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Literaturliste zum American Civil War (Books and Articles):

 

 

 

 

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)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Litera H


Hagerman, Edward: The American Civil War and the Origin on Modern Warfare - Ideas, Organization, and Field Command (Bloo­mington, Indianapolis: Indiana University Press 1988)

 

Hagerman, Edward: „From Jomini to Dennis Hart Mahan: The Evolution of Trench Warfare and the American Civil War,“ Civil War History 13 (September, 1967): 197-220

 

Hagerty, Edward J.: Collis Zouaves: The 114th Pennsylvania Infantry in the Civil War (LSU Press, 1997)

 

Haines, Alanson A.: History of the Fifteenth Regiment New Jersey Volunteers (New York 1883, 1st Edition)

 

Haines, Douglas, C.: „A. P. Hill's Advance to Gettysburg,“ Gettysburg Magazine (July 1991), issue 5, p. 4-6

 

Haines, William P.: History of the Men of Co. F, With Description of Marches and Battles of the 12th New Jersey Volunteers (Mick­leton 1897, First Edition)

 

Haldeman, Bruce: „Henry K. Burgwyn Jr., 1861: The 'Boy Colonel' of the 26th North Carolina“. Virginia Military Institute Alumni Review 54 (Spring 1978), S. 19

 

Hale, Douglas: The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1993)

 

Haley, John W. (Pvt 17th Maine): The Rebel Yell and the Yankee Hurrah: The Civil War Journal of a Maine Volunteer; ed. Ruth L. Silliker (Camden, Maine: Down East Books, 1985)

 

Hall, Clark B.: "Buford at Brandy Station." Civil War 8 (July-August 1990), S. 12-17, 66-67

 

Hall H. Seymour (BrigGen USV): „Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville“; in: Military Order of the Loyal Legions of the United States: War Talkes in Kansas (Kansas City, MO, 1906)

 

Hall, Hillman and W. B. Besley: History of the Sixth New York Cavalry, Second Ira Harris Guard Second Brigade, First Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac, 1861-1865 (Worcester: The Blanchard Press, 1908) (PDF-Version available)

 

Hall, James O.: "Hunting the Spy Harrison," in: Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 24 Nr. 10 [Feb. 1986], S. 19-25

 

Hall, Jeffrey C.: The Stand of the U. S. Army at Gettysburg (Bloomington & Indianapolis, Indiana: 2003)

 

Hall, Martin H.: "The Court Martial of Arthur Pendleton Bagby, CSA," East Texas historical Journal, XIV (1981), S. 60-65

 

Hall, Martin Hardwick: "The Skirmish at Mesilla," in: Arizona and the West, Vol 1 Nr. 4 (Winter 1959), S. 347

 

Halliburton, Lloyd: Saddle Soldiers: The Civil War Correspondence of Gen William Stokes of the 4th South Carolina Infantry (Sandlapper, First edition); 265 pp. Stokes was a Colonel with the 4th SC Cavalry during the war. The 4th SC Cavalry served in the Charleston area until 1864 when the command was transferred to the Virginia theater. Photos, Maps, Biblio, Notes, Index, Copies of Documents

 

Hallock, Judith Lee (ed.): The Civil War Letters of Josua K. Callaway (Athens and London: University of Georgia Press, 1997/2014)

 

Halstead, Murat: Caucuses of 1860. A History of the National Political Conventions (Columbus 1860)

 

Hamblen, Charles P. Connecticut Yankees at Gettysburg. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1993.

 

Hamilton, Holman: Prologue to Conflict. The Crisis and the Compromise of 1850 (The University Press auf Kentucky, Lexington, Ky, 1964, New Edition 2005) (zur Nashville Convention von 1850)

 

Hamlin, Charles: Seventeenth Maine at Gettysburg (1880)

 

Hamlin, Charles et al. (eds.): Maine at Gettysburg: Report of the Commissioners (Portland, Me.: Lakeside Pres, 1898)

 

Hamlin, Augustus Choate: The Battle of Chancellorsville. The Attack of Stonewall Jackson and his Army upon the Right Flank of the Army of the Potomac at Chancellorsville, Virginia on Saturday Afternoon, May 2, 1863 (Bangor/Maine 1896)

 

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.

 

Hanchett, William: "Lincoln's Murder - The Simple Conspiracy Theory," Civil War Times Illustrated 30 (Nov/Dez 1991), S. 28-35, 70-71: Hanchett bezeichnet die Auffassung, Booth habe die Aktion zur Entführung Lincoln's aus eigener Entscheidung und Verant­wortung ohne Rückendeckung seitens Präs. Jefferson Davis geplant, als falsch

 

Hanchett, William: "The Historian as Gamesman: Otto Eisenschiml, 1880-1863," in: Civil War History 36 [März 1990], S. 5-16

 

Hancock, Mrs. Winfield Scott Hancock: Reminiscenses of Winfield Scott Hancock (Digital Scanning, Paperback Reprint of 1887 title by Webster Publishing)

 

Hancock, Richard R.: "Hancock's Diary: Or, a History of the Second Confederate Cavalry." Nashville: Brandon Printing Company, 1867

 

Hancock, Richard R.: Hancock's Diary: Or A History of the Second Tennessee Cavalry, with Sketches of First and Seventh Battalion (Morningside Press); Portraits and Biographical Sketches. Reprint of Nashville 1887 Original); 644 pp

 

Handlin, Oscar: Boston's Immigrants: A Study in Acculturation (Cambridge: Belknap Press, 1959)

 

Hanford, J. Harvey: “Gettysburg: The Experiences of a Private in the 124th New York in the Battle.” (National Tribune, 24 Septemb­er 1885

 

Hannaford, Edwin: The Story of a Regiment: A History of the Campaigns, and Associations in the Field, of the Sixth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry (Cincinnati, 1868)

 

Hansen, Marcus Lee: The Atlantic Migration, 1607-1860 (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press, 1951)

 

Hansen, Marcus Lee: „The Revolutions of 1848 and German Emigration,“ Journal of Economic and Business History 2 (1930): 630-55

 

Hard, Abner: History of the Eighth Cavalry Regiment Illinois Volunteers during the Great Rebellion (Aurora/Ill., 1868)

 

Hardee, William J.: Rifle and Light Infantry Tactics; for the Exercise and Manoeuvres of Troops when acting as Light Infantry or Riflemen (2 vols, Philadelphia 1855)

 

Hargrove, Hondon B.: Black Union Soldiers in the Civil War (McFarland Publishing); 270 pp; Photos; Tables; Appendix; Notes; Bi­bliography; Index; Avery well researched and scholarly analysis that details Black soldiers contributions to the war. By wars end, Black soldiers had numbered over 187,000 and many were awarded the Medal of Honor

 

Harmon, George D.: "Douglas and the Compromise of 1850," Lehigh Univ. Pub., Vol. III, no. 7 [July, 1929], reprinted from Journal, Ill., State Historical Society, Vol. XXI

 

Harrell, Charles T.: "Too few Trains" - The reinforcement of P.G.T. Beauregard at First Manassas (zur Eisenbahngeschichte; Manas­sas Gap; Manassas Gap Railroad

 

Harrell, John M.: „Arkansas“; Confederate Military History, S. 407-408

 

Harrington, Fred Harvey: Fighting Politician: Major General N. P. Banks (Philadelphia, 1948)

 

Harrison, Kathleen Georg: „'Our Principal Loss Was in This Place': Action at the Slaughter Pen and at the South End of Houck's Ridge,“ Gettysburg Magazine, 1 (1989), 33-49

 

Harrison, Kathleen Georg, and John W. Busey: Nothing But Glory: Pickett's Division at Gettysburg. Gettysburg: Thomas Publicati­ons, 1993

 

Harrison, Lowell H.: The Civil War in Kentucky (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1975)

 

Harrison, Lowell H.: "Beriah Magoffin, 1815–1885"; in: Rose, Jerlene. Kentucky's Civil War 1861–1865 (Clay City, Kentucky: Back Home In Kentucky, Inc., 2005) pp. 26–27

 

Harrison, Lowell H.: "Governor Magoffin and the Secession Crisis". The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 72 (April 1974), pp. 91-110

 

Harrison, Lowell H.: “Beriah Magoffin”; in: Harrison, Lovell H. (ed.): Kentucky Governors (Lexington: University Press, 1985), pp. 65-68

 

Harrison, Walter: Pickett's Men: A Fragment of War History. A Brief History of the Division (New York, 1870)

 

Hart, Ephraim J. (Sergeant, 40th Regiment Illinois Infantry): History of the Fourtieth Illinois Infantry (Cincinnati 1864)

 

Hartje, Robert G.: Van Dorn. The Life and Times of a Confederate General. (Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 1967)

 

Hartley, Chris J.: Stuart's Tarheels: James B. Gordon and his North Carolina Cavalry (Butternut & Blue, 1st Edition); 453 pages, 20 photos, 14 maps, index.

 

Hartwig, D. Scott Hartwig: The Defense of McPherson's Ridge. Gettysburg Magazine No. 1 (1989)

 

Hartwig, D. Scott: „The 11th Army Corps on July 1, 1863,“ Gettysburg Magazine, 2 (1990), 33-49

 

Hartwig, D. Scott: „Guts and Good Leadership: The Action at the Railroad Cut, July 1, 1863.“ Gettysburg Magazine, 1 (1989), 5-14

 

Hartwig, D. Scott: „It Struck Horror to Us All,“ Gettysburg Magazine, 4 (1994), 89-100

 

Harwell, Richard Barksdale:The Fiery Trail: A Union Officer's Account of Sherman's Last Campaigns +++ergänzen+++

 

Haselberger, Fritz: Confederate Retaliation: McCausland's 1864 Raid (White Mane), 269 pp, Illustrated, Maps, Biblio, Index. De­tails of McCausland's Raid on Chambersburg, Pennsylvania and Jubal Early's attempts to gain control of the Shenandoah

 

Haskell, Frank A.: The Battle of Gettysburg (posthum veröffentlicht durch  Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States Commandery of the State of Massachusetts, 1908)

 

Haskell, Fritz (ed.): "The Diary of Colonel William Camm, Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, XVIII, Pt. 2, No. 4 (Janua­ry 1926), S. 802

 

Haskell, John Cheves (1st S. Carolina Artillery): The Haskell Memoirs: The Personal Narrative of a Confederate Officer (Putnam's, New York, 1960); 1st edition; Edited by Gilbert Govan and James Livinggood (Freeman used these memoirs in writing Lee's Lieu­tenants); Anm.: The editors have corrected errors in the original manuscript; Nevins says "Written by an audacious fighter who freely passed judgement on almost all high-ranking commanders in Lee's army; especially critical of Jackson."

 

Hasskarl, Robert A.: Waul’s Texas Legion, 1862-1865 (Ada: The Book Bindery, 1976)

 

Hassler, Warren W., Jr.: Crisis at the Crossroads. The First Day at Gettysburg (University of Alabama Press, 1970)

 

Hassler, William Woods: A. P. Hill: Lee’s Forgotten General (Richmond / VA: Garret & Massie, Inc, 1957)

 

Hattaway, Herman & Jones, Archer: How the North Won. A Military History of the Civil War (1983); First Paperback Edition, University of Illinois Press, 1991

 

Hattaway, Herman u.a.: Why the South Lost the Civil War; s. unter Beringer, Richard

 

Hawes, Henry C. (Pvt, 8th Illinois Infantry and 17th Illinois Infantry): Experiences of a Union Soldier (Crihfield Brothers, 1928)

 

Hawes, Jesse (Pvt; 9th Illinois Cavalry): Cahaba. A Story of Captive Boys in Blue (New York, 1888)

 

Hawkins, Norma: "Sergeant-Major Blanchard at Gettysburg," Indiana Magazine of History, 34 (June 1938): 214

 

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

 

Haynes, George Henry: Charles Sumner (1909)

 

Haynes, Martin A.: A History of the Second Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion (Lakeport, N. H., 1896); Reprint Old Books Publishing; 479 pp, Tables, Biographical Sketches, Photos

 

Haynes, Martin A.: History of the Second Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers: Its Camps and Marches (Manchester, N. H.: Charles F. Livingston Printer, 1865)

 

Hays, Ebenezer Z. (ed.): History of the Thirty-second Regiment Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry (Columbus, 1896)

 

Hays, Gilbert Adams: Under the Red Patch: Story of the Sixty-Third Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers (Pittsburgh: Sixty-Third Volunteers Regimental Association, 1908)

 

Hazen, Samuel R.: „‚Fighting the Fight‘: the 140th New York and Its Work on Little Round Top.“ National Tribune 13 September 1894

 

Headley, John W.: The Confederates Try to Born New York City; in: Headley: Confederate Operations on Canada and New York 1906

 

Headley, John W.: Confederate Operations in Canada and New York (New York: Neale, 1906)

 

Hearn, Chester G.: Admiral David Dixon Porter - The Civil War Years (Annapolis / Maryland: Naval Institute Press, 1996)

 

Hebert, Walter H.: Fighting Joe Hooker (Indianapolis 1944)

 

Heideking, Jürgen: Geschichte der USA (Tübingen, 2. Auflage 1999)

 

Heidler, David S.: „Fire Eaters: The Radical Secessionists in Antebellum Politics“ (Ph.D. diss., Auburn University, Auburn, Ala., 1985

 

Heidler, David Stephen: Pulling the Temple Down: Fire-eaters and the Destruction of the Union (Rowman & Littlefield, 1994)

 

Heitman, Francis B.: Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, From its Organization, September 29, 1789 to March 2, 1903, 2 vols (1903, reprint ed., Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Press, 1965)

 

Henderson, G.F.R.: Stonewall Jackson and the American Civil War (Reprint DaCapo Press: New York, 1988)

 

Henderson, M. B. M., E. J. M. Young, and Nahelhoffer, A. I. M. (ed.): "Dear Eliza: The Letters of Mitchell Andrew (N.p., 1976)

 

Hendrick, Burton J.: Statesmen of the Lost Cause. Jefferson Davis and his Cabinet (New York 1939)

 

Henig, Gerald: „Henry Winter Davis and the Speakership Contest of 1859-1860,“ in: Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol. 67 (Spring 1973), S. 1-19

 

Hennessy, John J.: Return to Bull Run. The Campaign and Battle of Second Manassas (University of Oklahoma Press, 1999)

 

Hennessy, John: Historical Report on the Troops Movements for the Second Battle of Manassas, August 28 through August 30, 1862 (National Park Service 1985)

 

Herdegen, Lance J.: The Men Stood Like Iron (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997)

 

Herdegen, Lance and William Beaudot: In the Bloody Railroad Cut at Gettysburg: The 6th Wisconsin and Its Famous Charge (Morningside 1990, reprint 2015)

 

Herdegen, Lance: Those damned Black Hats!: The Iron Brigade in the Gettysburg Campaign +++ergänzen+++

 

Hess, Earl J.: Lee's Tar Heels. The Pettigrew-Kirkland-MacRae Brigade (University of North Carolina Press, 2002)

 

Hess, Earl J.: „Alexander Asboth: One of Lincoln’s Hungarian Heroes?“ Lincoln Herald 84 (1982)

 

Hess, Earl J.: „The Mississippi River and Secession, 1861: The Northwestern Response,“ Old Northwest, Summer 1984

 

Hess, Earl J. and Henry A. Kircher: German in the Yankee Fatherland: The Civil War Letters of Henry A. Kircher (Kent State University Press 1983)

 

Hess, Earl J.: The Rifle Musket in Civil War Combat. Reality and Myth (Lawrence/Kansas: University Press of Kansas, 2008)

 

Hessler, James A.: Sickles at Gettysburg (New York 2009, 2010)

 

Hesseltine, William B.: Civil War Prisons (Kent, 1962) +++ergänzen+++

 

Hesseltine, William B.: The South in American History (New York, 1943)

 

Hicken, Victor: "From Vandalia to Vicksburg: The Political and Military Career of John A. McClernand". (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana, 1955).

 

Hicken, Victor: Illinois in the Civil War (University of Illinois Press: Urbana und Chicago 1966; 2. Auflage 1991)

 

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth: Army Life in a Black Regiment (1869, reprinted New York 1984)

 

Hightower, Harvey Hudson (Pvt, 20th Regiment Georgia Infantry): "Letters from Hightower, Harvey Hudson, a Confederate Soldier, 1862-1864"; ed. Dewey W. Grant­ham, Jr., Georgia Historical Quarterly 40 (June 1956), S. 180

 

Hill, Alonzo F.: Our Boys: The Personal Experience of a Soldier in the Army of the Potomac (Philadelphia, 1864)

 

Hill, Benjamin Harvey, Jr.: Senator Benjamin H. Hill of Georgia: His Life, Speeches, and Writings; Also Memorial Adresses of Eminent Citizens of Georgia (Reprint 2017)

 

Hill, D. H.: "The Lost Dispatch," in: The Land We Love, IV (February 1868) S. 270-84

 

Hill, D. H.: "The Lost Dispatch," in: Southern Historical Society Papers, XIII (1885) S. 420-23

 

Hill, Daniel H.: "The Battle of South Mountain, or Boonsboro" in: B & L, a.a.O., Vol. II, S. 559 ff

 

Hill, Jim Dan: The Minutemen in Peace and War: A History of the National Guard (Harrisburg, Pa., 1964)

 

Hill, S. W.: „Allabach‘s Brigade. It Went as Near as Any Others to the Deadly Wall at Fredericksburg,“ National Tribune, April 16, 1908

 

Hillyer, George (Captain, 9th Georgia Infantry): Battle of Gettysburg: Adress before the Walton County, Georgia, Confederate Veterans, August 2d, 1904. Walton County, Ga.: Walton Tribune, 1904

 

Himmer, Robert. "New Light on Maj. Gen. Henry W. Slocum's Conduct on the First Day at Gettysburg." Gettysburg Magazine 43 (July 2010): 49–60.

 

Hinkley, Julian Wisner (Captain 3rd Wisconsin Infantry): A Narrative of Service with the Third Wisconsin Infantry (Madison: Wisconsin Historical Commission, 1912, First Edition), 197 pages. Issued as part of Wisconsin History Commission Papers (vol. 7). Nevins calls this "A thoroughly or­ganized and completely reliable memoir, based on letters, diary, and postwar manuscript; Hinkley saw much service in both major battle areas." PDF-Version available

 

Hinman, Wilbur F. (65th Ohio Volunteers): Corporal Si Klegg and his "Pard" (Henry Publishing Co. Reprint of 1887 title); 740 pp - Dust Jacket - photographs - illustrations - appendix - with Introduction by Brian Pohanka - the author enlisted in the 65th Ohio at the start of the war and mustered out as a Lieutenant Colonel. This fictionalized tongue in cheek representation of Army life is quite ac­curate and reflects just what the soldiers lived day by day.

 

Hinman, Wilbur F.: The Story of the Sherman Brigade. Privately printed, 1897 (PDF-Version available)

 

Hirst, Benjamin (14th Connecticut): The Boys from Rockville: Civil War Narratives of Sgt. Benjamin Hirst, Company "D", 14th Connecticut Volunteers (Univ Tennessee Press); 256 pp, Illustrated; Photos; Maps; Notes; Biblio; Index. Edited by Robert L. Bee. In less than a month after forming, the 14th Connecticut fought at Bloody Lane at Antietam and went on to fight in all the major battles of the war, capturing more enemy flags and suffering more losses than any other Connecticut Regiment.

 

Historical Statistics of the United States: Colonial Times to 1970, 2 vols. (Washington: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1975

 

Historicus: „The Battle of Gettysburg,“ New York Herald, March 12,1864, reprinted in OR Vol. 27, part IO, 128-36, and in Meade: Life and Letters, a.a.O., 2: 323-31

 

Historicus: „The Battle of Gettysburg. Historicus in Reply to General Barnes and the Staff Officers of the Second and Fifth Corps. The Evidence Before the Committee on the Conduct of the War, &c., New York Herald, April 4, 1864

 

Hitchcock, Frederick L.(Major, 132nd PA Vols): War from the Inside: The Story of the 132nd Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer In­fantry in the War for the Suppression of the Rebellion, 1862-1863 (Philadelphia 1904)

 

Hitchcock, Henry M.: Marching with Sherman: Passages from the Letters and Campaign Diaries of Henry Hitchcock, Major and Assistant Adjutant General of Volunteers November 1864 - May 1865; ed. M.A. DeWolfe Howe, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1927. Reprint 1995

 

Hoadley, John F.: Origins of American Political Parties

 

Hobart, Edwin L.: Semi-History of a Boy-Veteran of the Twenty-Eighth Regiment Illinois Volunteers, in a Black Regiment (Denver 1909)

 

Hobart, Edwin L. (Corporal 28th Illinois Infantry): The Truth About Shiloh; A Compilation of Facts and Figures - An Analysis Reducing to a Percentage Basis All Losses in Every Command Engaged at Shiloh. Comparison of Losses in That Battle With Other Battles of the Civil War, and Other Wars, and a Complete Exposé of Numbers of Men Engaged on Both Sides,and How Such Numbers are Made Up, In Union and Confederate Armies. Denver, 1909 (Springfield / Ill. 1909)

 

Hodder, F. H. : "The Autorship of the Compromise of 1850," Miss. Vall. Hist. Rev., XXII, 525-536 [March, 1936]

 

Hoehling, Adolph A.: Damn the Torpedos. Naval Incidents of the Civil War; (Gramery Books: New York, 1989)

 

Hofe, Michael W.: That There be no Stain upon my Stones: Lieutenant Colonel William L. McLeod, 38th Georgia Regiment, 1842-1863 (Thomas Pub); 46 pp, Photos, Maps; Letters and story about the brave Georgian who died at Gettysburg and who was later ta­ken home to Georgia by his family.

 

Hofstadter, Richard: „U. B. Phillips and the Plantation Legend,“ The Journal of Negro History, xxix (April 1944), pp. 109-124

 

Hoke, Jacob: A Guide to the Battle Field of Gettysburg (Dayton/Ohio 1897)

 

Hoke, Jacob: The Great Invasion of 1863; or, General Lee in Pennsylvania (Dayton/Ohio, 1887)

 

Holcombe, R. I.: History of the First Regiment Minnesota Volunteers (Stillwater, Minn.: Easton & Masterson, 1916); 508 pages

 

Holland, Cecil Fletcher: Morgan and his Raiders (New York: The Macmillan Co., 1943)

 

Hollandsworth, James G.: The Louisiana Native Guards: The Black Military Experience During the Civil War (Baton Rouge: Press, 1995)

 

Holmes, Scott: History of the 16th Connecticut Regiment, Volunteer Infantry

 

Holmes, James T.: Fifty-second Ohio Volunteer Infantry: Then and Now, Vol. I (Columbus: Berlin Printing Co., 1898): Holmes war 1864 Acting Commander der 52nd Ohio Infantry (vgl. Castel: Decision, a.a.O., S. 126)

 

Holt, David (Pvt, 16th Mississippi Infantry): A Mississippi Rebel in the Army of Northern Virginia: The Civil War Memoirs of Private Da­vid Holt (LSU Press); edited by Thomas Cockrell and Michael Ballard; 354 pp, Photos, Map, Index, Biblio, Footnotes. Details the 16th Mississippi Infantry which fought at Gettysburg, Chancellorsville, the Shenandoah and other places. Holt saw action in most major battles and his descriptions are among the most graphic, dramatic, and poignant written by any soldier.

 

Holt, Michael F.: Political Parties and American Political Development: From the Age of Jackson to the Age of Lincoln (Baton Rouge, 1992)

 

Holt, Michael F.: The Political Crisis of the 1850s (New York, 1978)

 

Hoole, William S.: Alabama Tories: The First Alabama Cavalry U.S.A., 1862-65 (Tuscaloosa, Ala.: Confederate Publishing Compa­ny Inc., 1960)

 

Hoole, William Stanley, ed.: History of the Eighth Regiment Alabama Volunteers (Infantry). University, AL: Confederate Publishing Co., 1985 [reprint of an article first published in Perty Smith's Directory of the City of Montgomery, Alabama (1866)]

 

Hoover, Samuel: "Waterhouse's Battery at Shiloh (Battery "E", 1st Regiment Light Artillery)." National Tribune, September 10, 1925

 

Hopkins, C. A. Porter (ed.): The James J. Archer Letters: A Marylander in the Civil War, Part 1 (continued from March 1961, p. 93); in: Maryland Historical Magazine Vol. 56 Nr. 2, Juni 1961, S. 125 ff.

 

Horan, James D.: Mathew Brady: Historian with a Camera (New York, 1955)

 

Horan, James D.: Timothy O'Sullivan: America's Forgotten Photographer (New York: Bonanza Books, 1966)

 

Horan, James D.: Confederate Agent. A Discovery in History, New York 1954 (Anm. McPherson: Für die Freiheit, a.a.O., S. 943 Anm. 25 beurteilt Horan's Werk als "einem mit Vorsicht zu genießenden Sensationsbericht, der sich stark auf die Memoiren Hines' und anderer konföderierter Agenten stützt."

 

Horn, Stanley F.: The Army of the Tennessee: A Military History (Norman, Okla., 1955)

 

Horn, Stanley F.: Tennessee's War: 1861-1865: Described by Participants (University of Tennessee Pres,, 1965)

 

Horrall, S. F.: History of the Forty-second Indiana Volunteer Infantry (Chicago: Donohue and Henneberry, 1892)

 

Horwitz, Lester V.: The Longest Raid of the Civil War. Little Known & Untold Stories of Morgan's Raid into Kentucky, Indiana & Ohio (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1999)

 

Hotchkiss, Jedediah: Confederate Military History, 3 vols 3 (Atlanta, GA., 1899)

 

How, James F.: Frank P. Blair in 1861 - Lieutenant-Colonel James F. How, 27th MO Inf.; in: Missouri Mollus Band I

 

How, Louis: James B. Eads (Boston, 1900)

 

Howard, Oliver Otis: Autobiography of Oliver Otis Howard, Major General United States Army, 2 vols (New York: Baker & Taylor Co., 1907)

 

Howard, Richard M.: History of the 124th Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers, Otherwise Known as the "Hundred and Two Do­zen," from August, 1862, to August, 1865 (Springfield / Illinois: H. W. Rokker, 1880)

 

Howard, Wiley C. (1stLt; Co. C, Cobb's Legion, Georgia): Sketch of Cobb Legion Cavalry and some Incidents and Scenes Remembered (Jim Fox Books; Reprint of 1901 title)

 

Howe, Mark Antony DeWolfe (ed.): Home Letters of General Sherman (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1909)

 

Howe, Mark Antony DeWolfe: The Life and Letters of George Bancroft. 2 Bände. Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York 1908

 

Howell, H. Grady, jr.: Going to Meet the Yankees: A History of the “Bloody Sixth” Mississippi Infantry, CSA (Jackson, Miss., 1981)

 

Hubert, Charles F. (Adjutant 50th Illinois Infantry): History of the Fiftieth Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Union (Kansas City, Mo.: Western Veteran Publishing, 1894)

 

Hudder, Jean Anne W, (ed.): „Dear wife“: Captain Joseph Adams' (Captain 15th Illinois Cavalry) letters to his wife, Eliza Ann, 1861-1864/ Jean Anne W Hudder, editor. [S.l.] : J.A.W Hudder, cl985. 170 p., [66] leaves of plates: facsims. Library of Congress, Washington/CC E505.5 15th.A33 1985 1861-1864. Bibliography

 

Hughes, Mark: The New Civil War Handbook: Facts and Photos for Readers of all Ages (New York, NY, 2011)

 

Hughes, Nathaniel Jr.: The Battle of Belmont: Grant strikes South (Univ. N. Carolina: Chapel Hill, 1991)

 

Hughes, Nathaniel Cheairs, Jr.: General William Hardee, Old Reliable ( LSU Press, Baton Rouge 1965, unveränderte Taschenbuch­ausgabe)

 

Humes, Thomas Williams: The Loyal Mountaineers of Tennessee (Knoxville: Ogden Brothers, 1888)

 

Humes, Thomas Williams: Third and Fourth Reports to the East Tennessee Relief Association at Knoxville (Knoxville: Brownlow & Hous, 1868)

 

Humphrey, Steve: "That D - d Brownlow," Boone, N.C.: Appalachia Consortium Press, 1978

 

Humphreys, Andrew A.: "The Pennsylvania Campaign of 1863." Historical Magazine, 2d ser. 6(July 1869): 1-8

 

Humphreys, Andrew A.: The Virginia Campaign of '64 and '65: The Army of the Potomac and the Army of the James (New York, 1883)

 

Humphreys, Benjamin G. (Col, 21st Mississippi Infantry): „Recollections of Fredericksburg, 1863.“ in: The Land We Love, 3:4 (Oct. 1867), pp. 443-60

 

Humphreys, Henry H.: Major General Andrew Atkinson Humphreys, United States Volunteers, at Fredericksburg, Va., December 13th, 1862 and Farmville, Va., April 7th, 1865 (Chicago: R. R. McCabe, 1896)

 

Humphreys, Henry H.: Andrew Atkinson Humphreys: A Biography (Philadelphia: John C. Winston Company, 1927)

 

Hungerford, Edward: The Story of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, 1827-1897, 2 vols. (New York: Putnam's Sons 1928)

 

Hunt, Gaillard: Israel, Elihu and Cadwallader Washburn: A Chapter in American Biography (New York, 1971)

 

Hunt, George F. (Captain; 12th Illinois Infantry): „Fort Donelson Campaign“; Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Illinois Commandary, Military Essays and Recollections, IV, Chicago 1907

 

Hunt, Henry J.: "The First Day at Gettysburg", in: Battles and Leaders, 3: 276 ff.

 

Hunt, Henry J.: "The Second Day at Gettysburg"; in: Battles & Leaders, 3:290-313

 

Hunt, Henry J.: Three Days at Gettysburg. Edited by William R. Jones (Golden, Colorado: Outbooks, 1981)

 

Hunt, Henry J.: Letter to Bachelder from 20.1.1873; in: The Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in Their own Words Volume I edited by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd (Dayton: Morningside House, 1994), S. 428-29

 

Hunt, Henry J.: "Artillery"; in: Papers of Military Historical Society of Massachusetts (14 vols, Boston, 1913), Vol. XIII, 115

 

Huntington, James F. (Captain Battery H, 1st Regiment Ohio Light Artillery): „The Battle of Chancellorsville,“ Papers of the Military Historical Society of Massachusetts 3, pp. 177-79

 

Hutchinson, Nelson V. (Corporal, 7th Massachusetts Infantry): History of the Seventh Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion of the Southern States Against Constitutional Authority, 1861-1865 (Taunton, MA: Regimental Association, 1890)

 

Hyde, Bill (ed.): The Union Generals Speak: The Meade Hearings on the Battle of Gettysburg (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2013)

 

Hyde, Thomas W. (Major 7th Maine Infantry, Staff Officer VI Corps): Following the Greek Cross or, Memories of the Sixth Army Corps (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1894)

 

Hyde, Thomas W. (Major 7th Maine Infantry, Staff Officer VI Corps): "Recollections of the Battle of Gettysburg." Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Maine Commandary, War Papers I (1898): 189-206

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jackson, Huntington W. (LtCol): „Sedgwick at Fredericksburg and Salem Heights.“ B&L, vol. 3, 224-232

 

Jackson, Mary Anna: Life and Letters of General Thomas J. Jackson (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1892)

 

Jackson, Mary Anna: Memoirs of Stonewall Jackson (Louisville 1895, 2nd Edition)

 

Jackson, Oscar J. (Col, 63rd Ohio Infantry): The Colonels Diary (Sharon, Pennsylvania, 1922).

 

Jaffa, Harry V.: Crisis of the House Divided. An Interpretation of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates (Garden City, N. J., 1959)

 

James, Alfred P.: "General Joseph Eggleston Johnston, Storm Center of the Confederate Army", Mississippi Valley Historical Re­view 14 (1927), S. 342-63

 

Jameson, J. Franklin (Hrsg.): Correspondence of John C. Calhoun; in: Annual Report of the American Historical Association, 1988, Vol. II, Washington 1900, S. 780-82

 

Jamison, Matthew H. (Lt, 10th Illinois Infantry): Recollections of Pioneer and Army Life (Kansas City / Kan.: Hudson Press, 1911)

 

Jennings, Thelma: The Nashville Convention. Southern Movement for Unity 1848-1851 (Memphis State University Press, 1980)

 

Joel, Joseph A.(23rd Ohio) and Louis Stegman (102nd NY): Rifle Shots and Bugle Notes (New York 1884); War Stories and Poems; 19 Full-Page Ivory Toned Steel Engravings of Battles and Leaders from Leslie and others

 

Johannsen, Robert W.: Stephen A. Douglas (New York: Oxford University Press,, 1973)

 

Johnson, Adam Ranking: Partisan Rangers of the Confederate States Army. Memoirs of General Adam R. Johnson (1904) (PDF-Version available)

 

Johnson, Curt and Richard C. Anderson: Artillery Hell. The Employment of Artillery at Antietam (Texas A&M University Press, 1995)

 

Johnson, John Liscomb: The University Memorial: Biographical Sketches of Alumni of the University of Virginia Who Fell in the Confederate War (Baltimore: Turnbull Brothers, 1871)

 

Johnson, Richard W. (MajGen): A Soldier's Reminiscenses in Peace and War (Philadelphia: Lippincott & Co., 1886)

 

Johnson, Richard W.: „War Memories, by Brigadier-General R. W. Johnson. Brevet Major-General U. S. Army“, 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. 7-19

 

Johnston II, Angus James: Virginia Railroads in the civil War (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1961)

 

Johnston, Isaac N. (6th Kentucky Infantry [US]): Four Months in Libby and the Campaign against Atlanta (Heritage Books); 194 pp; Reprint of 1864 original; new Index. Nevins says "An excellent early account of a tunnel escape from Libby."

 

Johnston, J. Stoddart: Kentucky … +++ergänzen+++

 

Johnston, Joseph E.: Military Operations during the Civil War; new Introduction by Frank E. Vandiver (Reprint 1990 der Original­ausgabe von 1874)

 

Jones, Archer: Civil War. Command & Strategy. The Process of Victory and Defeat (The Free Press: New York, 1992)

 

Jones, Archer: Confederate Strategy from Shiloh to Vicksburg (Louisiana State University Press: Baton Rouge 1961, 1989, 1991)

 

Jones, Archer and William N. Still, Jr: Why the South lost the Civil War (University of Georgia Press, Athens 1986)

 

Jones , Benjamin W.: Battle Roll of Surry County, Virginia in the War between the States (Richmond 1913)

 

Jones, Benjamin W.: Under the Stars and Bars: Surry Light Artillery of Virginia (Richmond, Va., 1909; reprint Morningside, Day­ton); edited by Lee Wallace Jr, 425 pp, photos, notes, roster, index, mapped endpapers

 

Jones, Charles Colcock jr..: The Siege of Savannah in December 1864 and the Confederate Operations in Georgia and the Third Military District of South Carolina durch General Sherman's March from Atlanta to the Sea (Albany, N.Y.: Joel Mussel, 1874)

 

Jones, Charles T. (ed.): „Five Confederates: The Sons of Bolling Hall in the Civil War,“ Alabama Historical Quarterly 24 (1962): 190-91 (Anm. zu Bolling Hall III, Crenshaw Hall, James A. Hall, John E. Hall, and Thomas B. Hall aus Alabama) (Anm.: als PDF-Datei im Internet abrufbar)

 

Jones, Jenkin Lloyd (6th Battery, Wisconsin Light Artillery): An Artilleryman's Diary, by Jenkins Lloyd Jones (Madison, Wisconsin, 1914)

 

Jones, Robert Huhn: The Civil War in the Northwest: Nebrasca, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, and the Dakotas +++ergänzen+++

 

Jones, Terry L. [ed.]: Campbell Browns Civil War. With Ewell and the Army of Northern Virginia (Louisiana State University Press, 2001)

 

Jones, Thomas A.: J. Wilkes Booth (Chicago: Laird & Lee, 1893)

 

Jones, Thomas B. (Lt, 46th Illinois Infantry): Complete History of the 46th Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry (Freeport / Illinois, 1907)

 

Jones, Virgil Carrington: The Civil War at Sea, Vol. II: The River War (Hol, Rinehart, Winston: New York, 1961)

 

Jones, Virgil Carrington: Ranger Mosby (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1944)

 

Jones, Virgil Carrington: Gray Ghosts and Rebel Riders +++ergänzen+++

 

Jordan, David M.: Winfield Scott Hancock: A Soldier's life (Bloomfield, Indiana: 1988)

 

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Joyce, John Alexander (Colonel, 24th Kentucky): A Checkered Life (Chicago 1883)

 

Joyce, Fred: "Chaplains of the Fourth Kentucky," Southern Bivouac I (Nov. 1882), S. 116-17

 

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Kegel, James A.: North with Lee and Jackson (Mechanicsburg 1996)

 

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Keller, Christian B. and Valuska, David L.: Damn Dutch: Pennsylvania Germans at Gettysburg (Mechanicsburg 2004)

 

Keller, S.Roger: Crossroads of War: Washington County Maryland in the Civil War - White Mane - 352pp - Illustrated - Index - Previous unpublished diaries reveal details of camp life and events that occurred as the battle of Antietam swirled around the area, including details on Confederate wounded at Hagerstown Seminary Hospital in 1863 and the story of camp life with the 7th Maryland Infantry

 

Kellog, Robert (16th Connecticut Infantry): Life and Death in Rebel Prisons. Giving a complete history of the inhuman and barba­rous treatment of our brave soldiers by rebel authorities, inflicting terrible suffering and frightful mortality, principally at Anderson­ville, GA., Florence, SC., describing plans of escape, arrival of prisoners, with numerous and varied incidents and anecdotes of pri­son life (Stebbins, Hartford 1865)

 

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McClellan. H(enry). B.: The Campaigns of Stuart's Cavalry (BlueGrey -Secaucus 1993 (M) Reprint)

 

McClendon, William Augustus (15th Alabama Infantry): Recollections of war times, by an old veteran while under Stonewall Jackson and Lieutenant Gene­ral James Longstreet. How I got in and how I got out. Montgomery: Paragon Press, 1909 [Reprinted, Carrollton, MS: Pioneer Pub Co., 1997; reprinted, microfiche]

 

McCline, John (13th Michigan): Slavery in the Clover Bottoms: John McCline's Narrative of his Life during Slavery and the Civil War (Univ Tennessee Press)

 

McClure, Alexander K.: Abraham Lincoln and Men of War Times, (Philadelphia: The Times Publishing Co., 1892)

 

McClure, Alexander K.:: Recollections of Half a Century (Philadelphia, 1892 und Salem Press, Salem 1902; Reprint White Maine Publishing Comp. Inc: Shippensburg, 1989)

 

McClure, Alexander K.: Old Time Notes of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia 1905)

 

McCorkle, John: Three Years with Quantrill (Univ Oklahoma Press; Reprint of 1914 original)

 

McCormac, E. I.: "Justice Campbell and the Dred Scott Decision," Miss. Valley Hist. Review, XIC (1933), S. 565-571

 

McCormack, John F.: "The Harper's Ferry Skedaddlers," Civil War Times Illustrated 14 (December 1975), S. 32-39

 

McCormick, Richard P.: The Second American Party System: Party Formation in the Jacksonian Era (University of North Carolina Press, 1966 und 1973) (Kruman: Parties and Politics in North Carolina, a.a.O., S. 287 meint: “The most important study of the origins om the second party system [...], which relates party formation to the contest for the precidency. He shows clearly the importance of a viable national party to the life of the state parties, but he overstates the pragmatic nature of the emerging party system”)

 

McCormick, Richard P.: "Political Development and the Party System," in: W. N. Chambers and W. D. Burnham, eds. The American Party Systems (1967), p. +++ergänzen+++

 

McCormick, Richard L.: The Party Period and Public Policy: American Politics from the Age of Jackson to the Progressive Era (Oxford University Press, new. ed., 1989)

 

McCrea, Henry Vaughan: Red Dirt and Isinglass. A Wartime Biography of a Confederate Soldier (Privately Printed); 578 pp; Notes and Bibliography. Story of Marion Fitzpatrick of Hickory Grove, Georgia.

 

McCurdy, Charles M.: Gettysburg. A Memoir (Pittsburg, Pa., 1929)

 

McDaid, William K.: „Four Years of Arduous Service“: The History of the Branch-Lane Brigade in the Civil War. PhD Dissertation, Michigan State University, 1987

 

McDonald, Archie P. (ed.): Make me a Map of the Valley. The Civil War Journal of Stonewall Jackson's Topographer Jedediah Hotchkiss (Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, 1973)

 

McDonald, William: A History of the Laurel Brigade. Originally the Ashby Cavalry of the Army of Northern Virginia and Chew's Battery (Maryland, 1907; Reprint John Hopkins University Press: Baltimore, Maryland, 2002) (Nevins calls this "One of the most noted of the early brigade histories. The author adroitly weaves his story from the 1861 formation of the 7th Virginia Cavalry to the 1865 disbandment of this mounted brigade.")

 

McDonough, James Lee: Shiloh - in Hell before Night (The University of Tennessee Press: Knoxville, 1977)

 

McDonough, James Lee: Chattanooga - A Death Grip on the Confederacy. Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 1984.

 

McDonough, James Lee and Thomas L. Connelly: Five Tragic Hours. The Battle of Franklin (Knoxville, 1983)

 

McElroy, Edith Wasson (ed.): The Undying Procession: Iowa’s Civil War Regiments. Prepared for the Iowa Civil War Centennial Commission

 

McElroy, John (16th Illinois Cavalry): Andersonville: A Story of Rebel Military Prisons, Fifteen Month a Guest of the Socalled Southern Confederacy Toledo, 1879 ). 654 pp. Nevins calls this "Well-written, gripping, and very detailed; but reliance on memory and bitterness often distort the facts. This very popular narrative influenced many other prisoners' accounts."

 

McElroy, Elroy (16th Illinois Cavalry): This was Andersonville (New York 1957 -); Edited by Roy Meredith; 355 pp, Illustrations and Photos

 

McFeely, William S.: Grant. A Biography (Toronto 1981)

 

McFeely, William S.: „Amos T. Akerman: The Lawyer and Radical Justice,“ in: Kousser and McPherson (eds.): Region, Race, and Reconstruction, a.a.O., S. 396-404

 

McFeely, William S. Yankee Stepfather: General O. O. Howard and the Freedman +++ergänzen+++

 

McGee, B.F. (ed. Wm. R. Jewell): History of the 72d Indiana Volunteer Infantry of the Mounted Lightning Brigade (LaFayette/ Indiana, 1882)

 

McGowan, Col. J. E.: Morgan's Indiana and Ohio Raid; in: Annals of the War, a.a.O., S. 767 ff.

 

McIver, George: "North Carolinians at West Point before the Civil War," North Carolina Historical Review 7 (1930)

 

McKee, James C.: Narrative of the Surrender of a Command of US Forces at Fort Fillmore, NM, in July, 1861 (Stagecoach Press: Houston, 1960)

 

McKinney, Francis F.: Education in Violance: The Life of George H. Thomas and the History of the Army of the Cumberland (De­troit: Wayne State University Press, 1961); Anm. Castel: "The most recent and detailed biography, (but) is badly impaired by an ex­cessive bias in favor of Thomas and against Grant and Sherman" (vgl. Castel: Decision in the West, a.a.O., S. 579 Anm. 30)

 

McKitrick, Eric L.: Andrew Johnson and Reconstruction (Taschenbuchausgabe New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988)

 

McLaws, Lafayette: The Confederate Left at Fredericksburg; B&L 3:86 ff

 

McLaws, Lafayette: The Federal Disaster on the Left; Philadelphia Weekly Press, 4.8.1886

 

McLaws, Lafayette: McLaws Division and the Pennsylvania Reserves; Philadelphia Weekly Press, 20.10.1886

 

McLaws, Lafayette: The Battle of Gettysburg, Philadelphia Weekly Press, 21.4.1886

 

McLaws, Lafayette: The Battle of Gettysburg,“ in: United United Confederate Veterans, Georgia Division, Confederate Veteran's Association, Camp 756, Savannah, Addresses Delivered before the Confederate Veterans Association of Savannah, Georgia 1896 (Savannah, Ga.: Press of George N. Nichol, 1896)

 

McLean, James L. Jr: Cutler‘s Brigade at Gettysburg (Butternut & Blue, 1995)

 

McLean, James and Judy: Gettysburg Sources Vol 3; Butternut and Blue (Numerous accounts of the battle including: Who fired the opening shots ?; McLaws on the 2nd Day; Biddle on the 1st Day; 124th NY on the 2nd Day)

 

McMahon, John T.: DIARY OF THE 136TH NEW YORK 1861-1864 - White Mane - Edited by John M. Priest - 148pp - Maps and detailed footnotes tell the story of this Regiment and its battles at Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Chattanooga and Peach Tree Creek

 

McMorries, Edward Young (Corporal 1st Alabama Infantry [CS]): History of the First Regiment, Alabama Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A. Montgomery: Brown Printing Co., 1904 [Reprinted, microfiche; reprinted, Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, 1970]

 

McMurran, James: 4th Regiment; in Ben LaBree (ed.): Camp Fires of the Confederacy (Louisville, 1898)

 

McMurry, Richard M.: "The Mackall Journal and its Antecedents," Civil War History 20 (December, 1974), S. 311-328

 

McMurry, Richard M.: "'The Enemy in Richmond': Joseph E. Johnston and the Confederate Government"; in Civil War History 27 (1981), S. 5-28

 

McMurty, R. Gerald: "Zollicoffer and the Battle of Mill Springs." Filson Club Historical Quarterly, Vol. 29 (October 1955), S. 303-319

 

McPherson, James M.: Antietam. Crossroads of Freedom (Oxford, 2002)

 

McPherson, James M.: Gettysburg (Atlanta: Turner, 1993)

 

McPherson, James M.: Für die Freiheit sterben - Die Geschichte des amerikanischen Bürgerkrieges, Deutsche Ausgabe List-Verlag München/Leipzig, 3. Auflage 1995

 

McPherson, James M.: The Negro's Civil War: How American Negroes Felt and Acted During the War for the Union (New York, 1965)

 

McPherson, James M.: Ordeal by Fire: The Civil War and Reconstruction (New York, NY, 2001)

 

McWilliams, John (Captain, 8th Illinois Infantry): Recollections of John McWilliams: His Youth, Experiences in California and the Civil War. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, n.d.

 

McWhiney, Grady: Braxton Bragg and Confederate Defeat (New York, 1969)

 

McWhiney, Grady and Jamieson, Perrie: "Attack and Die." Civil War Military Tactics and the Southern Heritage (University of Alabama Press: Tuscaloosa 1982, Paperback Auflage 1984)

 

Meade, George: The Life and Letters of George Gordon Meade, 2 vols (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1913, reprint, Baltimo­re: Butternut & Blue, 1994)

 

Meade, George: With Meade at Gettysburg. Ed. George G. Meade (Philadelphia: John C, Winston, 1930)

 

Meade, George: Did General Meade Desire to Retreat at the Battle of Gettysburg? Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, 1883

 

Meade, Robert Douthat: "The Relations Between Judah P. Benjamin and Jefferson Davis: Some New Light on the Working of the Confederate Machine." Journal of Southern History 5, no. 4 (November 1939), S. 367-79

 

Meade, Robert Douthat: Judah P. Benjamin, Confederate Statesman (New York: Oxford University Press, 1943)

 

Melcher, Holman S. (Major, 20th Maine): With A Flash of His Sword (Belle Grove, Kearny); 331 pp; Maps; Bibliography; Index; 70 Photographs. A collection of Melcher's wartime letters, daily diary entries and battle accounts documenting the legendary 20th Maine.

 

Melcher, Holman S.: „The 20th Maine at Gettysburg; Lincoln County News, Mar. 13, 1885

 

Meredith, Solomon: "Col. Meredith's Report"; Indianapolis Daily Journal, 11.9.1862

 

Merril, Catharine: The Soldier of Indiana in the War of the Union (2 vols., Indianapolis, 1866, 1869)

 

Merril, E.: Block Houses for Railroad Defense in the Department of New Cumberland - Brevet Colonel William E. Merril, U.S.A.

 

Merrill, James: „Cairo. Illinois: Strategic Civil War River Port,“ Journal of the Illinois Historical State Society, LXXVI, No. 4 (Winter, 1983), S. 242-257

 

Merril, Samuel: The Seventieth Indiana Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion (Bowen-Merrill Pub, Indianapolis, 1900, 1st Edition, 372 pp, Rosters) Professionally Released with New Endpapers. Organized in Indianapolis in 1862, the 70th Indiana served in Tennessee, the Battle of Atlanta, Resaca, New Hope Church, Kenesaw Mountain, Lost Mountain, Savannah and North Carolina

 

Merrill, Samuel H.: The Campaigns of the First Maine and First District of Columbia Cavalry (Portland, Me, 1866)

 

Meyer, Steve: Iowa Valor (Meyer Publishing); 528 pp; 55 chapters and 150 period photographs; covers every major episode of Iowa soldier's involvement in the war by using their first hand accounts from letters, diaries, battle reports and war correspondence to newspapers. A collection of over 250 Civil War combat experiences taken from primary reference material of Iowans who were dist­inguished as the "Most Patriotic of the Patriotic"

 

Meyer, Steve: Iowans Called to Valor (Meyer Publishing), Actual period writings from Iowa soldiers, officers, and war correspon­dents describe events concerning Iowa proceeding the Civil War, and Iowa's entry into the Union effort. 130 pp; over 40 period pho­tos.

 

Meyer, Steve: Discovering Your Iowa Civil War Ancestry (Meyer Publishing); 64 pp. Information about finding out what regiment your ancestor served with, and how to find more detailed information concerning battles and other significant events. Over 78000 Io­wans served in the Civil War, using this book , anyone can uncover the story of their ancestors service in the Civil War.

 

Miers, Earl Schenck: The Weg of Victory. Grant at Vicksburg (New York 1955)

 

Miers, Earl Schenck and Richard A. Brown (eds.): Gettysburg (New Brunswick, N. J.: Rutgers University Press, 1948)

 

Miers, Earl Schenk (ed.): John B. Jones, A Rebel War Clerk's Diary, 2 vols. (Originally Published in 1866; Reprint New York, 1958)

 

Miles, Jim: The River Unvexed - A History and Tour Guide of the Campaign for the Mississippi River (Nashville / TN: Rutledge Hill Press, 1994)

 

Milhollen, Hirst D., Kaplan, Milton und Stuart, Hulen: Divided we Fought - A Pictorial History of the War - New York 1952/1956

 

Military History and Reminiscenses of the Thirteenth Regiment of Illinois Volunteer Infantry of the Civil War in the United States, 1861-1865. Prepared by a regimental Committee (Chicago: Women’s Temperance Publishing Association, 1892)

 

Miller, Charles D.: Brief unit histories from: Report of the Great Reunion of the Veteran Soldiers and Sailors of Ohio Held at Ne­wark, July 22, 1878. Under the A uspices of "The Society of the Soldiers and Sailors of Licking County, Ohio. " By Major Charles D. Miller. Secretary of the Society. Newark, Ohio: Clark & Underwood Printers. 1879

 

Miller, Edward A. Jr.: The Black Civil War Soldiers of Illinois: The Story of the Twenty-Ninth U.S. Colored Infantry (Univ S. Caro­lina)

 

Miller, Emilie Van Dorn (ed.): A Soldier’s Honor, With Reminiscenses of Major-General Earl Van Dorn. New York 1902

 

Miller, Kerby A.: Emigrants and Exiles: Ireland and the Irish Exodus to North America (New: York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1985)

 

Miller, Richard F.: Harvard's Civil War: A History of the Twentieth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Lebanon, NH, 2005)

 

Miller, William E. [Capt. 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry]: The Cavalry Battle near Gettysburg:; in: Battles & Leaders Vol. III, S. 397 ff.

 

Miller, William J. (ed.): The Peninsular Campaign of 1862. Yorktown to the Seven Days. Volume III (Savas Publishing Company: Campbell, 1997)

 

Miller, William J.: The Training of an Army: Camp Curtin and the North's Civil War (Shippensburg/PA, 1990)

 

Milton, George Fort: The Eve of Conflict: Stephen A. Douglas and the needless War (1934)

 

Mingus, Scott L.: Flames Beyond Gettysburg: The Confederate Expedition to the Susquehanna River, June 1863 (Savas Beatie, Revised Edition 2011)

 

Mingus, Scott L.: Flames Beyond Gettysburg: The Confederate Expedition to the Susquehanna River, June 1863 (Savas Beatie, Revised Edition 2011)

 

Minnesota Board of Commissioners: Minnesota in the Civil and Indian Wars 1861-1865 (St. Paul/Minnesota, 1890)

 

Mitchell, Joseph B.: The Badge of Gallantry: Recollections of Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Winners (New York: Macmillan, 1968)

 

Mitchell, Reid: Civil War Soldiers +++ergänzen+++

 

Moe, Richard: The Last Full Measure: The Life and Death of the First Minnesota Volunteers (New York: Henry Holt, 1993)

 

Monaghan, Jay: Civil War on the Western Border 1854-1865 (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1955)

 

Monaghan, Jay: Diplomat in Carpet Slippers (Boobs-Merrill Comp: New York 1945)

 

Monaghan, Jay: „An Analysis of Lincoln's Funeral Sermons,“ Indiana Magazine of History, VLI (March 1945), p. 38-39

 

Moneghan, Jay: Swamp Fox of the Confederacy: The Life and Military Service of M. Jeff Thompson (Tuscaloosa, 1956)

 

Mogelever, Jacob: Death to Traitors: The Story of General Lafayette C. Baker, Lincoln's Forgotten Secret Service Chief (Doubleday 1960)

 

Mollus / Illinois Commandary Vol. 13D (1923), S. 91-94: "Samuel Eddy Barrett"

 

Moore, Albert Burton: Conscription and Conflict in the Confederacy (New York: Hillary House Publishers, 1963)

 

Moore, Edward (Pvt, A. Graham's Company, Virginia Light Artillery [Rockbridge Artillery]): The Story of a Cannoneer under Stonewall Jackson in which is told the Part taken by the Rockbridge Artillery on the Army of Northern Virginia (J. P. Bell, Lynchburg 1910)

 

Moore, Frank (ed.): The Rebellion Record, Vol. 2 (New York: Arno Press, 1977)

 

Moore, James (Surgeon, 9th PA Cavalry): Kilpatrick and Our Cavalry (New York 1865; First Edition)

 

Moore, Jerrold N.: Confederate Commissary General: Lucius Bellinger Northop and the Subsistence Bureau of the Southern Army (White Mane, Shippensburg); 358 pp; Foreword by Lynda Crist; Photos; Maps; Index; Bibliography. The first full-length study of the South's supply department.

 

Moore, John W.: Roster of North Carolina Troops in the War between the States, vol 4 (Raleigh, 1892)

 

Moore, Marquerites: “A Study of Early Crump, Tennessee.” Hardin County Historical Quarterly, Vol. IX (January-June 1992, S. 28-37 (zu Crump's Landing/Tennessee)

 

Moore, Mark A.: Moore‘s Historical Guide to the Battle of Bentonville (Savas); 100 pp; Photos; Lots Maps; Index; Detailed Map Study of the Battle of Bentonville

 

Moore, Robert A. (17th Mississippi): A Life for the Confederacy as recorded in the Pocket Diaries of Private Robert A. Moore, Co G, 17th Mississippi Regiment, Confederate Guards, Holly Springs, Mississippi (Broadfoot Publishing); Reprint of McGowatt Mercer 1959 edition; 182 pp; Photos; Index; Rosters. Nevins says of this "Daily jottings by an educated and mature Mississippian whose candid observations ended abruptly with his death at Chickamauga."

 

Morford, T. C.: Fifty Years Ago: A Brief History of the 29th New Jersey Infantry (Longstreet House, 1990; Reprint of 1912)

 

Morris, John M.: The Connecticut War Record, vol. 1-2 (New Haven: Peck, White & Peck, 1865)

 

Morris, Thomas D.: Free Men All. The Personal Liberty Laws of the North 1780-1861 (Baltimore, 1974)

 

Morris, William H.: Review of Field Tactics for Infantry; North american Review 99 (July 1864): 291try

 

Morris, W. S., L. D. Hartwell and J. B. Kuykendall: History 31st Regiment Illinois Volunteers Organized bei John A. Logan (Univ Southern Illinois Press, 1998; Reprint of 1902 Original); 244pp, Illustrated. The 31st Illinois fought at Belmont, Fort Donelson, Vicksburg, Kennesaw Mountain, Atlanta and the March to the Sea

 

Morrison, Marion (Chaplain, 9th Illinois Infantry): "History of the 9th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry" (Originalausgabe John S. Clark, Monmouth / Illinois, 1864; reprint Southern Illinois University Press, Carbonsdale and Edwardsville 1997)

 

Morton, Charles: „The Third Regiment of Cavalry“; 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. 193-98

 

Morton, Charles A. (Co I, 25th Missouri Infantry): "A Boy at Shiloh." Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, New York State Commandary, 1907, S. 52-69

 

Morton, Charles A. (Co I, 25th Missouri Infantry): "Opening of the Battle of Shiloh." Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Commandary of the District of Columbia, 1912, S. 11-20

 

Morton, John W.: Artillery of Nathan Bedford Forrest's Cavalry (Nashville, 1909)

 

Mosby, John S.: THE MEMOIRS OF COLONEL JOHN S. MOSBY: Edited by Charles Russell - Olde Soldier Books - 414pp - Dust Jacket - Reprint of 1917 title - Written later in life, Mosby viewed this work as the finest on his wartime career

 

Mosgrove, George D. (4th Kentucky Cavalry): Kentucky Cavaliers in Dixie: Reminiscenses of a Confederate Cavalryman (McCo­wat Mercer, 1957; Reprint of 1895 Original edited by Bell Wiley) (Archiv Ref, ameridownload Kentucky [CS] 4th Cavalry Mosgrove)

 

Mosocco, Ronald A.: The Chronological Tracking of the American Civil War per the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion (James River Publications: Williamsburg/VA, 2. überarb. Auflage 1995)

 

Mowris, James A., M. D. (Regimental Surgeon, 117th New York Infantry): A History of the 117th Regiment, New York Volunteers (4th Oneida) (Edmonston Publishing)

 

Moyer, Henry P. (Bugler; Co. E, 17th Regiment Pennsylvania Cavalry): History of the Seventeenth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry (Lebanon, Pa.: Sowers Printing Co., 1911)

 

Muhlenfeld, Elisabeth: Mary Boykin Chestnut: A Biography (LSU Press) 271 pp; illustrated with 44 halftones

 

Muir, Rory: Tactics and the Experience of Battle in the Age of Napoleon (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1998)

 

Mulholland, St. Clair A. (Col 116th Pennsylvania Infantry): The Story of the 116th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers in the War for the Rebellion (Fordham Univ. Press, 1996)

 

Mulkern, John R.: The Know-Nothing Party in Massachusetts: The Rise and Fall of a People's Movement (University Press of New England, 1990)

 

Mulligan, James A.: "The Siege of Lexington"; in B&L, a.a.O., Vol. I, S. 309

 

Mundy, James H.: No Rich Men's Son: The Sixth Maine Volunteer Infantry (Cape Elizabeth, ME, 1994)

 

Munson, E. B. (ed.): Jacob Nathaniel Raymer, Confederate Correspondent: The Civil War Reports of Jacob Nathaniel Raymer, 4th North Carolina (Jefferson, NC: McFarland 2009)

 

Munson, John W.: Reminiscenses of a Mosby Guerilla (New York: Moffat, Yard and Comp, 1906, Reprint)

 

Murfin, James V.: The Gleam of Bajonets: The Battle of Antietam and the Maryland Campaign of 1862 (New York: A. S. Barnes & Co., 1965)

 

Murphey, Thomas G. Four Years in the War: The History of the First Regiment of Delaware Veteran Volunteers (Infantry), From Its Organization in 1861, to the Close of the War in 1865. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: J.S. Claxton, 1866.

 

Murray, R. L.: E.P. Alexander and the Artillery Action in the Peach Orchard: A Tactical Overview of the Artillery Action Near the Peach Orchard at Gettysburg on July 2, 1863 (Wolcott, NY: Benedum Books, 2000)

 

Murray, R. L.: First on the Field: Cortland‘s 76th und Oswego‘s 147th New York State Volunteer Regiments at Gettysburg (Mur­ray); 85 pp; Photos; Maps; Footnotes; Biblio. These units were some of the first ones on the field at Gettysburg and fought du­ring the enti­re three day battle

 

Murray, Thomas Hamilton. History of the Ninth Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, 'The Irish Regiment,' in the War of the Rebellion, 1861–1865. New Haven, Connecticut: The Price, Lee & Adkins Co., 1903.

 

Murphy, T. L.: Kelly's Heroes. The Irish Brigade at Gettysburg +++ergänzen+++

 

Murray, Alton J.: South Georgia Rebels: The True Wartime Experiences of the 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry (St. Mary's, Ga:. S: N:; 1976)

 

Myers, Frank: The Comanches: A History of White's Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, Laurel Brigade, Hampton Div., A.N.V., CSA (Bal­timore: Kelly, Pieta & Co., 1871, Reprinted 1987 by Butternut Press)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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