units engaged

 

Drake, James Madison (Lt., 9th New Jersey Infantry): The History of the Ninth New Jersey Veteran Volunteers. A Record of its Service from September 13, 1861 to July 12, 1865 (Elizabeth: Journal Printing House, 1889)

 

Drake, James Vaulx: Life of General Robert Hatton, Including his most important Speeches: Together with much of his Washington and Army Correspondence (reprint Forgotten Books 2016)

 

Draper, John W.: History of the American Civil War, 3 vols (New York, 1867-1870). In some re aspects, Draper's views were notably moderate. His History explained the war ultimately in terms of climate, a natural force which was responsible for all differences between Northerners and Southeners, and it was characterized by the absence of personal bitterness against individual Southeners ( vgl. Pressly: Americans Interpret Their Civil War, a.a.O., S. 35).

 

Driggs, George W. (Pvt, 8th Wisconsin Infantry): Opening of the Mississippi, or Two Years' Campaigning in the Southwest (Madison, Wisconsin: 1864)

 

Driver, Robert J.: Fifty-second Virginia Infantry (Lynchburg/VA.: H. E. Howard Inc, 1986)

 

Driver, Robert J.: The Staunton Artillery, McClanahan‘s Battery (H. E. Howard: 1st Edition 1988)

 

Dubay, Robert W.: "John W. Pettus: Mississippi Fire-Eater: His Life and Times, 1813-1867." (Jackson / Mississippi, 1975)

 

Dubose, John Witherspoon: "General Joseph Wheeler and the Army of Tennessee" (Neale, New York 1912)

 

Dudley, William D.: The Iron Brigade at Gettysburg: Official Report of the Part Borne by the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 1st Army Corps, Army of the Potomac, In Action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 1st, 2d, and 3d, 1863; Cincinnati: Privately printed, 1879

 

Dues, Michael T.: "Governor Beriah Magoffin of Kentucky". Filson Club History Quarterly, Januar 1966

 

Duganne, A. J. H.: The Fighting Quakers: A True Story of the War of our Union (Schroeder Publications, 120 pp, Photos, Reprint of 1866 Original). The story of two brothers and as cousin who were killed in the war - Lt Edward Katcham (120th NY Vols) and Lt John Ketcham and Capt Nehemiah Mann (4th NY Cavalry)

 

Duke, Basil W.: The Civil War Reminiscenses of General Basil W. Duke, C.S.A. (Originalausgabe Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday, Page 1911; reprint Paperback Edition: First Cooper Square Press, 2001) (PDF Version available)

 

Duke, Basil: Morgan's Indiana and Ohio Raid; in: Annals of the War, a.a.O., S. 241-256

 

Duke, James W. "Mississippians at Gettysburg." Confederate Veteran 14 (1906): 216

 

Duke, John K.: History of the Fifty-Third Ohio Volunteer Infantry. During the War of the Rebellion (Portsmouth, 1900)

 

Dumond, Dwight Lowell: The Secession Movement, 1860-1861 (New York, 1931)

 

Dumond, Dwight Lowell: Antislavey Origins of the Civil War in the United States (Ann Arbor, 1939)

 

Dumond, Dwight Lowell: Southern Editorials on Secession (New York, 1931)

 

Dunaway, Wayland F. Dunaway (Captain, 40th Virginia): Reminiscenses of a Rebel (New York: Neale, 1913)

 

Dunbar, Aaron: History of the Ninety-Third Regiment Illinois Infantry, 5.10.1898, revised and edited by Harvey M. Trimble+++ergänzen+++

 

Dunbar, Rowland (comp.): Jefferson Davis Constitutionalist: His Letters, Papers and Speeches, 10 vols. (Jackson, Miss., 1923)

 

Duncan, Thomas D.: Recollections of Thomas D. Duncan: A Confederate Soldier (Nashville, 1922)

 

Dunham, Charles Laforest (Pvt129th Illinois Infantry): Through the South with a Union Soldier, ed. Arthur H. DeRosier (Johnson City: Publications of the East Tennessee State University Research Advisory Committee, 1969)

 

Dunkelman, Mark H. And Michael J. Winey: The Hardtack Regiment: An Illustrated History of the 154th Regiment, New York State Infantry Volunteers (Teaneck, N. J.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1981)

 

Dunkelman, Mark H. And Michael J. Winey: „The Hardtack Regiment in the Brickyard Fight.“ Gettysburg Magazine (January 1993), issue 8, 19-30

 

Dunkelman, Mark H.: „Hardtack and Sauerkraut Stew: Ethnic Tensions in the 154th New York Volunteers, Eleventh Corps, during the War.“ Yearbook of German-American Studies 36 (2001): 69-90

 

Dunn, Roy S.: "The KGC in Texas, 1860-1861." Southwestern Historical Quarterly 70 (Apr., 1967): 543-573

 

Dunning, William A.: Reconstruction, Political and Economic 1865-1877 (New York 1907)

 

Durkin, Joseph T.: Stephen R. Mallory, Confederate Navy Chief (Chapel Hill, 1954)

 

Dwight, Theodore F. (ed.): Critical Sketches of some of The Federal and Confederate Commanders (Military Historical Society of Massachusetts by Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1895) (PDF-Version available)

 

Dyer, Elisha: Adjutant General Report of Rhode Island 1861-1865 (Providence, RI: Providence Press Company, 1893

 

Dyer, Frederic H.: A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, vols. 1-3 (Des Moines, Indiana: Dyer Printing Co., 1908)

 

 

 

 

 

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Eads, James B.: "Recollections of Foote and the Gun-Boats," in Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, ed. Robert V. Johnson and Clarence C. Buel (New York, 1884-87), Vol. I, p. 338ff.

 

Early, Gary: The Second United States Sharpshooters in the civil War (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc. 2009)

 

Early, Jubal A.: War Memoirs (ed. Frank E. Vandiver: Indiana State University Press, 1960)

 

Early, Jubal A.: A Memoir of the Last Year of the War of Independence in the Confederate States of America: containing an account of the operations of his commands in the years 1864 and 1865 (originally published: Toronto: Lovell & Gibson, 1866; republished: University of South Carolina Press, 2001)

 

Early, J. A.: Report of 1st Manassas; unpublished Manuscript (1867-68); auch abgedruckt bei: McClellan: I rode with Jeb Stuart, a.a.O., S. 35-36

 

Early, Jubal A.: Jubal Early's Memoirs: Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of the War Between the States (J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1912)

 

Early, Jubal A.: „Reply To General Longstreet“; in: Southern Historical Society Papers, 4, p. 285-286 (betrifft die Meinungsver­schiedenheiten zum Angriff am 2.7.1863 bei Gettysburg: links aus Culp's Hill oder right Flank toward Round Tops bzw. Wheat Field [vgl. hierzu: Hessler: Sickles at Gettysburg, a.a.O., S- 121:0“ But Richard Ewell and his division commanders, especially Jubal Early, convinced Lee, that the terrain in their front did not favour such an assault“ against Culp's Hill]).

 

Eby, Cecil D. (ed..): A Virginia Yankee in the Civil War: The Diaries of David Hunter Strother (Chapel Hill: University of North Ca­rolina Press, 1961)

 

Eby, Cecil D., Jr.: "Memoir of a West Pointer in Florida, 1825." Florida Historical Quarterly, XLI (1962-63), S. 154-164

 

Eby, Cecil D., Jr.: "Memoir of a West Pointer in Saint Augustine, 1824-1826." Florida Historical Quarterly, XLII (1863-64), S. 307-320

 

Eby, Cecil D., Jr.: "Recollections of Fort Monroe, 1826-1828: From the autobiography of Lieutenant Alfred Beckley." Virginia Ma­gazine of History and Biography, LXXII (1964), S. 479-89

 

Eckert, Edward K. und Nicholas J. Amato (eds.): Ten Years in the Saddle: The Memoir of William Woods Averell (San Rafael, Calif., 1978)

 

Eckert, Ralph: John Brown Gordon: Soldier, Southerner, American (LSU Press)

 

Edgar, Thomas H.: "Col. Charles D. Anderson." Confederate Veteran, X (1902), S. 31

 

Edward, Everett E.: „ A Bibliography of the Writings of Professor Ulrich Bonnell Philipps,“ Agricultural History, VIII (October 1934), pp. 196-218 (an excellent bibliography [vgl. Pressly: Americans Interpret their Civil War, a.a.O., S. 238n13])

 

Egan, Michael (15th West Virginia Infantry): The Flying Gray-Haired Yank (Gauley Mount Press, Leesburg - 1992 Reprint of 1888 title).

 

Eggleston, George Cary: A Rebel's Recollections (1st Edition Hurd and Houghton, New York 1875; 2nd ed. New York, 1887; reprint)

 

Eicher, David J.: The Longest Night. A Military History of the Civil War (New York, 2001)

 

Eicher, David J.: The Civil War in Books: An Analytical Biography (University of Illinois Press, 1996)

 

Eicher, John H., and Eicher, David J.: Civil War High Commands (Stanford University Press, 2001)

 

Eisendrath, Joseph L., Jr.: “Chicago’s Camp Douglas,” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, LIII, Nr. 1 (Spring 1960), S. 41-44

 

Eisenschiml, Otto: The Hidden Face of the Civil War (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Comp., 1961)

 

Eisenschiml, Otto: The Celebrated Case of Fitz John Porter. An American Dreyfus Affair (Bobbs-Merril Company: Indianapolis and New York, 1950)

 

Eisenschiml, Otto: Eyewitness. The Civil War as we Lived It +++ergänzen+++

 

Eisenschiml, Otto: Why Was Lincoln Murdered ? (New York: Halcyon House, 1937): Eisenschiml stellte gegen bis dahin verbreite­te Version von der Tat eines Einzelgängers und der "sauberen, ritterlichen Kriegsführung des Südens" die These einer Verschwörung unter Beteiligung des US-Kriegsministers Stanton und Industrieller aus dem Norden (vgl. zur Kritik an Eisenschiml's Vorgehenswei­se: William Hanchett: "The Historian as Gamesman: Otto Eisenschiml, 1880-1863," in: Civil War History 36 [März 1990], S. 5-16

- Hanchett, William: The Lincoln Murder Conspiracies (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1983): Hanchett, stellt wie auch Turner, aufgrund neuerer Forschungen dar, daß die Ermordung Lincoln's das Ergebnis einer CS-Operation zur Geiselnahme Lincoln's war.

 

Eisenschiml, Otto and Ralph Newman: The American Iliad. The Epic Story of the Civil War as narrated by Eyewitnesses and Contemporaries (Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis and New York, 1947)

 

Eisenschiml, Otto: "The 55th Illinois at Shiloh." Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. LXI (1963), S. 193-211

 

Eldredge, D. (Captain 3rd NH): The Third New Hampshire And All About It (Boston 1893)

 

Elliott, Isaac H. (Col. 33rd Illinois Infantry) and Virgil G. Way: History of the Thirty-Third Regiment Illinois Veteran Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War. Gib­son City, Ill., 1902

 

Ellis, Daniel: Thrilling Adventures of Daniel Ellis. New York: Harper, 1867

 

Elmore, Thomas L.  "Courage Against the Trenches: The Attack and Repulse of Steuart's Brigade on Culp's Hill."  Gettysburg Magazine, No. 7 (July 1992) : 83-97.

 

Emerson, John W. (Colonel): "Grant's Life in the West," Midland Monthly - Journal of the Military Service Institution of The Uni­ted States, Januar 1898, p. 50 ff.

 

Emory, Frederic: "The Baltimore Riots," in: Annals of the War, a.a.O., S. 775 ff.

 

Encyclopedia of the Civil War (Ausgabe New York: Portland House ohne Datum, der Originalausgabe von 1997)

 

Engle, Stephen D.: „Yankee Dutchmen“. Germans, the Union, and the Construction of a Wartime Identity; in: Ural, Susan­nah J. (ed.): Civil War Citizens: Race, Ethnicity, and Identity in America's Bloodiest Contest (New York University Press, N.Y., 2010)

 

Ettinger, Amos A.: „An Allentonian in Florida During the Civil War: the Diary and Letters of Alfred C. Pretz, 1861-1865.“ Procee­dings of the Lehigh Country Historical Society 12 (December 1939): 50-80

 

Evans, Clement A.: Confederate Military History, 12 vols. (Atlanta: Confederate Publishing Co., 1899, reprinted in 1975 in Dayton, Ohio, by Morningside Bookshop)

 

Evans, David: Sherman's Horsemen. Union Cavalry Operations in the Atlanta Campaign, 1996

 

Everett, Donald E.: Ben Butler and the Louisiana Native Guards, 1861-1862; in: Journal of Southern History, XXIV (May 1958), S. 202-17

 

Evitts, William J.: A Matter of Allegiances; Maryland from 1850 to 1861 (John Hopkins University Press, 1974)

 

 

 

 

 

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Farley, Porter: "Bloody Round Top." National Tribune, 3 May 1883

 

Farley, Porter: "Letter to Editor, 10 March 1899." Army and Navy Journal, 22 April 1899

 

Farwell, Byron: Ball's Bluff - A small Battle and Its Long Shadow ( McLean / VA: EPM Publications, 1990)

 

Fastnacht, C. H. and E. K. Martin: Historical Sketch and Oration Delivered at Dedication of 99th Pennsylvania Monument (Lancaster/PA: Examiner Steam Book and Job Print, 1886)

 

Faulkner, William A. (ed.): "With Sibley in New Mexico: The Journal of William Henry Smith," West Texas Historical Association Yearbook 27 (Oktober, 1951), S. 111-142 (Smith diente als Private in Co. I, 5th Texas Mounted Volunteers)

 

Fehrenbacher, Don E.: The Dred Scott Case. Its Significance in American Law and Politics (New York, 1978)

 

Fehrenbacher, Don E: Lincoln in Text and Context: Collected Essays +++bestellt+++

 

Feldberg, Michael: The Philadelphia Riots of 1844: A Study in Ethnic Conflict (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1975)

 

Felton, Silas: The Iron Brigade Battery. An Irregular Regular Battery; in Nolan/Vipond, Giants in their Black Hats, a.a.O., S. 142 ff.

 

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Fishel, Edwin C.: The Secret War for the Union. The Untold Story of Military Intelligence in the Civil War (Houghton Mifflin, Boston 1996)

 

Fishel, Edwin C.: "The Mythology of Civil War Intelligence," in: Hubbell, John T. (ed.): Battles Lost and Won: Essays from Civil War History (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1975), S. 83-106

 

Fischer, David Hackett: The Revolution of American Conservatism: The Federalist Party in the Era of Jeffersonian Democracy (1965)

 

Fisher, Noel C.: War at every Door: Partisan Politics & Guerilla Violence in East Tennessee 1860-1869 (The University of North Carolina Press, 1997)

 

Fisk, Wilbur (2nd Vermont Infantry): Hard Marching every Day: The Civil War Letters of Privat Wilbur Fisk (Univ Kansas Press, 1983, 1992) - 384pp - Photos – Maps

 

Fiske, John: The War in the West: The Mississippi Valley in the Civil War. Part I (Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1900, reprint 1994)+

 

Fiske, John: The War in the West: The Mississippi Valley in the Civil War. Part I (Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1900, reprint 1994)

 

Fiske, Samuel (US-Lt): Mr. Dunn Browne's Experiences in the Army (Boston: Nichols & Noyes, 1866). Fiske, Clergyman aus Massachusetts, veröffentlichte Berichte über seine Erlebnisse im "Springfield Republican" unter dem Pseudonym "Dunn Browne" (vgl. Sears: Landscape Turned Red, a.a.O., S. 109).

 

Fitch, John, ed.: Annals of the Army of Cumberland (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott and Company, 6th Edition 1864)

 

Fitzpatrick, Marion H.: Letters to Amanda from Sergeant Major Marion Hill Fitzpatrick, 1862-1865; ed. Henry Mansel Hammock (Culloden, GA., 1976)

 

Fleharty, Stephen F. (102nd Illinois): "Jottings from Dixie": The Civil War Diary of Sergeant Major Stephen F. Fleharty, USA (LSU Press). Edited by Philip Reyburn and Terry Wilson. Fleharty's letters were written in two Rock Island Illinois newspapers and were written for the general public and friends and relatives of the men of the 102nd Illinois with whom he served.

 

Fleharty, Stephen F.: Our Regiment: A History of the 102nd Illinois Infantry Volunteers with Sketches of the Atlanta Campaign, the Georgia Raid, and Campaign of the Carolinas (Chicago: Brewster and Hanscom, Printers, 1865)

 

Fleming, Walter J.: "The Buford Expedition to Kansas," Am. Hist. Rev. VI, 38-48 (Oct., 1900)

 

Fleming, Walter L.: The Sequel of Appomattox (New Hafen 1919)

 

Fleming, Walter Lynwood: General W. T. Sherman as a College President (Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark Company, 1912) (reprint from the „South Atlantic Quarterly, January 1912 (24 p.) (PDF-Version available)

 

Fletcher, Samuel H.: The History of Company A, Second Illinois Cavalry (N.p., 1912)

 

Fletcher, William Andrew: Rebel Private Front and Rear (Beaumont / Texas: Texas Press of the Greer Print, 1908).

 

Folk, Edgar E. und Bynum Shaw: W. W. Holden: A Political Biography (Winston-Salem / North Carolina: John F. Blair, Publisher, 1982)

 

Foner, Eric: Free Soil, Free Labor, Free Men: The Ideology of the Republican Party before the Civil War (Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 1995)

 

Foner, Eric: Reconstruction. America's Unfinished Revolution 1863-1877 (New York: Harper & Row 1988)

 

Foner, Erik: "The Wilmot Proviso Revisited; in: Journal of American History, 56 (1969), S. 262-79

 

Foner, Eric: „The Causes of the American : Recent Interpretations and New Directions,“ Civil War History, 20 (1974(), 197-214

 

Foner, Philipp S. (ed.): The Life and Writings of Frederick Douglass (New York 1950-1955)

 

Foner, Philipp S.: Business & Slavery: The New York Merchants & the Irrepressible Conflict (Chapel Hill, 1941)

 

Fontaine, E: „Hon. Williamson S. Oldham,“ DeBow's Review, ser. 2, vol. VII (October 1869), p. 873

 

Foote, Shelby: The American Civil War. A Narrative. Vol I.: Fort Sumter to Perryville (Neuauflage 1986 der Originalausgabe 1958)

 

Foote, Shelby: The American Civil War. A Narrative. Vol II.: Fredericksburg to Meridian (Neuauflage 1986 der Originalausgabe 1963)

 

Foote, Shelby: The American Civil War. A Narrative. Vol III.: Red River to Appomattox (Neuauflage 1986 der Originalausgabe 1974)

 

Forbes, S.A.: Grierson's Cavalry Raid (Captain Co. B, 7th Illinois Cavalry), Adress before the Illinois Historical Society, Springfield/Ill., 24.1.1907

 

Force, Manning F.: From Fort Henry to Corinth (New York: Charles Sribner's Sons, 1882).

 

Force, Manning F. (BrigGen): "Marching Across Carolina" (Ohio MOLLUS Sketches of War History Volume One; Reprint Cincin­nati: Robert Clarke and Co. Broadfoot Publishing Co. NC. 1991)

 

Force, Manning F. (BrigGen): "Personal Recollections of Vicksburg Campaign" (Ohio MOLLUS Sketches of War History Volume One; Reprint Cincinnati: Robert Clarke and Co. Broadfoot Publishing Co. NC. 1991)

 

Ford, Henry S. (ed.): Memoirs of a Volunteer (New York, 1946)

 

Ford, Worthington Chauncey (ed.): A Cycle of Adams Letters, 1861-65, several vols

 

Fordney, Ben F.: Stoneman at Chancellorsville. The Coming Age of Union Cavalry (White Mane Books: Shippensburg, 1998)

 

Foster, John W. (Major, 25th Indiana Infantry): War Stories For My Grandchildren (Washington / DC, 1918)

 

Fortin, Maurice S., ed.: “Colonel Hilary A. Herbert’s ‘History of the 8th Alabama Volunteer Regiment, CSA’” (Alabama Historical Quarterly 39 [1977], S. 5-321

 

Fox, William: Regimental Losses in The American Civil War (Albany / NY: Randow Printing Co., 1888, reprint Dayton / Ohio, Morningside Book Shop)

 

Fox, William F. (ed.): New York at Gettysburg. 3 vols, Albany: J. B. Lyon, 1902

 

Franke, Brandon: Waul's Texas Legion: Towards Vicksburg; in: East Texas Journal, Volume 53, Issue 1, 10.3.2015

 

Franklin, John Hope (ed.): The Diary of James T. Ayers: Civil War Recruiter (Illinois State Historical Society, Springfield / Illinois, 1947)

 

Frassanito, William A.: Early Photography at Gettysburg (Gettysburg: Thomas Publications, 1995)

 

Frassanito, William A.: Gettysburg. A Journey in Time (Scribner's Sons: New York 1975)

 

Frassanito, William A.: Antietam. The Photographic Legacy of America's Bloodiest Day (Scribner's Sons: New York 1978)

 

Frazer, Robert W.: Forts of the West: Military Forts ... West of the Mississippi River to 1898, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1965

 

Freehling, Alison Goodyear: Drift toward Dissolution: The Virginia Slavery of 1831-1832 (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1982)

 

Freehling, William W.: Prelude to Civil War. The Nullification Controversy in South Carolina 1816-1836 (New York, Harper Torchbooks, 1965)

 

Freehling, William W.: The Road to Disunion, Vol. 1: Secessionists at Bay, 1776-1854 +++ergänzen+++

 

Freeman, Douglas: R. E. Lee. A Biography (4 vols. Charles Scribner's Son, 1934, reprinted Simon Publications, 2001)

 

Freeman, Douglas Southall: Lee (abridged Version des 4bändigen Werkes) (First Touchstone Edition 1997)

 

Freeman, Douglas: Lee's Dispatches. Unpublished Letters of General Robert E. Lee, C.S.A. to Jefferson Davis and the War Department of the Confederate States of Amerika 1861-65 (G. P. Putnam's Sons 1957; reprinted: Baton Rouge and London: Louisiana State University)

 

Freeman, Douglas Southall: Lee's Lieutenants (Scribner's, NY 1942-44 - im Original 3 Volumes, abridged version [zusammengestellt von Stephen W. Sears], New York 1998)

 

Freeman, Douglas Southall: Lee's Lieutenants:A Study in Command. Volume 1: Manassas to Malvern Hill (Charles Scribner's Sons: New York 1942 , Neuauflage 1970)

 

Freeman, Douglas Southall: Lee's Lieutenants:A Study in Command. Volume 2: Cedar Mountain to Chancellorsville (Charles Scribner's Sons: New York 1943)

 

Freeman, Douglas Southall: Lee's Lieutenants:A Study in Command. Volume 3: Gettysburg to Appomattox (Charles Scribner's Sons: New York 1944)

 

Fremantle,Arthur James Lyon (LtCol): Three Month in the Southern States (New York: n.p., 1864; reprint: University of Nebrasca Press: Lincoln and London, 1991)

 

Frémont, John C.: „In Command in Missouri.“ In Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, ed. Robert U. Johnson and Clarence C. Buel. 4 vols. New York, 1884-1887, Vol. I, S. 278-288

 

Frey, Donald J.: Longstreet's Assault - Pickett's Charge. The lost Record of Pickett's Wounded (White Mane: Shippensburg, 2000)

 

Frobel, Anne S.: The Civil War Diary, of Anne S. Frobel of Wilton Hill in Virginia (Florence, Ala., 1986)

 

Frothingham, Paul Revere: Edward Everett, Orator and Statesman (Boston, 1925)

 

Frye, Dennis E.: Drama between the Rivers. Harpers Ferry in the 1862 Maryland Campaign; in: Gallagher (ed.): Antietam, a.a.O., S. 15 ff

 

Fuhrman, Robert: „The 57th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry at Gettysburg,“ The Gettysburg Magazine, Issue 17, July 1997

 

Fuller, Charles A. (61st NY): Personal Recollections of the War of 1861 (Edmonston Publishing). A study of the 61st New York Volunteers in the Peninsular Campaign, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. A well written Classic containing many intimate anecdotes and details, cited by Greg Coco as "one of the Top Ten Best Reminiscences of a wounded man in any battle of the Civil War. 136 pp, photographs, index

 

Fuller, Edward H.: Battles of the Seventy-Seventh New York Volunteers, Third Brigade, Sixth Corps, Second Division. Mustered in, November 23, 1861. Mustered Out, June 27, 1865. By one of the Boys (Gloversville, NY: N. P., 1901)

 

Funk, Arville L.: „A Hoosier Regiment in Alabama“ [38th Indiana Infantry]; in Alabama Historical Quarterly, vol. 27, 1965, pp. 91-94

 

Furguson, Ernest B.: Chancellorsville 1863. The Souls of the Brave (New York 1993)

 

Fussell, Joshua L.: History of the 43th Regiment, Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry, "Morton Rifles". No date or place of publicati­on given

 

 

 

 

 

Litera G

 

Gaff, Alan D.: If this is War. A History of the Campaign of Bull's Run by the Wisconsin Regiment Thereafter Known as the Ragged Ass Second (Morningside House Inc.: Dayton, Ohio, 1991)

 

Gaff, Alan D. u. Gaff, Maureen: The dread reality of war - Gibbon’s Brigade, August 28- September 17, 1862; in Nolan, Alan T. and Vipond, Sharon Eggleston (Hrsg.): Giants in their tall Black Hats - Essays on the Iron Brigade, Bloomington/Indiana 1998, S. 67 ff.

 

Gaff, Alan D.: On many a Bloody Field. Four Years in the Iron Brigade, Bloomington Indiana: Indiana University Press 1996

 

Gaff, Alan D.: Brave Men's Tears: The Iron Brigade at Brawner's Farm (Dayton, Morningside House, Inc., 1988)

 

Gage Moses D. (Chaplain, 12th Indiana Infantry): From Vicksburg to Raleigh; or, a Complete History of the Twelfth Regiment Indiana Volunteer History, and the Campaigns of Grant and Sherman, With an Outline of the Great Rebellion (Chicago, 1865), PDF-Version available

 

Gaines, Francis P., Jr.: „The Virginia Constitutional Convention of 1850-1851: A Study in Sectionalism“ (Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Virginia, 1950)

 

Gallagher, Gary W. (ed.): The Antietam Campaign (University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, 1999)

 

Gallagher, Gary W. (ed.): The Wilderness Campaign (The University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill & London, 1997)

 

Gallagher, Gary W. (ed.): The Fredericksburg Campaign. Decision on the Rappahannock (Chapel Hill & London: The University of North Carolina Press, 1995)

 

Gallagher, Gary W. (ed.): The First Day at Gettysburg. Essays on Confederate and Union Leadership (Kent State University Press 1993)

 

Gallagher, Gary W. (ed.): The Second Day at Gettysburg. Essays on Confederate and Union Leadership (Kent State University Press 1993)

 

Gallagher, Gary W. (ed.): Antietam. Essays on the 1862 Maryland Campaign (Kent State University Press, Kent/Ohio 1989)

 

Gallagher, Gary W.: Stephen Dodson Ramseur - Lee's Gallant General (Univ North Carolina)

 

Gallagher, Gary W.: „Confederate Corps Leadership on the First Day at Gettysburg: A. P. Hill and Richard S. Ewell in a Difficult Debut,“ in: Gallagher (e.d.): Three Days at Gettysburg, a.a.O., S. 25-43

 

Gallagher, Gary W.: „If the Enemy Is There, We Must Attack Him: R. E. Lee and the Second Day at Gettysburg,“ in: Gallagher (e.d.): Three Days at Gettysburg, a.a.O., S. 109-129

 

Gallagher, Gary W.: „Lee's Army Has Not Lost Any of Its Prestige,“ in: Gallagher (e.d.): The Third Day at Gettysburg & Beyond, a.a.O., S. 1-22

 

Gallagher, Gary W. (ed.): Lee the Soldier (Lincoln: University of Nebrasca Press, 1996)

 

Gallagher, Ruth C.: „Samuel Ryan Curtis.“ Iowa Journal of History and Politics 25 (1927)

 

Gallman, J. Matthew +++prüfen+++ with Susan Baker: „Gettysburg's Gettysburg: What the Battle did to the Borough,“ in: Boritt (ed.): The Gettysburg Nobody Knows, a.a.O., S. 144-174

 

Gallman, Mathew J. +++prüfen+++: The North Fights the Civil War: The Home Front (American Ways, 1994)

 

Galpin, Rosa: „John C. McGehee,“ in: The Florida Historical Society Quarterly, Vol. 4, No. 4 (April 1926), pp. 186-191)

 

Galwey, Francis Thomas: The Valiant Hours: The Narrative of „Captain Brevet“, An Irish-American in the Army of the Potomac (Harrisburg 1961)

 

Gambone, A. M.: Hancock at Gettysburg … and Beyond (Baltimore: Butternut and Blue, 1997)

 

Gara, Larry: The Liberty Line. The Legend of the Underground Railroad (Lexington, Ky, 1961)

 

Gardner, Alexander: Catalogue of Photographic Incidents of the War (Washington, D.C.: Polkinhorn, 1863)

 

Garfield, James A.: The Wild Life in the Army. East Lansing, Mich.: Michigan State University Press, 1964

 

Garland, Hamlin: Ulysses S. Grant: His Life and Character (1923, reprint Ulan Press 2012)

 

Garret, Franklin M.: Atlanta and Environs: A Chronicle of its People and Events, 3 vols. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing 1954

 

Geer, John James (Captain, 48th Ohio Infantry): Beyond the Lines: A Yankee Prisoner Loose in Dixie (Reprint of 1864 Original); 285pp, Illustrated

 

Genco, James: To the Sound of Musketry and Tap of Drum: A History of Michigan's Battery D through the Letters of Artificer Ha­rold J. Bartlett, 1861-64 (Rochester, Michigan: R. Russel Books, 1983; Detroit Book Press, 2nd printing of 1983 original). This is the first documented account of Battery "D", 1st Michigan Light Artillery

 

Genovese, Eugene D.: The Political Economy of Slavery: Studies in the Economy and Society of the Slave South (New York: Pantheon, 1965)

 

Georg, Kathleen R.: „Our Principal Loss Was in This Place.“ The Morningside Notes, 12 June 1984 (zum Devil's Den and Battle of Gettysburg)

 

George, Henry (Pvt, 7th Kentucky Mounted Infantry): History of the 3d, 7th, 8th and 12th Kentucky Infantry, C.S.A. (Louisville, Kentucky, 1911)

 

George, Henry (Pvt, 7th Kentucky Mounted Infantry): "The 7th Kentucky at Shiloh" (Shiloh National Military Park, Shiloh / Tennessee: 7th Kentucky File)

 

Georg-Harrison, Kathy: Nothing but Glory: Pickett's Division at Gettysburg (Hightstown, Md.: Longstreet House, 1987)

 

Gerrish, Theodore (20th Maine Infantry): Army Life: Reminiscenses of the Civil War (Portland, Maine 1882; reprint Stan Clark Books); 400 pages; new introduction by John Pullen)

 

Gerrish, Theodore: "Battle of Gettysburg." National Tribune, 23 November 1882

 

Gerrish, Theodore] An Old Private: „The Twentieth Maine at Gettysburg,“ Portland Advertiser, Mar. 13, 1882

 

Gerrish, Theodore and John S. Hutchinson: The blue and the gray : a graphic history of the Army of the Potomac and that of Nor­thern Virginia, including the brilliant engagements of these forces from 1861 to 1865, Bangor, Me. : Brady, Mace, 1884

 

Gerson, Armand J.: „The Inception of the Montgomery Convention;“ American Historical Association Annual Report 1910 (Washington/DC, 1912), S. 181-87

 

Gettysburg Magazine: Dayton, Morningside House, 1989

 

Gibbon, John: Personal Recollections of the Civil War, Reprint der Ausgabe 1928 (Dayton / OH: Morningside Bookshop, 1988)

 

Gibson, J. T.: History of the Seventy-Eights Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry (Pittsburgh Printing 1905; 1st Edition); Maps, Photos; Complete Rosters

 

Gienapp, William E.: Origins of the Republican Party 1852–1856 (Oxford University Press, 1987)

 

Giles, L. B. Terry's Texas Rangers. N. p., 1911

 

Gilham, William: Manual of Instruction for the Volunteers and Militia of the United States (Philadelphia: Charles DeSilver, 1861)

 

Gilmore, Harry: Four Years in the Saddle. London: Longmans Green and Co., 1866

 

Gilpin, Thomas C. (Captain, 3rd Iowa Cavalry): History of the 3rd Iowa Volunteer Cavalry, From August 1861, to September, 1865 (Winterset / Iowa, 1908)

 

Glatthaar, Joseph T.: The March to the Sea and Beyond - Sherman's Troops in the Savannah and Carolinas Campaigns (LSU Press: Baton Rouge, 1985; Paperback Edition 1995)

 

Glatthaar, Joseph T.: Partner's in Command …+++ergänzen+++

 

Glatthaar, Joseph: Forged in Battle: The Civil War Alliance of Black Soldiers and White Officers (New York, 1990)

 

Glatthaar, Joseph T.: „The Common Soldiers Gettysburg Campaign“; in: Boritt, Gabor S. (ed.): The Gettysburg Nobody Knows (Oxford University Press, 1999), S. 3-30

 

Glazer, Nathan and Daniel P. Moyniham: Beyond the Melting Pot +++ergänzen+++

 

Glazier, Willard (Captain, 2nd New York Cavalry): Three Years in the Federal Cavalry (New York: R. H. Ferguson, 1873)

 

Glazier, Willard: The Capture, the Prison Pen, and the Escape. History of Prison Life in the South (Hartford/Conn., H. E. Goodwin Publisher, 1869)

 

Glazier, Willard: Battles for the Union: Comprising Descriptions of the Most Stubbornly Contested Battles in the War of the Great Rebellion (Cincinnati/Ohio, Dustin. Gilman & Co., 1875)

 

Glazier, Willard: Heroes of Three Wars: Comprising a Series of the Most Distinguished Soldiers of the War of the Revolution, the War with Mexico, and the War for the Union (Hubbard Brothers, 1884)

 

Goldsborough, W. W.: The Maryland Line in the Confederate Army, 1861-1865 (Baltimore: Guggenheimer, Weil & Co., 1900. Re­printed 1983 by Butternut Press) (Archiv Ref, ameridownload: Maryland Line [CS])

 

Gordon, George Henry: "History of the Campaign of the Army of Virginia" (Boston, 1889)

 

Gordon, George Henry: Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain in the War of the Great Rebellion, 1861-61 (Boston, 1883)

 

Gordon, George H: Battle of Cedar Mountain, OR 12 (2), 807-8

 

Gordon, John B.: Reminiscenses of the Civil War (Scribner's, New York 1903; reprint Time Life, N.Y. 1983); Anm.: "A superb sol­dier during the war, Gordon wrote a floridly romantic style and tailored his narrative to foster good relations between the North and South (vgl. Gallagher: Introduction zu Porter: "Fighting for the Confederacy", a.a.O., S. 555 Anm. 17). Gallagher (vgl. Gallagher: In­troduction zu Porter: "Fighting for the Confederacy", a.a.O., S. xvii) bezeichnet den Stil Gordon's als Stil der "Gordon school of post­war writing".

 

Gordon, Lesley Jill: "Before the Storm: The Early Life of George E. Pickett," Typescript in Earl Gregg Swem Library, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg / VA

 

Gordon, Lesley J.: General George E. Pickett in Life & Legend (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1998)

 

Gordon, Lesley J.: „All Who Went into That Battles Were Heroes“; in: Gallagher (ed.): Antietam Campaign, a.a.O., S. 169-191

 

Goree, Thomas J. (Major C.S.A., Longstreet's Aide): The Civil War Letters of Major Thomas J. Goree (Edited by Thomas Cutrer), University Press of Virginia, 1995

 

Goree, James Langston V. (ed.): The Thomas Jewitt Goree Letters (Bryan, Texas: Family History Foundation, 1981)

 

Gottfried, Bradley M.: Brigades of Gettysburg. The Union and Confederate Brigades at the Battle of Gettysburg (New York 2002, 2012)

 

Gottfried, Bradley M.: Roads to Gettysburg: Lee's Invasion of the North 1863 (Shippensburg, Pa.: White Maine Books, 2001)

 

Gottfried, Bradley M.: „Wright's Charge on July 2, 1863: Piercing the Union Line or Inflated Glory,“ Gettysburg Magazine, 17 (1997), S. 70-82

 

Govan, Gilbert E. und James E. Livingood: „A Different Valor: The Story of General Joseph E. Johnston C.S.A.,“ (Indianapolis and New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1956)

 

Gould, Edward K.: Major-General Hiram G. Berry, His Career as a Contractor, Bank President, Politician, and Major-General of Volunteers, in the Civil War Together With ... Run to Chancellorsville, Reprint 2015

 

Graf, Leroy P.:, Ralph Haskins and Paul H. Bergeron (eds.): The Papers of Andrew Johnson. 13 vols. Knoxville: University of Ten­nessee Press, 1967

 

Gragg, Rod: Covered with Glory. The 26th North Carolina Infantry at the Battle of Gettysburg (University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, 2000)

 

Graham, Matthew J. (Lieutenant, Co A): The Ninth Regiment New York Volunteers (Hawkin's Zouaves) (VanBerg Publishing, 1998)

 

Graham, W. A.: The Custer Myth: A Source Book of Custeriana (Harrisburg, Pa.: Stackpole, 1953)

 

Gramm, Kent: "They must be made on Iron". The Ascent of South Mountain; in: Nolan/Vipond: Giants in their Black Hats. Essays on the Iron Brigade, a.a.O, S. 13 ff.

 

Gramm, Kent: Gettysburg: A Meditation of War and Values (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1994)

 

Gramm, Kent: The Chances of War: Lee, Longstreet, Sickles, and the First Minnesota Volunteers; in: Boritt, Gabor S. (ed.): The Gettysburg Nobody Knows (Oxford University Press, 1999), S. 75-100

 

Granger, J. T.: A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Life of Major-General Grenville M. Dodge (New York, 1893)

 

Grant, Bruce: American Forts Yesterday and Today. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc, 1965

 

Grant, Julia Dent: The Personal Memoirs of Julia Dent Grant, ed. John Y. Simmons (New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1975)

 

Grant, Ulysses S.: Personal Memoirs; +++ergänzen+++

 

Gray, John C. and John Codman Ropers: War Letters of John Chipman Gray and John Codman Ropes (Cambridge, Mass., Riverside Press of the Massachusetts Historical 1927)

 

Gray, Wood: The Hidden Civil War. The Story of the Copperheads (Viking Press: New York, 1942)

 

Gray, Wood: „Ulrich Bonnell Phillips“, in: William T. Hutchinson (ed.): The Marcus W. Jernegan Essays in American Historiography (Chicago, 1937), pp. 354-373 (enthält Descriptions of Phillips and discussions of his views of history [vgl. Pressly: Americans Interpret their Civil War, a.a.O., S. 233n1])

 

Grebner, Constantin: We were the Ninth: A History Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, April 17, 1861, to June 7, 1864 (trans. and ed. Frederic Trautmann. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1987)

 

Green, Fletcher M.: Constitutional Development in the South Atlantic States: A Study in the Evolution of Democracy (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, +++ergänzen+++) +++bestellt+++

 

Green, Robert M.: History of the Hundred Twenty-Forth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers in the War of the Rebellion, 1862-1863 (Philadelphia 1907); Photos, Rosters

 

Greenberg, Henry J.: „Pickett's Charge: The Reason Why.“ Gettysburg Magazine (July 1991), issue 5,, 105-106

 

Greene, A. Wilson: „From Chancellorsville to Cemetery Hill – O.O. Howard and Eleventh Corps Leadership.“ The First Day at Gettysburg. (Kent/OH: 'Kent State University Press, 1992)

 

Greene, A. Wilson: „'A Step All-Important and Essential to Victory': Henry W. Slocum and the Twelfth Corps on July 1-2, 1863“; in: Gallagher (ed.): Three Days at Gettysburg, a.a.O., S. 169-203

 

Greene, A. Wilson: „From Gettysburg to Falling Waters: Meade's Pursuit of Lee“; in: Gallagher (ed.): Third Day at Gettysburg & Beyond, a.a.O., S. 161-194

 

Greene, George S.: „The Breastworks at Culp's Hill. B&L,, a.a.O., Vol. 3:31

 

Greene, Jacob Lyman: Gen. William B. Franklin and the operations of the left wing at the battle of Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862 (Hartford, CN: Belknap and Warfield, 1900)

 

Greene, William B. (Berdan's Sharpshooters): Letters from a Sharpshooter: The Civil War Letters of Private William B. Greene (University Press of Virginia; Belleville: Historic Pub, 1993)

 

Greene, Wilson A.: Stoneman's Raid; in: Gallagher, Gary W. (ed.): Chancellorsville: The Battle and its Aftermath (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press 1996), p. 65-106

 

Greenhow, Rose O'Neal: Rose O'Neal Greenhow Papers, Special Collections Library, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina

 

Gregg, William: Essays on Domestic Industry: Or, an Enquiry into the Expedience of Establishing Cotton Manufactures in South Carolina. Originally Published in the … Request of Several Gentleman of Charleston (Charleston 1845)

 

Gregory, G. Howard: 38th Virginia Infantry Lynchburg/VA: (H. E. Howard, 1988); Biblio, Detailed Rosters, Maps, Photos

 

Griess, Thomas F.: "Dennis Hart Mahan: West Point Professor and Advocate of Professionalism, 1830-1871 (Ph. D. Dissertation, Duke University, 1969)

 

Griffin, John: 4th Georgia (Clinch's) Cavalry Regiment. A Regimental History +++ergänzen+++

 

Griffith, Paddy: Battle Tactics of the Civil War (Yale University Press, US Edition 1989)

 

Griffin, D. Massy: „Rodes on Oak Hill: A Study of Rodes' Division on the First Day of ,“ Gettysburg Magazine, 4 (1991), 33-48

 

Grimsley, Daniel A.: Battles in Culpeper County, Virginia (Culpeper, Va., 1900)

 

Grimsley, Mark: The Hard Hand of War. Union Military Policy toward Southern Civilians 1861-1865 (Cambridge University Press 1995)

 

Grinspan, Jon: "'Young Men for War': The Wide Awakes and Lincoln's 1860 Presidential Campaign," Journal of American History, Vol. 96, no. 2, (Sept. 2009), pp. 357–378

 

Grinstedt, Marion C.: Destiny at Valverde: The Life and Death of Alexander McRae (Socorro, New Mexico: Socorro Historical So­ciety, 1992)

 

Grisamore, Silas T. (Captain, 18th Louisiana Infantry): The Civil War Reminiscenses of Major Silas T. Grisamore, C. S. A. (Louisiana State Univ); edited by Arthur Bergeron, Jr., 240 pp; 1st published as Reminiscences of Uncle Silas in 1981. An interesting glimpse of the war on the Civil War's Western Theater

 

Groene, Bertram H., ed.: "Civil War Letters of Colonel David Lang." Florida Historical Quarterly 54 (1976): 340-66

 

Guernsey, Alfred H und Alden, Henry M. (ed.): Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War. Contemporary Accounts and Illustration from the Greatest Magazine of the Time (Reprint der Ausgabe New York 1866)

 

Gunn, Jack W.: „Ben McCulloch: A Big Captain.“ Texas Military History 1 (1961)

 

 

 

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