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JOHN PAGE NICHOLSON 
U. S. Vols. A. M. Litt. D. 

RELATING TO THE 

War of the Rebellion 

1861-1866 



PHILADELPHIA 
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300 Copies Privately Printed 

No 160 






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IN REMEMBRANCE OF 

^» James Bartram Nicholson 

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\ ^ He passed away years ago, but bis fragrant 

■" ^ memory lives in the hearts of the few who were 

fortunate enough to enjoy the sweetness of his 
nature and the broadness of his culture." 



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'Methinks 'tis prize enough to be his son." 

3 Henry VI. 2-1 XX. 

JOHN PAGE NICHOLSON 



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FORE WO RD 



Returning from the War in October, 1865, it was my good 
fortune to be invited on Saturday afternoons to the meetings 
of the "Le Cercle autour du Poele" at the old book store of 
John Pennington & Son. Here was discussed the War of 
1 861 -1 865, and comparisons were made with other great Wars 
by Prof. George Allen, LL. D., U. of Pa., an acknowledged 
military student and critic of the War that maintained the Union 
and destroyed slavery, and in the presence of Dr. Samuel Lewis, 
Winthrop Sergeant, Wm. Russell West, Hon. Charles Sumner, 
Gen. Franz Sigel, Wm. Henry Rawle, Prof. Chas. J. Stille, John 
Wm. Wallace and others. 

The absence of Lincolniana in the Collection is due to the 
fact that Major William H. Lambert, a good soldier and my 
comrade, was gathering his incomparable library, and absence of 
books relating to the Navy to the fact that Assistant-Engineer 
Frederick Schober, U. S. N., was making his great collection 
upon this branch of the service. 

The Books, Manuscripts, Pamphlets and Excerpts, are 
bound in cloth, morocco, and levant, and are examples of the 
"Art of Book Binding" by Pawson & Nicholson, and cover a 
period of fifty years. 

Scurrilous books have been eliminated from the Catalogue. 

I wish I could express the pleasure and my grateful thanks 
for my intercourse with all the soldiers who were interested in my 
Library, and to whom I am greatly indebted, but that is impossi- 
ble, but I cannot refrain from referring to the Comte de Paris, 
with whom I labored in his great work "La Guerre Civile en 
Amerique;" Bvt. Major-General Rutherford B. Hayes, Major- 
General Winfield S. Hancock, Bvt. Lieut.-Colonel William 
Brooke Rawle, Colonel Charles C. Chesney, R. E., Hon. Samuel 
W. Pennypacker, Lieut.-Colonel Robert Nicholson Scott, 
U. S. A., and Mr. Joseph W. Kirkley. 



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Aaron, I. — The School of the Soldier as Now Practiced 
by the United States Infantry, from Lieut. -General 
Scott's Infantry Tactics, for the use of the Home Guards 
and Volunteer Militia. By I. Aaron, Philadelphia, 
formerly Lieutenant of Third Regiment Jackson Guard 
Artillery, New York. 
Philadelphia: Collins, Printer. 1891. 48mo. pp. 93. 

Abbey, Henry. — The Ulster Guard at Gettysburg on the 
First Three Days of July, 1863. By Henry Abbey. A 
Poem read by the Author, October 4, 1888, at the Dedica- 
tion of the Battlefield Monument of the Twentieth 
Regiment, New York State Militia, Eightieth N. Y. 
Volunteers. 

New York: Published by the Kingston Freeman. 1888. 8vo. pp. 19 (1). 

Abbey, Henry. — The Ulster Guard at Gettysburg on the 
First Three Days of July, 1863. Verses read by the 
Author, Henry Abbey, October 4, 1888, at the Dedica- 
tion of the Battlefield Monument to the Twentieth 
Regiment of the New York State Militia, Eightieth 
New York Volunteers. 

Rondout, New York. 1891. i2mo. pp. 23 (1). Second Edition. 

Abbot, Charles Wheaton. — The Twelfth Regiment of 
Infantry. By Lieut. Charles W. Abbot, Jr., Adjutant 
12th U. S. Infantry. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution. September, 1893. 

pp. 1125-1144. 

Abbot, George Maurice. — Contributions Towards a Biblio- 
graphy of the Civil War in the United States. 
1. Regimental Histories. By Geo. Maurice Abbot. 

Philadelphia. 1886. 8vo. pp. 34. 

Appendix, pt. (1). (7). Appendix (3). 150 copies printed. 

Interleaved and ms. notes and additions. Autograph note of Author. 

Abbot, Henry Larcom. — Gouveneur Kemble Warren. No. 

1451. Class of 1850. Died August 8, 1882, at Newport, 

R. I., aged 52 years, 
n. p. n: d. 8vo. pp. 15. Autograph letter of Col. Abbot. 
General Orders No. 5, Corps of Engineers, Aug. 9, 1882. Inserted (4 pp.) 






Abbot, Henry Larcom. — Memoir of Andrew Atkinson 
Humphreys. Read before the National Academy of 
Sciences, April 24, 1885. By Henry L. Abbot. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 18 (Slip errata). 

Abbot, Henry Larcom. — Memoir of Montgomery C. Meigs. 

1 8 16- 1 892. By Henry L. Abbot. Read before the 

National Academy, April, 1893. 
n. p. 8vo. pp. 311-326. 

Abbot, Henry Larcom. — Professional Papers Corps of 
Engineers. No. 14. Siege Artillery in the Campaigns 
against Richmond, with notes on the 15-inch gun, in- 
cluding an algebraic analysis of the trajectory of a shot 
in its ricochet upon smooth water. Illustrated. By Bvt. 
Brig.-Gen. Henry L. Abbot, U. S. Army, Major, Corps of 
Engineers, Late Bvt. Maj.-Gen. Vols., Comdg. Siege 
Artillery before Richmond. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand, Publishers. 1868. 8vo. pp. 183. 

Autograph note of Author. 

Abbot, Henry Larcom. — Report of the movements and 
Operations of the 1st Conn. Heavy Artillery, for the year 

ending 31, 1865, as given in the Annual Report 

of the Adjutant General of Connecticut, April 1, 1865. 

Hartford: Press of Case, Lockwood & Company. 1865. 8vo. pp. 34. 

Autograph order 1864 of Gen. Abbot. 

Abbot, Henry Larcom. — Report from the Committee on 
Military Affairs for the relief of Col. and Bvt. Brig.-Gen. 
Henry L. Abbot. 

54th Congress. 1st Session. Senate Report No. 670. April 13, 1896. 

8vo. pp. (3). BUI (1). 

Abbot, Henry Larcom. — The Corps of Engineers. By 
Brevet Brigadier-General Henry L. Abbot, U. S. Army, 
Colonel, Corps of Engineers. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution. March, 1894. 

pp. 413-450. 562-564. 

Abbot, Henry Larcom. — United States Military Half 
Century Record of the Class at West Point, 1850 to 
1854. By Henry L. Abbot, Brigadier-General U. S. A. 
Retired. 

Boston, Mass.: Thomas Todd, Printer, n. d. 8vo. pp. 59 (7). 

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Abbot, Henry Larcom. — United States Military Academy 
at West Point 1850 to 1854. B Y Henry L. Abbot, 
Brigadier-General U. S. A. Retired. 

Boston, Mass.: Thomas Todd, Printer, n. d. 8vo. pp. 59 (7). 

Abbot, Willis John. — Battle Fields and Camp Fires. A 
narrative of the Principal Military Operations of the 
Civil War, from the removal of McClellan to the accession 
of Grant. (1862-1863). By Willis J. Abbot. Illustrated 
by W. C. Jackson. 

New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, Publishers, n. d. 4to. pp. XII. 1-349 

Abbot, Willis John. — Battle Fields of '61. A narrative of 
the Military Operations of the War for the Union up to 
the end of the Peninsular Campaign. By Willis J. 
Abbot. * * * With illustrations by W. C. Jackson. 

New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, Publishers, n.d. 4to. pp. XII. 1-356. 

Abbott, A. — Prison Life in the South at Richmond, Macon, 
Savannah, Charleston, Columbia, Charlotte, Raleigh, 
Goldsborough, and Andersonville, during the years 1864 
and 1865, with illustrations. 

New York: Harper & Brothers. 1865. i2mo. pp. X. 374. 

Abbott, John Stephens Cabot. — Heroic Deeds of Heroic 

Men. By John S. C. Abbott. 
Harpers' Magazine. Series Complete No. I — XVII. 
pp. — (Printed Title Page). 

Abbott, John Stephens Cabot. — The History of the Civil 
War in America ; comprising a full and impartial account 
of the origin and progress of the Rebellion, of the various 
naval and military engagements, of the heroic deeds 
performed by Armies and Individuals and of touching 
scenes in the field, the camp, the hospital and the cabin. 
Illustrated with portraits, maps, diagrams and numerous 
steel engravings of battle scenes from original designs by 
Darley, and other eminent artists and portraits of dis- 
tinguished men. 

Springfield, Mass. 1863. 8vo. Vol. I. pp. 493. Vol. II. pp. 630. 

Autograph note of Author. 

Abbott, John Stephens Cabot. — The Life of General 
Ulysses S. Grant. Containing a brief but faithful 
narrative of those military and diplomatic achievements 
which have entitled him to the confidence and gratitude 
of his countrymen. By John S. C.Abbott. * * Illustrated. 

Boston: B. B. Russell, Publisher. 1868. i2mo. pp. 312. 



Abbott, John Stephens Cabot. — Ulysses Simpson Grant. 

(Portrait). (National Portrait Gallery.) 
Philadelphia, n. d. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Abbot, Lemuel Abijah. — Personal Recollection and Civil 
War Diary, 1864. By Major Lemuel Abijah Abbot, 
U. S. A. Late Captain 10th Regt. Vt. Vol. Infantry. 

Burlington: Free Press * * 1908. 8vo. pp. X (6) 1-296. 

Privately printed. Autograph note of Author. 

Abbott, Stephen G. — The First Regiment New Hampshire 
Volunteers in the Great Rebellion. Containing the 
Story of the Campaign, an account of the Great Uprising 
of the People of the State and other articles upon subjects 
associated with the early War period. Map of the 
Route of the Regiment. Tables, Biographies, Portraits 
and Illustrations, by Rev. Stephen G. Abbott, A. M., 
Chaplain of the Regiment. 

Keene: Sentinel Printing Company, Printers. 1890. 8vo. pp. 511. 

Abercrombie, John Joseph. — Address of J. J. Abercrombie, 
President Western Society of the Army of the Potomac, 
at its Annual Meeting February, 1906. Printed by order 
of the Society. 

(Chicago) Press of Libby & Sherwood Printing Co. n. d. 4*0. pp. 7. 
Presentation copy from Author. 

Abernathy, James Logan — Washer, Solomon R. — Kansas 

AT CHICKAMAUGA AND CHATTANOOGA. 
Kansas State Historical Society, n. d. 8vo. pp. 271-275. 

Abernethy, Alonzo. — Dedication of Monuments Erected by 
the State of Iowa Commemorating the Death, Suffering 
and valor of Her Soldiers on the Battlefields of Vicksburg, 
Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge, Shiloh, and in the 
Confederate Prison at Andersonville. November 12 to 26, 
1906. Compiled by Alonzo Abernethy, for the Committee. 

(Des Moines: Emory H. English, State Printer, E. D. Chassell, State Printer, 
1908). 4to. pp. 300. 

Abrams, Alexander St. Clair. — A Full and Detailed 
History of the Seige of Vicksburg, by A. S. Abrams, of 
New Orleans. 

Atlanta: Georgia Intelligencer. 1863. 8vo. pp. 80. 

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Abrams, Alexander St. Clair. — The Trials of the Soldier's 
Wife, a Tale of the Second American Revolution. (With 
appendix.) 

Atlanta, Ga. 1864. 8vo. pp. — 

Adair, John M. — Historical Sketch of the Fifty-Fifth Illinois 
Regiment, with a complete list of the officers and privates 
and an individual record of each man in the Regiment. 
By Capt. John M. Adair, Lanark, Illinois. 

Lanark. 1869. 8vo. pp. 40. 

Adams, Charles Francis. — American HistoricalAssociation. 

Plea for Military History by Charles Francis Adams. 

From the Annual Report of the American Historical 

Association for 1900. 
Washington: Government Printing Office. 1901. 8vo. Vol. I, pp. 193-218. 
Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Adams, Charles Francis. — An Address on the Life, Character, 
and Services of William Henry Seward, delivered at the 
request of both houses of the legislature of New York at 
Albany, April 18, 1873. 

Albany. 1873. Imp. 8vo. pp. — Autograph letter of Author. 

Adams, Charles Francis. — Lee at Appomattox and other 

papers by Charles Francis Adams. 
Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. The Riverside 
Press, 1903. l2mo. pp. V. 1-442. Second Edition Enlarged. 

Adams, Charles Francis. — Lee's Centennial. An Address 
by Charles Francis Adams delivered at Lexington, Virginia, 
Saturday, January 19, 1907, on the invitation of the Presi- 
dent and Faculty of Washington and Lee University. 

(Boston, Mass., 1907.) 8vo. pp. 76. Autograph of General Adams. 

Adams, Charles Francis. — Memoir of Theodore Lyman. 

By Charles Francis Adams. 
Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society March and April, 1906. 
8vo. pp. 147-177- 

Adams, Charles Francis. — Some Phases of the Civil War. 
An appreciation and criticism of Mr. James Ford Rhodes' 
Fifth Volume, by Charles Francis Adams. Reprinted 
from the Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical 
Society, Second Series, Vol. XIX. pp. 315-356. 

Cambridge: John Wilson & Son, University Press, 1906. 8vo. pp. 46. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 



Adams, Charles Francis. — 1865- 1900. The Confederacy 
and The Transvaal: A people's obligation to Robert 
E. Lee, by Charles Francis Adams. A paper read before 
the American Antiquarian Society, at its Annual Meeting 
in Worcester, Massachusetts, Wednesday October 30, 1901. 

Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1901. 8vo. pp.25. Autograph of Author. 

Adams, Charles Francis. — The Constitutional Ethics of 
Secession and "War is Hell." Two speeches of Charles 
Francis Adams delivered respectively at Charleston, S. C, 
December 22, 1902, and at New York, January 26, 1903. 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. 1903. 8vo. pp. 41. 

Adams, Jr., Charles Francis. — The Double Anniversary, 
" '76 and '63". A Fourth of July address delivered at 
Quincy, Mass. By Charles F. Adams, Jr. 

Boston: Wm. Parsons Lunt. 1869. 8vo. pp.22. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of General Adams. 

Adams, Charles Francis. — The Civil War Pension. Lack 
of System. A Four Thousand Million Record of Legislative 
Incompetence tending to General Political Corruption. 
By Charles Francis Adams. 

Reprinted from the World's Work. 

pp. IV 1-59. Newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Adams, Charles Francis. — Pensions — Worse and More of 
them. Proposed Increase of $50,000,000. A riotous and 
debauching waste in the Government while the Country 
suffers. By Charles Francis Adams. 

The World's Work Dec. 1911, Jan., Feb., 1912. 

pp. 188-196 — 327-334 — 385-398. Newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Adams, Francis Colburn. — A Trooper's Adventures in the 
War for the Union. A Thrilling History of the Campaigns, 
Battles, Exploits, Marches, Victories and Defeats of the 
Army of the Potomac, being a complete and graphic 
narrative of the Peninsula Campaign under McClellan, 
by a Cavalryman. 

New York: Hunt & Co., Publishers. (1886). i2mo. pp. 616. 

Adams, Francis Colburn. — The Story of a Trooper, with 
much of interest concerning the Campaign on the Penin- 
sula, not before written. By F. Colburn Adams. 

New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, Publishers, 1865. 

12 mo. pp. 616. Autograph note of Capt. Adams. 



Adams, Francis Colburn. — The Story of a Trooper, with 
much of interest concerning the Campaign on the Peninsula 
not before written. By F. Colburn Adams. (Illustrated.) 

London. 1869. i2mo. pp. 616. 

Adams, Francis Colburn. — Siege of Washington, D. C, 
written expressly for little people. 26 Illustrations. 
Illustrated by A. W. Ward. 

New York. 1867. i6rao. pp. 130. 

Adams, G. Mercer. — The Life of General Robert E. Lee. 
By G. Mercer Adams. The Life, Career and Military 
Achievements of the Great Southern General, with a 
Record of the Campaigns of the Army of Northern 
Virginia. With Illustrations. 

New York: A. L. Burt Company, Publishers. (1905). i2mo. pp. IV. 1-321. 

Adams, Herbert Baxter. — Virginia Military Institute. 
"From Thomas Jefferson and the University of Virginia." 
U. S. Bureau of Education Circular No. 1, 1888. 
Washington Government Printing Office. 1888. 8vo. pp. 286-292. 

Adams, Henry C, Jr. — Indiana at Vicksburg. Published 
pursuant to an act of the Sixty-sixth General Assembly. 
Approved March 5, 1909. By the Indiana- Vicksburg 
Military Park Commission. Compiled by Henry C. 
Adams, Jr., Indianapolis, 1910. 

Indianapolis: Wm. B. Buford, Contractor for State Printing and Binding. 191 1. 

8vo. pp. 476. 

Adams, John R. — Memorial and Letters of Rev. John R. 
Adams, D. D., Chaplain of the Fifth Maine and the One 
Hundred and Twenty-first New York Regiments during 
the War of the Rebellion, serving from the beginning to 
its close. 

(Motto), n. p. 1890, 8vo. pp. VIII (1). 1-242. Privately printed. 

Adams, Julius W. — Letters to the Honorable Secretary of 
War, on the examination of Field Officers for Colored 
Troops. Enclosed in a letter to the Officers of the Army 
of the Potomac. By Julius W. Adams. * * * Printed 
but not Published. 

New York: John F. Trow, Printer. 1863. 8vo. pp. 24. Second Edition. 

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Adams, William Taylor. — Our Standard Bearer, or the 
Life of General Ulysses S. Grant, his youth, his manhood, 
his campaigns, and his eminent services in the reconstruc- 
tion of the nation his sword has redeemed, as seen and 
related by Captain Bernard Galligasken, Cosmopolitan, 
and written out by Oliver Optic. Illustrated by Thomas 
Nast. 

Boston: Lee & Shepard. 1868. i6mo. pp. 348. 

Adamson, A. — Brief History of the Thirtieth Georgia Regi- 
ment. By A. P. Adamson, Rex, Ga. 
Griffin, Georgia: The Mills Printing Co. 1912. 8vo. pp. 157. 
Autograph note of Author. 

Addeman, Joshua M. — Reminiscences of Two Years With 
the Colored Troops. By J. M. Addeman (Late Captain 
Fourteenth R. I. Heavy Artillery, Colored). 

Providence: N. Bangs Williams & Co. 1880. Sm. 4to. pp. 38. 

Autograph letter of Capt. J. M. Addeman. 

Addey, Markinfield. — "Little MAc"and How He Became a 
Great General. A Life of George Brinton McClellan, 
for Young Americans, with illustrations. 

New York: James G. Gregory. 1864. i2mo. pp. 352. 

Addey, Markinfield. — "Stonewall Jackson." The Life and 
Military Career of Thomas Jonathan Jackson, Lieutenant- 
General in the Confederate Army. By Markinfield 
Addey. With a Portrait. 

New York: Charles T.Evans. 1863. i2mo. pp.240. 

Admire, J. — Memoranda. Company E, 65th Regiment, 

Indiana Infantry Volunteers * * * 
Osage City, Kansas. 1888. 8vo. pp. (28). Autograph letter of Author. 

Agnus, Felix. — A Woman of War and other stories. By 

Felix Agnus. Illustrations by Willis H. Thorndike. 
Baltimore: Kohn & Pollock, Inc. 1908. i2mo. pp. 209. 

Ainsworth, Frederick Cray ton. — Entrance of State Militia 
into the Military Service of the United States. What is 
necessary to induct State Militia into the Military Service 
of the United States under a call by the President? By 
F. C. Ainsworth, Brigadier-General, U. S. A., Chief of 
Record and Pension Office. 

Washington, D. C. 1903. i2mo. pp. 86. 



Ainsworth, Frederick Crayton. — Memorandum Relative to 
the Probable Number and Ages of the Army and Navy 
Survivors of the War of the Rebellion, and the possible 
number of beneficiaries under and possible cost of certain 
proposed pension laws. 

Record and Pension Office, War Department, April 14, 1896. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Albright, John G. — A Sketch of the Senior Reserves of 

Alamance County. By Lieut. John G. Albright. 
Our Living and Our Dead. Oct. 1874. pp. 134-137. 

Albert, Allen D. — History of the Forty-Fifth Regiment 
Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry 1861-1865. 
Written by the Comrades. Edited and Arranged by 
Allen D. Albert, Private of Company D. 

Williamsport, Pa. : Gret Publishing Company. 1912. 8vo. pp.530. 

Alcott, Louisa May. — On Picket Duty and Other Tales. 

By L. M. Alcott. 
Boston: James Redpath, Publisher. New York: H. Dexter, Hamilton & Co. 
i6mo. pp. 89. 

Alcott, Louisa May. — Hospital Sketches. By L. M. Alcott. 

(Extract.) Boston: James Redpath, Publisher, n. d. i6mo. pp. 102. 

Aldrich, Charles. — Incidents Connected With the History of 
the Thirty-second Iowa Infantry. By Charles Aldrich. 
Reprinted from the January, 1906, number of The Iowa 
Journal of History and Politics. Published at Iowa City, 
Iowa. By The State Historical Society of Iowa. 

Iowa City. 1906.' Ry. 8vo. pp. 18. 

Aldrich, M. Almy. — History of the United States Marine 
Corps. By M. Almy Aldrich, from official reports and 
other documents compiled by Captain Richard S. Collum. 

(Motto.) Boston: Henry L. Shepard & Co. 1875. 8vo. pp. 257. 

Alexander, B. L. — The Peninsular Campaign. 

The Atlantic Monthly. 1864. pp. — 

Alexander, Edward Porter. — Military Memoirs of a Con- 
federate. A critical narrative by E. P. Alexander, 
Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army, Chief of 
Artillery, Longstreet's Corps, with Sketch Maps by the 
Amhor. 

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1907. 8vo. pp. XVIII. 1-634. 

Autograph letters of Author. 

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Alexander, Edward Porter. — The Battle of Bull Run 
(July, 1861). By General E. P. Alexander, of the 
Confederate Army. 

Scribner's Magazine, January, 1907. pp. 80-94. 

Autograph letters of Author. 

Alexander, Edward Porter. — The Confederate Veteran. 

Address of Gen. E. P. Alexander, on Alumni Day, West 

Point Centennial, June 9, 1902. 
Cedar Rapids, la. : Republican Printing Co. n. d. i8mo. pp. 15. 

Alexander, Edward Porter. — The Movement Against 
Petersburg. By General E. P. Alexander, of the Con- 
federate Army. 

Scribner's Magazine, February, 1907. pp. 180-194. 

Alexander, Edward Porter — Livermore, William Roscoe — 
Swift, Eben. — 1. Grant's Conduct of the Wilderness 
Campaign. By Edward P. Alexander. 2. Lee's Con- 
duct of the Wilderness Campaign. By Col. William R. 
Livermore, U. S. Army. 3. The Wilderness Campaign 
from our present Point of View. By Maj. Eben Swift. 
U. S. Army. 

Annual Report of the American Historical Association for the Year 1908. 
Washington: Government Printing Office. 1909. 8vo. pp. (1) 225-247. 
Autograph letter of Major Eben Swift. 

Alexander, John H. — Mosby's Men. By John H. Alexander, 
of Mosby's Rangers. (Co. A.) Illustrated by Portraits. 
New York and Washington : The Neale Publishing Company. 1907. 
8vo. pp. 180. 

Alexander, Walter S. — Sermon. Occasioned by the death of 
Edwin Ruthven Kayes, Sergeant in the 26th Conn. 
Regiment, who was wounded at Port Hudson, May 27th, 
1863, and who died at Baton Rouge, La., June 12th, 1863. 
Delivered in the First Congregational Church, Pomfret. 
Conn. Sabbath Morning, August 2nd, 1863. By 
Walter S. Alexander, pastor of the Church. 

Danielsonville, Ct.: Transcript Print. 1863. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Alexander, William L. — List of Ex-Soldiers, Sailors and 
Marines, living in Iowa, prepared by William L. Alexander, 
Adjutant-General. Printed by order of the General 
Assembly. 

Des Moines: George E. Roberts, State Printer. 1866. 8vo. pp. VIII. I-722. 

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Alger, Russell Alexander. — Eulogy on the Late General 
Philip H. Sheridan. By Gen. R. A. Alger. Delivered at 
the Reunion of the Army of the Cumberland, Chicago, 
September 19, 1888. 

Detroit John F. Ely & Co. 1888. l2mo. pp.15. 

Alkins, Thomas Astley — Oliver, John Wise. — Yonkers in 
the Rebellion of 1861-1865, including a history of the 
erection of the monument to honor the men of Yonkers 
who fought to save the Union. By Thomas Astley 
Alkins and John Wise Oliver. 

Published by the Yonkers Soldiers and Sailors Monument Association. 1892. 

4to. pp. 262 (1). 

Allaben, Frank. — John Watts DePeyster. By Frank 

Allaben. 
New York: Frank Allaben, Genealogical Company, Printer. (1908). 
i2mo. Vol. I. pp. 323. Vol. II. pp. 337. 

Allan, Francis D. — Allan's Lone Star Ballads. A collection 
of Southern Patriotic Songs, made during Confederate 
Times. Compiled and revised by Francis D. Allan. 

(Motto.) Galveston, Texas: J. D. Sawyer, Publisher. 1874. 

i8mo. pp. IV. 200. 

Allan, William. — Jackson's Valley Campaign. Address of 
Col. Wm. Allan, formerly Chief of Ordnance of Jackson's 
2nd Corps of McDonough Institute, Md., before the 
Virginia Division of the Army of Northern Virginia, at 
their annual meeting, held in the Capitol in Richmond, 
Va., Oct. 30th, 1878. 

Richmond: G. W. Gary & Co., Printers. 1878. 8vo. pp. 30. 

Autograph note of Col. Allan. 

Allan, William. — History of the Campaign of Gen. T. J. 
(Stonewall) Jackson in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, 
from November 4, 1861, to June 17, 1862. By William 
Allan, formerly Lieutenant-Colonel and Chief Ordnance 
Officer Second Corps A. N. V., with full maps of the 
Region and of the Battlefields by Jed. Hotchkiss, formerly 
Captain and Topographical Engineer, Second Corps, 
A. N. V. 

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1880. 8vo. pp. 175. 

Allan, William. — Lee's Campaign against Pope in 1862. 

The Magazine of American History, August, 1884. pp. 126-147. 

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Allan, William. — The Army of Northern Virginia in 1862. 

By William Allan, A. M., LL. D. With an introduction 

by John C. Ropes. 
Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. 1892. 8vo. pp. X. 
1 -537- Autograph note of Author. 

Alleman, Herbert C. — The Story of Gettysburg. By Rev. 
Herbert C. Alleman, Pastor of College Church, Gettys- 
burg, Pa. 

Pittsburg: Presbyterian Banner, February 2 and 9, 1889; February 16 and 23, 
1899. pp. 21. Autograph letter of Author. 

Alleman, Tillie Pierce. — At Gettysburg or what a girl saw 
and heard of the Battle. A true narrative. By Mrs. 
Tillie Pierce Alleman. 

New York: W. Lake Borland, 1889. i2mo. pp. 118. 

Allen, E. Livingston. — Descriptive Lecture. Both sides 
of Army Life — The Grave and the Gay. By Rev. E. 
Livingston Allen, Late Sergeant Co. K, 13th N. J. Vols. 

(Poughkeepsie, 1885). 8vo. pp. 16. 

Allen, George H. — Forty-six Months With the Fourth R. I. 
Volunteers, in the War of 1861 to 1865, comprising a 
history of its Marches, Battles, and Camp Life, compiled 
from Journals kept while on duty in the Field and Camp. 
By Corp. Geo. H. Allen, of Co. B. 

Providence, R. I.: J. A. & R. A. Reid, Printers. 1887. 8vo. pp. 389. 

Allen, Jeremiah C. — Adjutant General's Department. 
Subject Index of the General Orders of the War Depart- 
ment, from January 1, 1861, to December 31, 1880. 
Compiled under the direction of Brigadier-General 
Richard C. Drum, Adjutant-General U. S. Army. By 
Jeremiah C. Allen, Adjutant-General's Office. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1882. 8vo. pp. 506. 

Allen, Jeremiah C. — Adjutant General's Department. 
Subject Index of the General Orders of the War Depart- 
ment, from January 1, 1809, to December 31, i860. 
Compiled under the direction of Brigadier-General 
Richard C. Drum, Adjutant-General U. S. Army. By 
Jeremiah C. Allen, Adjutant-General's Office. 

Washington : Government Printing Office. 1886. 8vo. pp. VIII. 3-192. 

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Allen, John F. — Memorial of Pickering Dodge Allen. By his 

Father. 
Boston: Printed by Henry W. Dutton. 1867. i2mo. pp. 174. 

Allen, Lewis W. — Memorial of the late Gen. James S. Wads- 
worth. Delivered before the New York State Agricultural 
Society, at the close of its Annual Exhibition at Rochester, 
September 23d, 1864. By Lewis F. Allen, of Buffalo, 
(Ex-President of the Society.) 

Albany. 1865. 8vo. pp. 38. Autograph letter of Author. 

Allen, Stanton P. — Down in Dixie. Life in a Cavalry 
Regiment in the War Days. From the Wilderness to 
Appomattox. By Stanton P. Allen, of the First Massa- 
chusetts Cavalry. Illustrated by H. G. Laskey. 

Boston: D. Lothrop Company. (1892.) 8vo. pp. XIII. 494 (2). 

Allen, Theodore F. — The Flag Still There. Theodore F. 

Allen. 
Cincinnati, O.: The Western Literary Press, n. d. i2mo. pp. 26. 

Allen, Walter. — Ulysses S. Grant. By Walter Allen. 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. 1901. i6mo. 
PP- 153- 

A'Lord, G. — A Short Narrative and military experience of 

, containing a four years history of the War, 

the * * * of the stamp duties and also patriotic songs 
of the latest selection. 

n. p. 1863. i2mo. pp. 64 

Altsheler, Joseph A. — In Circling Camps. A romance of the 

Civil War. By Joseph A. Altsheler. 
New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1901. i2mo. pp. 419. 

Ambler, Isaac W. — "Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction." 
The Life of Sergeant I. W. Ambler, embracing his nativity, 
poverty and toil when but a child in the coal-mines of 
England. His connection with the British Army, sufferings 
and dissipation. His escape to the United States and 
dissipation continued. His conversion at Newbury, 
Mass., * * * and efforts, sacrifices, and sufferings for his 
adopted country during the late great rebellion. * * * 
Twelve illustrations. 

Boston: Lee & Shepard, Publishers. 1873. 8vo. pp. XII. 319. 

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Ambrose, D. Leib. — History of the 7th Regiment Illinois 
Volunteer Infantry from its first muster into the U. S. 
Service, April 25th, 1861, to its final muster out July 
9th, 1865. 

Springfield, 111. 1868. i2mo. pp. 392. Autograph letter of Author. 

Ames, Adelbert. — Capture of Fort Fisher, North Carolina, 
January 15, 1865. General Adelbert Ames, Late U. S. 
Army. 

n. p. (1897). 8vo. pp. 24. (Slip.) 

Ames, John Worthington. — The Failure at Fort Fisher. 

The Overland Monthly, June, 1870. pp. — 

Ames, John Worthington. — The Second Battle of Bull 
Run. 

The Overland Monthly, May, 1872. pp. — 

Anable, C. W. — A Funeral Discourse, Preached in the Baptist 
Church, at Old Cambridge, May 8, 1864. By Rev. C. W. 
Anable. On the occasion of the Burial of the remains of 
George T. and John H. Tucker, who died in the service 
of their country and were brought home for interment 
under the auspices of the Irving Literary Association. 

Cambridge. 1864. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Anderson, Archer. — Address on the opening of Lee Camp 
Soldiers' Home, May 20th, 1885. By Col. Archer Anderson. 
Richmond: Published by R. E. Lee Camp, No. 1. 1885. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Anderson, Archer. — An Address delivered at the Dedication 
of the Monument to General Robert Edward Lee at 
Richmond, Virginia, May 29, 1890, by Archer Anderson. 
Published by the Lee Monument Association. 

Richmond: Wm. Ellis Jones, Printer. 1890. 8vo. pp. 45. 

Anderson, Archer. — The Campaign and Battle of Chicka- 
mauga. An address delivered before the Virginia Division 
of the Army of Northern Virginia Association at their 
annual meeting, in the Capitol at Richmond, Va., October 
25, 1881, by Archer Anderson, formerly Lieut.-Colonel in 
the Confederate Service, and during the last months of 
the War Adjutant-General of the Army of Tennessee. 

Richmond: William Ellis Jones, Printer. 188 1. 8vo. pp. 38. 

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Anderson, Charles. — Texas, Before and on the Eve of the 
Rebellion. — A paper read before the Cincinnati Society 
of Ex- Army and Navy Officers, January 3d, 1884, by Hon. 
Charles Anderson, late Colonel Ninety-third Ohio 
Volunteer Infantry. 

Cincinnati: Peter G. Thompson, Publisher. 1884. 8vo. pp. 51. 

Anderson, Charles C. — Fighting by Southern Federals in 
which the Author places the numerical strength of the 
Arms that fought for the Confederacy at approximately 
1,000,000 men and shows that 296,576 white soldiers 
living in the South and 137,676 colored soldiers and 
approximately 200,000 men living in the North were 
born in the South, making 634,255 Southern soldiers 
fought for the preservation of the Union. By Charles 
C. Anderson. 

New York: The Neale Publishing Company. 1912. i2mo. pp. 408. 

Anderson, Edward. — Camp Fire Stories. A Series of 
Sketches of the Union Army in the Southwest. By 
Edward Anderson, Colonel 12th Indiana Volunteer 
Cavalry, Past Chaplain-in-Chief G. A. R. Illustrated. 

Chicago: Star Publishing Company. (1896.) i2mo. pp. VIII. 1-274. 

Anderson, Ephraim McD. — Memoirs. Historical and Per- 
sonal; including the Campaigns of the First Missouri 
Confederate Brigade. By Ephraim McD. Anderson. 

Saint Louis. 1868. 8vo. pp. VI. -436. Appendix II. Autograph note of Author. 

Anderson, John. — The Fifty-seventh Regiment of Massa- 
chusetts Volunteers in the War of the Rebellion, 
Army of the Potomac. By Captain John Anderson, 
U. S. Army. 

Boston, Mass. : E. B. Stillings & Co., Printers. 1896. 8vo. pp. XIV. 1-52 1. 

Anderson, Joseph. — History of the Soldiers' Monument 
in Waterbury, Conn., by Joseph Anderson, S. T. D., to 
which is added a list of the Soldiers and Sailors who went 
from Waterbury to fight in the War for the Union. 

(Motto). Printed for the Monument Committee. 1886. 8vo. pp. VIII. 1-170. 

Anderson, J. H. — American Civil War. The operations in 
the Eastern Theatre from the commencement of Hostilities 
to May 5, 1863, and in the Shenandoah Valley from April, 
1861, to June, 1862, by J. H. Anderson, F. R. Hist. Soc. 

London: Hugh Rees, Ltd. 1910. 8vo. pp. 120. (Map). 

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Anderson, J. H. — Grant's Campaign in Virginia May i- 
June 30, 1864. Including the operations in the Shenan- 
doah Valley and on the River James. By J. H. Anderson, 
F. R. Hist. Soc. 

London: Hugh Rees, Ltd. 1908. 8vo. pp. 104. (Map). 

Anderson, J. H. — Notes on the Life of Stonewall Jackson 
and on his Campaign in Virginia, 1861-1863. By J. H. 
Anderson, F. R. Hist. Soc. Barrister-at-Law ; Late 
Lecturer at King's Call, London; Successful Candidate in 
Indian Civil, and Home Civil (Class 1). Examination; 
Lecturer on Military History and Strategy at 5, Lexham 
Gardens, W. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged 
Including papers set at the Promotion Examination,. 
November, 1904, with answers. (With 13 plans in 
pocket.) 

London: Hugh Rees, Ltd. 1905. 8vo. pp. 80. 

Anderson, Thomas McArthur. — Civil War Recollections 
of the Twelfth Infantry. By Brigadier-General T. M. 
Anderson, U. S. Army, formerly Captain Twelfth Infantry. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution. November- December, 1907. 

PP. 379-393- 

Anderson, Thomas McArthur. — Fourteenth Regiment of 
Infantry. By Colonel Thomas M. Anderson, U. S. A., 
Fourteenth Infantry. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution. July, 1890. Vol. XL 

pp. 673-696. 

Anderson, Thomas McArthur. — Political Conspiracies 
Preceding the Rebellion or the time stories of Sumter 
and Pickens. By Thos. M. Anderson, Lieut.-Col., U. S. A. 

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1882. 8vo. pp. 100. 

Anderson, Thomas McArthur. — Was Gettysburg the 
Decisive Battle of the War ? By Col. Thos. M. 
Anderson, 14th U. S. Infantry. 

Journal of U.S. Military Service Institution. March, 1892. pp. 269-275. 

Andrew, John Albion. — An Address on the occasion of 
dedicating the monument to Ladd and Whitney, members 
of the Sixth Regiment, M. V. M., killed at Baltimore, 
Maryland, April 19, 1861, delivered at Lowell, Mass., 
June 17th, 1865. 

Boston. 1865. 8vo. pp. 31. Portrait of Gov. Andrew inserted. 



Andrew, John Albion. — Senate. No. i. Address of His 
Excellency John A. Andrew, to the two branches of the 
Legislature of Massachusetts, January 8, 1864. 

Boston. 1864. 8vo. pp. 83. (Soldiers National Cemetery at Gettysburg.) 

Andrew, John Albion — Butler, Benjamin Franklin. — 
Correspondence Between Gov. Andrew and Major- 
Gen. Butler. 

Boston. 1862. 8vo. pp. — 

Andrews, Christopher Columbus. — History of the Cam- 
paign of Mobile, including the co-operative operations 
of Gen. Wilson's Cavalry in Alabama, by Brevet Major- 
General C. C. Andrews, late commanding the Second 
Division, Thirteenth Army Corps, U. S. Vols., with maps 
and illustrations. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1867. 8vo. pp. 276. 

Andrews, Eliza Frances. — The Wartime Journal of a 
Georgia Girl, 1 864-1 865. By Eliza Frances Andrews. 
Illustrated from Contemporary Photographs. 

New York: D.Appleton& Company. 1908. 8vo. pp.387. 

Andrews, Richard Snowden. — Andrews' Mounted Artil- 
lery Drill, compiled according to the latest Regulations 
from Standard Military Authority, by R. Snowden 
Andrews, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding Battalion 
Artillery. 

Charleston: Evans & Cogswell. 1863. i2mo. pp. 164. Plates 51. (8). 

Andrews, Robert W. — The Life and Adventures of Captain 
Robert W. Andrews, of Sumter, South Carolina, 
extending over a period of 97 years. Replete with startling 
situations and interesting incidents together with reminis- 
cences of the War of 18 12 and the recent "Unpleasant- 
ness" between the North and South. 

Boston: Printed for the Author by E. P. Whitcomb. 1887. 8vo. pp. 87. 

Andrews, Solomon. — Aerial Navigation and a proposal to 
form an Aerial Navigation Company. By Solomon 
Andrews, M. D., the Inventor. 1865. 

New York: John F. Trow, Printer. 1865. 8vo. pp. 32. 

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Anneke, Fritz. — The Second War of Independence of the 
United States of North America. By Fritz Anneke. 

Vol. I. Causes, Rise and Development of the Contest to the fall of 
Fort Sumter. 

Vol. II. Occurrences from the Proclamation of President Lincoln, 
April 15, to the Battle of Bull Run, July 20. 
8vo. pp. — 

Appleton, Nathan. — Harvard College during the War of 

the Rebellion. By Captain Nathan Appleton. 
The New England Magazine. March, 1891. pp. 23. 

Appleton, Nathan. — Harvard College During the War. 
By Capt. Nathan Appleton. Harvard Memorial Poems 
by Emerson, Longfellow, Holmes, Lowell, and S. F. Smith. 

Reproduced from the New England Magazine. 8vo. pp. 30 (1). 

Autograph letter of Author and cuttings inserted. 

Appleton, Samuel. — Address by Samuel Appleton, Esq., at 
the Dedication of the Soldiers' Monument, Southborough, 
Mass., January 1, 1867. 

Boston: Printed by Alfred Mudge & Son. 1867. 8vo. pp. — 

Armstrong, William H. — Red-tape and Pigeon-hole 
Generals, as seen from the ranks during a campaign in 
the Army of the Potomac by a citizen soldier. 

(Motto.) New York: Carleton, Publisher. 1864. i2mo. pp. VIII.-318. 

Autograph note of Col. Armstrong reflects upon Gen. A. A. Humphrey and 

relates the service of the 129th Regt. Pa. Vols. 

Armstrong, Zella. — A National Memorial Park. By Zella 
Armstrong. The Battlefields of Chickamauga and Chat- 
tanooga have been made into a great National Memorial 
of the Civil War, with a remarkable array of Monuments 
recording the Heroism of the Blue and of Gray. 

Munsey's Magazine. October, 1903. pp. 659-672. 

Armstrong, Zella. — The Last of the Confederate Generals. 

Illustrated. By Zella Armstrong. 
Munsey's Magazine. June, 1904. pp. 337-393. 

Arnold, Abraham Kerns. — The Cavalry at Gaines' Mill. 

Colonel A. K. Arnold. 
Journal of U. S. Cavalry Association. December, 1889. pp. 355-362. 



Arnold, Isaac Newton. — Sketch of the Life of Abraham 
Lincoln. Compiled in most part from the History of 
Abraham Lincoln, and the overthrow of Slavery. Published 
by Messrs. Clark and Co., Chicago. By Isaac N. Arnold. 

New York: John B. Bachelder, Publisher. 1869. 8vo. pp. 75 (18). 

Contains as an appendix matter relating to the battle of Gettysburg with 

illustrations by John B. Bachelder. 

Arnold, Matthew. — General Grant, an Estimate. 

Boston: Cupples, Upham & Co. 1887. i2mo. pp. 66. 

Arthur, Chester Allan. — Message from the President of the 
United States, transmitting the offer of Mrs. Grant to 
give to the Government, in perpetual trust, the Military 
and Civil testimonials lately belonging to General Grant. 

48th Congress, 2d Session, Senate, Ex. Document No. 60, February 4, 1885. 

8vo. pp. 5. 

Ashburn, Joseph Nelson. — Fourth Annual Auto Tour of 
the Lotus Eaters, June 18-25, 1912. (Gettysburg.) 

Cleveland: The A. S. Gilman Printing Co. Ry. 8vo. pp. 31. 

Ashburn, Joseph Nelson. — History of the Eighty-sixth 
Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. By Joseph Nelson 
Ashburn, late Private of Company A. 

Cleveland, Ohio. 1909. 8vo. pp. 150. Autograph note of Author. 

Ashe, S. A. — The Charge at Gettysburg. 

Charlotte, N. C. 1887. 8vo. pp.15. Autograph of Author. 

Ashe, S. A. — The Charge at Gettysburg. By S. A. Ashe. 
North Carolina Booklet Vol. 1, March 10, 1902. No. 11. 
Raleigh: Capitol Printing Company. 1902. i2mo. pp.28. 

Ashhurst, Richard Lewis. — Address to the Survivors' 
Association of the 150th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volun- 
teers. Read at Gettysburg, September 25th, 1896, by 
Brevet Major R. L. Ashhurst, First Adjutant of the 
Regiment. 

Philadelphia: Printed by order of the Executive Committee. 1896. 8vo. pp.19- 

Ashhurst, Richard Lewis. — Remarks on Certain Questions 
Relating to the First Day's Fight at Gettysburg. A paper 
read February 10th, 1896, before the Pennsylvania 
Commandery of the Loyal Legion, by R. L. Ashhurst, 
Brevet Major United States Volunteers, late Adjutant 
150th Pennsylvania Volunteers. 

Philadelphia: Press of Allen, Lane & Scott. 1897. 8vo. pp. 29. 

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Aston, Howard. — History and Roster of the Fourth and 
Fifth Independent Battalion and Thirteenth Regiment, 
Ohio Cavalry. * * * Their Battles and Skirmishes, Roster 
of the Dead, Etc. By Howard Aston, Orderly Sergt. 
and First Lieut. Co. F, 13th O. C. Vol. 

Columbus, Ohio: Press of Fred J. Hees. 8vo. pp. I XX. Appendix 1-65. 

Autograph note of Author. 

Aten, Henry J. — History of the Eighty-fifth Regiment, 
Illinois Volunteer Infantry. Compiled and Published 
under the auspices of the Regimental Association. By 
Henry J. Aten, First Sergeant Co. G: Member of the 
Society of the Army of the Cumberland. 

Hiawatha, Kansas. 1901. i2mo. pp. 506. 

Atkins, Smith Dykins. — Chickamauga. Useless, Disastrous 
Battle. Talk by Smith D. Atkins, Opera House, Mendota, 
Illinois, February 22, 1907, at Invitation of Woman's 
Relief Corps, G. A. R. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 13. 

Atkins, Smith Dykins.-NiNETY-SECOND Illinois Volunteers. 

(Motto.) Freeport, Illinois. 1875. i2mo. pp. 390. 

Atkins, Thomas Astley — Oliver, John Wise. — Yonkers in 
the Rebellion of 1 861 -1865. Including a history of 
the erection of the Monument to honor the men of Yonkers 
who fought to save the Union. By Thomas Astley 
Atkins and John Wise Oliver. 

Published by the Yonkers Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Association. 1892. 
4to. pp. 262. (1). 

Atkinson, C. F. — Grant's Campaigns of 1864 and 1865. The 
Wilderness and Cold Harbor, May 3 — June 3, 1864. By 
C. F. Atkinson, Lieutenant 1st Battalion City of London 
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London: Hugh Rees, Ltd. 1908. 8vo. pp. XIV., 1-466. (Map). 

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Atkinson, George W. — W. Va. Soldiers' Monument. Oration 
of Governor G. W. Atkinson, LL. D., at the Dedication of 
the West Virginia Soldiers' Monument at Gettysburg, 
Pa., September 28, 1898. From public addresses, etc., 

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of Geo. W. Atkinson, LL. D., D. C. L., Governor of West 
Virginia, during his term of office. 
(West Virginia) Printed by the Public Printer. 1901. 8vo. pp. 202-207. 

Atkinson, Joseph M. — God, The Giver of Victory and 
Peace. A Thanksgiving Sermon. Delivered in the 
Presbyterian Church, September 18, 1862, Raleigh, N. C, 
by Rev. Joseph M. Atkinson. 

Raleigh, N. C. 1862. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Atteridge, A. Hilliard. — Famous Modern Battles. By A. 

Hilliard Atteridge. With maps and plans drawn by the 

Author. 
Boston: Small, Maynard & Company, Publishers. 1913. 
8vo. pp. VIII. 1-401. 

Atwater, Dorence. — A List of the Union Soldiers Buried at 
Andersonville. Copied from the Official Record in the 
Surgeon's Office at Andersonville. By Dorence Atwater. 

(Motto.) New York: Published by the Tribune Association. 1868. 

Ry. 8vo. pp. 74. 

Atwater, Dorence. — A List of the Union Soldiers Buried at 
Andersonville. Copied from the Official Record in the 
Surgeon's Office at Andersonville. By Dorence Atwater. 

(Motto.) New York: Published by the Tribune Association. 1890. 

Ry. 8vo. pp. 72. 

Atwater, Dorence. — Letter From the Secretary of War in 
answer to a resolution of the House of Representatives, 
of the nth instant, calling for the papers in the care of 
Dorence Atwater, late private in the general service 
United States Army. 

House of Representatives Ex. Document No. 149. 39th Congress, 1st Session. 

July 16, 1866. 8vo. pp. 38. 

Aubery, Doc. — Recollections of a Newsboy in the Army of 
the Potomac 1 861-1865. His Capture and Confinement 
in Libby Prison. After Being Paroled Sharing the Fortunes 
of the Famous Iron Brigade. By Doc. Aubery, Honorary 
Member of the G. A. R., Iron Brigade Association and 
the Wisconsin National Guard. 

n. p. n. d. l2mo. pp. 167. (2). 

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Aubery, James M. — The Thirty-sixth Wisconsin Volun- 
teer Infantry, 1st Brigade, 2d Division, 2d Army Corps, 
Army of the Potomac. An Authentic Record of the 
Regiment from its organization to its muster out. A 
Complete Roster of its Officers and Men with their 
record. A full list of casualties, in detail, dates and 
places. Maps showing its movements. A copy of every 
official paper in the War Department pertaining to the 
regiment, and others pertaining indirectly to the command. 
Illustrations of events, biography, etc. Statistics. With 
Reminiscences from the Author's Private Journal. 
James M. Aubery, Lt. Co. G., 36th Wis. Vol. Inf. 

n. p. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 430. 

Aubin, J. Harris. — Register of the Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion of the United States. Compiled from the 
Registers and Circulars of the Various Commanderies 
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Boston: Published under the Auspices of the Commandery of the State of 
Massachusetts. January 1, 1906. 8vo. pp. 258. 

Auger, L. — La Guerre De Secession Par L. Auger, Capitaine 
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Paris 1 1 , Place Saint Andre-Des Arts. 

Limoges: Henri Charles-Lavauzelle, Editeur Militaire. n. d. 
8vo. pp. 252. (Map). 

Aughey, John H. — Tapelo. By Rev. John H. Aughey, A. M. 
Lincoln, Neb. : State Journal Company, Printers. 1888. 8vo. pp.151. 

Aughey, John H. — The Iron Furnace or Slavery and Secession. 
Philadelphia: W. S. & Alfred Martien. 1863. i2mo. pp. 296. 

Avary, Myrta Lockett. — A Virginia Girl in the Civil War 
1 861 -1 865, being the record of the actual experiences of 
the wife of a Confederate Officer. Collected and edited 
by Myrta Lockett Avary. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1903. i2mo. pp. XX. 1-384. 

Avary, Myrta Lockett. — Dixie After the War. An ex- 
position of the Social Conditions Existing in the South 
during the Twelve Years succeeding the Fall of Richmond. 
By Myrta Lockett Avary, author of a "Virginia Girl in 

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the Civil War, " with an introduction by General Clement 
A. Evans. Illustrated from old paintings, daguerreotypes 
and rare photographs. 
New York: Doubleday, Page & Company. 1906. 8vo. pp. X. 1-435. 

Averell, William Woods. — Report from Committee for relief 

of Maj.-Gen. W. W. Averell. 
House of Representatives, 50th Congress, 1st Session. Report 335. Feb. 7, 
1888. 8vo. pp. 5. 

Averell, William Woods. — Report to accompany bill H. R. 
6794 Authorizing the retirement of Bvt. Maj.-Gen. William 
W. Averell with the rank and pay of a Brigadier-General. 
Jan. 18, 1881. 

46th Congress, 3d Session, House of Representatives. Report No. 91. 

8vo. pp. 5. 

Averill, James P. — Andersonville, Ga. A Brief Description 
of one of the most interesting localities connected with 
the History of the Civil War. How to Reach it. Written 
by James P. Averill, Junior Vice Commander-in-Chief, 
G. A. R. 

Issued by the Passenger Department of the Central of Georgia Railway. 

l2mo. pp. 31. 

Avery, Isaac W. — Georgia Officers who served in the Civil 
War of 1 861 -5 in the Confederate Service, including 
General and Regimental Field Officers and Captains. 

Appendix A, from History of Georgia, Avery. 

(New York. 1882.) 8vo. pp. 657-694. Autograph letter of Col. Avery. 

Avery, P. O. — History of the Fourth Illinois Cavalry 

Regiment. By P. O. Avery, of Co. I, Fourth Illinois. 
Humbolt, Nebraska: The Enterprise. 1903. 8vo. pp. 194. 

Avil, J. Howard. — Gettysburg. The Pictures and the Story. 

Philadelphia: J. Howard Avil, Publisher. 1905. 4to. pp. 64. 

Avirett, James B. — Memoirs of General Turner Ashby and 
his compeers. By Rev. James B. Avirett (Chaplain 
Ashby Cavalry) and other officers of the Army of Northern 
Virginia, C. S. A. 

(Extract.) Baltimore: Selby & Dulany. 1867. i2mo. pp. XII-408. 

Autograph of Col. Ashby Commanding Cavalry C. S. A. inserted with many 

rare cuttings, confederate portraits, etc., etc., and autograph of Author. 

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Ayer, I. Winslow. — The Great Treason Plot in the North 
during the War. Most Dangerous, Perfidious, Extensive 
and Startling Plot ever Devised! Imminent Hidden 
Perils of the Republic. Astounding Developments never 
before published. Illustrated. By Col. I. Winslow Ayer, 
The Preserver of the City of Chicago ; The Daring Officer 
of Secret Service, U. S., by whom the Formidable Con- 
spiracy was Broken Up. The Only Man Living who can 
give all the Thrilling Facts Concerning that Perilous 
Service. Including His Memorial Address Delivered in 
Central Music Hall, Chicago, to Assembled Thousands, 
by request of Many Posts, G. A. R. and by Citizens 
generally. Lieut.-Governor Smith, of Illinois, Presiding. 
The Distinguished Services of Col. Ayer fully Recognized 
by the Highest Civil and Military Authorities of the 
Nation. 

Chicago, 111.: Published by U. S. Publishing Co. i2mo. pp. 453. 

Ayling, Augustus D. — Revised Register of the Soldiers 
and Sailors of New Hampshire in the War of the 
Rebellion 1861-1866. Prepared and published by authority 
of the Legislature, by Augustus D. Ayling, Adjutant- 
General. 

Concord: Ira C. Avans, Public Printer. 1895. 4to. pp. XII-I. 1-1347. 

Ayres, Stephen Cooper. — Miami in the Civil War. Alumni 
Address Delivered June 13, 1906, by Dr. Stephen Cooper 
Ayres, of the Class of '61. 

The Miami Bulletin, October, 1906. 8vo. pp. (14). 
Presentation copy from Author. 

A. F. G. — An Account of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monu- 
ment erected by the People of the City of Nashau, N. H., 
in the year Eighteen Hundred Eighty-nine in honor of 
the men of Nashau who served their Country during the 
War of the Rebellion, A. D. 1861-65. Published by order 
of the City Councils, November, 1889. 

Nashau, N. H.: James H. Barker, City Printer. 1889. 8vo. pp. 124 (1). 

A. S. W. — The Trial and Death of Henry Wirz with Other 

Matters Pertaining Thereto. 
Raleigh: E. M. Uzzell & Co., Printers. 1908. 8vo. pp. 62. 

Active Service in West Virginia. 

The Continental Monthly, Mar., 1862. pp. — 

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A. D. 1862, or How they act in Baltimore. By a Volunteer 

Zouave. 
(Motto.) Baltimore: (1862) Jas. S. Waters. i2mo. pp.12. Fourth Edition. 

A. D. 1862, or The Volunteer Zouave in Baltimore. By an 

Officer of the "Guards." 
Baltimore. 1862. l2mo. pp. 7. First Edition. 

Addenda and Corrections to the Book " Illinois at Vicksburg. " 
Published by Authority of the State of Illinois and Pre- 
pared, Printed and Distributed by the Illinois- Vicksburg 
Military Park Commission in 1907. 

Chicago: Illinois- Vicksburg Park Commission, December 20, 19 10. 

Sm. 4to. pp. (5) 

Address commemorative of the Services of the Alumni and 
former Students of Lafayette College in the War for the 
Union, delivered by Prof. Henry T. Lee before the trustees 
and alumni of the College, Tuesday, July 24, 1866, to- 
gether with the roll of honor and obituaries of the dead. 

Easton, Pa.: Published by the Board of Trustees. 1867. 8vo. pp. 40. 

Address of Congress to the People of the Confederate States. 

Joint resolutions in relation to the War. 
(Richmond. 1863.) 8vo. pp. 8. 

Address of the Merchants of the City of Norfolk, Va., to 
Brigadier-General Henry M. Naglee; and His Reply. 
October, 1863. 

Philadelphia. 1863. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Addresses, delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives 
of Connecticut, in Honor of Colonel Charles L. Russell. 
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New Haven: Babcock & Sizer, State Printers. 1862. 8vo. pp. 35. 

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Army of Virginia. Northern Virginia Campaign. Organiza- 
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Army of the Cumberland. Legends of the Operations of the 

Army of the Cumberland. 
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Washington. Adjutant-General's Office. November 18, 1882. 8vo. pp. 6. 
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Army of the Potomac. Chancellorsville Campaign. Oganiza- 
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Army of the Potomac. Consolidated morning report of the 
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Army of the Potomac. Consolidated Morning Report of the 
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Army of the Potomac. Consolidated morning report of the 
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Army of the Potomac. History of its Campaigns, The Penin- 
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New York: Tribune Office. 1863. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Army of the Potomac. Instructions, Countersign, Signals, 
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(Washington, D. C.) A. G. O. 1880. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Army of the Potomac. Maryland Campaign, 1862. Organiza- 
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Army of the Potomac. Maryland Campaign, 1862. Organiza- 
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Army of the Potomac. The Maryland Campaign, 1862. 
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Army of the Potomac. Organization of the Army of the 

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Army of the Potomac. Organization of the Army of the 
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Washington. Adjutant-General's Office. July 10, 1882. 8vo. pp. 5. 

Army of the Potomac. Organization of the Army of the 
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Washington, D. C. War Records Office. 1882. 8vo. pp. 10. 

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Army of the Potomac. Organization of the Army of the 
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Army of the Potomac. Organization of the Army of the 
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Washington. 1886. 8vo. pp. 16. 50 copies printed. 

Army of the Potomac. The Wilderness Campaign. Organiza- 
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Army of Tennessee (C. S. A.) for February, 1864. 
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Army of the Tennessee. Organization of the Cavalry Army 

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November 20, 1863. 

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Army of the Confederate States of America. 

Atlanta: Goulding & Whittaker. 1861. 481110. pp. 201 (1). 
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Fort Walker, Port Royal, S. C, Nov. 7, 1861, by Jas. McDonough, Orderly- 
Sergeant U. S. S. Frigate Wabash." 

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Confederate States, in accordance with late acts of Con- 
gress, revised from the Army Regulations of the old 
United States Army, 1857; retaining all that is essential 
for officers of the line, to which is added an act for the 
establishment and organization of the Army of the 
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the government of the Army of the Confederate States 
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re-organization of the Army December, 12, 1878. 
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1878. 8vo. pp. XII. 1-459. 

Artillery in the Army of Northern Virginia. "After 

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Artillery Organization, etc., of the Confederate States Army. 
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A Souvenir of the Unveiling of the Richmond Howitzer Monu- 
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A Statement of the continuous services of Bvt. Lieut.-Col. 
H. W. Janes, Major U. S. A., Retired; in the Quarter- 
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years. 

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Atlanta Campaign (The) Organization of the Union (Field) 
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Atlas of the Battlefield of Antietam Prepared under the 
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Ourand, 1899. Position of Troops by Gen. E. A. Carman. 
Published by authority of the Secretary of War under the 
direction of the Chief of Engineers, U. S. A. 1904. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1904. 
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Atlas of the Battlefields of Chickamauga, Chattanooga 
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Washington. 1897. Folio, plates I.-VII. 

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Frank G. Smith, U. S. A., General H. M. Duffield, Assist- 
ant in Historical Work, Mr. J. P. Smartt, Assistant in 
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Washington: Government Printing Office. 1901. Folio, pp. 35. 

Atlas to accompany the Official Records of the Union and 
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Lamont, Secretaries of War, by Major George B. Davis, 
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Joseph W. Kirkley, Civilian Expert. Compiled by 
Captain Calvin D. Cowles, 23d U. S. Infantry. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1891-1895. 

Folio. Plates on guards. 

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Plates 172 to 175 Miscellaneous. 

A Tribute to Grace, Daughter of the 14th Regiment, Wisconsin 
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August 26-30, 1889. 

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New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1864. i2mo. pp. 253. 

A True Story of Lucknow. 

Richmond, Va.: Presbyterian Committee of Publication. i8mo. pp. 8. 

Attack on Petersburg. Report of the Committee on the 
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30th day of July, 1864. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1865. 8vo. pp. 272. 

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Autographs of Confederate Generals. A collection of the 
Autograph Signatures of Confederate Generals cut from 
official documents and neatly mounted. 

4to. pp. (124). Series unique. 

A Woman's Example and a Nation's Work. A tribute to 

Florence Nightingale. 
London: William Ridgway. 1864. 18 mo. pp. 90. 



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L. Raymond, a Union Soldier, delivered on Sunday, 
April 3, 1865, by Benjamin B. Babbitt, Rector of Christ 
Church, Andover. 

Andover: Printed by Warren F. Draper. 1865. i6mo. pp. 32. 

Babcock, William A. — The 114TH Regiment, Pennsylvania 
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Philadelphia: The Times. Saturday, April 24, 1886. i2mo. pp. (22). 

Bache, Richard Meade. — Life of General George Gordon 
Meade, Commander of the Army of the Potomac. By 
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maps. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia: Henry T.Coates& Co. 1897. 8vo. pp. XXII. 1-596. 
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Bachelder, John B. — Gettysburg Battlefield. (Isometrical 

Drawing.) Proof. 
Boston: John B. Bachelder. 1863. 36^x26^ on linen. Portfolio. 

Bachelder, John B. — Descriptive Key to the painting of the 
repulse of Longstreet's assault at the Battle of Gettysburg 
(July 3, 1863), historically arranged by John B. Bachelder, 
and painted by James Walker. Embracing a brief 
outline of the battle, showing the relative positions of the 
contending forces and explaining the points of local and 
military interest delineated by the artist, with appendix 
containing private letters and official reports from both 
Armies showing the Authorities for the painting, with a 
complete index of the officers and troops mentioned. By 
John B. Bachelder, A. M. 

New York: Published by the Author. 1870. Ry. 8vo. pp. 94. 

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Bachelder, John B. — Gettysburg. Description of the paint- 
ing of the repulse of Longstreet's assault painted by 
James Walker. Historical arrangement and description 
by John B. Bachelder, A. M. 

New York: Published by John B. Bachelder. 1870. 

8vo. pp. 43. (7) and folded plate. 

Autograph letters Gen. Longstreet, and John B. Bachelder. 

Bachelder, John B. — Gettysburg. Description of the paint- 
ing of Longstreet's assault painted by James Walker. 
Historical arrangement and description by John B. 
Bachelder. 

Boston: Published by John B. Bachelder. 1884. 8vo. pp. 43. 

Key to the painting inserted. 

Bachelder, John B. — Gettysburg: What to see and how to see 

it, embodying full information for visiting the field, 
beautifully embellished with woodcuts, with complete 
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Gettysburg Battlefield, showing the position of every 
regiment and battery of both armies. By John B. 
Bachelder. 

Boston: John B. Bachelder, Publisher. 1875. i2mo. pp. 148. 
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Bachelder, John B. — Gettysburg. What to see, and how to 
see it. Embodying full information for visiting the 
field. By John B. Bachelder. 

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8vo. pp. 150 and Map. Ninth Edition. 

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description of the Battle. 

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of the Battle of Gettysburg. Repulse of Long- 
street's Assault July 3, 1863. 

4to. on linen. 

Bachelder, John B. — List of Regiments and Batteries 
engaged in the opening scenes of the Battle of Gettysburg 
representing the tactical evolutions of Twelve Phases of 
Battle. 

1894. i8mo. pp. (12). 25 copies printed. 

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Gregg's (Union) and Stuart's (Confederate) Cavalry at 
the Battle of Gettysburg July 3, 1863. Surveyed by 
Frank O. Maxson, C. E., under the direction of John B. 
Bachelder. Authorized by act of Congress. Approved 
June 9, 1880. 

Washington. 1887. 4 sheets mounted on linen. Proof impressions. 

25 copies printed. 

Bachelder, John B. — Ms. Notes relating to the services of 

Troops at Gettysburg. 1863. 
Sm. 4to. pp. 54. 

Bachelder, John B. — Reasons Why the Lines of Battle of 
the Army of Northern Virginia at Gettysburg should be 
marked. 

Hyde Park, Mass. 1889. 4to. pp. (10). 

Backus, Samuel Woolsey. — California in the Field. 
Historical Sketch of the Organization and Services of the 
California "Hundred" and "Battalion," 2d Massachusetts 
Cavalry. A paper prepared and read before California 
Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion 
of the United States, December 17, 1889, by Companion 
Samuel W. Backus, Late Co. "L," 2d Massachusetts 
Cavalry. 

San Francisco. 1890. 8vo. pp.21. 

Bacon, Edward. — Among the Cotton Thieves. By Edward 

Bacon, Colonel of Sixth Michigan Volunteers. 
Detroit: The Free Press. 1867. 8vo. pp. 299. 

Bacon, William Johnson — Memorial of William Kirkland 
Bacon, late Adjutant of the Seventy-sixth Regiment of 
New York State Volunteers, by his father. 

Utica, N. Y.: Roberts, Printer. 1863. i2mo. pp.28. 

Bacon, William Johnson. — Memorial of William Kirkland 
Bacon, late Adjutant of the Twenty-sixth Regiment of 
New York State Volunteers, by his father. 

Utica, N. Y.: Roberts, Printer. 1863. i2mo. pp. 83. 

Badeau, Adam. — Grant in Peace, from Appomattox to 
Mount McGregor. A personal Memoir by Adam Badeau. 
Hartford, Conn. 8vo. pp. 591 (1). 

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Badeau, Adam. — Life and Service of General U. S. Grant, 
Conqueror of the Rebellion and Eighteenth President 
of the United States. This life of General Grant has 
been compiled from the most authentic sources and is 
published under the authority of the Republican National 
and Congressional Committees. The undersigned are 
responsible for all statements of facts that it contains: 
W. E. Chandler, Secretary Republican National Com- 
mittee; T. L. Tullock, Secretary Republican Congressional 
Committee. 

Washington, D. C: Philp & Solomons. 1868. 8vo. pp. 160. 

Badeau, Adam. — Military History of Ulysses S. Grant, 
from April, 1861, to April, 1865, by Adam Badeau, Colonel 
and Aide-de-Camp to the General in Chief, Brevet 
Brigadier-General U. S. Army. 

New York: D. Appleton and Company. 1868-1881. 8vo. 

Vol. I, pp. XIII. (1) 1-763. Vol. II, pp. X. (1) 1-591. 

Vol. Ill, pp. IX. (1) 1-733. 

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Badeau, Adam. — The Mystery of Grant. By Adam Badeau. 

The Cosmopolitan. March, 1896. pp. 432-492. 

Badeau, Adam — Early, Jubal Anderson. — The Relative 
Strength of the Armies in Virginia, 1 864-1 865. 

The Historical Magazine, Vol. IX. New Series. February, 1871. 
pp. 102-111. 

Baer, George Frederick. — Oration of George F. Baer at 
the Unveiling of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument at 
Allentown, Penna., October 19, 1899. 

n. p. n. d. 1899. 4to. pp. 8. 

Bahnson, Henry T. — The Last Days of the War. By 
Henry T. Bahnson. North Carolina Booklet. Vol. II. 
April, 1903. No. 12. 

Hamlet, N. C: Capital Printing Co. 1903. i2mo. pp. 22 (11). 

Bailey, George W. — A Private Chapter of the War, 1861-5, 
By George W. Bailey, late First-Lieut. 6th Mo. Infy., 
and A. D. C. 2d Div. Staff, 15th Army Corps. 

St. Louis: G. J. Jones and Company. 1880. i6mo. pp. VIII. 1-271. 
Autograph note of Author. 

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By Henry Carey Baird. (Read before the American 

Philosophical Society, October 20, 1899.) 
Philadelphia, n. d. 8vo. pp. 10. 

Baird, J. M.— The 32D Regiment, U. S. C. T., at the Battle of 

Honey Hill, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 4. Autograph letter of Author. 

Baker, C. Alice. — Old Abe. The War Eagle of Wisconsin. 
By C. Alice Baker. Printed for the Benefit of the 
Deerfield Academy and Dickinson High School. 

(Motto.) Deerfield, Mass. 1904. 4to. pp. 22. 

Baker, Lafayette Curry. — History of the United States 
Secret Service. By General L. C. Baker, Chief National 
Detective Police. 

Philadelphia: Published by L. C. Baker. 1867. 8vo. pp. 693. Appendix (10). 

Baker, Levi W. — History of the Ninth Mass. Battery, 
Recruited July, 1862; Mustered in Aug. 10, 1862, Mus- 
tered out June 9, 1865, at the close of the Rebellion. By 
Levi W. Baker, Marlboro, Mass. 

South Framingham, Mass.: Lakeview Press, J. C. Clark Printing Co. 1888. 

8vo. pp. VI. 261 (1). 

Baker, Napoleon B. — Histories of Iowa Regiments, Reports 
of Battles and Skirmishes in which they were engaged 
during the Rebellion. Compiled by the Adjutant-General. 

Des Moines. 1862-69. 8vo. 3 Vols. pp. — 

Autograph note of Gen. Baker. Unique Set. 

Baker, William Mumf ord. — Inside : A Chronicle of Secession, 
by George F. Harrington, with illustrations by Thomas 

Nast. 
New York: Harper Brothers. 1866. 8vo. pp. 223. 

Balch, William Ralston. — Life and Public Services of 
General Grant, being a complete life of the great hero, 
following his career from the cradle to its close, with the 
fullest particulars of his share in the Mexican War and the 
Civil Conflict of 1 861 -1865; his career as President of the 
United States for eight years; his notable journey around 
the World; his trip to Mexico; his life in New York, and 
the sad scenes of his last hours. By William Ralston 
Balch. Copiously illustrated. 

Ralph H. Park & Co., Publishers. 1885. 8vo. pp. 613. 

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Balch, William Ralston. — The Battle of Gettysburg. 

An Historical Account. 
Philadelphia. 1885. i6mo. pp. X. 28. XV. 

Baldwin, Frank. — A Virginia Raid in 1906. By Frank 

Baldwin, hereafter known as the "Dough Boy." 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 49. 

Ballard, Henry. — In the Matter of the Application of Dr. 
William Seward Webb for Admission to the Military- 
Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Brief 
for Application. By Lieut. Henry Ballard, U. S. V. 
For the Committee of the Vermont Commandery. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 22. 50 copies printed. 

Ballier, John Frederick. — Ausing aus dem Leben von 
General John F. Ballier. 

n. d. (Philadelphia.) 8vo. pp. 4. 

Balme, Joshua R. — Synopsis of the American War. By 

J. R. Balme. 
London: Hamilton, Adams & Co. 
i6mo. (Paged from 547 to 776 and with Appendix of American Documents.) 

Balme, Joshua R. — The War Crusade or Plain Facts for 
Earnest Men. By the Rev. Joshua R. Balme, * * * and 
"Letters on the American Republic." 1863. 

London: Hamilton, Adams & Co. n. d. i6mo. pp. (38). 

Baltz, John D. — Hon. Edward D. Baker, U. S. Senator from 
Oregon. Col. E. D. Baker's defence in the Battle of 
Ball's Bluff, fought October 21, 1861, in Virginia, and 
slight biographical sketches of Colonel Baker and Generals 
Wistar and Stone. By John D. Baltz, late Lieutenant, 
formerly a private, Co. H, 71st Penna. Vols. 

Lancaster, Pa.: Published for the Author. 1888. i2mo. pp. 248. 

Banes, Charles Henry. — History of the Philadelphia 
Brigade. Sixty-ninth, Seventy-first, Seventy-second and 
One Hundred and Sixth Pennsylvania Volunteers. By 
Charles H. Banes, late Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel and 
Assistant Adjutant-General Volunteers. 

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1876. i2mo. pp. 315. 

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Bangs, Isaac Sparrow. — Military History of Waterville, 
Maine, including the names and record, so far as known, 
of all soldiers from Waterville, in the Several Wars of the 
Republic. A portion of the Records of the Waterville 
Monument Association, and a sketch of W. S. Heath Post, 
No. 14, G. A. R. By Brevet Brig.-General Isaac S. Bangs. 

Augusta: Kennebec Journal Print. 1902. 8vo. pp. 75. 

Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss. — An Address delivered by Maj.- 
General N. P. Banks, at the Customhouse, New Orleans, 
on the Fourth of July, 1865. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss. — Department of the Gulf. 

Historical Sketch of Major-General N. P. Banks' Civil 

and Military Administration in Louisiana. 
New York. 1864. 8vo. pp. 12. Tenth Edition. 

Banks, R. W. — The Battle of Franklin, November 30, 1864. 
The Bloodiest Engagement of the War Between the States. 
By R. W. Banks, Captain Co. D, Thirty-seventh Missis- 
sippi Consolidated Infantry; Lieutenant-Colonel Com- 
manding Third Mississippi Infantry, United States 
Volunteers, Spanish-American War. 

New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. 1908. 

8vo. pp. 88. 

Barber, James. — The Nation's Defenders. The New Jersey 
and the National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. 
How they are cared for. By James Barber, Eighth 
New Jersey Regiment. 

Newark, N. J.: Published by Martin R. Dennis. 1874. l2mo. pp.82. Second 

Edition, Enlarged. 

Barber, J. — War Letters of a Disbanded Volunteer, 
embracing his experiences as honest old Abe's bosom 
friend and un-official adviser. 

(Motto.) New York: Frederic A. Brady, Publisher. 1864. i2mo. pp. 132. 

Barber, John Warner — Howe, Henry. — The Loyal West 
in the times of the Rebellion, also before and since, being 
an encyclopedia and panorama of the Western States, 
Pacific States and Territories of the Union. Historical, 

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Geographical and Pictorial, illustrated by more than two 
hundred engravings, presenting views of all the cities and 
principal towns — public buildings and monuments — 
battlefields, historic localities — natural curiosities, and 
scenes illustrating the times of the Rebellion, etc., prin- 
cipally from drawings taken on the spot by the authors. 
By John W. Barber and Henry Howe. 
Cincinnati: Published by F. A. Howe. 1865. 8vo. pp. 5. VIII-XII. 13-764. 

Barbiere, Joe. — Scraps from the Prison Table at Camp 

Chase and Johnson's Island. By Joe Barbiere, Lieut.- 
Col. late C. S. A. 

Doylestown, Pa.: W. W. H. Davis, Printer. 1868. 8vo. pp. VI.-397. 

Barbour, William M. — A Brief Historical Sketch of the 

Thirty-seventh Regiment, N. C. T. 
Our Living and Our Dead. July 30, 1873. pp. (2). 

Bardeen, C. W. — A Little Fifer's War Diary with 17 Maps, 
60 portraits, and 246 other illustrations. By C. W. 
Bardeen, Editor of the School Bulletin. Formerly of 
Co. D, 1st Mass. Vol. Inf., with an introduction by 
Nicholas Murray Butler, LL. D., President of Columbia 
College. 

Syracuse, N. Y.: C. W. Bardeen, Publisher. 1910. Ry. 8vo. pp. 329. 

Barker, Theodore G. — Address before the Washington Artillery 
Club on their Anniversary 22d February, 1876, at Hibernian 
Hall, Charleston, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 1876. 8vo. pp. 15. Autograph letter of Major Barker. 

Barnard, George N. — Photographic Views of Sherman's 
Campaign, from Negatives taken in the Field by Geo. N. 
Barnard, Official Photographer of the Military Div. of 
the Mississippi. 

New York. 1866. 8vo. pp. 30. 

Barnard, John Gross. — A Report on the Defences of 

Washington to the Chief of Engineers U. S. Army. 
Washington. 1871. 4*0. pp. — 

Barnard, John Gross. — Eulogy on the Late Bvt. Maj.-Gen. 

Joseph G. Totten, Chief Engineer United States Army. 

Washington. 1866. 8vo. pp. — Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

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Barnard, John Gross. — Letter to the Editors of the 
National Intellingencer, in answer to the charges 
against the United States Military Academy, in the 
report of the Secretary of War of July, 1861. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1862. 8vo. pp. 18. 

Presentation copy. Autograph letter of Gen. Barnard. 

Barnard, John Gross. — The C. S. A. and The Battle of 
Bull Run. (A letter to an English friend.) With five maps. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1862. 8vo. pp. 136. 

Autograph letter of Gen. Barnard giving list of his books relating to the War. 

Presentation copy from Prof. Coppe6 to Prof. Geo. Allen, LL. D. 

Barnard, John Gross. — The Peninsular Campaign and its 
antecedents, as developed by the report of Major-Gen. 
Geo. B. McClellan, and other published documents. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1864. 8vo. i2mo. pp. 96. 
Autograph note of Gen. Barnard. 

Barnard, John Gross — Barry, William Farquhar. — Report 
on the Engineer and Artillery Operations of the Army 
of the Potomac from its organization to the close of the 
Peninsular Campaign. Illustrated by eighteen maps, 
plans, etc. 

New York. 1863. 8vo. pp. — Autograph letters of Authors. 

Barnard, J. M. — Major-General George H. Thomas of the 
Army of the United States. 

l2mo. pp. (8). Privately printed. Autograph note of Author. 

Barnes, James A — Carnahan, James R — McCain, Thomas 

H. — The Eighty-Sixth Regiment, Indiana Volunteer 
Infantry. A Narrative of its Services in the Civil War of 
1 861 -1 865. Written by a Committee consisting of James 
A. Barnes, James R. Carnahan and Thomas H. McCain. 

Crawfordsville, Ind.: The Journal Company, Printers. 1895. 
8vo. pp. VIII. 1-613. (1) 

Barnes, William Henry Linow. — "Grant," A Study. A 
Paper read before California Commandery of the Military 
Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, December 
22, 1896. By Companion William Henry Linow Barnes. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 20. 

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Barnet, James. — The Martyrs and Heroes of Illinois in 
the great rebellion. Biographical sketches. Illustrated 
with portraits. 

Chicago. 1866. 8vo. pp. 253. Autograph letter of Author. 

Barnett, Simeon. — History of the Twenty-Second Regi- 
ment, Iowa Volunteer Infantry, from the date of enlist- 
ment to muster out of service of the United States, 
giving all the important events in its campaigns in 
Missouri, in the Seige and capture of Vicksburg, in the 
Texas Expedition and in the Shenandoah Valley, by 
Simeon Barnett, Drum Major and Principal Musician of 
the Regiment. 

Iowa City, Iowa: N. H. Brainerd, Publisher. 1865. 8vo. pp. 36. 

Barney, C. — Recollections of Field Service with the 
Twentieth Iowa Infantry Volunteers, or what I saw in the 
Army; embracing accounts of Marches, Battles, Sieges 
and Skirmishes, in Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, 
Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, Texas, and along the 
Northern Border of Mexico. By Capt. C. Barney. 

Davenport: Printed for the Author at the Gazette Job Rooms. 1865. 

l2mo. pp. VIII. 323. 

Barney, C. Henry. — A Country Boy's First Three Months 
in The Army. By C. Henry Barney, formerly corporal 
Fifth Battalion Rhode Island Volunteers. 

Providence: N. Bangs Williams & Co. 1880. Sm. 4to. pp. 47. 

Autograph note of Author. 

Barney, C. Henry. — The RJeno Memorial, South Mountain, 
Md. Unveiled, September 14, 1889, its inception, erection 
and dedication. Edited by Gen. C. H. Barney, Secretary 
of the Society of the Burnside expedition and of the Ninth 
Army Corps. . 

Published by order of the Society. 1 89 1. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Barnum, Henry A. — Oration delivered by Major-General 
Henry A. Barnum, before the Society of the Army of the 
Cumberland at Detroit, Nov. 15, 1871. 

New York: E. S. Dodge & Co. 1871. 8vo. pp. 21. 

Barr, Thomas Francis. — Costs and Compensations of the 
War. A paper read before the Illinois Commandery of 
the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United 
States, December 13, 1888, by Lieut.-Col. Thomas F. 
Barr, Deputy Judge Advocate-General U. S. Army. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 10. Autograph of Author. 

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Barrett, Edwin S. — What I Saw at Bull Run. An address 
delivered in the Town Hall, Concord, Mass., July 21, 1886, 
on the 25th Anniversary of the Battle of Bull Run at the 
Re-Union of the Veterans of Co. G (Concord Artillery), 
Fifth Regiment, M. V. M. Capt. George L. Prescott. 

Boston: Beacon Press; Thomas Todd, Printer. 1886. 8vo. pp. 48. 

Autograph of Author. 

Barrett, Joseph O. — History of "Old Abe," The Live War 
Eagle of the Eighth Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteers. 
By Joseph O. Barrett. Published by Alfred L. Sewell. 

(Motto.) Chicago: Dunlop, Sewell & Spalding, Printers. 1865. 8vo. pp.71. 

Photographs, etc., and Newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Barrett, Joseph O— The Soldier Bird. "Old Abe:" The live 
war-eagle of Wisconsin, that served a three years' cam- 
paign in the great rebellion. By J. O. Barrett. 

(Motto.) Madison, Wis.: Atwood & Culver, Publishers. 1876. 

l2mo. pp. 128. Second Edition. 

Barrett, O. S. — Reminiscences, Incidents, Battles, Marches 
and Camp Life of the Old 4th Michigan Infantry in War 
of Rebellion, 1861 to 1864. By O. S. Barrett, late Lieut. 
Co. B, 4th Michigan Infantry. Dedicated to the Sur- 
vivors of the Regiment. 

(Motto.) Detroit, Mich.: W. S. Ostler, Publisher. 1888. 8vo. pp. 44 (1). 

Barrett, William H. — Oration at the Tomb of Gen'l Hector 
Tyndale, May 30, 1889, by Adjutant William H. Barrett, 
of Post 160, Department of Pennsylvania, Grand Army 
of the Republic. 

Philadelphia. 1889. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Barriger, John Walker. — Legislative History of the Sub- 
sistence Department of the United States Army from 
June 16, 1775, to August 15, 1876. By John W. Barriger. 

Washington. 1877. 8vo. pp. 113. XV. Second Edition. 

Barriger, John Walker. — The Subsistence Department. 
By Bvt. Brig.-Gen. John W. Barriger, Assistant Commis- 
sary-General U. S. Army. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution Jan., 1893. pp. 215-230. 

Barrington, William L. — Reflections on Some of the 
Results of the Late American War; being a lecture 
delivered in the Friend's Institute, Moleswith Street, 
Dublin, on Thursday, March 29, 1866, by William L. 
Barrington, A. M., of Dublin. 

Dublin: R. D. Webb & Son, Printers. 1866. 8vo. pp. 43. 

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Barron, S. B. — The Lone Star Defenders. A chronicle of 
the Third Texas Cavalry, Ross Brigade. By S. B. 
Barron, of the Third Texas Cavalry. 

New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. 1901. 

i2mo. pp. 276. 

Barrows, William. — Honor to the Brave. A Discourse de- 
livered in the Old South Church, Reading, Mass., August 
23, 1863, on the return of Co. D, Fiftieth Reg., Mass. 
Vols., by the Rev. William Barrows. Published by 
general request. 

Boston: John M. Whittemore & Co. 1863. 8vo. pp. 19. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Barry, Joseph. — The Annals of Harper's Ferry from the 
establishment of the National Armory in 1794, to the 
present time, 1869, with anecdotes of Harper's Ferrians. 
By Josephus, Jr. 

Hagerstown, Md.: Dechert & Co., Printers. 1869. 8vo. pp. 64. 

Barry, Joseph. — The Annals of Harper's Ferry with 
sketches of its founder, and many prominent characters 
connected with its history, anecdotes, etc. By Josephus, Jr. 

Martinsburg, W. Va. 1872. 8vo. pp. 176. Second Edition. 

Barry, Joseph. — The Strange Story of Harper's Ferry with 
Legends of the Surrounding Country. By Joseph Barry, 
a resident of the place for half a century. 

Martinsburg, W. Va.: Thompson Brothers. 1903. i2mo. pp. 233. 

Barstow, Charles L. — The Civil War. Edited by Charles L. 

Barstow. Century Readings in United States History. 
New York: The Century Co. 1912. i2mo. pp. 224. 

Bartles, William Lewis. — Massacre of Confederates by 
Osage Indians in 1863. By W. L. Bartles (Dec. 2, 1902), 
Kansas State Historical Society. 

n, p. h. d. 8vo. pp. 62-66. 

Bartlett, A. W. — History of the Twelfth Regiment, New 
Hampshire Volunteers, in the War of the Rebellion. By 
Capt. A. W. Bartlett, Historian Twelfth Regiment 
Association. 

Concord, N. H.: Ira C. Evans, Printer. 1897. Ry.,8vo. pp. X. 1-752. 87. 

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Bartlett, Charles H. — Oration of Hon. Charles H. Bartlett, 
on Gen. Gilman Marston, before the Posts of the G. A. R., 
at Manchester, N. H., Memorial Day, May 30, 1891. 

Manchester, N. H.: Printed by John B. Clarke. 1891. 8vo. pp. 22. 

Bartlett, John Russell. — Memoirs of Rhode Island Officers 
who were engaged in the service of their country during 
the Great Rebellion of the South, illustrated with thirty- 
four portraits. By John Russell Bartlett. 

Providence: Sidney S. Rider & Brother. 1867. 4to. pp. VIII. 9. 452. 

Cuttings inserted. 

Bartlett, John Russell. — The Literature of the Rebellion. 
A catalogue of Books and pamphlets relating to the Civil 
War in the United States and on subjects growing out of 
that event, together with works on American Slavery, 
and Essays from Reviews and Magazines on the same 
subjects, compiled by John Russell Bartlett. 

Boston: Draper & Halliday. Providence: Sidney S. Rider & Bro. 1866. 

Ry. 8vo. pp. IV. 6-447. Autograph note of Author. 250 copies printed. 

Bartlett, John Russell. — The Soldiers' National Cemetery 
at Gettysburg, with the proceedings at its consecration, 
at the laying of the corner stone of the Monument and at 
its dedication. 

Providence. 1874. 4to. pp. — 

"Privately printed and for distribution to the Board of Commissioners of the 

Cemetery." 

Bartlett, Napier. — A Soldier's Story of the War; including 
the Marches and Battles of the Washington Artillery and 
of other Louisiana Troops. 

(Motto.) New Orleans: Clark & Hofeline. 1874. 8vo. pp. X.-259. 
Autograph note of Col. Walton, Chief of Artillery, Longstreet's Corps. 

Bartlett, Napier. — Military Record of Louisiana including 
biographical and historical papers relating to the military 
organizations of the State. A soldier's story of the late 
War, Muster Rolls, Lists of Casualties in various Regi- 
ments (so far as known), Cemeteries where Buried, 
Company Journals, Personal Narratives of Prominent 
Actors, etc. By Napier Bartlett. 

(Motto.) New Orleans: L. Graham & Co., Printers. 1875. 

8vo. pp. 68. 58. 62. X. 5-259. 5 Portraits. Autograph letter of Author. 

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Bartlett, Washington Allon. — The Memorial of Col. 
Washington Allon Bartlett, of the Volunteer Naval 
Brigade of New York, to the Hon. E. D. Morgan, Governor 
of the State and Major-General U. S. Army. 

New York: W. H. Tinson, Printer. 1862. 8vo. pp. 58. 

Bartol, Cyrus Augustus. — Conditions of Peace. A Dis- 
course Delivered in the West Church, in Memory of 
David Kimball Hobart, June 14, 1863. By C. A. Bartol. 

Boston: Walker, Wise & Company. 1863. 8vo. pp.28. 

Bartol, Cyrus Augustus. — Our Sacrifice. A Sermon 
Preached in the West Church, November 3, 1861, being 
the Sunday after the funeral of Lieut. William Lowell 
Putnam. By C. A. Bartol. Published by request. 

Boston: Ticknor & Fields. 186 1. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Bartol, Cyrus Augustus. — The Nation's Hour. A tribute 
to Major Sidney Williard delivered in the West Church 
December 21, Forefathers' Day. 

Boston: Walker, Wise & Co. 1862. 8vo. pp. 58. 

Bartol, Cyrus Augustus. — The Purchase by Blood. A 
tribute to Brig.-Gen. Charles Russell Lowell, Jr., spoken 
in the West Church Oct. 30, 1864. 

Boston: John Wilson & Son. 1864. 8vo. pp.21. 

Barton, Clara. — Roll of Missing Men No. i. To Returned 

Soldiers and Others. By Clara Barton. 
Washington, D. C. June 1, 1865. (Broadside mounted on cloth.) 

Barton, George. — Angels of the Battlefield. A history of 
the labors of the Catholic Sisterhoods in the Late Civil 
War. By George Barton. 1897. 

Philadelphia, Pa.: The Catholic Art Publishing Company. 
Ry. 8vo. pp. XVI. 1-302. 

Barton, John Bell. — A Memoir of General Louis Bell, late 
Col. of the Fourth N. H. Regiment, who fell at the 
assault on Fort Fisher, N. C, January 15, 1865. By 
John Bell Barton. Read before the N. E. Historical 
Society, Sept. 14, 1865. 

New York. Published by request. 1865. 8vo. pp. 53. 
Autograph note of Author. 

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Barton, Thomas H. — Autobiography of Thomas H. Barton, 
The Self Made Physician of Syracuse, Ohio, including a 
history of the Fourth Regt. West Va. Vol. Inf., with an 
account of Col. Lightburn's Retreat Down the Kanawha 
Valley. Gen. Grant's Vicksburg and Chattanooga Cam- 
paigns together with the Several Battles in which the 
Fourth Regiment was engaged, and its losses by disease, 
desertion and in Battle. By Dr. T. H. Barton. 

Charleston: West Virginia Printing Co. 1890. 8vo. pp. VIII. 1-340. 

Barton, William E. — A Hero in Homespun. A Tale of the 
Loyal South. By William E. Barton, Author of Pine 
Knot, etc. New Edition. 

New York: D. Appleton and Company. 1901. i2mo. pp. 393. 

Barton, William E. — The Cumberland Mountains and the 
Struggle for Freedom. By Rev. William E. Barton, D. D. 
Reprint from New England Magazine, March, 1897. 8vo. pp. 25. 

Bassler, J. H. — Reminiscences of the First Day's Fight at 
Gettysburg. An Address Delivered by Captain J. H. 
Bassler, Co. C, 149th Pennsylvania Volunteers, before the 
faculty and students of Albright Collegiate Institute, 
June, 1895, by invitation of the Principal, E. W. Chubb. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 16 (4). Autograph letter of Author. 

Bassler, J. H. — Reminiscences of the First Day's Fight at 
Gettysburg. An Address delivered by J. H. Bassler, 
before the Faculty and Students of Albright Collegiate 
Institute, June, 1895. * * * 

Myerstown, Pa. : Press of Myerstown Enterprise, n. d. 8vo. pp. 12 (2). 

Bassler, J. H. — The Color Episode of the One Hundred and 
Forty-Ninth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, in the 
First Day's Fight at Gettysburg July 1, 1863. Paper 
read before The Lebanon County Historical Society, 
October 18, 1907, by J. H. Bassler, Late Captain of the 
Color Company. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 34. 

Bassler, J. H. — The Color Episode of the One Hundred and 
Forty-Ninth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, in the 
First Day's Fight at Gettysburg July 1, 1863. Paper 

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read before the Lebanon County Historical Society 
October 18, 1907, by J. H. Bassler, Late Captain of the 
Color Company. 
(Proceedings. Vol. IV. No. 4.) 8vo. pp. 80-110. 

Batcheler, Horace P. — Jonathan at Home: or, A Stray Shot 
at the Yankees. By Capt. Horace P. Batcheler (Late 
73rd Regiment). 

London: Printed by W. H. Collingridge, City Press. 1864. i2mo. pp.287. 

Batchellor, Albert Stillman. — Historical and Bibliogra- 
phical Notes on the Military Annals of New Hampshire 
with special reference to Regimental Histories. By 
Albert Stillman Batchellor. A Reprint of a Chapter 
from the History of the Seventeenth Regiment. 

Concord, N. H.: The Rumford Press. 1898. 8vo. pp. 50. 

Bate, William Bremage. — Address delivered by General Wm. 
B. Bate, on Occasion of Dedicating the "Battle-Ground 
Academy." (Professors Wall and Mooney.) On the 
Field of Franklin. Franklin, Tennessee, Saturday, Octo- 
ber 5, 1889. 

Published by Citizens of Franklin, n. d. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Bate, William Bremage. — Oration delivered by General W. 
B. Bate, on occasion of the Confederate Commemoration 
Services, at Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Tenn., on 
Saturday, May 7, 1870. 

Nashville, Tenn.: Published by request. 1870. 8vo. pp. 28. 

Presentation copy from Author. 

Bate, William Bremage. — The Dedication of the Chicka- 

MAUGA AND CHATTANOOGA NATIONAL PARK. Address by 

Gen. Wm. B. Bate, one of the Speakers Appointed by the 
Secretary of War for the above Occasion. Delivered on 
September 20, 1895. 
Nashville, Tenn.: Brandon Printing Company. 1895. 8vo. pp. 38. 

Bates, Alfred Elliott — McClernand, Edward John. — The 

Second Regiment of Cavalry 1836-65. By Major 
Alfred E. Bates, Pay Department, 1866-91. By Captain 
Edward J. McClernand, Second Cavalry. 
Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, May, 1892. pp. 623-642. 

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Bates, Gilbert H. — Sergeant Bates' March carrying the 
Stars and Stripes unfolded, from Vicksburg to Washington, 
being a truthful Narrative of the incidents which trans- 
pired during his journey on foot, without a cent, through 
the late rebellious states, and showing how the old flag 
was received as the harbinger of peace and new hope to 
the distressed people of the South. By Gilbert H. Bates. 

New York: B. W. Hitchcock. 1868. 8vo. pp. 35. 

Bates, Gilbert H. — Triumphal March of Sergeant Bates 

from Vicksburg to Washington. 
Washington: Intelligencer Printing House. 1868. 8vo. pp. 36. 

Bates, Joshua Hall. — Ohio's Preparation for the War. 

Read before the Ohio Commandery of the Military Order 

of the Loyal Legion of the United States, by Joshua H. 

Bates, late Brigadier-General United States Volunteers. 

January 2, 1884. 
Cincinnati: Peter G.Thomson, Printer. 1884. 8vo. pp.14. 

Bates, Marcus W. — The Grand Army. Review of the Great 
Work It Accomplished. Address by Marcus W. Bates, 
of Duluth, at Annual Reunion 21st Michigan Infantry. 

n. d. n. p. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Bates, Robert Francis. — Register of Commissioned Officers 
Eighteenth Regiment U. S. Infantry, Colonel Thomas 
H. Ruger, from May 4, 1861, to January 1, 1883, with 
Roster of Regiment, 1883. 

(Fort Assinaboine, M. T. : Regimental Press. 1883.) 8vo. pp. (32). 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Bates, Samuel Penniman. — A Brief History of the One 
Hundredth Regiment (Roundheads). By Honorable 
Samuel P. Bates, State Historian, to which is added short 
sketches of Colonel Leasure, and Chaplain Browne, with 
a few poems by H. B. Durant, of Co. A, composed while 
in the service. 

New Castle, Pa.: W. B. Thomas, Printer. 1884. i2mo. pp. 32. 

Autograph letter of Col. Leasure. 

Bates, Samuel Penniman. — History of Pennsylvania 
Volunteers, 186 1-5, prepared in compliance with Acts of 
the Legislature, by Samuel P. Bates, Member of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 

(Motto.) Harrisburg: B. Singerley. 1869-1871. 4to. 

Vol. I. pp. 1327. Vol. II. pp. 1359. Vol. III. pp. 1379. Vol IV. pp. 1308. 

Vol. V. pp. 1 43 1. Autograph letter of Prof. Bates. 

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Bates, Samuel Penniman. — History of the 28th Regiment, 
P. V. 1861-1865. 

Harrisburg. Imp. 8vo. pp. 418-483. 

Photographs of 40 officers and the autograph signature of every officer of the 

original Regiment of 15 Companies. 

Maps, programmes of camp performances, etc., etc., inserted. Unique copy. 

Bates, Samuel Penniman. — Martial Deeds of Pennsyl- 
vania. By Samuel P. Bates. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia: T. H. Davis & Co. 1875. 

4to. pp. 1 1 1 1 . Autograph letter of Prof. Bates. 

25 copies 4to red line edition printed in two volumes with extra illustrations, 

etc., etc. Only two copies in this edition uncut. 

Bates, Samuel Penniman. — Memoir of Oliver Blachly 
Knowles, late Colonel of the 21st Pennsylvania Cavalry 
and Brevet Brigadier-General. By Samuel P. Bates. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia: Reprinted from "Martial Deeds of Pennsylvania." 
1875. 4to. pp. 14. Privately printed. 

Bates, Samuel Penniman. — Report of the State 
Historian appointed to prepare a military history of 
the organization of Pennsylvania Volunteers and Militia. 

1. Dec. 15, 1866. pp. 7. 

2. Dec. 6, 1868. pp. 11. 

3. Dec. 1, 1869. pp. 8. 

(Harrisburg.) 8vo. 

Autograph letter of Prof. Bates and copies of circulars, letters, specimen pages, 

etc., etc., inserted. 

Bates, Samuel Penniman. — The Battle of Chancellors- 

ville. By Samuel P. Bates. 
(Motto.) Meadville, Pa.: Edward T. Bates. 1882. Ry. 8vo. pp. 261. 
Autograph note of Prof. Bates. 

Bates, Samuel Penniman. — The Battle of Gettysburg. 
By Samuel P. Bates. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia: T. H. Davis & Co. 1875. 8vo. pp. 216. 
First Edition 100 copies printed. 

Bates, Samuel Penniman. — The Battle of Gettysburg. 
By Samuel P. Bates. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia: F. H. Davis & Co. 1875. 8vo. pp. 336. 
Autograph note of Prof. Bates and newspaper cuttings inserted. 

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Bates, Samuel Penniman. — The Battle of Gettysburg. 

A reply to Gen. Howard. 
New York: The Herald. Dec, 1875. i2mo. pp. — mounted. 
Autograph of Author. 

Battine, Cecil. — The Crisis of the Confederacy. A 
History of Gettysburg and the Wilderness. By Cecil 
Battine, Captain 15th The Kings Hussars, with frontis- 
piece and 6 maps. 

London: Longmans, Green and Co. 1905. 8vo. pp. XV. 1-424. 

Autograph letter of Author and newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Baugher, H. L. — The Christian Patriot. A Discourse 
addressed to the Graduating Class of Pennsylvania 
College, September 15, 1861, by H. L. Baugher, D. D., 
President of Pennsylvania College. 

Gettysburg: Published and for sale by A. D. Buehler. H. C. Neinstedt, Printer. 

1861. 8vo. pp. 25. 

Baxter, De Witt Clinton. — The Volunteer Manual, con- 
taining full instructions for the Recruit, in the Schools of 
the soldier and squad. By Lieut.-Colonel D. W. C. 
Baxter. 

(Motto.) Part 1, pp. 62. (Motto.) Part 2, pp. 65-137. 

Philadelphia: Published by King & Baird. 1861. i6mo. 

Baxter, De Witt Clinton. — The Volunteer's Manual: 
Containing full instructions for the Recruit, in the Schools 
of the Soldier and Squad, with One Hundred illustrations 
of the different positions in the Facings and Manual of 
Arms and the loadings and firings. Arranged according 
to Scott's System of Infantry Tactics, by Lieut.-Colonel 
D. W. C. Baxter, of the Second Regiment National 
Guards, now in the service of the United States. 

(Extract.) Philadelphia: King & Baird. 1861. Part 1. i2mo. pp. 62. 

Baxter, Jedediah Hyde. — Statistics, Medical and Anthro- 
pological, of the Provost-Marshal General's Bureau, 
derived from records of the examination for military 
service in the armies of the United States during the late 
War of the Rebellion, over a million recruits, drafted men, 
substitutes, and enrolled men; compiled under direction 
of the Secretary of War by J. H. Baxter, A. M., M. D. 
Colonel and Chief Medical Purveyor United States Army, 
late Chief Medical Officer of the Provost Marshal General's 
Bureau. 

Washington. 1875. 4to. 

Vol. I. pp. LXXXVII. 1-568. Vol. II. pp. XXVIII. 1-767. 

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Baxter, Jedediah Hyde. — Statistics, Medical and Anthro- 
pological of the Provost Marshal General's Bureau, 
derived from the records of the examination for military 
service in the Armies of the United States during the late 
War of the Rebellion, over a million recruits, drafted men, 
substitutes and enrolled men. 

Washington. 1895. 

4to. Vol. I. pp. LXXXVII. 1-568, Vol. II. pp. XXVIII. 1-767. 

Baxter, William. — Pea Ridge and Prairie Grove, or scenes 
and incidents of the War in Arkansas. By William Baxter. 
Cincinnati: Published by Poe & Hitchcock. 1864. i6mo. pp. 262. 

Bayard, Samuel J. — The Life of George Dashill Bayard, 
late Captain U. S. A. and Brigadier-General of Volunteers. 
Killed in the battle of Fredericksburg, Dec, 1862. 

New York. 1874. i2mo. pp. 337. 

Ms. corrections by Author. 20 Engravings and Portraits inserted. 

Autograph letters and Autographs of J. J. Bayard, Gabriel de Korponey, 
"Mrs. Partington," J. K. Douglas, Capt. McClelland, W. A. Hammond, 
D. Carlos Buell, Fitz John Porter, S. P. Heintzteman, F. Sigel, 
A. E. Burnside, Geo. G. Meade, W. S. Hancock and J. W. Forney. 

Beach, John N. — History of the Fortieth Ohio Volunteer 
Infantry. By John N. Beach, late Surgeon of the 
Regiment. 

London, Ohio: Shepherd & Craig, Printers. 1884. i2mo. pp. 243. 
Autograph letter of Author. 

Beach, William H. — The First New York (Lincoln) 
Cavalry. From April 19, 1861, to July 7, 1865. By 
William H. Beach, A. M., First-Lieutenant and Adjutant 
Aid-de-Camp to Commander-in-Chief G. A. R. 95. 
Teacher of History and Civics, High School, Milwaukee. 

New York: Published by The Lincoln Cavalry Association. 1902. 

8vo. pp. VII. 1-579. 

Beale, James. — A Concise Report of the 5th Annual Re- 
union of the 12th Mass. Vols., August 30, 1878. 
(Ms. illustrated.) n. p. n. d. 32mo. pp. (9). 

Beale, James. — A Famous War Song. A paper read before 
the United Service Club, Phila., by James Beale, late of 
12th Mass. Vol. Infantry, Webster Regiment. 

Philadelphia. 1888. 4to. pp. 18. 100 copies privately printed. 

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Beale, James. — A Famous War Song. A paper read before 
the United Service Club, Philadelphia. By James Beale, 
late 12th Mass. Vols., Webster Regiment. 

Sm. 4to. pp. 22 (i). ioo copies privately printed September, 1894. 

Beale, James. — A Tale of Fredericksburg. 

(Ms. illustrated.) Sm. i8mo. pp. 19. 

Beale, James. — Chancellorsville. A paper read before the 
United Service Club, Philadelphia, Penna., on Wednesday, 
February 8, 1888, by James Beale, late Private Co. I, 
1 2th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. 

Philadelphia. 1888. Sm. 4to. pp. — 25 copies printed. No. I. 

Beale, James. — Chancellorsville. A paper read before the 
United Service Club, Philadelphia, Penna., on Wednesday, 
February 8, 1888, by James Beale, late 12th Mass. Vol. 
Infantry. 

Philadelphia. 1892. Oblong 4to. pp. 11 (1). Second Edition. 

150 copies printed. 

Beale, James. — Echoes of 1861. 

(Ms. illuminated.) Boston. 1879. 481110. pp. 50. 

Beale, James. — Echoes from the Wagon Wheels Heard at a 

Regimental Re-union. 
Philadelphia. 1890. 4to. pp. 30 (1). 60 copies printed. 

Beale, James. — Fredericksburg. 1878. 
(Ms.) 4to. pp. 29. 

Beale, James. — From Marsh Run to Seminary Ridge. A 
paper read before the United Service Club, Philadelphia, 
Penna., Wednesday, March 6, 1889, by James Beale, 
late Private 12th Mass. Vol. Infy. 

n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 38. 50 copies privately printed. 

Beale, James. — From Marsh Run to Seminary Ridge. A 
paper read before the United Service Club, Philadelphia, 
Wednesday, March 6, 1889, by James Beale, late 12th 
Mass. Vol. Infy. 

n. p. 1 89 1. Sm. 4to. pp. 20. Revised Edition. 

Beale, James. — Gettysburg: The First Day's Fight. General 
Howard's comments thereon and a review of the same, by 
one of the First Corps, James Beale, Co. I., 12th Mass. 

Boston: Weekly Transcript. June 8, 1877. i2mo. pp. (14). (Mounted.) 

Autograph letter of Author. 

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Beale, James. — Gettysburg on the First Day of July, 1863. 

By one of Reynolds' Corps. 
Brookline Chronicle, Saturday, Feb. 16, 1878. 8vo. pp. (15). (Mounted.) 
Autograph letter and photograph of Author inserted. 

Beale, James. — Gettysburg. A paper read before the United 
Service Club, Philadelphia, Pennsylvaniajanuary 5, 1887, 
by James Beale, late Private Co. I, 12th Massachusetts 
Volunteers. 

Philadelphia. 1887. Sm. 4*0. pp. 36 (1). 10 copies printed. No. I. 

Beale, James. — Percentage of Loss by Death in Massa- 
chusetts Regiments 1861-65. 
(Ms.) Boston 1878. 8vo. Sheet folded. Unique. 
Autograph letter of Author. 

Beale, James. — Reply to Col. A. Wilson by James Beale, 

late of 1 2th Massachusetts Volunteers, 
n. p. 1886. 8vo. pp. (7). 

Beale, James. — Tabulated Roster of the Army of the 
Potomac at Gettysburg, Penna., July 1, 2, and 3, 1863. 
Arranged by States, showing the Brigade, Division and 
Corps with which each organization served during the 
Battle. 

Philadelphia: Compiled and Published by James Beale. n. d. i8mo. pp.32. 

Beale, James. — The Battle Flags of the Army of the 

Potomac at Gettysburg, Penna., July 1, 2, and 3, 1863. 
Philadelphia: Compiled and Published by James Beale. 1885. 4to. pp. — 
125 copies printed numbered and signed. No. 1. 

Beale, James. — The Statements of Time on July 1 at Gettys- 
burg, Pa., 1863. An examination of the official reports by 
James Beale, late of 12th Mass. Infantry, 2d Brigade, 2d 
Division, 1st Corps, Army of the Potomac. 

(Extract.) Philadelphia: James Beale, Printer. 1897. Ry. 8vo. pp. 29. 

100 copies privately printed. 

Beale, James. — 12th Mass. Vol. Infantry, Webster Regiment. 

(Ms.) n. p. n. d. i8mo. pp. 10. 

A beautiful specimen of illumination and penmanship, with a piece of the 

original colors of the regiment shot away at Antietam inserted. 

Beale, James. — War Poetry. 

(Ms. illuminated.) Boston. 1878. 32mo. pp. 47. 

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Beale, Richard L. T. — History of the Ninth Virginia 
Cavalry in the War between the States. By the Late 
Brig.-General R. L. T. Beale. 

Richmond, Va.:B. F.Johnson Publishing Company. 1899. 8vo. pp.192. 

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April 9, 1865. 

Richmond. 1887. 8vo. pp. 355. 

Bean, Theodore Weber. — The Roll of Honor of the Seven- 
teenth Pennsylvania Cavalry or the One Hundred and 
Sixty-second of the line Pennsylvania Volunteers. 

Philadelphia. 1865. i2mo. pp. 88. 

Beath, Robert Burns. — History of the Grand Army of the 
Republic. By Robert B. Beath, with an introduction by 
General Lucius Fairchild. Illustrated. 

New York: Bryan, Taylor & Co., Publishers. 1889. 8vo. pp. XV. 1-702. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Beatty, John. — The Citizen Soldier, or Memoirs of a Volun- 
teer. By John Beatty. 
Cincinnati: Wilstach, Baldwin & Co., Publishers. 1879. l2mo. pp. VII-401. 
Capture, imprisonment, and escape, by General Harrison O. Hobart, of 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, pp. 375-398. 

Beatty, John. — Ulysses S. Grant. A Characterization 
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Columbus, Ohio: Press of Fred. J. Heer. 1902. pp. 232-245. 

Beauregard, Peter Gustave Toussaint. — A Commentary 
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together with a summary of the Art of War. By Gen. 
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G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1891. 8vo. pp. XIV. 1-187. 

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Beauregard, Peter Gustave Toussaint. — Principles and 
Maxims of the Art of War; Outpost Service; General 
Introductions for Battles; Reviews. 

Charleston: Evans & Cogswell. 1863. 8vo. pp.32. 

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"Charleston, S. C, May, 1863." 

Beauregard, Peter Gustave Toussaint. — Report of General 
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lished by order of Congress. 

Richmond: R. M. Smith, Public Printer. 1864. 8vo. pp. 93. 

Bechler, Gustavus R. — Atlas showing battles, engagements, 
and important localities connected with the campaigns in 
Virginia. Completing the Campaign Map designed, 
engrossed and published by Gustavus R. Bechler. 

Philadelphia. 1864. Sm. 4to. pp. 6. Plates XVI. 

Bechler, Gustavus R. — Military Map referring to the Cam- 
paigns of the Army of the Potomac in Virginia, including 
the adjoining parts of Maryland and Pennsylvania, 
expressly compiled from the latest and most reliable 
sources on record for military and private use. 

Philadelphia: Published by F. Leypoldt. n. d. Folded 4to.and mounted on linen. 

Bedell, M. O.— Complete Roster of Co. "D," 8th Mo. 
Volunteer Cavalry. Giving the names of every member 
of the Company from the first enlistment to the last 
recruit. By M. O. Bedell. 

n. p. (1898.) 48mo. pp. 8. 

Bedel, John. — Historical Sketch of the Third Regiment, 

New Hampshire Volunteers. By Gen. John Bedel. 
The Granite Monthly, Sept., 1880. pp. 513-534. 

Beecham, R. K. — Gettysburg: The Pivotal Battle of the Civil 
War. By Captain R. K. Beecham, of the First Brigade, 
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Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co. 1911. 8vo. pp. 298. 

Beecher, Frederick Henry. — Memorial of Lieut. Frederick 
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Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1870. 4to. pp. 47. 

200 copies printed. Presentation copy from Rev. Charles Beecher. 

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Beecher, Harris H. — Record of the 114TH Regiment, N. Y. 

S. V., where it went, what it saw, and what it did. 
Norwich, N. Y. 1866. i2mo. pp. 582. 
Autograph notes of Asst.-Surg. Beecher and Colonel Per Lee. 

Beecher, Henry Ward. — Rev. Henry Ward Beecher's Fort 

Sumter Oration, April 14th, 1865. 
n. p. n. d. 121110. pp. 24. 

Beecher, Herbert W. — History of the First Light Battery, 
Connecticut Volunteers, 1861-1865. Personal Records 
and Reminiscences. The Story of the Battery from its 
Organization to the Present Time. Compiled from 
Official Records, Personal Interviews, Private Diaries, 
War Histories and Individual Experiences. Illustrated 
by Original Drawings, Etchings, Portraits and Maps. 
Historian Herbert W. Beecher. 

New York: A. T. De La Mare Ptg. and Pub. Co., Ltd. n. d. 
Sm. 4to. Vol. I. pp. XVI. 7-455. Vol. II. pp. XX. (1) 456-886. 

Beem, David E. — Military History of Owen County, 

Indiana. By David E. Beem. 
Chicago: F. A. Battey & Co. 1884. Ry. 8vo. pp 44. 

Beers, Fannie A. — A Record of Personal Experience and 
Adventure During Four Years of War. By Mrs. Fannie 
A. Beers. 

Philadelphia: Press of J. B. Lippincott Company. 1891. i2mo. pp. 336. 

Behe, Luke. — Reminiscence of the War. 

Parron Courier, Thursday, January 17, 1895, to Thursday, April 18, 1895. 
8vo. pp. (48). 

Belden, Bauman Lowe. — Department Badges of the Grand 
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Annual Meeting, Monday, January 20, 1902. 

New York: Printed for the Society. 1902. pp. (1) 41-48. 

Belden, Bauman Lowe. — Papers read before the American 
Numismatic and Archaeological Society of New York 
City. 

1. The Insignia of the Patriotic Hereditary Societies of the United 
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97. First paper. Press of D. H. Bacon & Co., Derby, Conn. 

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Belknap, Charles E. — History of the Michigan Organiza- 
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Lansing, Mich. 1899. 8vo. pp. 374 (1). 

Second Edition authorized by resolution of the Legislature March 30, 1899. 

Belknap, Charles E. — History of the Michigan Organiza- 
tions at Chickamauga, Chattanooga and Missionary 
Ridge. 1863. 

Lansing, Mich.: Robert Smith Printing Co. 1897. 8vo. pp. 374. (1). 

Belknap, William Worth. — Crocker's Iowa Brigade. Re- 
union at Council Bluffs, Iowa, September 18 and 19, 1889. 
Response of General William W. Belknap, President 
"Crocker's Iowa Brigade," to the Address of Welcome at 
Council Bluffs, September 18, 1889. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. (4). 

Belknap, William Worth. — Letter from the Secretary of 
War (Wm. W. Belknap) in answer to a resolution of 
March 1, 1872, relative to Major-General Don Carlos 
Buell (with copy of proceedings of the Military Com- 
mission of 1862). 

House of Representatives, 42nd Congress, 2d Session. Ex. Document No. 262. 

pp. 94. 

Bell, Frank. — In Memoriam. Arlington, Va., May 30, 1872. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. (9) (Mounted.) 

Bell, Frank. — In Memoriam. Gettysburg, Pa., May 30, 1878. 

By Major Frank Bell, 
n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. (5) mounted. Autograph letter of Major Bell. 

Bell, John T. — Civil War Stories. Compiled from Records — 
Union and Confederate. By John T. Bell (formerly of 
Second Iowa Infantry). 

San Francisco: The Whitaker & Ray Company. 1903. 8vo. pp. 189. 

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Bell, John T. — Tramps and Triumphs of the Second Iowa 
Infantry, briefly Sketched. By John T. Bell, Lieut. 
Co. "C." 

Omaha. 1886. 8vo. pp. 32. Autograph note of Author. 

Bell, Thomas. — At Harper's Ferry, Va., September 14, 1862. 
How the Cavalry escaped out of the toils. A swift night 
march. Troopers cross the river and strike boldly out. 
They cut their way through the Enemy's lines and safely 
reach the Union Lines, capturing Longstreet's Ammuni- 
tion Train of Eighty-six wagons. Including a Brief 
History of the Regiment from its organization to this 
thrilling night's work. By Thomas Bell, Brevet Major, 
Eighth N. Y. Cavalry, Brooklyn, N. Y., Commanding 
Second Squadron. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 16. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Benedict, George Grenville. — A Short History of the 14TH 
Vermont Regiment. By Colonel G. G. Benedict, State 
Military Historian 1863. 1887. An account of the 
Re-union held July 4, 1887, also a Roster of the Regiment, 
with present addresses of members. 

Bennington: Press of C. A. Pierce. 8vo. pp. 97 (1). 

Published by Co. F, 14th Vermont Regiment, September 16, 1887. 

Benedict, George Grenville. — The Battle of Gettysburg, 
and the part taken therein by Vermont Troops. By 
G. G. Benedict, Lieut, and A. D. C. 

Burlington: Free Press Print. 1867. 8vo. pp. 24. (Slip errata) 

First Edition privately printed. 

Benedict, George Grenville. — Army Life in Virginia. 
Letters from the Twelfth Vermont Regiment and Personal 
Experiences of Volunteer Service in the War for the 
Union 1862-63. By George Grenville Benedict, Private 
and Lieutenant Twelfth Regiment Vermont Volunteers 
and Aide-de-Camp upon the Staff of the Second Vermont 
Brigade. 

Burlington: Free Press Association. 1895. i2mo. pp. 194. 

Presentation and Autograph letter of Author. 

Benedict, George Grenville. — The Battle of Gettysburg 

and the part taken therein by Vermont Troops. 
Burlington. 1867. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Benedict, George Grenville. — Vermont at Gettysburg. A 
sketch of the part taken by the Vermont Troops, in the 
battle of Gettysburg. ByG. G. Benedict, Lieut. andA.D.C. 

Burlington: The Free Press Association. 1870. 8vo. pp.27. Appendix IV. 

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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, 1861-5. By G. G. 
Benedict. 

Burlington, Vt. 1886. 1888. Vol. I pp. XIV. (1) 1-620. Vol. II pp. VII. 1-808. 

Benefiel, W. H. H. — Seventeenth Regiment Indiana Veteran 
Volunteer Mounted Infantry. Roster of Surviving Mem- 
bers and Sketch of History. 

n. p. 1912. 48mo. pp. 12. 

Benefiel, W. H. H. — Souvenir: The Seventeenth Indiana 
Regiment. A History from its Organization to the end of 
the War. Giving Description of Battles, etc. Also List 
of the Survivors, Their Names, Ages, Company, and P. O. 
Address, and Interesting Letters from Comrades who were 
not present at the Regimental Re-unions. 

Ellwood, Ind.: Model Printing & Litho. Co. 1913. 8vo. pp. 132. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Benefiel, W. H. H. — Advance of Rosecran's Army on Chat- 
tanooga, Wilder's Brigade Leading, 
n. p. n. d. i6mo. pp. 15. 

Benham, Henry Washington. — Recollections of the West 
Virginia Campaign, with "The Three Months' Troops," 
May, June, and July, 1861. By an Engineer Officer. 
Private Copy from the Monthly Magazine, "Old and 
New," for July, 1873. 

Boston. 1873. 8vo. pp. 666-690 Privately printed. 

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Benjamin, Judah Philip. — Supplemental Report of the 

Secretary of War. War Department, March 17, 1862. 

Richmond, Va. 1862. 8vo. pp.27. (Relates to the exchange of Prisoners.) 

Benjamin, L. N. — The St. Albans Raid, or investigation into 
the charges against Lieut. Bennett H. Young and Com- 
mand, for their acts at St. Albans, Vt., on the 19th 
October, 1864, being a complete and authentic report of 
all the proceedings on the demand of the United States for 
their extradition under the Ashburton Treaty, before 
Judge Coursol, J. S. P., and the Hon. Mr. Justice Smith, 
J. S. C, with the arguments of Counsel and the opinions 
of the Judges revised by themselves. Compiled by L. N. 
Benjamin, B. C. L. 

Montreal: Printed by John Lovell. 1865. 8vo. pp. 480. 

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Benjamin, Marcus. — Patriotic Societies of the Civil War. 
The Federal Veterans' Associations that preserve the 
Memories of Battlefield and Campfire — Their Numbers 
and Influence, Their Insignia and Their Auxiliary Societies. 

Munsey's Magazine. June, 1896. pp. 322-331. 

Benjamin, Marcus. — Washington During War Times. A 
Series of Papers showing the Military, Political and 
Social Phases During 1861 to 1865. Official Souvenir of 
the Thirty-sixth Annual Encampment of the Grand Army 
of the Republic. Collected and Edited by Marcus 
Benjamin under the direction of the Committee on 
Literature for the Encampment. 

Washington City. 1902. 8vo. pp. XV. 1-215. (Map) 

Benjamin, Samuel Nicoll. — Proceedings of Lafayette 
Post No. 140 Dept. of New York, Grand Army of the 
Republic. In Memory of Senior Vice-Commander Samuel 
N. Benjamin, Major and Assistant Adjutant-General, 
Brevet Lieut.-Colonel in the- Army of the United States, 
whose death occurred at Governors Island, New York 
Harbor, on the Fifteenth Day of May, 1886. 

New York: Trow's Printing & Bookbinding Co. 1886. Sm. 4*0. pp. 32. 

Benet, Stephen Vincent. — The Ordnance Department as a 
portion of the United States Military establishment; 
being a historical statement of the rise and progress of the 
Ordnance Department, and consideration of the legal 
relations of the department to the Secretary of War and 
Army proper. Prepared by direction of the Chief of 
Ordnance. 

Washington, D. C. 1876. 8vo. pp. 99. 

Bennett, A. J. — The Story of the First Massachusetts 
Light Battery Attached to the Sixth Army Corps. A 
glance at the events in the Armies of the Potomac and 
Shenandoah, from the Summer of 1861 to the Autumn of 
1864. By A. J. Bennett, Private, First Massachusetts 
Light Battery. 

Boston: Press of Deland & Barton. 1886. 8vo. pp. 200. 

Bennett, Charles A. — An Historical Account of the Develop- 
ment of Small Arms and Ammunition for the Same, and 
the Effect of the same upon the Science of War. By 
Charles A. Bennett, Second Lieutenant 3rd Artillery, 
Department of Military, United States Artillery School. 

Fort Monroe, Virginia: Printed at the U. S. Artillery School. 1886. 

4to. pp. 14. 

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Bennett, Charles W. — Rankin, Henry C. — Lester, Frank A. 

— Historical Sketches of the Ninth Michigan Infan- 
try (General Thomas' Headquarters Guards). With an 
Account of the Battle of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Sunday, 
July 13, 1862. Four Years Campaigning in the Army of 
the Cumberland. By Charles W. Bennett, of Co. G, 
Regimental Meetings since the War. By Henry C. 
Rankin, of Co. C. Regimental and Company Organiza- 
tion. By Frank A. Lester, Co. C. 
Coldwater, Mich.: Daily Courier Print. 1913. 8vo. pp. 75. 

Bennett, E. B. — "First Connecticut Heavy Artillery." 
Historical Sketch and present addresses of members. 
Compiled by E. B. Bennett (formerly of Co. K), East 
Berlin, Conn. 

n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 53. 

Bennett, Edwin C. — Musket and Sword or the Camp, March 
and Firing Line of the Army of the Potomac. By Edwin 
C. Bennett, Private, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, 
Mass. Volunteers. Bvt. Lieut. -Col. U. S. Volunteers. 

Boston: Coburn Publishing Co. 1900. i2mo. pp. VIII. 1-344. 

Bennett, L. G. — Haigh, William M. — History of the 
Thirty-sixth Regiment Illinois Volunteers during the 
War of the Rebellion. By L. G. Bennett and Wm. M. 
Haigh. 

Aurora, 111.: Knickerbocker & Hodder, Printers. 1876. 8vo. pp. VIII.-808. 

Autograph letter of L. G. Bennett. 

Bennett, William W. — A Narrative of the Great Revival 
which prevailed in the Southern Armies during the late 
Civil War between the states of the Federal Union. By 
William W. Bennett, D. D., Superintendent of "The 
Soldiers Tract Association," and Chaplain in the Confed- 
erate Army. 

Philadelphia: Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger. 1887. l2mo. pp. VI. 427. 

Benson, B. K. — Who Goes There? The Story of a Spy in the 

Civil War. By B. K. Benson. 
New York: The Macmillan Company. London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd. 1900. 
i2mo. pp. XVIII. 1-485. 

Benson, G. D. — Here's Your Mule. Comic Camp Songs and 

Chorus. By C. D. Benson. 
Nashville, Tenn.: Published by C. N. Benson 
German & Bro. Lith's., Louisville, Ky. n. d. 4to. pp. — 

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Benson, Edwin North. — The Union League During theWar. 

Paper prepared for the United Service Club by Edwin N. 

Benson, President of the Union League, February 22, 1888. 
Philadelphia. 1888. 8vo. pp. 19. 

Benson, John R. — From Petersburg to Appomattox. A 
personal Reminiscence of the Civil War. By John R. 
Benson. 

Home and Country, Magazine, April, 1895. pp. 873-882. 

Benson, William — A Race for Liberty or my capture, im- 
prisonment and escape. By William Benson, of Co. A, 
32d Regt. O. V. I., with an introduction by W. B. Derrick. 

(Motto.) Wellsville, 0.: W. G. Foster, Printer. 1867. 

i8mo. pp. XII. 5-135. 

Bent, Samuel Arthur. — Proceedings of the Bostonian 
Society. Eulogy on Samuel Miller Quincy. By Samuel 
Arthur Bent. May 24, 1887. 

Boston: Old State House. 1887. 8vo. pp. 27. 

Bentley, W. G. — Address Delivered at the Dedication of 
Monument of the Ninth New York Cavalry Regiment, 
by Col. W. G. Bentley, July 2, 1888. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Bentley, W. H. — History of the 77TH Illinois Volunteer 
Infantry, Sept. 2, 1862, July 10, 1865. By Lieut. W. H. 
Bentley, with an introduction by General D. P. Grier. 

Peoria, Illinois: Edward Hine, Printer. 1883. l2mo. pp. 396. 

Autograph of Author. 

Benton, Charles E. — As Seen from the Ranks. A Boy in 
the Civil War. By Charles E. Benton, of the One 
Hundred and Fiftieth New York State Volunteers. 

(Motto.) New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1900. l2mo. pp. 

XIII. 1-292. 

Berard, Augusta Blanche. — Reminiscences of West Point 
in the Olden time, derived from various sources and 
Register of Graduates of the United States Military 
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East Saginaw, Mich. 1886. 8vo. pp. 40. 76. (Slip errata) 

Bering, John A. — Montgomery, Thomas. — History of the 
Forty-eighth Ohio Vet. Vol. Inf., giving a complete 
account of the Regiment from its organization at Camp 

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Dennison, O., in October, 1861, to the close of war, 
and its final muster out, May 10, 1866, including all its 
marches, camps, battles, battle scenes, skirmishes, sieges, 
bivouacs, picketing, foraging and scouting; with its cap- 
ture, prison life and exchange, embracing, also, an account 
of the escape and re-capture of Major J. A. Bering and 
Lieut. W. J. Srofe, and the closing events of the war in the 
trans-Mississippi Dept. By John A. Bering, late Major 
48th Ohio, and Thomas Montgomery, late Captain 48th 
Ohio. 
Hillsboro, Ohio: Printed at the Highland News Office. 1880. i8mo. pp.284. 

Bernard, George S. — War Talks of Confederate Veterans. 
(Advance Sheets.) Edited and Compiled by Geo. S. 
Bernard, Petersburg, Va. Addresses Delivered before 
A. P. Hill Camp of Confederate Veterans, of Petersburg, 
Va., with Addenda giving Statements of Participants, 
Eye-witnesses and Others, in Respect to Campaigns, 
Battles, Prison Life and Other War Experiences. The 
Battle of the Crater. By Geo. S. Bernard (12th Virginia 
Infantry, Mahone's Brigade). Copyright, 1892, by Geo. 
S. Bernard. 

Petersburg, Virginia. 1892. 8vo. pp. 149-230. Presentation copy from Author. 

Bernard, George S. — War Talks of Confederate Veterans. 
Compiled and edited by Geo. S. Bernard, Petersburg, Va. 
Addresses delivered before A. P. Hill Camp of Confederate 
Veterans, of Petersburg, Va., with Addenda giving State- 
ments of Participants, Eye-witnesses and others, in 
respect to Campaigns, Battles, Prison Life and other War 
experiences. 

Petersburg, Virginia: Ferm & Owen, Publishers. 1892. 

8vo. pp. XXIII. 1-336. 

Bernard, Mountague. — Two Lectures on the Present 
American War. By Mountague Bernard, B. C. L., 
Chichele Professor of International Law and Diplomacy 
in the University of Oxford. 

Oxford and London: J. H. and Jas. Parker. November, 1861. 8vo. pp. 95. 

Beseler, H. — gesatten in der Militarischen Gesellschaft zu 
Berlin am 20 Marz 1901 von H Beseler General Major 
und Oberquartiermeister, Mit drie Skizzen in Steindruck 
Berlin 1901. 

Ernst Siegfried Mittler und Dohr Konigliche, Hofbuchhandlung, Hochstrasse 

68-71. 8vo. pp. 36. 

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Betts, A. D. — Experience of a Confederate Chaplain 
1861-1864. By Rev. A. D. Betts, D. D., N. C. Conference 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Chaplain 30th N. 
C. Troops. 

n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 103 (1). 

Beveridge, Albert J. — Address of Albert J. Beveridge, United 
States Senator from Indiana ("Representing Indiana, 
The Indiana Shiloh National Park Commission and 
Indiana's Union Soldiers.") at the Dedication of Indiana's 
Monuments on the Battlefield of Shiloh, Tennessee, 
April 6, 1903. 

Indianapolis: Press of Levry Bros. & Co. i6mo. pp. 15. 

Beverly, James M. — A History of the Ninety-first Regi 
ment Illinois Volunteer Infantry 1862-1865. By James 
M. Beverly, Corporal Co. H. 

White Hall, 111.: Pearce Printing Co. 8vo. pp. 59. 

Bevier, R. S. — History of the First and Second Missouri 
Confederate Brigades 1861-1865, and from Wakawsa 
to Appomattox, a military anagraph by R. S. Bevier. 

St. Louis: Bryan, Brand & Company. 1879. 8vo. pp. XII. -480. 1-27. 
Autograph letter of Author. 

Beyer, Walter F. — Keydel, Oscar F. — Deeds of Valor from 
Records in the Archives of the United States Government. 
How American Heroes won the Medal of Honor. History 
of our Recent Wars and Explorations from Personal 
reminiscences and records of officers and enlisted men who 
were rewarded by Congress for most conspicuous acts of 
bravery on the Battlefields, on the High Seas and in 
Arctic Explorations. Edited by W. F. Beyer and O. F. 
Keydel. Introduction by Brig.-General H. M. Duffield, 
U. S. V. Illustrated. Complete in two volumes. 

Detroit, Mich.: The Perrien- Keydel Company. 1906. 
4to. Vol. I. pp. 558. Vol. II. pp. 554. 

Beymer, William Gilmore. — On Hazendon's Service. Scouts 
and Spies of the North and South. By William Gilmore 
Beymer. Illustrated by Howard Pyle and others. 

New York and London: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. 1912. 
8vo. pp. XII. 1-287. 

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Bickham, William D. — Rosecran's Campaign with the 
Fourteenth Army Corps, of the Army of the Cumberland, 
a Narrative of personal observations, with an appendix 
consisting of official reports of the battle of Stone River. 
By "W. D. B." 

Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co. 1863. i2mo. pp. VIII.-476. 

Autograph note of Author. 

Bicknell, George W. — History of the Fifth Regiment Maine 
Volunteers, Comprising brief description of its marches, 
engagements, and general services from the date of its 
muster in, June 24, 1861, to the time of its muster-out, 
July 27, 1864. By Rev. Geo. W. Bicknell, late First 
Lieutenant and Adjutant. 

Portland: Published by Hall L. Davis. 1871. i2mo. pp. XII. 404. 

300 copies printed. Autograph letter of Author. 

Biddle, Chapman. — Address delivered at the meeting of the 
Philadelphia Bar, held December II, 1880, upon occasion 
of the death of Chapman Biddle, Esq. 

Philadelphia. 1880. 8vo. pp. 21. Privately printed. 

Biddle, Chapman. — The First Day of the Battle of 
Gettysburg. An address delivered before the Historical 
Society of Pennsylvania, on the 8th of March, 1880, by 
Chapman Biddle, formerly Colonel of the One Hundred 
and Twenty-first Pennsylvania Volunteers. 

Philadelphia: Printed by J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1880. 8vo. pp. 50. 

Portrait of Gen. Reynolds inserted. 

Biddle, James Cornell. — George Gordon Meade. An 
address delivered by Colonel James C. Biddle, formerly 
Aide-de-Camp to Maj.-Gen. Meade, at Gen. Meade's 
Statue, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, on Memorial Day, 
May 30, 1888, under the auspices of Geo. G. Meade Post 
No. 1, G. A. R., Department of Pennsylvania. 

Philadelphia. 1888. 8vo. pp. II. 

Biddle, Walter Livingston Cochrane. — Address. P. V. 121st 
Regiment. By Walter L. C. Biddle, July 2, 1886, at 
Gettysburg. 

Philadelphia. 1887. 8vo. pp. 10. 

Bierce, Ambrose. — Tales of Soldiers and Civilians. By 

Ambrose Bierce. 
San Francisco: E. L. G. Steele. 1891. i2mo. pp. 300. 

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Bigelow, James K. — Abridged History of the Eighth 
Indiana Volunteer Infantry from its Organization, 
April 21, 1 86 1, to the date of Re-enlistment as Veterans, 
January I, 1864. By James K. Bigelow, M. D., Surgeon 
Eighth Indiana Volunteer Infantry. 

Indianapolis: Ellis Barnes, Printer. 1864. 8vo. pp. 40 (1). 

Bigelow, John Jr. — Tenth Regiment of Cavalry. By 
Lieutenant John Bigelow, Jr., U. S. A., R. Q. M. Tenth 

Cavalry. 
Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution. Jan., 1892. pp. 215-226. 

Bigelow, John Jr. — The Campaign of Chancellorsville. 
A Strategic and Tactical Study. By John Bigelow, Jr., 
Major U. S. Army retired. With Maps and Plans. 

New Haven: Yale University Press. London: Henry Frowde, n. d. 4to. 

pp. X. 1-528. 

Bigelow, John Jr. — The Principles of Strategy. Illustrated 
mainly from American Campaigns. By John Bigelow, Jr., 
First-Lieutenant 10th Cavalry, U. S. Army. With 
illustrations and maps. 

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. London: T. Fisher Unwin. 1891. 

4to. pp. 200. Maps 32. 

Bigelow, L. J. — Miss Dix and what she has done. 

The Galaxy. March, 1867. pp. — Autograph letter of Miss Dix. 

Bill, Ledyard. — The Life, Campaigns and Battles of 
General Ulysses S. Grant, comprising a full and 
authentic account of the famous soldier, from his earliest 
boyhood to the present time with an introduction by 
Benson J. Lossing. Illustrated with views of the General's 
birthplace. The surrender of Fort Donelson and Vicks- 
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a superb portrait. 

New York. 1868. 8vo. pp. — 

Bill, Ledyard. — Pen Pictures of the War. Lyrics, incidents 
and sketches of the Rebellion, comprising a choice selection 
of pieces by our best poets, also current and well authen- 
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full account of many of the great battles, also a complete 
historical record of all events both civil and military from 
the commencement of the Rebellion. Second edition. 

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Billings, John D. — The History of the Tenth Massachu- 
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Boston: George M. Smith & Co. 1887. 8vo. pp. VI. 1-406. 

Billingsley, Amos S. — Christianity in the War, containing 
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Jefferson City. 1862. 8vo. pp. 7. 

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Bingham, Henry Harrison. — An Oration by Brevet Brigadier- 
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Harrisburg: E. K. Meyers, Printer. 1894. 8vo. pp. 18. 

Bircher, William. — A Drummer Boy's Diary; Comprising 
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Washington, D. C: James J. Chapman. 1884. 8vo. pp. VII. (1) 406. 

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Frankfort, Ky.: Printed by Western Argus. 1887. 8vo. pp. 8. 

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Washington, D. C: Judd & Detweiler, Printers. 1891. i2mo. pp. 168. 

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Blair, Francis Preston, Jr. — Fremont's Hundred Days in 
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Boston: Lee & Shepard. 1890. i6mo. pp. 243. 

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Blake, W. O. — Pictorial National Records embracing 
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Columbus, O. 1863. Imp. 8vo. 

Vol. I. pp. XII. 1008. Vol. II. pp. IV. 1-859. 

Blake, Mortimor. — The Issues of the Rebellion. A 
Sermon Preached before the Taunton and Raynham 
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Lauton: Printed at the Republican Office, n. d. 8vo. pp. 13. 

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Blanding, Stephen F. — In the Defences of Washington, 
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Blankenburg, Heinrich. — The Civil Wars (Interior Struggles) 
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Leipzig: F. U. Brockhaus. 1869. 8vo. pp. XII. 1-346. 

Blessington, J. P. — The Campaigns of Walker's Texas 
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Bliss, George N. — How I Lost My Sabre in the War and 
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Providence: Published by the Society. 1903. Snow & Farnham, Printers. 
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n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 14. Autograph note of Author. 

Bloodgood, J. D. — Personal Reminiscences of the War. 

By Rev. J. D. Bloodgood, Ph. B., late Sergeant Co. I, 

141st Pennsylvania Volunteers. 
New York: Hunt & Eaton. 1893. l2mo. pp. 342. Autograph of Author. 

Bloor, Alfred J. — Letters from the Army of the Potomac 
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supply correspondents of the U. S. Sanitary Commission. 
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Washington. 1864. 8vo. pp. 70. 

Boggs, S. S. — Eighteen Months a Prisoner Under the Rebel 
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Lovington, 111.: S. S. Boggs, late Sergeant, 21st Illinois Infantry. Author 

and Publisher. 1887. i2mo. pp. 73. 

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Boies, A. H. — War Memories. Nos. 1-5. 

Adrian Weekly Times and Expositor, March 19, 1886. 12 mo. pp. 19. 

Boies, Andrew J. — Record of the Thirty-third Massachu- 
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Fitchburg: Printed by the Sentinel Printing Company. 1880. 8vo. pp. 168. 

Boissonnas, B. — Un Vaincu Souvenirs du General Robert Lee 

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Bokum, Hermann. — The Testimony of a Refugee from 
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Philadelphia. 1863. 8vo. pp. 24. Cuttings inserted. 

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Bokum, Hermann. — Wanderings North and South. By 
Hermann Bokum, Chaplain U. S. A., Turner's Lane 
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Philadelphia. 1864. 8vo. pp. 73. 

Bolles, Albert Sidney. — The Financial History of the United 

States. By Albert S. Bolles. 
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Bollinger, Jesse. — The Battle of Hanover, Pennsylvania, 
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Hanover, Pa.: Typographical Union Label. i8mo. pp. 10. 

Bolton, Horace W. — Personal Reminiscences of the Late 
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Chicago, 111. : Published by H. W. Bolton. 1892. i2mo. pp.219. 

Bolton, Horace W. — Our Fallen Heroes and other addresses 
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Bond, W. R. — Pickett or Pettigrew? An Historical Essay. 

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Army Northern Virginia. 
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Bond, W. R. — Pickett or Pettigrew? An Historical Essay. 
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Books, Charles. — Address delivered in Oak-Grove Cemetery, 
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of the Monument erected in honor of the Medford Volun- 
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Boston: Press of John Wilson & Son. 1866. 8vo. pp. 14. 

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Booth, Edwin G. — In War Time. Two Years in the Con- 
federacy and two years North, with many reminiscences 
of the days long before the War. By Edwin G. Booth. 

Philadelphia: John D. Avil & Co. 1885. 8vo. pp. 221. (1). 19 pages portraits. 

Booth, Richard R. — A Memorial of Lieut. Franklin Butler 
Crosby, of the Fourth Regiment U. S. Artillery, who was 
killed at Chancellorsville, Va., May 3, 1863. 
By Richard R. Booth. 

(Motto.) New York: Anson D. F. Randolph. 1864. 48mo. pp. 69. 

Borton, Benjamin.— On the Parallels of Chapters of 
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Woodstown, N. J.: Monitor- Register Print. 1903. i2mo. pp. 333 (1). 

Autograph of Author. (Sketch of service with 9th New Jersey Infantry.) 

Borton, Benjamin. — Awhile With the Blue, or Memories of 
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Passaic, N. J.: Wm. Taylor, Printer. 1898. i2mo. pp.168. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Bosbyshell, Oliver Christian. — Pennsylvania at Antietam. 
Report of the Antietam Battlefield Memorial Commission 
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Monuments erected by the Commonwealth of Pennsyl- 
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Commands engaged in the Battle. 

Harrisburg, Pa.: Harrisburg Publishing Company, State Printer. 1906. 

8vo. pp. 260. 

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Bosbyshell, Oliver Christian. — The 48TH in the War. Being 
a Narrative of the Campaigns of the 48th Regiment 
Infantry, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, during the 
War of the Rebellion. By Oliver Christian Bosbyshell, 
late Major. 

Philadelphia: Avil Printing Company. 1895. 8vo. pp. 205. 

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Bosson, Charles P. — History of the Forty-second Regiment 
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By Sergeant Major Charles P. Bosson. 

Boston: Mills, Knight & Co., Printers. 1886. i2mo. pp. 6 (1) 1-465. 

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Bothwell, A. J. — General Grant. Sketches of His Life in 
Pen and Pencil. The Nation's Hero. Story of the Great 
Warrior's Military Career. The Silent Soldier at West 
Point. Through the Mexican War — At Belmont, Fort 
Donelson, Pittsburg Landing, Vicksburg, Lookout Moun- 
tain, Petersburg and Appomattox. 

Chicago, 111. 8vo. pp. 22. 

Bothwell, A. J. — The Old Commander. Gen. U. S. Grant. 

Sketches of his Life in Pen and Pencil. 
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Botta, Vincenzo. — Catalogue of an Autograph Album pre- 
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New York: John A. Gray and Y. Green, Printers. 1864. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Boudrye, Louis N. — Historic Records of the Fifth New 
York Cavalry First Ira Harris Guard, its organization, 
marches, raids, scouts, engagements and general services 
during the rebellion of 1 861 -1865, with observations of the 
Author by the way, giving sketches of the armies of the 
Potomac and of the Shenandoah, also interesting accounts 
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officers and men. Illustrated with steel portraits and 
wood cuts. 

Albany, N. Y. 1865. i2mo. pp. 385. 

Boudrye, Louis N. — Historic Records of the Fifth New 
York Cavalry, First Ira Harris Guard ; its Organization, 
Marches, Raids, Scouts, Engagements and General 
Services during the Rebellion of 1 861 -1865. With 
Observations of the Author by the Way, giving Sketches 
of the Armies of the Potomac and the Shenandoah, also 
interesting accounts of prison life and of the Secret 
Service; complete lists of its Officers and Men. By Rev. 
Louis N. Boudrye, Chaplain of the Regiment. Illus- 
trated with steel portraits and wood cuts. 

Albany, N. Y.: J. Munsell. 1868. 

Sm. 8vo. pp. XV. 385. (3) Third edition enlarged. 

Boudrye, Louis N. — The Libby Chronicle. Devoted to 
Facts and Fun. A true copy of the Libby Chronicle as 
written by the prisoners of Libby in 1863. 

Albany, N. Y.: Published by Louis N. Boudrye. 1889. Imp. 8vo. (4) 1-51. 

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Bouton, Edward. — The Battle of "Shiloh." A Paper 
prepared and read before California Commandery of the 
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, 
April ii, 1896, by Companion Edward Bouton, Colonel 
59th U. S. Colored Infantry, Bvt. Brig.-General U. S. Vols. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 27. 

Boutwell, George Sewell. — The Lawyer, the Statesman and 

the Soldier. By George S. Boutwell. 
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Bouy, C. W. — William W. Jennings. Address by Rev. C. W. 
Bouy, Grace Methodist Church, Harrisburg, Pa., Satur- 
day, March 3, 1894. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 1894. i2mo. pp. 26. 

Privately printed. Autograph note of Author. 

Bowen, Edward Roscoe. — Collis' Zouaves. The 114th Penn- 
sylvania Infantry at Gettysburg. By Colonel Edward R. 
Bowen. 

The Press. June 22, 1887. i2mo. pp. (10). 

Bowen, James L. — Dedication of the Monuments of the 
7th, 10th and 37th Mass. Vols, at Gettysburg, Pa., October 
6, 1886, with the Dedicatory Address. By James L. 
Bowen, President of the 37th Regiment Association, 
Springfield, Mass. 1886. Published for the Committee, 
by James L. Bowen. 

Springfield, Mass.: The Homestead Job Print. 1886. 48010. pp.56. 

Bowen, James L. — History of the Thirty-seventh Regi- 
ment Mass. Volunteers, in the Civil War of 1 861 -1865, 
with a comprehensive sketch of the doings of Massa- 
chusetts as a State and of the principal campaigns of the 
War. By James L. Bowen. 

Clark W. Bryan & Company, Publishers. 1884. 8vo. pp.431. Appendix LI. 

Bowen, James L. — Massachusetts in the War 1861-1865. 
By James L. Bowen, with an introduction by Hon. Henry 
L. Dawes, U. S. Senator from Massachusetts. 

Springfield, Mass.: Clark W. Bryan & Co. 1889. 8vo. pp. XI. 1-1029. 

Bowie, George Washington. — Address delivered before the 
Society of California Volunteers, at its Second Annual 
Celebration, at San Francisco, April 25, 1867. By Brevet 
Brig.-Gen. G. W. Bowie, late Colonel 5th California 
Infantry. 

San Francisco. 1867. 8vo. pp. 16. 

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Bowley, Freeman S. — Seven Months in Confederate 
Military Prisons. A Paper Prepared and Read before 
California Commandery of the Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion of the United States, May 2, 1890, by Com- 
panion Freeman S. Bowley, First-Lieutenant 30th U. S. 
Colored Infantry. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Bowley, Freeman S. — The Battle of the Mine. 

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Bowman, S. M. — Irwin, R. B. — Sherman and His Cam- 
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New York. 1865. 8vo. pp. 512. Autograph letter of Gen. Sherman. 

Bowman, T. H. — Reminiscences of An Ex-Confederate 
Soldier or Forty Years on Crutches. By T. H. Bowman, 
Ex-Secretary of State and Ex-Superintendent of State 
Orphan Home. 

Austin, Texas: Gammel Statesman Publishing Company. i2mo. pp. 126. 

Boyce, C. W. — A Brief History of the Twenty-eighth 
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Muster- Roll of the Regiment, and many Pictures, Articles 
and Letters from Surviving members and friends, with 
the report of proceedings of the Thirty-fifth Annual 
Re-union held at Albion, New York, May 22, 1896. 

Buffalo, N. Y.: C. W. Boyce. Ry. 8vo. pp. 190. 

Boyce, Joseph. — Personal Reminiscences, First Regiment of 
Missouri Infantry, C. S. A. By Joseph Boyce, Captain 
D Company. 

St. Louis: The Republican. 1883-1886. i2mo. pp. — 

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Boyd, David French. — General W. T. Sherman as a College 
President. By David French Boyd. Reprinted from 
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Baton Rouge: Ortlieb's Printing House. 1910. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Boyd, James P. — Military and Civil Life of Gen. Ulysses 
S. Grant. Leading Soldier of the Age; President of the 
United States; Loved and Honored American Citizen; 
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(Motto.) Philadelphia, Pa. : Standard Publishing Co. 1885. 8vo. pp.734. 

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Boyd, James P. — The Gallant Trooper General Philip 
H. Sheridan. By James P. Boyd, A. M., L. B., Author 
of Military and Civil Life of U. S. Grant ; Political History 
of the United States; Wonders of the Heavens, Earth and 
Ocean; Emperor William I and the German Empire, etc. 

Philadelphia, Pa.: Franklin News Co. i2mo. pp. 224. 

Boyd, Orsemus Bronson. — Cavalry Life in Tent and Field. 

By Mrs. Orsemus Bronson Boyd. 
New York: J. Selwan Tait & Sons. 1894. i2mo. pp. 376. 

Boykin, E. M. — The Falling Flag. Evacuation of Richmond, 
retreat and surrender at Appomattox. By an officer of the 
Rear-guard. 

New York: E. J. Hale & Son. 1874. i2mo. pp. 67. 

Boyle, John Richards. — Abraham Lincoln. Military Order 
of the Loyal Legion of the United States Commandery of 
the State of Pennsylvania Memorial Meeting, February 
15, i9ii,''The Making of Abraham Lincoln." By Com- 
panion Captain John Richards Boyle, D. D. 

Philadelphia. 191 1. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Boyle, John Richards. — Soldiers True. The Story of the 
One Hundred and Eleventh Regiment Pennsylvania 
Veteran Volunteers, and of its Campaigns in the War for 
the Union 1 861 -1865. By John Richards Boyle, D. D., 
late Adjutant One Hundred and Eleventh Regiment 
Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, Captain and Assistant- 
Quartermaster United States Volunteers, Companion of 
the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United 
States, Member of the Philadelphia Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church. Published by Authority of 
the Regimental Association. 

New York: Eaton & Mains. Cincinnati: Jennings &Pye. 1903. 8vo. pp.368. 

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Boyle, John T. — An Outline Sketch of the Ninety-sixth 
Pennsylvania Volunteers. By John T. Boyle, formerly 
Captain Co. D. 

The Times, July 17, 1886. i2mo. pp. (18). 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Around Chattanooga. 

Cincinnati: The Commercial Gazette. Aug. 8, 15, 18, 1888. i2mo. pp. (45). 
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Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Chattanooga and Chicka- 
mauga. Reprint of Gen. H. V. Boynton's Letters to the 
Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. August, 1888. 

Washington, D. C. 1888. 8vo. pp. 59. 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Chickamauga and Chatta- 
nooga National Military Park Commission. Battles 
about Chattanooga, Tenn., November 23-25, 1863. 
Orchard Knob, Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge. 
Organization of the Union Forces (Commanded by Maj.- 
Gen. U. S. Grant) and of the Confederate Forces (Com- 
manded by General Braxton Bragg). Compiled by H. 
V. Boynton, Assistant in Historical Work. Roster from 
Official Records^ War of the Rebellion. 

Washington. 1893. 8vo. pp. 35. (1). 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Chickamauga. A Short Descrip- 
tion of the Battlefield as it now is. By Gen. H. V. 
Boynton. With Illustrations and Maps. 

Cincinnati, O.: The Queen & Cresent Route. 1895. 8vo. pp. — 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Criticisms on the Histories 
now in use in the Public Schools of the District of 
Columbia. By Gen. Henry V. Boynton, President of the 
Board of Education. 

Washington, D. C. 1900. 8vo. pp. 10. 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Criticisms on the Histories now 
in use in the Public Schools of the District of Columbia. 
By Gen. Henry V. Boynton, President of the Board of 
Education. 

Washington, D. C. 1901. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Dedication of the Chicka- 
mauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, 
September 18-20, 1895. Report of the Joint Committee to 
represent the Congress at the Dedication of the Chicka- 
mauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, compiled 
by H. V. Boynton for the Committee. 

Washington : Government Printing Office. 1896. 8vo. pp.374. 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Errors in School Histories 
compared with the Official Record. By General H. V. 
Boynton. The Civil War Period. 

Washington, D. C: Speech Publishing Company. 1903. 8vo. pp. 17. 

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Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Gen. Sherman's Memoirs. 
Johnston's escape from Dalton. An answer to Gen. 
Kilpatrick. Extract from Records in the War Depart- 
ment. 

New York: The Times, Jan. 10, 1876. i2mo. pp. — Newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Historical Sketch of the 
Virginia Campaign, by Gen. H. V. Boynton, with com- 
plete map of the Battlefields Prepared from Official 
Records in the War Department. 

32nd Annual Encampment G. A. R. Sept. 5, 1898, Cincinnati, Ohio, Via 

Chespeake & Ohio Ry. i2mo. Folded. 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Oration by Gen. H. V. Boynton 

delivered at Guilford Battle Ground July 4, 1900. 
Greensboro, N. C: Published by the Guilford Battle Ground Company, n. d. 
8vo. pp. 13. Relates to N. C. in the War of the Rebellion. 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Remarks of Gen. H. V. Boynton, 
Chairman of the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National 
Park Commission, at Orchard Knob, Chattanooga, Nov. 
2 3> 1899, on the occasion of the Dedication of the Illinois 
State Monuments. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. (4). 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Reply to Col. C. W. Moulton's 

Review of Boynton's review of Sherman's Memoirs. 
The Cincinnati Gazette. 1876. i2mo. pp. — 
Two Autograph letters of Gen. H. V. Boynton. 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — The Annual Address delivered 
at the Twenty-third Reunion of the Society of the Army 
of the Cumberland, held at Chickamauga, Georgia, 
September 14 and 15, 1892, by Henry V. Boynton, 
Brevet Brigadier-General U. S. V. 

Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co. 1892. 8vo. pp.37. Autograph note of Author. 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — The National Military Park — 
Chickamauga, Chattanooga. An Historical Guide with 
maps and illustrations. By H. V. Boynton. 

Cincinnati: The Robert Clarke Company. 1895. 8vo. pp. XVIII. 1-307. 

Presentation copy. Author's Autograph. 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — The National Military Park. 
(Embracing the Chickamauga and Chattanooga Battle- 
fields.) With Portrait of General George H. Thomas and 
two maps. 

The Century Magazine, September, 1895. pp. 703-708. 



Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Thomas at Nashville. The 
Old Charge Revived That He Was Tardy There. His 
Speed Wonderful, Really. 

The Sun, Sunday, August 9, 1896. i2mo. pp. (24). (Mounted.) 

Autograph note of Author. 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Sherman's Historical Raid. 
The memoirs in the light of the Record. A review based 
upon compilations from the files of the War Office. H. 
V. Boynton. 

Cincinnati: Wilstach, Baldwin & Co. 1875. 8vo. pp. 276. 

Presentation copy. Two Autograph letters of Gen. Boynton, cuttings, etc. 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. — Was General Thomas Slow at 
Nashville? With a description of the Greatest Cavalry 
Movement of the War and General James H. Wilson's 
Cavalry operations in Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia. 
By Henry V. Boynton, Brevet Brig.-Gen. U. S. V., 
Historian Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park 
Commission. 

New York: Francis P. Harper. 1896. i6mo. pp. 95. 

Brackett, Anna Callender. — Charleston. South Carolina. 

(1861.) By Anna C. Brackett. 
Harpers Magazine, pp. 941-950. 

Brackett, Albert Gallitin. — History of the United States 
Cavalry from the formation of the Federal Government 
to the 1st of June, 1863, to which is added a list of all the 
Cavalry Regiments, with the names of their Commanders, 
which have been in the United States service since the 
breaking out of the Rebellion. 

New York. 1865. i2mo. pp. XII. 337. Autograph note of Col. Brackett. 

Brackett, Albert Gallitin. — The Story of a Regiment 

(History of the 2d U. S. Cavalry.) 
The American Hist. Record, Nov.-Dec., 1872. pp. — 

Bradford, Augustus W. — Address of Ex-Governor Bradford 
at the dedication of the Antietam National Cemetery, 
September 17, 1867. 

Baltimore. 1867. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Presentation copy. Ms. corrections and Gov. Bradford's Autograph. 

Bradford, Jr., Gamaliel. — Lee. The American. By Gamaliel 

Bradford, Jr. 
Boston and New York: Houghton-Mifflin Company, 1912. 8vo. pp. XVI. 
1-324. 

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Bradford, Sarah H. — Scenes in the Life of Harriet Tubman. 

By Sarah H. Bradford. 
Auburn: W. J. Moses, Printer. 1869. i6mo. pp. 132. 

Bradley, George S. — The Star Corps, or notes of an Army 
Chaplain, during Sherman's Famous " March to the Sea." 
Rev. G. S. Bradley, Chaplain 22d Wisconsin. 

Milwaukee: Jermain & Brightman. 1865. i2mo. pp. XI. 13. 304. 

Autograph of Author. 

Bradley, Isaac Samuel. — A Bibliography of Wisconsin's 
Participation in the War between the States Based upon 
Material contained in the Wisconsin Historical Library. 
Compiled by Isaac Samuel Bradley, Librarian and Assist- 
ant Superintendent of the Wisconsin Historical Society. 

Wisconsin History Commission. May, 191 1. 8vo. pp. IX. 1-42. 

Bradley, James. — The Confederate Mail Carrier or from 
Missouri to Arkansas, Through Mississippi, Alabama, 
Georgia and Tennessee. An Unwritten Leaf of the 
"Civil War." Being an account of the Battles, Marches 
and Hardships of the First and Second Brigades, Mo., 
C. S. A., together with the thrilling adventures and narrow 
escapes of Captain Grimes and his fair accomplice who 
carried the mail by "the underground route" from the 
Brigade to Missouri. By James Bradley, Mexico, Mo. 
1896. 

n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 275. 

Bradt, George M. — Souvenir Album of Chattanooga- and 

Lookout Mountain. 
Chattanooga, Tenn.: Geo. M. Bradt. n. d. Sm. 4to. pp. (22). 

Brady, Mathew B. — Gardner, Alexander. — Original Photo- 
graphs Taken on the Battlefields during the Civil 
War of the United States. By Mathew B. Brady and 
Alexander Gardner, who operated under the authority of 
the War Department and the protection of the Secret 
Service. Rare reproductions from Photographs selected 
from seven thousand original negatives taken under the 
most hazardous conditions in the midst of one of the most 
terrific conflicts of men that the world has ever known, 
and in the earliest days of photography. These negatives 
have been in storage vaults for more than forty years and 
are now of the private collection of Edward Bailey Eaton. 
Valued at $150,000. First presentation from this historic 
collection made officially and exclusively by the owner. 

Hartford, Connecticut. 1907. 4to. Oblong. Folio. 



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War. 

A Collection of all the Circulars, prints, etc., issued by the Review of Reviews 
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Brady, Mathew B. — Brady's National Photographic Col- 
lection of War Views, and Portraits of Representative 
Men, New York and Washington, D. C. 

New York: C. A. Alvord, Printer. 1870. i2mo. pp. 139. 

Brady, Mathew B. — Brady's National Photographic Col- 
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Men. 

New York: Raymond & Caulon, Printers. i2mo. pp. 103. 

Bragg, Braxton. — General Order, Headquarters, Department 
of Tupelo, Miss., June 27, 1862, assuming command of the 
Department. 

8vo. pp. I. Ms. endorsement by Gen. Bragg. 

Bragg, Braxton. — Official Report of the Battle of Chicka- 

mauga. Published by order of Congress. 
Richmond: R. M. Smith, Public Printer. 1864. 8vo. pp. 234. 

Bragg, Braxton. — Operations Before Chattanooga. Re- 
port of General Bragg. Headquarters Army of Tennessee, 
Dalton, Ga., Nov. 30, 1863. 

Richmond, Va. 1864. 8vo. pp. (4). 

Bragg, Edward Stuyvesant. — Address of Gen. Edward S. 
Bragg, before the Society of the Army of the Potomac, 
at Detroit, Michigan, June 14, 1882. 

Washington, D. C: E. W. Oyster, Globe Office. 1882. 8vo. pp.19. 

Branch, Erskine B. — A Brief Sketch of the Experience of a 
Union Soldier in the Late War. 

Washington: Chronicle Print. 1870. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Branch, Erskine B. — Reminiscences of Erskine B. Branch 
(Private Co. D, 77th N. Y. S. Vol.) 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. 

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Brand, William A. — Roll of Honor. The Soldiers of 

Champaign County who died for the Union. 
Urbana, Ohio. 1876. i6mo. pp. — Autograph note of Author. 

Brand, W. H. — Lieutenant-General Stephen D. Lee. 

The Land We Love, Mar., 1867. pp. 324-329. April, 1867. pp. 497-413. 

Brand, W. H. — Lieutenant-General N. B. Forrest. 

The Land We Love, August, 1866. pp. 268-275. 

Brand, W. H. — The 2nd Missouri Cavalry (C. S. A.) 

The Land We Love, Aug., 1867. pp. (3. 272-282). 

Brandt, H. H. G. — History of the Services of the Third 
Battery Wisconsin Light Artillery in the Civil War of 
the United States 1861-65. Compiled from all sources, 
principally from members themselves. 

Courant Press, Binder. 48mo. pp. 102 (2). 

Branson, David. — Life and Character of Col. David 
Branson, compiled from previously published biographies. 

1874- 
Sunday Republic Print. 1874. 48mo. pp. 15. 

Braun, Herman A. — Andersonville, an object lesson on 
protection. A critical sketch by Herman A. Braun. 
Right of Translation reserved. 

Milwaukee, Wis.: Published by the C. D. Fahsel Publishing Co. 1892. 

l6mo. pp. 164. (2) (Index 2) 

Braxton, Carter M. — Map of the Battlefield of Fredericks- 
burg explained by extracts from official reports; also, 
Gen. R. E. Lee's report of the Battles. 

Lynchburg. 1866. 8vo. pp. 33 and Errata. Autograph note of C. M. Braxton. 

Brearley, William H. — Recollections of the Last Tennes- 
see Campaign, Battle of Campbell Station, Nov. 16, 
1863; Seige of Knoxville, Nov. 17th to Dec. 5, 1863. By 
Will H. Brearley, Co. E, 17th Mich. Vols. 

Detroit: Tribune Book and Job Office. 1871. 8vo. pp. 48. 

Breckinridge, Henry. — Address of Hon. Henry Breckinridge, 
Assistant-Secretary of War, in the Acceptance of the 
Equestrian Statue of Major-General John Sedgwick, 
Gettysburg, Penna., June 19, 1913. 

Philadelphia. 1913. i2mo. pp. 6. 100 copies privately printed, No. 2. 



Breckinridge, Henry. — Address of Hon. Henry Breckinridge, 
Assistant-Secretary of War in the Acceptance of the 
Equestrian Statue of Major-General John Sedgwick, 
Gettysburg, Penna., June 19, 1913. 

Philadelphia. 1913. i2mo. pp. 6. 100 copies privately printed, No. 3. 

Breckinridge, William Campbell Preston. — Addresses 
delivered on various occasions. 

1. A Plea for a History of the Confederate War. An address at the 
decoration of the Confederate Graves in Cave Hill Cemetery, 
Louisville, Kentucky, May 26, 1879. By Wm. C. P. Breckinridge. 

2. Who were the Confederate Dead? Address at the Unveiling 
Ceremonies of the Confederate Monument at Hopkinsville, Ken- 
tucky, May 19, 1887. By Wm. C. P. Breckinridge. 

Louisville: John P. Morton & Co., Printers. 1887. 8vo. pp. 45. 

Breckinridge, William Campbell Preston. — "The Ex-Con- 
federate, and What He Has Done in Peace." An 
address delivered before the Association of the Army of 
Northern Virginia at the Meeting held in Richmond, Va., 
October 26, 1892, by Hon. Wm. C. P. Breckinridge, of 
Kentucky. Printed by order of the Association. 

Richmond: J. L. Hill Company. 1892. 8vo. pp. 22. 

Brents, J. A. — The Patriots and Guerillas of East Ten- 
nessee and Kentucky, The Suffering Patriots. Also 
the experience of the Author as an Officer in the Union 
Army, including sketches of noted guerillas and dis- 
tinguished patriots. 

New York: J. A. Brents. 1863. i2mo. pp. 171. 

Brewer, A. T. — Oration delivered July 24, 1888, on Wolf's Hill, 
Gettysburg, by A. T. Brewer, at dedication of Battle 
Monument in memory of the Sixty-first Pennsylvania 
Volunteers. 

(Motto.) Cleveland, O.: The Cleveland Print'g & Pub'y Co. 8vo. pp. 41. 

Brewer, A. T. — History Sixty-first Regiment Pennsylvania 
Volunteers 1861-1865. Under Authority of the Regimental 
Association. A. F. Brewer, Historian. 

Pittsburgh, Pa.: Art Engraving & Printing Co. 8vo. pp. 234. 

Brewer, W. — Alabama. Her history, resources, War Record, 

and Public Men, from 1540 to 1872. By W. Brewer. 
(Motto.) Montgomery, Ala. 1872. 8vo. pp. 712. 

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Briant, C. C. — History of the Sixth Regiment Indiana 
Volunteer Infantry, or both the Three Months and Three 
Years Services. This work contains, not only a complete 
history of the Sixth Indiana Regiment, its trials and hard- 
ships, the battles in which it was engaged, but a full 
description of every battle, its results, etc., also the losses 
on both sides, who the Commanding officers were, etc., a 
description of the Country and the people and a thousand 
other items of general interest to both the old soldier and 
the general reader, interspersed with anecdotes of the war. 
It also gives a record of every man that ever belonged to 
the Regiment, telling when and where he enlisted, how 
long and in what capacity he served, showing his pro- 
motions, and what finally became of him, telling whether 
he was killed in action, died of wounds or disease, was 
captured or discharged, etc., and just when and where 
these things happened. Written from personal know- 
ledge and the records by the chosen Historian of the 
Regiment. By C. C. Briant, Captain Co. K, Versailles, 
Indiana. 

Indianapolis: Wm. E. Burford, Printer and Binder. 1891. 

i2mo. pp. IV. (1) 1-423. Autograph note of Author. 

Bridgman, C. D. W. — Sermon Commemorative of Justin R. 
Huntley (44th N. Y. Vol.) delivered Oct. 23, 1864, by 
C. D. W. Bridgman, Pastor of the Pearl Street Baptist 
Church, together with memoir and letters. 

Albany: Weed, Parsons & Company. 1865. 8vo. pp. 60., and Portrait. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Bridgman, C. D. W. — Words Spoken in the Second Pres- 
byterian Church, Albany, May 2, 1864, at Obsequies of 
the late Colonel Lewis Benedict. 

Albany. 1866. 8vo. pp. — 

Bringhurst, Thomas H. — Swigart, Frank. — History of 
the Forty-sixth Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry, 
September, 1 861 -September, 1865. Compiled by Order 
of the Regimental Association. 1888. 

Logansport, Indiana. 1888. 8vo. pp. VI. 220. 

Brinkerhoff, Henry Rowan. — History of the Thirtieth 
Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, from its Organization 
to the fall of Vicksburg, Miss. By Lieut. Henry R. 
Brinkerhoff, Thirtieth Ohio. 

Columbus, O.: James W. Osgood, Printer. 1863. i2mo. pp. 112. 

Autograph note of Author. 

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Brinkerhoff, Henry Rowan. — The Fifteenth Regiment of 
Infantry. By Captain H. R. Brinkerhoff, 15th U. S. 
Infantry. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution. Nov., 1892. pp. 1256-1274. 

Brinkerhoff, Roeliff. — Recollections of a Lifetime. By 

General Roeliff Brinkerhoff. 
Cincinnati: The Robert Clarke Company. 1900. 8vo. pp. XIII. 1-448. 

Brinton, John Hill. — Valedictory Address to the Graduating 
Class of the Army Medical School, Washington, D. C. 
Delivered March 13, 1896, by John H. Brinton, M. D., 
Professor of the Practice of Surgery, and Clinical Surgery, 
in the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia: Late 
Surgeon U. S. Volunteers. 

n. p. 1896. i2mo. pp. 16. 

Brisbin, James Sanks. — A Soldiers' Story of a Soldier's 
Life. Winfield Scott Hancock, ,Major-General U. S. A. 
A Soldier pre-eminent in battle, a Statesman prominent in 
peace, a Citizen conspicuous in the hour of his Country's 
need. His life related in Soldier fashion. By Gen. 
James S. Brisbin, U. S. A. 

Philadelphia: Copyrighted by L. Lum Smith. 1880. i2mo. pp.112. 

Autograph note of Gen. Hancock. 

Brisbin, James Sanks. — The Campaign Lives of Ulysses S. 
Grant and Schuyler Colfax. By Gen. James S. Brisbin. 
Cincinnati: C. F. Vent & Co., Publishers. Chicago: J. S. Goodman & Co. 1868. 
i2mo. pp. X. n-411. 

Bristol, Frank Milton. — Memorial Sermon Preached by 
Invitation before the Department of the Potomac, Grand 
Army of the Republic. The Union Veterans' Union 
Woman's Relief Corps, Legion of Loyal Women, Ladies of 
the G. A. R., and other Patriotic Organizations being 
present in large numbers as Guests. By Rev. Frank M. 
Bristol, A. M., D. D., at Metropolitan M. E. Church, 
Washington, D. C, Sunday Evening, May 26, 1901. 

Published by Department of the Potomac G. A. R. 1 901. i2mo. pp. 31. 

Britton, Wiley. — The Civil War on the Border. A Narra- 
tive of Operations in Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, and the 
Indian Territory, during the years 1861-62, based upon 
the Official Reports of the Federal Commanders, Lyon, 
Sigel, Sturges, Fremont, Halleck, Custis, Schofield, Blunt, 
Herron, and Totten, and of the Confederate Commanders, 
McCulloch, Price, Van Dorn, Hindman, Marmaduke, 
and Shelly. By Wiley Britton, War Department. 1861-62. 

G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1891. 8vo. pp. 477. Second Edition, Revised. 

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Britton, Wiley. — The Civil War on the Border. A Narrative 
of Military Operations in Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, 
and the Indian Territory, during the Years 1863-65, 
based upon the Official Reports and Observations of the 
Author. By Wiley Britton. 

G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1899. Volume II. pp. XXI. (1) 1-546. 

Britton, Wiley. — Memoirs of the Rebellion on the Border, 

1863. By Wiley Britton, late Sixth Kansas Cavalry. 
Chicago: Cushing, Thomas & Co., Publishers. 1882. i2mo. pp. 458. 
Autograph letter of Author. 

Brock, G. C. — Three Months at Campbell Hospital, 

Washington, D. C. By Mrs. G. C. Brock. 
Lowell, Mass. i8mo. pp. 50. 

Brock, Richard A. — Memorials of Gen. Edward Willis, 
C. S. Army, Commandant of the 12th Georgia Infantry, 
who fell at the head of his Regiment in the battle of 
Mechanicsville, May 31, 1864. 

Richmond: Wm. Ellis Jones. 1890. 8vo. pp. 31. 

Brockett, Linus Pierpont. — Men of Our Day, or Biographical 
Sketches of Patriots, Orators, Statesmen, Generals, 
Reformers, Financiers and Merchants now on the Stage 
of Action, including those who in Military, Political, 
Business and Social Life are the prominent leaders of the 
time in this Country. By L. P. Brockett, M. D. Ele- 
gantly illustrated with forty-two portraits from life. 

Published by Ziegler, McCurdy & Co. 1868. 8vo. pp. XXIV. 653. 

Brockett, Linus Pierpont. — Our Great Captains: Grant, 

Sherman, Thomas, Sheridan, and Farragut. 
(Motto.) New York: Charles B. Richardson. 1865. i2mo. pp. 251. 

Brockett, Linus Pierpont. — The Camp. The Battlefield 
and the Hospital, or lights and shadows of the Great 
Rebellion, including adventures of spies and scouts, 
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escapes, sanitary and hospital scenes, prison scenes, etc. 
Splendidly illustrated with over 100 fine portraits and 
beautiful engravings. 

National Publishing Co. 1866. 8vo. pp. — 

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Brockett, Linus Pierpont. — The Philanthropic Results of 
the War in America. Collected from Official and other 
Authentic Sources by an American Citizen. Dedicated 
by permission to the United States Sanitary Commission. 

New York: Sheldon & Co. Boston: Gould & Lincoln. 
London : Trubner & Co. 1864. 48mo. pp.160. 

Brockett, Linus Pierpont — Vaughan, Mary C. — Woman's 
Work in the Civil War. A record of heroism, patriotism 
and patience with an introduction by Henry W. Bellows, 
D. D., President U. S. Sanitary Commission. Illustrated 
with sixteen steel engravings. 

Boston: R. H. Curran. 1867. 8vo. pp. 799. 

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Brockway, Charles B. — A Soldier's Sentiment. Speech of 
Capt. Charles B. Brockway, at the Great Knob Mountain 
Meeting, Columbia County, Pa., on Wednesday, August 
30, 1865. 

n. p. n.d. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Brooks, Charles. — Address delivered in Oak-Grove Cemetery, 
Medford, Mass., September 6, 1866, at the Consecration 
of the Monument erected in honor of the Medford Volun- 
teers. By Charles Brooks. 

Boston: Press of John Wilson and Son. 1866. 8vo. pp. 14. 

Brooke, Elizabeth Tilghman. — The Days of Sixty-three! 

Philadelphia: Printed for the benefit of the Sanitary Commission. 

1864. i2mo. pp. 54. 

"The versification is pleasing, the sentiments elevated, and the earnest 

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Our Daily Fare, 1863. 

Brooks, Elbridge Streeter. — The Story of the American 
Soldier in War and Peace. By Elbridge S. Brooks, 
Author of the Story of the American Indian and the Story 
of the American Sailor. 

Boston: D. Lothrop Company, n. d. 8vo. pp.350. 

Brooks, Noah. — Washington in Lincoln's Time. By Noah 
Brooks, Author of "American Statesmen" and "Abraham 
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New York: The Century Co. 1896. pp. (IX.) 328. 

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Brooks, U. R. — Butler and His Cavalry in the War of 
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one Volume. 

Columbia, S. C: The State Company. 1909. 8vo. pp.591. 

Autograph of General Butler. 

Brooks, U. R. — Stories of the Confederacy. Edited by 

U. R. Brooks. 
Columbia, S. C: The State Company. 1912. 8vo. pp. 410. 

Bross, William. — Biographical Sketch of the Late Gen. 
B. J. Swett. History of Camp Douglas. A paper read 
before the Chicago Historical Society, 1878, by William 
Bross, A. M. 

Chicago: Jansen, McClurg & Co. 1878. 8vo. pp. 28. 

Brotherhead, William. — General Fremont and the injustice 
done him by politicians and envious military men. By 
W. Brotherhead. 

Philadelphia: W. Brotherhead. 1862. 8vo. pp. 10. 

Brown, Alonzo L. — History of the Fourth Regiment of 
Minnesota Infantry Volunteers during the Great Rebellion 
1861-1865. By Alonzo L. Brown, of Co. B of this 
Regiment and also Captain of Co. E Fiftieth Regiment 
United States Colored Infantry. 

St. Paul, Minn.: The Pioneer Press Company. 1892. 8vo. pp. 594. 

Brown, C. O. — Battlefields Revisited. Grant's Chatta- 
nooga Campaign. A Horseback Ride from Chattanooga 
to Atlanta. By Comrade C. O. Brown. 

Kalamazoo, Mich.: Eaton & Anderson. 1886. i8mo. pp. 128. 

Brown, Francis Henry. — Harvard University in the War 
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and Students of Harvard College and the Professional 
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Boston: Cupples, Upham & Company. 1886. 8vo. pp. VI. (1) 407. 

Brown, Francis Henry. — Roll of Students of Harvard 
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by order of the corporation. 

Cambridge. 1866. 8vo. pp. 52. 

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Brown, Francis Henry. — Roll of Students of Harvard 
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Cambridge: Welch, Bigelow& Company. 1869. 8vo. pp.52. Second Edition. 

Brown, George William. — Baltimore and the Nineteenth 
of April, 1861. A study of the War. By George William 
Brown, Chief Judge of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore, 
and Mayor of the City in 1861. 

Baltimore: N. Murray, Publication Agents, Johns Hopkins University. 1877. 
8vo. pp. 176. 

Brown, Harvey Ellicott. — The Medical Department of the 
United States Army from 1775 to 1873. Compiled under 
the direction of the Surgeon-General by Harvey E. Brown, 
Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army. 

Washington, D. C. Surgeon-General's Office. 1873. 8vo. pp. 314. 

Brown, Henry E. — The 28th and 147TH Regiments Penna. 

Vols, at Gettysburg. H. E. Brown, 
n. p. 1892. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Brown, Henri LeFevre. — History of the Third Regiment 
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n. p. 1902. 8vo. pp. 151 (7). Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Brown, Isaac Brownell. — Address of Major Isaac Brownell 
Brown, at the unveiling of the Hartranft Equestrian 
Statue, Harrisburg, May 12, 1899. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 1899. 8vo. pp. 10. 

Brown, Joseph E. — The Story of a Song. Saint Valentine's 

Day. 1889. 
New York: Press of Fleming, Brewster & Alley, n. d. i8mo. pp. (10). 

Brown, Joseph M. — Kennesaw's Bombardment, or How the 
Sharpshooters woke up the Batteries. By Joseph M. 
Brown. 

Atlanta, Ga.: Record Publishing Company. 1890. i2mo. pp. 172. 

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Brown, Joseph M. — The Battle of Allatoona, October 5, 
1864. One of the Gamest and Bloodiest Fights of the 
War, some facts never before published. How the 
Confederate ammunition gave out, and a Courier's 
message caused them to retreat from a field almost won. 
By Joseph M. Brown. 

(Motto.) Atlanta, Ga.: Record Publishing Company. 1890. 4to. pp. 24 (1). 

Brown, Joseph M. — The Great Retreat. Could Johnston 
have defended Atlanta Successfully? The policy of the 
Great Southern General defended and the field looked 
over in the light of events. A review of his plan of 
Campaign. By Joseph M. Brown. 

Atlanta, Ga. n. d. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Brown, Joseph M. — The Mountain Campaigns in Georgia, 

or War Scenes on the W. & A. 1885. 
Atlanta, Ga. n. d. 4to. pp. 51. 

Brown, Joseph N. — An Address delivered by Col. Joseph N. 

Brown, at the November (1900) Meeting of the R. E. 

Lee Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy, who 

Requested him to address them on the Battle of the 

"Bloody Angle," May 12, 1864. 
Anderson, S. C: The Advocate Publishing Co. 1900. 8vc. pp. II. 

Brown, Joseph N. — Supplement to Col. J. N. Brown's Account 

of the Battle of Gettysburg. 
n. p, n. d. 8vo. pp. 4. 

Brown, Joseph N. — The Battle of the Bloody Angle 
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delivered by Col. Joseph N. Brown, at the Reunion of 
Orr's Regiment (McGowan's Brigade) at Bel ton's, S. C, 
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Anderson, S. C: Press of Oulla Printing & Binding Co. n. d. 8vo. pp. 12. 

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Brown, Joseph Willard. — The Signal Corps, U. S. A., in 
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During four years Private, Sergeant and Lieutenant in 
the Corps. With numerous illustrations and maps. 

Boston: Published by the U. S. Veteran Signal Corps Association. 1896. 

8vo. pp. 916. 



Brown, Joseph Willard. — The Signal Corps, U. S. A., in the 

War of the Rebellion. By J. Willard Brown, A. M., during 
four years Private, Sergeant and Lieutenant in the Corps. 
With Illustrations and Maps. 

Boston: Published by the U. S. Veteran Signal Corps Association. 1896. 

8vo. pp. 15-288-399. 

Brown, Leonard. — American Patriotism, or Memoirs of 

"Common Men." By Leonard Brown. 
Des Moines: Redhead and Wellslayer. 1869. i2mo. pp. VII. 574. 
Record of Des Moines and Polk County in the Rebellion. Autograph of Author. 

Brown, Leroy. — Notes on Artillery, from Robins, Hutton, 
Chesney, Mordecai, Dahlgreen, etc. By Leroy Brown, 
Lieutenant Artillery, Virginia Volunteers. 

Richmond. 1862. 8vo. pp. 76. 

Brown, Philip F. — Reminiscences of the War of 1861-1865. 

By Philip F. Brown, Co. "C," 12th Virginia Infantry, 

Mahone's Brigade, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 53. Newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Brown, William Wells. — The Negro in the American 
Rebellion. His heroism and his fidelity. By William 
Wells Brown. 

Boston: Lee & Shepard. 1867. i2mo. pp. XVI. 1-380. 

Contains Histories of Colored Regiments. 

Browne, Francis Fisher. — Bugle Echoes. A collection of 
Poems of the Civil War, Northern and Southern. Edited 
by Francis F. Browne. 

New York: White, Stokes & Allen. 1886. i2mo. pp. X. 336. 

Browne, Frederick W. — Paper of Frederick W. Browne, 
Second Lieut. 1st U. S. Colored Cavalry of Cincinnati, 
Ohio, read before the Ohio Commandery of the Loyal 
Legion, March 4, 1908. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 14. 

Browne, Junius Henri. — Four Years in Secession. Adven- 
tures within and beyond the Union lines, embracing a 
great variety of facts, incidents, and romance of the War, 
including the Author's capture at Vicksburg, May 3, 1863, 
while running the rebel batteries, his imprisonment at 
Vicksburg, Jackson, Atlanta, Richmond, and Salisbury; 
His escape and perilous journey of Four Hundred Miles 
to the Union lines at Knoxville. By Junius Henri 
Browne. With Illustrations. 

Hartford : O. D. Case and Company. 1865. 8vo. pp.450. 

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Browne, Napoleon Bonaparte. — An Address delivered before 
the Union League in the 24th Ward of the City of Phila- 
delphia at its Opening Celebration, May 9, 1863, by N. B. 
Browne, Esq., President of the League. Lord Lyons in 
Council with the New York Democracy. 

Published by the League. 1863. 8vo. pp. 1-16 (1). 

Brownlee, James Henry. — Martial Recitations: Heroic, 
Pathetic, and Humorous for the Veterans' Camp-Fire. 
Collected and arranged by James Henry Brownlee, A. M. 

Chicago, New York: The Werner Company. 1896. i2mo. pp. 232. 

Brownlow, James P. — Report of the Adjutant-General of the 
State of Tennessee of the Military forces of the State from 
1 861 to 1866. 

Nashville, Tenn. 1866. 8vo. pp. 695. List of Officers XII. (2). 

Brownlow, William Gannaway. — Parson Brownlow and 
the Unionists of East Tennessee, with a sketch of his 
life, comprising the story of the experiences and sufferings 
of the Unionists of East Tennessee; the Parson's remark- 
able adventures ; incidents of the prison-life of himself and 
his coadjutors; Anecdotes of his daughter; Editorials of 
the Knoxville Whig; together with an interesting account 
of Buell's occupation of Tennessee. 

New York: Beadle & Company. 1862. i8mo. pp. VIII. 96. 

Brownlow, William Gannaway. — Sketches of the Rise, 
Progress and Decline of Secession, with a Narrative 
of Personal Adventures among the Rebels. 

Philadelphia: Geo. W. Childs. 1862. i2mo. pp. 458. 

Bruce, E. S. — In and About Richmond. 

Harper's Magazine, Mar., 1866. pp. — 

Bruce, George Anson. — The Twentieth Regiment of Massa- 
chusetts Volunteer Infantry 1861-1865. By Brevet Lt.- 
Colonel George A. Bruce, at the request of the Officers' 
Association of the Regiment. 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. 1906. 8vo. pp. VIII. 

(2) I-5I9- 

Bruce, George A. — Memorial Address by Hon. George A. 

Bruce, May 30, 1878. 
Somerville, Mass. 1878. 8vo. pp.12. Autograph letter of Major Bruce. 
"Contains as an incident of the War of 1861-65 one of the best descriptions of 
the burning of Richmond." 



Bruce, James. — Duty, Ours; Consequences, God's. A 
Sermon in Memory of Lieutenant Herman E. Smith, Co. 
F, Third N. Y. Cavalry, preached at Margaretville, N. Y., 
November 20, 1864, by James Bruce. 

Delhi. 1865. i2mo. pp. 48. 

Bruce, Philip Alexander. — American Crisis Biographies — 
Robert E. Lee. By Philip Alexander Bruce, LL. D., 
Author of "Economic History of Virginia in the Seven- 
teenth Century," "The Plantation Negro as a Freeman," 
"Rise of the New South," etc. 

Philadelphia : George W. Jacobs & Company, Publishers. 1907. i2mo. pp. 380. 

Bruce, Wallace. — The Candle Parade. By Wallace Bruce. 
Read by the Author at the Eighteenth Annual Reunion of 
the Society of the Army of the Potomac, held at Saratoga 
Springs, N. Y., June 22, 1887. 

New York: Published by the Bryant Literary Union, n. d. 12 mo. pp. 16. 

Bruce, William J. — Memorial Address, read before the Society 
of the Officers of the New Jersey Battalion at Yorktown, 
upon its Third Anniversary at Edgewater, on Thursday, 
October 20, 1885, by William J. Bruce, Historian. (Gen. 
Mott and Col. Chambers.) 

Camden, N. J.: 1886. 4to. pp. 40. 100 copies privately printed. 

Bruff, J. G. — Army Map of the Seat of War in Virginia, 
showing the Battlefields, Fortifications, etc., on or near 
the Potomac River. Drawn by J. G. Bruff. (Folio Map 
on linen.) 

New York: Published by J. Disternel. n. d. i2mo. pp. — 

Brumbaugh, Martin G. — Proposed Plan Celebration of the 
Fiftieth Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg at 
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Respectfully submitted by 
M. G. Brumbaugh, Delegate from Porto Rico, November 
5, 1910. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 4. Autograph of Author. 

Brunker, H. M. E. — Story of the Campaign in Eastern 
Virginia, Including "Stonewall Jackson's" Operations in 
the Valley, April, 1861, to May, 1863, with Maps and 
Plans. By Lieut.-Colonel H. M. E. Brunker, Author of 
"Notes on Organization," etc. 

London: Foster Groom & Co., Ltd. 1904. 8vo. pp. XXII. 1-124. (Map.) 

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Brunot, F. R. — The Soldier's Return. By F. R. Brunot, Esq. 

(Sketch of 123d Regt. P. V.) 
n. p. n. d. 481110. pp. 24. 

Bryant, Edwin E. — History of the Third Regiment of 
Wisconsin Veteran Volunteer Infantry 1861-1865. By 
Edwin E. Bryant, late Adjutant. With Maps compiled 
by Wm. F. Goodhue, Veteran of Co. C, and a complete 
roster of all who were members of the Regiment. 

Madison, Wis.: Published by the Veteran Association of the Regiment. 1891. 

8vo. pp. XVII. 1-445. (0- 

Bryner, Cloyd. — Bugle Echoes. The Story of the Illinois 

47th. Edition limited. By Cloyd Bryner. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 262. 

Buchanan, James. — Mr. Buchanan's Administration on 
the Eve of the Rebellion. 

New York: D. Appleton and Company. 1866. 8vo. pp. X. 296. 
Portraits of Scott and Buchanan inserted with cuttings. 

Buchanan, James. — Message from the President of the United 
States, transmitting correspondence in relation to Fort 
Sumter, etc. 

36th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Ex. Document No. 61. 

pp. 17. 

Buchanan, W. Jefferson. — Maryland's Hope: Her trials and 
interests in connection with the War. By W. Jefferson 
Buchanan. 

(Motto.) Richmond: West & Johnston. 1864. 8vo. pp. 62. 

Buck, George H. — A Brief Sketch of the service of Co. G, 
40th Mass. Vol. Infantry 1861-1865. By Comrade Geo. 
H. Buck. 

Chelsea, Mass.: Chas. H. Pike & Co., Printers. 19 10. i6mo. pp. 24. 

Buck, Irving A. — Cleburne and His Command. By Irving 
A. Buck, former Capt. and A. A. G. Cleburne's Division. 
Illustrated. 

New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. 1908. 

8vo. pp. XII. 13-382. 

Buckland, Ralph Pomeroy. — Sketch of Gen. Ralph P. 

Buckland. 
n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 4. 

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Bucklin, Sophronia E.— In Hospital and Camp; A Woman's 
Record of thrilling incidents among the Wounded in the 
late War. By Sophronia E. Bucklin, with an introduction 
by S. L. C. 

Philadelphia: John E. Potter and Company. 1869. 8vo. pp. 380. 

Budington, William Ives. — A Memorial of Giles F. Ward, 

Jr., late First-Lieutenant, Twelfth N. Y. Cavalry. 
N. Y. 1866. i2mo. pp. 99. Privately printed. Autograph note of Author. 

Buehler, Fannie J. — Recollections of the Rebel Invasion 
and One Woman's Experience during the Battle of 
Gettysburg. By Fannie J. Buehler. (Written by request 
of her children.) 1896. 

Gettysburg: Star and Sentinel Print. 1900. 8vo. pp. 29. 50 copies printed. 

Buel, J. W. — Hero Tales of the American Soldier and 
Sailor as told by the Heroes Themselves and their 
Comrades. The Unwritten History of American Chivalry. 

Hero Publishing Co. n. d. 4to. pp. 503. 

Buell, Augustus. — Gettysburg. Complete Analysis of the 
Official Records. Facts and Figures. A Great Battle 
Fought in Detail. Gen. Lee's Blunders. The Actual 
Strength of the Forces Engaged. By Buell. 

Washington, D. C: The National Tribune, June 12, 1890. i2mo. pp. (27). 

Mounted. 

Buell, Augustus. — "The Cannoneer." Recollections of Ser- 
vice in the Army of the Potomac. By "A Detached 
Volunteer" in the Regular Artillery, Augustus Buell. 
Sold by Subscription only. 

Washington, D. C: The National Tribune. 1890. 8vo. pp.400. 

Buell, Augustus. — The Cannoneer. Recollections of Service 
in the Army of the Potomac. By "A Detached Vol- 
unteer" in the Regular Artillery. Augustus Buell. 

Washington, D. C: The National Tribune. 1897. 8vo. pp. 384. 

Buell, Don Carlos. — Gen. Buell on Gen. Sherman and the 

Battle of Shiloh, or Pittsburg Landing. 
"New York World." 1865. 8vo. pp. (6). 
Ms. notes and corrections by Gen. Buell and autograph letter. 

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Buell, Don Carlos. — General Buell on General Sherman 

and the Battle of Shiloh, or Pittsburg Landing. 
(New York World, Feb. 18, 1865.) 8vo. pp. (11). (Mounted.) 

Buell, Don Carlos. — Major-General W. T. Sherman and 
the Spring Campaign of 1861 in the West. By General 
D. C. Buell. 

The Historical Magazine, Vol VIII. New Series, August, 1870. pp. 74-82. 

Buell, Don Carlos. — Report of the Committee on Military 

Affairs. 
53d Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 1269. 
pp. 2. Bill pp. 1. 

Buell, Don Carlos. — Statement of Major-General Buell in 
review of the evidence before the Military Commission 
appointed by the War Department in November, 1862. 
Campaign in Kentucky, Tennessee, Northern Mississippi 
and North Alabama in 1861 and 1862. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 71. Ms. notes and corrections and autograph note of Author. 

Buell, Don Carlos. — Sherman and Buell. The First Cam- 
paign of the West. Who should have the credit of 
originating the plan; letter from Gen. Buell. The cor- 
respondence between Generals Halleck, McClellan and 
Buell and the President, interesting official documents. 

New York World. 1865. 8vo. pp. 12. (Mounted.) 

Ms. notes and corrections by Gen. Buell and autograph. 

Buell, Don Carlos. — The Battle of Shiloh. Letter from 
Gen. Buell to Gen. Grant. The truth of history, important 
official documents relating to the Battle of Shiloh. 

New York World. 1866. 8vo. pp. 13. (Mounted.) 

Ms. notes and corrections by Gen. Buell and autograph. 

Buell, L. P. — The Poet Soldier. A Memoir of the worth, 
talent and patriotism of Joseph Kent Gibbons, who fell in 
the service of his country during the great rebellion. By 
L. P. Buell, with an introduction by Nelson Sizer. 

New York: Samuel R. Wells. 1868. i6mo. pp. 48. 

Buffam, F. H. — A Memorial of the Great Rebellion, being 
a history of the Fourteenth Regiment New Hampshire 
Volunteers, covering its three years of service, with 
original sketches of Army life, 1862- 1865. Issued by the 
Committee of Publication. 

Boston: Rand, Avery & Company. 1882. 8vo. pp. XII. 1-443. 

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Buffam, F. H. — Sheridan's Veterans. A souvenir of their 
two campaigns in the Shenandoah Valley. The one of 
War, in 1864; the other of Peace, in 1883, being the record 
of the excursion to the Battlefields of the Valley of Virginia, 
September 15-24, 1883. By one of the Veterans. 

Boston, Mass. December, 1883. 8vo. pp. 128 (1). 

Buford, John. — The Pennsylvania Campaign of 1863. 

General Buford's Report. Now first printed. 
The Historical Magazine. August, 1867. Vol. VI. pp. 65-68. Second Series. 

Bumbaugh, James R. — A Sergeant's Diary. Experience of 
J. R. Bumbaugh with the Army of the Cumberland. 
Served in the 18th U. S. Infantry. A Gallant Soldier 
with a Grand and Glorious Record. "The News" 
secures an Interesting Story of the Civil War. 

Harrisburg, Penna.: The News. n. d. 8vo. pp. (23). (Mounted.) 

Bundy, Jonas M. — The Last Chapter in the History of the 

War. 
The Galaxy, July, 1869. pp. — Autograph note of Author. 

Burdett, Samuel Swinfin. — The Lee Statue. Remarks of 
S. S. Burdett, a comrade of the Grand Army of the 
Republic, before the Middlesex Club, Boston, Massa- 
chusetts, March 24, 1910. (Veteran's Night.) 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 12. Autograph letter of Author. 

Burgess, M. A. — History of the Battlefields Around the 
City of Richmond, and how to Reach them. Distance 
from the City and Full Information Concerning them. 

Richmond, Va.: M. A. Burgess, Publisher. 1905. pp. 24. (Map.) 

Burke, J. H. — Roster of New York Volunteer Soldiers and 
Sailors, Giving Name, Rank, Company, Regiment and 
Present Post Office Address. Compiled by J. H. Burke, 
Burlingame, Kansas. 

Burlingame, Kansas: Taylor & Haverfield. 1891. 48mo. pp. 104. 

Burlingame, John K. — History of the Fifth Regiment of 
Rhode Island Heavy Artillery, during three years and a 
half of Service in North Carolina. January, 1862 -June, 
1865. Compiled under the supervision of John K. 
Burlingame. 

Providence: Snow & Farnham, Printers and Publishers. 1892. 

8vo. pp. XV. 1-382. 

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Burnett, Alfred. — Incidents of the War. Humorous, 
Pathetic, and Descriptive. By Alfred Burnett, Comic 
Delineator, Army Correspondent. 

Cincinnati: Rukey & Carroll, Publishers. 1863. i2mo. pp. X. 310. 

Burnett, Swan M. — The Over-Mountain Men. Some 
Passages from a Page of Neglected History. By Swan M. 
Burnett. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 23. Autograph of Author. 

Burns, James R. — Battle of Williamsburgh with reminis- 
cences of the campaign, hospital experiences, debate, etc. 
New York. 1865. i8mo. pp. 119. 

Burns, Jeremiah. — The Patriot's Offering or the life, 
services, and military career of the noble trio, Ellsworth, 
Lyon and Baker. 

New York. 1862. 12 mo. pp. — 

Burns, William Wallace — Smith, Richard Penn. — Address 
delivered by Gen. Wm. W. Burns, U. S. A., on the 
occasion of the Unveiling of the monument erected in 
honor of the 71st Pa. Vols., and to mark the spot it 
occupied in resisting the force of Gen. Pickett's charge at 
Gettysburg, July 3, 1863. July 3, 1887. Address de- 
livered by Col. R. Penn Smith, 71st Pa. Vols., on the 
occasion of the Unveiling of a Monument erected in 
honor of Lieutenant Cushing and the Fourth U. S. 
Artillery, by the 71st Pa. Vols, at Gettysburg, July 3, 1887. 

n. p. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 4. 

Burr, Fearing — Lincoln, George. — The Town of Hingham 
in the late Civil War, with sketches of its Soldiers and 
Sailors, also the address and other exercises at the dedica- 
tion of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument. Prepared 
by Fearing Burr and George Lincoln. 

Published by order of the Town. 1876. 8vo. pp. 455. 

Burr, Frank A.— A New, Original and Authentic Record of the 

Life and Deeds of General U. S. Grant. By Frank A. 

Burr, with an introduction by his Pastor, Rev. J. P. 

Newman, Embellished with nearly 200 fine Illustrations 

of Scenes in the life of the Great Soldier. 
National Publishing Company. 1885. 8vo. pp. 1032. 

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Burr, Frank A. — Carnes, William W. — Chickamauga: The 
Bloody Field of Carnage and Death revisited. The Story 
of Longstreet and Cheatham. The Rallying of the 
Confederate Forces in the Wooded Thickets. The Bold 
Dashes of the Federal Cohorts. The Story of a Battle 
Recalling Old Time Feats of Personal Prowess. Men 
Ridden into the Jaws of Death! 

Chickamauga : A Battle of which the Half has not been 
told. Inaccuracies of Previous Histories Pointed out and 
set Right. The Plan of Battle, the Men Engaged, Their 
Numbers and Disposition, and Incidents Generally, etc. 

Atlanta, Ga. 1883. i2mo. pp. 32. 

Burr, Frank A. — Gen. Nathan Goff, Jr. A Biographical 
Sketch. From the Wheeling Sunday Register, October 15, 
1882. By Col. Frank A. Burr, of the Phila. Press. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia: Press of Wm. F. Fell & Co. Imp. 8vo. pp. 10. 

Burr, Frank A. — Life and Achievements of James Addams 
Beaver. Early life, military services and public career. 
By Frank A. Burr. Illustrated. 

Philadelphia: Ferguson Bros. & Co., Printers. 1882. i2mo. pp. 205. 

Autograph letter of Gen. Beaver. 

Burr, Frank A. — Hinton, Richard J. — "Little Phil" and 
his troopers. The life of Gen. Philip H. Sheridan. Its 
romance and reality: How a humble lad reached the 
head of an Army. The career and achievements of this 
masterly leader of men in battle; realistic descriptions of 
the march, raid and charge of the horseman, and graphic 
sketches of other great cavalry leaders. By Frank A. 
Burr and Richard J. Hinton. Illustrated. 

Providence, R. I.: J. A. & R. A. Reid, Publishers. 1888. 8vo. pp. 445. 

Autograph letter of Gen. Sheridan. 

Burr, Frank A. — Sketch of the Life and Public Career of 
Gen. James A. Beaver. By Frank A. Burr, of the 
Philadelphia "Press." Illustrated. 

Philadelphia: Ferguson Bros. & Co., Printers. 1882. i6mo. pp. 157. 

Burr, Frank A. — The Battle of Franklin. 

Philadelphia. 1883. l6mo. pp. 30. 

Burrage, Henry Sweetser. — Brown University in the Civil 

War. A Memorial. 
Providence. 1868. Sm. 4to. pp. VIII. (4) 1-380. Autograph letter of Author. 

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Burrage, Henry Sweetser. — Burnside's East Tennessee 
Campaign. By Henry S. Burrage, Captain and Brevet 
Major, 38th Massachusetts Volunteers. Read before the 
Society, February 1, 1910. Reprinted from the Papers of 
the Military Historical Society of Massachusetts, Volume 
VIII. The Mississippi Valley, Tennessee, Georgia, Ala- 
bama, 1861-1864. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 561-603. 112. 

Burrage, Henry Sweetser. — Gettysburg and Lincoln. The 
Battle, the Cemetery and the National Park. By Henry 
Sweetser Burrage, Bvt. Major U. S. Vols. Illustrated. 

New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1906. 8vo. pp. XII. 1-224. 
Autograph letter of Author. 

Burrage, Henry Sweetser. — Reminiscences of Prison Life. 
By Bvt. Major Henry S. Burrage. A Paper read before 
the Maine Commandery of the Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion of the United States. 

n. p. 1907. 8vo. pp. 18. 

Burrage, Henry Sweetser. — Tis Fifty Years Since. Ex- 
tract from a Student's Diary at Brown, April, 1861. By 
Brevet Major Henry S. Burrage. 1861. 

Providence, R. I.: The Brown Alumni Monthly. April, 191 1. pp. 221-226. 

Burrill, Ellen Mudge. — The State House, Boston, Massa- 
chusetts. By Ellen Mudge Burrell. Third Edition. 
(Extract.) Boston. 1907. i2mo. pp. III. 

Burrows, E. J. — The Great Rebellion of 1861. Twelve 
months' History of the United States, showing what a 
Republic can do. Skirmishes and Battles. What the 
Rebels have done to destroy the Union, the Lessons of the 
Year, etc. Collected and arranged by E. J. Burrows. 

Philadelphia: C. Sherman & Son, Printers. 1862. l2mo. pp. 60. 

Burrows, J. Lansing. — The Christian Scholar and Soldier. 
Memoirs of Lewis Minor Coleman, Professor in the 
University of Virginia, Lieut.-Col. of First Reg't. Va. 
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Butler, Benjamin Franklin. — Loyal Publication Society, 

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Bill and Report for the Relief of the Fourth Arkansas Mounted 

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Bill With Report Granting a pension to Josephine F. Kelton, 
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Bowdoin College. Roll of Honor in the War. 

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Brevet Appointments in the Regular Army. Message 
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Brevier Quad's Souvenir of Gettysburg, containing names 
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Brief Sketch of the Fourteenth Regiment North Carolina 

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Brief Sketch of the Life and History of General 

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Brig.-Gen. T. E. G. Ransom. 

Hours at Home. Sept., 1865. 8vo. pp. — 

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Letter to Mrs. Sherman from Ex- Soldier with Gen. and Mrs. 

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Burning of Columbia. Wade Hampton. S. Hist. Soc. Papers. 

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Charleston News & Courier. June 15, 1881. 

14. "Who burnt Columbia?" E. L. Welles. S. Hist. Soc. Papers. 
March, 1882. 

15. Burning of Columbia. James G. Gibbes. The Times. Sept. 4. 

16. Columbia after Sherman's Evacuation. T. H. Ellis. Southern 
Bivouac. Oct. 1882. 

17. Burning of Columbia. S. H. M. Byers. Lippincott's Magazine. 
March, 1882. 

18. Sherman and Columbia. Southern Hist. Soc. Papers. Dec, 1884. 

19. An Incident of the Burning of Columbia, S. C. Magazine of 
American History. December, 1885. 

20. Who Burned Columbia. J. T. Tresevant. The Times. June 6, 
1886. 

21. Who Burned Columbia? By an Alabamian. The Times. July 
4, 1886. 

22. What General Sherman says about it. W. M. Proutz. The 
National Tribune. Dec. 31, 1885. 

23. The Burning of Columbia. Hampton and Report of Citizens' 
Committee. Charleston, S. C. 1888. 

24. Burning of Columbia. Capt. A. E. Wood, U. S. A. North 
American Review. April, 1888. 

25. Burning of Columbia. The Sunday News. Feb. 5, 1888. Wade 
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By-Laws and Rules of Order of Gen. Turner Ashby Camp, 
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Cadle, Cornelius. — Dedication of the Monument Seventy- 
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Calef, B. S. — Prison Life. 

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Calef, John Haskell. — Gettysburg Notes: The Opening Gun. 

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Califf, Joseph Mark. — Record of the Services of the 
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Providence: E. L. Freeman & Co. 1878. 8vo. pp. V. (1) 1-138. 

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Fort Hamilton, N. Y. 1878. 8vo. pp. 8. Autograph note of Author. 

Calkins, Elias Ahera. — Military Order of the Loyal Legion 
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Washington: Government Printing Office. 1910. 8vo. pp. 510. Revised 

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Cameron, William E. — The Life and Character of Robert 
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Trenton, N. J.: Wm. S. Sharp, Printer. 1880. 8vo. pp.25. 

Campbell, Hugh J. — Sketch of Gen. Hugh J. Campbell. 

Portrait, 
n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 5. 

Campbell, Gabriel. — The Charge at South Mountain by 
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Dartsmouth Press. 1903. 8vo. pp. 4. 

Campbell, Gabriel. — War Pictures: A Poem. By Gabriel 
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Ann Arbor: Press of Dr. A. W. Chase. 1865. 8vo. pp. 18. 

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Campbell, John Archibald. — Recollections of the Evacu- 
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Baltimore: John Murphy & Co. 1880. 8vo. pp. 27. 

Campbell, John Archibald. — Reminiscences and Documents 
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John A. Campbell. 

Baltimore: John Murphy & Co. 1887. 8vo. pp. 68. 

Campbell, Robert A. — The Rebellion Register. A History 
of the principal persons and places, Important dates, 
Documents and Statistics, Military and Political, con- 
nected with the Civil War in America, to which is added a 
citizens' manual, containing national Documents, Pro- 
clamations and statistics, political platforms, Grant's 
Report, Parliamentary Rules, etc., Alphabetically ar- 
ranged. Compiled from official and other authentic 
sources. By Robert A. Campbell. 

Kalamazoo, Mich.: R. A. Campbell, Publisher. 1866. i2mo. pp. 378. (1) 

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Camper, Charles — Kirkley, Joseph William. — Historical 
Record of the First Regiment Maryland Infantry, 
with an appendix containing a register of the officers and 
enlisted men, biographies of deceased officers, etc. War 
of the Rebellion, 1861-65. Compiled by Chas. Camper 
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Washington: Gibson Brothers, Printers. 1871. l2mo. pp. X. 312. 

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Candy, Charles.— Statement of Military Services, etc., of 
Charles Candy, (Late) Colonel 66th Ohio Vet. Vol. 
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n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 2. 

Canby, George — Balderston, Lloyd. — The Evolution of 
the American Flag. From materials collected by 
George Canby and Lloyd Balderston, Ph. D., Professor of 
Physics at the West Chester State Normal School. 

Philadelphia: Ferris & Leach. 1909. i2mo. pp. 144. 

Canfield, S. S. — History of the 2ist Regiment Ohio Volunteer 
Infantry in the War of the Rebellion. By S. S. Canfield. 
Toledo. O.: Vrooman, Anderson & Bateman, Printers, n. d. 
8vo. pp. 192. (19) Appendix 47. 

Canfield, William A. — A History of the Army. Experience 

of William A. Canfield, by himself. 
Manchester, N. H. : C. F. Livingston, Printer. 1869. i2mo. pp.34. 

Cannon, John. — History of Grant's Campaign for the 
Capture of Richmond. 1864- 1865. With an outline of the 
previous course of the American Civil War. By John 
Cannon. 

London: Longmans, Green & Co. 1869. i2mo. pp. XL 1-470. 

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Cannon, Joseph Gurney. — Speech of Hon. Joseph G. Cannon 
before the Middlesex Club, Boston, Mass., Saturday, 
April 30, 1910, on "Ulysses S. Grant, The Modest, 
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6 1 st Congress, 2d Session, Senate Document No. 567. May 26, 19 10. 

8vo. pp. 15. 

Cannon, J. P. — Inside of Rebeldom: The Daily Life of a 
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Washington, D. C: The National Tribune. 1900. i2mo. pp. 288. 

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New York. 1895. i2mo. pp. 228. 

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Canonge, Frederic. — Historie Militaire Contemporaine 
1 854- 1 87 1. (Frederic Canonge, Lieutenant-Colonel au 
69 e de Ligne.) 

Paris: G. Charpentier et Cie, Editeurs. 1886. 

Tome I. pp. 516. Tome II. pp. 502. 

Capers, F. W. — Official Report Services Headquarters 
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n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. (2). 

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Confederate Government. By Henry D. Capers, 
n. p. n. d. Part First. 8vo. pp. 44. 

Cardoza, Isaac N. — Reminiscences of Charleston. By 

I. N. Cardoza. 
Charleston. 1866. i2mo. pp. 144. 

Carey, Asa Bacon. — A Sketch of the Organization of the 

Pay Department U. S. Army from 1775 to 1876. 
Washington. 1876. 8vo. pp. 45. 

Carey, Asa Bacon. — The Pay Department. By A. B. Carey, 

U. S. Army Pay Department. 
Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution. Nov., 1890. pp. 1054-1064. 

Carey, James P. — Carey's Record of the Great Rebellion. 
A carefully compiled chronological history of the War, 
from the dawn of the Rebellion to the dawn of peace. By 
James P. Carey. 

New York: Dick & Fitzgerald. 1865. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Carlton, William J. — Company D ("The Die-no-Mores") of 
the Forty-eighth Regiment, New York State Volunteers, 
1 861 -5. A paper read at the First Reunion of the Sur- 
viving members, at Trenton, N. J., July 24, 1891. The 
Thirteenth Anniversary of the Organization of the Com- 
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(Motto.) n. p. 1892. 8vo. pp. 19. Privately printed. 

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John A. Wyeth. By James R. Carnahan. February 

22, 1892. 
n. p. Baker, Randolph L & E Co. 1892. 8vo. pp. 79. 

Carnahan, James Richards. — Indiana at Chickamatjga 
1863-1900. Report of Indiana Commissioners Chicka- 
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Indianapolis. 1901. 8vo. pp. 318. 

Carnahan, James Richards. — Personal Recollections of 
Chickamatjga. A paper read before the Ohio Commandery 
of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United 
States, by Companion James R. Carnahan, late Captain 
86th Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry. January 6, 
1886. 

Cincinnati: H. C. Sherrick & Co. 1886. 8vo. pp. 20. 

Carnahan, J. Worth. — Manual of the Civil War and Key to 
the Grand Army of the Republic and kindred Societies. 
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Chicago, 111. 1897. Sm. 4*0. pp. 255. Revised Edition Illustrated. 

Carnegie, Andrew. — Edwin M. Stanton. An Address by 
Andrew Carnegie on Stanton Memorial Day at Kenyon 
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New York: Doubleday, Page & Company. 1906. 8vo. pp. 35. 

Carpenter, F. A. — History of the 17TH Illinois Cavalry 

Volunteers. By F. A. Carpenter, Private Co. "K." 
n. p. (1887) 4to. pp. (40). 

Carpenter, Francis Bicknell. — Six Months at the White 
House with Abraham Lincoln. The story of a picture. 
New York. 1866. i2mo. pp. — 

Carpenter, George Nathaniel. — History of the Eighth 
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Carpenter. Issued by the Committee of Publication. 

Boston: Press of Leland & Barter. 1886. 8vo. pp. X. (1) 1-330. 

Carpenter, James Edward. — A List of the Battles, Engage- 
ments, Actions and Important Skirmishes in which the 
Eighth Pennsylvania Cavalry participated during the 
War of 1861-1865. Compiled by J. Edward Carpenter, 
Brevet Major of Volunteers, formerly Captain Eighth 
Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Philadelphia. 1886. 8vo. pp. 8. Privately printed. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

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Carpenter, Louis Henry. — "Sheridan's Expedition Around 
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Carpenter, 5th Cavalry, Brevet Colonel, U. S. A. 

Journal of U. S. Cavalry Association. November, 1888. 

pp. 300-324,400-411. 

Carrett, Hannah T. — Patrick, Ellen M. — Ruppel, Myra 
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Tributes of Respect and Love from Associates and 
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Friends' Meeting House on Silbee Street, Lynn, Mass., 
May 30, 1906, in Honor of the late Dr. Esther H. Hawks. 
By Mrs. Hannah T. Carrett, Lexington, Mass.; Miss 
Ellen M. Patrick, Hopedale, Mass.; Myra Allen Ruppel, 
M. D., Lynn, Mass.; Mrs. E. N. Metcalf, Lynn, Mass.; 
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Lynn, Mass.: Boys' Club Press. 1906. i2mo. pp. 31. 

Carrington, Henry Beebe. — Major-General Lew Wallace 
at Shiloh. General U. S. Grant's Vindication of General 
Wallace. The Wallace and Grant Letters and Documents 
with Introductory Note. By General Henry B. Carring- 
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The Bay State Monthly. March, 1885. pp. 330-340 (1). 

Carrington, Henry Beebe. — Ohio Militia and the West 
Virginia Campaign. Responsive to request of the 
Society of the Army of West Virginia, that a full State- 
ment of the part borne by the Militia of Ohio in the rescue 
of West Virginia in 1 861, be furnished by Col. Henry B. 
Carrington, U. S. A., at the Reunion of the Society at 
Marietta, Ohio, Sept. 19, 1879. 

Boston. 1904. i2mo. pp. 15. 

Carrington, Henry Beebe. — The Civil War in 1862. A 
Campaign of Contrasts. By General Henry B. Carrington, 
LL. D. 

Boston, Mass.: The New England Magazine and Bay State Monthly. 
December, 1886. pp. 106-118. 

Carrington, Henry Beebe. — Winfield Scott: A Great 
Soldier with a Great Heart. Address by H. B. Carrington, 
U. S. A., on the evening of his 86th birthday, before the 
Massachusetts Commandery of the Loyal Legion, at its 
Spring Meeting in Boston, March 2, 1910. (Supplemented 
by Official Documents.) 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. 

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Carroll, Annie E. — The Material Bearing of the Tennessee 

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Washington, D. C. : W. H. Moore, Printer, n. d. 8vo. pp. 19. 

Carson, Hampton Lawrence. — The Character of Grant 
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Carson, Esq., at the Academy of Music, Philadelphia, 
April 12, 1899, on the occasion of the unveiling of the 
Equestrian Statue erected by the Fairmount Park Art 
Association. 

Philadelphia. 1899. Ry. 8vo. pp. 19. Privately printed. 
Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Carson, Hampton Lawrence. — Andrew Atkinson Hum- 
phrey, Brigadier-General U. S. Army, Brevet Major- 
General U. S. Army, Chief of Engineers. By Hampton 
L. Carson. Read before the American Philosophical 
Society, Dec. 5, 1884. 

n. p. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 30. Privately printed. Presentation copy. 
General Order No. 104 A. G. 0. 1883, and Gen. Order No. 10 Corps of Engineers 
1883, inserted. 

Carter, William Harding. — Old Army Sketches. By Gen. 
W. H. Carter, Author of "From Yorktown to Santiago 
with the Sixth Cavalry," "Horses, Saddles and Bridles," 
etc. 

Baltimore, Md. : The Friedenwald Company. 1906. i2mo. pp.203. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Carter, William Harding. — From Yorktown to Santiago 
with the Sixth U. S. Cavalry. By Lieutenant-Colonel W. 
H. Carter, Author of "Horses, Saddles and Bridles." 

Baltimore, Md. : The Friedenwald Company. 1900. 8vo. pp. VI. (1) 317. 
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Carter, E. W. — A Remarkable Man: His History. With six 

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St. Louis, Mo. n. d. 8vo. pp. 44. Autograph of Capt. Carter. 

Carter, Robert Coldthwaite. — Record of the Military 
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Washington, D. C. : Gibson Bros., Printers and Bookbinders. 1904. 

8vo. pp. 48 (8). Autograph letter of Captain Carter. 

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Carter, W. R. — History of the First Regiment of Tennessee 
Volunteer Cavalry in the Great War of the Rebellion, 
with the Armies of the Ohio and Cumberland, under 
Generals Morgan, Rosecrans, Thomas, Stanley and 
Wilson. 1862-1865. By W. R. Carter, Co. C. Illustrated. 

Knoxville, Tenn.: Gaut-Ogden Co., Printers and Binders. 1902. 

8vo. pp. 335. Autograph letter of Author. 

Gartland, Fernando G. — Southern Heroes or The Friends 
in War Time. By Fernando G. Cartland, with an 
introduction by Benjamin F. Trueblood, LL. D. 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. : Fernando G. Cartland. 1897. 

8vo. ' pp. XXVIII. 1-480. Autograph note of Author. 

Case, A. P. — Notes on the Taking and Holding of Little Round 
Top at Gettysburg. Movements of the 146th N. Y. 
Vols, on the Field of Gettysburg, July 2, 3, 4 and 5, 1863. 

Vernon, N. Y. October, 1886. 8vo. pp. 3. Ms. corrections by Col. George Meade. 

Case, Theodore Spencer. — The Quartermaster's Guide. 
Being a summary of those Portions of the Army Regula- 
tions of 1863, and General Orders from the War Depart- 
ment from May 1, 1 861, to April 10, 1865, which affect the 
Quartermaster's Department, with full instructions for 
making returns, etc., also all General Orders from the 
Q. M. General's Office to April 10, 1865. By Col. Theo. 
S. Case, A. Q. M., Quartermaster-General of Missouri 
and late Chief Q. M. District Cent'l. Missouri. 

St. Louis: Published by P. M. Pinkard. 1865. 8vo. pp. VII. 9-339. 

Casey Silas. — Sketch of Major-General Silas Casey. (Portrait.) 
n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 50. 

Casler, John O. — Four Years in the Stonewall Brigade. 
By John O. Casler, Private Co. A 33d Regiment Virginia 
Infantry, Stonewall Brigade, 1st Division, 2d Corps, 
Army of Northern Virginia, Gen. Robert E. Lee, Com- 
manding. With Illustrations. Containing the daily 
experiences of four years' service in the ranks from a diary 
kept at the time. A truthful record of battles and 
skirmishes, advance, retreat, and maneuvers of the Army, 
of incidents as they occurred on the march, in the field, 
in bivouac and in battle, on the scout, in hospital and 
prison. Replete with thrilling adventures and hair- 
breadth escapes. 

Guthrie, Oklahoma: State Capital Printing Company. 1893. 

l2mo. pp. XXIX. 17-495. Autograph note of Author. 

140 



Castle, Henry Anson — Joyce, John A. — Proceedings at 
the Removal of the Remains of Major-General John 
Aaron Rawlings from Congressional Cemetery to Arlington 
Cemetery, Va., together with an Address by Hon. Henry 
A. Castle and Original Poem by Col. John A. Joyce, 
delivered upon the occasion at Arlington, Va., Feb. 8, 
1899. This Pamphlet prepared by Thomas R. Sheppard, 
a Past Post Commander of John A. Rawlings Post, No. I, 
Dept. Potomac, G. A. R. 

Hartford. 1899. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Castle, Henry Anson. — Cushman Kellogg Davis. Address 
at unveiling of Monument in Arlington National Cemetery, 
Virginia, May 30, 1903. By Henry A. Castle. 

n. d. n. p. 8vo. pp. 13. 

Castle, Henry Anson. — The Army Mule and other War 
Sketches. By Henry A. Castle, Private, Sergeant-Major 
and Captain Illinois Volunteers. With Illustrations by 
J. W. Vawater. 

Indianapolis and Kansas City: The Bowen-Merrill Company. 1898. 
i2mo. pp. 279. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Castleman, Alfred L. — The Army of the Potomac. Behind 
the scenes. A diary of unwritten history, from the 
organization of the Army by General George B. McClellan, 
to the close of the campaign in Virginia, about the first 
day of January, 1863. By Alfred L. Castleman, Surgeon 
of the Fifth Regiment of Wisconsin Volunteers. 

(Motto.) Milwaukee: Published by Strickland & Co. 1863. i2mo. pp. (3)288- 

Cattell, Alexander Gilmore. — An Address at the unveiling 
of the monument erected by the Commercial Exchange 
Association of Philadelphia (Late Corn Exchange Associa- 
tion) to commemorate the heroic services of the Corn 
Exchange Regiment, 118th Penna. Volunteers. Delivered 
at "Round Top," on the Gettysburg Battlefield, Septem- 
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(Motto.) Philadelphia: The Commercial List Printing House. 1884. 

Ry. 8vo. pp. 30. Privately printed. Presentation copy. 

Cavada, Frederick F. — Libby Life. Experiences of a prisoner 
of War in Richmond, Va., 1863-64. By Lieut. -Colonel 
F. F. Cavada. U. S. V. 

Philadelphia: King & Baird. 1865. i2mo. pp. 221. 

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Cavanagh, Michael. — Memoirs of Gen. Thomas Francis 
Meagher, comprising the Leading Events of his Career 
chronologically arranged, with selections from his speeches, 
lectures and miscellaneous writings, including Personal 
reminiscences. By Michael Cavanagh, Secretary to 
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Worcester, Mass. : The Messenger Press. 1892. 8vo. pp.496. Appendix pp. 38. 

Cave, Robert Catlett. — The Men in Gray. By Robert 

Catlett Cave. 
Nashville, Tenn.: Confederate Veteran. 1911. pp. 143. 

Cermak, Josef. — Deviny Obcanske * Valky S pripojenim 

Zkuisenost Ceskych Vojinu sestavil. Josef Cermak. 
Chicago, 111. 1889. 8vo. pp. 414 (6). 

Chadwick Albert G. — Soldiers' Record of the Town of 
St. Johnsbury, Vermont, in the War of the Rebellion, 
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St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1883. 8vo. pp. IV. 215. 

Chadwick, French Ensor. — Causes of the Civil War 1859- 
1861. By French Ensor Chadwick, Rear-Admiral U. S. N., 
Recent President of the Naval War College. With Maps. 

New York and London: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. 1906. 

8vo. pp. XVI. 1-372. 

Challett, L. E. — At Andersonville. 

The Atlantic Monthly. March, 1865. pp. — 

Chamberlain, James. — Report of Col. James Chamberlain, 

Pennsylvania State Agent at the Southwest. 
Harrisburg. 1866. 8vo. pp. 6. 

Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence. — Abraham Lincoln Seen 
from the Field in the War for the Union. By General 
Joshua L. Chamberlain, U. S. V. A Paper Read before 
the Commandery of the State of Pennsylvania Military 
Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. February 
12, 1909. 

n. p. 1909. 8vo. pp. 21. 100 copies privately printed. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence. — Address of Gen. Joshua 
L. Chamberlain at the Dedication of the Maine Monu- 
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Augusta: Maine Farmer's Almanac Press. 1895. 8vo. pp. 15. 

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Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence. — Address of Gen. Joshua 
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Portland, Me.: The Lakeside Press. 1898. 8vo. pp. 16. Second Edition^ 

Chamberlain. Joshua Lawrence. — Five Forks. A Paper 
Read Before the Military Order of the Loyal Legion, 
Commandery of Maine, May 2, 1901, by Brevet Major- 
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Portland, Maine: Lefavor-Tower Company. 1902. 8vo. pp. 48. 

Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence. — The Last Review of the 
Army of the Potomac, May 23, 1865. A Paper Read 
before the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the 
United States, Commandery of the State of Maine, by 
Maj.-Gen. Joshua L. Chamberlain, Commanding First 
Division, Fifth Corps. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 30. 100 copies privately printed. 
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Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence. — The Military Opera- 
tions on the White Oak Road, Virginia, March 31, 
1865. By Brevet Major-General Joshua L. Chamberlain. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 207-253. 

Chamberlain, Thomas. — History of the One Hundred and 
Fiftieth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Second 
Regiment, Bucktail Brigade. By Lieutenant-Colonel 
Thomas Chamberlain, Historian of the Survivors Associ- 
ation. 

Philadelphia: Printed by J. B. Lippincott Company. 1895. 8vo. pp. 277. 

Chamberlain, Thomas. — History of the One Hundred and 
Fiftieth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers. Second 
Regiment, Bucktail Brigade. By Lieutenant-Colonel 
Thomas Chamberlain, Historian of the Survivors Associa- 
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Philadelphia: F. McManus, Jr. & Co., Printers. 1905. 8vo. pp. 362 (6). 

Chamberlain, William Henry. — History of the Eighty- 
first Regiment Ohio Infantry Volunteers during the 
War of the Rebellion. By W. H. Chamberlain, late 
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Cincinnati: Gazette Steam Printing House. 1865. 12 mo. pp. 199. 

Autograph note of Major Chamberlin. 

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Chamberlaine, William W. — Memoirs of the Civil War 

Between the Northern and Southern Sections of the United 
States of America 1861 to 1865. By Captain William W. 
Chamberlaine, of the Confederate States Army of Northern 
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Washington, D. C. : Press of Byron S. Adams. 1912. i2mo. pp. 138. 

Chamberlayne, E. H. Jr. — Record of the Richmond City 
and Henrico Co. Virginia Troops, Confederate States 
Army. Compiled by E. H. Chamberlayne, Jr., Sergt. 
"D" Co., 1st Va. Regt. Infantry, C. S. Army. 

Richmond. 1879. 8vo. 

Series I, pp. 16. II, pp. 8. Ill, pp. 10. IV, pp. — V, pp. 14. VI, pp. 13. 

VII, pp. 9. VIII, pp. 8. IX, pp. 8. X, pp. 6 and folding sheet. 

Chamberlayne, E. H. Jr. — War History and Roll of the Rich- 
mond Fayette Artillery, 38th Virginia Battalion Artillery. 
Confederate States Army, 1861-1865. By E. H. Chamber- 
layne, Jr., Historian Richmond Fayette Artillery Associa- 
tion. 

Richmond: Everett Waddey, Printer. 1883. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Champion, Henry. (Mrs.) — The American Flag. The Ensign 

of Liberty. By Mrs. Henry Champion. 
The Journal of American History. 1907. Vol. I. No. I. 
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Champlin, John D. Jr. — Young Folks' History of the War 
for the Union. By John D. Champlin, Jr., Editor of 
the Young Folks' Cyclopaedias, late Associate Editor of 
the American Cyclopaedias. Copiously Illustrated. 

New York: Henry Holt & Company. 1881. 8vo. pp. XIII. 1-593. 

Chandlee, J. Dark. — Army Sketches. The Story of the 
Twenty-sixth New Jersey. From the Diary of Thomas 
Pearson. By Lieut. J. Dark Chandlee. 

Newark: The Sunday Call. Sunday, October 17, 1886, to Nov. 7, 1886. 

l2mo. pp. (25). (Mounted.) 

Chandler, Lucinda B. — Anna Ella Carroll: The Great 
Unrecognized Military Genius of the War of the Rebellion. 
By Lucinda B. Chandler. 

Godey's Magazine. Sept., Oct., 1896. pp. 249-267. pp. 278-283. 

Chandler, Zachariah. — Conduct of the War. Speech of 
Hon. Z. Chandler delivered in the Senate of the United 
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Washington, D. C: Scammell & Co., Printers. 1862. 8vo. pp. 16. 

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Chaney, J. B. — Narrative of the Second Company of 
Sharpshooters. By J. B. Chaney, Esq. (Minnesota 
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St. Paul, Minn. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 513-518, Presentation copy. 

Chapin, Alfred C. — The Part of Brooklyn, of Her Soldiers 
and of Her Citizens in the Civil War. The compilation 
of official and private records. Message of the Hon. 
Alfred C. Chapin, Mayor. January 28, 1889. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 1889. 8vo. pp. — 

Chaplin, Jeremiah — Fremont, Jessie Benton. — Words of 
Our Hero Ulysses S. Grant. Edited by Jeremiah 
Chaplin with Personal Reminiscences by Mrs. Jessie 
Benton Fremont. 

Boston: D. Lothrop & Company. 1886. pp. 76. 

Chapman, H. P. — Battaile, J. F. — Picturesque Vicksburg. 
A Description of the Resources and Prospects of that 
City and the Famous Yazoo Delta; Its Agricultural 
and Commercial Interests. To which is attached a 
Series of Sketches of Representative Industries. Pro- 
fusely Illustrated. By H. P. Chapman and J. F. Battaile. 

Vicksburg, Miss.: Vicksburg Printing and Publishing Co. 1895. 

Ry. 8vo. pp. 167. 

Chase, Edward. — The Memorial Life of General William 
Tecumseh Sherman. By Private Edward Chase, with 
an introduction by General C. H. Howard. Illustrated. 

Chicago: R. S. Peale & Co. 1891. 8vo. pp. 558. 

Chase, J. A.— History of the Fourteenth Ohio Regiment, 
O. V. V. I., from the Beginning of the War in 1861, to its 
close in 1865. Compiled and written by Col. J. A. 
Chase, Toledo, Ohio. 1881. 

n. p. n. d. i6mo. pp. 130. 

Chase, Julia A. — Mary A. Bickerdyke, "Mother." The 
Life Story of one who, as Wife, Mother, Army Nurse, 
Pension Agent and City Missionary, has touched the 
Heights and Depths of Human Life. Written by Julia 
A. Chase. Published under the Auspices of the Woman's 
Relief Corps, (Department of Kansas). 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. VIII. 1-45. Autograph letters of Author. 

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Chase, J. F. — Souvenir. Our Flag: What it Cost me and my 

Comrades. By J. F. Chase, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. (6). 

Chase, J. J. — The Charge at Daybreak. Scenes and Inci- 
dents at the Battle of the Mine Explosion near Petersburg, 
Va., July 30, 1864. Written by Lieut. J. J. Chase, who 
is now totally blind in consequence of a wound received in 
the fatal charge after the explosion. 

Lewiston: Printed at the Journal Office. 1875. i6mo. pp. 32. 

Chase, Philip S. — Battery F, First Regiment Rhode Island 
Light Artillery, in the Civil War, 1 861 -1865. By Philip 
S. Chase, late Second Lieutenant in the Battery. 

Providence: Snow & Farnham, Printers. 1892. 

Sm. 4to. pp. VIII. 1-332. Autograph of Author. 

Chase, Philip S. — Service with Battery F. 

1 . Organization and Service of Battery F, First Rhode Island Light 
Artillery, to January 1, 1863. By Philip S. Chase, late Second 
Lieutenant Battery F, First Regiment Rhode Island Light 
Artillery. Providence. 1889. pp.48. No. 3, 2d Series Personal 
Narratives. 

2. Service with Battery F, First Rhode Island Light Artillery, in 
North Carolina, pp. 31. No. 7, 3d Series Personal Narratives. 
1884. 

3. Service with Battery F. pp. 41. No. 3, 4th Series Personal 
Narratives. 1889. 

Providence, R. I. n. d. Sm. 4to. 3 Vols. 

Chase, William C. — Story of Stonewall Jackson. 

Atlanta, Ga. : D. E. Luther Publishing Co. n. d. i6mo. pp. — 

Chase, W. T. — Christian Manhood. In Memory of Colonel 
Charles H. Banes. A Sermon by W. T. Chase, D. D., 
Pastor Fifth Baptist Church. 

Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society. 1897. 8vo. pp. 45. 

Chenery, William H. — The Fourteenth Regiment Rhode 
Island Heavy Artillery (Colored) in the War to Preserve 
the Union, 1 861 -1865. By William H. Chenery, late 
First Lieutenant Co. F, Second Battalion. 

Providence: Snow & Farnham, Printers and Publishers. 1898. 

8vo. pp. VIII. (1) 1-343. 

Cheney, Clara Emma. — Young Folks' History of the Civil 

War. By Mrs. C. Emma Cheney. Fully Illustrated. 
(Extract.) Boston: Published by Estes & Lauriat. 1884. i2mo. pp. 556. 

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Cheney, Newel. — History of the Ninth Regiment, New 
York Volunteer Cavalry, War of 1861 to 1865. Compiled 
from Letters, Diaries, Recollections and Official Records. 
By Newel Cheney, Captain and Brevet Major, Poland 
Center, N. Y. 1901. 

Jamestown, N. Y.: Martin Merz & Son, Stationers. 1901. 8vo. pp. 423 (1). 

Ghesney, Charles Cornwallis. — A Military View of recent 
Campaigns in Virginia and Maryland, with maps. (Vol. 
I) pp. XII. 1-230. Campaigns in Virginia, Maryland, etc., 
Vol. II. pp. VIII. 1-234. Containing the history to the 
end of the Third yean of the War. With maps. 

London: Smith, Elder & Co. 1863-1865. l2mo. 

Presentation copy from Author to Sir H. D. Jones. 

Chesney, Charles Cornwallis. — A Military View of Recent 
Campaigns in Virginia and Maryland. By Capt. C. 
C. Chesney, R. E., Professor of Military History, Sand- 
hurst College. With Maps. 

London: Smith, Elder & Co. 1863. i2mo. pp. XII. 1-230. 

Presentation copy from Author. 

Chesney, Charles Cornwallis. — Campaigns in Virginia, 
Maryland, etc. By Capt. C. C. Chesney, R. E., Pro- 
fessor of Military History, Stalf College. Volume the 
First (To the close of the Campaign of Chancellorsville) . 
With Maps. Second Edition, Revised and enlarged. 
Volume the Second (Containing the history to the end of 
the third year of the War). 

London: Smith, Elder & Co. n. d. 

Vol. I. pp. XII. 1-249. Vol. II. pp. VIII. 1-234. (Erratum Slip.) 

Chesney, Charles Cornwallis. — Essays in Modern Military 
Biography. 

London: Smith, Elder & Co. 1874. 8vo. pp. VII. (1) 1-414. 
Portrait, newspaper cuttings, etc., inserted. 

Chesney, Charles Cornwallis. — Sherman's Campaign in 

Georgia. By Captain C. C. Chesney, R. E. 
Journal of the Royal United Service Institution. 1863. Vol. VII. 
pp. 204-220. 

Chesney, Charles Cornwallis. — The Recent Campaigns in 
Virginia and Maryland. By Captain C. C. Chesney, 
R. E. 

Journal of the Royal United Service Institution. 1863. Vol. VII. 

pp. 292-307. 

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Chesterman, W. D. — Guide to Richmond and the Battlefields. 

By W. D. Chesterman. 
Richmond: Printed by James E. Goode. 1881. i8mo. pp. 66. 

Chesterman, W. D. — Guide to Richmond and the Battlefields. 

By W. D. Chesterman. 
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Chesterman, W. D. — The James River Tourist. A brief 
account of historical localities on James River. Prepared 
by W. D. Chesterman. Published by L. B. Tatum, Supt. 
of the Virginia Steamboat Co. 

Richmond. 1878. i8mo. pp. 51. (3). 

Chestnut, James Jr. — Report of the Chief of the Department 
of the Military of South Carolina, to his excellency, 
Governor Pickens. 

Columbia, S. C: Charles P. Pelham, State Printer. 1862. 8vo. pp.63. 

Chestnut, Mary Boykin. — A Diary from Dixie, as written 
by Mary Boykin Chestnut, wife of James Chestnut, Jr., 
United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, 
and afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier- 
General in the Confederate Army. Edited by Isabella 
D. Martin and Myrta Lockett Avary. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1905. 8vo. pp. XXII. 1-424. 

Chetlain, Augustus L. — Recollections of 70 Years. By 
Augustus L. Chetlain, Brigadier and Brevet Major- 
General, Civil War of 1 861 -1865. 

n. p. n. d. l2mo. pp. — Privately printed. 

Chidlaw, B. W. — A Thanksgiving Sermon preached before 
the Thirty-ninth O. V. U. S. A. at Camp Todd, Macon, 
Missouri, Nov. 28, 1861, and a sketch of the Regiment. 
By Rev. B. W. Chidlaw, Chaplain. 

Cincinnati: Published by George Crosby. 1861. 12 mo. pp. 24. 

Child, William. — A History of the Fifth Regiment New 
Hampshire Volunteers, in the American Civil War, 1861- 
1865. In two parts. By William Child, M. D., Major 
and Surgeon. Historian of the Veterans' Association of 
the Regiment. 

Bristol, N. H.: R. W. Musgrove, Printer. 1893. 8vo. pp. XV. (1) 1-336. 228. 

Childe, Edward Lee. — Le General Lee sa vie et ses Campagnes 

par Edward Lee Childe. 
(Extracts.) Paris: Librairie Hachette et Cie. 1874. i2mo. pp. in. 1-382. 

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Ghilde, Edward Lee. — The Life and Campaigns of General 
Lee. By his nephew Edward Lee Childe. Translated 
from the French, with the consent and approval of the 
author, by George Letting, M. A. LL. B. 

London: Chatto & Windus. 1875. Post. 8vo. pp. XI. 336. 

Childs, Emery E. — A History of the Civil War in the United 

States, 1861-1865. 
New York. 1885. 48mo. pp. 52. 

Childs, George Washington. — Recollections. By George 
W. Childs. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, n. d. i2mo. pp. 404. 
"Presentation copy to Col. Nicholson from his friend." 

Childs, George Washington. — Recollections of General 

Grant. By George W. Childs. 
Philadelphia: Collins, Printer. 1885. 48mo. pp. 34. 

Childs, George Washington. — Recollections of General 
Grant, with an Account of the Presentations of the 
Portraits of Generals Grant, Sherman and Sheridan at 
the U. S. Military Academy, West Point. By George 
W. Childs. 

Philadelphia. 1889. 32mo. pp. 92. Autograph of author. 

Childs, George Washington. — Recollections of General 
Grant, with an Account of the Presentation of the Por- 
traits of Generals Grant, Sherman and Sheridan at the 
U. S. Military Academy, West Point. By George W. 
Childs. 

Philadelphia: Collins Printing House. 1890. i8mo. pp. 104. 

Chipman, Norton Parke. — The Horrors of Andersonville 
Rebel Prison. Trial of Henry Wirz, The Andersonville 
Jailer. Jefferson Davis' defense of Andersonville Prison 
fully refuted by General N. P. Chipman, Judge- Advocate 
of the Wirz Military Commission. 

San Francisco: The Bancroft Company, Publishers. 1891. i2mo. pp. 89. 

Chislon. — A Memorial of Alfred B. Soule, late Major of 
the Twenty-third Regiment, Maine Volunteers. By 
Chislon. 

Salem: Geo. W. Pease & Co. 1866. i2mo. pp. 199. 

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Chisolm, Julian John. — A Manual of Military Surgery 
for the use of Surgeons in the Confederate States Army, 
with explanatory plates of all useful operations. Third 
edition carefully revised and improved. 

Columbia, S. C. 1864. i2mo. pp. — 

Chittenden, Lucius E. — An Unknown Heroine. An his- 
torical episode of the War between the States. By L. E. 
Chittenden. 

New York: George H. Richmond & Co. 1894. i2mo. pp. 314. 

Chittenden, Lucius E. — Personal Reminiscences 1840- 1890, 
including some not hitherto published of Lincoln and the 
War. By L. E. Chittenden. 

New York: Richmond, Crosscup & Co. 1893. 8vo. pp. IX. 4. 434. 

Christian, George L. — Official Report of the History 
Committee of the Grand Camp, C. V., Department of 
Virginia. By Hon. Geo. L. Christian, Chairman. Read 
at Newport News, Va., October 28, 1903, and published by 
Order of the Grand Camp of Virginia. North Carolina 
and Virginia in the Civil War. 

Nashville. Confederate Veteran. April, 1904. pp. 26. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Chubb, Charles St. John. — The Seventeenth Regiment of 
Infantry. By Captain C. St. J. Chubb, 17th U. S. 
Infantry. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution. Nov., 1894. pp. 1332-1340. 

Church, William Conant. — Ulysses S. Grant and the period 
of National preservation and reconstruction. By William 
Conant Church, Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel U. S. Vols. 

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1897. l2mo. pp. XI. 1-473. 

Churchill, Frederick A. — An Answer to "The First Six Weeks 
of McClellan's Peninsula Campaign." By Fred. A. 
Churchill. 

The United Service Magazine. August, 1896. pp. 101-109. 

Churchill, James Oliver. — A Letter Written During the 
Civil War, in which many St. Louis people are mentioned. 
St. Louis, Mo., May 15, 1909. This Pamphlet is not 
gotten up to sell, nor for general distribution, but at the 
earnest request of friends, who desire a copy of the letter 
above mentioned. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 24. 

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Cilley. — Memoirs and Services of Three Generations. 
General Joseph Cilley, First New Hampshire Line, War 
of the Revolution; Jonathan Longfellow, Father of Sarah, 
wife of General Joseph Cilley; Colonel Joseph Cilley, 
U. S. Senator and Officer of the War of 1812; Honorable 
Jonathan Cilley, member of Congress from Maine; 
Commander Greenleaf Cilley, War with Mexico and War 
of 1 86 1 ; General Jonathan P. Cilley, First Maine Cavalry, 
War of the Rebellion. Reprint from the Courier Gazette. 

Rockland, Maine. 1909. 8vo. pp. 44. 

Cist, Henry Martyn. — The Romance of Shiloh. By Gen. 

Henry M. Cist, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 18. 

Cist, Henry Martyn. — The Army of the Cumberland. By 

Henry M. Cist, Brevet-Brigadier-Geneial, U. S. V. 
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1882. i2mo. pp. VIII. (1) 1-289. 
Autograph letter of Gen. Cist, thirty-four Engravings, etc., and one map 
inserted. 

Claiborne, John Francis Hamtramck. — A Sketch of 
Harvey's Scouts, formerly of Jackson's Cavalry Divi- 
sion, Army of Tennessee. Written by J. F. H. Claiborne, 
being a part of the Second Volume of Claiborne's History 
of Mississippi. 

Starkville, Miss. 1885. 8vo. pp. 24. Published for private distribution. 

Claiborne, John Herbert. — "Personal Reminiscences of the 
Last Days of Lee and His Paladins." Read before the 
A. P. Hill Camp, C. O., by request, on the 6th of March, 
1890, by John Herbert Claiborne, M.A., M.D., late Major 
and Surgeon P. A. C. S., and repeated by request, at the 
Academy of Music, City of Petersburg, Va., on the 25th 
of May, 1890. 

Petersburg, Va.: G. M. Boyd, Printer. 8vo. pp. 42. 

Clapp, E. L. — Andersonville : Six Months a Prisoner of War. 
Giving a true description of the prison, an account of 
the life and sufferings of our Union Soldiers who were 
confined there, their treatment by the Rebel authorities 
in prison, in hospital, etc. List of Andersonville dead, 
giving the number of grave, name, and disease of all the 
Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota Soldiers who 
died there during the summer of 1864. 

Milwaukee. 1865. i2mo. pp. — 

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Clapp, S. A. — Report of the Committee on War Claims. 

House of Representatives, 52b! Congress, 1st Session, Report 274. 
8vo. pp. I. (With bill.) 

Clark, A. H. — A Country Village as Affected by the War. 
An Address delivered before Middleton Post, No. 500, 
Grand Army of the Republic, Dept. N. Y., and their 
friends. By A. H. Clark. 

New York. 1902. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Clark, Charles Amory. — Campaigning with the Sixth 
Maine. A Paper read before the Iowa Commandery, 
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, 
by Brevet Lieut.-Colonel Charles A. Clark. 

Des Moines: The Kenyon Press. 1897. 8vo. pp. 53. Privately printed. 

Clark, Charles Amory. — General McClellan. A Paper 
read before the Iowa Commandery, Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion of the United States, by Brevet Lieutenant- 
Colonel Charles A. Clark, of Sixth Maine Volunteers, 
and Ass't Adj't-Gen'l U. S. Volunteers. 

Des Moines: The Kenyon Press. 1897. 8vo. pp. 41. Privately printed. 

Clark, Charles M. — The History of the Thirty-ninth 
Regiment Illinois Volunteer Veteran Infantry (Yates 
Phalanx) in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865. By 
Charles M. Clark, M. D. (late Surgeon). Illustrated. 
(Motto.) Chicago, Illinois. 1889. 8vo. pp. XX. (1) 1-554 (3)- 
Published under the auspices of the Veteran Association of the Regiment. 

Clark, Charles T. — Opdyke Tigers 125th O. V. I. A History 
of the Regiment and of the Campaigns and Battles of the 
Army of the Cumberland. By Charles T. Clark, Captain 
Co. F, 125th O. V. I. Published by direction of the 125th 
O. V. I. Association. 

Columbus, O. : Spahr & Glenn. 1895. 8vo - PP- (8) 1-472. 

Clark, Emmons. — History of the Second Company of the 
Seventh Regiment National Guard N. Y. S. Militia. 
Vol. I. 1806-1863. 

New York. 1864. 8vo. pp. 422. Autograph letter of Col. Clark. 

Clark, Emmons.-^HiSTORY of the 7th N. Y. Regiment 

1 806- 1 889. By Colonel Emmons Clark. 
New York. 1890. 8vo. Vol. I. pp. 498. Vol. II. pp. 543. 

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Clark, Frank E. — Life of William Eugene Harward. By 

Rev. Frank E. Clark. 
(Motto.) Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Conham. 1879. i6mo. pp. 176. 
(Private in the service with the 7th N. G. N. Y. S. M.) Presentation copy. 

Clark, Henry. — Edward Crafts Hopson. A Biographical 
Sketch, read before the Vermont Historical Society, 
January 25, 1865, by Henry Clark, Esq., of Poultney. 

n. d. n. p. 8vo. pp. 6. 

Clark, James H. — The Iron Hearted Regiment. Being an 
account of the Battles, Marches and Gallant Deeds 
performed by the 115th Regiment N. Y. Vols. Also a 
list of the dead and wounded, an account of hundreds of 
brave men shot on a score of hard fought fields of strife. 
A complete statement of Harpers Ferry surrender; 
Sketches of the Officers; a history of the Flags and those 
who bore them together with touching incidents, thrilling 
adventures, amusing scenes, etc. 

Albany, N. Y. 1865. 8vo. pp. XII. 337. 

Clark, J. S. — The Thirty-fourth Iowa Regiment. Brief 

History. 
Des Moines: Watters-Talbott Printing Co. 1892. 48mo. pp. 39. 

Clark, Louise. — General Lee and Santa Claus. Mrs. Louise 

Clark's Christmas Gift to her little Southern friends. 
New York: Blelock & Co. 1867. Sm. 4to. pp. 36. 

Clark, Louise. — Our Refugee Household. By Mrs. Louise 

Clark, of Louisiana. 
New York: Blelock & Co. 1866. i6mo. pp. 226. 

Clark, Orton S. — The One Hundred and Sixteenth Regi- 
ment New York State Volunteers, being a complete 
history of its organization and of its nearly three years of 
active service in the great Rebellion, to which is appended 
memorial sketches, and a muster roll of the Regiment, 
containing the name of every man connected with it. By 
Orton S. Clark, late Captain Co. H. 

Buffalo. 1868. i2mo. pp. XII. 13-348. 

Autograph letters of Capt. Clark and Col. Love. 

Clark, Peter H. — The Black Brigade of Cincinnati. Being 
a report of its labors and a muster-roll of its members; 
together with various orders, speeches, etc., relating to it. 
By Peter H. Clark 

Cincinnati: Printed by Joseph B. Boyd. 1864. 8vo. pp. 30. 

153 



Clark, Ruf us Wheelwright. — A Discourse commemorative of 
the heroes of Albany, who have fallen during the present 
War in defence of our country, delivered in the North Ref . 
Prot. Dutch Church, of Albany, on the evening of July 
10, 1864. 

Albany: C. Van Benthuysen. 1864. 8vo. pp. 50. 

Clark, Rufus Wheelwright. — The Heroes of Albany. A 
Memorial of the Patriot Martyrs of the City and County 
of Albany who sacrificed their lives during the late war in 
defence of our Nation 1 861 -1865, with a view of what was 
done in the County to sustain the United States Govern- 
ment; and also brief histories of the Albany Regiments. 
By Rufus W. Clark, D. D. 

Albany: S. R. Gray, Publisher. 1867. Ry. 8vo. p. VIII. (1) 11-870. 

Autograph note of Dr. Clark. 

Clark, Walter. — The Battle of Sharpsburg. Personal 

Incidents. 
Wake Forest Student. November, 1897. pp. 83-97. 

Clark, Walter. — Histories of the Several Regiments and 
Battalions from North Carolina in the Great War 
1861-65. Written by members of the Respective Com- 
mands. Edited by Walter Clark (Lieut.-Colonel Seven- 
teenth Regiment N. C. T.). Published by the State. 

Raleigh and Goldsboro, N. C. 1901. Vol. I. pp. XVI. 1-783. Vol. II. 

pp. 1-807. Vol. III. pp. 1-761. Vol. IV. pp. 1-772. Vol. V. pp. XXVI. 

1-859. 

Clark, William. — History, of Hampton Battery F, Inde- 
pendent Pennsylvania Artillery. Organized, Pa., October 
8, 1861 ; mustered out at Pittsburg, June 26, 1865. Com- 
piled by William Clark, Secretary of Veteran Association. 

n. p. 1909. 4to. pp. 179. 

Clark, William H. — Poems and Sketches, with Reminiscences 
of the "Old 34th." By William H. Clark, Chaplain 
Post 6, Dept. Mass., G. A. R. 

South Framingham, Mass.: Lakeview Printing Co. 1890. i2mo. pp. 55. 

Clark, William H. — Reminiscences of the Thirty-fourth 
Regiment, Mass. Vol. Infantry. By William H. Clark, 
Private Co. E. Published for the Author. 

Holliston: J. C. Clark & Co. 1871. i2mo. pp. 31. 

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Clark, William H. — The Soldiers' Offering. By William H. 

Clark. (Reminiscences of the 34th Mass. Vol. Inf.) 
Boston. 1875. i6mo. pp. 76. Autograph of Author. 

Clarke, Albert. — Hancock and the Vermont Brigade. By 
Colonel Albert Clarke, National Guard Vt., Late Lieut. 
Thirteenth Vermont Infantry, U. S. V. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution. March-April, 191 1. pp. 224-229. 

Clarke, Augustus P. — The Sixth New York Cavalry. Its 
Movements and Services at the Battle of Gettysburg. 
By Augustus P. Clarke, A. M., M. D., Late Surgeon 
Sixth New York Cavalry and Brevet Colonel Volunteers. 

The United Service Magazine. November, 1896. pp. 411-415, 

Clarke, H. C. — Clarke's Confedreate Household Almanac, 
for the year 1863, being the third year of the Independence 
of the Confederate States of America. 

Vicksburg, Miss.: H. C. Clarke, Bookseller and Publisher. 1863. 

i2mo. pp. 24(2) 

Clarke, H. C. — Clarke's Confederate Household Almanac, 
for the year 1863, being the third year of the Independence 
of the Confederate States of America. 

Vicksburg, Miss.: H. C. Clarke, Bookseller and Publisher. 1863. 

l2mo. pp. 23. 

Clarke, H. C. — Diary of the War for Separation, being a 
daily chronicle of the leading events and history of the 
present revolution from the inauguration of Abraham 
Lincoln to the Battle of Shiloh, containing full and minute 
statements of all the battles, skirmishes and engagements, 
lists of killed and wounded, number of forces engaged, 
etc., also notes of the War, with biographical sketches of 
Confederate Generals, remarkable events, etc. Edited by 
H. C. Clarke. 

Vicksburg: Clarke's Southern Publishing House. 1862. 8vo. pp. 56. 

Clarke, H. C. — Diary of the War for Separation. A daily 
chronicle of the principal events and history of the present 
revolution, to which is added notes and descriptions of all 
the great battles, including Walker's narrative of the 
battle of Shiloh. By H. C. Clarke. 

Vicksburg, Miss. 1862. 8vo. pp. 191. 

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Clarke, H. C. — The Confederate States Almanac and 

Repository of useful knowledge, for 1862. 
Vicksburg, Mississippi: Compiled and published by H. C. Clarke, n. d. 

1 2 mo. pp. 80. 

Clarke, H. C. — The Confederate States Almanac and 
Repository of useful knowledge, for the year 1864, being 
Bissextile a Leap Year: The Fourth of Southern Inde- 
pendence and until July 4th, the Eighty-eighth of the 
Independence of the United States. Compiled by H. C. 
Clarke, Mobile, Ala. 

Augusta, Ga. n. d. i2mo. pp. 119. 

Clarke, H. W. — Roster of the 185TH Regiment N. Y. V. 

Prepared and revised by Major H. W. Clarke, Secretary 

of the 185th Volunteer Association. 
Published by Direction of the Executive Committee. 1889. pp. 20. 
"185th Regiment N. Y. V. Corrections to the Roster published in 1889. The 
following pages contain all the information received since the last reunion." 
Syracuse, N. Y. 1890. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Clary, Francis A. — The Color-bearer. Francis A. Clary. 

New York: Published by the American Tract Society. 1864. i8mo. pp. 106. 

Clavrenl, H. — Diary of Rev. H. Clavrenl, with the names of 
dying Federal Soldiers to whom he ministered at Ander- 
sonville, Ga., July and August, 1864. Edited by George 
Robbins, "K" 16th Connecticut Infantry, one of the 
"Plymouth Pilgrims," Waterbury, Conn., April, 1910. 

Published by the Connecticut Association of Ex-Prisoners of War. n. d. 

8vo. pp. 18. 

Claxton, R. B. — C. S. M. (Captain Charles S. Montgomery 
5th Regt. Inf. N. Y. V.) In Memoriam. Sermon in 
St. Luke's Church, Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 24, 1865. 

n. p. 8vo. pp. — Privately printed. Autograph note of Rev. Dr. Claxton. 

Clements, Bennett Augustine. — Memoir of Jonathan 
Letterman, M. D., Surgeon United States Army and 
Medical Director of the Army of the Potomac. By Brevet 
Lieut.-Colonel Bennett A. Clements, Surgeon United 
States Army. 

New York. 1883. 8vo. pp. 38. 

Cleveland, Henry Whitney. — General Grant's Military 

Abilities. By a Confederate Officer. 
Magazine of American History. October, 1885. Vol. XIV. pp. 341-344 (6). 

156 



Clothier, Isaac Hallowell. — Letters 1853-1868. Gen. Wm. J. 

Palmer. Compiled by Isaac H. Clothier. 
Philadelphia. 1906. 8vo. pp. 128. (Slip) Privately printed. 

Clous, John Walter. — "Judge Advocate-General's Depart- 
ment." By Lieut.-Col. J. W. Clous, Dep. J. A. General, 
Professor of Law U. S. M. A. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution. May, 1894. PP- 637-641. 

Cluseret, Gustave Paul. — American Military Sketches. By 

Gen. Cluseret, translated from the Revue Nationale. 
New York: The New Nation. A Political, Military and Literary Journal. 
Vol. I. No. 1, March 5, 1864. No. 2, March 12, 1864. No. 4, March 26, 
1864. No. 9, April 30, 1864. No. 10, May 7, 1864. No. 12, May 21, 1864. 
No. 13, May 28, 1864. (Being a complete series of the sketches.) 
Folio. Unique set. Autograph letter of Prof. Geo. Allen, LL. D. 

Cluseret, Gustave Paul. — General Halleck's Annual 

Report (Reviewed). 
New York: The New Nation. March 19, 1864. pp. — (Mounted.) 

Coates, Joseph Horner. — The Counterpart. By J. Horner 

Coates. Frontispiece by George Gibbs. 
New York: The Macaulay Company. 1909. i2mo. pp. 324. 
Presentation copy from Author. 

Cobb, Clarence F. — The Maryland Campaign, 1862. An 
Address delivered before the Maryland Historical Society, 
March 12, 1883, by Clarence F. Cobb, late Private 9th 
Corps, U. S. Army. 

Washington, D. C: Judd & Detwiler, Printers. 1891. 8vo. pp. 30. 

Presentation copy. Autograph note of Author. 

Cobb, E. L. — Optic Views and Impressions of the National 
Soldiers Home, South Branch N. H. D. V. S., near Hamp- 
ton, Virginia, as seen and described by one of its members. 
Illustrated. 

Virginia: E. L. Cobb, South Branch N. H. D. V. S. n. d. pp. 156. 

Cochrane, John. — Arming the Slaves in the War for the 
Union. Scenes, Speeches, and events attending it. Speeches 
of General John Cochrane and Secretary of War Cameron, 
with remarks by Edwin Croswell, Gov. Dickenson and 
Metropolitan Journals. Extract from a private Memoir 
concerning the War. Written by John Cochrane, General 
U. S. Volunteers, with introductory remarks by Henry 
O'Reilly, Secretary of the Association for promoting the 
organization of Troops. New York, May, 1875. 

New York: Rogers & Sherwood, Printers. 1875. 8vo. pp. 12. 

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Cochrane, John. — Sketch of Gen. John Cochrane. Portrait, 
n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 20. Autograph note of Gen. Cochrane. 

Cochran, William C. — General Jacob Dolson Cox: Early 

life and military services. By William C. Cochran. 
Oberlin, Ohio: The Bibliotheca Sacra Company. 1901. 8vo. pp. 35. 

Coe, John Nichols — Burnham, William Power. — Histor- 
ical Sketch Twentieth U. S. Infantry July, 1861, 
to October, 1902. By J. N. Coe. 

n. p. Regimental Print. 1902. pp. 1-50. Autograph letters of Authors. 

Coffin, Charles Carleton. — Drum-Beat of the Nation. 
The first period of the War of the Rebellion from its 
outbreak to the close of 1862. By Charles Carleton 
Coffin. Illustrated. 

New York: Harper & Brothers. 1888. 4to. pp. XIV. 1-478. 

Coffin, Charles Carleton. — Four Years of Fighting: A 
volume of personal observation with the Army and Navy, 
from the first battle of Bull Run to the fall of Richmond. 
By Charles Carleton Coffin. 

Boston: Ticknor & Fields. 1866. 8vo. pp. XV. (1) 1-558. 

Autograph letter of Author and cuttings inserted. 

Coffin, Charles Carleton. — Following the Flag from August, 
1 861, to November, 1862, with the Army of the Potomac. 
By Carleton. Illustrated. 

Boston: Ticknor & Fields. 1865. i2mo. pp. 336. 

Coffin, Charles Carleton. — Following the Flag. By Charles 

Carleton Coffin. (Illustrated.) 
Boston: Estes & Lauriat. 1886. 4to. pp. 240. 

Coffin, Charles Carleton. — Marching to Victory. The 
Second Period of the War of the Rebellion, including the 
year 1863. By Charles Carleton Coffin. Illustrated. 

New York: Harper & Brothers. 1889. Sm. 4to. pp. XV. I-491. 

Coffin, Charles Carleton. — Redeeming the Republic: The 
Third Period of the War of the Rebellion in the year 1864. 
By Charles Carleton Coffin. Illustrated. 

New York: Harper & Brothers. 1890. 8vo. pp. XV. 1-478. 

Coffin, Charles Carleton. — Freedom Triumphant: The 
fourth period of the War of the Rebellion from September, 
1864, to its close. By Charles Carleton Coffin. Illustrated. 

New York: Harper & Brothers. 1891. 4to. pp. XV. 1-506. 

158 



Coffin, Charles Carleton. — My Days and Nights on the 
Battlefield. A book for boys. By Carleton. Illustrated. 
Boston. 1864. i2mo. pp. 312. 

Coffin, Charles Carleton. — My Days and Nights on the 
Battlefield. By Charles Carleton Coffin. (Illustrated.) 
Published by Estes & Lauriat. n. d. 4to. pp. 234. 

Coffin, Charles Carleton. — Stories of Our Soldiers. War 
Reminiscences. By "Carleton" and the Soldiers of 
New England. Collected from the series written espec- 
ially for the Boston Journal. Illustrated by J. S. Barrows. 

Boston: Published by the Journal Newspaper Company. 1893. 
8vo. Vol. I. pp. 263. Vol. II. pp. 222. 

Coffin, Charles Carleton. — The May Campaign in Virginia. 

The Atlantic Monthly. July, 1864. pp. — 

Cogley, Thomas S. — History of the Seventh Indiana 
Cavalry Volunteers, and the expeditions, campaigns, 
raids, marches and battles of the Armies with which it was 
connected, with biographical sketches of Brevet Major- 
General John P. C Shanks, and of Brevet Brig.-Gen. 
Thomas M. Browne, and other officers of the Regiments; 
with an account of the burning of the Steamer Sultana on 
the Mississippi River, and of the capture, trial, conviction 
and execution of Dick Davis, the Guerrilla. By Thomas 
S. Cogley, late First Lieutenant Co. "F." 

Laporte, Indiana. 1876. i2mo. pp. V. 267. Autograph note of Lieut. Cogley. 

Cogswell, Joseph Hubert. — Roster 150th N. Y. Vols., Oct. 
11, 1 91 2, 50 years from muster in. Compiled by J. H. 
Cogswell, and presented to the surviving members of 
the Dutchess County Regiment with kindest regards. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 4. 

Cogswell, Leander W. — A History of the Eleventh New 
Hampshire Regiment Volunteer Infantry in the Rebellion 
War 1861-1865. Covering its entire service, with inter- 
esting scenes of Army life, and Graphic details of Battles, 
Skirmishes, Sieges, Marches, and Hardships in which its 
officers and men participated. By Leander W. Cogswell, 
Company D. 

Concord, N. H.: Printed by Republican Press Association. 1891. 
8vo. pp. XI. 1-784 (1). Autograph of Author. 

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Cogswell, Mason F., and White. — Report of Drs. Cogswell 
and White, Special Agents to visit Conn. Sick and 
Wounded Soldiers in the United States General Hospitals. 
Printed by Order of the Legislature. 

Hartford: John Scofield & Co., State Printers. 1865. 8vo. pp. 10. 

Colburn, Webster Jay. — "The Battles of Chattanooga." 
Address of Major W. J. Colburn, Commissioner and Secre- 
tary Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park 
Commission at the Dedication of the New York Monu- 
ment in Point Park, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, 
November 15, 1910. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Colburn, Webster Jay. — To the President, The White 
House, Washington, D. C. Narrative and Petition of 
Major W. J. Colburn, in Request for Resignation as 
Commissioner and Secretary Chickamauga and Chatta- 
nooga National Park Commission, November, 191 1. 
Original Exhibits Hereto Attached. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 17. 

Cole, Ashley W. — "Its Sheridan — Hooray!" A note from 

the Knapsack of a soldier of the 6th Corps. 
Onward. 1869. pp. — 

Cole, George Washington. — Sketch of Gen. George W. Cole. 

(Portrait.) 
n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 6. 

Cole, J. R. — Sketches of the 22D N. C. Regiment. First 

two years of the War. By J. R. Cole. 
Our Living and Our Dead. April 8, 22 and 29, and May 6 and 13, 1874. 
PP- (43)- 

Cole, J. R. — The Life and Public Services of Winfield 
Scott Hancock, Major-General U. S. A., embracing his 
parentage, boyhood days, home training, West Point 
education, Army service of Thirty-six years, hero of a 
hundred battles, as a hard-fighting general, as a champion 
of civil law, personal characteristics, etc. By J. R. Cole. 
Illustrated with fine full page steel portraits and other 
engravings. 

Cincinnati: Douglass Brothers, Publishers. 1880. 8vo. pp. 424. 

Autograph note of Gen. Hancock. 

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Colfax, Schuyler. — Fremont's Hundred Days in Missouri. 
Speech of Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana, in reply to Mr. 
Blair, of Missouri, delivered in the House of Representa- 
tives, March 7, 1862. 

Washington, D. C: Scahhell & Co., Printers. 1862. 8vo. pp. 15 (1). 

Collins, George K. — Memoirs of the 149/ra Regt. N. Y. Vol. 

Inf. 3d Brig., 2d Div., 12th and 20th A. C. By Capt. 

Geo. K. Collins. 
Syracuse, N. Y. : Published by the Author. 1891. 8vo. pp. VIII. 1-426 (2). 

Collis, Charles Henry Tucky. — Case of F. F. Cavada. 

n. p. King & Baird, Printers. 1865. 8vo. pp. 14. 
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Collis, Charles Henry Tucky. — Record for Membership in 

the Loyal Legion. 
New York. 1891. 8vo. pp. 38. "Printed only for private circulation." 

Collis, Septima M. — A Woman's War Record 1861-1865. 

By Septima M. Collis. (Mrs. Charles H. T. Collis.) 
New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1889. i6mo. pp. 78. 

Collum, Richard Strader. — Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel 

John Page Nicholson, U. S. Volunteers. 
The United Service. Vol. V. Feb., 1891. pp. 215-216. 

Collum, Richard Strader. — History of the United States 
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New York: L. R. Hamersly Co. 1903. 8vo. pp. 454. 
Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Collyer, Robert. — A Man in Earnest. Life of A. H. Conant. 

By Robert Collyer. 
Boston: Horace B. Fuller. 1868. i2mo. pp. 230. 

Collyer, Robert. — Battlefield of Fort Donelson. 

Boston: The Monthly Journal. April, 1862. pp. — 
Autograph letter of Rev. Mr. Collyer. 

Colyer, Vincent. — Union League Club of New York. 

Report of Vincent Colyer, on the Reception and care of 

the soldiers returning from the War. 
Club House, Union Square. Presented September 14, 1865. 8vo. pp. 56. 

Comstock, D. W. — Ninth Cavalry, One Hundred and Twenty- 
first Regiment Indiana Volunteers. 
Richmond, Ind.: Published by J. M. Coe. 1890. 8vo. pp. 56. 

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American Citizen's Text-Book. By Henry Conkling, 
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Cincinnati, O. : Printed and Published by Caleb Clark. 1864. 8vo. pp.23. 

Conkling, Henry. — An Inside View of the Rebellion and 
American Citizen's Text Book. By Henry Conkling, 
M. D., Bloomington, 111. 

Chicago. 1864. 8vo. pp. 22. 

Conklin, Julia S. — Description of the Indiana Soldiers' 
and Sailors' Monument. A State's Tribute to Her 
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Westfield, Ind. 1900. Sm. 4to. pp. 16 (1). 

Conkling, Roscoe — Fry, James Barnet. — Hon. Roscoe 
Conkling and Provost Marshal-General Fry. The 
Select Committee, appointed April 30, 1866, to investigate 
the statements and charges made by Hon. Roscoe Conk- 
ling, in his place, against Provost Marshal-General Fry 
arid his bureau: Whether any frauds have been perpe- 
trated in his office in connection with the recruiting 
service; also to examine into the statements made by 
General Fry in his communication to Hon. Mr. Blaine, 
read in the House, having completed their labors as to 
one branch of their investigation, submit Report No. 93. 
39th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives. 

Washington, D. C. 1866. 8vo. pp. 339. 

Connelley, William Elsey. — Quantrill and the Border 
Wars. By William Elsey Connelley. The Story of the 
Border. 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa: The Torch Press, n. d. 8vo. pp. 540. 

Conner, George C. — Guide to Chattanooga and Lookout 
MouNTAiN,with descriptions of the battlefields, cemeteries, 
industries, climate, minerals, timber, etc. By George 
C. Conner. 

Chattanooga, Tenn.: T. H. Payne & Co. 1882. 8vo. pp. 59. 

Conner, George C. — Battles Around Chattanooga. Cam- 
paign of 1863; 

Chattanooga: Commercial Print. 1882. 8vo. pp. 20. (Map.) 
Portrait of Author inserted. 

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Conrad, D. B. — History of First Fight and organization of 

Stonewall Brigade. How it was so named. 
The United Service, May, 1892. pp. 466-475. 

Conrad, Mary Lynn. — Confederate Banners. By Mary 

Lynn Conrad, Harrisonburg, Virginia. 
Roanoke, Va., U. S. A.: The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Co. n. d. 
i2mo. pp. 20. Autograph of Author. 

Conrad, Thomas N. — A Confederate Spy. A Story of the 

Civil War. By Captain Thomas N. Conrad. 
New York: J. S. Ogilvie, Publisher. i2mo. pp. 142. 

Conway, Moncure D. — Fredericksburg First and Last. By 
Moncure D. Conway, Chapters I. and II. from Magazine 
of American History, March, 1887, Vol. XVII. No. 3, pp. 
185-201, and June, 1887, Vol. XVII. , No. 6, pp. 449-469. 

New York. 4to. 

Conyngham, David P. — Sherman's March Through the 
South, with sketches and incidents of the Campaign. 
By Capt. David P. Conyngham. 

New York: Sheldon & Company. 1865. i2mo. pp. 431. 

Autograph of Capt. Conyngham. 

Conyngham, David P. — The Irish Brigade and its Campaigns, 
with some account of the Corcoran Legion, and Sketches 
of the Principal Officers. By Capt. D. P. Conyngham, 
A. D. C. 

(Motto.) New York: William McFarley & Co., Publishers. 1867. i2mo. pp. 599. 

Cook, Benjamin F. — History of the Twelfth Massachu- 
setts Volunteers (Webster Regiment) . By Lieutenant- 
Colonel Benjamin F. Cook. 

Boston: Published by the Twelfth (Webster) Regiment Association. 1882. 

Autograph letters of Col. Bates and Col. Cook, with 70 Portraits and views, 

and three maps inserted. 8vo. pp. 167. 500 copies printed. 

"Though the History bears the name of Col. Cook it was written by Private 

James Beale Co. I." 

Cook, Joel. — The Peninsular Campaign. 

Philadelphia: The Age. April 11, 1863. pp. — (Mounted.) 

Cook, Joel. — The Siege of Richmond. A Narrative of the 
Military Operations of Major-General George B. 
McClellan during the months of May and June, 1862. 
By Joel Cook. 

Philadelphia: George W. Childs. 1862. i2mo. pp. VIII. -7-358. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

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Cook, John Darwin Shepard. — Personal Reminiscences of 
Gettysburg. A Paper read before the Kansas Com- 
mandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of 
the United States, December 12, 1903, by Companion 
John D. S. Cook, Captain 20th N. Y. S. M. 80th N. Y. 
Inf. Vols. 

n. d. n. p. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Cook, S. G. — Benton, Charles E. — The "Dutchess County 
Regiment." (150th Regiment of New York State 
Volunteer Infantry.) Its Story as told by its Members 
Based upon the writings of Rev. Edward O. Bartlette, 
D. D. Edited by S. G. Cook, M. D., and Charles E. 
Benton. 

Danbury, Conn.: The Danbury Medical Printing Co., Inc. 1907. 

8vo. pp. XV. 512 (1). 

Cook, W. W. — History of the Ninth Mich. Cavalry. By 
Lieut. W. W. Cook. 

Sturgis, Michigan: The Coffee Cooler. 1890. pp (29). 

Cook, W. W. — History of the Ninth Michigan Cavalry. 

By Lieut. W. W. Cook. 
Sturgis, Michigan: The Coffee Cooler. January, February and March, 1890. 
i2mo. pp. (28). (Mounted.) 

Cooke, George. — The Twenty-first Regiment of Iowa 
Volunteer Infantry. A Narrative of its experience in 
Active Service, including a military record of each Officer, 
Non-Commissioned Officer and Private soldier of the 
organization. Compiled by George Cooke, late Adjutant. 
For private distribution only. 

Milwaukee, Wis.: King, Fowle & Co., Book Printers. 1891. 

8vo. pp. 232. Autograph note of Author. 

Cooke, John Esten. — A Life of Gen. Robert E. Lee, with 

illustrations, portraits, and maps. 
New York. 1871. 8vo. pp. VI. 577. Newspaper cuttings inserted. 
Autograph letter of Gen. Lee dated Hd. Qrs. Richmond, May 20, 1862, to 
Gen. Jos. E. Johnston. 

Cooke, John Esten. — Hammer and Rapier. By John Esten 

Cooke. 
New York: Carleton. 1870. i2mo. pp. X. 307. 

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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 Colonel Surry, of Eagle's Nest. By 
John Esten Cooke. 

New York: Carleton. 1870. i2mo. pp. VI. 270. 

Autograph note of Col. Cooke, C. S. A. 

Cooke, John Esten. — Mohun or the Last Days of Lee and 
his paladins. Final memoirs of a staff officer serving in 
Virginia, from the ms. of Colonel Surry, of Eagle's Nest. 

New York. 1869. i2mo. pp. 509. 

Cooke, John Esten. — Surry of Eagle's Nest or the Memoirs 
of a Staff Officer serving in Virginia. Edited from the ms. 
of Colonel Surry, with four illustrations by Winslow Homer. 

New York. 1866. i2mo. pp. VIII. 484. 

Cooke, John Esten. — Stonewall Jackson. A military bio- 
graphy with portrait and maps. 
New York. 1866. i2mo. Vol. I. pp. 244. Vol. II. pp. 245-470. 
Autograph letters of Jos. E. Johnstone, J. J. Abercrombie, J. S. Negley, Robt. 
Patterson, Jas. H. Carson, C. S. A., Thos. L. Kane, A. von Steinwehr, F. J. 
Porter, James Longstreet, A. S. Williams and J. W. Forney. 
Autographs of John Esten Cooke, S. P. Heintzelman, E. D.' Baker, W. B. 
Franklin and N. P. Banks. 
46 portraits and seven maps, cuttings, etc., inserted. 

Cooke, John Esten. — Stonewall Jackson. A Military 
biography. By John Esten Cooke. With an appendix 
containing personal reminiscences, and a full account of 
the ceremonies attending the unveiling of Foley's Statue, 
including the oration by Moses D. Hodge, D. D., by Rev. 
J. Wm. Jones, D. D. With maps, portraits and a view 
of Foley's Statue. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1876. 8vo. pp. 587. 

Autograph letters of Col. Cooke and Dr. Jones, newspaper cuttings, etc. 

Cooke, John Esten. — The Life of Stonewall Jackson from 
Official Papers, Contemporary Narratives and personal 
acquaintances. By a Virginian. 

(Extract.) Richmond: Ayres & Wade, Illustrated News Steam Presses. 1863. 

i2mo. pp. XI. 304. Autograph note from Col. Cooke, cuttings etc., inserted., 

Cooke, John Esten. — The Life of Stonewall Jackson. 

From Official Papers, Contemporary Narratives, and 

Personal Acquaintance. By a Virginian. 
Reprinted from advance sheets of the Richmond Edition. 
New York: Charles B. Richardson. i2mo. pp. 305. 
Autograph letter of Col. Cooke. 

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Cooke, John Esten. — The Life of Stonewall Jackson, 
from Official Papers, Contemporary Narratives, and 
Personal Acquaintance. By a Virginian. 

Reprinted from Advance Sheets of the Richmond Edition. 

New York: Charles B. Richardson. i2mo. pp. 305. 

Autograph letter of Col. Cooke. 

Cooke, John Esten. — Wearing of the Grey, being personal 
portraits, scenes and adventures of the War. Illustrated. 
New York: E. B. Treat & Co. 1867. 8vo. pp. XVI. 601. 
Autograph letter of Col. Cooke giving a bibliography of his War books and 
newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Cooke, Philip St. George. — Cavalry Tactics or Regulations 
for the Instruction, Formations, and Movements of the 
Cavalry of the Army and Volunteers of the United States. 
By Col. Philip St. George Cooke, Second U. S. Cavalry. 
With Sixty Additional Illustrations by Lieut. -Col. George 
Patten, late of the U. S. A. 

New York: Published by J. W. Fortune. 1862. i6mo. pp. 294. 

Cooke, Philip St. George. — The Battle of Gaines's Mill 
and the Cavalry Service. Important corrections of 
some accepted errors. By Gen. Philip St. George Cooke. 

(Detroit) Post and Tribune. Jan. 25, 1880. i6mo. pp. (12). 

Autograph note of Gen. Cooke. 

Cooke, Sydney Granger. — The First Day of Gettysburg. 
A paper prepared and read before the Kansas Commandery 
of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United 
States by Companion Sydney G. Cooke, 2nd Lieut. 
147th N. Y. Infantry. 

Leavenworth, Kansas. 1897. 8vo. pp. 13. 

Coolidge, George. — The Boston Almanac for the year 1863. 
No. XXVIII. By George Coolidge. 

48mo. pp. 431. 

"Gives the names and regiment of every soldier from the City of Boston." 

Coons, John W. — Indiana at Shiloh. Report of the Commis- 
sion. Compiled by John W. Coons. Issued by Indiana 
National Park Commission. 1904. 

Indianapolis: Press of Wm. B. Buford. 8vo. pp. 310. 

Cooper, Alonzo. — In and Out of Rebel Prisons. Daring 
Escapes and 300 miles tramp through the Confederacy. 
By Lieut. A. Cooper, 12th N. Y. Cavalry. Illustrated. 

Oswego, N. Y. 1888. 8vo. pp. VII. 335. 

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Cooper, Charles R. — Chronological and Alphabetical 
Record of the Engagements of the Great Civil War with 
the Casualties on both sides and full and exhaustive 
statistics and tables of the Army and Navy, Military 
Prisons, National Cemeteries, etc. Compiled from the 
Official Records of the War Department and Confederate 
Archives, Washington, D. C, by Charles R. Cooper, 
late 67th Ohio V. V. 

Milwaukee, Wis.: The Caxton Press, Publishers. 1904. 
8vo. pp. 211. Second Edition. 

Cooper, David M. — Obituary Discourse on occasion of the 
death of Noah Henry Ferry, Major of the Fifth Michigan 
Cavalry, killed at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863. By Rev. 
David M. Cooper. Published by request. 

New York: John F. Trow, Printer. 1863. 8vo. pp. 46. 

Autograph note of Rev. Mr. Cooper. 

Cooper, Samuel. — Report in relation to the arrest and dis- 
position of slaves who have been recaptured from the 
enemy. 

Richmond. Feb. 5, 1864. 8vo. pp. 4. 

Cooper, Thomas V. — Pennsylvania's Memorial Days, 
September 11 and 12, 1889. The 26th Pennsylvania 
Volunteers. Address of Thomas V. Cooper, Private of 
Co. C. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. (4). 

Copeland, Robert Morris. — Statement of R. Morris Copeland, 
Asst. Adjutant-General and Major of Volunteers, dis- 
charged from service August 6, 1862. 

Boston. 1864. 8vo. pp. — Circular of Major Copeland Nov. 25, 1870, 

with order of re-instatement. 

Copley, John M. — A Sketch of the Battle of Franklin, 
Tenn., with reminiscences of Camp Douglas. By John 
M. Copley. Illustrated. 

Austin, Texas: Eugene Von Boeckmann, Printer. 1893. i6mo. pp. 206. 

Copp, Elbridge J. — Reminiscences of the War of the 
Rebellion 1861-1865. By Col. Elbridge J. Copp, the 
Youngest Commissioned Officer in the Union Army who 
rose from the ranks. Published by the Author. 

Nashua, N. H.: Printed by the Telegraph Publishing Co. 191 1. 

8vo. pp. 536 (IV.). 

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Copp, Elbridge J. — Reminiscences of the War of the 
Rebellion i 861-1865. By Col. Elbridge J. Copp, the 
Youngest Commissioned Officer in the Union Army who 
rose from the ranks. Published by the Author. 

Nashua, N. H.: Printed by the Telegraph Publishing Co. 191 1. 

8vo. pp. (1) 240-254 (1). 

Copp, Joseph A. — The War, and Our Dead. A Funeral 
Address, in the Broadway Church, Chelsea, Sabbath 
Afternoon, Feb. 15, 1863. By Joseph A. Copp, D. D. 

Boston: Press of T. R. Marvin & Son. 1863. i2mo. pp. 16. 

Coppee, Henry. — Grant and His Campaigns. A military 

biography. 
New York. 1866. 8vo. pp. 500. Autograph note of Prof. Coppee. 
Newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Coppee, Henry. — Great Commanders: General Thomas. By 
Henry Coppee, LL. D., Professor in the Lehigh University 
and formerly an officer in the United States Army. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1893. i2mo. pp. X. (2) 1-332. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Coppee, Henry. — Life and Services of Gen. U. S. Grant. 

By Henry Coppee. 
New York: Richardson & Co. 1869. (Revised edition.) i2mo. pp. 566. 
Autograph note of Prof. Coppee. 

Corby, William. — Memoirs of Chaplain Life. By Very 
Rev. W. Corby, C. S. C, of Notre Dame University, 
Indiana, three years Chaplain in the Famous Irish 
Brigade, "Army of the Potomac." 

Chicago: La Monte, O. Donnell & Co., Printers. 1893. i2mo. pp. 391. 

Presentation copy. Autograph note of Author. 

Corbin, Henry Clarke. — Proceedings of a Court- Martial 

of Lieut.-Colonel Henry C. Corbin. 
Senate Document No. 214, 56th Congress, 1st Session. 

8vo. pp. 57. Newspaper cuttings mounted inserted, with Autograph letters 
of Gen. Corbin. 

Corcoran, Michael. — The Captivity of General Corcoran. 
The only authentic and reliable narrative of the trials and 
sufferings endured, during his twelve months' imprison- 
ment in Richmond and other Southern cities. By Brig.- 
General Michael Corcoran, the Hero of Bull Run. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia: Barclay & Co. 1865. 8vo. pp. 100. 

Portrait and cuttings inserted. 

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Corliss, Augustus Whittemore. — History of the Seventh 
Squadron Rhode Island Cavalry. By a member. 1862. 
Yarmouth, Maine: "Old Times" Office. 1879. 8vo. pp. 11. 
Autograph note of Capt. Corliss. 

Cornman, Daniel. — Roster of Commissioned and Non- 
commissioned Officers of the Seventh United States 
Infantry, Colonel Daniel Cornman Commanding, Head- 
quarters Fort Wayne, Michigan, April 29, 1908. 

Regimental Press. i2mo. pp. 23. 

Corson, Robert R. — The Soldiers' Guide, in Philadelphia. 
(Extract.) Published for Gratuitous Distribution by Robert R. Corson, State 
Military Agent. Geo. H. Ives, Pr. 321x10. pp. 16. 

Cortambert, Louis — Tranaltos, F. De. — Bibliotheque de 
Messager Franco-American Le General Grant Esquisse 
Biographique par L. Cortambert et F. de Tranaltos, 
Auteurs del' Historie de la Guerre Civile Americaine. 

New York: H. de Mareil, Editeur. 1868. 8vo. pp. 34. 

Cortambert, Louis — Tranaltos, F. De. — Etats-Unis 
D'Amerique. Historie de la Guerre Civile Americaine 
1 860- 1 865 par L. Cortambert et F. de Tranaltos avec 
portraits, Cartes et plans. 

Paris Amyot. 1867. Tome I. pp. 389 (1). Tome II. pp. 350 (1). 8vo. 

Cortambert, Louis — Tranaltos, F. De. — Le General 
Grant Esquisse Biographique par L. Cortambert et F. 
de Tranaltos, Auteurs del' Historie de la Guerre Civile 
Americaine. 

New York: H. de Mareil, Editeur. 1868. 8vo. pp. 42. 

Corz, Charles Estabrook. — The Sixth Kansas Cavalry and 

its Commander. An address by Charles E. Corz. 
(Topeka. 1908.) 8vo. pp. 24. 

Coulter, O. H. — Roster of Illinois Soldiers Residing in 
Kansas. Compiled by O. H. Coulter, from the official 
enrollment made by the Township Trustees as ordered 
by the Kansas State Legislature. 

Topeka, Kans. 8vo. pp. (56). 

Coulter, O. H. — Roster of Ohio Soldiers Residing in 
Kansas. Compiled by O. H. Coulter from the official 
Enrollment made by the Township Trustees, as ordered 
by the Kansas State Legislature. 

Topeka, Kansas. 8vo. pp. (36). 

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Cowan, Andrew. — The Reunion of Cowan's Battery, on 
the Battlefield of Gettysburg, July 3, 1886. The Twenty- 
third Anniversary of the Battle, with a Sketch of the 
Battery from 1861 to 1865. 

n. p. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 49. 

"The service of this Battery and its commander at 'The Angle' have never 

received the recognition due." 

Cowdin, Robert. — A Brief Sketch of the organization and 
services of the Fifty-ninth Regiment of United States 
Colored Infantry, and biographical sketches by Colonel 
Robert Cowdin. 

Dayton, Ohio. 1883. i2mo. pp. XXIII. 293. 

Cowell, A. T. — Tactics at Gettysburg as Described by 
Participants in the Battle. 

Gettysburg: Compiler Print. Copyrighted by A. T. Cowell. 1910. 
i2mo. pp. 81. 

Cowles, William H. H. — Memorial Day. Subject: The Life 
and Services of Gen. James B. Gordon. Address by Hon. 
Wm. H. H. Cowles, delivered in Metropolitan Hall, 
Raleigh, N. C, May 10, 1887. 

Raleigh. 1887. 8vo. pp. 20. 

Cowley, Charles. — The Romance of History in "The Black 
County" and the Romance of War in the Career of Gen. 
Robert Smalls, "The Hero of the Planter." By Charles 
Cowley. 

Lowell, Mass. 1882. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Cowper, Pulaski. — Extracts of Letters of Major-General 
Bryan Grimes, to his wife, written while in active service 
in the Army of Northern Virginia, together with some 
personal recollections of the War, written by him after 
its close, etc. Compiled from original manuscript, by 
Pulaski Cowper, of Raleigh, N. C. 

Raleigh, N. C: Alfred Williams & Co. 1884. 8vo. pp. 134. 

Cowtan, Charles W. — Services of the Tenth New York 
Volunteers (National Zouaves) in the War of the Re- 
bellion. By Charles W. Cowtan, late Adjutant of the 
Regiment and Brevet Captain U. S. Vols. 

(Motto.) New York: Charles H. Ludwig, Publisher. 1882. i2mo. pp. 450. 



Cox, Jacob Dolson. — Atlanta. By Jacob D. Cox, LL. D., 
late Major-General Commanding Twenty-third Army 
Corps. 

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1882. 12010. pp. VIII. (1) 1-274. 

Twenty-eight views, etc., and newspaper replies inserted. 

Cox, Jacob Dolson. — Military Reminiscences of the Civil 

War. By Jacob Dolson Cox, A. M., LL. D. 
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1900. 8vo. Vol.1. April, 1861-Novem- 
ber, 1863. pp. XVIII. 1-549. Vol. II. pp. XVI. 1-596. 
Autograph letter of Gen. Cox. 

Cox, Jacob Dolson. — Oration of General Jacob D. Cox on the 
Youth and Early Manhood of General James A. Garfield. 
(Delivered before the Society of the Army of the Cumber- 
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Cincinnati. 1882. 8vo. pp. 25. Private edition. 

Cox, Jacob Dolson. — The Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, 
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late Major-General Commanding Twenty-third Army 
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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1897. 8vo. pp. X. (1) 351. 

Autograph note of Gen. Cox. 

Cox, Jacob Dolson. — The Chickamauga Crisis. By Jacob 
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Scribner's Magazine. September, 1900. pp. 326-339. 

Cox, Jacob Dolson. — The March to the Sea, Franklin and 
Nashville. By Jacob D. Cox, LL. D., late Major- 
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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1882. i2mo. pp. IX. (1) 1-265. 

30 Views, etc., and 3 Maps inserted. 

Cox, Jacob Dolson. — The Second Battle of Bull Run, 
as connected with the Fitz John Porter Case. A paper 
read before the Society of Ex-Army and Navy Officers of 
Cincinnati, February 28, 1882, by Jacob D. Cox, late 
Maj.-Gen. Commanding 23d Army Corps. 

Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson. 1882. i2mo. pp. 124. 

Cox, Jacob Dolson. — The Sherman- Johnston Convention. 

By Jacob D. Cox, Major-General, Ex-Secretary of the 

Interior, Ex-Governor of Ohio, etc. 
Scribner's Magazine. October, 1900. pp. 489-505. 

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Cox, Samuel Sullivan. — Speech in Vindication of General 
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Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United 
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Washington, n. d. 8vo. pp. — Autograph of Author. 

Cox, William Ruffin. — Address on the Life and Services of 
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General William Ruffin Cox, Army Northern Virginia. 
Delivered before R. E. Lee Camp Confederate Veterans, 
No. 1, Richmond, Va., December 4, 1908. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Cox, William Ruffin. — Address on the Life and Character of 
Maj.-Gen. Stephen D. Ramseur, before the Ladies' 
Memorial Association of Raleigh, N. C, May 10, 1891. 
By Hon. William R. Cox. 

Raleigh: E. M. Uzzell, Steam Printer and Binder. 1891. 8vo. pp. 54. 

Cox, William V. — Defenses of Washington : General Early's 
Advance on the Capital and the Battle of Fort Stevens, 
July 11 and 12, 1864. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 31. (2). Second Edition. 

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Craft, David. — History of the One Hundred Forty-first 
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David Craft, Chaplain of the Regiment. Published by 
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Towanda, Pa.: Reporter Journal Printing Co., 1885. 

8vo. pp. IX. 1-270 (4). Autograph letter of Author. 

Craft, David. — History of the 141 st Regiment, Penna. 

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Towanda, Pa.: The Bradford Reporter, n. d. 8vo. pp. 212 
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Crafts, William A. — Life of Ulysses S. Grant: His Boyhood, 
Campaigns, and Services, Military and Civil, with a fine 
portrait on steel. 

Boston. 1868. i2mo. pp. — 

Crafts, William A. — The Southern Rebellion. Being a 
history of the United States from the Commencement of 
President Buchanan's administration through the War 
for the suppression of the rebellion, containing a record 

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4to. Vol. I. pp. VIII. 1-652. Vol. II. pp. 648. 

Craig, Hugh. — Grand Army Picture Book from April 12, 

1 861, to April 26, 1865. 
New York: George Rutledge & Sons. 1890. 4to. pp. 44. 

Cramer, Jesse Grant. — Letters of Ulysess S. Grant to his 
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New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press. 1912. 

8vo. pp. VII. 1-182. 

Cramer, M. J. — Ulysses S. Grant: Conversations and Un- 
published Letters. By M. J. Cramer, D. D., LL. D. 
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New York: Eaton & Mains. 1897. i6mo. pp. 207. 

Crandall, Francis Asbury. — Checklist of Public Documents 
Containing the Debates and Proceedings of Congress 
from the First to the Fifty-third Congress, together with 
Miscellaneous lists of documents and historical and 
bibliographical notes. Second Edition Revised and 
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Washington: Government Printing Office. 1895. 8vo. pp. 222. 

Crandall, Warren D. — Newell, Isaac D. — History of the 
Ram Fleet and the Mississippi Marine Brigade in the 
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The Story of its Ellets and their Men. Written and 
published under the Auspices of their Society of Survivors. 
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St. Louis. 1907. pp. 464 (28). 

Crane, James L. — Grant as a Colonel. Conversations 
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McClure's Magazine. June, 1896. pp. 40-45. 

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Crane, Stephen. — The Little Regiment and other Episodes 

of the American Civil War. By Stephen Crane. 
New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1896. i2mo. pp. 196. 

Crane, Stephen. — The Red Badge of Courage. An Episode 

of the American Civil War. By Stephen Crane. 
New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1896. l2mo. pp. 233. 

Crane, William Carey. — Memorial of Robert E. Lee. An 
address delivered at the Fair Grounds, Brenham, Texas, 
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Brenham, Texas, n. d. 8vo. pp. 14. 

Crane, William Edmund. — Bugle Blasts. Read before the 
Ohio Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal 
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November 5, 1884. 
Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson, n. d. 8vo. pp. 17. 

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Regt., Pa. Vet. Vols. 
Reading, Pa. 1884. 8vo. pp. 88 (L) (1). 

Craven, Elijah Richardson — Foster, John Y. — In Memoriam. 
Sermon and Oration: Sermon preached by E. R. 
Craven, D. D., July 20, 1862, on the occasion of the 
death of Col. J. M. Tucker, 2d Regt. N. J. Vols., who fell 
at the battle of Gaines' Mills, before Richmond, June 27, 
1862. Oration delivered by Bro. John Y. Foster, on 
invitation of Protection Lodge No. 28, I. O. O. F., July 
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Newark, N. J.: Published by Protection Lodge No. 28, I. O. O. F. 1862. 

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Crawford, Jack. — Souvenir of Song and Story. Capt. 

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New York. 1898. 4to. pp. 28. 

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the adventures of that renowned partisan ranger, John 
S. Mosby, Colonel C. S. A., including the exploits of 
Smith, Chapman, Richards, Montjoy, Turner, Russell, 
Glasscork, and the men under them. (Portraits.) 

New York. 1867. i2mo. pp. 375. Autograph letter of Col. Mosby. 

Crawford, Samuel Wylie. — Address delivered at Antietam 

National Cemetery on Decoration Day, May 30, 1874. 
Washington. 1874. 8vo. pp. — 
Presentation copy. Autograph of Gen. Crawford. 

Crawford, Samuel Wylie. — The Story of Sumter 1860-1861. 

By Samuel Wylie Crawford, Brevet Major-General 

U. S. A. 
New York: Charles L. Webster & Company. 1887. 8vo. pp. XXIII. 1-486- 
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Creasy, Edward Shepperd. — Decisive Battles of the World. 
By Edward Shepperd Creasy, with a special introduction 
and supplementary chapters on the Battles of Gettysburg, 
Sedan, Santiago and Manila. By John Gilman Speed. 

London and New York: The Colonial Press, Riverside Edition. 1899. 

8vo. pp. XIII. (1) 1-434. 

Creasy, Edward Shepperd. — The Fifteen Decisive Battles 
of the World from Marathon to Waterloo. By Sir 
Edward Shepperd Creasy, M. A. New Edition, to which 
are added Quebec, Yorktown, Vicksburg, Gettysburg, 
Sedan, Manila Bay, Santiago, Tsu-Shima (The Sea of 
Japan). With maps. 

New York and London: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. 1908. 

i2mo. pp. XVIII. 1-518. 

Creelman, S. — Collections of a Coffee Cooler, Consisting 
of Daily Prison Scenes in Andersonville, Ga., and Florence, 
S. C, with poetic effusions on Foraging, Army Beans, 
Army Corns, Soldier's Oration, Soldier's Widow, Soldier's 
Death, and the Soldier's Funeral, Silent Sentinels, etc. 
By S. Creelman, late Co. A, 101st Regt. Penna. Vols., 
who served forty-six months in the Army, inclusive of 
eleven months in Prison Pens. 

(Wilkensburg, Penna. 1889.) i2mo. pp. 74 (1). 

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Crehore, Joseph. — A Sermon delivered in the Universalist 
Church, Abington, Sunday, January 18, 1863, on the 
death of Rufus Robbins, Jr., a member of Co. K, Seventh 
Regiment Mass. Volunteers, who died January 7, 1862. 
By Rev. Joseph Crehore. Published by request. 

(Motto.) Boston: Printed by Spooner & Cobb. 1863. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Creigh, I. J. — Oration and Poem. Delivered before the 

Right Hon. Legion of Veterans of Chester and Delaware 

. Counties, at their First Annual Meeting on the 9th of 

April, 1866, in celebration of the final Victory over Lee, 

and the close of the Rebellion. 

West Chester: J. P. Taylor, Printer. 1866. 8vo. pp. 21. 

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McKnight Leoser, Colonel Eleventh New York Volunteers 
and Captain Second L T . S. Cavalry. Born August 4, 
1839. Died February 23, 1896. Prepared for the Associa- 
tion of Graduates of the United States Military Academy, 
West Point, N. Y. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 14. 

Crocker, James F. — Prison Reminiscences. By James F. 
Crocker. Read before Stonewall Camp, Confederate 
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Portsmouth, Va. : W. A. Fiske, Printer and Bookbinder. 1906. 8vo. pp. 33. 

Croffut, William Augustus. — Fifty Years in Camp and 
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New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press. 1909. 
8vo. pp. XV. 1 -5 1 4. 

Croffut, William Augustus — Morris, John M. — The 

Military and Civil History of Connecticut during 
the War of 1861-65, containing a detailed account of the 
various regiments and batteries, through march, encamp- 
ment, bivouac, and battle, also instances of distinguished 
personal gallantry, and biographical sketches of many 
heroic soldiers, together with a record of the patriotic 
action of citizens at home, and of the liberal support 
furnished by the State in its executive and legislative 
departments. Illustrated. 
New York. 1868. Royal 8vo. pp. 891. 

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Crofts, Thomas. — History of the Service of the Third 
Ohio Veteran Volunteer Cavalry in the War for the 
preservation of the Union from 1861-1865. Compiled 
from the Official Records and from Diaries of members of 
the Regiments. By Sergt. Thos. Crofts, Co. C, Regi- 
mental Historian. 

Columbus, O. : The Stoneman Press. Toledo, Ohio. 19 10. 8vo. pp.296. 

Autograph note of Author. 

Cronin, David Edward. — The Evolution of a Life described 
in the memoirs of Major Seth Eyland, late of the Mounted 
Rifles. 

(Motto.) New York: S. W. Green's Son, Publisher. 1884. i2mo. pp. 336. 

Cronkite, J. W. — Report of the Gettysburg Monument 
Committee of the 121st New York Volunteers, Supple- 
mented with names of the contributors and a brief sketch 
of the Regiment. Compiled by Lieut. -Col. J. W. Cronkite, 
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Cooperstown, N. Y.: Press of the Otsego Republican, n. d. 8vo. pp. 83. 

Crooke, George. — The Twenty-first Regiment of Iowa 
Volunteer Infantry. A narrative of its experience in 
active service including a military record of each officer, 
non-commissioned officer, and private soldier of the 
organization. Compiled by George Crooke, late Ad- 
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Milwaukee, Wis.: King, Fowle & Co. 1891. 8vo. pp.232. 

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Crooker, Lucian B. — A Section of a Battle. Observations 
upon the conduct of the 55th Illinois Infantry in the First 
Day's Battle of Shiloh. A Missing link supplied by Lucian 
B. Crooker, Capt. 55th Ills. Vet. Vol. Infantry. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 15. (Diagram.) Autograph letter of Author. 

Croom, Wendell D. — The War-History of Company "C," 
(Beauregard Volunteers) Sixth Georgia Regiment, 
(Infantry) with a graphic account of each member. 
Written by Wendell D. Croom, Esq., of Houston County, 
Georgia, and published by the survivors of the Company. 

Fort Valley, Georgia. 1879. 8vo. pp. (4) 1-37. (Slip Errata.) 

Autograph note of Author. 

Cross, Andrew B. — Battle of Gettysburg and the Christian 

Commission. By Andrew B. Cross, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. (1). Map. 1-32. 

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Cross, Andrew B. 

1. The War and the Christian Commission. By Andrew B. Cross. 
1865. pp. 60. 

2. Battle of Gettysburg and the Christian Commission. By 
Andrew B. Cross, pp. 32. 

n. p. 8vo. 

Gross, Jane T. H. — Duncan Adair, or Captured in Escaping. 

A story of one of Morgan's Men. By Mrs. Jane T. H. 

Cross. 
Macon, Ga. : Burke, Boyken & Company. 1864. i2mo. pp.51. 

Cross, Joseph. — Camp and Field. Papers from the portfolio 

of an Army Chaplain. 
Columbia, S. C. 1864. i2mo. pp. — Books Third and Fourth. 

Cross, Nelson. — The Modern Ulysses LL. D. His political 

record. By Nelson Cross. 
(Motto.) New York: J. S. Redfield. 1872. 8vo. pp. 182. 

Crotty, D. G. — Four Years' Campaigning in the Army of the 
Potomac. By Color Sergeant D. G. Crotty, Third Michi- 
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Grand Rapids, Mich.: Dygert Bros. & Co. 1874. 8vo. pp. 207. 
Autograph note of Sergt. Crotty. 

Crowell, Joseph E. — The Young Volunteer. The everyday 
experiences of a Soldier Boy in the Civil War. By Joseph 
E. Crowell, Private Co. K, 13th N. J. Volunteers and 
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New York: G. W. Dillingham Company, Publishers, n. d. 8vo. pp. 492. 
Second Edition Revised and Illustrated. 

Crowell, Joseph E. — The Young Volunteer. A record of 
the experiences of a Private Soldier. By Joseph E. 
Crowell, late Private Co. K, 13th N. J. Volunteers and 
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London and New York: F. Tennyson Neely, Publishers, n. d. 

1 2 mo. pp. 490. Autograph letter of Gen. E. A. Carman. 

Crown inshield, Benjamin William. — The Battle of Cedar 
Creek. October 19, 1864. A paper read before the 
Massachusetts Military Historical Society, December 8, 
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Cambridge: Printed at the Riverside Press. 1879. Ry. 8vo. pp. 36. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

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Crowninshield, Benjamin William. — Cavalry in Virginia 
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Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution. May, 1891. pp. 527-551. 

Crozier, R. H. — The Confederate Spy, or Startling Incidents 
of the War Between the States. A Novel. By R. H. 
Crozier, A. M., formerly Captain of Co. I, 33d Regiment 
of Mississippi Volunteers, and Author of "Fiery Trials," 
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Louisville: Printed by John P. Morton & Company. 1885. 8vo. pp. 406. 

Fifth Edition. 

Cudworth, Warren Handel. — History of the First Regi- 
ment Massachusetts Infantry from the 25th of May, 1861, 
to the 25th of May, 1864, including brief references to the 
operations of the Army of the Potomac. 

Boston. 1866. i2mo. pp. 528. Autograph note of Author. 

Cudworth, Warren Handel. — Major-General Hooker: New 
England Veterans honor his memory. Memorial Ser- 
vices yesterday in Music Hall. The Eulogy by Rev. 
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Boston Herald. Nov. 17, 1879. 8vo. pp. (14). 

Guffel, Charles A. — Dedication of the Pennsylvania 
Memorial at Vicksburg, Mississippi, March 24, 1906. 
An account of the Pilgrimage to the Southland by letters 
to the Doylestown Intelligencer. By Lieut. Charles A. 
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n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 14. 

Cuffel, Charles A. — Durell's Battery in the Civil War 
(Independent Battery D, Pennsylvania Volunteer Artil- 
lery). A narrative of the Campaigns and Battles of 
Berks and Bucks Counties' Artillerists in the War of the 
Rebellion from the Battery's organization, September 24, 
1861, to its Muster-out of Service, June 13, 1865. By 
Lieutenant Charles A. Cuffel. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 265. 

Cullum, George Washington. — Biographical Sketch, by 
Bvt. Major-General George W. Cullum, U. S. Army, of 
Major-General Henry W. Halleck, U. S. Army. Born, 
January 16, 1815, at Westerville, N. Y. Died January 5, 
1872, at Louisville, Ky. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 28. 

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Cullum, George Washington. — Biographical Sketch of 
Brigadier-General Joseph G. Swift, Chief Engineer of the 
United States Army, July 31, 1812, to Nov. 12, 1818. 
By George W. Cullum, Brevet Major-General U. S. Army. 

New York. 1877. 8vo. pp. 26. 

Cullum, George Washington. — Biographical Register of 
the Officers and Graduates of the U. S. Military Academy 
at West Point, N. Y., from its establishment, in 1802, to 
1890, with the early history of the United States Military 
Academy. By Bvt. Maj.-Gen. George W. Cullum, Colonel 
of Engineers, U. S. Army, retired. 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 

Third Edition Revised and Extended. 

Vol. I. Nos. 1 to 1000. pp. 784. XXVIII. 

Vol. II. Nos. 1001 to 2000. pp. 870. XXVIII. 

Vol. III. Nos. 2001 to 3384. pp. 672. XXVIII. Supplement. 

Vol. IV. 1890-1900. pp. XII. 1-707. Supplement. 

Vol. V. 1900-1910. pp. XII. 1-904. 

Cullum, George Washington. — Biographical Register of 
the Officers and Graduates of the U. S. Military Academy, 
from 1802 to 1867. Revised edition with a supplement 
containing the register of graduates to January 1, 1879. 
By Bvt. Major-General George W. Cullum, Colonel, 
Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, retired. Vol. I. 1802-1840. 
pp. 665. Vol. II. 1841-1867. pp. 665. Vol. III. Supple- 
ment pp. 544. 

New York: James Miller, Publisher. 1879. 8vo. 

Autograph note of Gen. Cullum. 

Cullum, George Washington. — In Memoriam. Brevet Briga- 
dier-General Charles S. Merchant, United States Army. 
West Point Alumni, Annual Reunion. June, 1880. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Cullum, George Washington. — In Memory of Major- 
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n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 7. Presentation copy from Mrs. Donaldson to Gen. Meigs. 

Cullum, George Washington. — Memoir of Brevet Major- 
General Robert Ogden Tyler, U. S. Army, together 
with his journal of two months travel in British and 
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Philadelphia: Press of J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1878. 4to. pp. 120. 

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Cullum, George Washington. — Register of the Officers and 
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piled by Captain George W. Cullum, Corps of Engineers, 
U. S. Army, from the Official Records of the War Depart- 
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New York: J. F. Trow, Printer. 1850. i2mo. pp. 303. 

Cullum, George Washington. — Report of the Committee 
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52a! Congress, 1st Session, Senate Report No. 1038. 8vo. pp. (2). 

Culp, Edward C. — The 25TH Ohio Vet. Vol. Infantry in the 
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Colonel 25th Ohio, and Brevet Colonel United States 
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(Motto.) Topeka, Kansas: Geo. W. Crane & Co. 1885. i2mo. pp. 168 (1). 

Autograph note of Author. 

Gumming, Joseph B. — July 22, 1864. Address of Joseph B. 
Cumming at the Unveiling of the Monument to Maj.- 
Gen. William Henry Tallot Walker on the Battlefield of 
Atlanta, July 22, 1902. 

Augusta, Ga.: Chronicle Job Office, n. d. 8vo. pp. 11. 

Cumming, Kate. — A Journal of Hospital Life in the 
Confederate Army of the Tennessee from the Battle of 
Shiloh to the end of the War, with sketches of life and 
character and brief notices of current events during that 
period. 

Louisville. 1866. 8vo. pp. — 

Cumming, Kate. — Gleanings from Southland. Sketches of 
Life and Manners of the People of the South before, during 
and after the War of Secession, with Extracts from the 
Author's Journal and an Epitome of the New South. 
By Kate Cumming, Author of "Hospital Life in the Con- 
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Birmingham: Roberts & Son. 1895. 8vo. pp. 277. 

Cummings, Charles L. — All About It for Ten Cents, to 
which is appended Geo. E. Reed's Poetical Description of 
the Campaigns of the Sixth Army Corps during the year 
1863. Compiled by Chas. L. Cummings, late Private 
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(Harrisburg, Pa. 1886.) 8vo. pp. 30. 

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Cu minings, Charles L. — The Great War Relic. A poetical 
description of the 6th Army Corps Campaign during the 
year 1863. By George E. Reed, while a private in Co. 
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Harrisburg. n. d. 8vo. pp. 36. (New Edition.) 

Cummings, James D. — Sketch of Cummings' Battery. 

Our Living and Our Dead. Jan. 7, 1874. pp. (3). 

Cunningham, D. — Miller, W. W. — Antietam. Report of 

the Ohio Antietam Battlefield Commission. By D. 

Cunningham, late Major 30th Ohio Infantry and W. W. 

Miller, late Captain 8th Ohio Infantry, President and 

Secretary of the Commission. 
Springfield, Ohio: Springfield Publishing Company, State Printers. 1904. 
8vo. pp. 150 (1). 

Cunningham, J. W. — Confederate Annals. A Semi- 
monthly magazine relating facts and incidents of the War 
in the South. 

Vol. I. No. 1, June, 1883. No. 2, August, 1882. 8vo. pp. 84. 

Publication ceased with August No. Autograph letter of Editor. 

Cunningham, S. A. — Reminiscences of the Forty-first 

Tennessee Regiment (C. S. Army), 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 57. Autograph letter of Author. 

Curriden, Samuel W. — Our Soldiers and Our Sailors, 
what they said and did on the Tenth Anniversary of the 
Battle of Antietam at Pittsburg, Penna., September 17th 
and 18th, 1872. By Samuel W. Curriden, Official 
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New York: Published by Veterans' National Committee. 1872. 8vo. pp. 54. 

Currier, John Charles. — From Concord to Fredericksburg. 
A Paper prepared and read before California Commandery 
of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United 
States, February 12, 1896, by Companion John Charles 
Currier, Capt. nth New Hamp. Vol. Inf., 1st Lieut, and 
Bvt. Capt. U. S. Army. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 17. 

Currigan, Edward W. — Roster and Historical Sketch of 
the 101st Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Roster 
arranged in Alphabetical Order by Companies. 

Tiffin, Ohio: Russell L. Knapp, Printer. August 10, 1897. i8mo. pp. 41. 

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Curry, Jabez Lamar Monroe. — Address of Hon. J. L. M. 
Curry, LL. D., delivered before the Association of Con- 
federate Veterans, Richmond, Va., July I, 1896. 

Richmond, Va.: B. F. Johnson Publishing Co. n. d. 8vo. pp. 31. 

Curry, John P. — Volunteers' Camp and Field Book, con- 
taining useful and general information on the art and 
~ science of war for the leisure moments of the Soldier. By 
John P. Curry. 

Richmond: West & Johnston. 1862. i8mo. pp. 144. 

Curry, William Leontes. — Raid of the Confederate 
Cavalry Through Central Tennessee in October, 1863, 
commanded by General Joseph Wheeler. A Paper read 
before the Ohio Commandery of the Loyal Legion, April 
1, 1908, by William L. Curry, Captain 1st Ohio Vol. 
Cavalry. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 21. 

Curtin, Andrew Gregg. — Messages of Gov. Andrew G. Curtin, 

relative to the Reserve Corps, Pennsylvania Volunteers. 
Singerly & Myers, State Printers. January 12, 1863. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Curtis, George Ticknor. — McClellan's Last Service to 
the Republic. 

North American Review. April, May and June, 1 880. 

Rare portraits of McClellan inserted and Autograph letter of G. T. Curtis. 

Curtis, George Ticknor. — McClellan's Last Service to 
the Republic, together with a tribute to his memory. 
By George Ticknor Curtis. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1886. i2mo. pp. 150. 

Curtis, George Ticknor. — Life, Character, and Public 
Services of General George B. McClellan. An 
Address delivered December 4, 1886, at the Academy of 
Music in Philadelphia, at the request of the McClellan 
Memorial Association of Philadelphia, by George Ticknor 
Curtis. 

Boston: Cupples, Upham & Company. 1887. 8vo. pp. 103. 

Autograph letter of General McClellan. 

Curtis, George William. — The Proceedings at the Dedica- 
tion of the Soldiers' Monument at Pittsfield, Mass., 
September 24, 1872, including the Oration of Hon. 
Geo. Wm. Curtis, edited for the Committee by J. E. A. 
Smith. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 1872. 8vo. pp. — 

183 



Curtis, Josiah. — ("Acrostic Etc.") 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. (4). 

Curtis, Newton Martin. — From Bull Run to Chancellors- 
ville. The story of the Sixteenth New York Infantry 
together with personal Reminiscences. By Newton Martin 
Curtis, LL. D., Brevet Major-General U. S. V. 

(Motto.) New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1906. 

8vo. pp. XIX. 1-348. 

Curtis, Newton Martin. — Hero of Fort Fisher. General 
Curtis' Address before the Historical Society. Subject 
was "Fort Fisher." Many Grand Army Men and 
Historical Members Hear the General on a Subject on 
which he is well qualified to speak. Extracts from Official 
Documents. 

Utica: Morning Herald. Dec. 15, 1897. 8vo. pp. 4. 

Curtis, O. B. — History of the Twenty-fourth Michigan of 
the Iron Brigade known as the Detroit and Wayne County 
Regiment. Illustrated. By O. B. Curtis, A. M., of the 
Regiment. 

Detroit, Mich. : Winn & Hammond. 1891. Ry. 8vo. pp.483. 

Curtis, Samuel Prentis. — The Army of the Southwest, and 
the First Campaign in Arkansas. By Samuel Prentis 
Curtis, late Lieutenant and Aide-de-Camp to Major- 
General Curtis. 

Iowa City: The Annals of Iowa, by the State Historical Society. 

Vol. IV. April, 1866. No. II. July, 1866. No. III. October, 1866. No. IV. 

Vol. V. January, 1867. No. I. April, 1867. No. II. July, 1867. No. III. 
October, 1867. No. IV. 

Vol. VI. January, 1868. No. I. April, 1868. No. II. July, 1868. No. III. 
October, 1868. No. IV. 

Vol. VII. April, 1869. No. II. July, 1869. No. III. October, 1869. No. IV. 

8vo. pp. — Unique set. 

Curtis, W. A. — Journal of Reminiscences of the War. 

By W. A. Curtis. 
Our Living and Our Dead. May and June, 1875. pp. — 

Curtis, W. A. — Sketches of Company A, 2D Regiment, N. C. 

Cavalry. By W. A. Curtis, from May 1, 1861, to January 

1, 1862. 
Our Living and Our Dead. Feb. 11, 1874. pp. (11). 

184 



Cushman, F. E. — History of the 58TH Regiment, Massa- 
chusetts Vols, from the 15th day of September, 1863, to 
the close of the Rebellion. By F. E. C. 

Washington, D. C: Gibson Brothers, Printers. 1865. i2mo. pp. 38. 

Autograph notes of Col. Horton and the Author. 

Cushman, Pauline. — An Inside View of the Army Police. 
The thrilling adventures of Pauline Cushman, the dis- 
tinguished American Actress and famous federal spy of 
the Department of the Cumberland. 

(Extract.) Cincinnati: Rickey & Carroll. 1864. i2mo. pp. 50. 

Cussons, John. — A Glance at Current History. By John 
Cussons, Past Grand Commander of the Confederate 
Veterans of Virginia, Ex-Chairman of History Committee, 
etc. 

Glen Allen, Va.: Cussons, May & Company, Inc. 1899. i2mo. pp. 172. 

Cussons, John. — An Unrecorded Episode of the American 
War: Jack Sterry, the Jessie Scout. An incident of 
Second Manassas, on which turned the course of the 
Campaign and the fate of the Southern Army. By John 
Cussons. 

Richmond, Va.: Whittet & Shepperson, Printers. 1908. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Cussons, John. — Jack Sterry, The Jessie Scout. An incident 
of the Second Battle of Manassas, on which turned the 
course of the Campaign and the Fate of the Southren 
Army. By John Cussons, Glen Allen, Va., Confederate 
Scout, Past Grand Commander of the Confederate 
Veterans of Virginia, Ex-Chairman of History Committee 
of the Grand Camp, Author of "A Glance at Current 
History," "On the Treachery of the Indian," "On 
Granting Forgiveness Before it is Asked, " etc. 

Harrisburg, Pa.: The Star-Independent Print. 1907. 8vo. pp. 20. 

Cussons, John. — The Passage of Thoroughfare Gap and 
the Assembling of Lee's Army for the Second Battle of 
Manassas. By a Confederate Scout. With an intro- 
duction by Senator Daniel, Chairman of the History 
Committee of the Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans. 

York, Pa. : Gazette Print. 1906. 8vo. pp.31. 

Cussons, John. — United States "History" as the Yankee 

makes and takes it. By a Confederate Soldier. 
Glen Allen, Va. : Cussons, May & Co., Inc. 1900. 48mo. pp. 99. (Third Edition.) 

185 



Custer, Elizabeth A. — Report of Committee on Pension. 

51st Congress, 2d Session, Report 3328 House of Representatives. 8vo. pp. 4. 

Cutler, Charles. — War: A Necessary Evil. A Sermon 
delivered in Francestown, N. H., September 19, 1863, at 
the Funeral of William R. Marsden, Member of the N. H. 
Battalion of R. I. Cavalry, who died at Camp Parole, 
Annapolis, Md., September 12, 1863, by Rev. Charles 
Cutler. Published by request. 

Manchester, N. H.: America Steam Printing Works of Gage, Moore & Co. 

1863. 8vo. pp. 18. 

Cutter, O. P. — Our Battery, or the Journal of Company B, 

1st O. V. A. By 0. P. Cutter. 
Cleveland, Ohio: Nevins'. 1864. i2mo. pp. 152. 
Autograph letter of Author and ms. additions. 

Cutts, James Madison. — Report from the Committee on 

Military Affairs. (J. Madison Cutts.) 
51st Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 3343. 
8vo. pp. 5 (1). 

Cutts, James Madison. — Report from the Committee on 
Military Affairs. (Lieut.-Col. J. Madison Cutts.) 

52d Congress, 15th Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 2 131. 
Supplemental Report August 5, 1892. 8vo. pp. 148. 

Cuyler, Telamon Smith. — A Roster of the Surviving 
General Officers of the Confederate States Army 1861- 
1865. By Telamon Smith Cuyler. 

Mamaroneck, New York. A. D. 1905. 4to. pp. 9. 

Presentation copy. Privately printed. 

C. T. E. — Battlefields of the South from Bull Run to 
Fredericksburg with sketches of Confederate Commanders 
and gossips of the Camps by an English Combatant, 
Lieutenant of Artillery on the field staff, with two maps. 

London. 1863. i2mo. Vol. I. pp. XXV. 1-339 and map. 

Vol. II. pp. 399 and map. 

Cadet Armory. (Contains Sketch of the Services of the "First 

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Boston. 1887. Sm. 4to. pp. (21). 

186 



Calendar of the Civil War Including Every Military and 
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the Secession Conventions, Presidential Nominations, 
Calls for Troops, Peace Negotiations, Important Army 
Movements, and other Events of Interest. 

Boston: Press of Rockwell & Churchill. 1890. 8vo. pp. 24. 

California. Annual Reports of the Adjutant-General, 

1. For the year 1861. n. p. pp. 174 (1). 

2. For the year 1862. Sacramento. 1863. pp. 163. 

3. For the year 1863. n. p. pp. 245. 

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6. From October 31, 1867, to November 1, 1869. n. p. pp. 183. 
8vo. 3 Vols. 

California. List of Electors resident of California in the 
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8vo. 3 Vols. 

California Volunteers. Letter from the Secretary of War, 
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House of Representatives, 39th Congress, 1st Session, Ex. Document No. 138. 
8vo. pp. 10. 

Calls for Troops made by the President during the Years 

1 861, 1862, 1863, and 1864. 
(Washington, D. C. 1898.) 8vo. pp. 30. 50 copies printed. 

Cambridge, Mass. The Soldiers' Monument in Cambridge. 
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of the States in the War of the Rebellion. 

Cambridge! Press of John Wilson & Son. 1870. 8vo. pp. 104. 

187 



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2. Second Annual Report. Cambridge. 1865. 8vo. pp. 4 (4). 

3. Third Annual Report. Cambridge. 1866. pp. 5 (3). 
2 Vols, 

Campaign in Georgia, 1864. Organization of the Northern and 
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Campaign of the Carolinas. Organization of the Union 
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Washington, D. C. : War Records Office, War Department, n. d. 8vo. pp. 18. 

100 copies printed. 

Campaign Tracts. No. 1. Published by the Brooklyn Daily 
Union, No. 10 Front Street. "What Our Generals Say." 
8vo. pp. 3. 

Captains of Light Artillery, with names of Captains of Light 
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Washington, D. C. 1881. 8vo. pp. 16. 50 copies printed. 

Captured Battle Flags. 

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4. Report House of Representatives 4644. 58th Congress, 3d Ses- 
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St. Louis: Designed, Engraved and Printed by Buxton & Skinner, n. d. 
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Capture of Jefferson Davis. Evidence submitted to the Com- 
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39th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives. Mis. Document No. 82. 

8vo. pp. 27. 

Caricature Soldier Valentines 1861-1865. Collected by 

John P. Nicholson. 
4to. pp. (50). Unique. 

188 



Cartridge Box (The). A Journal of the Scranton City Guard 
Armory Fair. Friday, March 19, 1880, to Thursday, 
April 15, 1880. 

Scranton: Vol. I., Nos. 1 to 7, and Advance No. (Complete.) Folio. 

Casualties in Massachusetts Regiments in U. S. Army, in 

the U. S. Navy and U. S. Vols. 1861-65. 
Commandery of Mass. Circular No. 5. 1892. i2mo. pp. (22). 

Casualties in the Union Forces at Fort Stedman, near Peters- 
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Casualties in the Union Forces in the Appomattox Campaign, 
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1 -April 9, 1865. 

Washington, D. C. : War Department. 8vo. pp. 35. 50 copies printed. 

Casualties in the Union Forces at Hatcher's Run, Va., (other- 
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Vaughan Road). February 5-7, 1865. 

Washington, D. C: War Department. 8vo. pp. 12. 50 copies printed. 

Casualties in the Union Forces Operating against Richmond, 
Va., during August, 1864. Deep Bottom, August 13-20. 
Weldon Rail Road, Aug. 18-21, Ream's Station, August 25. 

Washington, D. C: War Records Office. 1888. 8vo. pp. 28. 
50 copies printed. 

Casualties in the Union Forces Operating against Richmond, 
Va., during September, 1864, Chapin's Farm, September 
29-30, Poplar Spring Church, September 30. 

Washington, D. C: War Records Office. 1888. 50 copies printed. 

Casualties in the Union Forces Operating against Richmond, 

Va., during October, 1864. 
Washington, D. C. : War Records Office. 1888. 8vo. pp.31. 50 copies printed. 

Catalogue of Articles contained in the Museum and Curiosity 

Shop of the Metropolitan Fair, April 4, 1864. 
New York: Baker & Godwin, Printers. 1864. 8vo. pp.24. 

189 



Catalogue of a Collection of Engraved and other Portraits of 
Lincoln. Exhibited at the Grolier Club, New York, 
Twenty-nine East Thirty-second Street, Saturday, April 
8th to Saturday, April 22, 1899. 

The largest part of the Catalogue is from the collection of Major W. H. 

Lambert, of Phila. i6mo. pp. 66. 

Catalogue of Connecticut Volunteer Organizations, with 
additional enlistments and casualties to July 1, 1864, 
compiled from Records in the Adjutant-General's Office 
and published by order of the Legislature. Horace J. 
Morse, Adjutant-General. 

Hartford: Press of Case, Lockwood & Company. 1864. 8vo. pp. IV. 3-847. 

Catalogue of Connecticut Volunteer Organizations (Infantry, 
Cavalry and Artillery), in the service of the United States, 
1 861 -1 865, with additional enlistments, casualties, etc., 
and brief summaries showing the operations and service 
of the several regiments and batteries. Prepared from 
records in the Adjutant-General's Office. Published by 
order of the Legislature. C. M. Ingersoll, Adjutant- 
General. 

Hartford : Brown & Gross. 1869. Ry. 8vo. pp.936. 

Catalogue of Rebel Flags captured by Union Troops, since 
April 19, 1861, deposited in the Ordnance Museum, War 
Department. 

Washington. A. G. O. 8vo. pp. 31. "Printed for office use only." 

Catalogue of the Arms and Accoutrements of the Springfield 

Armory Museum. July 1, 1909. 
8vo. pp. 116. 

Catalogue of the Exhibit of Relics and Antiquities at the 

Virginia Exposition, Oct. 3-Nov. 21, 1888. 
Richmond, Va. : Wm. Ellis Jones. 1888. 8vo. pp. 36. 
(Confederate War Material.) 

Catalogue of the Exhibit of the War Department at the 
Centennial Exposition of the Ohio Valley and Central 
States, at Cincinnati, Ohio, July 4 to October 27,1888. 
Act of Congress, May 28, 1888. The Hon. William C. 
Endicott, Secretary of War. Captain A. H. Russell, 
Ordnance Dept. U. S. A. War Department Representative, 
Lieutenant E. S. Benton, 3d Artillery, Assistant. 

(Washington. 1888.) 8vo. pp. 99. 

190 



Catalogue of the Library of Brevet Lieut. -Colonel John Page 
Nicholson, U. S. V., A. M., Litt. D., relating to the War 
of the Rebellion, 1 861-1866. 

Philadelphia: Press of John T. Palmer Co. 1914. Ry. 8vo. pp. 1022. 
300 copies printed for private distribution. 

Catalogue of the Museum of the Military Service Institution 

Governors Island, New York. 1884. 
n. p. Ry. 8vo. pp. 149. 

Catalogue of the Soldiers' Orphans and Widows' Home, St. 
Joseph, Missouri. Containing a list of the Prizes to be 
distributed to the holders of certificates, the manner of 
distribution, a heological and topographical review of the 
lands, etc. Established under an act of the Legislature, 
State of Missouri, January, 1866. 

St. Joseph, Missouri. 1866. 8vo. pp. 27. 

Catalogue of War Letters of Leaders in the Great Civil War 
to be sold at Auction, Monday, April 9, 1900, by Bangs & 
Co., 91 and 93 Fifth Avenue, New York. 

New York. n. d. 8vo. pp. 35. 

Catalogue of War Relics, Curiosities, etc., gathered from the 
Battlefields of Virginia, Pennsylvania and Maryland dur- 
ing the years 1886-7-8, by the owners personally, Cotton 
& Hills, also Proprietors Exchange Hotel, Fredericksburg, 
Va., where they are on Exhibition. 

Richmond, Va.: Wm. Ellis Jones. 1888. 8vo. pp. 38 (2). 

Catalogue of War Relics, State Capitol Building, Denver, 

Colorado. 
Denver, Colorado: The Smith-Brooke Printing Company, State Printers. 
February, 1898. 8vo. pp. 40. 

Catalogue of written and printed battle reports on file in the 
Archive Office, War Department. 

Washington: War Record Publication Office. 1878. 8vo. pp. LIV. 1-133. 
"Printed for War Dept. use only." 

Celebration of the Seventy-fifth Anniversaty of the Chatham 
Artillery of Savannah, May 1, 1861. Published in 
compliance with a resolution adopted by the Corps. 

(Motto.) Savannah: John M. Cooper & Company. 1861. 8vo. pp.65. 
Autograph letters of Col. Jones. 

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Celebration of the National Anniversary by Doubleday's 
Brigade, at Camp Opposite Fredericksburg, Virginia, 
July 4, 1862. 

Philadelphia. 1862. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Ceremonies and Addresses at the dedication of a monument 
by the 119th Regiment, N. Y. State Vols, at Gettysburg, 
July 3, 1888. 

Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Company. 1889. 4to. pp. 35. 

Ceremonies at the dedication of the Hancock Statue at Wash- 
ington, D. C, May 12, 1896. 
Newspaper accounts, Programmes, etc. 8vo. pp. (13). (Mounted.) Unique. 

Ceremonies at dedication of Monument of the Eighth Penna. 

Cavalry Regiment at Gettysburg, September 1, 1890, 

with Historical Sketch of the Regiment. 
Philadelphia. 1891. 8vo. pp. 35. 

Ceremonies at the dedication of the Monument Erected by the 
City of Manchester, N. H., to the men who periled their 
lives to save the Union in the late Civil War, September 
11, 1879. 

Manchester, N. H.: Mirror Steam Printing Press. 1880. Ry. 8vo. pp.126. 

Ceremonies at the dedication of the Soldiers' Monument in 

Concord, Mass. 
Concord: Printed by Benjamin Tolman. 1867. i2mo. pp. 75. 

Ceremonies at the dedication of the Soldiers' Monument, in 

Newton, Mass. 
Boston: S. Chison, Franklin Printing House. 1864. i2mo. pp.48. 

Ceremonies at the dedication of the Soldiers' Monument in 

West Roxbury, Mass., September 14, 1871. 
Boston. 1871. i2mo. pp. — 

Ceremonies at the unveiling of the South Carolina Monument 
on the Chickamauga Battlefield, May 27, 1901, together 
with a Record of the Commission Who Suggested and 
Were Instrumental in Securing and Erecting the Monu- 
ment, etc. 

n. d. n. p. 8vo. pp. 50. 

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Ceremonies connected with the inauguration of the mausoleum 
and the unveiling of the recumbent figure of General 
Robert Edward Lee at Washington and Lee University, 
Lexington, Va., June 28, 1883, oration of John W. Daniel, 
LL. D. Historical Sketch of the Lee Memorial Association. 

Richmond, Va. : West, Johnston & Co. 1883. 8vo. pp.83. 

Rare portrait of Gen. Lee inserted. 

Ceremonies connected with the inauguration of the mausoleum 
and the unveiling of the recumbent figure of General 
Robert Edward Lee, at Washington and Lee University, 
Lexington, Va., June 28, 1883. Oration of John W. 
Daniel, LL. D. Historical Sketch of the Lee Memorial 
Association. 

Lynchburg, Va.: J. P. Bell & Co., Printers. 1883. 8vo. pp. 83. 

Autograph letter of Major Daniel and rare portrait of Gen. Lee inserted. 

Ceremonies in Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary 
of the Birth of Robert E. Lee, under the auspices of the 
Confederate Organizations of New Orleans. 

J. G. Hauser, "The Legal Printer." 1907. 8vo. pp. 8. (1). 

Ceremonies of the Dedication of the Monument of the Second 
Pennsylvania Cavalry (Fifty-ninth Regiment), on the 
Battlefield of Gettysburg, on Pennsylvania Day, Septem- 
ber 11, 1889. 

Williamsport, Pa. : Gazette and Bulletin Printing House. 1890. 8vo. pp.15. 

Ceremonies of the Inauguration of the Statue to Stonewall 
Jackson at Richmond, Va., October 26, 1875. 

1. Complete newspaper account from all the daily papers of Rich- 
mond, pp. 96. (Mounted.) 

2. Address of Gov. Kemper and oration by the Rev. M. Hoge, D. D. 

PP- 23- 
8vo. Printed Title page and unique collection. 

Ceremonies of the Unveiling of the Equestrian Statues of Major- 
General George Gordon Meade and Major-General 
Winfield Scott Hancock at Gettysburg, Pa., June 5, 1896. 
Collected by John P. Nicholson. 

4to. pp. (184). 

(Unique. Contains newspaper accounts, Programmes, Photographs, etc.) 

Ceremonies incident to the unveiling of the Bronze Equestrian 
Statue of General Ulysses S. Grant erected in Fairmount 
Park by the Fairmount Park Art Association of Phila- 
delphia, Grant Day, Thursday, April 27, 1899. 

Philadelphia: Printed by J. B. Lippincott Company. 1899. Ry..8vo. pp. 97. 

193 



Ceremony of Flag Presentation to Columbia University of the 
City of New York, May 2, 1896, and May 7, 1898, by 
Lafayette Post, No. 140, Department of New York, 
Grand Army of the Republic. 

n. p. Privately printed by Lafayette Post. 1899. Ry. 8vo. pp. 121. 

Certificates of Discharge to Missouri Home Guards. Report 

from the Committee on Military Affairs. 
49th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Report No. 23. January 12, 1886. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Chaplain Fuller. Being a life sketch of a New England Clergy- 
man and Army Chaplain. 
Boston. 1864. i2mo. pp. — 

Chaplains in the Army. Letter from the Secretary of War. 
March 21, 1862. 

House of Representatives, 37th Congress, 2d Session, Ex. Document No. 84. 
8vo. pp. 10. 

Charles Stokes & Co.'s Illustrated Almanac of Fashion. 1864. 

Philadelphia. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Uniforms of the Army and Navy in Color, with other war matter. 

Charles Whittlesey from the "Representative men of 

Cleveland." 1869. 
n. p. 8vo. pp. 4-8. "For private circulation only." 

Charleston Harbor. Reports of the Military Engineers of the 
Engagement of the Enemy's Iron Clad Fleet with the 
Forts and Batteries commanding the outer harbor of 
Charleston, on the 7th of April, 1863. 

Charleston. 1863. i2mo. 

Charleston (the), S. C, Mercury Extra, Dec. 20th, 1861, 
announcing the passage of the Ordinance of Secession. 
"The Union is dissolved. " 

Charleston, S. C. Dec. 20th, 1 861. Royal 4to. Original Broadside. 

Charter and Proceedings of the Board of Commissioners of 
the Soldiers' National Cemetery Association. Incorporated 
by the State of Pennsylvania. 

Providence: Knowles, Anthony & Co., Printers. 1864. 8vo. pp. 20. 

Chattanooga Number, New York News Letter. Nov.-Dec, 1903. 

n. p. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 32. 

194 



Chattanooga- Rossville Campaign. Organization of the United 
States Forces (Commanded by Major-General U. S. 
Grant) in the Chattanooga-Rossville Campaign, November 
23-27, 1863, and Return of Casualties. 

Washington, D. C: Adjutant-General's Office. 1887. 8vo. pp. 28. 

50 copies printed. 

Chattanooga to Savannah. A Series of Maps showing each 
day's march of the Second Division, 20th Army Corps, in 
the Campaign from Atlanta to Savannah, Ga. 

4to. 21 maps. (Originals on tracing paper.) 

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park 
Commission: Battle of Chickamauga, Ga., September 
19-20, 1863. Organization of the Army of the Cumber- 
land (Commanded by Maj.-Gen. W. D. Rosecrans) and of 
the Army of Tennessee (Commanded by General Braxton 
Bragg). 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1893. 8vo. pp. 35 (1). 

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park. 

Folio Map Published by the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway. 
8vo. folded. 

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park Commission. 
Legislation, Congressional and State, pertaining to the 
establishment of the Park. Regulations, Original and 
Amended, Governing the erection of Monuments, Markers, 
and Other Memorials. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1897. 8vo. pp. 28. 

Chickamauga and Chattanooga. Annual Report of the 
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park 
Commission to the Secretary of War. 



1899. pp- 319-325. 


1904. pp. 1-7. 


1909. 


pp. 7. 


1900. pp. 173-199- 


1905. pp. 1-6. 


1910. 


pp. 6. 


1901. pp. 1-23. 


1906. pp. 1-6. 


1911. 


PP- 5- 


1902. pp. 1-6. 


1907. pp. 7. 


1912. 


pp. 7. 


1903. pp. 5-10. 


1908. pp. 8. 


1913. 


pp. 8. 


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Chickamauga and Chattanooga Park. Report from the 
Joint Committee to Represent Congress at the dedication. 

54th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Report No. 637. April 7, 1896. 
8vo. pp. 13. 

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Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park 
Commission. The Campaign for Chattanooga. Historical 
Sketch descriptive of the model in relief of the region about 
Chattanooga, and of the Battles Illustrated thereon. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1902. 8vo. pp. 47. 

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park 
Commission. The Campaign for Chattanooga. The 
Theatre of Movements and the Battlefields, as seen from 
the Point of Lookout Mountain. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1902. 8vo. pp. 9. 

Chickamauga Memorial Association. Proceedings at 
Chattanooga, Tenn., and Crawfish Springs, Ga., September 
19 and 20, 1889. 

Published by the Chattanooga Army of Cumberland Reunion Entertainment 

Committee. 8vo. pp. 42 (1). 

Chickamauga National Park. The Railway Critic. December, 

1903. 
8vo. pp. 321-350. 

Chickamauga. 

The Review of Reviews. September, 1895. pp. 325-328. 

Chickamauga Campaign. Official Reports, Orders, Corre- 
spondence and Telegrams. (Preliminary Print. One 
Hundred copies printed.) 

Washington, D. C: War Department. War Records Office. 1889. 

8vo. Vol. I. pp. 1053 (5). Vol. II. pp. 818 (7). Only copy uncut of edition. 

100 copies printed. 

Chickamauga Battlefield. Report from Committee on 

Military Affairs. 
51st Congress, 1st Session. Report 643. March 5, 1890. 8vo. pp.5. 

Chickamauga. Sept. 19 and 20, 1863, First Day. Sept. 19 and 

20, 1863, Second Day. 
(Washington, D. C. 1891.) Maps. Sheets 1-8. Folio. 

Chickamauga. Correspondence and Orders. September 18 to 

23, 1863. Union. 
(Washington. War Records Office. 1884.) 8vo. pp. 76. 50 copies printed. 

Chauncy Hall School. Roll of former members of Chauncy 
Hall School, who served in the Army or Navy of the 
United States during the War for the Suppression of the 
Rebellion. 

Boston: Printed by D. Clapp & Son. 1866. i6mo. pp. 22. 

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Christmas Entertainment of the 28th Regiment, Penna. Vols. 

(Col. John W. Geary,) at Camp Goodman, Point of 

Rocks, Md. 
Philadelphia: Harbach & Bro., Printers. (1861) 4to. pp. (4). 

Chronicle of the Union League of Philadelphia 1862 to 1902. 

Illustrated. 
Philadelphia. 1902. 8vo. pp. 571. 

Chronological List of Battles, Engagements, etc., during 
the Rebellion, 1860-1865, with the designation of troops 
engaged, compiled from the records of the Adjutant- 
General's Office. 

Washington: Adjutant General's Printing Office. 1875. 8vo. pp. 136. 

(10 copies printed and publication suspended with the operations of Jan. 3, 

1863.) 

Chronological Summary of Engagements and Battles. 
(Washington. War Department. 1880.) 4to. pp. XXXIV. 155. 
50 copies printed on fine paper and interleaved for the use of War Department. 

Chronological Summary of Engagements and Battles with 
maps from the Medical and Surgical history of the War 
of the Rebellion. 1861-65. 

Philadelphia. 1880. 4to. pp. 33-!55- (Maps 16.) 

Chronology of the Great Rebellion, and War Map, Showing 

the localities of all the Battlefields. 
Cincinnati, O.: Charles Tuttle, Publisher. 32mo. pp. 72 and Map. 

Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army and Navy Officers. 

1. Account of the 6th Annual Meeting Jan. 13, 1881. Daily Inquirer. 
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2. Resolutions and proceedings upon the death of Gen. Garfield. 

3. Annual Report Cincinnati Society Ex-Army Officers. 

4. Account of the 7th Annual Meeting, Jan. 12, 1882. The Com- 
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fare, etc. 

5. Second Annual Report of the Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army and 
Navy Officers. Cincinnati. 1882. 8vo. pp. 23. 

6. Report of the proceedings and speeches of the Seventh Annual 
Reunion and Supper of the Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army and 
Navy Officers, held at the Burnet House, January 12, 1882. 
Cincinnati. 1883. 8vo. pp. 49. 

7. Miscellaneous papers to 1884. 
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197 



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1864, 1865. 
Washington. Adjutant-General's Office. 1870. i2mo. pp. XV. 1-245. 

Circular on Mustering Service. No. 1. Jan. 1, 1864. No. 87. 
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Philadelphia. 1863. pp. 26. 

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3. Third Annual Report. Philadelphia. 1866. pp. 20. 
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the Century Co., New York. 1905. 
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Claims of States for Expenses in Defense of United States. 
53d Congress, 3d Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 181 1. 
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Clarimonde. A tale of New Orleans life and of the present 
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Cleveland Official Souvenir of the Thirty-fifth National 

Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic. 
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States Infantry, and Adopted by the Regiment Novenber 
13. I9<>3- 

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Col. Alexander Biddle 18 19-1899. Memorial Services in 

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198 



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1. Services at the laying of the cornerstone of the Memorial Hall of 
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same, August 10, 1869. Waterville. 1869. pp. 53. 

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199 



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Boston, Mass.: Especially Arranged in Compliment to The Grand Army of 

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1904.) 46mo. pp. (20). 

Coming Up at Shiloh. 

Continental Monthly. Oct., 1864. pp. 399-408. 

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Communication from the Governor of North Carolina in 
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(Raleigh, N. C. 1861.) Document No. 12. 2nd Ex. Ses. 1861. 8vo. pp. 13. 

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(Washington. Adjt. Gen. Office. 1886.) 8vo. pp. 4. 50 copies printed. 

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Compiler Scrap Book, Gettysburg, Pa. 

Vol. I. No. I. pp. 32 (1). Vol. I. No. 2. pp. 33-64 (1). 8vo. 

Comprehensive Sketch of the Battle of Manassas or 
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Washington, D. C. : Published by the Manassas Panorama Co. 1886. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Comprehensive Sketch of the Battle of Manassas or 
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Washington, D. C. : Published by the Manassas Panorama Co. 1886. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Complete Roster of the Eighth Regiment New Hampshire 

Volunteers, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 106. 

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Plain Home Told Facts for the Young Men and Working 

Men of the United States. Illustrated, 
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Conduct of the War. Report of the Joint Committee on the 
Conduct of the War. In three parts: Part 1. Army of the 
Potomac, pp. 756. Part 2. Bull Run — Ball's Bluff, pp. 
512. Part 3. Western Department or Missouri — Miscel- 
laneous, pp. 659. Washington. 1863. At the Second 
Session, Thirty-eighth Congress. 

1. Journal pp. LXXVI II. Army of the Potomac, pp.524. Battle 
Petersburg and Index pp. 249. 

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of Major-General E. A. Hitchcock, pp. 12. Report of Major- 
General P. H. Sheridan, pp. 77. Report of Brigadier-General 
James B. Ricketts. pp. 7. Communication of Norman Wiard. 
pp. 32. Washington. 1866. Massacre at Fort Pillow, pp. 128. 
Returned prisoners, pp. 34. 
Washington, D. C. 1864-1866. 9 Vols. 8vo. 

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Confederate Memorial Addresses, Monday, May n, 1885, 

New Bern, N. C. Ladies Memorial Association. 
Richmond, Va. : Whittet & Shepperson. 1886. 8vo. pp.52. 

Confederate Memorial Day at Charleston, S. C. Re-interment 
of the Carolina Dead from Gettysburg. Address of 
Rev. Dr. Gerardeau, Odes, etc. 

Charleston. 1871. 8vo. pp. — 

Confederate Monuments on National Property. Protest 
from Veterans Who Fought for the Preservation of Our 
Country as a United Nation. 

Flushing, N. Y. : Flushing Daily Times Print. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Confederate Note Album for a complete collection (with 
descriptive letter-press) (by Raphael P. Thain) of the 
various designs for Face and Back selected by the Con- 
federate Treasury authorities for the Currency of the 
Confederate States of America. 1861-1865. 

(Washington, D. C. 1876.) Oblong 4to. Letter press pp. 45. Notes pp. 88. 

(Privately printed.) (25 copies.) 

(The specimens of notes contain all the rare ones and in good condition.) 

Confederate Postage Stamps. A collection of the Postage 

Stamps of the Confederate States. 
Sm. 4to. pp. (8). 

(Contains some of the rare specimens neatly mounted. Will M. Clemens's 
article on Confederate postage stamps bound in from Lippincott's Magazine. 
Aug., 1884.) 

Confederate Reports of Battles, during the War of the 
Rebellion, i860- 1865. 

1. Adjt. -General's Printing Office. 1876. pp. XI. (1) 1-642. 

2. n. d. pp. XIV. 1-567 (1). 

3. War Records Publication Office. 1878. pp. XIII. 1-804. 

4. War Records Publication Office. 1880. pp. XXIV. 1-702. 

5. n. d. pp. 1-1066. 

6. War Records Publication Office. 1881. 

7. War Records Publication Office. 1882. 

8. War Records Publication Office. 1882. 



pp. XXXVIII. 1-636. 
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pp. XXXVIII. 1-454. 



n. d. pp. 1-470. 15. n. d. pp. 1-366. 

n. d. pp. 1-705. 16. n. d. pp. 1-564. 

n. d. pp. 1-492. 17. n. d. pp. 1-350. 

n. d. pp. 1-311. 18. n. d. pp. 1-789. 

n. d. pp. 1-919. 19- n. d. pp. I-I37- 

n. d. pp. 1-248. 20. n. d. pp. 1-139. 

Washington, D. C. 8vo. Unique set of the preliminary print. 
20 Volumes in 17. Contains the notes and references of all the Editors engaged 
in the General Series of the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion. 



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Confederate Sketches. 



Johnny Reb at Play. Nov., 1878. pp. 33-37. 
With Stonewall Jackson. Dec, 1878. pp. 220-233. 
Fortunes and Misfortunes of Co. C. pp. 528-536. 
The Cook of the Confederate Army. pp. 560-568. 
A Boy in Gray. Sept., 1881. pp. 541-600. 



Scribner's Magazine. 

Confederate Souvenir 1862. 

Atlanta, Ga.: Published by Harry Krouse and D. C. Black. i2mo. pp.96. 

Confederate State Almanac for the year of our Lord 1864, 
being bissextile, or leap year, and the 4th year of the 
Independence of the Confederate States of America. 

Mobile, Ala.: S. H. Goetzel. 1863. i6mo. pp.20. 

(Contains "items of Southern History," battles, government, etc.) 



Confederate Survivors Association, Augusta, Georgia. 

Constitution of the Confederate Survivors Association, Augusta, 
Ga. 1878. 48mo. pp. 10. 

First Annual Meeting, Memorial Day, April 26, 1879. Address 
delivered by Col. Chas. C. Jones, Jr. Augusta, Ga. 1879. 
8vo. pp. 8. 

Second Annual Meeting, April 26, 1880. Address delivered by 
Col. Chas. C. Jones, Jr. Augusta, Ga. 1880. 8vo. pp. 9. 
Third Annual Meeting, April 26, 1881. Address delivered by 
Col. Chas. C. Jones, Jr. Augusta, Ga. 1881. 8vo. pp. II. 
Fourth Annual Meeting, April 26, 1882. Address delivered by 
Col. Chas. C. Jones, Jr. Augusta, Ga. 1882. 8vo. pp. — 
Fifth Annual Meeting, April 26, 1883. Address delivered by 
Col. Chas. C. Jones, Jr. Augusta, Ga. 1883. 8vo. pp. 15. 
Sixth Annual Meeting, April 26, 1884. Address delivered by 
Col. Chas. C. Jones, Jr. Augusta, Ga. 1884. 8vo. pp. 19. 
Autograph letter of Col. Jones, Jr. 

8. Seventh Annual Meeting, April 27, 1885. Address delivered by 
Col. Chas. C. Jones, Jr. (The Battle of Honey Hill.) Augusta, 
Ga. 1885. 8vo. pp. 16. 

9. Eighth Annual Meeting, April 26, 1886. Address delivered by 
Col. Chas. C. Jones, Jr., LL. D. (Brigadier-General Robert 
Toombs.) Augusta, Ga. pp. 17. 

10. Ninth Annual Reunion, Memorial Day, April 26, 1887. Address 
delivered by John B. Gordon. Address delivered by Col. Chas. 
C. Jones (The Old South.) Augusta, Ga. pp. 23. 

11. Quarterly Meeting, Aug. 2, 1887. Address by Col. Chas. C. 
Jones, Jr. (Hon. R. M. T. Hunter.) Augusta, Ga. 1887. pp. 9. 



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12. Tenth Annual Reunion, Memorial Day, April 26, 1888. Address 
delivered by Col. Chas. C. Jones, Jr., LL. D. (The Evacuation 
of Battery Wagner and the Battle of Ocean Pond.) Augusta, 
Ga. 1888. pp. 20. 

13. Eleventh Annual Reunion, April 26, 1889. Address delivered by 
Col. Chas. C. Jones, Jr., LL. D. (Georgians during the War 
between the States.) Augusta. 1889. pp. 34 (1). 

14. Twelfth Annual Reunion, April 26, 1890. Funeral Oration in 
honor of President Jefferson Davis, by Col. Chas. C. Jones, Jr. 
Augusta, Ga. 1889. pp. 18. Address by Col. Chas. C. Jones, 
Jr. (The Siege and Evacuation of Savannah, Georgia, in December, 
1864.) Augusta. 1890. pp. 30 (1). 

15. Thirteenth Annual Reunion, April 27, 1891. Address delivered 
by Col. Chas. C. Jones. (Sons of Confederate Veterans.) Augusta. 
1891. pp. 9 (1). Fourteenth Annual Reunion, April 26, 1892. 
Address by Col. C. C. Jones, Jr. (Defense of Battery Wagner, 
July 18, 1863.) Augusta, Ga. 1892. pp. 30 (1). 

16. Fifteenth Annual Reunion, April 26, 1893. Address by Col. 
Chas. C. Jones, Jr. (Military Operations in Georgia during the 
War between the States.) Chickamauga, by Col. Joseph B. 
Cummings. Augusta, Ga. 1893. pp. 32. 

17. Sixteenth Annual Reunion, April 26, 1894. In Memoriam, Col. 
Chas. C. Jones, Jr., LL. D. 8vo. pp. 13. Memorial Resolution 
introduced by Colonel Jos. B. Cumming. Augusta, Ga. 1894. 
pp. 20. Address delivered before the Confederate Survivors 
Association, April 26, 1895. Augusta, Ga. pp. 34. 

18. Eighteenth Annual Reunion, Memorial Day, April 27, 1896. 
Address delivered by Captain F. Edgeworth Eve. Augusta, Ga. 

PP- 37- 

19. Nineteenth Annual Reunion, Memorial Day, April 26, 1897. 
Report submitted by Charles Edgeworth Jones. Augusta, Ga. 
pp. 12. 

20. Eighth Annual Report as submitted in Richmond Co. Court 
House, to Camp 435, U. C. V., on Memorial Day, April 26, 1901, 
by Charles Edgeworth Jones. Remarks of Dr. De Saussure Ford. 
Address of Mr. Odwell R. Eve. Presentation Speech of Mr. 
C. P. Pressley, and Oration at the Soldiers Section by G. R. 
Coffin, Esq. pp. 16. 

21. Ninth Annual Report as submitted in Richmond Co. Court House, 

to Camp 435, U. S. V. of Augusta, Georgia, on Memorial Day, 
April 26, 1902, by Chas. Edgeworth Jones, Historian of the 
Association, pp. — 

22. Tenth Annual Report not printed. 

23. Eleventh Annual Report not printed. 

24. Twelfth Annual Report as submitted in Richmond Co. Court 
House, to Camp 435, U. C. V., of Augusta, Georgia, on Memorial 
Day, April 26, 1905, by Chas. Edgeworth Jones, Historian of the 
Association, pp. 8. 

25. Thirteenth Annual Report not printed. 
18 Vols. Autograph letters, etc., inserted. 

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Confederate Veteran, Nashville, Tennessee. Complete from 
January, 1899, to December, 1913. Volumes VII to XXI 
inclusive. 

Nashville, Tenn. Sm. 4to. 15 Vols. 

Confederate Vivandiere, The; or the Battle of Leesburg, a 
Military drama, in three acts, as performed at the 
Montgomery (Alabama) Theatre, by an amateur company, 
for the benefit of the First Regiment of Alabama Cavalry. 

n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. — 

Confederate War Etchings. Index and 29 Plates. 
(Philadelphia. 1884.) (Porter & Coates.) 
In portfolio — 100 Sets printed. (No. 5.) 

Connecticut. The Fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 

Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1 861 -1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 37. 

Connecticut. The Sixth Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 

Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 33. 

Connecticut. The Seventh Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 

Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 37. 

Connecticut. The Eighth Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 

Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 31. 

Connecticut. The Ninth Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 

Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 35. 

Connecticut. The Tenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 

Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 37. 

Connecticut. Official. The Eleventh Regiment Connecticut 
Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. — . 

Connecticut. Official. The Twelfth Regiment Connecticut 
Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1 861-1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 39. 

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Connecticut. The Thirteenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 

Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1 861-1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 39. 

Connecticut. The Fourteenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 

Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1862-1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 38. 

Connecticut. The Fifteenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 

Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1862-1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4*0. pp. 30. 

Connecticut. The Sixteenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 

Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1862- 1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4*0. pp. 23. 

Connecticut. The Seventeenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 

Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1862- 1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 25. 

Connecticut. Official. The Eighteenth Regiment Connecticut 
Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1862-1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 25. 

Connecticut. Official. The Twentieth Regiment Connecticut 
Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1862-1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 27. 

Connecticut. The Twenty-first Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 

• Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion, 1 862-1 865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 22. 

Connecticut. The Twenty-second Regiment Connecticut 

Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 18. 

Connecticut. The Twenty-third Regiment Connecticut 

Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 17. 

Connecticut. Official. The Twenty-fourth Regiment Connecticut 

Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 16. 

Connecticut. The Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut 

Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 17. 

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Connecticut. The Twenty-sixth Regiment Connecticut 

Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 18. 

Connecticut. The Twenty-seventh Regiment Connecticut 

Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 20. 

Connecticut. Official.The Twenty-eighth Regiment Connecticut 

Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4*0. pp. 14. 

Connecticut. The Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth Regiments 
Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the 
Rebellion. 

Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 33. 

Connecticut. The First Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 
Heavy Artillery, in the War of the Rebellion, 1 861 -1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 57. 

Connecticut. The Second Regiment Connecticut Volunteer 
Heavy Artillery, in the War of the Rebellion, 1862- 1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 47. 

Connecticut. The Light Batteries Connecticut Volunteers, in 

the War of the Rebellion, 1 861 -1865. 
Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 18. 

Connecticut. Catalogue of Connecticut Volunteers. 

1. Catalogue of the 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th Regiments Connecticut 
Volunteers, 1861. pp. 117. 1861. 

2. 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, and nth Regiments of Infantry, First 
Light Battery, and First Battalion of Cavalry. Connecticut 
Volunteers, 1861. pp. 143. 1862. 

3. 1 2th and 13th Regiments, Connecticut Volunteers, 1862. pp. 45. 
1862. 

4. Catalogue of the 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st 
Regiments and the Second Light Battery Connecticut Volunteers 
for Three years; and the 22d, 23d, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, and 
28th Regiments Connecticut Volunteers for nine months. Com- 
piled from Records in the Adjutant-General's Office, 1862. 
Joseph D. Williams, Adjutant-General, pp. 327. 1862. 

Hartford: Press of Case, Lockwood & Company. 4 Vols. 8vo. 

207 



Connecticut. The Connecticut Cavalry Volunteers in the War 
of the Rebellion, 1 861-1865, containing the history and 
complete roster of the First Squadron and of the first 
regiment C. C. V., together with the full military record 
of every man in either of these Commands, as given on its 
muster rolls, and in other Documents in the Adjutant- 
General's Office at Hartford and in the War Department 
at Washington. Reprinted by permission of the Adjutant- 
General from the record of Connecticut men in the Army 
and Navy in the War of the Rebellion 1 861 -1865. 

Hartford, Conn. 1889. 4to. pp. 47. 11. 



Connecticut. Annual Report of the Adjutant-General of the 
State of Connecticut. 



For the year 1861. Hartford. 1862. pp. 115. 



2. For the year ending March 31, 1863. New Haven. 1863. 
PP- 332. 

3. For the year ending March 31, 1864. Hartford. 1864. pp. 356. 

4. For the year ending March 31, 1865. New Haven. 1865. pp. 494. 

5. For the year ending March 31, 1866. Hartford. 1866. pp. 275. 

6. For the year ending March 31, 1867. Hartford. 1867. pp. 69. 

7. For the year ending March 31, 1868. Hartford. 1868. pp. 58. 

8. For the year ending March 31, 1869. New Haven. 1869. pp. 58 (1). 

9. For the year ending March 31, 1870. New Haven. 1870. pp.115. 
8vo. 5 Vols. 

Autograph letter of Adjutant-General S. J. Fox in relation to this complete set. 

Connecticut. The Connecticut War Records. 

Vol. I. pp. 242. August, 1863,-July, 1865. 12 Nos. 
Vol. II. pp. 510. August, 1864,-July, 1865. 12 Nos. 
New Haven, Conn. 4to. 2 Vols. 



Connecticut. 






1. Roll of Honor. 


(Adjt.-Gen. Report. 


1870.) pp. 51-155 


2. Roll of Honor. 


(Adjt.-Gen. Report. 


1871.) pp. 51-55. 


New Haven, Conn. 8vo. 







Consolidated Statement of Prisoners of War captured and 
paroled, and of prisoners of War captured and sent North 
by the Army of the Tennessee (Major-General U. S. 
Grant Commanding) during the month of July, 1863. 

Washington. War Records Office. 1885. 8vo. pp. 3. 50 copies printed. 

208 



Constitution and By-Laws for the United Confederate 
Veterans, prepared by the Committee on Constitution and 
By-Laws, appointed at the Third Annual Meeting of the 
Organization, held in New Orleans, April, 1892. Sessions 
of Committee held in New Orleans, February 13th, 14th 
and 15th, 1892, and adopted at Houston, Texas, May 23d, 
*895. J. B. Gordon, General Commanding. Geo. Moorman, 
Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Constitution and By-Laws of the Cincinnati Society of Ex- 
Army and Navy Officers. 
Cincinnati: Published for the Society. 1878. 32mo. pp.10. 

Constitution and By-Laws of the Medal of Honor Legion. A 
Military and Naval Order of the United States of America. 
Washington, D. C: Beresford, Printer. 1893. i2mo. pp. 23. 

Constitution and By-Laws of the New Jersey Union Officers 
Association. The Annual Meetings are held at Trenton, 
N. J., on the 9th of April of each year. 

Trenton, N.J. : Murphy &Bechtel, Book and Job Printers. 1875. 48mo. pp.16. 

Constitution and By-Laws of the Society of the Sixth Army 

Corps together with its Organization. 1869. 
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Constitution and By-Laws of the 6th O. V. I. Benevolent 
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New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1898. 8vo. pp. 296. 

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Daniel, John Warwick. — The Campaign and Battles of 
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1893- 

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carte de la Guerre par Louis Daniel. 

Paris: Jules Vaerackece, Librairie Editeur. 1862. 8vo. pp. 156. 

Daniel, Raleigh T. — Lee, Fitzhugh. — The Unveiling of 
the Monument to the Confederate Dead of Alexan- 
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Fitzhugh Lee, May 24, 1889. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 35. 

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Darling, Flora Adams. — Darling's Letters, or Memories 

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New York: John W. Lovell Company. (1883.) i6mo. pp. II. 226. 

Darling, Jasper T. — Address Under Which Flag. Delivered 
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n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 21 (1). First Edition. 

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Chicago: Press of Libby & Sherwood Printing Co. l2mo. pp. 16. 

Darling, Jasper T. — Lee in Hall of Fame. Address delivered 
by Jasper T. Darling, Memorial Hall, Chicago, January 
1, 1910. 

Chicago: Press of Libby & Sherwood Printing Co. n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 16 (1). 

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Darling, Jasper T. — Praise or Passion? Wirz Monument. 
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May 13, 1909, at Andersonville, Georgia. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Darling, Jasper T. — The Heart of Hope. 

n. p. Copyrighted by Jasper T. Darling. 1909. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Dauchy, George Kellogg. — The Battle of Ream's Station. 
Paper read by George K. Dauchy, late Lieutenant Com- 
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before the Commandery of the State of Illinois, Military 
Order of the Loyal Legion, May 8, 1890. Reprinted from 
Volume III. Military Essays and Recollections: Being 
papers read before the Commandery of the State of 
Illinois, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United 
States. 

Chicago: The Dial Press. 1899. 8vo. pp. 125-140. 

Davenport, Alfred. — Camp and Field Life of the Fifth New 
York Volunteer Infantry (Duryee Zouaves). By Alfred 
Davenport. 

New York: Dick & Fitzgerald. 1879. i2mo. pp. 485. 

Davenport, Edwin A. — History of the Ninth Regiment 
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of the Historical Committee of the Regiment. 

Chicago: Edited by Edward A. Davenport. 1888. 8vo. pp. XII. 490. (Errata.) 

Davey, George W. — Sketch of the nth New York Battery. 

(Havelock.) 
Ms. 1876. i2mo. pp.14. Autograph letter of Major Davey. 

216 



Davidson, H. M. — History of Battery A. First Regiment of 
Ohio Vol. Light Artillery. 

Milwaukee: Daily Wisconsin Steam Printing House. 1865. 
i2mo. pp. VII. -199. 

Davidson, Nora Fontaine M. — Cullings from the Con- 
federacy. A Collection of Southern Poems, original and 
others, popular during the War between the States, and 
incidents and facts worth recalling, 1862- 1866, including 
the Doggerel of the Camp, as well as Tender Tribute to 
the Dead. Compiled by Nora Fontaine M. Davidson, 
Petersburg, Va. 

Washington, D. C: The Rufus H. Darby Printing Co. 1903. 
8vo. pp. 163. 

Davies, Henry Eugene. — Great Commanders: General 
Sheridan. By General Henry E. Davies, with Portrait 
and Maps. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1895. i2mo. pp. VIII. (1) 1-332. 

Davis, Charles E. — Three Years in the Army. The Story of 
the Thirteenth Massachusetts Volunteers from July 16, 
1 861, to August, 1864. By Charles E. Davis, Jr. 

Boston: Estes & Lauriat. 1894. 8vo. pp. XXXV. 1-476. 

Davis, George Breckenridge. — The Military Laws of the 
United States. Prepared under the direction of the 
Honorable Elihu Root, Secretary of War, by Brigadier- 
General George B. Davis, Judge- Advocate General, 
United States Army. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1901. 8vo. pp. 1152. Fourth 
Edition. 

Davis, Gherardi. — The Colors of the United States Army 
1 789-1912. By Gherardi Davis. 

New York: Privately printed at the Gilliss Press. 1912. 4to. pp. XVI. 1-80. 
100 copies printed. 

Davis, J. McCan. — Abraham Lincoln : His Book. A Facsimile 
Reproduction of the Original with an Explanatory Note. 
By J. McCan Davis. 

New York: McClure, Phillips & Co. 1901. 48mo. pp. (29) (11) (4). 

217 



Davis, Jefferson. — Inaugural Address and Messages. 

i. Inaugural Address of President Davis delivered at the Capitol, 
Monday, February 18, 1861, at 10 o'clock P. M. pp. 8. 

2. Message of President Davis to the Congress of the Confederate 
States of America. Richmond, July 20, 1861. 

3. President's Messages to the Congress of the Confederate States. 
Richmond, November 18, 1 861. pp. 8. 

4. Message of the President to the Senate and House of Repre- 
sentatives of the Confederate States, pp. 4. 

5. Message of the President to the Senate and House of Repre- 
sentatives of the Confederate States. Richmond, January 12, 
1863. pp. 16. 

6. President's Message to the Senate and House of Representatives 
of the Confederate States. Richmond, December 7, 1863. 
pp. 29. 

8vo. 6 Vols. 

Davis, Jefferson. — Evidence Submitted to the Committee 
of Claims by the claimants for the reward for the capture 
of Jefferson Davis. 

Washington. 1867. Mis. Document No. 82. 8vo. pp. 27. 

Gen. Palmer's report of the pursuit inserted. 

Davis, Jefferson. — Andersonville and Other War-Prisons. By 

Jefferson Davis. 
New York: Belford Company, Publishers. (1890.) 8vo. pp. (37). 

Davis, Jefferson. — A Short History of the Confederate 

States of America. By Jefferson Davis. 
(Motto.) New York: Belford Company, Publishers. 1890. 
8vo. pp. XII. 1-505. 

Davis, Jefferson — Johnston, Joseph Eccleston. — Corre- 
spondence between the President and General Joseph E. 
Johnston together with that of the Secretary of War and 
the Adjutant and Inspector-General, during the months 
of May, June and July, 1863. 

Richmond: R. M. Smith. 1864. 8vo. pp. 64. 

Published by order of Congress. 

Davis, Jefferson. — Message transmitting communication from 
Secretary of War in regard to the disasters at Forts Henry 
and Donelson, etc. 

(Richmond, Va.) April 1st, 1862. 8vo. pp. 40. 

218 



Davis, Jefferson. — Message of the President transmitting 
report of the Secretary of War and correspondence between 
Robt. Ould, Gen. Lee and Gen. Grant, "for the relief of 
Soldiers who are prisoners of War in the hands of the 
enemy." 

Dec. 6, 1864. House of Representatives. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Davis, Jefferson. — President's Message and Accompanying 

Documents. ("On outrages of the enemy.") 
(Richmond, Va. Aug. 15, 1862.) 8vo. pp. 12 (1). 

Davis, Jefferson. — Message of the President, Richmond, 
Va., January 18, 1864. (Relates to damages by encamp- 
ments of troops.) 

(Richmond, Va. 1864.) 8vo. pp. 4. 

Davis, JefEerson. — Message of the President to the House 

of Representatives: Richmond, Va., Jan. 18, 1864. 
(Richmond, Va. 1864.) 8vo. pp. 4. 

Davis, Jefferson. — Message transmitting List of Appointments 
made from the ranks, for the exhibition of distinguished 
valor and skill in the field, and who have taken the posi- 
tions to which they have been respectively appointed. 

Richmond, Va. Jan. 13, 1864. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Davis, Jefferson. — Message Dec. 7, 1863. 

(Richmond, Va. 1864.) 8vo. pp. 29. 

Davis, Jefferson. — Message of Jefferson Davis and commun- 
ication from the Secretary of War, James S. Seddon, 
transmitting papers, report, etc., relating to the trial of 
W. E. Coffman by order of Gen. Imboden. 

(Richmond, Va. Feb. 11, 1864.) 8vo. pp. 10. 

Davis, Jefferson. — (Message relating to the payment of 

Assessments of damages by officers in the field.) 
(Richmond, Va. 1864.) 8vo. pp. 4. 

Davis, Jefferson. — Robert Edward Lee. By Jefferson Davis. 
New York: North American Review. January, 1890. pp. 55-56. 

Davis, Jefferson. — The Rise and Fall of the Confederate 
Government. By Jefferson Davis. 

London: Longmans, Green & Co. 1881. 

8vo. Vol. I. pp. XXI. 1-707. Vol. II. pp. XVII. 1-808. 

An autograph lead pencil note from Mrs. Davis to the Officer commanding at 

Fort Monroe, inserted. 

219 



Davis, Nicholas A. — The Campaign from Texas to Maryland 

by (the) Chaplain Fourth Texas Reg. C. S. A. 
Richmond. 1863. l2mo. pp. 168. 

Davis, O. Wilson. — A Brief Statement of the Services rendered 
his Country by Winfield S. Hancock, Major-General 
U. S. A. Prepared by O. Wilson Davis. 

West Chester, Pennsylvania : Printed and published at the office of the Chester 
County Democrat. 1880. 8vo. pp. 36. Autograph note of Gen. Hancock. 

Davis, O. Wilson. — Sketch of Frederic Fernandez Cavada, 
a native of Cuba, showing partially what one of his friends 
knew of him as a soldier, a gentleman, a poet, a diplomat, 
an author, a patriot, and a victim. Printed for private 
circulation. 

Philadelphia: James B. Chandler. 1871. 8vo. pp. 58. 

Davis, Samuel B. — Escape of a Confederate Officer from 
Prison. What he saw at Andersonville. How he was 
sentenced to death and saved by the interposition of 
President Abraham Lincoln. 

Norfolk, Va.: The Landmark Publishing Company. 1892. 
1 2 mo. pp. 72. (Errata slip.) 

Davis, Theodore R. — Grant Under Fire. 

The Cosmopolitan. January, 1893. pp. 333-340. 

Davis, Washington. — Camp Fire Chats of the Civil War; 

being the incident, adventure and wayside exploits of the 
Bivouac and Battlefield, as related by Veteran Soldiers 
themselves, embracing the Tragedy, Romance, Comedy, 
Humor and Pathos in the varied experiences of Army 
life by Washington Davis. Also a history of the Grand 
Army of the Republic from its beginning to the present 
date, including the 20th National Encampment at San 
Francisco, Cal., August, 1886, and other Valuable infor- 
mation by a Comrade. 
Chicago: A. B. Gehman & Co. 1887. i2mo. pp. XIII. -404. 

Davis, William Watts Hart. — Address delivered at the Fifth 
Annual Reunion of the Survivors' Association, 104th Pa. 
Volunteers, at Newtown, Bucks Co., Sept. 20, 1894, by 
W. W. H. Davis. 

Doylestown: The Daily Democrat, September 26, 1894. 8vo. pp. (5). 



Davis, William Watts Hart. — Address: In Memory of William 
Richards Gries, late Chaplain of 104th Regt. Penna. Vols., 
by W. W. H. Davis, late Col. of said Regt., at the unveiling 
of the window at St. Paul's P. E. Church, Doylestown. 
Sunday, Sept. 27, 1884. 

n. p. n. d. i6mo. pp. 9. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Davis, William Watts Hart. — History of the 104TH Penn- 
sylvania Regiment, from August 22, 1 861, to September 
30, 1864. By W. W. H. Davis, late Colonel. 

Philadelphia: Jas. B. Rodgers, Printer. 1866. 8vo. pp. 364. 

Autograph letter of Gen. Davis. 

Davis, William Watts Hart. — History of the Doylestown 
Guards. By William W. H. Davis, Brevet Brigadier- 
General U. S. V., late Captain. 

Doylestown, Pa. 1887. 8vo. pp. 223. XV. 

125 copies printed. Fifteen Illustrations inserted. 

Davis, William Watts Hart. — Remarks at the Reunion of 

Co. A, First New Jersey Cavalry. 
Broadside. (Press of Doylestown Democrat. 1886.) i2mo. pp. — 

Davis, William Watts Hart. — Soldier and Citizen. The 
Military and Civil Record of Gen. W. W. H. Davis, of 
Doylestown, Bucks Co., Pa. Democratic Nominee for 
Congressman-at-large. 1884. 

(Motto.) n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Davis, William Watts Hart. — The Campaign of 1861 in the 
Shenandoah Valley. A paper read before the Commandery 
of the State of Pennsylvania of the Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion of the United States, May 3, 1893, by W. W. 
H. Davis, Captain of the 25th Pa. Regiment, Colonel of 
the 104th Pa. Regiment, Brevet Brigadier-General U. S. V. 

Doylestown, Pa.: Doylestown Publishing Company, Printers. 1893. 

8vo. pp. 18. Autograph letter of Gen. Davis. 

Davis, William Watts Hart. — The Campaign of 1861 in the 
Shenandoah Valley. A paper read before the Commandery 
of the State of Pennsylvania of the Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion of the United States, May 3, 1893, by W. W. 
H. Davis, Captain of the 25th Pa. Regiment, Colonel of 
the 104th Pa. Regiment, Brevet Brigadier-General U. S. V. 

Doylestown, Pa. 1895. 8vo. pp. 18 (1). Second Edition. 

221 



Davis, William Watts Hart. — The Doylestown Guards. 
How the First Company from Bucks County took the 
field on the outbreak of the War. A Record of Patriotism. 

Philadelphia: The Times. September 15, 1895. 8vo. pp. (16). (Mounted.) 

Davis, William Watts Hart. — The Story of a Battle. Read 
before the Bucks County Historical Society, at Doyles- 
town, January 21, 1896. By Gen. W. W. H. Davis. 

The Daily Democrat, January 22, 1896. 8vo. pp. (11). (Mounted.) 

Davison, F. B. — Sketch of the Life of F. B. Davison, M. D., 

West Pittston, Pa. Biography is History, 
n. p. n. d. 48mo. pp. 22. Second Edition. 
Autograph letter of Major Davison. 

Dawes, Ephriam Cutler. — In Memoriam. William Blackford 

Stephenson (Adjt. 53d Ohio Vols.) 
(Cincinnati. 1879.) n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 8. 
Privately printed. Autograph note of Author. 

Dawes, Ephriam Cutler. — (In Memoriam. 1895.) 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 10. Privately printed. 

Dawes, Rufus R. — Service with the Sixth Wisconsin 
Volunteers. By Rufus R. Dawes, Brevet Brigadier- 
General U. S. Volunteers. 

(Motto.) Marietta, O.: E. R. Alderman & Sons. 1890. 8vo. pp. V. 330. 

Dawson, Francis W. — Our Women in the War. An address 
by Capt. Francis W. Dawson delivered February 22, 1887, 
at the Fifth Annual Reunion of the Association of the 
Maryland Line, at the Academy of Music, Baltimore, Md. 
Printed by order of the Association. 

Charleston, S. C: Walker, Evans & Cogswell Company, Printers. 1887. 

8vo. pp. 38. 

Dawson, George Francis. — Life and Services of Gen. John 
A. Logan, as Soldier and Statesman. By George Francis 
Dawson, Ex-Librarian of the United States Senate, 
etc. Published by subscription only. 

(Motto.) Chicago and New York: Belford, Clarke & Company. 1887. 

Ry. 8vo. pp. XX. 1-580. 

Dawson, George Francis. — Life and Services of Gen. John 
A. Logan as Soldier and Statesman. By George Francis 
Dawson, Ex Librarian of the United States Senate. 

(Extract.) Washington, D. C. : The National Tribune. 1884. i2mo. pp.467. 

222 



Dawson, Henry Barton. — Conflicts of the War of Seces- 
sion, i. The Story of Fort Sumter by the Editor 
(Henry B. Dawson). 

The Historical Magazine. Jan., 1872. pp. 34-53. 

Two Autograph notes of Author. 

Dawson, Sarah Morgan. — A Confederate Girl's Diary. By 
Sarah Morgan, with an introduction by Warrington 
Dawson and with illustrations. 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin Company. 1913. 

8vo. pp. XIX. 1-440 (1). 

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. By D. L. Day. 

(Milford, Mass. 1884.) 8vo. pp. 153. Autograph note of Author. 

Day, James Byron. — The Surviving Soldiers' Step and 
Reward of 186 1-5. Address delivered by Companion 
Major J. B. Day, at the Annual Banquet of the Military 
Order of the Loyal Legion of Indiana, May 12, 191 1. 

n. d. n. p. i2mo. pp. — 

Day, L. W. — Story of the One Hundred and First Ohio 
Infantry. A Memorial Volume. By L. W. Day. 

Cleveland, O.: The W. M. Bayne Printing Co. 1894. 8vo. pp. XIV. 463. 

Day, Samuel Phillips. — Down South, or An Englishman's 
experience at the Seat of the American War. By Samuel 
Phillips Day. 

London: Hurst & Blackett, Publishers. 1862. i2mo. 

Vol. I pp. X. 1-328. Vol. II pp. VIII. 1-327. 

Day, Walter E. — Notes on Some American Battlefields. 

By Miles. 
The Royal Engineers Journal, August, 1909. pp. (5) 97-168. 

Day, Walter E. — The Campaign of Gettysburg. By "Miles." 

Boston: Small, Maynard & Company. 1912. 8vo. pp.202. 

Dean, Benjamin D. — Recollections of the 26th Missouri 

Infantry in the War for the Union. 
Lamar, Missouri: Printed at the South West Missourian Office. 1892. 
8vo. pp. VII. 1-256. 

Dearborn, Stanley B. — (From Washington, D. C, To 
Spottsylvania Court House.) 

Souvenir of Spottsylvania. n. p. (1888.) i8mo. pp. (30). 

223 



De Ahna, Henry Charles. — Report of the Committee on 
Military Affairs, to whom was referred the petition of 
Henry Charles De Ahna. 

28th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives. Report No. 124. 

1864. 8vo. pp. 17. 

De Bellaigue, Louise. — Nos Americains Episodes dela Guerre 
de Secession par Mme. Louise de Bellaigue nee de 
Beauchesne. 

Paris: Societe Generale de Librairie Catholjque. 1881. 

i2mo. pp. (3) 1-384. (Errata.) 

Debray, X. B. — A Sketch of the history of Debray's 26th 

Regiment of Texas Cavalry. 
Austin, Texas. 1884. 8vo. pp. 26. 
Portrait of Author and Autograph letters inserted. Privately printed. 

De Caindry, William A. — The Establishment of the War 
Department as one of the civil executive departments of 
the U. S. Government; with a general view of its interior 
organization and administration. By William A. De 
Caindry, Washington, D. C. 

Washington City. 1878. 8vo. pp. 99. Autograph note of Author. 

De Chanal, V. — The American Army in the War of Secession. 
By General De Chanal, of the French Army. Translated 
by First Lieut. M. J. O'Brien, 5th U. S. Infantry. 

Leavenworth, Kansas: George A. Shimer. 1894. 8vo. pp. 245. 

De Chanal, V. — L'Armee Americaine pendant la Guerre de la 

Secession, par V. De Chanal, General de Brigade. 
Paris. 1872. 8vo. pp. 263. 

Dechert, Robert Porter. — Oration of Colonel Robert Porter 
Dechert at dedication of monument of 29th Regiment 
Pennsylvania Volunteers. Gettysburg, July 3, 1885. 

(Philadelphia. 1885.) 8vo. pp. 6. (Badge, etc., inserted.) 

De Costa, Benjamin Franklin. — The Eighteenth Massa- 
chusetts Regiment. A Discourse in Commenoration of 
Washington's Birthday, delivered in Falls Church, Fairfax 
Co., Va., on Sunday, February 23, 1862. By Rev. B. F. 
DeCosta, Chaplain of the Eighteenth Massachusetts 
Regiment. 

(Motto.) Charleston, Mass. 1862. Ry. 8vo. pp. 15. 

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De Coynart, R. — Precis de la Guerre des Etats-Unis D' 
Amerique, par R. De Coynart, Lieutenant-Colonel d' Etat 
— Major en retraite. 

Paris: Ch. Tanera. 1867. 8vo. pp. 344 (2). 

De Flers, Le Marquis. — Le Comte de Paris. By Le Marquis 
De Flers. Translated by Constance Magendie, with 
portraits and autograph. 

London: W. H. Allen & Co. 1889. 8vo. pp. XIV. (1.) 1-358. 

Autograph letter of Comte de Paris. 

De Fontaine, F. G. — Army Letters of i 861 -1865, "Personne" 
(F. G. De Fontaine), War Correspondent, etc. Parts I. -I I. 
Columbia, S. C: War Record Publishing Co. 1896. 8vo. pp. 1-113. 
Autograph note of Author. 

De Fontaine, F. G. — Marginalia, or Gleanings from an Army 
Note Book by "Personne," (F. G. De Fontaine), Army 
Correspondent of the Charleston Courier. 

Columbia, S. C: F. G. DeFontaine & Co. 1864. 8vo. pp. 248. 

De Fontaine, F. G. — Shoulder to Shoulder. Reminiscences 
of Confederate Camps and Fields, by Personne. Parts 
I.-VI. Complete. 

Charleston: The XIX. Century. 1869-70. pp — 

De Forest, B. S. — Random Sketches and wandering thoughts, 
or what I saw in Camp, on the march, bivouac, the 
battlefield and hospital, while with the Army in Virginia, 
North and South Carolina, during the late Rebellion, 
with a historical sketch of the Second Oswego Regiment 
8 1 st New York State V. I. A record of all its officers and 
roster of its enlisted men, also an Appendix. 

Albany. 1866. i2mo. pp. 324. 

De Forest, John William. — Charleston Under Arms. 

The Atlantic Monthly, April, 1861. pp. — 

De Forest, John William. — Forced Marches. 

The Galaxy, June, 1868. pp. — 

Deering, John R. — Lee and His Cause, or The Why and the 
How of the War Between the States. By John R. 
Deering, D. D., Chaplain Kentucky Division, U. C. V., 
once of Claiborne Guards, Co. K. 12th Regt. Miss. Vol. 
Inft., Army Northern Virginia, and Later of Capt. 
Quirk's Scouts, Morgan's Kentucky Cavalry. 

New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. 1907. 

i2mo. pp. 181. 

225 



DeForest, John William. — Miss Ravenel's Conversion from 

Secession to Loyalty. By J. W. DeForest. 
New York: Harper & Brothers. 1867. i2mo. pp. IV. 7-521. 
Autograph letter of Major De Forest giving a bibliographical list of his 
contributions to the literature of the War. 

DeForest, John William. — Port Hudson. 

Harper's Magazine, Aug., 1867. pp. — 

DeForest, John William. — Sheridan's Battle of Winchester, 

Va. 
Harper's Magazine, Jan., 1865. pp. — 

DeForest, John William. — Sheridan's Victory of Middle- 
town, Va. 

Harper's Magazine, Feb., 1865. pp. — 

DeForest, John William. — "The First Time Under Fire" of 
the 1 2th Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers, Weitzel's 
Brigade, Georgia Landing, Bayou La Fouche, La., 
October 27, 1862. 

Harper's Magazine, Vol. XXIX. pp. 24. 

DeForest, John William. — The First Time Under Fire. 

Harper's Magazine, Sept., 1864. pp. — 

De Gasparin, Agenor. — L'Amerique devant L' Europe Principes 

et Interets par Le Cte. Agenor de Gasparin. 
Paris: Michel Levy Freres Librairies Editeurs. 1862. 8vo. pp. VIII. 556. 

De Hauranne, Ernest Duvergeer. — Huit Mois en Amerique 
Letters et Notes De Voyage 1864- 1865 par Ernest 
Duvergeer De Hauranne. 

Paris: Librairie Internationale, A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven & C. 1866. ismo. 

Tome Premier pp. XI. 1-439. Tome Deuxieme pp. 496. 

DeJarnette, D. C. — The Monroe Doctrine. Speech of Hon. 
D. C. DeJarnette, of Virginia, in the Confederate House 
of Representatives, January 30th, 1865, Pending Negoti- 
ations of Peace. 

(Richmond, Va. 1865.) 8vo. pp. 20. 

DeKay, Sidney — Brown, George W. — A Night Attack of 
Cavalry. By Sidney DeKay, late U. S. V. The Mortar 
Flotilla at Forts Jackson and St. Philip. By George W. 
Brown, late U. S. N. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1888. 8vo. pp. 14. 

226 



Delano, Jesse L. — A Record of Sunderland in the Civil War 
of 1861 to 1865. Compiled by Jesse L. Delano in 1881, 
according to vote of the Town. 

Amherst, Mass.: J. E. Williams, Printer. 1882. 8vo. pp. 43. (3). 

Autograph of Author. 

DeLeon, Thomas Cooper. — Four Years in Rebel Capitals. 
An inside view of life in the Confederacy, from birth to 
death, from Original Notes collected in the years 1861 to 
1865, by T. C. DeLeon. 

(Motto.) Mobile, Ala.: The Gossip Printing Company. 1890. 

8vo. pp. 6. VII.-376. 

DeLeon, Thomas Cooper. — Joseph Wheeler, the Man, the 
Statesman, the Soldier, seen in Semi-Biographical Sketches. 
By T. E. De Leon, Author of "Four years in Rebel 
Capitals," "Crag Nest: the Romance of Sheridan's Ride," 
"John Holden, Unionist," "The Puritan's Daughter," etc. 

Atlanta, Ga. : Byrd Printing Co. 1899. i6mo. pp. 142. 

Demby, J. William. — Mysteries and Miseries of Arkansas; 
or a defense of the loyality of the State, by a refugee. 

St. Louis: Published for the Author. 1863. i2mo. pp. 88. 
Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Demby, J. William. — The Home Aegis and Monthly Re- 
view, devoted to the interest of the people. Edited and 
published by J. Wm. Demby, Little Rock, Arkansas. 
(May, 1864, to April, 1865.) 

8vo. pp. 239 (1). Presentation copy. Autograph letter of Editor. 

Contains various and full accounts of "The War in Arkansas." 

Demby, J. William. — The War in Arkansas, or a treatise on 
the Great Rebellion of 1861, its progress and ultimate 
results upon the destinies of the State. A defense of the 
loyalty of the people, their wretched condition con- 
sidered ; a review of the policy of the Government towards 
Union People and the Rebels. 

Little Rock. 1864. i2mo. Published as a series. Nos. 1-2-3-4. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Deming, Henry Champion. — The Life of Ulysses S. 

Grant, General, United States Army. 
Hartford. 1868. 8vo. pp. — 

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De Montalambert, Charles. — La Victoire du Nord aux Etats- 

Unis, par Le Comte Charles de Montalambert. 
New York: H. de Mavul. 1865. 8vo. pp. 51. 

Denison, Charles Wheeler. — American Biographical 
Library, Winfield, and how he became a Major-General. 
By Rev. C. W. Denison, late Chaplain U. S. A. Richly 
embellished with many fine illustrations. 

Philadelphia: William Flint & Co. 1880. 16 mo. pp. IX. 335. 
Autograph note of Gen. Hancock. 

Denison, Charles Wheeler. — Illustrated Life, Campaigns, 
and Public Services of Philip H. Sheridan (Major- 
General Sheridan), "The Hero of the Shenandoah Valley," 
"Battle of Five Forks," etc. By C. W. Denison, late 
Chaplain in the U. S. Army, with a full history of his life, 
battles and campaigns, with a portrait of General 
Sheridan, and other illustrative engravings of the "Battles 
in the Shenandoah Valley," "Battle of Five Forks," 
"Sheridan's Ride to the Front," at Winchester, etc. 

Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson & Brothers. (1865.) i2mo. pp. 197. 
Autograph of Gen. Sheridan. 

Denison, Charles Wheeler. — Winfield the Lawyer's Son 

and how he became a Major-General. Illustrated. 
Philadelphia. 1865. i2mo. pp. — Autograph note of Gen. Hancock. 

Denison, Charles Wheeler. — Winfield, and how he became a 
Major-General. By Rev. C. W. Denison, late Chaplain 
U. S. A. Richly embellished with many fine illustrations. 

Philadelphia: William Flint & Co. 1880. i2mo. pp. IX. 355. 
Autograph letter of Gen. Hancock. 

Denison, Charles Wheeler. — The Tanner-Boy and how he 

became Lieutenant-General. By Major Penniman. 
(Motto.) Boston: Roberts Brothers. 1864. i6mo. pp. VIII. 9-316. 

Denison, Frederic. — Sabres and Spurs : The First Regiment 
Rhode Island Cavalry in the Civil War 1861-1865, its 
origin, marches, scouts, skirmishes, raids, battles, suffer- 
ings, victories, and appropriate official papers, with the 
roll of honor and roll of the regiment, illustrated with 
portraits of cavalry generals and a map of the Regiment's 
Warpath. By Rev. Frederic Denison, Chaplain. 

(Motto.) Published by the First Rhode Island Cavalry Veteran Association. 

1876. i2mo. pp. 600. 

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Denison, Frederic. — Shot and Shell: The Third Rhode Island 
Heavy Artillery Regiment in the Rebellion, 1861-1865. 
Camps, Forts, Batteries, Garrisons, Marches, Skirmishes, 
Sieges, Battles, and Victories; also the roll of honor and 
roll of the Regiment. Illustrated with Portrait, Maps 
and Scenes. By Rev. Frederic Denison, A. M., Chaplain. 
Providence: J. A. & R. A. Reid. 1879. 8vo. pp. 368. Published for the 
Third R. I. H. Art. Vet. Association. Autograph note of Author. 

Denison, Frederic. — The Battle of Groveton, August 28, 
1862. By Rev. Frederic Denison (Chaplain of the First 
Rhode Island Cavalry). 

Providence. 1885. Sm. 4to. pp. 35. 250 copies printed. 

Denison, George Taylor, Jr. — Modern Cavalry: Its organ- 
ization, armament and employment in War, with an 
appendix containing letters from Generals Fitzhugh Lee, 
Stephen D. Lee and T. L. Rosser, of the Confederate 
States Cavalry, and Col. Jenyns system of non-pivot drill 
in use in the 13th Hussars. Illustrations and map of the 
Battlefield of Monocacy, Md. 1864. 

London. 1868. i2mo. pp. — 

Denison, George Taylor. — A History of Cavalry from the 
earliest times, with lessons for the future. By Lieut. -Col. 
George T. Denison, Commanding the Governor-General's 
Body Guard, Canada. 

London: MacMillan & Co. 1877. 8vo. pp. XXII. 1-567. 

Contains an account of the Cavalry Operations 1861-65 in the War. 

Dennis, Truman B. — The Two Roads with a Vivid Descrip- 
tion of Sheridan's Ride, and the Battle of Cedar Creek. 
By Truman B. Dennis. 

n. p. (1889.) 4to. pp. 20. 

Denny, J. Waldo. — Wearing the Blue in the Twenty-fifth 
Mass. Volunteer Infantry, with Burnside's Coast Division, 
1 8th Army Corps and the Army of the James. By J. 
Waldo Denny. 

Worcester: Putnam & Davis, Publishers. 1879. 8vo. pp. XII. 1-523. 

Autograph of Capt. Denny. 

Denslow, Van Buren. — Fremont and McClellan, their 
Political and Military Careers Reviewed. By Van 
Buren Denslow. 

Yonkers, N. Y. : Printed at the Office of the Semi- Weekly Clarion. 1862. 

PP- 3i- 

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Denson, C. B. — An Address delivered in Raleigh, N. C, on 
Memorial Day (May 10), 1895. Containing a Memoir of 
the late Major-General William Henry Chase Whiting, 
of the Confederate Army. By C. B. Denson (of the 
Engineer Service of the Confederate States Army) . 

Raleigh: Edwards & Broughton, Printers and Binders. 1895. 8vo. pp. 56. 

D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — A Collection of Autograph 
letters from Philippe Comte de Paris to John P. Nicholson, 
relating to the Civil War. 1877 to date of death. 

8vo. pp. (132.) 

D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — Civil War in America. A 

collection of reviews, notices, etc., letters, etc. 
4to. pp. (230). 3 Vols. 

D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — The Battle of Gettysburg, 
from the History of the Civil War in America, by the 
Comte de Paris. Published by special arrangement with 
the Author. (Edited by John P. Nicholson.) 

Philadelphia: Porter & Coates. (1886.) 8vo. pp. IX. 1-315. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — Historie de la Guerre Civile en 

Amerique par m. le Comte de Paris. 
Tome Premier, pp. III. 1-598. Tome Deuxieme. pp. 569. 1874. 

Tome Troisieme. pp. 692. 1875. Tome Quartrieme. pp. 732. 1875. 
Tome Cinquieme. pp. 761. 1883. Tome Sixieme. pp. 779. 1883. 
Tome Septieme. pp. 787. 1888. 
Cartes & planches Tomes I.-VI. 1874-1883. 

8vo. 8 Vols. 2 portraits and 8 autograph letters of Author relating to the 
history inserted. 

D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — Gettysburg Thirty Years 
After. Gen. Meade's Original Announcement of the 
Victory at Gettysburg, and 3 other General Orders; 
Original Sheet Proofs of Count de Paris's Magazine 
Article on Gettysburg, with numerous corrections in his 
handwriting. 

Sm. 4to. pp. (12). (Mounted.) 

D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — History of the Civil War in 
America by the Comte de Paris, translated with the 
approval of the Author, by Louis F. Tasistro, edited by 
Henry Coppee, LL. D. New Edition revised by Bvt. 
Lieut.-Colonel John P. Nicholson, A. M., Litt. D. 

Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Co. 1907. 

Vol. I. pp. XVI. 1-640. Vol. II. pp. XXVI. 1-762. 2 Vols. 

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D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — History of the Civil War in 
America by the Comte de Paris, translated with the 
approval of the Author, by Louis F. Tasistro, edited by 
Henry Coppee, LL. D. 

Vol. I. pp. XVI. 1-640. Vol. II. pp. XXVI. 1-762. Published by special 
arrangement with the Author. Vol. III. (John P. Nicholson, Editor.) pp. 
XXI. 1-923. Vol. IV. (John P. Nicholson, Editor.) pp. XVIII. 1-681. 
Philadelphia. 1876. 1883. 1888. 
Autograph letters of Author, portraits, etc., inserted. 

D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — Gettysburg. Thirty Years 
After. By H. R. H. The Count of Paris, Maj.-Gen. O. 
O. Howard, Maj.-Gen. Henry W. Slocum, Maj.-Gen. 
Abner Doubleday. Farther Recollections of Gettysburg 
by Major-General Daniel E. Sickles, Major-General D. 
McM. Gregg, Major-General John Newton and Major- 
General Daniel Butterfield. 

North American Review, February, March, 1891. pp. 129-149. pp. 257-286. 

Autograph letters of Gens. Doubleday, Sickles and Butterfield, and Autographs 

of Comte de Paris and Gen. Howard inserted. 

D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — Guerre Civile en Amerique 
Chapitre Premier Tome VIII. Le Forte Pillow. (Original 
Manuscript.) 

4to. pp. 143. 

D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — Guerre Civile en Amerique 
Chapitre Troisieme. Tome VIII. Alexandria. (Original 
Manuscript.) 

4to. pp. 119. 

D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — Guerre Civile en Amerique. 

Chapitre Second. Tome VIII. "Mansfield." (Original 

Manuscript.) 
4to. pp. 129. 

D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — Historie de la Guerre Civile in 

Amerique par Comte de Paris. Cartes et Plances. 
Paris: Premiere et Deuxieme Livraisons coutinant les planches I. a IX. (Sept 
feuilles.) 1874. 

Paris: Troisieme et Quatrieme Livraisons coutinant les planches X. a XIX. 
(Six feuilles.) 1875. 

Paris: Cinquieme et Sixieme Livraisons coutinant les planches XX. a XXX. 
(Six feuilles.) 1883. (Proofs.) 

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D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — Le General MacClellan par le 

Comte de Paris. 
Revue Militaire Suisse. XXXII e . Annee No. 5, 15 Mai 1887. 
8vo. pp. 1931-226. 

D'Orleans, Louis Philippe. — The Battle of Gettysburg 
from History of the Civil War in America. By the 
Comte de Paris. Published by special arrangements 
with the Author. New, Revised Edition. (Edited by 
John P. Nicholson.) 

Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Co. (1907.) 8vo. pp. IX. 1-315. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Maj.-Gen. Joseph Hooker in 

command of the Army of the Potomac, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 20. Newspaper cuttings inserted. 
Presentation copy from Gen. J. Watts DePeyster to Frank Moore. 

DePeyster, Frederic. — Memoir of Robert Parker Parrott. 

By Frederic de Peyster, LL. D., F. R. H. S. 
New York. MDCCCLXXVIII. Ry. 8vo. pp. 16. Privately printed. 

DePeyster, John Watts, Jr. — A Threnody. Sta Viator, 
Heroem Calcas' In remembrance of Brevet Colonel 
U. S. and N. Y. Vol. John Watts DePeyster, Junior. 

Ne*v York: J. R. Huth. Printer. 1874. 4 to - pp.22. Privately printed. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — A Character of Phil. Kearny. 

The Volunteer. 1869. Vol. I, No. 1, pp. — 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Address at Red Hook, N. Y. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 122. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — A Military Memoir of William 
Mahone, a Major-General in the Confederate Army. By 
General J. Watts DePeyster. 

The Historical Magazine. July, 1871. New Series. Vol. X. pp. 12-33. 

Corrected from the edition of June, 1870, inconsequence of certain Statements 

made by the Author; newspaper cuttings inserted. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Andrew Atkinson Humphreys, of 
Pennsylvania, Brigadier-General and Brevet Major- 
General U. S. A., Major-General U. S. V., Chief of Staff 
and Commander of the Combined Second-Third Corps, 
Army of the Potomac, Chief of Engineers, U. S. A. By 
Brevet Major-General J. Watts DePeyster. 

Lancaster: Intelligencer Print. 1886. Ry. 8vo. pp. 21. 

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DePeyster, John Watts. — Andrew Atkinson Humphreys. 

(Prominent men of the Civil War Period.) 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 347-369- 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Analytical Parallel and Criticism 
on the Principal Union and Rebel Generals who have held 
Commands in Chief of Armies. 

Tivoli. December, 1865. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Privately printed and signed by Author. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Before, At, and After Gettysburg. 

1. Lee on the Susquehanna in June-July, 1863, with notes. 

2. The Famous Bridging of the Leech by Gustavus Adolphus, in 1863, 
from the Narrative of an Eye Witness, an English Colonel in the 
Swedish Service. 

3. Bridging Illustrated. 

4. Hooker's Effect on Gettysburg. 

5. Sickles at Gettysburg. 

6. Hood (Rebel) on Gettysburg. 

7. After Gettysburg and at Williamsport and Falling Waters in 
July, 1863. 

8. Remarks on the Beneficial Union of the Theoretical and Practical. 
By J. Watts DePeyster. 

New York: Charles H. Ludwig. 1887. 8vo. pp. 56 (1). 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Chancellors ville. A critical 

review of the Battle. 
Onward, Oct., Nov., Dec, 1869. Jan., Feb., Mar., 1870. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Corporal Casey, or the History of 

a Cavalry Regiment (Ira Harris Regiment). 
(New York.) The Citizen and Round Table, Nov. 26 and Dec. 2. 1870. 
Folio, pp. 5. (Mounted.) 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Decisive Battles of the late 

Rebellion. 
The Volunteer, pp. — 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Fredericksburg: Who was re- 
sponsible for the repulse? 
Onward. Sept., 1869. pp. — 

DePeyster, John Watts. — From Chancellorsville to 
Gettysburg: The most terrible march of the War to 
put down the Slaveholder's Rebellion. From a forth- 
coming history of the Glorious old fighting Third Corps. 

New York: The Citizen and Round Table. Nov. 12, 1870, to July 22, 1871. 

Folio. (Mounted.) Unique. 

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DePeyster, John Watts. — From the Rapidan to Appomattox 
Court House. By J. Watts DePeyster, Brevet Major- 
General, S. N. Y. 

Philadelphia: L. R. Hamersly & Co. 1883. Ry. 8vo. pp. 6. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Gettysburg, was it a decisive battle? 

Onward. 1869. pp. — 

DePeyster, John Watts.— Parts I.-II.-III.-IV.-V.-VI. The 

Grand Hunt of the Army of the Potomac on the 3d-7th 
(A. M.) April. Petersburg to High Bridge, Major- 
General Andrew Atkinson Humphreys and the combined 
Second-Third Corps leading the pursuit from Petersville 
to High Bridge. By Anchor. One hundred copies 
printed as Manuscript for private circulation. New York 
1872. 

Part VII. Cumberland Church, or the Heights of Farm- 
ville : The last stricken field of the Army of Northern 
Virginia. 7th April, 1865. Major-General Andrew 
Atkinson Humphreys and the combined Second-Third 
Corps, leading the pursuit from Petersville to Appomattox 
Court House by Cumberland Church. By Anchor. 
Two hundred copies printed as Manuscript for private 
circulation but not revised nor corrected. 

New York. 1874. 4to. 2 Vols. 

Presentation copy. Autograph letter of Gen. DePeyster. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Lee on the Susquehanna in 1863. 

A Military Criticism by J. Watts DePeyster. 
n. p. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 16. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Local Memorials relating to the 
DePeyster and Watts and Affiliated families connected 
with Red Hook Township, Duchess Co., S. N. Y. 

(Motto.) New York: Charles H. Ludwig, Printer. 1881. 8vo. pp. 79. 
Contains sketches of the Services of the families in the War 1861-65. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Major-General George H. 
Thomas. The annual address delivered before the New 
York Historical Society, Tuesday Evening, Jan. 5, 1875, 
by Gen. John Watts DePeyster. 

New York: Published by Atlantic Publishing Co. 1875. 8vo. pp. 24. 
Presentation copy. Autograph note of Gen. DePeyster and newspaper 
cuttings. 

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DePeyster, John Watts. — Major-General Gershom Mott, 
U. S. V., and the Third Corps Army of the Potomac. 

The United Service. August, 1885. pp. 152-167. 
Autograph letter of Gen. Mott inserted. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — The Decisive Conflicts of the 
Late Civil War, or Slaveholder's Rebellion, Battles 
Morally, Territorially, and Militarily Decisive. First 
Class, Shiloh, or Pittsburg Landing, Antietam or Sharps- 
burg, Stone River or Murfreesborough, Gettysburg, 
Nashville. Second Class. Baltimore, Md., Rich Moun- 
tain, W. Va., Springfield, Mo., Williamsburg, Va., Mun- 
fordsville, Ky. By J. Watts DePeyster. 

(Mottoes.) New York: Macdonafd & Co., Printers. 1867. 8vo. pp. 76. 
Autograph letter of Gen. DePeyster. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — The Anniversary Address de- 
livered before the Third Army Corps Union, 5th May, 
1875, by Maj.-Gen. John Watts DePeyster. 

New York: Published by Atlantic Publishing and Engraving Co. n. d. 
4to. pp. 36. Autograph note of Gen. DePeyster. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Nashville. The decisive battle of 

the Rebellion, 
n. p. (Jan. 4, 1876.) 8vo. pp. 14. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Obituary Notice, Major-General 

Winfield Scott Hancock, U. S. A. 
The United Service, February, 1886. pp. (4). 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Personal and Military History 
of Philip Kearny, Major-General United States Volunteers. 

Elizabeth, N. J. 1870. 8vo. pp. — Second Edition. 

Autograph note of Gen. DePeyster. 

Original Autograph Order of two pages for the march after the battle of 

Williamsburg, May 9th, 1862, and signed P. Kearny, Brig. -Gen. Com. Division. 

Newspaper cuttings, etc., inserted. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Robert McAllister. By General 

John Watts DePeyster. 
New York: Atlantic Pub. & Eng. Co. 4to. pp. (10). 

DePeyster, John Watts. — State Sovereignty. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. 

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DePeyster, John Watts. — Secession in Switzerland and in 
the United States compared: being the annual address 
delivered Oct. 20th, 1863, before the Vermont State 
Historical Society, in the Hall of Representatives, Capitol, 
Montpelier. By J. Watts DePeyster. 

(Motto.) Catskill: Joseph Joesbury. 1863. 8vo. pp. 72 (1). 

Autograph letter of Gen. DePeyster. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — The Battle of Williamsburg. 

Soldiers and Sailors Magazine. Vol. II, Nos. 10 and 11. 1868. pp. — 

DePeyster, John Watts. — The Decisive Conflicts of the 
late Civil War, or Slaveholders' Rebellion. Battles 
morally, territorially and militarily decisive. Battle of 
Oak Ridge Wednesday, July 1st, 1863, at Gettysburg, 
Thursday, Friday, July 2d and 3d, 1863, after Gettysburg 
and at Williamsport and Falling Waters, July 4th to 
July 14th, 1863. 

New York. 1867. Royal 8vo. pp. — 

300 copies printed as Manuscript. Autograph letter of Gen. DePeyster. 

DePeyster, John Watts. 

1. The Decisive Conflicts of the late Civil War, or Slaveholders' 
Rebellion. Battles Morally, Territorially, and Militarily De- 
cisive. First Class: Shiloh or Pittsburg, Stone River or Mur- 
freesborough, Gettysburg, Nashville. Second Class: Baltimore, 
Md., Rich Mountain, Mo., Williamsburg, Va., Munfordsville, 
Ky. By J. Watts DePeyster, Brev. Maj.-Gen. N. G. S. N. Y. By 
Special Act or Concurrent Resolution N.Y. S. Legislature, pp. 76. 

2. Battle of Oak Ridge, Wednesday, July 1st, 1863, at Gettysburg, 
Thursday, Friday, July 2d and 3d, 1863, after Gettysburg at 
Williamsport and Falling Waters, July 4th to July 14th, 1863. 

New York: Macdonald & Co., Printers. 1867. 8vo. pp. 163. 
Three Hundred copies printed as Manuscript. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — The Last Ten Days Service of the 
Old Third Corps ("As we understand it") with the Army 
of the Potomac. Address delivered after the Anniversary 
Dinner of the Third Corps Union, 5th May, 1887, at the 
Hotel Windsor, New York. 

(New York. 1887.) Ry. 8vo. pp. 16. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — The Third Corps and Sickles at 
Gettysburg. An address delivered before the "Third 
Army Corps Union" on the Twenty-fourth Anniversary 
of their first Battle, as a Corps (Williamsburg, May 5th, 
1862). On Wednesday, 5th May, 1886, at the Hoffman 
House, N. Y. 

(New York. 1886.) 8vo. pp. 20. 

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DePeyster, John Watts. — The Third Army Corps Union 
May 5, 1884. (21st Anniversary.) (Address of General 
DePeyster.) 

(New York. 1884.) 8vo. pp. 8. 

DePeyster, John Watts. — The Third Corps at Gettysburg, 

July, 1863, Gen. Sickles vindicated. 
The Volunteer, Nos. 1 and 2. pp. — 

DePeyster, John Watts. — Winter Campaigns: The Test of 
Generalship. 

New York: C. G. Stone. 1862. l2mo. pp. 24. 
Autograph letter of Gen. DePeyster. 

Depew, Chauncey Mitchell. — Addresses by the Hon. 
Chauncey M. Depew, at the Unveiling of the Statue of 
Gen. Grant, at Galena, 111., June 3rd, 1891, and at the 
Laying of the Corner Stone of the Masonic Asylum and 
Home, at Utica, N. Y., May 21st, 1891. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Depew, Chauncey Mitchell. — Oration of Hon. Chauncey M. 

Depew at the re-union of the Army of the Potomac, at 

Saratoga, Evening of June 22, 1887. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 21. 

Derby, W. P. — Bearing Arms in the Twenty-Seventh Massa- 
chusetts Regiment of Volunteer Infantry during the 
Civil War 1 861-1865. By W. P. Derby. 

Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Company. 1883. 8vo. pp. XVI. 1-607. 

Autograph note of Author. 

De Schweinitz, Edmund. — Address delivered at the dedica- 
tion of the Cenotaph, erected in memory of the former 
pupils of Nazareth Hall who fell in defence of their Country 
in the War of the Rebellion, (June 11, 1868). By Edmund 
de Schweinitz, Alumnus of the class of 1834. 

Bethlehem: A. C. & H. T. Clauder, Printers. 1868. 8vo. pp. 13. 

Des Essarts, Alfred. — La Guerre Freres par Alfred Des Essarts 
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Paris: Chez Poulet-Malassis, Librairie-Editeur. 1861. 8vo. pp. 30. 
Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

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De Thomasson. — Les. Proceeds D' Exploration De L'armee De 
Nord. Virginie dans La Guerre De Secession Americaine 
Par le Capitaine de Thomasson Brevete D' Etat. Major 
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Paris. * * * Librairie Militaire Bergar-Levrault & Cie. 1901. 8vo. pp. 96. 

De Trobriand, Philip Regis. — Four Years with the Army 
of the Potomac. By Philip Regis De Trobriand, 
Bvt. Major-General U. S. Vols. Translated by George 
K. Dauchy, late Lieutenant Commanding Twelfth New 
York Battery, Light Artillery, U. S. Vols. With Portrait 
and Maps. 

Boston: Ticknor & Company. 1889. 8vo. pp. XIX. (I.) 1-757. 
Presentation copy. Autograph notes of Lt. Dauchy and Autograph of Gen. 
De Trobriand. 

DeTrobriand, Regis. — Quatre Ans de Campagnes a l'armee 
du Potomac par le General Regis de Trobriand du l'Armee 
des Etats-Unis Deuxieme Edition. 

Paris: Librairie Internationale, A Lacroix et Cie. 1874. 
8vo. Tome Premier, pp. 348. Tome Deuxieme. pp. 397. 
Autograph note of Gen. De Trobriand. 

De Veiling, C. T. — History of the Seventeenth Regiment, 
First Brigade, Third Division, Fourteenth Corps, Army of 
the Cumberland, War of the Rebellion. Compiled by 
C. T. de Veiling, Co. B, Seventeenth Regiment O. V. V. I. 

Zanesville, Ohio. 1889. Ry. 8vo. pp. 143. 

Devens, Arthur Lithgow. — Charles Devens' Orations and 
Addresses on various occasions Civil and Military. 
Edited by his nephew, Arthur Lithgow Devens. With a 
Memoir by John Codman Ropes, Member of the Massa- 
chusetts Historical Society, The Military Historical 
Society of Massachusetts, etc. 

Boston: Little, Brown & Company. 1891. 8vo. pp. VI. 1-294. 

Autograph letter of General Devens relating to Chancellorsville. 

Devens, Charles. — Address commemorative of the Fifteenth 
Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers delivered at dedica- 
tion of monument to the Regiment at Gettysburg, June 
2, 1886, by Bvt. Maj.-Gen. Devens, and remarks at 
dedication of monument to Col. Geo. H. Ward. Printed 
at request of Survivors of Regiment. 

Worcester: Press of Charles Hamilton. 1886. Ry. 8vo. pp. 18. 

Autograph note of Author. 

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Devens, Charles. — Address delivered at the Celebration of the 
Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the founding of the Military 
Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, by Brevet 
Major-General Charles Devens, in the Academy of Music, 
Philadelphia, April 15, 1890. 

8vo. pp. 24. 100 copies privately printed. 

Devens, Charles. — Address delivered at the Twenty-fifth 
Anniversary of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of 
the United States, by Charles Devens. Philadelphia, 
April 15, 1890. 

(Philadelphia. 1890.) 8vo. pp. 22. Autograph note of Gen. Devens. 

Devens, Charles. — General Meade and the Battle of 
Gettysburg. An Oration delivered before the Society 
of the Army of the Potomac at its Reunion at New Haven, 
Connecticut, May 14th, 1873. 

Morrisania, N. Y. 1873. 8vo. pp. — Privately printed. 
Presentation copy. Autograph of Gen. Devens. 

Devens, Charles. — Two Addresses commemorative of General 
Grant, delivered at Boston, July 8, 1885, and Worcester, 
August 8, 1885, by Bvt. Major-General Charles Devens. 

Worcester, Mass.: Press of Charles Hamilton. 1885. 8vo. pp.21. 

Privately printed. 

Devens, Charles. — An Oration delivered at Boston, September 
17, 1877, at the dedication of the Soldiers and Sailors' 
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Boston. 1877. Ry- 8vo - PP- J 6. Privately printed. 
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Devereaux, Arthur Forrester. — Some Account of Pickett's 
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The Magazine of American History. July, 1887. pp. 13-19. 

Devereux, John Forrester. — Our Roll of Honor. By John 

Forrester Devereux. 
n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 63. 

Devey, M. H. — John A. Logan. A Memorial Poem Dedicated 
to the Senators of the United States, the Grand Army of 
the Republic and his Admirers, by M. H. Devey. 

Chester: Republican Print. Copyright, 1887, by M. H. Devey. 

l6mo. pp. 13. 

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Di Cesnola, Louis Palina. — Biografia del Generale Americano 
e Console Cipro Luigi Palma Di Cesnola da Rivaldo 
canavese Scretta da Francesco Gallo E preceduta da una 
lettera di Giovachino De-Agostine al Ministro della 
Guena il M. Gen. Ettore Bertole-Viale deputato di 
Crescentino. Geuntari una relazione sulla scoperta d'una 
necropli fenicia in Cipro. Edizione ornate del Ritratto 
del Generale Biografato. (Portrait.) 

Vercelli. 1869. 8vo. pp. — 

Di Cesnola, Louis Palina. — Ten Months in Libby Prison. 

By Louis Palina di Cesnola, late Colonel 4th N. Y. 

Cavalry, 
n. p. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Dicey, Edward. — Six Months in the Federal States. By 

Edward Dicey. 
London and Cambridge: Macmillan & Co. 1863. 12 mo. 
Vol. I. pp. X. 310. Vol. II. pp. VI. 326. 

Dickert, D. Augustus. — History of Kershaw's Brigade, 
with Complete Roll of Companies, Biographical Sketches, 
Incidents, Anecdotes, etc. By D. Augustus Dickert. 
Introduction by Associate Justice Y. J. Pope. 

Newberry, S. C: Elbert H. Aull Company. 1899. 

8vo. pp. 583. 5. Errata, pp. 2. 

Dickey, Luther S. — History of the 103D Regiment Penn- 
sylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry 1 861 -1865. By 
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Chicago: L. S. Dickey. 1910. 4to. pp. XIV. 1-400. 

Dickison, Mary Elizabeth. — Dickison and His Men. Rem- 
iniscences of the War in Florida. By Mary Elizabeth 
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(Motto.) Louisville, Ky.: Courier Journal Job Printing Company. 1890. 

8vo. pp. 266. 

Dickson, Capers. — John Ashton: A Story of the War between 
the States by Capers Dickson, an Ex-Member of Cobb's 
Legion, Georgia Volunteers. 

Atlanta, Ga.: The Foote & Davies Company. 1896. 8vo. pp. 279. 

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Dietrichson, P. S. — A Short Account of the Fifteenth 
Wisconsin Regiment Historical and Descriptive in the 
People's War, together with a brief relation of Prison 
life in Andersonville. By P. S. Dietrichson. 

Chicago, 111. 1884. i6mo. pp. 32. 

Dill, Samuel P. — A Brief Sketch of the 173rd Regiment, 
N. Y. V. 

1868. 8vo. pp. 5. Autograph note of Author. 

Dill, Samuel P. — Journal of the Escape and Re-capture of 
Samuel P. Hill, late Capt. and Brevet Major 173d Regt. 
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Brooklyn, E. D.: J. H. Broach & Bro., Printers. 1867. 8vo. pp.23. 

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Dinkins, James. — 1861-1865 by an old Johnnie: Personal 
recollections and experiences in the Confederate Army by 
Captain James Dinkins. 

(Extract.) Cincinnati: The Robert Clarke Company. 1897. 

i2mo. pp. XV. 1-280. Illustrated by S. T. Dickson, of Chattanooga. 

Ditterline, Theodore. — Sketch of the Battle of Gettys- 
burg, July 1, 2 and 3, 1863, with an account of the move- 
ments of the respective armies for some days previous 
thereto. Compiled from the personal observations of 
eye-witnesses of the several battles, accompanied by an 
explanatory Map. 

New York: C. A. Alvord. 1863. i2mo. pp. 24. 

Dix, John Adams. — Address of Maj. -General John A. Dix, at 
the reception by the Seventh Regiment, National Guard, 
N. Y., of its members who have served in the Army and 
Navy of the United States during the Great Rebellion, 
Academy of Music, January 31, 1866. 

New York: Francis & Loutrel, Printers. 1866. 8vo. pp. 17. 

Dix, Morgan. — Memoirs of John Adams Dix. Compiled by 

his son Morgan Dix. Illustrated. 
New York: Harper & Brothers. 1883. 
8vo. Vol. I. pp. XII. 1-388. Vol. II. pp. IV. 1-435. 

Doan, Isaac C. — Reminiscences of the Chattanooga Cam- 
paign. A paper read at the reunion of Company B, 
Fortieth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, at Zenia, O., August 
22, 1894, by Sergeant Isaac C. Doan. 

Richmond, Ind.: Printed at J. M. Coe's Printery. 1894. 8vo. pp. 16. 

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Dodd, Ira Seymour. — The Song of the Rappahannock. 

Sketches of the Civil War by Ira Seymour Dodd. 
New York: Dodd, Mead & Company. 1898. 41110. pp. VIII. (i) 1-254. 

Dodge, Mary Hunt (Weston). — In Memoriam. Francis 
Safford Dodge, late Paymaster-General in the United 
States Army. By Mrs. Mary Hunt (Weston) Dodge. 

Salem, Mass.: Historical Collections, Essex Institute. 8vo. pp. 17. 

Dodge, Grenville Mellen. — Abraham Lincoln. Military 
Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States Com- 
mandery of the State of Pennsylvania, Memorial Meeting 
February 12, 1908. 

(Philadelphia.) 1908. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Dodge, Grenville Mellen. — Address to Army Associations and 
Miscellaneous Paper Relating to Civil and Spanish Wars. 
By Major-General Grenville M. Dodge. 

New York: Unz & Company. 1904. 8vo. pp. 95. 

Dodge, Grenville Mellen. — A Sketch of the Life and Public 
Services of Brigadier and Brevet Major-General James 
Alexander Williamson. By Major-General Grenville M. 
Dodge. 

Des Moines: The Register and Leader Co. 1903. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Dodge, Grenville Mellen. — How We Built the Union 
Pacific Railway and other Railways. Papers and 
Addresses by Major-General Grenville M. Dodge, Chief 
Engineer Union Pacific Railway. 1866- 1870. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 171. Presentation copy from Author. 

Dodge, Grenville Mellen. — General Marcellus M. Crocker. 
An Historical Address at the Reunion of the Crocker 
Brigade, at Keokuk, Iowa, September 27, 1900. By 
Maj.-Gen. G. M. Dodge. Reprinted from the Annals of 
Iowa, January, 1901. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 18. 

Dodge, Grenville Mellen. — Sketch of the Military Service 
of Major-General Wager Swayne. By Major-General 
Grenville M. Dodge. Delivered at meeting of the New 
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New York: Unz & Co., Printers. 8vo. pp. 24. 

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Dodge, Grenville Mellen. — Society of the Army of the 
Tennessee. Reunion at Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 25-26, 
1889. Banquet at Burnet House, Thursday Eve, Sept. 
26. Sixth Regular Toast: The Battle of Atlanta. Re- 
sponse by General G. M. Dodge. 

n. p. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Dodge, Grenville Mellen. — The Battle of Atlanta and other 
Campaigns. Addresses, etc., by Major-General Grenville 
M. Dodge. 

Council Bluffs, Iowa :The Monarch Printing Company. 1910. 8vo. pp.183. 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault. — The Campaign of Chancellors- 

ville. By Theodore A. Dodge, United States Army. 
Boston: James R. Osgood & Company. 1880. 
8vo. pp. VI. 1 -26 1, and folding Map. Autograph letter of Author. 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault. — A Bird's-Eye View of Our 
Civil War. By Theodore Ayrault Dodge. 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. 1897. 
i2mo. pp. XIII. 1-348. New and Revised Edition. 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault. — A Bird's-Eye View of Our 
Civil War. By Theodore Ayrault Dodge, United States 
Army. 

Boston: James R. Osgood & Company. 1883. 8vo. pp. XI. 1-346. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault. — The Gettysburg Campaign. 
By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Theodore A. Dodge, 
U.S.A. 

The United Service. July, 1885. pp. 1-19. 

Dodge, W. C. — Memorial to the Hon. Secretary of War, 
or how to strengthen our army and crush the rebellion 
with a saving of life and treasure. By W. C. Dodge. 

(Motto.) Washington, D. C: McGill & Witherow, Printers. 1865. 

8vo. pp. 12 (1). 

Dodge, William Sumner. — A Waif of the War, or the 
history of the Seventy-fifth Illinois Infantry, embracing 
the entire Campaigns of the Army of the Cumberland. 
By Wm. Sumner Dodge. 

(Motto.) Chicago: Church & Goodman, Publishers. 1866. 

8vo. pp. VI. -241. 

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Dodge, William Sumner. — History of the Old Second 
Division, Army of the Cumberland, Commanders, 
M'Cook, Sill, and Johnson. By Wm. Sumner Dodge. 

Chicago: Church & Goodman. 1864. 8vo. pp. 582. Appendix pp. 51. 

Dodge, William Sumner. — Robert Henry Hendershot, or 
the Brave Drummer Boy of the Rappahannock. By 
William Sumner Dodge, Author of "Chronicles of the 
Army of the Cumberland," "A Waif of the War," etc. 

(Extract.) Chicago: Church & Goodman, Publishers. 1867. 

Sm. 4to. pp. 202. 

Doggett, Daniel Seth. — A Nation's Ebenezer. A Discourse 
delivered in the Broad St. Methodist Church, Richmond, 
Virginia, Thursday, September 18, 1862: The Day of 
Public Thanksgiving appointed by the President of the 
Confederate States. By Rev. D. S. Doggett, D. D. 
Published by Special Request. 

Richmond, Va.: Enquirer Book and Job Press. 1862. 8vo. pp. 18. 

Doggett, Daniel Seth. — The War and Its Close. A Dis- 
course delivered in Centenary Church, Richmond, Va., 
Friday, April 8th, 1864, on the occasion of the National 
fast. 

Richmond. 1864. l2mo. pp. — 

Donaldson, Thomas. — Walt Whitman: The Man. By 
Thomas Donaldson. 

(Motto.) New York: Francis P. Harper. 1896. 8vo. pp. 278. 
Illustrated and Fac-simile. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Dornblaser, T. F. — Sabre Strokes of the Pennsylvania 
Dragoons, in the War of 1861-1865, interspersed with 
personal reminiscences By T. F. Dornblaser, Army 
Correspondent as "Dragoon." Published for the Author. 

Philadelphia: Lutheran Publication Society. 1884. i2mo. pp. VIII. 264. 

Dorsey, Sarah Anne. — Recollections of Henry Watkins 
Allen, Brigadier-General Confederate States Army, 
Ex-Governor of Louisiana. 

New York. (1866.) i2mo. pp. 420. 

Dorsheimer, William. — Fremont's Hundred Days in 
Missouri. 

The Atlantic Monthly, Jan., Feb. and Mar., 1862. pp. — 

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Dosh, John H. C. — Hill, Reuben. — First Announcement of 
Evergreen Cemetery, Gettysburg, Pa., with an address 
at the Opening Ceremonies, by Rev. J. H. C. Dosh, and a 
discourse at laying of Cornerstone of Gateway and 
Lodges, by Rev. R. Hill, A. M. Published by Evergreen 
Cemetery Association. 

Gettysburg: Printed by H. C. Neinstedt. 1855. 8vo. pp. 18 1-15. 

Doster, William Emile. — The Fourth Pennsylvania 
Cavalry at Gettysburg. An Address Delivered on the 
Occasion of Dedicating a Monument to That Regiment 
on the Battlefield, September nth and 12th, 1889, by 
W. E. Doster, Late Br. Brig.-General U. S. V. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. II. Autograph letter of Gen. Doster. 

Doubleday, Abner. — (Abstract of the Services of Abner 

Doubleday.) 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. (1884.) 

Doubleday, Abner. — Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. 
By Abner Doubleday, Brevet Major-General U. S. A. 

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1882. i2mo. pp. XI. (I.) 1-243. 
Four Maps and forty Engravings, etc., inserted, also Meade at Gettysburg: 
His Proposed Retreat on the Night of the 2nd of July. 

Doubleday, Abner. — Gettysburg Made Plain. A succinct 
account of the Campaign and battles, with the aid of one 
diagram and twenty-nine maps. By Abner Doubleday, 
Brevet Major-General U. S. A. 

New York: The Century Co. (1888.) i2mo. pp. 59. 

Doubleday, Abner. — Gettysburg Made Plain. A succinct 
account of the Campaign and Battle with the aid of one 
diagram and twenty-nine maps. By Abner Doubleday, 
Brevet General U. S. A. Copyright, 1888, by the 
Century Co. Copyright, 1909, by The Century Co, 

New York: The Century Co. (1913.) i2mo. pp. 59 (3). 

(Riverside Edition for Walker's Picture of Gettysburg.) 

Doubleday, Abner. — Meade at Gettysburg. His proposed 
retreat on the night of the 2nd of July. Gen. Doubleday's 
defence of his Statement that Meade was overruled by 
the action of a council of War. From the New York 
Times, April 1st, 1883. 

n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. (2). 

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Doubleday, Abner. — Reminiscences of Forts Sumter and 
Moultrie in i 860-61. 

New York. 1876. i2mo. pp. — . Autograph note of Author. 
Capt. E. L. Anderson's reply inserted. 

Doubleday, Abner — Hancock, Winfield Scott. — Chancel- 
lorsville and Gettysburg. Extracts from General 
Doubleday 's Monograph with General Hancock's Auto- 
graph notes thereon. Introduction by General Webb. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, January-February, 191 1. 

pp. 101-117. 

Dougherty, Michael. — Prison Diary of Michael Dougherty 
Late Co. B, 13th Pa. Cavalry, while confined in Pember- 
ton, Barrett's, Libby, Andersonville and other Southern 
Prisons. Sole Survivor of 127 of his Regiment Captured 
the Same Time, 122 Dying in Andersonville. 

Bristol, Pa. : Chas. A. Dougherty, Printer. 1908. 8vo. pp. 75 (1). 

Douglas, Henry Kyd. — Stonewall Jackson, between his 
deathbed and his grave. An abstract from some un- 
published papers. By a Staff Officer. 

Baltimore: Southern Magazine, April, 1874. pp. — 

Autograph letter of Major Douglas, C. S. A. 

Douthal, Robert William. — Gettysburg: A Battle Ode 
Descriptive of the Grand Charge of the Third Day, July 
3, 1863. By Robert William Douthal (now Professor in 
the West Virginia University). The Gettysburg "Battle 
Lecturer," one of Pickett's Captains and the only one of 
the Ten Captains in his Regiment who came out of the 
charge unhurt. 

New York and Washington : The Neale Publishing Co. 1905. l2mo. pp. 30. 

Dowley, M. Francis. — History and Honorary Roll of the 
Twelfth Regiment Infantry N. G. S. N. Y. containing 
a full and accurate account of the various changes through 
which the organization has passed since the date of its 
formation in 1847 to the present ; also biographical sketches 
of Generals Butterfield, Ward and Barlow, and Rev. 
Stephem H. Tyng, Jr., as well as the names and rank of 
several hundred members of the "twelfth" who rose to 
distinction during the War for the suppression of the 
Great Rebellion. 

New York. 1869. i2mo. pp. XII. 216. 

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Dowling, Morgan E. — Southern Prisons, or Josie, the 
heroine of Florence, Four Years of battle and imprison- 
ment, Richmond, Atlanta, Belle Isle, Andersonville and 
Florence. A complete history of all southern prisons 
embracing a thrilling episode of romance and love, with 
illustrations by Morgan E. Dowling. 

(Motto.) Detroit: Published by William Graham. 1870. 8vo. pp. XII.-506. 

Downes, William Howe. — The Tin Army of the Potomac, 

or a Kindergarten of War, by William Howe Downes. 
Boston: S. E. Cassino. (1888.) Oblong 4to. pp. 38. 
Illustrations by J. F. Goodridge. 

Downs, E. C. — Four Years a Scout and Spy. "General 
Bunker," one of Lieut.-General Grant's most daring and 
successful scouts, being a narrative of the thrilling adven- 
tures, narrow escapes, noble daring, and amusing incidents 
in the experience of Corporal Ruggles during four years' 
service as a scout and spy for the federal army : embracing 
his services for twelve of the most distinguished generals 
in the U. S. Army. By E. C. Downs. 

Zanesville, Ohio: Published by Hugh Dunne. 1866. 8vo. pp. XII. 5-404. 

Illustrated. 

Doyle, Edward. — The American Soldier. A Poem by 

Edward Doyle. 
New York City: The Uptown Visitor Publishing Co. i6mo. pp. 30. 
Second Edition. 1897 * * * 

Doyle, Joseph B. — In Memoriam, Edwin McMasters Stanton. 
His Life and Work, with account of dedication of Bronze 
Statue in his Native City. By Joseph B. Doyle. 

Steubenville, O. : The Herald Printing Company. 191 1. 8vo. pp. 405. 

Drake, Charles Daniel. — Camp Jackson: Its History and 
Significance. Oration of Charles D. Drake, delivered in 
the city of St. Louis, May 11, 1863, on the Anniversary of 
the capture of Camp Jackson to which is subjoined his 
reply to the Missouri Republican's attack upon him, on 
account of that oration. 

St. Louis. 1863. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Presentation copy. Autograph letter of Chief Justice Drake. 

Drake, Edwin L. — Chronological Summary of Engagements 

and battles in the western armies of the Confederacy. 
Nashville, Tenn. (1879.) 8vo. pp. 97. 

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Drake, Edwin L. — The Annals of the Army of the Tennes- 
see and early western history, including a chronological 
summary of battles and engagements in the western 
armies of the Confederacy. Edited by Dr. Edwin L. 
Drake, Lieutenant-Colonel C. S. A. Volume I. April- 
December, 1878. 

Nashville, Tenn.: Printed by A. D. Haynes. 1879. 8vo. pp. VI. 1-434. 
Chronological Summary pp. 199. Publication ceased with Vol. I. 
Autograph letters of Col. Drake, circulars, cases, etc., inserted. Unique. 

Drake, James Madison. — Fast and Loose in Dixie, an un- 
prejudiced narrative of personal experience as a prisoner 
of war at Libby, Macon, Savannah, and Charleston, 
with an account of a desperate leap from a moving train 
of cars, a weary tramp of forty five days through swamps 
and mountain places and people visited, etc. By J. 
Madison Drake, Captain Ninth New Jersey Veteran 
Vols, and Brevet Brig.-General N. G. N. J. 

New York: The Author's Publishing Company. 1880. i2mo. pp. XII. 310. 

Drake, James Madison. — Narrative of the Capture, 
Imprisonment and Escape of J. Madison Drake, Captain 
Ninth New Jersey Volunteers. (Dedication.) 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 94. Presentation copy. Autograph letter of Capt. Drake. 

Drake, James Madison. — The History of the Ninth New 
Jersey Veteran Vols. A record of its service from 
Sept. 13th, 1861, to July 12th, 1865, with a complete 
official roster and sketches of prominent members, with 
anecdotes, incidents and thrilling reminiscences. By 
Captain J. Madison Drake, Bvt. Brig.-General N. J. 
Illustrated. 

Elizabeth, N. J.: Journal Printing House. 1889. 8vo. pp. 501. 

Drake, James Vaulx. — Life of General Robert Hatton. 
including his most important public speeches; together 
with much of his Washington and Army Correspondence. 
By James Vaulx Drake. 

Nashville, Tenn.: Marshall & Bruce. 1867. 8vo. pp. XI. 1-458. 

Published for the Author. 

Drake, Samuel Adams. — Decisive Events in American 
History. The Battle of Gettysburg 1863. By Samuel 
Adams Drake. 

(Motto.) Boston: Lee & Shepard, Publishers. 1892. i6mo. pp. 178. 

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Draper, John William. — History of the American Civil 
War. By John William Draper, M. D., LL. D., in three 
volumes : 

Vol. I. Containing the Causes of the War and the events preparatory 
to it, up to the close of President Buchanan's Administration. 

pp. xv. 17-567. 

Vol. II. Containing the events from the Inauguration of President 
Lincoln to the Proclamation of Emancipation of the Slaves, 
pp. XV. 13-614. 

Vol. III. Containing the events from the Proclamation of Emancipa- 
tion of the slaves to the end of War. pp. XVI. 17-701. 

New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. 1867, 1868, 1870. 

Autograph note of Author. 

Dresser, Horace E. — The Battle Record of the American 

Rebellion. By Horace E. Dresser, A. M. 
New York. (1863.) 8vo. pp. 72. 

Driggs, George W. — Opening of the Mississippi, or two 
years campaigning in the Southwest. A record of the 
Campaigns, Sieges, Actions and Marches in which the 
8th Wisconsin Volunteers have participated together with 
correspondence. By a non-commissioned officer. 

Madison, Wis. 1864. 8vo. pp. 149. Autograph of Col. Jefferson. 

Drowne, Henry Russell — Blake, George H. — Our Paper 
Money: "Greenbacks." By Henry Russell Drowne and 
George H. Blake. The American Numismatic and 
Archaeological Society. 1906- 1907. 

n. p. Ry. 8vo. pp. 59-88. 

DuBose, John Witherspoon. — General Joseph Wheeler 
and the Army of Tennessee. By John Witherspoon 
DuBose, Author of "The Life and Times of Yancy" and 
of other books. 

New York: The Neale Publishing Company. 1912. 8vo. pp. 476. 

Autograph of General Wheeler. 

Dudley, Dean. — Officers of Our Union Army and Navy. 

Their lives, Their portraits. Vol. I. 
L. Prang & Co., Publishers. (1862.) i6mo. pp. VIII.-148. 
Note of Publishers inserted stating that but one volume was issued. 

Dudley, Edgar Swartwout. — A Reminiscence of Washington 
and Early Attack in 1864, read before the Ohio Com- 
mandery of the Loyal Legion of the United States, by 
Edgar S. Dudley, First Lieutenant Second United States 
Artillery. December 5, 1883. 

Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson, Printer. 1884. 8vo. pp. 22. 

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Dudley, John L. — Taylor, J. — Discourse and Memorial. 

i. Discourse on the death of Gen. Joseph K. F. Mansfield preached 
in the South Congregational Church, Middletown, on Sabbath 
evening, September 28, 1862, by Rev. John L. Dudley. Middle- 
town, Conn.: D. Barnes. 1862. pp. 31. 
2. Memorial of Gen. J. K. F. Mansfield, United States Army, who 
fell in battle at Sharpsburg, Md., Sept. 17, 1862. Boston: T R. 
Marvin & Son. 1862. pp. 67. 
8vo. Autograph note of Rev. Mr. Dudley. 

Dudley, G. W. — The Battle of Corinth, October 3-4, 1862. 
Including also the Battle at Davis' Bridge, on Hatchie, 
and Skirmish at the Tuscumbia, October 5, 1862. By G. 
W. Dudley. (Illustrated.) 

Iuka, Miss.: Vidette Print, n. d. 8vo. pp. 22. 

Dudley, William Wade. — 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. 1879. 8vo. pp. 15. 100 copies privately printed. 

Presentation copy. Autograph note of Gen. Dudley. 

Duff, W. H. — Terrors and Horrors of Prison Life, or Six 
Months a Prisoner at Camp Chase, Ohio. By W. H. Duff. 
Lake Charles, La.: Orphan Helper Print. 8vo. pp. 51. (Errata I.) 

Duff, W. H. — The Truth. A Piano in Confederate Trenches. 
McPheely and his Pioneers. A Romantic Story of the 
Siege of Jackson, Mississippi, July, 1863. By W. H. Duff. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 19. 

Duffy, Edward. — History of the 159/ra Regiment, N. Y. S. V. 

Compiled from the Diary of Lieut. Edward Duffy. 
New York. 1890. i2mo. pp. 48. 

Dufur, S. M. — Over the Dead Line, or Tracked by Blood 
Hounds. Giving the Author's personal experience during 
eleven months that he was confined in Pemberton, Libby, 
Belle Island, Andersonville, Ga., and Florence, S. C, as 
a Prisoner of War. Describing plans of escape, arrival of 
prisoners, his escape and recapture; with numerous and 
varied incidents and anecdotes of his prison life. By S. 
M. Dufur, Company B, 1st Vermont Cavalry, War of 
1861-65. 

Burlington, Vt. : Printed by Free Press Association. 1902. 

8vo. pp. VIII. 1-283. 

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Dugan, James. — History of Hurlbut's Fighting Fourth 
Division, and especially the marches, toils, privations, 
adventures, skirmishes, and battles of the Fourteenth 
Illinois Infantry; together with camp-scenes, anecdotes, 
battles, incidents; also a description of the towns, cities, 
and countries through which their marches have extended 
since the commencement of the War, to which is added 
official reports of the Battles in which they were engaged ; 
with portraits of many distinguished officers. By James 
Dugan, of Company B, Fourteenth Illinois. 

Cincinnati: Published by E. Morgan & Co. MDCCCLXIII. 
l6mo. pp. VIII.-9 265. 

Duganne, Augustine Joseph Hickey. — Camps and Prisons: 

Twenty months in the Department of the Gulf. 
New York. 1865. i2mo. pp. 424. Third Edition. 

Duganne, Augustine Joseph Hickey — The Fighting 
Quakers. A true story of the War for Our Union. By 
A. J. H. Duganne, with letters from the brothers to their 
mother, and a funeral sermon by Rev. O. B. Frothingham. 
By authority of the Bureau of Military Record. 

New York: J. P. Robens. 1866. i2mo. pp. 116. 

Duke, Basil W. — History of Morgan's Cavalry. By Basil 
W. Duke. 

Cincinnati. 1867. 8vo. pp. VIII.-578. 

Duke, Basil W. — Morgan's Cavalry. By Basil W. Duke- 

Illustrated. 
New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. 1906. 
8vo. pp. X. 441. 

Duke, Basil W. — Reminiscences of General Basil W. Duke, 
C. S. A. Author of Morgan's Cavalry and History of the 
Bank of Kentucky. 

Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page & Company. 191 1. 

8vo. pp. XII. 1-352. Autograph letter of Author. 

Dunaway, Wayland Fuller. — Reminiscences of a Rebel. 
By the Rev. Wayland Fuller Dunaway, D. D., Formerly 
Captain of Co. I, 40th Va. Regt., Army of Northern 
Virginia. 

New York: The Neale Publishing Company. 19 13. i2mo. pp. 133. 

251 



Duncan, Louis C. — The Medical Department of the West. 

Chickamauga. By Louis C. Duncan, Medical Corps, 

U. S. Army. 
The Military Surgeon, October, 1912. pp. 337-397. 

Duncan, Louis C. — The Greatest Battle of the War: 
Gettysburg. By Louis C. Duncan, Captain Medical 
Corps, U. S. Army. 

The Military Surgeon, September-November, 1913. Vol. XXXIII., Nos. 3-5. 

pp. 201-228 401-429. 

Dungan, J. Irvine. — History of the Nineteenth Regiment 

Iowa Volunteer Infantry. By J. Irvine Dungan. 
Davenport, Iowa: Publishing House of Lure & Grigg. 1865. 
i2mo. pp. VIII. 187. 

Dunkelberger, Charles. — Random Recollections of 
Rebeldom. 

(Philadelphia. 1889.) 8vo. pp. 23. 

Dunkelberger, Charles. — Random Recollections of 
Rebeldom. 

(Philadelphia. 1890.) i8mo. pp. 21. Privately printed. 

Dunlap, Alice F. — A Bullet from the Battlefield of 
Mission Ridge. By Alice F. Dunlap, Chattanooga, 
Tennessee. 

n. p. (1895.) i2mo. pp. (7). 

Dunlop, James N. — Reply of Jas. N. Dunlop, Esq., at Banquet 
Va. Div., A. N. V., Oct. 29, 1879, to the Cavalry of the 
Army of Northern Virginia. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 4. 

Dunlop, W. S. — Lee's Sharpshooters, or the forefront of 
Battle. A Story of Southern valor that has never been 
told. By Major W. S. Dunlop. 

Little Rock, Ark.: Tunnah & Pollard, Printers. 1899. i2mo. pp. 488. 

Duparcq, Ed. Dela Barre. — Elements of Military Art and 
History comprising the History and Tactics of the 
Separate Arms; The Combination of the Arms; and the 
minor operations of war. By Ed. dela Barre Duparcq, 
Captain of Engineers in the Army of France, Professor 
of Military Art in the Imperial School of Saint-Cyr. 
Translated and edited by Brig. -Gen. George W. Cullum. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1863. 8vo. pp. 456. 

252 



Durand, John. — Grant and His Generals. Containing 
portraits and biographical sketches of Lieut.-General 
Grant and his Generals and illustrious Military Officers, 
together with the portraits and biographical sketches of 
Celebrated Naval heroes, Statesmen and Civilians. 

New York: John Durand & Company. 1865. 4*0. pp. 486. 

Durgin, George W. — How the Fourth Wisconsin Volunteers 
Served a Year Over Time. (A sketch of the Regiment.) 
Philadelphia: The Times, April 2, 1887. i2mo. pp. (17). 

Duryea, Joseph T. — An Oration commemorative of the 
Restoration of the Union, with a tribute to the Alumni 
and Under-Graduates of the College of New Jersey, who 
fell in the National Struggle, delivered Tuesday, June 
26th, 1866, at the request of the Trustees of the College, 
by the Rev. Joseph T. Duryea. Roll of the Alumni and 
former students of the College of New Jersey who served 
in the Army or Navy of the United States in the War for 
the Union. Published by request of the Trustees. 

Philadelphia. 1866. 8vo. pp. 70. 1867. pp. 71-101 (1). 

Dutton, Clarence Edward. — The Ordnance Department. 

By Major C. E. Dutton, Ordnance Dept., U. S. A. 
Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, Sept., 1894. pp. 1083-1092. 

Duyckinck, Evert Augustus. — National History of the 
War for the Union, Civil, Military and Naval, founded 
on official and other authentic documents. By Evert A. 
Duyckinck. Illustrated with highly-finished steel en- 
gravings, including battle scenes by sea and land, and full- 
length portraits of Naval and Military heroes, from 
original paintings by Alonzo Chappel and Thomas Nast. 
In three volumes. 

New York: Johnson, Fry & Company. (1868.) 

Vol. I. pp. II., 5-620. 4to. Vol. II, pp. II., 1-660. Vol. Ill, pp. II., 1-642. 

Dwight, H. C. — How We Fight at Atlanta. 

Harper's Magazine, Oct., 1864. pp. — 

Dwight, Timothy. — A Discourse on the Life and Character 
of Captain William Wheeler. Delivered in the Third 
Congregational Church, New Haven, July 17th, 1864, by 
Rev. Timothy Dwight, Professor in Yale College. 

New Haven: Press of Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor. 1864. 8vo. pp. 23. 

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Dwight, Wilder. — Life and Letters of Wilder Dwight, 

Lieut.-Col. Second Mass. Inf. Vols. 
(Motto.) Boston: Ticknor & Field. 1868. 8vo. pp. VII. 1-349 (2)- 
Autograph letter of Col. Dwight. July 13, 1862. 

Dye, John Smith. — History of the Plots and Crimes of the 
Great Conspiracy to overthrow liberty in America. 
Complete in one volume. By John Smith Dye. 

New York: Published by the Author. 1866. 8vo. pp. IV. 1-364 (4). 

Dye, John Smith. — History of the Plots and Crimes of the 
Great Conspiracy to overthrow liberty in America. 
Compiled in one volume. By John Smith Dye. 

New York: Published by the Author. 1866. 8vo. pp. VI. 1-364 (4). 

(Contains Grant and Sherman Campaigns, etc.) 

Dye, John Smith. — Life and Public Services of Gen. U. S. 

Grant. The Nation's choice for President in 1868. By 

Deacon Dye. 
Philadelphia: Samuel Loag, Printer. 1868. 8vo. pp. 48. 
Portrait of Gen. Grant inserted. 

Dyer, Alexander Brydie. — Fourth Regiment of Artillery. 

By First Lieut. Alexander B. Dyer, Fourth Artillery. 
Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, pp. 843-867. 

Dyer, Elisha. — Annual Reports of the Adjutant-General of 
the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations for 
the Year 1865. Corrected, revised and republished in 
accordance with provisions of Chapters 705 and 767 of the 
Public Laws. By Brigadier-General Elisha Dyer, Adjutant- 
General. 

Providence: E. L. Freeman & Sons, Printers to the State. 1893. 

Vol. I. pp. XII. (4) 1-867. Vol. II. pp. X. 1 1434. 4to. 2 Vols. 

Dyer, Frederick H. — A Compendium of the War of the 

Rebellion. By Frederick H. Dyer. 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa: The Torch Press, n. d. 4to. pp. 1796. 

D. T. J. — Life in the Union Army, or no tings and reminiscences 
of a two years' volunteer. A Rhythmical history of the 
Fifteenth N. Y. Volunteer Engineers, Colonel John 
McLeod Murphy, during its recent two years' Campaign 
in and about Washington, and the State of Virginia, by 
Don Pedro Quaerendo Reminisco, a private in the ranks.' 

n. p. n. d. H. Dexter Hamilton & Co., Agents for the Publisher. 

8vo. pp. 147. 

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"Dead on the Field of Honor," Dedication of the Soldiers' 
Monument at Gorham, Maine, Thursday, October 18th, 
1866. Addresses, Poem, and other exercises. 

Portland: B. Thurston & Company. 1866. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Death of General McClellan. Public Ledger and Daily 

Transcript, Philadelphia, Friday, Oct. 30, 1885. 
(Philadelphia.) 1885. 8vo. pp. (3.) 

Declaration of the Immediate Causes which induce and 
justify the Secession of South Carolina from the Federal 
Union; and the Ordinance of Secession. Printed by order 
of the Convention. 

Charleston: Evans & Cogswell, Printers to the Convention, i860. 8vo. pp. 13. 

Dedham. — Dedication of the Memorial Hall in Dedham, 

September 29, 1868, with an Appendix. 
Dedham, Mass.: Printed by John Cox, Jr. 1869. 8vo. pp. 91. 

Dedication of a Soldiers' Monument at Claremont, N. H., 

October 19th, 1869. Proceeding, Speeches, etc. 
Claremont. 1869. 8vo. pp. — 

Dedication of the Equestrian Statue of Major-General 
John Fulton Reynolds erected by the State of Pennsyl- 
vania at Gettysburg, July 1, 1899. 

4to. pp. (44). 

A collection of the Newspaper accounts, tickets, photographs, programmes, etc. 

Unique. 

Dedication of the Equestrian Statue of General U. S. 

Grant, Philadelphia, 1899. 
Philadelphia: Printed by J. B. Lippincott Company. 1899. 
Ceremonies incident to the Unveiling of the Bronze Equestrian Statue of 
General Ulysses S. Grant, erected in Fairmount Park, by the Fairmount 
Park Art Association of Philadelphia, Grant Day, Thursday, April 27, 1899. 

PP- 97 (i)- 

Collection of newspaper cuttings, tickets, cards, etc. (Mounted.) pp. 146. 

Dedication of the Equestrian Statue of Major-General 
Ambrose E. Burnside, in the City of Providence, July 
4, 1887, with the oration of General Horatio Rogers; 
together with some account of General Burnside's funeral, 
and of the movement resulting in the erection of the 
Statue. 

Providence: E. L. Freeman & Son, Printers and Publishers. 1887. 

Ry. 8vo. pp. 60. 

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Dedication of the High Water Mark Tablet at Gettysburg, 

June 2, 1892. 
l2mo. pp. (8). Cards, Circulars, etc. Unique. 

Dedication of the Michigan Monuments on the Battlefield 
at Gettysburg, Pa., Wednesday, June 12th, 1889, under 
the Auspices of the Governor of Michigan and the 
Monument Commission. 

Detroit, Mich. 8vo. pp. (18). 

Dedication of the Monument at Andersonville, Georgia, 
October 23, 1907, in Memory of the Men of Connecticut 
who suffered in Southern Military Prisons 1861-1865. 

Hartford: Published by the State. 1908. 4to. pp. 73. 

Dedication of Monument Erected by Pennsylvania to Com- 
memorate the Charge of General Humphreys' Division, 
Fifth Army Corps, Army of the Potomac, on Marye's 
Heights, Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13th, 1862. 
Dedicatory Ceremonies, November nth, 1908. 

Philadelphia: Press of J. B. Lippincott Company. 1908. 8vo. pp. 30. 

Dedication of the Monument of 27TH Conn. Vols, at 
Gettysburg, October 22d, 1885, including an account of 
the excursion from New Haven to Gettysburg and return. 

New Haven, Conn.: Price, Lee & Co., Printers. 1886. 8vo. pp. 43 (1). 

Dedication of the Monument to the 126TH Regiment N. Y. 
Infantry on the Battlefield of Gettysburg, October 3, 1888. 
Canandaigua, N. Y. n. d. 8vo. pp. 44. 

Dedication of the Monument erected by the Twelfth New 
Jersey Volunteers at Gettysburg. History of the Regiment 
and where it met the enemy. A description of the Battle- 
field, Col. Potter's oration, notes and incidents of the 
dedication. 

Salem, N. J.: The South Jerseyman, June 1, 1886. i2mo. pp. (41). 

Dedication of the Monument of the Sixth Penna. Cavalry, 
"Lancers," on the Battlefield of Gettysburg, October 14, 
1888. 

Philadelphia. 1889. 8vo. pp. 37. 

Dedication of the Monument to the Four New York Com- 
panies (A, B, D and H) of the First Regiment of United 
States Sharpshooters (Berdan's), on the Battlefield of 
Gettysburg, July 2d, 1889. 

Albany: Weed, Parsons & Co., Printers. 1889. 8vo. pp. 44. 

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Dedication of the Monument Erected in Memory of Gen. 
John Bedel, by his Surviving Comrades of the Third 
Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers, at Bath, N. H., 
October ioth, 1888. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 32 (1). 

Dedication of the Monument on Boston Common erected to 
the memory of the men of Boston who died in the Civil War. 
Boston: Printed by order of the Common Council. MXCCCLXXVII. 
Ry. 8vo. pp. 144. 

Dedication of the Ohio Memorials on the Battlefield at 
Gettysburg, Pa., Wednesday, Sept. 14, 1887, under the 
Auspices of the Gettysburg Memorial Commission of Ohio. 

Columbus, O. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Dedication of the Soldiers' Monument, North Haven, 
Conn. Compiled by the Veteran Soldiers' Association. 
1905. 

The New Haven Printing Co. 8vo. pp. 48. 

Dedication of the Soldiers' Monument, Pottsville, Penna. 

Pottsville, Pa.: Daily Republican, October 1, 1891. 

Miners Journal, Oct. 2, 1891. Evening Chronicle, October 2, 1891. 

8vo. pp. (48). Mounted. 

Dedication of the Soldiers' Monument at Cherryfield, Maine, 
July 4, 1874. 

(Motto.) Portland: Bailey & Noyes. 1874. 8vo. pp. 47. 

Dedication of the Soldiers' Monument at Worcester, 

Massachusetts, July 15, A. D. 1874. 
(Motto.) Worcester: Printed by order of the Monument Committee. 
MDCCCLXXV. Ry. 8vo. pp. 90. 

Dedication of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument. The 

procession oration by Rev. J. F. Lovering. 
Gloucester, Mass.: Cape Ann Advertiser, Friday, Sept. 12, 1879. 
8vo. pp. (21). (Mounted.) 

Dedication of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 
Richmond, Va. Comprising: Prayer, Rev. Moses D. 
Hoge, D. D.; Dedicatory Poem, Armistead C. Gordon, 
Esq.; Introductory Address, Hon. D. C. Richardson, 
President Confederate Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument 
Association; Address, Rev. R. C. Cabe. Published by 
order Confederate Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument 
Association, May 30, 1894. 

(Richmond, Va.) 8vo. pp. 25. 

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Dedication of the Soldiers' Monument, July n, 1888, at 

Bedford, Penna. 
Bedford Gazette, July, 1888. i2mo. pp. (63). 
Gives the organization of the Regiments raised in Bedford Co. 

Dedication of the Soldiers' Monument at Cheshire, Conn., 

on the Fourth of July, A. D. 1866. 
New York. 1866. 8vo. pp. 48. 

Dedication of the Statue of The Late Park Commissioner 
Lieut.-Gen. Stephen Dill Lee, C. S. A., Commander-in- 
Chief, U. C. V., in the Vicksburg National Military Park, 
Friday, June II, 1909. 

Vicksburg: Mississippi Printing Company. 8vo. pp. 38. 

Dedication of the Virginia Tablet in the Vicksburg National 
Military Park, Friday Evening, Nov. 22, 1907. Exercises 
in the First Baptist Church, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Vicksburg: Mississippi Ry. Co. 8vo. pp. 24 (4). 

Dedication of the Tomb of Army of Northern Virginia, 
Louisiana Division, and unveiling of Statue of Stonewall 
Jackson at Metairre Cemetery, New Orleans, May 10th, 
1881. 

n. p. Printed by M. F. Dunn & Bro. 188 1. 8vo. pp. 36. 

Dedicatory Ceremonies held on the Battlefield of Manassas 
or Second Bull Run, Virginia, October 20th, 1906, and 
May 30th (Memorial Day) 1907, under the auspices of 
the Veteran Association of the Fifth Regiment of New 
York Volunteer Infantry, "Duryea Zouaves." 

Brooklyn, New York: Eagle Press. (1907.) Sm. 4to. pp. 96. 

Dedicatory Services at the Unveiling of the Bronze Statue of 
Maj.-Gen. G. K. Warren, at Little Round Top, Gettys- 
burg, Pa., August 8, 1888. 

n. p. n. d. Sm. 4to. pp. 93. 

Department of Arms and Trophies, Metropolitan Fair. 
Catalogue of the Museum of Flags, Trophies and Relics 
relating to the Revolution, The War of 1812, The Mexican 
War, and The Present Rebellion ; forming the most Com- 
plete and Interesting Collection ever brought together in 
the United States, to be Exhibited at New York, April 4, 
1864, and on succeeding days, for the Benefit of theUnited 
States Sanitary Commission. 

New York: Charles P. Jones. 1864. 8vo. pp. 109 (1). 

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Department of the Ohio. Extract from consolidated Tri- 
monthly Report of the Department of the Ohio. Com- 
manded by Major-General A. E. Burnside, November 30, 
1863. 

(Washington: A. G. O. 1879.) 8vo. pp. — 25 copies printed. 

Department of the Tennessee. Organization of the Dept. 

of the Tennessee (Major-General U. S. Grant, U. S. Army, 

Commanding) April 30, 1863. 
(Washington: War Records Office. 1885.) 8vo. pp.15. 50 copies printed. 

Department of the Tennessee. Abstract from Returns of 
the Dept. of the Tennessee (Major-General U. S. Grant, 
U. S. Army, Commanding) from April 30, to July 31, 1863. 

(Washington: War Records Office. 1885.) 8vo. pp. 8. 50 copies printed. 

Department of Northern Virginia. Monthly Return of the 
Department of Northern Virginia, Commanded by General 
Robert E. Lee, March 31, 1863. 

(Washington: A. G. O. 1878.) 8vo. pp. 4. 25 copies printed. 

Description of a Design for the Proposed Soldiers' and Sailors' 
Monument to be Erected by the County of Rensselaer, 
at Troy, New York. 

Philadelphia: Craig, Finlay & Co., Printers, n. d. 8vo. pp. 13. 

Description of Banvarf's Geographical Painting of the Missis- 
sippi River, extensively known as the "Three-Mile 
Picture," with new additions of the Naval and Military 
Operations on that River, exhibiting a view of country 
1,500 miles in length, from the mouth of the Missouri to 
the Balize. 

New York: L. H. Bigelow, Printer. 1862. 8vo. pp. 38. 

Description of the ceremony of dedication of the Statue of 
Major-General John Sedgwick, U. S. Volunteers, Colonel 
Fourth U. S. Cavalry, at West Point, N. Y., October 21, 
1868, including the oration of Hon. George W. Curtis on 
the occasion. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand, Publisher. 1869. 8vo. pp. 67. 

Descriptive Catalogue of Lookout Mountain War Relic 
Museum. The largest collection of War Relics in the 
South, collected from all the Southern Battlefields. 
Located opposite Lookout Inn, Lookout Mountain, 
Tennessee, Hardie Bros., Proprietors. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. n. d. 8vo. pp. 30. 

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Descriptive Catalogue of the Cyclorama of the Battles of 
Vicksburg fought May 22, 1863, by the Army of the 
Tennessee, under the Command of Generals Grant, 
McClernard, Sherman, McPherson, and Hurlburt. 
General Pemberton commanding the Confederate forces. 

New York: Seventh Ave. and Fifty-fifth Street. 8vo. pp. 22. 

Descriptive List of the Burial Places of the remains of 
Confederate soldiers who fell in the battles of Antietam, 
South Mountain, Monocacy and other points in Washing- 
ton and Frederick Counties in the State of Maryland. 

Hagerstown, Md.: "Free Press" Print. 1869. 8vo. pp. 84. 

Descriptive Texts to Prang's War Pictures. 
Boston: L. Prang & Co. 1888. l2mo. pp. 58. 

Des Nordamerikanische Krieg Verhefte zum Militar. 

Wochenblatt. 
n. p. n. d. Pt. I. pp. 161-208. Pt. II. pp. 209-254 (1). 8vo. 

Destruction of the City of Columbia, South Carolina. A 

Poem by a lady of Georgia. A true statement of facts. 
Charleston: Joseph Walker, Printer. 1866. i2mo. pp. 24. 

Des Soldaten Hand-Buch. Herausgegeben fur die Vertheidiger 
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Hartford, Conn.: S. Williams & Co. 1865. 8vo. pp. 384. 

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St. Louis, Mo. 1877. 8vo. pp. XI.-488. 

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Eldredge, Daniel.— 1 861 -1865. The Third New Hampshire 
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Washington. 1861. 8vo. pp. 19. 

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New Orleans. 1866. 8vo. pp. 32. 

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Pulaski Guards. Savannah. 1861. pp. 12. 

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July 28, 1861. Savannah. 1861. pp. 22 (1). 
New Wine not to be put into old Bottles. Sermon preached in 
Christ Church, Savannah, Feb. 28, 1862. Savannah. 1862. pp. 18. 
Our cause in harmony with the purposes of God in Christ Jesus. 
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Funeral Services at the burial of the Right Rev. Leonidas Polk, 
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8. Vain is the help of man. Sermon preached September 15, 1864. 
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(Motto.) Savannah: Power Press of John M. Cooper & Co. 1862. 

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Ellis, Daniel. — Petition of Captain Daniel Ellis, praying 
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40th Congress, 1st Session, Senate, Miscellaneous Document. No. 6. 1867. 

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Ellis, Daniel. — Thrilling Adventures of Daniel Ellis, 
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nearly four years during the Great Southern Rebellion. 
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(Motto.) New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. 1867. i2mo. pp. 340- 

Ellis, George Edward. — Memoir of Luther V. Bell, M. D., 
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Boston: Printed by John Wilson & Son. 1863. Ry. 8vo. pp. 75. 

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Ellis, Edward S. — The Camp Fires of General Lee, from the 
Peninsula to Appomattox Court House, with Reminis- 
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Philadelphia: Henry Harrison & Co. (1887.) l2mo. pp. 414. 

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Emerson, Edward W. — Life and Letters of Charles 
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Emilio, Luis Fenollosa. — History of the Fifty-Fourth 
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Boston: The Boston Book Company. 1894. 8vo. pp. XVI. 1-452. (Map.) 

Emilio, Luis Fenollosa. — History of the Fifty-Fourth 
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Boston: The Boston Book Company. 1891. 8vo. pp. XVI. 1-410. 

Emilio, Luis Fenoll6sa. — Roanoke Island: Its Occupation, 
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n. p. Printed for the Association. 1891. Sm. 4to. pp.18. 

Emilio, Luis Fenollosa. — The Assault on Fort Wagner, 
July 18, 1863. The Memorable Charge of the Fifty-fourth 
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Boston: Rand, Avery Company. 1887. 8vo. pp. 16. 

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Emilio, Luis Fenollosa. — The Emilio Collection of 
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Salem, Mass.: The Essex Institute. 191 1. 8vo. pp. 264. 

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Emmerton, James Arthur. — A Record of the Twenty- 
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Boston: William Ware & Co. 1886. 8vo. pp. XX. 1-352. 

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La Crosse, Wis. 1881. i2mo. pp. 128. 

Erb, William S. S.— Extracts from "The Battles of the 19th 
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Washington, D. C: Judd & Detwiler, Printers. 1893. i2mo. pp. 48. 

Erdman, W. J. — A Cavalry Raid. Poem delivered before the 
Alumni of Hamilton College, July 18, 1866, by Rev. W. 
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Fayetteville: Printed by F. A. Darling. 1866. 8vo. pp. 14. 

Ernest, Grasset. — La Guerre de Secession 1 861 -1865, par 
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Paris: Librairie Militaire de 1. Baudoin et Ce. 1886. 1887. i2mo. 

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Errickson, C. Stoctly. — Life of General Robert Edmund 
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(Motto.) Philadelphia: Barclay & Co. 1870. 8vo. pp. 44. 

Erskine, Charles M. — Life in a Rebel Prison, or the ex- 
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Philadelphia: Craig, Finley & Co., Printers. 1883. 8vo. pp. 34. 

Ertter, Adam. — The Blue and Gray at Gettysburg. A 
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Gettysburg, Pa.: Adam Ertter, Publisher. (1899.) 8vo. pp. 55. 

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Erwin, Lewis D. — Anderson, W. W. — Report of L. D. Erwin 
and W. W. Anderson, Commissioners to disburse the money 
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Estvan, B. — War Pictures from the South. By B. Estvan, 
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i2mo. Vol. I. pp. XIII. (1) 1-310. Vol. II. pp. X. 1-320. 2 Vols. 

Evans, Augusta. — Macaria, or Altars of Sacrifice. By the 

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(Motto.) Richmond: West & Johnston. 1864., 8vo. pp.183. 
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Evans, Clement A. — Confederate Military History. A 
Library of Confederate States History in Thirteen 
Volumes, written by distinguished men of the South, and 
edited by Gen. Clement A. Evans, of Georgia. 

Atlanta, Ga.: Confederate Publishing Company. 1899. 8vo. 

Vol. I. pp. XIX. 1-737- Vol. VII. pp. IV. 1-452 278. 

Vol. II. pp. IV. 1-184 138. Vol. VIII. pp. IV. 1-348. 

Vol. III. pp. V. 1-692. Vol. IX. pp. VIII. 1-224 225. 

Vol. IV. pp. V. 1-354- Vol. X. pp. VII. 1-419. 

Vol. V. pp. V. 1-424. Vol. XI. pp. VII. 1-268. 

Vol. VI. pp. VI. 1-461. Vol. XII. pp. IV. 1-551. 

Vol. XIII. Biographical Supplement, pp. 297. 

13 Vols. 

Evans, James W. — Keith, A. Wendell. — Autobiography of 
Samuel S. Hildebrand, the renowned Missouri "Bush- 
wacker," and unconquerable Rob Roy of America; being 
his complete Confession recently made to the writers, and 
carefully compiled by James W. Evans and A. Wendell 
Keith, M. D., of St. Francois County, Mo., together with 
all the facts connected with his early history. 

Jefferson City, Mo. 1870. i2mo. pp. 312. 

Evans, Thomas Wiltberger. — La Commission Sanitaire 
des Etats Unis son origine, son organisation, et ses re- 
sultats avec une notice sur les hopitaux militaires aux 
etats-unis et sur la reforme sanitaire dans les armees 
Europeunnes sar Thomas W. Evans. 

Paris: E. Dentu, Librairie-Editeur. 1865. 

Imp. 8vo. pp. XIX. 1- 178. (5 Plates.) Presentation copy from Author. 

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Evans, Thomas Wiltberger. — Essais D' Hygiene at de The- 
rapeutique militaires presentes a la commission sanitaire 
des Etats-unis annotes et publies en francais par Thomas 
W. Evans. 

Paris: Victor Masson et Fils, Librairies-Editeurs. n. d. 

Imp. 8vo. pp. VII. 1-585 (1). Presentation copy from Author. 

Everts, Hermann. — A Complete and Comprehensive His- 
tory of the Ninth Regiment, New Jersey Vol. Infantry 
from its first organization to its final muster out. 

Newark, N. J. 1865. 8vo. pp. 197. 

Ewer, James K. — The Third Massachusetts Cavalry in the 
War for the Union. By Rev. James K. Ewer, Company 
C, Third Mass. Cav. Published by direction of the 
Historical Committee of the Regimental Association. 
1903. 

(Maplewood) 1903. 8vo. pp. 452. Roster, pp. CXIV. (3). 

Autograph note of Author. 

Ewing, E. E. — The Story of the Ninety-First read at a re- 
union of the Ninety-first Regiment, Ohio Volunteer 
Infantry, held at Portsmouth, Ohio, April 8, 1868, in 
response to the toast "Our bond of union." 

Portsmouth. 1868. i6mo. pp. 25. Autograph note of Author. 

Ewing, E. W. R. — Northern Rebellion and Southern 

Secession. By E. W. R. Ewing, LL. D. 
Richmond, Va.: J. L. Hill Company. 1904. 8vo. pp. 383. 

Ewing, Thomas. — Letter to His Excellency Benj. Stanton, 
Lieut.-Governor of Ohio, in answer to his letter of Nov. 4, 
Relative to charges against our Generals who fought the 
battle of Shiloh, on the 6th of April, 1862. 

Columbus, O.: R. Nevins, Printer. 1862. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Ewing, Thomas, Jr. — Address in defence of J. Cushing 
Edmands, late Colonel 32d Massachusetts Infantry 
Volunteers, to the General Court Martial, of which Major- 
General J. B. Ricketts is President, sitting at Annapolis, 
Maryland, September, 1865. Tried on charges of violation 
of Orders and of neglect of duty to the prejudice of good 
order and military discipline. 

Washington: Printed by R. A. Waters. 1865. 8vo. pp. 1 3. 

274 



Exley, Thomas M. — A Compendium of the Pay of the Army 
from 1785 to 1888. Compiled under the direction of the 
Paymaster-General of the Army, by Thomas M. Exley, 
Chief Examiner, Paymaster-General's Office. 1888. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1888. 8vo. pp. 57. 

East Maine Conference Seminary. War Record. 

Boston: Printed by Albert J. Wright. 1877. 8vo. pp. 54. 

Echoes from the Gun of 186 i. A Book for boys. Sunset 

Stories No. 3. 
(Motto.) Boston: Loring, Publisher. 1864. i2mo. pp. 246. 

Eldridge Collection. Catalogue of a Remarkable Collection 
of Books, Pamphlets, Broadsides and Manuscripts of 
Hartford, Conn., offered for sale by Wm. H. Murray, 
Hartford, Conn. 

Catalogue of thellnequaled and Unique Collection of Relics 
and Trophies of the American Civil War, formed by 
Lieut. James W. Eldridge, 127th N. Y. S. V., offered for 
sale by William H. Murray, New York, N. Y. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. Part I. pp. 106. Part II. pp. 38. 

Eleventh Army Corps Banquet, New York, Nov. 17, 1904. 

Cup to Hamlin. 
Bangor, Maine: Press of the Thos. W. Burr Printing Co. n. d. 8vo. pp. 13. 

Elmira as a Prison Camp. 

1. Where over ten thousand confederate soldiers were confined, etc. 

2. Burying the rebel dead, etc. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. (26). (Mounted.) 

Engineers Department U. S. Army. List of publications of 
the Engineer Department U. S. Army, including reports 
of explorations, etc., conducted under other branches of 
the Department of War. 

Washington. 1876. 8vo. pp. — 

Entire Devotedness to God. 

Richmond, Va.: Presbyterian Committee of Publication. i8mo. pp. 4. 

Enumeration of Soldiers and Sailors of the Late War 

Residing in Wisconsin June 20, 1885. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 387. 

Erection and Dedication of the Soldiers' and Sailors' 
Monument in the Army and Navy lot in Mount Hope 
Cemetery belonging to the City of Boston. 

Boston. 1867. 8vo. pp. 144. 

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Essex County Regiment. A Directory of the Commissioned 
and Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates of each 
Company attached to the Fourteenth Regiment Heavy 
Artillery Massachusetts Volunteers, Col. Wm. B. Greene, 
Commanding, Stationed at the Forts near Washington. 
Compiled and published by "Typo." 

Lawrence, Mass. : American Office Geo. S. Merrill, Printer. 1862. 8vo. pp.32. 

(Specimen of the money of the Regiment inserted.) 

Evidence Taken Before the Committee of the House of 
Representatives, appointed to inquire into the treatment 
of prisoners at Castle Thunder. 

(Richmond. 1863.) 8vo. pp. 58. 

Executive and Congressional Directory of the Confederate 
States, 1861-1865. (Compiled from Official Records.) 
•Record and Pension Office. 1899. 

(Washington. 1899.) 8vo. pp.12. 100 copies printed. 

Exercises attending the dedication of the monument of the 
Twelfth (Webster) Regiment at Gettysburg, October 8, 
1885. Introductory Speech by Comrade Benj. F. Cook. 
Dedicatory address by Comrade George Kimball. Poem 
by Comrade John E. Gilman. 

Boston: Edward F. Rollins, Printer. (1885.) Ry. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Newspaper cuttings, circulars, etc., 

Exercises at the Dedication of the Monument to Colonel Robert 
Gould Shaw and the Fifty-fourth Regiment of Massa- 
chusetts Infantry, May 31, 1897. Published by order of 
the City Council of Boston. 

Boston: Municipal Printing Office. 1897. Ry. 8vo. pp. 71. 

Exercises at the Presentation to the Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts of a Bronze Relief of General Thomas G. 
Stevenson, December 7, 1905. 

Boston: Printed for the Memorial Association. 1906. 8vo. pp. 61. 

Privately printed. 

Exercises at the unveiling of the Mural Tablet erected in the 
College of the City of New York, by the Alumni to the 
memory of those of their number who fell in the service of 
their Country during the late Civil War. 

n. p. R. C. Root, Anthony & Co. 1875. 4*0. pp. 12. 

Exercises connected with the unveiling of the Ellsworth 
Monument at Mechanicville, May 27, 1874. (Portrait.) 
Albany, N. Y.: Joel Munsell. 1875. 8vo. pp. 85. 

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Exercises held at the Dedication of the Soldiers' Monument, 

Memorial Day, 1882. Easton, Mass. With appendix. 
Easton: Printed at the office of the Easton Journal. 1882. 8vo. pp. 71. 

Expenses incurred by the States in defence of the United States. 
55th Congress, 1st Session. Senate Document No. 133. n. d. 8vo. pp. 58. 

Extra Evening Journal, Philadelphia, July 4, 1863. Official 
Dispatch from Gen. Meade. Repulse of the Rebels. 
3000 Prisoners Captured. Headquarters Army of the 
Potomac, near Gettysburg, July 3, 8.30 P. M. 

4to. pp. 1. 

Extracts from Army Regulations, Standing Orders for the 
March and in Camp, Rules for health, etc. Compiled 
and printed for the use of the Third Brigade, (Gen. 
Butterfield's) Porter's Division, Army of the Potomac. 
Camp at Hall's Hill, Va. March, 1862. 

Washington: Henry Polkinhorn, Printer. 1862. 48mo. pp. 104. 

(Contains a roster of the Brigade and the officers, Gen. Humphreys copy with 

his autograph, Nov. 30, 1862.) 

Extract from the History of the Third Regiment R. I. 
Heavy Artillery. Published in the Adjutant-General's 
Report of the State of Rhode Island. (Reprint of 1865.) 
1893. Printed by the Third Rhode Island Veteran 
Association for its Members. 

Providence: E. L. Freeman & Son, Printers to the State. 1894. 8vo. pp.23. 

Extracts from the Military History of Gen. Thomas W. Egan. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 18 (1). 

Fagan, William Long. — Southern War Songs. Camp-fire, 
Patriotic and Sentimental. Collected and arranged by 
W. L. Fagan. Illustrated. 

New York: M. T. Richardson & Co. 1890. Ry. 8vo. pp. 389. 

Fairchild, C. B. — History of the 27TH Regiment N. Y. Vols. 
Being a record of its more than two years of service in the 
War for the Union, from May 21st, 1861, to May 31st, 
1863, with a complete roster, and short sketches of Com- 
manding officers, also a Record of experience and suffering 
of some of the Comrades in Libby and other Rebel 
Prisons. Compiled by C. B. Fairchild. of Company "D." 
Published under the direction of the following Committee : 
Gen. H. W. Slocum, Capt. C. A. Wells. 

Binghamton, N. Y.: Carl & Matthews, Printers. (1888.) 

8vo. pp. IX. 1-303 (1). 

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Fairfield, S. H. — The Eleventh Kansas at Platte Bridge. By 

S. H. Fairfield. 
Kansas State Historical Society, n. d. 8vo. pp. 352-362. 

Fales, Samuel Bradford. — (Memoriam.) 

(Philadelphia. 1880.) 8vo. pp. 19. 

300 copies privately printed. Autograph letter and portrait inserted. 

Fallon, John T. — List of Synonyms of Organizations in the 
Volunteer Service of the United States during the years 
1 861, '62, '63, '64, and '65. Compiled under the direction 
of Brigadier-General Richard C. Drum, Adjutant-General 
United States Army, by John T. Fallon, of the Adjutant- 
General's Office. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1885. 8vo. pp. 301. (Errata.) 

Falls, William Henry. — A Memorial Sketch of William 
Clendenin, M. D. By William Henry Falls, M. D. 
Delivered before the Alumni Association of the Miami 
Medical College, March 11, 1886. 

Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co., Printers. 1886. 8vo. pp. 14. 

Fanning, Thomas W. — The Adventures of a Volunteer. 

By a non-commissioned officer. 
Cincinnati, O. 1863. 12 mo. pp. 94. 

Fanning, Thomas W. — The Hairbreadth Escapes and 
Humorous Adventures of a Volunteer in the Cavalry 
service, by one of them who has been under Generals 
Grant, Lew.Wallace, Sherman, Halleck, Rousseau, Thomas 
and Kilpatrick. 

Cincinnati. 1865. 8vo. pp. — 

Farley, Joseph Pearson. — West Point in the Early Sixties, 
with incidents of the War. By Joseph Pearson Farley, 
U. S. Army. 

Troy, N. Y.: Pafreats Book Company. 1902. 8vo. pp. VII. 1-201. 

Farley, Joseph Pearson. — Three Rivers: The James, The 
Potomac, The Hudson. A Retrospect of Peace and War. 
By Joseph Pearson Farley, U. S. A. 

New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. 19 10. 

8vo. pp. 277. Autograph letter of Author. 

278 



Farley, Porter. — The 140TH New York Volunteers. Wilder- 
ness, May 5th, 1864. 

(Rochester, N. Y.) n. d. 481110. pp. 38. 
Privately printed. Autograph letter of Author. 

Farley, Porter. — Reminiscences of the 140TH Regiment 

New York Volunteer Infantry. By Porter Farley. 
Rochester, N. Y.: Democrat and Chronicle. 1877-78. 
Ry. 8vo. pp. (96). (Mounted.) Autograph note of Adjutant Farley. 

Farmer, H. H. — Virginia Before and During the War. 

By H. H. Farmer, M. D. 
Henderson, Ky.: Published by the Author. 1892. 8vo. pp. 102. 

Farrar, Canon.- Eulogy on General Grant delivered at 
Westminster Abbey, London, August 4th, 1885. By 
Canon Farrar. 

New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, n. d. 48mo. pp. 36. 

Farrar, J. R. — Johnny Reb: The Confederate. 
Richmond. 1869. 8vo. pp. 22. Autograph note of Author. 

Farrar, J. R. — Rip Van Winkle, or the Virginian that slept 

ten years. 
Richmond. 1869. 8vo. pp. 18. (Errata slip.) 

Farrar, Samuel Clarke. — The Twenty-second Pennsylvania 
Cavalry and the Ringgold Battalion 1 86 1 - 1 865 . Written 
and Compiled by Samuel Clarke Farrar, Company C, 
22nd P. V. C, Pittsburg, Pa. 191 1. Published under 
the Auspices of the Twenty-second Pennsylvania Ringgold 
Cavalry Association. 

Akron, O. and Pittsburgh: The New Werner Company. (1911.) 
8vo. pp. XI. 1-538. 

Fasnacht, Charles H. — Martin, E. K. — Historical Sketch, 
by C. H. Fasnacht and Oration by E. K. Martin, Esq., 
delivered at dedication of 99th Pennsylvania Monument, 
Gettysburg, Pa., July 2, 1886. 

Lancaster, Pa. 1886. i2mo. pp. 37. 

Fasset, Jacob Sloat. — Memorial Address by Hon. J. Sloat 

Fassett on the Battlefield of Gettysburg, May 30, 1910. 
n. p. n. d. Imp. 8vo. pp. 35. 

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Faulkner, F. C. — Faulkner's History of the Revolution 
in the Southern States; including the Special Message of 
President Buchanan, the Ordinances of Secession of the 
Six Withdrawing States, Preliminary steps taken therefore, 
Seizure of Forts and Arsenals, Measures, Coercion and 
Conciliatory on the part of the General Government, 
Messages of the Governors of States North and South, 
Biographical Sketches of Leading Men, Calhoun's Re- 
markable Dream, President Jackson's Nullification Pro- 
clamation, etc. 

(Diary of the Southern War. A Complete Record of all 
the Battles, Skirmishes, etc., by land and water, from the 
Commencement of the War to the resignation of Lieut.- 
General Scott, with losses on either side.) 

New York. 1861. 8vo. pp. 95. (pp. 8.) 

Favill, Josiah Marshall. — The Diary of a Young Officer 
serving with the armies of the United States during the 
War of the Rebellion. By Josiah Marshall Favill, 
Adjutant, Captain and Brevet Major 57th New York 
Infantry, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel, and Colonel U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Chicago: R. R. Donnelly & Sons Company. 1909. 8vo. pp. 298. 
Autograph letter of Author. 

Fay, Eli. — Discourse at the Funeral of Kane P. Jorgensen, 
Capt. of Co. A, 15th Regiment, Mass. Volunteers, who 
was killed in the Battle of Gettysburg July 2, 1863. By 
Eli Fay. 

Fitchburg: Printed by Caleb C. Curtis. 1863. 8vo. pp. 17. 

Featherstone, John C. — Battle of the Crater. Address 
by Capt. John C. Featherstone, late Captain in Alabama 
Brigade of Gen. Mahone's Division, C. S. A., at Old M. 
E. Church, Pottsville, on Wednesday Evening, April 18, 
1906. 

n. p. (1906.) 8vo. pp. 30. 

Fearing, Benjamin Dana. — The 77TH Ohio Volunteer 

Regiment at Shiloh. By Gen. B. D. Dearing. 
Marietta, Ohio: The College Olio, February 7th, 1885. Vol. XIII. pp. 49-52. 

Fearn, Frances. — Diary of a Refugee. Edited by Frances 

Fearn. Illustrated by Rosalie Urquhart. 
New York: Moffat, Yard & Company. 1910. i2mo. pp. IX. 1-149. 

280 



Fenner, Charles E. — Ceremonies connected with the Unveiling 
of the Statue of General Robert E. Lee, at Lee Circle, 
New Orleans, La., Feb. 22, 1884. Oration by Hon. 
Chas. E. Fenner. Poem by H. F. Requier, Esq. His- 
torical Sketch of the R. E. Lee Monumental Association. 

New Orleans: W. B. Stansbury & Co., Print. 1884. 8vo. pp. 46. 

Ferguson, J. H. — History of the 88th Ind. Vol. Inf., in 
poetry, embracing a brief sketch of the Regiment from 
time of enlistment to muster out and disbandment, with 
many incidents connected with the Fourteenth Army 
Corps and Army of the Cumberland, also many things 
concerning the entire Union Army from 1 861 -1865. 
Written by J. H. Ferguson. 

Ossiard, Ind.: Jas. H. Keefer, Printer, n. d. 641110. pp. 38. 

Autograph of Author. 

Ferguson, Robert. — America During and After the War. 

By Robert Ferguson. 
London: Longmans, Green, Reader & Dyer. 1866. i2mo. pp. II. 1-280. 

Fernald, Granville. — The Story of the First Defenders. 

District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts. 

Written and compiled by Comrade Granville Fernald. 

Illustrated. 
Washington, D. C: Clarence E. Davis, Publisher. 1892. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Ferree, P. B. — Heroes of the War for the Union and their 
achievements. A complete history of the great Rebellion 
consisting of biographical sketches of Officers and States- 
men; pictures of great battles, sieges, desperate charges 
and skirmishes, personal encounters and daring, thrilling 
incidents; with all else of interest connected with the 
national struggle for existence. 

Cincinnati. 1864. i2mo. pp. 512. First series. 

Autograph note relating to the book from Miss Ferree inserted. 

Ferrero, Edward. — (Sketch of) Major Gen. Edward Ferrero. 

(Portrait.) 
n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 3. 

Fiebeger, Gustav Joseph. — Campaign of Gettysburg. Pre- 
pared for visit of Class of 1902, U. S. Military Academy, to 
field of Gettysburg April, 1902, by Lieut.-Col. G. J. 
Fiebeger, Professor of Engineering. 

(West Point, N. Y. 1902.) 8vo. pp. 31 (2) 

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Fiebeger, Gustav Joseph. — The Campaign and Battle of 
Gettysburg. Prepared for the use of the Cadets of the 
United States Military Academy, West Point, N. Y., by 
Colonel G. J. Fiebeger, Professor of Engineering, U. S. 
M. A. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 151 (16). Maps (6). 
Printed for West Point Classes. 

Field, Charles D. — Three Years in the Saddle. From 1861 
to 1865. Memoirs of Charles D. Field. Thrilling 
Stories of the War, in camp and on the field of battle. 
The Cavalry Soldier, Scout and Dispatch Bearer, Private, 
Non-Commissioned Officer, Commander of Skirmish 
Lines. In over Thirty Engagements, Hospital Life, etc. 
By Charles D. Field. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 74. Autograph note of Author. 

Field, Edward. — An Irish Brigade: The Sixty-third, Sixty- 
Ninth, and Eighty-Eighth New York Volunteers. 
Philadelphia: The Times, May 2 and 9, 1886. i2mo. pp. (18). 

Field, Edward. — The Irish Brigade. By Edward Field, 

Captain Fourth Artillery. 
The United Service, June, 1889. pp. 575-592. 

Field, Henry Martyn. — A Chapter of History. Dangers 
which the Country has Escaped, but that should not be 
Forgotten in the Day of Rejoicing — Crisis of the War — 
The Battle of Franklin, Tennessee — Defence of a Con- 
federate Officer — A Wonderful Night March. 

The Evangelist, Thursday, May 2, 1889. 8vo. pp. (33). 

Field, Henry Martyn. — Bright Skies and Dark Shadows. 

By Henry M. Field, D. D. With Maps. 
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1890. i2mo. pp. 11 (1) 9-316. 
(Contains Marching through Georgia, Battle of Franklin, etc.) 

Field, Henry Martyn. — Blood is Thicker Than Water: A 
few days among our Southern Brethern. By Henry M. 
Field, D. D. 

New York: George Munro, Publisher. 1886. i2mo. pp. 151. 

Field, Henry Martyn. — Stonewall Jackson. By the Rev. 

Henry M. Field, D. D. 
Harper's Magazine, November, 1891. pp. 909-918. 

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Figg, R. W. — "Where Men Only Dare to go," or the story 

of a boy company, (C. S. A.). By an ex-boy. 
(Motto.) Richmond: Whittel & Shepperson 1885. i2mo. pp. VI. 17-263. 

Finch, George M. — In the Beginning. Read before the Ohio 
Commandery of the Loyal Legion of the United States, 
October 1, 1884, by Companion George M. Finch, late 
Lieutenant-Colonel 137th O. V. I. 

Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson. 1884. 8vo. pp. 14. Addenda (1). 

Fisch, Georges — Kinnaird, Arthur — Arthur, William. — 

Nine Months in the United States during the crisis. 
By the Rev. Georges Fisch, D. D., Pastor of the French 
Evangelical Church in Paris. With an introduction by 
the Hon. Arthur Kinnaird, M. P., and a preface by the 
Rev. W. Arthur. 
London: James Nesbet & Co. MDCCCLXIII. i2mo. pp. XIII. 1-166. 

Fish, Daniel. — The American Union, The Fittest Memorial 
to its Dead Defenders. An Address delivered at the 
National Cemetery, near Nashville, Tennessee, on Memor- 
ial Day, May 30, 1888, by Daniel Fish, Adjutant-General 
of the G. A. R. 

Minneapolis: A. C. Bausman, Printer, n. d. 8vo. pp. 13. 

Fisher, E. C. — The Working of the United States Sanitary 
Commission with Regard to Armies in the Field. By E. 
C. Fisher, Esq., United States Sanitary Commission 
(English Branch). 

The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution. 1865. 

Vol. IX. No. XXXV. 8vo. pp. 107-131. 

Fisher, George Adams. — The Yankee Conscript, or eighteen 
months in Dixie. With an introduction by Rev. William 
Dickson. 

Philadelphia: J. W. Daughaday. 1864. i2mo. pp. — 

Fisher, Herbert W. — Considerations on the Origin of the 
American War. By Herbert W. Fisher, M. A., late 
student of Christ Church, Oxford. 

London and Cambridge: Macmillan & Co. 1865. 48mo. pp. 97. 

Fisher, Richard Swainson. — A Chronological History of 
the Civil War in America. Illustrated with A. J. 
Johnson's and J. H. Colton's Steel plate maps and plans of 
the Southern States and Harbors. A work for the millions. 
By Richard Swainson Fisher, M. D. Complete to date. 

New York: Johnson & Ward, Publishers. 1863. 

8vo. pp. IV. 160. (10 folding maps.) 

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Fisk, Samuel. — Mr. Dunn Browne's Experiences in the 
Army. 

(Motto.) Boston. Nichols & Noyes. 1866. i2mo. pp. XII. 11-390. 

Fiske, John. — The Mississippi Valley in the Civil War. 

By John Fiske. 
Cambridge: The Riverside Press. 1900. i2mo. pp. — 

Fitch, John. — Annals of the Army of the Cumberland: 
, Comparison, Biographies, Descriptions of Departments, 
Accounts of Expeditions, Skirmishes, and battles, also its 
Police Record of Spies, Smugglers, and prominent rebel 
emissaries together with Anecdotes, Incidents, Poetry, 
Reminiscences, etc., and Official Reports of the Battle of 
Stone River and of the Chickamauga Campaign. By 
John Fitch. Illustrated with Steel Portraits, Wood 
Engravings, and Maps. 

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1864. 8vo. pp.716. Sixth Edition. 

Cuttings, etc., inserted. 

Fitch, John. — Chickamauga the Price of Chattanooga, a 
description of the Strategic Plans, Marches, and Battles 
of the Campaign of Chattanooga with illustrative Map. 
By the Author of the "Annals of the Army of the Cum- 
berland." 

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1864. 8vo. pp. (2) 451-716. 

Newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Fitch, Michael Hendrick. — Echoes of the Civil War as I 
Heard Them. By Michael H. Fitch, Brevet Colonel of 
Volunteers in the Civil War. 

New York: R. F. Fenno & Company. 1905. i2mo. pp. 368. 

Fitch, Michael Hendrick. — The Chattanooga Campaign. 
With especial reference to Wisconsin's Participation 
therein. By Michael Hendrick Fitch, Lieutenant-Colonel 
the Twenty-first Wisconsin Infantry, Brevet Colonel of 
Volunteers, Author of "Echoes of the Civil War as I 
heard them." 

Wisconsin History Commission, March, 191 1. 8vo. pp. XIII. 1-255. 

Fitch, Mrs.— Memoir of Lieut. Edward Lewis Mitchell, 

who fell at the Battle of Shiloh aged twenty-two years. 
New York. 1864. 12 mo. pp. 52. 

Fitts, James Franklin. — Days with the Knapsacks! 

The Galaxy, Nov., 1866. pp. — 

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Fitts, James Franklin. — Facetiae of the War. 

The Galaxy, Sept., 1868. pp. — 

Fitts, James Franklin. — In the Enemy's Lines. 

The Galaxy, Oct., 1867. pp. — 

Fitts, James Franklin. — In the Ranks at Cedar Creek, Va. 

The Galaxy, July, 1866. pp. — 

Fitts, James Franklin. — Mosby and His Men. 

The Galaxy, Dec, 1866. pp.— 

Fitts, James Franklin. — Sketch of the 114TH New York 
Volunteers. By James Franklin Fitts, late one of the 
Captains of the One Hundred and Fourteenth. 

Philadelphia: The Times, Sept. u, 1886. i2mo. pp. (12). 

Fitts, James Franklin. — The Fight at Fisher's Hill. 

The Galaxy, April, 1868. pp.— 

Fitts, James Franklin. — The Last Battle of Winchester. 

The Galaxy, Oct., 1866. pp. — Autograph letter of Author. 

Fitts, James Franklin. — The Negro in Blue. 

The Galaxy, Feb., 1867. pp. — 

Fitts, James Franklin. — The Story of a Mutiny. 

The Galaxy, Aug., 1870. pp. — 

Fitts, James H. — Skirmishing in the Shenandoah. 

"Soldiers and Sailors Tales of the Rebellion." n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. — 

Fitzgerald, David. — In Memoriam. Gen. Henry J. Hunt. 
1819-1889. 

(Washington. 1890.) 8vo. pp.13. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Fitzgerald, David.— In Memory of Colonel John N. Macomb. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 5. 

Flagler, Daniel Webster. — A History of the Rock Island 
Arsenal, from its establishment in 1863 to December, 
1876, and of the Island of Rock Island, the site of the 
Arsenal from 1804 to 1863. Prepared under the instruction 
of Brig.-Gen. Stephen V. Benet, Chief of Ordnance, U. S. 
Army, by Major D. W. Flagler, Ordinance Department. 
(Illustrated.) 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1877. 4to. pp. XVII. 1-487. 

285 



Fleetwood, Christian A. — The Negro as a Soldier. Written 
by Christian A. Fleetwood, late Sergeant-Major 4th U. S. 
Colored Troops, for the Negro Congress, at the Cotton 
States and International Exposition, Atlanta, Ga., 
November 11 to November 23, 1895. 

Washington, D. C. 1895. 8vo. pp. 19. 

Fleharty, S. F. — Our Regiment: A History of the io2d 
Illinois Infantry Volunteers, with sketches of the Atlanta 
Campaign, the Georgia Raid and the Campaign of the 
Carolinas. 

Chicago. 1865. i2mo. pp. 192. XXIV. 

Fleming, David L. — From Everglade to Canon With the 
Second Dragoons. A Commemorative Address by 
Chaplain David L. Fleming, Second United States 
Cavalry. Extra Illustrated. 

Reprint from Journal U. S. Military Service Institution. 8vo. pp. 32 (Map.) 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Fleming, George, T. — Hays, Gilbert Adams. — General 
Alexander Hays at the Battle of Gettysburg. 
Extracts from "Life and Letters of Alexander Hays," 
by George T. Fleming, and "Under the Red Patch," by 
Gilbert Adams Hays. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 1913. 8vo. pp. 21. 

Fleming, Walter L. — General W. T. Sherman as College 
President. A collection of letters, documents, and other 
material, chiefly from private sources, relating to the life 
and activities of General William Tecumseh Sherman, to 
the early years of Louisiana State University, and to 
the stirring conditions existing in the South on the eve of 
the Civil War, 1 859-1 861 . Collected and edited by Walter 
L. Fleming, Ph. D., Professor of History, Louisiana State 
University. 

Cleveland, Ohio: The Arthur H. Clark Company. 1912. 8vo. pp. 399. 

Autograph note of General Sherman. 

Fleming, Walter L. — W. T. Sherman as a History Teacher. 
By Walter L. Fleming, Ph. D., Professor of History in 
Louisiana State University. Reprinted from the Edu- 
cational Review, October, 1910. University Bulletin 
Louisiana State University, October, 191 1. 

Baton Rouge: Ortlieb's Printing House. 8vo. pp. 235-238. 

286 



Fletcher, H. C. — History of the American War. By 

Lieut.-Colonel Fletcher, Scott's Fusillier Guards. 

Vol. I. First year of the War. 1861-62. pp. XIV. (1) 1-453. 

Vol. II. Second year of the War. 1862-63. PP- XI. (1) 1-445. 

Vol. III. Third and Fourth years of the War. (Concluding volume) 
pp. XIII. (1) 1-549. 
London: Richard Bently. 1865- 1866. 8vo. 
Newspaper cuttings, reviews, etc., inserted. 

Fletcher, Thomas Clement. — Life and Reminiscences of 
General Wm. T. Sherman, by distinguished men of his 
time, Ex-President Hayes, Gen. O. O. Howard, Hon. 
Geo. W. Childs, Gen. Henry Slocum, Gen. Horatio C. 
King, Senator Manderson, Hon. Chauncey M. Depew, 
Admiral Porter, Gen. Horace Porter, Senator Hawley, 
Hon. Thomas C. Fletcher, Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, D. D. 
Illustrated. 

Baltimore: R. H. Woodward Company. 1891. i2mo. pp. XVI. 1-479. 

Flinn, Frank M. — Campaigning with Banks in Louisiana, 
'63 and '64, and with Sheridan in the Shenandoah Valley 
in '64 and '65. By Frank M. Flinn. 

Boston: W. B. Clarke & Co. 1889. i2mo. pp. VIII. 1-239. Second Edition. 

Flint, J. A. — Regimental History of the First New York 
Dragoons (19th Cavalry), with a list of names, post- 
office address, casualties of officers and men and number 
of prisoners, trophies, etc., captured from organization to 
muster out. 

Washington, D. C: Gibson Brothers, Printers. 1865. i2mo. pp. 59. 

Autograph note of Col. Thorp. 

Flint, Joseph F. — His Perpetual Adoration, or the Captain's 

Old Diary. By Rev. Joseph F. Flint. 
Boston: Arena Publishing Company. 1895. i2mo. pp. 228. 

Flower, Frank Abial. — Edwin M. Stanton: Autocrat of 
Rebellion, Emancipation and Reconstruction. A Bio- 
graphy by Frank Abial Flower. 

Akron, Ohio: The Saalfield Publishing Co. n. d. 8vo. pp. 600. 

Floyd, David Bittle. — History of the Seventy-Fifth Regi- 
ment of Indiana Infantry Volunteers, its Organization, 
Campaigns, and Battles, (1862-65) by Rev. David Bittle 
Floyd, A. M., formerly a Sergeant in Co. I of the Regi- 
ment, with an introduction by Major-General J. J. 
Reynolds, (Provisional Colonel of the Regiment). Pub- 
lished for the Author. 

Philadelphia: Lutheran Publication Society. 1893. 8vo. pp. 457. 

Autograph note of Author. 

287 



Floyd, John Buchanan. — Report of General Floyd relative 

to the troops under his command, etc. 
(Richmond, Jan. 31, 1863.) Document XVI. 8vo. pp. 6. 

Foering, John Oppel. — Register of the Members of the 
"Artillery Corps, Washington Grays" of the City of 
Philadelphia, who served in the War of the Rebellion 
1 861 -1 865, compiled by Brevet Captain John O. Foering, 
U. S. Volunteers. Published by resolution of the Sur- 
viving Members of the Old Guard of the A. C. W. G. 

(Philadelphia. 1912.) 8vo. pp. X. 1-53. Presentation copy from the Author. 
Capt. Foering's Register is one of the most creditable books that has been 
made of the War. 

Folsom, James M. — Heroes and Martyrs of Georgia. 

Georgia's Record in the Revolution of 1861. By James 

M. Folsom. 
Macon, Ga.: Burke, Boykin & Company. 1864. 8vo. pp.164. 

Fonerden, C. A. — A Brief History of the Military Career of 
Carpenter's Battery from its Organization as a Rifle 
Company under the name of the Allegheny Roughs to 
the ending of the War between the States. By C. A. 
Fonerden. 

New Market, Va.: Henkel & Company, Printers. 1911. i2mo. pp. 78. 

Fontane, Marius. — La Guerre D' Amerique. recit d'un Soldat 
du sud par Marius Fontane. 

Paris: Le Clere et Cie\ i2mo. Tome I. pp. 304. Tome II. pp. 265. (1 Carte) 

Fontane, Mario. — La Guerra D' America Raccontata Da un 
Combattente Del Sud Per Mario Fontane Con Appendice. 
Volume Unico. 

Milano Corona E. Caimi, Editori. 1868. i2mo. pp. 400. 

Foote, Anna Elizabeth — Skinner, Avery Warner. — Makers 
and Defenders of America. By Anna Elizabeth Foote, 
Department of History, Training School for Teachers, 
Jamaica, New York, and Avery Warner Skinner, State 
Inspector of Schools, Education Department, Albany, 
New York. 

New York: American Book Company, n. d. 12 mo. pp. 342. 

288 



Foote, Henry Stuart. — War of the Rebellion, or Scylla and 
Charybdis, consisting of observations upon the causes, 
course and consequences of the late civil war in the 
United States. By Henry S. Foote. 

New York. 1866. i2mo. pp. XII. 440. 

Foote, Henry Wilder. — Memorial Lessons. A Sermon 
preached at Kings Chapel, Boston, on Sunday, May 29th, 
1870, with a list of the sons of the Church who entered 
the service of the Country. By Henry W. Foote. Printed 
by request. 

Boston. 1870. 8vo. pp. 28. 

Foot, John. — Born at the City of New York, on the 30th 
April, 1835. Died at Geneva, Ontario County, on the 
13th March, 1862. 2d Minnesota Infantry. 

(New York. 1862.) 8vo. pp. 24. 

Foote, Morris Cooper. — Narrative of Capture, Prison Life 
and Escape during the War of the Rebellion in 1864. 
Lieutenant Morris C. Foote, Aide-de-Camp. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 37. Autograph note of Author. 

Foraker, Joseph Benson. — Sketch of. 

(Cincinnati, O. 1883.) 8vo. pp. 70. 

Forbes, Aleck. — Fredericksburg, or The Great Tunnel at 
Libby. A Story of Battlefield and Prison Pen. By 
Aleck Forbes, "War Correspondent." 

New York: Novelest Publishing Co. 1883. i2mo. pp. 96. 

Forbes, Edwin. — Life Studies of the Great Army. 

n. p. n. d. Folio. 40 Plates. 

Forbes, Edwin. — Forbes Historical Art Collection of 
Battles, Incidents, Characters and Marches of the Union 
Armies. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 20. 

Forbes, Edwin. — Thirty Years After. An Artist's Story of 
the Great War, told and illustrated with nearly 300 
Relief Etchings after Sketches in the field, and 20 Half- 
tone Equestrian Portraits from Original Oil Paintings. 
By Edwin Forbes. 

New York: Fords, Howard & Hulbert. n. d. 4to. pp. 319. 

(Issued in Nos. as The Army Sketch Book. Pts. 1-20. 1894.) 



Forbes, Eugene. — Diary of a Soldier and Prisoner of War 
in the Rebel Prisons, written by Eugene Forbes, Sergeant 
Company B, 4th Regiment New Jersey Volunteers. 

Trenton: Murphy & Bechtel, Printers. 1865. 8vo. pp. 68. 

Forbes, Eugene. — Diary of a Soldier and Prisoner of War 
in the Rebel Prisons, written by Eugene Forbes, Sergeant 
Company B, 4th Regiment New Jersey Volunteers. 

Trenton: Murphy & Bechtel. 1865. 8vo. pp. IV. 71. 

Forbes, Ida B. — Gen. Wm. T. Sherman, his life and battles, or 
from boy-hood to his "March to the Sea," mostly in one 
syllable words. By Ida B. Forbes. With ninety-six 
Etchings by Edwin Forbes. 

New York: McLaughlin Brothers, Publishers. (1887) Sm. 410. pp. 157. 

Forbes, S. A. — Grierson's Cavalry Raid. By S. A. Forbes, 
formerly Captain Company B, Seventh Illinois Cavalry. 
Address before the Illinois Historical Society, at its 
Eighth Annual Meeting, Springfield, 111., January 24, 
1907. Reprint from the Transactions of the Society. 

n. d. 8vo. (Map.) pp. 34. 

Force, Manning Ferguson. — From Fort Henry To Corinth. 
By M. F. Force, late Brigadier-General and Brevet Major- 
General U. S. V., Commanding First Division, Seventeenth 
Corps. 

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1881. i2mo. pp. VIII. (1) 1-204. 

Autograph letter of Gen. Force, nine maps and forty views, etc., inserted. 

Force, Manning Ferguson. — Great Commanders: General 

Sherman. By General Manning F. Force. 
New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1899. i2mo. pp. IX. 1-353. 
Autograph letters of Gen. Force and Gen. Sherman. 

Force, Manning Ferguson. — Marching Across Carolina. 

Read before the Ohio Commandery of the Loyal Legion, 

May 2d, 1883, by M. F. Force. 
Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co., Printers. 1883. 8vo. pp. 18. 

Force, Manning Ferguson. — Personal Recollections of 
the Vicksburg Campaign. A paper read before the 
Ohio Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion of the United States, by Companion Manning F. 
Force, late Brigadier-General, Brevet Major-General U. 
S. Volunteers. January 7, 1885. 

Cincinnati: Henry C. Sherick. 1885. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Autograph note of Gen. Force. 

290 



Ford, Andrew E. — The Story of the Fifteenth Regiment 
Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War, 
1861-1864. By Andrew E. Ford. 

Clinton: Press of W. G. Coulter, Courant Office. 1898. 8vo. pp. 422. 

Ford, Arthur P. — Ford, Marion Johnstone. — Life in the 
Confederate Army, being the personal experiences of a 
private soldier in the Confederate Army by Arthur P. 
Ford and some experiences and sketches of Southern Life 
by Marion Johnstone Ford. 

New York and Washington : The Neale Publishing Company. 1905. 
l2mo. pp. 136. 

Ford, Sally Rochester. — Raids and Romance of Morgan 

and His Men. By Sally Rochester Ford. 
Mobile. 1864. 8vo. pp. 332. 

Formby, John. — The American Civil War. A Concise 
History of its Causes, Progress and Results. By John 
Formby. 

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1910. 8vo. 

With Sixty-six Maps and Plans, pp. XIII. 1-520. 

Autograph letters of Author. 

Forney, John Weiss. — Life and Military Career of Win- 
field Scott Hancock. This work comprises his early 
life, education, and remarkable military career, which has 
made him Senior Major-General of the Armies of the 
United States, and the choice of the Democracy of the 
Nation for the high office of President. It also contains 
a succinct biographical sketch of Hon. Wm. H. English. 
The whole very carefully prepared from the most authentic 
and official records by Hon. John W. Forney. Illustrated. 

Philadelphia, Pa.: Published by Hubbard Bros. (1880.) l2mo. pp. 502. 

Autograph note of J. W. Forney. Fine paper edition. 25 copies printed. 

Forster, Robert Henry. — Pennsylvania Days. Historical 
Address of Major R. H. Forster, at the dedication of the 
Monument of the 148th Penna. Volunteers, Gettysburg, 
Sept. 11-12, 1889. 

Harrisburg. 1889. 8vo. pp. 16. Presentation copy from Author. 

Forsyth, George Alexander. — Sheridan's Ride. By General 

George A. Forsyth, U. S. A. 
Harper's Magazine, July, 1897. pp. 167-181. 

291 



Forsyth, George Alexander. — The Story of the Soldier. 

By Brevet Brigadier-General George A. Forsyth, U. S. A. 

(Retired.) Illustrated by R. F. Zogbaum. 
New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1902. i2mo. pp. XV. 1-389. 

Fosdick, Charles. — Five Hundred Days in Rebel Prisons. 

By Chas. Fosdick, formerly of Co. K, 5th Iowa Vols. 
Bethany, Mo.: Printed and bound at the Clipper Book and Job Office. 1887. 
i2mo. pp. 132. 

Foster, Alonzo. — Reminiscences and Record of the 6th New 
York V. V. Cavalry. By Alonzo Foster, late Sergeant 
Co. F. 

n. p. (1892.) i2mo. pp. 148. 

Foster, Eli G.— The Civil War by Campaigns. By Eli G. 
Foster, Author of "Preference Manual and Outlines of 
U. S. History," and "Foster's Historical Chart." 

Topeka, Kansas: Crane & Company, Publishers. 1899. 8vo. pp. 286. 

Foster, Ethan. — The Conscript Quakers, being a Narrative 
of the Distress and Relief of Four Young Men from the 
Draft for the War in 1863. By Ethan Foster. 

Cambridge: Printed at the Riverside Press. 1883. 48 mo. pp. 29. 

Foster, Ethan. — The Conscript Quakers, being a Narrative 
of the Distress and Relief of Four Young Men from the 
Draft for the War in 1863. By Ethan Foster. 

Cambridge: Printed at the Riverside Press. 1885. i2mo. pp. 42. 

Second Edition. 

Foster, John Y. — Four Days at Gettysburg. 

Harper's Magazine, Feb., 1864. pp. — 

Foster, John Y. — New Jersey and the Rebellion. A 
History of the services of the troops and people of New 
Jersey in aid of the Union cause. By John Y. Foster. 
Newark, N. J.: Martin R. Dennis & Co. 1868. 8vo. 
Vol. I. pp. VIII. 1-496. Vol. II. pp. 63-872. 

32 portraits and 5 maps inserted, many of the former unique. Autograph 
letters of Generals Bartlett, Porter, Mindil, Warren, W. S. Stryker, Hammond, 
Ord, Hooker, Hartranft, Greene, Rugar, A. S. Williams and Hancock. Auto- 
graphs of Major Lambert, Generals Humphreys, Heintzelman, Franklin, 
Sewell, Foster, Banks and P. H. Jones. 

Foster, John Y. — Report on the War History. 

Trenton. Dec. 24, 1866. 8vo. pp. 1249- 1252. 

292 



Foster, Joseph. — Record of the Soldiers, Sailors and Marines 
who served the United States of America in the War of 
the Rebellion and previous wars, buried in the City of 
Portsmouth, N. H., and the neighboring towns of Green- 
land, Newcastle, Newington and Rye. May 30, 1893. 
Prepared for Storer Post, No. 1, Department of New 
Hampshire, Grand Army of the Republic, Portsmouth, 
N. H. By Joseph Foster, Paymaster U. S. Navy. 

Portsmouth, N. H. 1893. 8vo. pp. 76. Autograph note of Author. 

Foster, Ira R. — Annual Report of Ira R. Foster, Quarter- 
master-General of Georgia, for the fiscal year ending 
October 15, 1864. Office at Milledgeville, Georgia. 

Milledgeville, Ga. : Boughton, Nisbet, Barnes & Moore, Printers. '1864. 

8vo. pp. 23. 

Foule, Daniel G. — Report of the Adjutant-General of North 

Carolina, May 16, 1864. 
Our Living and Our Dead, Dec. 20, 1873. pp. (8). 

Fow, John H. — At McClellan's Grave. Address of Hon. 

John H. Fow, May 30th, 1890. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. II. 

Fow, John H. — The True Story of the American Flag. 

By John H. Fow. 
Philadelphia: William J. Campbell. 1908. 8vo. pp. 54. 

Fox, Charles B. — Record of the Service of the Fifty- 
Fifth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. 
Printed for the Regimental Association. 

Cambridge: Press of John Wilson & Son. July, 1868. 8vo. pp. (2) 1-144. 

Autograph note of Col. Fox. 

Fox, Simeon M. — The Seventh Kansas Cavalry: Its service 
in the Civil War. An address before the State Historical 
Society, December 2, 1902, by S. M. Fox, First Lieutenant 
and Adjutant, also a brief narration of the First Eight 
Kansas Regiments. 

Topeka: State Printing Office. 1908. 8vo. pp. 59. 

Fox, S. W. — The Early History of the Seventh Kansas 

Cavalry. By S. M. Fox, late Adjutant. 
Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society. (1909.) 8vo. pp. 16. 

293 



Fox, Thomas Bailey. — Memorial of Henry Ware Hall, 
Adjutant 51st Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers. 
An address delivered in the First Church, Dorchester, 
Mass., Sunday, July 17, 1864, by Thomas B. Fox, with an 
appendix. 

Boston: John Wilson & Son. 1864. 8vo. pp. 35. 

"Printed by request for private circulation." 

Fox, William Freeman. — Biographical. New York Generals 

at Gettysburg. 
(Albany, N. Y.) n. d. 4*0. pp. I333-I370. 

Fox, William Freeman. — New York at Gettysburg. By 

William F. Fox, Lieut.-Col. 107th N. Y. Vols, 
n. p. 1898. 4to. pp. 108. 

The Preliminary Print of a portion of "New York at Gettysburg." 
25 copies printed. Autograph note of Col. Fox. 

Fox, William Freeman. — New York at Gettysburg. By 

William F. Fox, Lieut.-Col. 107th N. Y. Vols, 
n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 188. 

Fox, William Freeman. — Regimental Losses in the American 
Civil War 1 861 -1865. A treatise on the extent and nature 
of the mortuary losses in the Union Regiments with full 
and exhaustive statistics compiled from the official Records 
on file in the State Military Bureaus and at Washington. 
By William F. Fox, Lieut.-Col. U. S. V. 

Albany, N. Y. 1889. 4to. pp. 595. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Fraise, Richard J. — Brief Sketches of the Military Services, 
Escape from Libby Prison, How He Won a Medal of 
Honor, and Grand Army Record of Major Marion T. 
Anderson, Late of the 51st Indiana Vet. Vols. 

Washington, D. C: Gibson Bros., Printers. 1897. 

8vo. pp. 22. 

Francine, Albert Phillip. — Louis Raymond Francine, Brevet 
Brigadier-General U. S. Volunteers 1837- 1863. By Albert 
Phillip Francine, A. M., M. D. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 29. Presentation copy from Author. 

100 copies printed. 

Francis, Valentine Mott. — The Fight for the Union. A 

Poem. By Valentine Mott Francis, M. D. 
New York: John F. Trow, Printer. 1863. 8vo. pp. 14. 

294 



Franklin, William Buel. — A Bill and Act Authorizing the 
Appointment and Retirement of William B. Franklin 
with the rank of Colonel, United States Army. 

57th Congress, 1st Session. Senate 1453. Calendar No. 1639. Report No. 1660. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. (5) Bill and Act. 

Franklin, William Buel. — Reply of Major-General W. B. 
Franklin to the Joint Committee of Congress on the 
conduct of the War, on the first battle of Fredericksburg. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1867. Ry. 8vo. pp. 14. 

Second Edition, with notes and correspondence. 

Autograph letter of General Franklin. 

Frazer, John W. — Gettysburg 1887- 1906. Reunion of the 
Blue and Gray, Philadelphia Brigade and Pickett's 
Division, July 2, 3, 4, 1887, and September 15, 16, 17, 
1906. John W. Frazer, Sergt. Co. C, 71st Penna. Vol., 
Adjutant Philadelphia Brigade Association. 

Philadelphia: Ware Bros. Company, Printers. 1906. 8vo. pp. 118. 

Presentation copy from Author. 

Frazer, John W. — Reply of the Philadelphia Brigade 
Association to the Foolish and Absurd Narrative of 
Lieutenant Frank A. Haskell which Appears to be en- 
dorsed by The Military Order of the Loyal Legion, 
Commandery of Massachusetts, and the Wisconsin History 
Commission. Compliments of the Philadelphia Brigade 
Association. March, 1910. 

Philadelphia, Pa.: Powers Printing Company, n. d. 8vo. pp. 42. 

Frazer, Persifor. — Service of the First Troop Philadelphia 
City Cavalry during June and July, 1863. By a Private 
Recruit. 

Reprinted from Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution. 1908. 

8vo. pp. 281-296. (Map.) 112. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

40 copies printed. 

Frederick, Gilbert. — The Story of a Regiment, being a 
Record of the Military Services of the Fifty-seventh New 
York State Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion 
1 861 -1 865. By Gilbert Frederick, D. D., late Captain 
57th N. Y. V. I. 

Published by the Fifty-seventh Veteran Association. 1895. 

8vo. pp. XII. 1-349. 

295 



Freed, A. T. — The Life and Public Services of Winfield 
Scott Hancock, Major-General United States Army, 
Democratic nominee for President in 1880. By A. T. 
Freed. 

Chicago: Henry A. Sumner & Co., Publishers. 1880. i2mo. pp. 94. 

Autograph letter of Gen. Hancock. 

Freese. — Secret of the Late Rebellion, now revealed for the 

first time, by Dr. Freese. 
Philadelphia: Crombargar & Co. 1882. i2mo. pp. XVII.-348. 

Freemantle, Arthur James. — Three Months in the 
Southern States: April, June, 1863. By Lieut. -Col. 
Freemantle, Cold Stream Guards. 

Mobile: S. H. Goetzel. 1864. i2mo. pp. 158. 

Freemantle, Arthur James. — Three Months in the 
Southern States: April-June, 1863. By Lieut. -Col. 
Freemantle, Cold Stream Guards, with portraits engraved 
from photographs. 

Edinburg and London: William Blackwood & Sons. MDCCCLXIII. 

i2mo. pp. VII. (1) 1-316. 

Fremont, John Charles. — Report of the Operations of Major- 
Gen. Fremont while in command of the Mountain Depart- 
ment, during the spring and summer of 1862. 

New York: Baker & Godwin. 1866. 8vo. pp. 40. 

Autograph note of Gen. Fremont. 

Fremont, Jesse Benton. — The Story of the Guard. A 

Chronicle of the War. By Jessie Benton Fremont. 
Boston: Ticknor & Fields. 1863. i2mo. pp. XIII.-229. 
12 portraits and engravings inserted. 

French, Samuel Gibbs. — Two Wars: An autobiography of 
Gen. Samuel G. French, an officer in the armies of the 
United States and the Confederate States, a Graduate 
from the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, 1843. 
Mexican War: War between the States, A Diary; Re- 
construction Period, His Experience; Incidents, Reminis- 
cences, etc. 

Nashville, Tenn.: Confederate Veteran. 1901. pp. XV. 1-404. 

Presentation copy. Autograph letter of Gen. French. 

296 



French, Samuel Livingston. — The Army of the Potomac 
from 1 861-1863. An inside view of the history of the 
Army of the Potomac and its leaders as told in the official 
dispatches, reported and secret correspondence; from the 
date of its organization under General George B. McClellan 
in 1861, until the supersedure of General Hooker, and the 
assignment of General Meade to its command in 1863. 
By Samuel Livingston French. 

New York: Publishing Society. 1906. 8vo. pp. 375. 

Frick, Jacob G. — Charges and Specifications preferred 
against Brigadier- General A. A. Humphrey, Commanding 
Third Division, Fifth Corps, of the Army of the Potomac. 
(April 14th, 1863.) 

n. p. n. d. i6mo. pp. 4. 

Autograph notes of Col. Frick, 129th P. V., and Gen. Humphrey. 

Frost, Griffin. — Camp and Prison Journal embracing scenes 
in camp, on the march, and in prison: Springfield, Gratiot 
Street, St. Louis, and Macon City, Mo., Fort Delaware, 
Alton and Camp Chase, Ohio, also scenes and incidents 
during a trip for exchange from St. Louis, Mo., via 
Philadelphia, Pa., to City Point, Va. 

Quincy, 111. 1867. 8vo. pp. — Autograph note of Author. 

Frost, J. Blakeslee. — The Rebellion in the United States, 
or the War of 1861, being a complete history of its rise 
and progress, commencing with the Presidential election, 
containing an account of the movement of troops; 
description of battles, carefully compiled from Government 
documents and other reliable sources, by Mrs. J. Blakeslee 
Frost. 

Boston: Degen, Estes & Priest. (1862.) 8vo. pp. XVI.-388. 

Fry, James Barnet. — Adjutant-General's Department. By 

Brevet Major-General James B. Fry, U. S. A. 
Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, May, 1891. pp. 675-696. 

Fry, James Barnet. — An Open Letter to Gen. Sherman and 

reply of Gen. Sherman. 
North American Review. Vol. CXLIII. pp. 292-308. 

Fry, James Barnet. — A Sketch of the Adjutant-General's 

Dept. U. S. Army 1775-1875. 
New York. 1875. i2mo. pp. — Privately printed. 

297 



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Fry, James Barnet. — Circulars. (Provost Marshal-General's 

Office.) 

Nos. 1-106. May 15, 1863, to Dec. 31, 1863. 

Nos. 1-42. Jan. 5, 1864, to Dec. 31, 1864. Index pp. VII. 

Nos. 1-9. Jan. 2, 1865, to March 27, 1865. 
i2mo. Complete as issued. 

Fry, James Barnet. — Killed by a Brother Soldier. A 
chapter in the history of the War. By General James B. 
Fry, U. S. Army. 

New York: Published for U. S. Military Service Institution by G. P. Putnam's 
Sons. 1885. Ry. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Fry, James Barnet. — McDowell and Tyler in the Campaign 

of Bull Run 1861. By James B. Fry, retired. 
New York: D. Van Nostrand, Publisher. 1884. i2mo. pp. 63. 

Fry, James Barnet. — Operations of the Army under Buell 

from June 10th to October 30th, 1862, and the "Buell 

Commission." By James B. Fry, retired, Chief of Staff 

to General Buell, Nov. 15, 1861, to Oct. 30, 1862. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand, Publisher. 1884. i6mo. pp.201. Map and 

portrait. Autograph note of Gen. Fry, and newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Fry, James Barnet. — Reports of Provost Marshal-General 
to Secretary of War. 

1. Report under date of Nov. 17, 1863. pp. 33. 

2. Appendix to report under date Nov. 7, 1863. pp. 27. 

3. Appendix to report under date Nov. 15, 1864. pp. 49-88. 

4. Appendix to report under date of Nov. 8, 1865. pp. 78-82. 

5. Final Report made to the Secretary of War by the Provost Marshal 
General of the operations of the Bureau of the Provost Marshal 
of the United States from the commencement of the business of 
the Bureau March 17, 1863, to March 17, 1866. The Bureau 
terminating by law August 28, 1866. Part I. pp. (2) 1-749. 
Part II. pp. 376. 

Washington, D. C. 8vo. Complete set. Autograph letter of Gen. Fry. 

Fry, James Barnet. — The Conkling and Blaine-Fry in 1866. 
The outbreak of the life-long feud between the two great 
statesmen Roscoe Conkling and James G. Blaine. By 
James B. Fry, Brevet Major-General U. S. A. (Retired.) 

New York: Press of A. G. Sherwood % Co. 1893. 8vo. pp. 341. 
Privately printed. 

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Fry, James Barnet. — The History and legal effects of brevets 
in the armies of Great Britain and the United States 
from the origin in 1692 to the present time. By James B. 
Fry. 

New York. 1877. 8vo. pp. V. 1-576. 

Autograph note of Gen. Fry, cuttings, etc., inserted. 

Fiiger, Frederick. — Types and Traditions of the Old Army. 

Cushing's Battery at Gettysburg. By Lieut.-Colonel 

Frederick Fiiger, U. S. Army, (Retired.) 
Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, November- December, 1907. 
pp. 405-430. 

Fiiger, Frederick. — . Family History of Lieut.-Colonel 
Frederick Fiiger, U. S. Army, and his descendants. 
Prepared and printed for the use of members of the 
family only. 

Detroit: Press of Winn & Hammond. 1904. 8vo. pp. 69. 

Privately printed. 

Fuller, Charles A. — Personal Recollections of the War 
of 1 86 1, as Private, Sergeant and Lieutenant in the 
Sixty-first Regiment, New York Volunteer Infantry. 
By Charles A. Fuller. Prepared from data found in 
letters written at the time on the field to the people at 
home. 

Sherburne, N. Y.: News Job Printing House. 1906. 8vo. pp. 108. 

Fuller, H. — The Causes and Consequences of the Civil 
War in America. An address delivered in St. James' 
Hall, December 19th, 1861, by H. Fuller, late Editor of 
the "New York Mirror," Author of "The Belle Brittan 
Letters," "Sparks from a Locomotive," etc. 

London: James Ridgway. 1862. 8vo. pp. 30. 

Fuller, John Wallace. — "Our Kirby Smith." A paper read 
before the Ohio Commandery of the Military Order of 
the Loyal Legion of the United States, March 2, 1887, by 
Companion John W. Fuller, late Brigadier and Brevet 
Major-General, U. S. V. 

Cincinnati: H. C. Sherick & Co. 1887. 8vo. pp. 21. 

Furay, W. S.— Kniffen, Gilbert Crawford.— The Real 
Chickamauga. Reprint of articles by W. S. Furay, 
War Correspondent Cincinnati Gazette, and Col. G. C. 
Kniffen, Chief Commissary Twenty-first Corps, Army of 
the Cumberland. 

n. p. 1888. 8vo. pp. 20. 

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Furness, Horace Howard. — F. R. (Fairman Rogers 1833-1900.) 

Philadelphia. 1903. 8vo. pp. 20. 

350 copies privately printed. Presentation copy. 

Autograph letters of Dr. Horace Howard Furness. 

Furness, William Henry. — A Word of Consolation for the 
kindred of those who have fallen in Battle. A discourse 
delivered September 28, 1862, by W. H. Furness, Minister 
of the First Unitarian Church in Philadelphia. With the 
Funeral Service at the Burial of Lieut. A. W. Peabody, 
September 26, 1862. 

Philadelphia: Crissy & Markley, Printers. 1862. 8vo. pp. 23. 

"Not published." 

Fagots from the Camp Fire. By "The Newspaper Man." 
Washington, D. C: Thornton, Charles & Co., Publishers. 1881. 
8vo. pp. 199. 

Fairmount Park Art Association. Unveiling of the Memorial 
to General James A. Garfield. Fairmount Park, Phila- 
delphia, Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, May 30th, 1896. 

Philadelphia: Printing House of Allen, Lane & Scott. 1896. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Fairmount Park Art Association. Unveiling of the Eques- 
trian Statue of Major-General George Gordon Meade, 
Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Tuesday, October 18th, 
1887. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 40. Cards, cuttings, etc., inserted. 

Famous Adventures and Prison Escapes of the Civil War. 
New York: The Century Co. 1893. 8vo. pp. X. 1-338. 

Field Record of Officers of the Veteran Reserve Corps from 

the commencement to the close of the Rebellion. 
Washington, D. C: Printed by Schriver & Swing, n. d. 8vo. pp. (2) 1-39. 

Field Staff and Officers of the First Regiment of Cavalry 
from March 4, 1833, to June 1, 1900. Campaigns, 
Battles and Engagements in which the First Regiment of 
Cavalry has taken part. Headquarters, Fort Meade, 
South Dakota, June 1, 1900. 

n. p. n. d. 1 2 mo. pp. (37). 

Fifteenth Biennial Report of the Board of Directors of the 
Kansas State Historical Society (1904- 1906). The Battle- 
Flags of Kansas, the Marking of the Sante Fe Trail and 
List of Kansas Newspapers to February 1, 1907. 

Topeka: State Printing Office. 1907. 8vo. pp. 58-72. 

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Fifth Regiment Infantry U. S. Army. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, September, 1894. pp. 1093-1106. 

Fiftieth Anniversary Battle of Gettysburg, July 1st to 4th, 
1913, at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Lines, 
1863-1913. 

n. p. 8vo. pp. 16. Map. 

Fiftieth Anniversary of Baxter's Philadelphia Fire 
Zouaves, 72nd Regt. Penna. Vols., August 10th, 1861, to 
August 10th, 191 1. Association of Survivors of the 
72nd Regt. Penna. Vols. Organized September 30, 1882. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 16. Programme (8). 

Fiftieth Anniversary Fourth Iowa Veteran Infantry, 
Dodge's Second Iowa Battery, Dodge's Band as Guests, 
Society Army of the Tennessee, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 
October 10 and II, 1911. (1861-1911.) 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 81. 

Fiftieth Anniversary Sixth Maine Regiment Association, 
Hancock Hall, Ellsworth, Maine, Friday, July 14, 191 1. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 38. 

Fifty Decorations of the Principal Order of Knighthood and 

Chivalry of the World. 
Richmond, Virginia: Allen & Ginther. n. d. 8vo. pp. (22). 

Final Report of the Gettysburg Battlefield Commission 
of New Jersey, appointed and acting under Acts of April 
20th, 1865, April 27th, 1886, and March 6th, 1887. James 
N. Duffy, Gottfried Kueger, William H. Corbin, Com- 
missioners. 

Trenton, N. J.: Printed by the John L. Murphy Publishing Company. 1891. 

8vo. pp. 165. 

Finding List of Military Biographies and other Personal 
Literature in the War Department Library. Subject 
Catalogue No. 4. Published by direction of Honorable 
Russell A. Alger, Secretary of War. David FitzGerald, 
Librarian. 

Washington. 1897. 8vo. pp. 93. 

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Finding List of Military Biographies and other Personal 
Literature in the War Department Library. Subject 
Catalogue No. 4. Published by direction of Honorable 
Russell A. Alger, Secretary of War. James W. Cheney, 
A. M., Librarian. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1899. 8vo. pp. 145. 

Second Edition. 

Findings of Court of Inquiry and Reviews of the Judge 
Advocate General, and the General of the Army in the 
Case of Major-General G. K. Warren. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1883. 8vo. pp. 60. 

Autograph letter of Col. Langdon, U. S. A., Recorder of Court. 

First and Second Annual Reports of the Ladies' Association 
for Soldiers' Relief of the United States, Philadelphia, 
July 28, 1863. 

Philadelphia: Sherman & Co., Printers. 1864. 8vo. pp. 36. 

First Annual Meeting. Proceedings of the Commissioners of 
the Soldiers' National Cemetery Association, held at 
Philadelphia, on the 7th of December, 1864. 

Providence: Knowles, Anthony & Co., Printers. 1864. 8vo. pp. 8. 

First Annual Report of the Commissioners composing the 
Board of Managers of the Soldiers' National Cemetery, 
at Gettysburg, Penna. Made Dec. 7th, 1864, for the 
fiscal year ending Nov. 30th, 1864. 

Philadelphia: King & Baird, Printers. 1864. 8vo. pp. 19 (Map.) 

First Annual Report of the Ladies' Aid Association, of 
Weldon, Abington Township, Montgomery County, Pa. 
Published by Subscription. 

Philadelphia: King & Baird, Printers. 1863. l2mo. pp. 20. 

First Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Soldiers' Relief 
Association of Washington City, D. C, together with a 
list of the officers of the Association for the closing and 
commencing official year. 

Philadelphia: Ringwalt & Brown, Steam Power Book and Job Printers. 1863. 

8vo. pp. 31. 

First Defenders 1861-1910. Reception to the First Defenders' 
Association by the Union League of Philadelphia on the 
Forty-ninth Anniversary of their arrival at Washington 
in response to Lincoln's First Call for Troops, Monday, 
April 18, 1910. 

Philadelphia, n. d. 8vo. pp. 81-99. 

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First Maine Bugle. Campaigns II. and III. 

Campaign II. July, 1890, Call 1. pp. 76. Oct., 1890, Call 2. pp. 
64. Jan., 1891, Call 3. pp. 64. April, 1891, Call 4. pp. 64. 
July, 1891, Call 5. pp. 80. Oct., 1891, Call 6. pp. 72. Jan., 
1892, Call 7. pp. 96. April, 1892, Call 8. pp. 90. July, 1892, 
Call 9. pp. 113. Oct., 1892, Call 10. pp. 104. 

The "Battle Order of the Army of the Potomac" Gen. Order No. 10. 
pp. — 

Campaign III. Jan., 1893, Call 1. pp. 104. April, 1893, Call 2, 
pp. 97. July, 1893, Call 3. pp. 98. Oct., 1893, Call 4. pp. 101. 
8vo. 1 Vol. 

First Regiment National Guard of Pennsylvania 50th Anni- 
versary. Dedication of Statue, April 19, 191 1. 
(Philadelphia.) 191 1. 8vo. pp. — 
Newspaper cuttings, circulars, etc., inserted. 

First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Light Artillery. Report 

from Committee on Military Affairs. 
56th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representrtives. Report No. 1008. 
n. d. 8vo. pp. 10. 

First Regiment Rhode Island Detached Militia, (and) Second 
Regiment Rhode Island Volunteers, (and) Second Regi- 
ment Rhode Island Volunteers, (re-organized). 

(Providence.) n. d. Imp. 8vo. pp. 96. 

First Report of the Solicitor of the Protective War Claim and 
Pension Agency, of the U. S. Sanitary Commission, in 
Philadelphia, to the Board of Directors, January ist, 1865. 

Philadelphia: King & Baird, Printers. 1865. 8vo. pp. 24. 

First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry. Chronological Record 

1774-1874. 
(Philadelphia. 1894.) 4to. pp. (12). 10 copies printed. 

Five Points in the Record of North Carolina in the Great War 
of 1 86 1 -5. Report of the Committee appointed by the 
North Carolina Literary and Historical Society. 1904. 

Goldsboro, N. C: Nash Brothers, Book and Commercial Printers. 1904. 

8vo. pp. 79. 

Flags of the Army of the United States carried during the War 
of the Rebellion 1861-1865 to designate the Headquarters 
of the different Armies, Army Corps, Divisions, and 
Brigades. Compiled under direction of the Quarter 
Master General U. S. Army. 1887. 

Folio. Contains the plates not published. Unique. 

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For Judge of the Supreme Court, General Harry White of 

Indiana County. (War Record.) 
n. p. (1892.) 8vo. pp. (4). 

For President, Ulysses S. Grant, of Illinois. For Vice- 
President, William A. Buckingham, of Connecticut. 
Norwich. 1868. 8vo. pp. 16 (i). 

Fort Fisher was stormed on January 15th, 1865, at 3.30 P. M. 
At 10 at night the Fort Garrison of 2200 men and the 
material of war were surrendered to Major-Gen. Terry, 
commanding the United States forces. 

(Providence.) Printed for the Author. 1865. 8vo. pp. II. 

Four Months' Prison Life of the First Maryland Regiment at 
Lynchburg and Richmond, by a Sergeant of the First 
Maryland, a prisoner. 

Baltimore. 1862. i2mo. pp. — 

Fort-La-Fayette Life 1863-64 in extracts from the "Right 
Flanker," a manuscript sheet circulating among the 
Southern prisoners in Fort-La-Fayette, in 1863-64. 
Dedicated to them generally, and especially to the Con- 
federate officers whose autographs are here given, as 
among them were contributors to the "Right Flanker." 

London. 1865. i6mo. pp. X. (2) 7-102. 

Fourteenth Army Corps. The Stone River Campaign 1862-63. 
Organization of the Fourteenth Army Corps, Department 
of the Cumberland, (Major-General William S. Rosecrans, 
U. S. A. Commanding) Dec. 26, 1862, -Jan. 5, 1863. 

(Washington : War Records Office. 1883.) 8vo. pp. 10. 50 copies printed. 

Fourth New York State Volunteer Cavalry. The History 

of a Regiment. 
U. S. Army and Navy Journal, October 1, 1864. pp. (4). (Mounted.) 

Fourth Regiment Cavalry U. S. Army. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, July, 1895. pp. 201-210. 

Fredericksburg and Adjacent National Battlefields 
Memorial Park. 

1. Senate 3910, 55th Congress, 2d Session. 

2. House of Representatives, 56th Congress, 1st Session. 

3. Senate 1920, 56th Congress, 1st Session. 

4. House of Representatives 5018, 56th Congress, 1st Session. 

5. House of Representatives 5044, 56th Congress, 1st Session. 

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6. House of Representatives 7738, 56th Congress, 1st Session. 

7. Senate 1920, 56th Congress, 1st Session., (Calendar No. 349.) 
(Report No. 335.) 

8. House of Representatives 5044, 56th Congress, 1st Session. 
(Report No. 717.) 

9. Senate 1920, 56th Congress, 1st Session. 

10. Senate Document No. 261, 55th Congress, 2d Session. 

11. House of Representatives Report No. 717, 56th Congress, 1st 
Session. 

12. Circular letters of the Fredericksburg and Adjacent National 
Battlefields Memorial Park Association of Virginia. 

13. Fredericksburg and Adjacent National Battlefields Memorial 
Park Association, Fredericksburg, Virginia. 1899. 

14. The Free Lance, Fredericksburg, Virginia. 1899. 



4to. 



Fredericksburg and Adjacent National Battlefields Memorial 

Park Association. 
Fredericksburg, Virginia: The Free Lance. 1899. 8vo. pp. 27 (2). 

Fredericksburg National Military Park. A Collection of 
the Bills, Reports, etc., submitted to Congress from 1898 
to 1905. 

4to. 

Free Military School for applicants for command of colored 
troops, No. 1210 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, established 
by the supervisory committee for recruiting colored 
Regiments. John H. Taggart, late Colonel 12th Regiment 
Pennsylvania Reserves, Chief Preceptor. 

Philadelphia. 1864. 8vo. pp. 43. 

Second Edition (containing the names of the graduates and their rank). 

From Dixie. Original articles contributed by Southern writers 
for publication as a souvenir of the memorial bazaar for 
the benefit of the monument to the private soldiers and 
sailors of the Confederacy and the establishment of the 
museum for Confederate relics, with heretofore un- 
published poems by some who have crossed over the 
river. 

Richmond, Va.: West, Johnston & Co. MDCCCXCIII. i2mo. pp. 165. 

From Shiloh to Corinth. A Stenograph Report of After- 
Lunch Speeches at the Stated Meeting of the Commandery 
of Ohio, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United 
States, February 7, 1894. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 23. 

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Funeral Ceremonies of General Pickett, Richmond, 
October 24, 1875. 

8vo. pp. (9). 

A complete account of the funeral ceremonies at Richmond from the daily 

papers. Mounted and printed title page. 

Autograph letter of Gen. D. M. Maury, Chief Marshal. 

Funeral Services at the burial of the Right Rev. Leonidas 
Polk, D. D., together with the sermon delivered in St. 
Paul's Church, Augusta, Ga., on June 29, 1864, being the 
feast of St. Peter the Apostle. 

(Motto.) Columbia, S. C. : Printed by Evans & Cogswell. 1864. 8vo. pp.28. 



Gage, M. D. — From Vicksburg to Raleigh, or a complete 
history of the Twelfth Regiment Indiana Volunteer 
Infantry and the campaigns of Grant and Sherman, with 
an outline of the Great Rebellion. By M. D. Gage, 
Chaplain. 

Chicago: Clarke & Co., Publishers. 1865. i2mo. pp. XIV.-356. 

Gales, Seaton. — General George Burgwyn Anderson. By 

Seaton Gales. (Portrait.) 
Our Living and Our Dead, September, 1875. pp. 327-335. 

Galloway, G. Norton. — The Ninety-fifth Pennsylvania 
Volunteers ("Gosline's Pennsylvania Zouaves") in the 
Sixth Corps. An historical paper by G. Norton Galloway 
(late Co. "A" 95th P. V.), read by Charles N. Snyder, 
Esq., (late Corporal Co. E 95th P. V.) at a reunion of the 
surviving members of the 95th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 
held at Germantown, Pa., on the 12th of October, 1883, 
to which is added a narrative of the Chancellorsville 
Campaign, the Sixth Corps' part in that campaign, 
which includes an official list of casualties in each regiment 
in the corps, and also the name of every commissioned 
officer killed or wounded, prepared from the manuscript 
of the forthcoming history of the Sixth Corps. By G. 
Norton Galloway. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia, Pa. 1884. Ry. 8vo. pp. 87. 

Gammons, John G. — The Third Massachusetts Regiment 
Volunteer Militia in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1863. 
By Rev. John G. Gammons, Ph. D. 

Providence: Snow & Farnham Co., Printers. 1906. i2mo. pp. X. 1-326. 

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Gander, Constantin. — Der Amerikanische Burgerkrieg von 
seinem Beginn bis zum Schluss des Jahres 1862. Nebst 
einleitender Betrachtung oder seine socialen, ekonomischen 
und politsschen Ursachen. Nach den besten Quellen 
bearbeitet von Constantin Gander, Hauptmann in der 
Konigl Kreub. Rhein. Artillerie-Brigade Nro. 8. 

Frankfurt am Main. 1863. 8vo. pp. 121. 

Gannett, Henry. — United States Geological Survey, 
Charles D. Walcott, Director. The Origin of Certain 
Place Names in the United States. By Henry Gannett. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1902. 8vo. pp. 280 (2). 

Garcon, Augustin. — Quatre Hommes. Skobeleff-Brooke- 

Grant-Riel ("Tolle, Lege"). 
Paris: Imprimerie et Librairie Militaires, Henri Charles-Lavauzelle, Editeur. 
1890. 8vo. pp. 75 (1). 

Gardner, Absalom. — An Address delivered in Wales, October 
5, 1862 ; being the Centennial Anniversary of the Municipal 
Organization of the Town; with additions and extensions 
upon some matters needful to bring the history of the 
town down to Jan. 1, 1866, to which is annexed a "roll of 
honor" being a catalogue of the names, etc., of soldiers 
from this town who served in the Armies of our Govern- 
ment in the late Civil War. By Absalom Gardner. 
Published by request. 

Springfield: Samuel Bowles & Company, Printers. 1866. 8vo. pp. 44. 

Gardiner, Asa Bird. — Civil and Military Record of Asa 
Bird Gardiner, LL. D. Collated, as to public service, 
from the War Department Records. 1897. 

New York City: Allied Printing Trades Council, n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Gardner, Asa Bird. — The Battles of "Gravelly Run," 
"Dinwiddie Court House" and Five Forks, Va., 1865. 
Argument on behalf of Lieut.-Gen. Philip H. Sheridan, 
U. S. A., respondent by Asa Bird Gardner, LL. D., Judge 
Advocate, U. S. A., of Counsel before the Court of Inquiry 
convened by the President of the United States. S. O. 
277, Ex. 6 Army Hd. Qrs. A. G. O., 9 Dec, 1879, in the 
case of Lieut.-Col. and Bvt. Major-General Gouveneur K. 
Warren, Corps of Engineers, formerly Major-General 
Commanding the 5th Army Corps. Delivered July 27th, 
28th, and 30th, 1881. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1881. 8vo. pp. 126, and 2 maps. 

Autograph letter of Major Gardner, U. S. A. 

Presentation copy from Gen. Sheridan. 

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Gardner, Asa Bird. — The Uniforms of the American Army. 

By Asa Bird Gardner, LL. D. 
Magazine of American History, August, 1877. pp. 461-492. Addenda pp. 
(2) and Errata slip. Vol. I., No. 8. 

Garesche, Louis. — Biography of Lieut.-Col. Julius P. Garesche, 

Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. Army. By his son. 
Philadelphia: Press of J. B. Lippincott Company. 1887. 8vo. pp. 505. 
"Printed for private circulation only." 

Garfield, James Abram. — Oration on the life and character 
of Gen. George H. Thomas, delivered before the Society of 
the Army of the Cumberland by Gen. James A. Garfield, 
at the fourth annual reunion Cleveland, November 25, 
1870. 

Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co. 1871. 8vo. pp. 52. 

Autograph note of Gen. Garfield. 

Garland, Hamlin. — U. S. Grant. 

McClure's Magazine, Dec., 1896, to August, 1897. pp. — 

Garland, Hamlin. — Ulysses S. Grant: His Life and Character. 

By Hamlin Garland. 
New York: Doubleday & McClure Co. 1898. 8vo. pp. — 

Garler, A. M. Jr. — "Stonewall Jackson's Way." A sketch 
of the life and sen-ices of Maj. John A. Harman, Chief 
Quartermaster of Second Corps, Army Northern Virginia, 
and of the Army of the Valley District, on the staffs of 
Generals Stonewall Jackson, Ewell and Early, being a 
sketchy narrative of the War in Northern Va., containing 
many letters from Stonewall Jackson and fresh anecdotes, 
never before published, as well as pen pictures of camp 
life by an old comrade. 

(Motto.) Stanton, Va. March, 1876. 8vo. pp. 45. 

Autograph note of Major Garler, C. S. A. 

Garlington, Ernest Albert. — The Seventh Regiment 
Cavalry. By Major E. A. Garlington, Inspector-General, 
U. S. A. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, pp. 649-665. Vol. XVI. 

Garnett, John J. — Biographical Sketch of General Robert 
Edward Lee, with his reports of the Battles of Chan- 
cellorsville and Gettysburg, and at the surrender at 
Appomattox, and extracts from the oration of John E. 
Daniel, LL. D., on the unveiling of the recumbent 

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figure at Lexington, Va., June, 1883. Compiled from 
the Memoirs of General Lee by General A. L. Long, 
Col. W. H. Taylor and John Esten Cooke and edited by 
Col. John J. Garnett. (Illustrated by The Century 
Company.) Programme of the Ceremonies of the 
Unveiling of the Equestrian Statue at Richmond, Va., 
May 29th, 1890. 
New York. 1890. 4*0. pp. 118. 

Garnett, John J. — Gettysburg. A complete historical narra- 
tive of the battle of Gettysburg, and the campaign pre- 
ceding it. By John J. Garnett, Colonel of Artillery, 
C. S. A. 

New York: Published for his patrons by J. M. Hill, Manager of the Cyclorama 

of the Battle of Gettysburg. 8vo. pp. 48. 

Garnett, John J. — Sketch of the Life of General U. S. 
Grant. Compiled and edited for this work by Col. 
John J. Garnett. With the programme of the ceremonies 
of the dedication of the Grant Monument in New York, 
April 27th, 1897. Illustrated with portraits of General 
Grant and other distinguished Generals of the U. S. Army, 
and pictures of the war ships in the naval parade. 

(New York. 1893.) Garnett E. Whitman. Ry. 8vo. pp. 55. 

Garnett, John J. — Tribute to Gen. Robert E. Lee. By 
Col. John J. Garnett. Delivered at the banquet of the 
Southern Auld Lang Syne Society, of Harlem, N. Y., on 
the Anniversary of Gen. Lee's Birthday, January 20th, 
1890. 

New York. 1890. i2mo. pp. 8. 

Garnett, Theodore, S. — J. E. B. Stuart (Major-General) 
Commander of the Cavalry Corps Army of Northern 
Virginia C. S. A. An address at the unveiling of the 
equestrian statue of General Stuart at Richmond, 
Virginia, May 30, 1907, by Theodore S. Garnett, his 
Aide-de-Camp. 

New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. 1907. 

i2mo. pp. 61. 

Garrett, William Robertson — Halley, Robert Ambrose — 
Lee, Guy Carleton. — The Civil War from a Southern 
Standpoint. By the late William Robertson Garrett, 
A. M., Ph. D., and Robert Ambrose Halley. 

Philadelphia: Printed and published for subscribers only by George Barrie & 

Sons. (1905.) 8vo. pp. XXV. 1-547. 

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Gaston, A. P. — Partisan Campaigns of Col. Lawrence M. 
Allen, commanding the 64th Regiment, North Carolina 
State Troops, during the late Civil War. Valiant deeds 
of heroic patriotism; self-sacrifices for the Southern 
cause; his rapid promotion; terrific contests with the 
notorious bushwhacker Kirk; duel in defence of the 
honor of Southern womanhood. 

Raleigh, N. C: Edwards & Boughton. 1894. 8vo. pp. 28. 

Gates, Theodore Burr. — A Brief History of the movements, 
operations and casualties of the "Ulster Guard" 20th 
Regiment N. Y. S. Militia, while in the service of the 
United States, from April, 1861, to January, 1866, as 
contained in the Fourth Annual Report of the Bureau of 
Military Statistics of the State of New York. Repub- 
lished for private distribution by Maj.-Gen. Theodore B. 
Gates, late Colonel of the Regiment. 

Albany: Weed, Parsons & Company. 1868. 8vo. pp. 231-281. 

Gates, Theodore Burr. — The "Ulster Guard" 20th N. Y. 
State Militia and the War of the Rebellion, embracing a 
history of the early organization of the Regiment. Its 
three months' service, its re-organization and subsequent 
service, a chronological record of every march, place of 
encampment or bivouac, with distances marched, account 
of proceedings of detachment on veteran furlough, flag 
presentations, etc.; complete roster during entire service, 
officers and companies on special duty, lists of killed and 
wounded, etc., together with a brief treatise upon the 
origin and growth of secession; the militia system, and 
the dependence of the federal government upon it in the 
beginning of the war. By Theodore B. Gates, Col. and 
Bvt. Brig.-Gen. U. S. V. 

New York: Benj. M. Tywell, Printer. 1879. 8vo. pp. XXIII. 1-619. 

Autograph letter and portrait of Gen. Gates inserted. 

Gause, Isaac. — Four Years with Five Armies: Army of the 
Frontier, Army of the Potomac, Army of the Missouri, 
Army of the Ohio, Army of the Shenandoah. By Isaac 
Gause, late of Co. E, Second Ohio Cav. 

New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Co. 1908. i2mo. pp. 384. 

Gay, James D. — Letters and Other Testimony Concerning 
Important Services of James D. Gay. Ringgold Light 
Artillery, Reading, Penn. (The first Co. to respond to the 
call of the President for the defence of the National 
Capitol, in 1861.) 

n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. (4). 

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Gay, Mary A. H. — Life in Dixie During the War. 1861- 

1862-1863-1864-1865. Mary A. H. Gay. 
Atlanta, Ga. : The Foote & Davies Co. 1894. i2mo. pp.299. 

Gay, Mary A. H. — Life in Dixie During the War. 1861- 

1862-1863-1864-1865. Mary A. H. Gay. 
Atlanta, Ga.: Charles P. Byrd. 1897. i2mo. pp. 410. 
Third Edition (Enlarged). 

Gaylord, William L. — The Soldier God's Minister. A 
discourse delivered in the Congregational Church, Fitz- 
william, N. H., Sabbath afternoon, October 5, i862 r on 
the occasion of the departure of a Company of Volunteers 
for the Seat of War, by William L. Gaylord, Pastor of the 
Church. "Quit You Like Men, Be Strong." 

Fitchburg: Printed at the Rollstone Job Printing Office. 1862. 8vo. pp. 21. 

Presentation copy. 

Geary, Daniel. — War Incidents at Kansas City. 

Kansas State Historical Society, n. d. 8vo. pp. 282-291. 

Geary, John White. — In Memoriam: John White Geary. 

Philadelphia. 1873. 4to. pp. 27 (20). 

A tribute to the memory of Gen. Geary from his staff with the Autographs of 

each officer signed on a page prepared for the purpose. 

25 copies printed. No. 2. Autograph letter of Gen. Geary. 

Geary, John White. — Sketch of the early life and of the 

Civil and Military Services. (Portrait.) 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. — 

Genevay, A. — La Sin de 1'Esclavage Aux Etats Unis. Derniers 

Jours d 'une Guerre Civile. Franklin par A. Genevay. 
Paris: Librairie ch. Delagrave. 1882. 8vo. pp. 189 (1). 

George, G. J. — William Newby, Alias "Dan Benton," Alias 
"Rickety Dan," Alias "Crazy Jack," or The Soldier's 
Return. A true and wonderful story of mistaken identity; 
a narrative full of strange paradoxes. Over thirty years 
a soldier in the late war; the living husband of his own 
pensioned widow; acknowledged as husband and father by 
his wife and children of whom he knows nothing; a de- 
mented wanderer from almshouse to almshouse, he is 
picked up near his own beautiful home ; proven to be alive 
by comrades who swore they buried him on the field of 
battle. By G. J. George, Lieutenant Company D, 40th 
Illinois Infantry. 

Cincinnati: Press of C. T. Krebbiel & Co. 1893. l2mo. pp. XII. 1-289. 

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George, Henry. — History of the 3d, 7th, 8th and 12th Kentucky 

C. S. A. By Henry George. May, 191 1. 
Louisville, Ky.: C. F. Dearing Printing Co., Inc. 191 1. 8vo. pp. 193. 
Autograph note of Author. 

Gerdes, T. H. — The Surrender of Forts Jackson and St. 
Philip. 

The Continental Monthly, May, 1863. pp. — 

Gerrish, Theodore — Hutchinson, John S. — 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, a complete 
roster of the two great armies, and twenty full page maps. 
By Rev. Theodore Gerrish and Rev. John S. Hutchinson, 
with introductions by Colonel Augustus C. Hamlin, 
Maine, and Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, Virginia. 

Bangor, Me.: Brady, Mace & Co. 1884. 8vo. pp. 816. 

Gerrish, Theodore. — Army Life. A private's reminiscences of 
the Civil War. By Rev. Theodore Gerrish, late a member 
of the 20th Maine Vols., with an introduction by Hon. 
Josiah H. Drummond. 

Portland, Me.: Hoyt, Fogg & Denham. (1882.) i2mo. pp. 384. 

Gerrish, Theodore. — Will Preston: The Young Volunteer. 
By T. Gerrish, Author of "Reminiscences of the War," 
"The Blue and the Gray," etc., with illustrations. 

Bangor, Me.: 0. F. Knowles & Co., Printers. 1884. i6mo. pp. 284. 

Gerry, H. B.— Roger Deane's Work. By H. B. G. Written 

for the Sanitary Fair. 
Boston: Graves & Young. 1863. i8mo. pp. 48. 

Gibbes, James G. — Who Burnt Columbia? By Col. James 

G. Gibbes. 
Newberry, S. C: Elbert H. Aull Company. 1902. 8vo. pp. 137-3. 

Gibbon, John. — An Address on the unveiling of the statue of 
Major-General George G. Meade, in Philadelphia, 
October 18th, 1887, by General John Gibbon, U. S. Army. 

Philadelphia. 1887. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Gibbon, John. — An Address on the unveiling of the statue of 
Major-General George G. Meade, in Philadelphia, 
October 18th, 1887, by General John Gibbon, U. S. Army. 

(Vancouver Barracks. 1887.) 8vo. pp. 24. 

25 copies printed. Autograph of Gen. Gibbon. 

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Gibbon, John. — Another View of Gettysburg. Maj.-Gen. 

John Gibbon. 
North American Review, June, 1891. pp. 704-713. 

Gibbon, John. — Gettysburg: Personal Recollections of the 
Civil War, "Not history, but recollections." By Major- 
General John Gibbon. 

Philadelphia: The Press, Wednesday, July 6-13, 1887. i6mo. pp. (29). 

Gibbon, John. — In Memoriam. General James Barnett Fry. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 1 1. 

;• t 

Gibbs, James M. — History of the First Battalion Penn- 
sylvania Six Months' Volunteers and 187th Regiment 
Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Six Months' and Three 
Years' Service Civil War 1863- 1865. Compiled by James 
M. Gibbs, Vice-President Survivors' Association One 
Hundred and Eighty-seventh Regiment Pennsylvania 
Volunteer Infantry, Harrisburg, Penna. 1905. 

Harrisburg, Pa.: Central Printing and Publishing House. 1905. 8vo. pp.320. 

Gibson, Joseph J. — Co. A, 78th Regiment Penna. Vols. 
Pittsburgh, Pa.: The Presbyterian Messenger, Sept. 2, 1897-1898. Chap. 
1-15 Complete, pp. — Autograph letter of Author. 

Gibson, J. T. — History of the Seventy-eighth Pennsyl- 
vania Volunteer Infantry. Edited by J. T. Gibson 
under the direction of the Historical Committee of the 
Regimental Association. 1905. 

Pittsburg, Pa.: Press of the Pittsburg Printing Co. n. d. 8vo. pp. 267. 

Gibson, J. W. — A Chart History of the Civil War 1861-1865, 
with numerous shaded maps showing the progress of the 
Union Armies in different campaigns and during different 
years. For the use of schools. By J. W. Gibson. 

Chicago: A. Flanagan, Publisher. (1894.) Ry« 8vo. pp. 117. 

Gilbert, J. Warren. — Battle of Gettysburg Made Plain. 
Historical Guide-Book Profusely Illustrated. Replete 
with incidents descriptive of the Famous Three Days' 
Fight; containing complete rosters of the two armies. 
By Prof. J. Warren Gilbert, the Battlefield Guide. 

<Harrisburg, Pa. 1897.) 8vo. pp. 56. 

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Gilbert, J. Warren. — Battle of Gettysburg Made Plain. 
Historical Guide-Book. Replete with incidents descrip- 
tive of the Famous Three Days' Fight. By J. Warren 
Gilbert, Guide for the Electric Railway. 

Miller Print. (1896.) 8vo. pp. 17. 

Gilbert, J. Warren. — Battle of Gettysburg Made Plain. 
A Historical Guide-Book. Profusely Illustrated. Con- 
taining a graphic description 01 the Famous Three Days' 
Battle, together with a complete roster of the two armies. 
By Professor J. Warren Gilbert. 

Gettysburg, Pa.: Press of Gettysburg "News." 1904. 8vo. pp. 55. 

Gettysburg, Pa.: Revised Edition published by Harry J. Rhine. 

Gilbert, J. Warren. — The Battle of Gettysburg Made 
Plain. A Historical Guide-Book. Profusely Illustrated. 
Containing a graphic description of the famous Three 
Days' Battle, together with a complete roster of the two 
armies.. By Professor J. Warren Gilbert, Battlefield 
Guide, Gettysburg, Pa. 

Columbus, O.: Chas M. Cott, Printer. (1898.) 8vo. pp. 55. 

Gilchrist, Robert C. — The Duties of a Judge Advocate in a 
trial before a general Court Martial. Compiled from 
various works on military law. By Captain R. C. 
Gilchrist, acting Judge Advocate General, Department 
So. Ca., Ga. and Fla. Published with the approbation 
of the Secretary of War. 

Columbia, S. C: Evans & Cogswell. 1864. i6mo. pp. 47. 

Gilchrist, Robert C. — The Confederate Defence of Morris 
Island, Charleston Harbor, by the troops of South 
Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina, in the late war 
between the states, with a map of Morris and part of 
Folly Islands, and a plan of Fort Wagner. Prepared from 
official reports and other sources. By Maj. Robert C. 
Gilchrist, a participant, Commanding the Gist Guard 
Artillery in that defence. 

(Charleston, S. C. 1884.) 8vo. pp. 55. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Gildersleeve, Henry A. — Oration by Henry A. Gildersleeve, 
delivered on the Battlefield of Gettysburg, September 
17th, 1889, on the occasion of the dedication of the monu- 
ment erected to the memory of the soldiers of "The 
Dutchess County Regiment" (150th New York Volunteer 
Infantry), who were killed in the Battle of Gettysburg. 

New York: Douglas Taylor, Printer, n. d. 8vo. pp. 19. 

3H 



Gill, John. — Reminiscences of Four Years as a Private 

Soldier in the Confederate Army. 1 861-1865. 
Baltimore: Sun Printing Office. 1904. i2mo. pp. 136 (7). 
Privately printed. Presentation copy from Author. 

Gillmore, Quincy Adams. — A Memorial Sketch of the 
Character and Public Services of the late Brig. -Gen. 
Richard Delafield, Chief of Engineers and Brevet Maj.- 
Gen. U. S. Army. By Q. A. Gillmore, Lieutenant- 
Colonel Corps of Engineers, Brevet Maj.-Gen. U. S. A. 

New York. 1874. i2mo. pp. 31. 

Gillmore, Quincy Adams.— Engineer and Artillery Oper- 
ations against the defences of Charleston Harbor in 1863; 
comprising the descent upon Morris Island, the demoli- 
tion of Fort Sumter, the reduction of Forts Wagner and 
Gregg, with observations of heavy ordnance, fortifica- 
tions, etc., with the official reports of Chief of Artillery, 
Assistant Engineers, etc. Illustrated by seventy-six 
plates and engraved views. Published by authority. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1865. Ry. 8vo. pp. 353. 

Autograph letter of Gen. Gillmore. 

Gillmore, Quincy Adams. — Official Report of the United 
States Engineer Department of the seige and reduction 
of Fort Pulaski, Georgia, February, March and April, 
1862. Illustrated with maps and engraved views. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1862. 8vo. pp. 96. 

Gillmore, Quincy Adams. — Professional Papers, Corps of 
Engineers No. 16. Engineer and Artillery Operations 
against the Defences of Charleston Harbor in 1863, with 
a supplement by Q. A. Gillmore. Illustrated by eighty- 
three plates and views. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1868. 8vo. pp. VIII. 7-314. Supplement, pp.172. 

500 copies printed for Engineer Department. 

Gilman, Daniel Coit. — Address to the Graduating Class of 
the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, N. Y., June 
16th, 1875. 

New York. 1875. Sq. i6mo. pp. — 

Gilmer, John H. — Letter Addressed to Hon. Wm. C. 

Rives, by John H. Gilmer, on the existing status of the 

Revolution, etc. 
Richmond. Nov. 1, 1864. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Relates to the enlistment and discharge of twenty-nine members of the First 
Maryland Artillery. Capt. W. F. Dement. 

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Gilmor, Harry. — Four Years in the Saddle. 

New York. 1866. i2mo. pp. — 

Gilmore, David McKinney. — Cavalry: Its Use and Value 
as illustrated by reference to the Engagements of 
Kelly's Ford and Gettysburg. By Captain D. M. 
Gilmore, Third Pennsylvania Cavalry, U. S. Volunteers. 

St. Paul, Minn. 1890. 8vo. pp. 38-51. 

Gilmore, David McKinney. — With General Gregg at 
Gettysburg. By Captain D. M. Gilmore, Third Penn- 
sylvania Cavalry, U. S. Volunteers. Read before the 
Minnesota Commandery of the Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion of the United States, October 3, 1893. 

8vo. pp. 19. Presentation copy from Author. 

Gilmore, George C. — Manchester Men. Soldiers and Sailors 

in the Civil War, 1861-66. By George C. Gilmore. 
Concord, N. H.: The Rumford Press. 1898. Ry. 8vo. pp. 167. 

Gilmore, James Roberts. — Adrift in Dixie, or a Yankee 
Officer among the Rebels, with an introduction by 
Edmund Kirke. 

New York: Carleton. MDCCCLXVI. i2mo. pp. 224. 

The adventures of Lieut. Estabrookes (26th Mass. Regt.). 

Gilmore, James Roberts. — Among the Guerillas. By 

Edmund Kirke. 
New York: Carleton, Publisher. MDCCCLXVI. i2mo. pp. 286. 

Gilmore, James Roberts. — Among the Pines, or South in 

secession time. By Edmund Kirke. 
New York. 1862. i6mo. pp. 310. 

Gilmore, James Roberts. — A Suppressed Chapter of 

History. By Edmund Kirke. 
Atlantic Monthly, April, 1887. pp. — 

Gilmore, James Roberts. — Down in Tennessee, and back 

by way of Richmond. By Edmund Kirke. 
New York: Carleton, Publisher. 1864. i2mo. pp. 282. 
"The concluding chapter relates to the Author's visit to Richmond and his 
interview with Jefferson Davis on the question of Peace." 

Gilmore, James Roberts. — My Southern Friends. By 

Edmund Kirke. 
New York. 1863. i2mo. pp. 308. 

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Gilmore, James Roberts. — Our Last Day in Dixie. By 

Edmund Kirke. 
Atlantic Monthly, Dec., 1864. pp. — 

Gilmore, James Roberts. — Patriotic Boys and Prison 

Pictures. By Edmund Kirke. 
Boston: Ticknor & Field. 1866. i2mo. pp. 306. 

Gilmore, James Roberts. — Garfield's Ride at Chickamauga. 

By James R. Gilmore ("Edmund Kirke"). 
McClure's Magazine, Sept., 1895. pp. 357-360. 

Gilmore, James Roberts. — Personal Recollections of 
Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War. By James R. 
Gilmore (Edmund Kirke). Illustrated. 

Boston: L. C. Page & Company (Incorporated). 1898. 8vo. pp. 337. 

Gilmore, James Roberts. — Our Visit to Richmond. 

The Atlantic Monthly, Sept., 1864. pp. — 

Gilpin, E. N. — The Last Campaign: A Cavalry Man's Journal. 
By E. N. Gilpin, Third Iowa Cavalry. 

Reprint from Journal of U. S. Cavalry Association. 8vo. pp. 617-675. 
Autograph note of Author. 

r 

Girard, Charles. — Les Etats Confederes D' Amerique Visites 

en 1863. Memoire addresse a. s. m. Napoleon III. 
Paris: E. Denter. 1864. 8vo. pp. VIII. 160. (1. Carte.) 

Glassford, William Alexander. — Historical Sketch of the 
Signal Corps United States Army. By Lieut. W. A. 
Glassford, Signal Corps. 

Reprinted from Journal U. S. Military Service Institution, n. d. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Glassford, William Alexander. — Historical Sketch of the 
Signal Corps U. S. Army. By Lieut. W. A. Glassford, 
Signal Corps, U. S. A. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, Nov., 1891. pp. 1325-1338. 

Glassford, William Alexander. — Prolegomenon with historic 
sketch of the Balloon during the Civil War and the 
United States Army Aeronautical Corps. By Captain 
W. A. Glassford, Signal Corps, U. S. A., Denver, Colorado. 

Reprinted from Journal U. S. Military Service Institution, n. d. 

8vo. pp. 255-266. 

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Glazier, Willard W. — Battles for the Union; comprising 
descriptions of many of the most stubbornly contested 
battles in the War of the Great Rebellion, together with 
incidents and reminiscences of the camp, the march, and 
the skirmish line, embracing a record of the privations, 
heroic deeds, and glorious triumphs of the soldiers of the 
republic. By Willard Glazier. Illustrated. 

Hartford, Conn.: Dustin, Gilman & Co. 1875. i2mo. pp. XIX. 407. 

Glazier, Willard W. — The Capture, The Prison Pen, and the 
Escape, giving a complete history of prison life in the 
South, principally at Richmond, Danville, Macon, 
Savannah, Charleston, Columbia, Belle Isle, Millin, 
Salesbury, and Andersonville ; describing the arrival of 
prisoners, plans of escape with numerous and varied 
incidents and anecdotes of prison life; embracing, also, 
the adventures of the author's escape from recapture, 
trial as spy, and final escape from Sylvania, Georgia, with 
illustrations. By Willard W. Glazier. 

Hartford, Conn.: H. E. Goodwin. 1868. i2mo. pp. XIV.-400. 

Glazier, Willard W. — Three Years in the Federal Cavalry. 

Illustrated. 
New York. 1870. i2mo. pp. XXV. 347. 

Gleason, William J. — History of the Cuyahoga County 
Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, scenes and incidents 
from its inception to its completion, description of the 
Memorial Structure, and Roll of Honor. By William 
J. Gleason. 

Cleveland, O.: Published by the Monument Commissioners. 1894. 
8vo. pp. XII. 13-770. 

Glenn, John Francis. — The 23D Regiment Penna. Vol. 

(Birney's Zouaves). By Col. John F. Glenn. 
Philadelphia: The Press, April 28, 1886. i2mo. pp. (7). 

Gobin, John Peter Shindel. — Oration delivered upon the 
transfer of the monuments to the Governor, by Hon. J. 
P. S. Gobin, Brevet Brigadier-General and Colonel 47th 
Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, at Gettysburg, Pa., 
September 12th, 1889. Pennsylvania Day. 

n. p. (1889.) 8vo. pp. (4). 

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Gobrecht, J. C. — History of the National Home for disabled 
volunteer soldiers with a complete guide book to the 
Central Home at Dayton, Ohio. Illustrated. 

Dayton. 1875. i2mo. pp. 248. Autograph note of Chaplain Earnshaw. 

Goddard, Henry P. — 14/m C. V. Regimental Reminiscences 
of the War of the Rebellion. By Henry P. Goddard, 
late Captain Fourteenth Regiment, Connecticut Volun- 
teers. 

(Motto.) (Hartford, Conn. 1877.) 8vo. pp. 15. 

Godfrey, C. E. — Sketch of Major Henry Washington 
Sawyer, First Regiment Cavalry, New Jersey Volunteers. 
A Union Soldier and Prisoner of War in Libby Prison 
under sentence of Death. By Dr. C. E. Godfrey, 
Adjutant-General Department, Trenton, N. J. One of 
the many thrilling incidents of bravery and privations 
experienced by soldiers of New Jersey during the War of 
the Rebellion 1861-1865. 

Trenton, N. J.: MacCrellish & Quigley, Printers. 1907. 8vo. pp. II. 

Goe, James Buick. — The Thirteenth Regiment of Infantry. 
By Lieutenant James B. Goe, Adjutant 13th U. S. Infantry. 
Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, Sept., 1894. pp. 1107-1117. 

Goho, Stephen O. — The Pennsylvania Reader, Historical 
and Patriotic. By Stephen O. Goho, A. M., late Superin- 
tendent of Schools at Milton, Pa. 

New York, Cincinnati and Chicago: American Book Company. (1897.) 

i2mo. pp. 207. 

Goldsborough, E. Y. — Early's Great Raid: He advances 
through Maryland, Battle of Monocacy, the Union 
Forces under Gen. Lew Wallace stubbornly contest the 
field against overpowering numbers; Wallace retreats; 
Narrow Escape from capture of Gen. E. B. Tyler and his 
Staff and Orderlies. By E. Y. Goldsborough, First 
Lieutenant and Aide-de-Camp, Past Department Com- 
mander, Department of Maryland, G. A. R., Frederick, 
Md. 

(Frederick, Md. 1898.) i2mo. pp. 35. 

Goldsborough, W. W. — The Maryland Line in the Con- 
federate States Army. 
Baltimore. 1869. i2mo. pp. 357. 
Autograph letter of Author and Newspaper cuttings inserted. 

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Golsler, K.v. — Beiheft zum Militar-Wochenblatt. Die Schlacht 
bei Gettysburg am 2 und 3 Juli, 1863. Von. K. v. Golsler 
General d'Infanterie a la suite des Kaiser Franz Grade- 
Grenadier regiments Dr. 2. Mit vier Skizzen Harausgegeben 
von V Scriba Oberst A. D. 191 3. 7 und 8 Heft. 
Berlin: Ernst Siegfried Mittler und Sohn, Konigliche Hofbuchhandlung 
Hochstrasse 67-71. n. d. 8vo. pp. 197-258. Autograph of Author. 

Goodhart, Briscoe. — History of the Independent Loudoun 
Virginia Rangers. U. S. Vol. Cav. (Scouts) 1862-65. By 
Briscoe Goodhart, Co. A. 

Washington, D. C: Press of McGill & Wallace. 1896. 8vo. pp.234. 
Autograph of Author. 

Goodloe, Albert Theodore. — Confederate Echoes: A voice 
from the South in the days of Secession and of the 
Southern Confederacy. By Rev. Albert Theodore Good- 
loe, M. D., First Lieutenant Company D, Thirty-fifth 
Regiment Alabama Volunteer Infantry. 

Nashville, Tenn.: Smith & Lamar. 1907. i2mo. pp. 452. 

Printed for the Author. 

Goodloe, Albert Theodore. — Some Rebel Relics from the 
Seat of War. By Albert Theodore Goodloe, First 
Lieutenant Co. D, Thirty-fifth Regiment Alabama 
Volunteer Infantry, C. S. A., Member of John L. McEwen 
Bivouac No. 4, Franklin, Tenn. 

Nashville, Tenn. : Barbee & Smith, Agents. 1893. i2mo. pp.315. 
Printed for the Author. 

Goodloe, William Cassius. — Kentucky Unionists of 1861. 
Address of William Cassius Goodloe, of Lexington, Ky., 
late Captain and A. A. G., U. S. Vols., read before the 
Society of Ex- Army and Navy Officers in Cincinnati, 
Ohio, April 10,1884. 

Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson. 1884. 8vo. pp. 27. 

Goodnow, Harold P. — The Battle of Gettysburg. By 

Harold P. Goodnow, of Cornell University, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 413-432. 

Goodrich, Frank Boott. — The Tribute Book, a record of the 
munificence, self-sacrifice and patriotism of the American 
people during the War for the Union. Illustrated by 
Frank B. Goodrich. 

(Motto.) New York: Published by Seely& Miller. 1865. Ry.8vo. pp.512. 

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Goodrich, Frederick E. — Life of Winfield Scott Hancock, 
Major-General U. S. A. His childhood, youth, education, 
military career, social and domestic life. By Frederick 
E. Goodrich. 

(Motto.) Boston: Published by B. B. Russell. 1886. i2mo. pp. 352. 

Autograph letter of Gen. Hancock. 

Goodrich, John E. — Captain Hiram Henry Hall, of the 
First Vermont Cavalry. Read at the Twenty-first 
Anniversary of the Vermont Commandery of the Military 
Order of the Loyal Legion, by Chaplain J. E. Goodrich, 
November 19, 1912. 

Burlington: Free Press Printing Co. 1913. 8vo. pp. 7 (1). 

Goodrich, Samuel Griswold. — The Civil War. 

Philadelphia. 1880. pp. 448-471. "A pictorial history of the United States." 

Gordon, George A.— "What Will He Do With It?" An 
essay delivered in Masonic Hall, Savannah, on Thursday, 
October 27, 1863, and again by special request, on Monday, 
December 7, 1863, for the benefit of the Wayside Home, 
in Savannah, and repeated with slight alterations for 
similar objects in Augusta, Milledgeville, Macon, Atlanta, 
LaGrange and Columbus, by George A. Gordon, Col. 
63d Regiment Georgia Volunteers. Published by request. 

Savannah, Ga.: George N. Nichols, Printer. 1863. 8vo. pp. 28. 

Gordon, George Henry. — A War Diary of events in the War 
of the Great Rebellion, 1863-1865. By George H. 
Gordon. 

Boston: James R. Osgood & Company. 1882. 8vo. pp. VI. (1) 1-437. 

Gordon, George Henry. — Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain 
in the War of the Great Rebellion, 1861-62. A revision 
and enlargement (from the latest and most authentic 
sources) of papers numbered 1, 2 and 3, entitled "A 
History of the Second Massachusetts Regiment," and 
"The Second Massachusetts Regiment and Stonewall 
Jackson." By George H. Gordon. 

Boston: James R. Osgood & Company. 1883. Post 8vo. pp. X. (1) 1-376. 

Gordon, George Henry. — History of the Campaign of the 
Army of Virginia, under John Pope, Brigadier-General 
U. S. A., late Major-General U. S. Volunteers, from Cedar 
Mountain to Alexandria, 1862. By George H. Gordon. 

Boston: Houghton, Osgood & Company. 1880. Ry. 8vo. pp. XIV. 1-498. 

Explanatory Tables of Plates I. -IV. pp. (5) 

Autograph letter of Gen. Gordon, 35 portraits, etc., and 2 maps inserted. 

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Gordon, George Henry. — The Second Mass. Regiment of 
Infantry. 

1. The Organization and early history of the Second Mass. Regiment 
of Infantry. An address delivered by George H. Gordon, Bvt. 
Major-Gen. of Volunteers and Colonel Second Mass. Regiment 
of Infantry in the late war, at the annual meeting of the Second 
Massachusetts Infantry Association, on May nth, 1873. Boston: 
Press of Rockwell & Churchhill. 1873. 8vo. pp. 35. 

2. History of the Second Mass. Regiment of Infantry. Second paper 
delivered by George H. Gordon, at the annual meeting, May n, 

1874. Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son. 1874. 8vo. pp. 68. 

3. History of the Second Mass. Regiment of Infantry. Third paper 
delivered by George H. Gordon, at the annual meeting, May n, 

1875. Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son. 1875. 8vo. pp. 231. 
3 Vols. Privately printed for the Association. 

Autograph letters of Gen. Gordon and Adjt. Fox, camp view, cuttings, etc. 
inserted. 

Gordon, John Brown. — My First Command and the Out- 
break of the War. By General John B. Gordon, of the 
Confederate Army. Gettysburg. By General John P. 
Gordon. 

Scribner's Magazine, May, 1903. pp. 515-699. July, 1903. pp. 1-24. 

Gordon, John Brown. — Official Report of the Operations of 
Gordon's Division from June 28, 1864, to July 9, 1864, 
inclusive. 

Original Ms. signed and dated July 22, 1864. 4to. pp. 8. 

(Not in Official Records of the War of the Rebellion.) 

Gordon, John Brown. — Reminiscences of the Civil War. 

By General John B. Gordon, of the Confederate Army. 

With portraits. 
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1903. 8vo. pp. XIII. 1-474. 
Autograph letter of Hon. S. W. Pennypacker and letter of Gen. Gordon. 

Gordon, S. T.— The Drum-Beat. 

New York: Published by S. T. Gordon, n. d. 4to. pp. 63. 

Gore, H. W. — The Independent Corps of Cadets of Boston, 
Mass., at Fort Warren, Boston Harbor, in 1862. Com- 
piled by H. W. Gore. 

Boston: Press of Rockwell & Churchhill. 1888. 8vo. pp. 447. 

100 copies printed. No. 66. 

Gorham, George C. — Life and Public Services of Edwin 
M. Stanton. By George C. Gorham. With portraits, 
maps, and facsimiles of important letters. 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. 1899. 8vo. 

Vol.1, pp. XV. 1-456. Vol.11, pp. XIV. 1-502. 

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Gorman, J. C. — Lee's Last Campaign, with an accurate 

history of Stonewall Jackson's last wound. 
Raleigh. 1866. i8mo. pp. 59. Second Edition. 

Goss, Elbridge Henry. — The Melrose Memorial. The annals 
of Melrose County of Middlesex, Massachusetts, in the 
Great Rebellion of 1861-65. By Elbridge H. Goss. 

n. p. Sm. 4to. pp. XXIX. 1-292. Errata 1. 

Privately printed by subscription 1868. Autograph letter of Author. 

Goss, Warren Lee. — Jack Alden : A story of adventures in the 
Virginia Campaigns 1861-65. By Warren Lee Gos*). 
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. 8vo. pp. XII. 1-412. 

Goss, Warren Lee. — The Boy's Life of General Sheridan. 

By Warren Lee Goss. 
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, Publishers. i2mo. pp. 318. 

Goss, Warren Lee. — The Soldier's Story of His Captivity at 
Andersonville, Belle Isle and other Rebel prisons, with an 
appendix containing the names of the Union Soldiers who 
died at Andersonville with the numbers of their graves, 
their rank, the companies and regiments to which they 
belonged, the dates of their decease and the diseases of 
which they died and also "many certificates to the truth- 
fulness of the book. Embellished with a beautiful pre- 
sentation page and four full page illustrations by Thomas 
Nast, the celebrated American Artist; a steel portrait of 
the Author; several maps drawn from actual measure- 
ments and many accurate illustrations of prison life taken 
from rebel photographs now in the possession of the 
publishers. 

Boston: Lee & Shepard. 1871. 8vo. pp.357. Newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Goss, Warren Lee. — Tom Clifton, or Western Boys in Grant 

and Sherman's Army, 1861-65. By Warren Lee Goss. 
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. (1892.) i2mo. pp. XII. 1-427. 

Gosson, Louis C. — Post-Bellum Campaigns of the Blue and 
Gray 1881-1882. By Louis C. Gosson, Aide-de-Camp 
to the Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Army of the 
Republic, Past Commander of Aaron Wilkes Post No. 23, 
Department of New Jersey, G. A. R. 

(Motto.) Trenton, N.J. : Day & Narr, Printers. 1882. l6mo. pp.192. 200 

copies printed. Autograph note of Author. 

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Gotwald, Frederick G. — Gettysburg: Lincoln's Address and 
Our Educational Institutions. Published by the Board 
of Education of the General Synod of the Evangelical 
Lutheran Church in the United States, Rev. Frederick G. 
Gotwald, General Secretary, York, Penna. 1907. 

n. p. 8vo. pp. 31. 

Gould, Benjamin Apthorp. — U S. Sanitary Commission.. 

Statistical Bureau. Ages of U. S. Volunteer Soldiery. 
New York. 1866. 8vo. pp. 43. Charts (7). 

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 his war correspondence, embracing the period from 
Bull Run to Chancellorsville. By Edward K. Gould. 

Rockland, Maine: Press of the Courier-Gazette. 1899. 8vo. pp. 312. 

Gould, John Mead. — Directory of the First, Tenth, Twenty- 
ninth Maine Regiment Association. Compiled for the 
use of the Association, by Maj. John M. Gould, Sec't. 
1889. 

Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1889. 8vo. pp. 40. 

Gould, John Mead. — History of the First, Tenth, Twenty- 
ninth Maine Regiments in the service of the United States 
from May 3, 1861, to June 31, 1866, with a history of 
the Tenth Maine Battalion by Rev. Leonard G. Jordan. 

Portland. 1871. 8vo. pp. 709. 

Autograph letter of Major Gould, notices, reviews, etc., inserted. 

Gould, John Mead. — Joseph R. F. Mansfield, Brigadier- 
General of the U. S. Army. A narrative of events con- 
nected with his mortal wounding at Antietam, Sharpsburg, 
Maryland, September 17, 1862. By John Mead Gould, 
late Acting Adjutant 10th Maine Volunteers, and Major 
29th Maine Veteran Vols. 

Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1895. 8vo. pp. 32 (1). 

Gould, Joseph. — The Story of the Forty-eighth. A 
record of the Campaigns of the Forty-eighth Regiment 
Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry during the 
four eventful years of its service in the war for the pre- 
servation of the Union. By Joseph Gould, late Quarter- 
master Sergeant of the Regiment, Mt. Carmel, Pa. 

n. p. Published by authority of the Regimental Association. 1908. 

8vo. pp. 471. 

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Goulding, J. H. — Official Military and Naval Records of 
Rutland, Vermont, in the War of the Rebellion, 1861- 
1866; men credited to town, residents since the war or 
buried in cemeteries within the limits of the original town, 
compiled by vote of the towns of Rutland, West Rutland 
and Proctor, by J. H. Goulding, 1889-90-91. 

Rutland: The Tuttle Company. 1891. 8vo. pp. 100. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Gracie, Archibald. — The Truth About Chickamauga. By 

Archibald Gracie. 
(Motto.) Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin &' Company. 191 1. 
8vo. pp. XXXII. (1) 1-462. 

Gracey, Samuel L. — Annals of the Sixth Pennsylvania 
Cavalry. 

Published for the Officers of the Regiment by E. H. Butler & Company. 
MDCCCLXVIII. 8vo. pp. 371. (Folio map.) 
500 copies printed. No. 378, cuttings, etc., inserted. 
Autograph note of Col James Starr. 

Gragg, Isaac Paul. — Homes of the Massachusetts Ances- 
tors of Major-General Joseph Hooker. By Isaac P. 
Gragg, Brevet Captain U. S. Vols. 

Boston, Mass.: Copyrighted, 1900, by Isaac P. Gragg. 8vo. pp. 24 (3). 

Gragg, Isaac Paul. — The Third Army Corps Badge. 

Boston, Mass. June 29, 1886. i2mo. pp. (4). 

Graham, C. R. — Under Both Flags. A Panorama of the 
Great Civil War as represented in story, anecdote, adven- 
ture and the romance of reality, written by celebrities of 
both sides. The men and women who created the 
greatest epoch of our nation's history. An unprejudiced 
representation of the issues that divided our country, as 
told in the personal recollections of those who participated 
in the campaigns, marches, sufferings, anecdotes and 
instances of dauntless heroism which glorified and en- 
nobled this gigantic struggle for the supremacy of the 
Union. Gorgeously illustrated with about 250 superb 
illustrations from photographs and drawings accurately 
picturing the scenes described. Copyrighted, C. R. 
Graham, 1896. 

Indianapolis, Ind.: Union Publishing Company, n. d. 4to. pp. (16) 1-592. 

325 



Graham, James A. — Historical Sketch of the Twenty- 
seventh Regiment N. C. Infantry. By Captain James 
A. Graham. 

Our Living and Our Dead, Oct. 15 and 22, 1873. pp. (40). (Mounted.) 

Graham, James A. — Historical Sketch of the Twenty- 
Seventh Regiment, North Carolina Infantry. By 
Captain James A. Graham. 

Our Living and Our Dead, Oct., 1874. pp. 97-122. Vol. I. No. 2. 

Graham, Matthew J. — The Ninth Regiment New York 
Volunteers (Hawkin's Zouaves) being a history of the 
Regimental and Veteran Association from i860 to 1900. 
By Lieut. Matthew J. Graham, Company "A" Ninth 
Regiment N. Y. Volunteers and U. S. Veteran Reserve 
Corps. 

New York. MDCCCC. 8vo. pp. XL 1-634. 

Graham, S. M. Meredith. — A Short History of the Three 

Merediths. By S. M. Meredith Graham. 
(Tunkhannock, Pa. n. d.) 8vo. pp. 7. 

Granger, James Nathaniel. — Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion of the United States, Minnesota Commandery, 
Companion Warren Granger, Lieut.-Colonel 100th N. Y. 
Infantry and Brevet Colonel U. S. Volunteers. A 
Monograph by Companion James N. Granger, of the 
Massachusetts Commandery, A. D. 1895. 

n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 42. (3). 

Granger, J. T. — A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Life of 
Major-General Grenville M. Dodge. Compiled from 
Official Records. By J. T. Granger, Private Secretary. 

New York: Press of Styles & Cash. 1893. 8vo. pp. 128. 

"Printed for private distribution." 

Granger, Moses Moorhead. — A Fair Answer to the Confed- 
erate Appeal at Richmond. By Moses Moorhead Granger, 
formerly Captain 18th U. S. Infantry; Lieutenant-Colonel 
I22d Ohio Volunteer Infantry; Brevet Colonel U. S. 
Volunteers; Chief Judge of the Supreme Court Com- 
mission of Ohio; Author of "The Battle of Cedar Creek;" 
"Washington vs. Jefferson;" "The Case tried by Battle 
in 1861-65." 

n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 32. 

326 



Granger, Moses Moorhead. — The Official War Record of 
the I22d Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infantry from 
October 8, 1862, to June 26, 1865, copied from Volumes 
25, 27, 29, 33, 36, 37, 40, 42, 43 and 46, Series 1., U. S. 
War Records, and from Volumes III and V of Series 3, by 
Moses Moorhead Granger, who served from September 10, 
1862, to December 16, 1864, as Major and Lieutenant- 
Colonel of said Regiment. 

Zanesville, Ohio: George Liltenthal, Printer. 1912. 8vo. pp. 146. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Grant, J. W. — The Flying Regiment. Journal of the Cam- 
paign of the 12th Regiment Rhode Island Volunteers. 
Providence. 1865. i8mj. pp. 152. 

Grant, Ulysses Simpson. — Grant's Amnesty Record, being 
a review of his treatment of the vanquished Confederates, 
his intercession in behalf of General Lee and others, and 
his strong appeals for amnesty, with a paragraph from 
A. H. Stephens' Book. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. (8). 

Grant, Ulysses Simpson. — Official Report of Lieut.-Gen. 
Ulysses S. Grant, embracing a history of the operations 
of the Armies of the Union from March, 1862, to the 
closing scene of the Rebellion. 

New York: Beadle & Company, Publishers. (1866.) i6mo. pp. 87. 

Grant, Ulysses Simpson. — Official Report of Lieut.-Gen. 
Ulysses S. Grant, embracing a history of the operations 
of the Armies of the Union from March, 1862, to the 
closing scene of the Rebellion. 

New York: Beadle & Company. (1866.) i8mo. pp. 87. 

Grant, Ulysses Simpson. — Report of Lieutenant-General 
U. S. Grant, of the Armies of the United States, 1864-65. 
Accompanied by a portrait. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1866. 8vo. pp. 77. 

Grant, Ulysses Simpson. — Personal Memoirs of U. S. 

Grant in two volumes. 
New York: Charles L. Webster & Company. 1885. 
8vo. Vol. I. pp. 584. Vol. II. pp. 647. 

Autograph letter of Gen. Grant, dated Vicksburg March 2, 1863, to Lieut.- 
Gen. Pemberton regarding an order of Admiral Porter, pp. 3. 
82 plates, 8 maps, reviews, cuttings, etc., inserted. 

327 



Grant, Ulysses Simpson. — Proceedings in Congress on the 
occasion of the Reception and Acceptance of the Statue 
of General Ulysses S. Grant, presented by The Grand 
Army of the Republic, May 19, 1900. 

56th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Document No. 451. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1901. 8vo. pp. 135. 

Grant, Ulysses Simpson. — Report of Lieutenant-General 
U. S. Grant of the Armies of the United States. 1864-65. 
(War Dept. A. G. O. Nov. 18, 1865.) 8vo. pp. 44. 

Grasset, Ernest. — La Guerre D 'Amerique (1 861 -1865) Premiere 
Partie. Organisation de 1' Armie Americaine Campagne 
de 1 861. 

Paris. 1 88 1. 8vo. pp. 62 (1). 

Grayson, A. J. — "The Spirit of 1861." History of the Sixth 
Indiana Regiment in the three months' campaign in 
Western Virginia. Full of humor and originality, depict- 
ing battles, skirmishes, forced marches, incidents in camp 
life, etc., with the names of every officer and private in 
the Sixth Regiment. By A. J. Grayson. 

Madison, Ind.: Courier Print, n. d. 8vo. pp. 52. 

Greble, John Trout. — A Biographical Sketch of the late 

Lieut. John T. Greble, U. S. A. 
(Reprinted from Heroes and Martyrs.) n. d. 4to. pp. (1) 109-118. 

Grecian, J. — History of the Eighty-third Regiment Indiana 
Volunteer Infantry, for three years with Sherman. 
Compiled from the Regimental and Company Books, and 
other sources, as well as from the writer's own observations 
and experience. Written in the "Field" and in the 
"Shelter-Tent," near Washington, D. C, June 3, 1865, 
by J. Grecian, of Company A. 

Cincinnati: John F. Uhlhorn, Printer. 1865. 12 mo. pp. IV. 163. 

Greeley, Horace. — The American Conflict, a history of the 
Great Rebellion in the United States of America 1860-64, 
its causes, incidents and results, intended to exhibit 
especially its moral and political phases with the drift 
and progress of American opinion respecting human 
slavery from 1776 to the close of the W T ar for the Union. 
By Horace Greeley. Illustrated by portraits on steel of 
Generals, Statemen and other eminent men; views of 
places of historic interest, maps, diagrams of battlefields, 
naval actions, etc., from official sources. 

Hartford: Published by Case & Company. 1866. 

8vo. Vol.1, pp. 648. Vol. II. pp. 782. 

328 



Green, Charles R. — Patriotic Lyndon. A History of Several 
Organizations at the County Seat of Osage County, 
Kansas, the Last Seventeen Years, which have made it a 
"Patriotic Lyndon." Containing the Roster of about 
250 or more Ex-Union Soldiers and Sailors of the late 
War, who have or do yet gather at Lyndon for Decoration 
Days, with their post office addresses when known and 
in cases of death, their widows and children. Together 
with the Roster and History of the Woman's Relief Corps 
and Sons of Veterans, sketches of the Commanders of 
Lyndon Post G. A. R., prison experiences, history of the 
Osage County Soldiers Battalion, Capt. Whinrey's Valley 
Brook Veteran Company, Capt. Joe Stavely's Lyndon 
Guards, histDry of several Lyndon Band organizations 
and list of members. Names of those whose graves we 
decorate in the Lyndon Cemetery, and Appendix for 
Corrections. By Charles R. Green, late a member of the 
1 01 st O. V. I., Army of the Cumberland. 

Lyndon, Kans.: C. R. Green, Publisher. 1897. 8vo. pp. 100-160. 

Green, John Pugh. — Abraham Lincoln. Military Order of 
the Loyal Legion of the United States, Commandery of 
the State of Pennsylvania, Memorial Meeting, February 
14, 1912. "Lincoln and His Cabinet," by Companion 
John Pugh Green. 

(Philadelphia. 1912.) 8vo. pp. 18. 

Green, John Pugh. — Address delivered by Captain John P. 
Green at the unveiling of the Portrait of Colonel Thomas 
Alexander Scott, presented by Mrs. Joseph E. Thropp to 
the Mercersburg Academy, Mercersburg, Pa., June 4, 
1907. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 23. Presentation copy. Privately printed. 

Green, John Pugh. — The Movement of the iith and 12th 
Army Corps from the Potomac to the Tennessee. Read 
by John P. Green, late Captain and A. A. G. 2d Brig., 
2d Div., 1 2th A. C, before the Commandery of the State 
of Pennsylvania, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of 
the United States, March 23d, 1892, on the occasion of 
the reception given to the Sons and Successors of the 
Companions, at the Union League, Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia: Allen, Lane & Scott Printing House. 1892. 8vo. pp. 16. 

200 printed. Presentation copy. Autograph note of Author. 

329 



Green, Robert M. — History of the One Hundred and 
Twenty-fourth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers in 
the War of the Rebellion 1862-1863; Regimental Reunions 
1885-1906; History of Monument. Compiled by Robert 
M. Green. Approved by the Regimental Committee. 

Philadelphia: Ware Bros. Company, Printers. 1907. 8vo. pp. 396 (4). 

Green, Samuel A. — Roll of Honor: Groton, Massachusetts. 

By Samuel A. Green. 
(Reprinted from the Groton Historical Series, September, 1897. Vol. IV., No. 5.) 
8vo. pp. 7. 

Greene, Charles Shiel. — Thrilling Stories of the Great 
Rebellion, comprising heroic adventures and hair- 
breadth escapes of soldiers, scouts, spies and refugees; 
daring exploits of smugglers, guerrillas, desperadoes and 
others; tales of loyal and disloyal women; stories of the 
negro, etc., with incidents of fun and merriment in camp 
and field. By a disabled officer. With illustrations. 

Philadelphia. 1865. i2mo. pp. 384. 

Greene, Charles Shiel. — Thrilling Stories of the Great 
Rebellion, comprising heroic adventures and hair- 
breadth escapes of soldiers, scouts, spies and refugees; 
daring exploits of smugglers, guerrillas, desperadoes, and 
others; tales of loyal and disloyal women; stories of the 
negro, etc., with incidents of fun and merriment in camp 
and field, together with an account of the death of Presi- 
dent Lincoln, fate of the assassins, capture of Jefferson 
Davis, and the end of the War. By Lieutenant-Colonel 
Charles S. Greene. With illustrations. 

Philadelphia: John E. Potter. 1866. 8vo. pp. 494. 

Greene, Francis Vinton. — The Mississippi. By Francis 

Vinton Greene, Lieut, of Engineers, U. S. Army. 
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1882. i2mo. pp. IX. (1) 1-276. 
Nine maps and thirty-eight views inserted. 
Autograph letter of Gen. Greene. 

Greene, J. H. — Reminiscences of the War. Bivouacs, 
marches, skirmishes, and battles, extracts from letters 
written home from 1861 to 1865 by J. H. Greene, Capt. 
Co. F. 8th (Eagle) Wis. Reg. Inft. 

Medina, Ohio: Gazette Print. 1866. 8vo. pp. 87. 

50 copies printed. 

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Greene, Jacob Lyman. — Gen. William B. Franklin and 
the operations of the left wing at the battle of Fredericks- 
burg December 13, 1862. By Jacob L. Greene, Brevet 
Lieut.-Col. U. S. V. 

Hartford, Conn.: Belknap & Warfield. 1900. Sm. 4*0. pp. 38. (Map.) 

Privately printed. 

Greene, Jacob Lyman. — In Memoriam William Buel Franklin, 
February 27, 1823, March 8, 1903. 

(Reprinted from the Hartford Courant, March 9, 1903.) 8vo. pp. 60. 
Privately printed. 

Greene, R. H. — War Veterans of the Seventh Regiment 

N. G. S. N. Y. Compiled by R. H. Greene, Secretary. 
New York. April 7, 1894. i2mo. pp. 10 (addenda). Autograph of Author. 

Greene, William Batchelder. — The Defences of Washing- 
ton. Col. Greene vs. Gen. Wadsworth. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. — (Mounted.) 
"Newspaper accounts covering the controversy." 

Greenhow, Rose. — My Imprisonment and the First Year of 

Abolition Rule at Washington. By Mrs. Greenhow. 
London: Richard Bently. 1863. 8vo. pp. 352. 

Greer, J. J. — Beyond the Lines or a Yankee Prisoner Loose in 
Dixie. By Captain J.J. Greer, late of General Buckland's 
Staff, with an introduction by Rev. Alexander Clark. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia: J. W. Daughaday. 1863. i2mo. pp. 285. 

Greg, Percy. — History of the United States from the 
foundation of Virginia to the reconstruction of the Union. 
By Percy Greg. 

London: W. H. Allen & Co. 1887. 

8vo. Vol. I. pp. XVIII. 1-490. Vol. II. pp. XIII. 1-527. 

Gregg, David McMurtrie. — An Army Officer's Memoirs. 
Address by Gen. D. McM. Gregg, of this city. Delivered 
before Keim Post, No. 76, G. A. R. on 16th inst. Incidents 
in Army life of narrator; encounter with Indians, and 
night ride at Battle of Gettysburg. 

Reading, Penna.: The News, Saturday, January 26, 1884. 

8vo. pp. (14). (Mounted.) 

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Gregg, David McMurtrie. — Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion of the United States, Commandery of the State 
of Pennsylvania. The Second Cavalry Division of the 
Army of the Potomac in the Gettysburg Campaign. By 
Brevet Major-General David McM. Gregg. Read before 
the Commandery May I, 1907. 

Philadelphia. 1907. 8vo. pp. 14. 500 printed. 
Autograph letters of Author. 

Gregg, Frank M. — Andrews Raiders, or the Last Scenes and 
the Final Chapter of the Daring Incursion into the Heart 
of the Confederacy. By Frank M. Gregg. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. : Republican Job Print. 1891. i2mo. pp. 82. 

Gregg, J. Chandler. — Life in the Army, in the Department 
of Virginia, and the Gulf, including observations in New- 
Orleans, with an account of the Author's life and exper- 
iences in the ministry. By Rev. J. Chandler Gregg. 

Philadelphia: Perkinpine & Higgins. 1868. i2mo. pp. 271. 

Second Edition, revised and corrected. 

Greiner, H. C. — General Phil. Sheridan: As I Knew Him, 
Playmate, Comrade, Friend. By Captain H. C. Greiner. 
Beautifully illustrated. 

Chicago: J. S. Hyland & Company. 1908. 8vo. pp. 422 (3). 

Grew, William. — Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862. By 
William Grew, Private Co. I, 114th P. V. Regimental 
Historian. 

n. p. n. d. Folio sheet folded. 

Grigsby, Melvin. — The Smoked Yank. By Melvin Grigsby. 

Illustrated. 
Chicago: Regan Printing Company. 1891. 8vo. pp. 238. Second Edition. 

Griswold, Anna. — Col. Griswold (Charles Edward Griswold, 

Col. 56th Mass. Vols.). 
Brookline (Mass.) May 6, 1866. i2mo. pp. 67. Privately printed. 
Presentation copy from Mrs. Griswold. 

Grose, William. — The Story of the Marches, Battles and 
Incidents of the 36th Regiment Indiana Volunteer 
Infantry. By a member of the Regiment. 

New Castle, Ind. : The Courier Company Press. 1891. 8vo. pp. 256. 

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Gross, George J. — The Battlefield of Gettysburg. From 

the Philadelphia Press of Nov. 27, 1865. 
Philadelphia: Collins, Printer. 1866. 8vo. pp. 32. 100 copies printed. 
14 engravings, 2 maps, inserted. 

Autograph letters Geo. J. Gross, A. G. Curtin and J. G. Rosengarten. 
Autographs of J. W. Forney, E. Pennington, A. A. Humphreys, J. T. Owen 
and W. S. Hancock. 

Grosvenor, Charles Henry. — Oration of General Charles H. 
Grosvenor before the Society of the Army of the Cumber- 
land at its reunion in Milwaukee, September 20, 1882. 

Cincinnati: Press of Robt. Clarke & Co. 1883. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Grout, William W. — An Oration before the reunion Society 
of Vermont Officers in the Representatives Hall, Mont- 
pelier, Vt., November 4, 1869. 

Rutland. 1869. 8vo. pp. 29. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Grove, S. Ed. — Souvenir and Guide Book of Harper's 
Ferry, Antietam and South Mountain Battlefields. By 
S. Ed. Grove, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. 

Martinsburg, W. Va. : Press of Thompson Brothers. 1898. 8vo. pp. 103. 

Groves, J. Percy. — On and Off Duty. By Captain J. Percy 
Groves. Illustrated by Henry Payne and Arthur Payne. 
London, Paris and New York: Raphael Tuck & Sons. Folio, pp. 34. 

Grubb, Edward Burd. — Notes of a Staff Officer of our 
First New Jersey Brigade on the Seven Days Battle on 
the Peninsula in 1862. By E. Burd Grubb, Brevet 
Brigadier-General U. S. Volunteers. 

Moorestown, N. J. 1910. 8vo. pp. 32. Presentation copy from Author. 

Grubb, Edward Burd. — The Volunteer Soldiers of 
Burlington. A Memorial Day Oration, delivered by 
General E. Burd Grubb, at Birch's Opera House, Burling- 
ton, N. J., May 30th, 1889. 

Burlington, N. J. 1889. 8vo. pp. 18. 

Grugan, Florance William. — Copy of the Muster-out Roll 
of the Commonwealth Artillery Company of Pennsylvania 
Volunteers, Philadelphia, 1861, together with the indivi- 
dual " Records of Service " of the members of the Company 
subsequent to the expiration of its term of service, as 
furnished by the Adjutant-General of the United States, 
through General Guthrie, Adjutant-General of the State 
of Pennsylvania. With further particulars of service. 
Compiled by Flor. W. Grugan, Secretary of the Common- 
wealth Artillery Association. April 24th, 1885. 

Philadelphia, Pa.: Royal Printing House. 1885. 8vo. pp. 27. 

125 copies printed. 

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Grugan, Florance William. — Muster Roll of the Common- 
wealth Artillery Company of Philadelphia, U. S. Vols, on 
duty at Fort Delaware, April 24th to August 5th, 1861. 

Philadelphia, Pa. April, 1881. 8vo. pp. 4. Privately printed. 

Grundy, (Mrs.) — Vol. I., Nos. 1 to 12, Saturday, July 8, 1865, 

to Saturday Sept., 23 1865. 
New York. 1865. 4*0. pp. — Complete, all published. 

Grunert, William. — History of the One Hundred and 
Twenty-ninth Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry. 
Containing the marches, events and battles of the Army, 
commanded by Gen. Sherman, from the commencement 
of the Campaign against Atlanta, Georgia, to the arrival 
at Washington, D. C; also the return of the Regiment 
from Washington to Chicago, 111., and events on the 
route and in Chicago. By William Grunert. 

Winchester, 111.: Printed by R. B. Dedman, 1866. i2mo. pp. 283. 

Guernsey, Alfred Hudson — Alden, Henry Mills. — Harper's 
Pictorial History of the Great Rebellion. By Alfred H. 
Guernsey and Henry M. Alden. 

New York: Harper & Brother, Publishers. 1866-68. 

Part I. to the close of the Peninsular Campaign of 1862. pp. (4) 380. 

Part II. pp. IV. 381-836. 2 Vols. Folio. 

Guernsey, Alfred Hudson — Alden, Henry Mills. — Harper's 
Pictorial History of the Great Rebellion. By Alfred H. 
Guernsey and Henry M. Alden. 

Chicago, 111.: McDonnell Bros. n. d. 

Part I. pp. (V.) 1-380. Part II. pp. (IV.) 381-836. 

Guernsey, Alfred Hudson. — Sherman and Johnston. The 

Atlanta Campaign. 
The New York World. 1875. 8vo. pp. — (Mounted.) 
Autograph notes of Generals Sherman and Johnston. 

Guernsey, Alfred Hudson. — Sherman's Great March. 

(Illustrated.) 
Harper's Magazine, Oct., 1865. pp. — 

Guernsey, Alfred Hudson. — Campaigns of Robert E. Lee. 

The Galaxy, May and June, 1871. pp. — 

Guernsey, Alfred Hudson. — The Seven Days' Battles. 

Harper's Magazine, Mar., 1866. pp. — 

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Guernsey, Rocellus Sheridan. — Bibliography of the United 

States relating to Military collective biography. 
New York. 1874. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Gunnison, E. Norman. — Our Stars for the Army of the 
Potomac. By E. Norman Gunnison, Second New 
Hampshire Volunteers. 

Philadelphia. 1863. i2mo. pp. 120. 

Gurowski, Adam. — Diary. 

1. From March 4, 1861, to November 12, 1862. Boston: Lee & 
Shepard. 1862. pp. XII. 315. 

2. From November 18, 1862, to October 18, 1863. New York : 
Carleton, Publisher. 1864. pp. 348. 

3. For 1863-64-65. 

(Motto.) Washington, D. C: W. H. and O. H. Morrison. 1866. 
i2mo. pp. 413. 3 Vols. 

G. A. W. — Letters of Captain Henry Richards, of the 

Ninety-third Ohio Infantry. 
Press of Wrightson & Company. 1883. 8vo. pp. 48. 
100 copies privately printed. 

Game of Confederate Heroes. (A series of cards.) (Illus- 
trated with pictures.) 
n. p. n. d. 48mo. pp. — 

G. A. R. Guide to Washington, with a brief description of some 
points of historic interest on and near the line of the 
Baltimore & Ohio R. R. 

n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 74. (Maps 2). 

George Giles, or "My Mother's Bible." 

Richmond, Va.: Presbyterian Committee of Publication, n. d. i8mo. pp.8. 

General Alger's Record. The War Department furnishes 
the Official Evidence of his gallant services in the War for 
the Union. General Custer's unfavorable report proven 
to have been utterly unfounded and cruelly unjust. The 
original Hospital Certificate showing Alger in the hospital 
from Aug. 30, to Sept. 5, 1864. General Alger's Army 
Record absolutely regular and without a single flaw from 
the beginning to the end. The strongest recommenda- 
tions for his promotion by his Superior Officers throughout 
his service. The Official Records in the War Department 
a splendid tribute to Alger's bravery and faithfulness in 
every duty. 

Philadelphia: The Times, March 14, 1892. 8vo. pp. (32). (Mounted.) 

335 



Gen. Burnside's Campaign on the Rappahannock. A Quarter 
Century Ago. Story of the Sunken Road and the fatal 
Stone Wall. 

Philadelphia. Dec. 19th, 1887. 8vo. pp. (20). 

Gen. Jacob M. Campbell. Working men read the history and 
progress of one of your own class who has risen from the 
ranks, ever ready with a willing heart, a strong arm and 
a trusty sword to defend his country. 

n. p. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 10. Autograph letter Gen. Campbell, 54th P. V. . 

General Grant's Letters to a Friend, 1861-1880, with 

introduction and notes by James Grant Wilson. 
New York and Boston: T. Y. Crowell & Company. MDCCCXCVII. 
i8mo. pp. X. 1-132. 

General U. S. Grant Memorial Service held in Pawtucket, R. I. 

on the day of Gen. Grant's Funeral, Aug. 8, 1885. 
(Extract.) Pawtucket: Tower Post No. 17, G. A. R. 1885. 8vo. pp. 36. 

General Grant's Reception at Chicago. Full report of the 
Grand Reunion of the Soldiers and Sailors of the late war, 
held at Chicago, Nov. 12 to 15, 1879. Also all the speeches 
made at the grand banquet of the Army of the Tennessee 
held at the Palmer House Nov. 13, 1875. 

Chicago: Miller's Cheap Book Store, n. d. 8vo. pp. — 

General H. W. Halleck's Report reviewed in the light of 

facts. 
New York: Anson D. F. Randolph. 1862. 8vo. pp. 23. 

General Lyon. 

The Continental Monthly, April, 1862. pp. — 

Gen. McClellan's Record. His sympathy with the South. 

Read for yourselves. 
(Cincinnati. 1864.) 8vo. pp. 12. 

General Patterson's Campaign in Virginia. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. — 

General Return of the Armies of the United States for June 
30, 1862. Compiled under the direction of Brigadier- 
General Richard C. Drum, Adjutant-General U. S. Army. 

Washington, D. C: Adjutant-General's Office. 1884. 8vo. pp. 6. 

50 copies printed. 

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General Summary of Casualties in the Union Forces operating 

against Richmond, Va., July 1-31, 1864. 
(War Department: War Records Office. 1888.) 8vo. pp. 36. 
50 copies printed. 

General William T. Sherman. Proceedings in the Senate 
on the announcement of his death, Feb. 14th, 1891. 
Remarks of Senators. 

Washington. 1891. 8vo. pp. 16. 

General Sickles. 

General Sickles' Promotion. 1910. A Bill Private Calendar No. 174. 

61st Congress^ 2d Session, House of Representatives 13383. 

(Report No. 483.) 
Major-Gen. Daniel E. Sickles. 61st Congress, 2d Session, House of 

Representatives. Private Calendar No. 174. Report No. 483. 
Major-General Daniel E. Sickles. Speech of Hon. William Sulzer, of 

New York, in the House of Representatives, April 15, 19 10. 
8vo. pp. (73). 

General Henry Goddard Thomas 1837- 1897. Memorial. 
Portland, Maine. 1898. 4to. pp. 75 (1). Privately printed. 

Gen. Tochman's Case (C. S. A.) 

Richmond : House of Representatives. Jan. 15, 1864. n. d. 8vo. pp.8. 

General Turchin Vindicated. The claim of his brigade to 
the De Long Point in Missionary Ridge is finally estab- 
lished by the Acting Secretary of War. Various decisions 
of the War Department. 

n. p. (1907.) 8vo. pp. 7. 

Generals and Battles of the Civil War. (Series of pictures.) 
n. p. n. d. Oblong 4to. Folded. Appendix (Text pp. 24.) 

Gettysburg. 

1. Address of the Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association. 
PP. (6). 

2. Report of the Executive Committee. Dec. 22, 1881. pp. (2). 

3. Report of the Executive Committee, June 26, 1882. pp. (1). 

4. Report of the Executive Committee, Dec. 28, 1882. pp. (2). 

5. Report of the Executive Committee, July 2, 1883. pp. (3). 

6. Tablets and Monuments. 1884. pp. (1). 

7. Map. Folio. 

8. Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association, (with map of the 
Battlefield), pp. (3). 1884- 1885. 

9. Gettysburg and Vicinity. Map folio. 

10. Gettysburg Monuments, pp. (4). 

11. Tablets and Monuments. Rules and Regulations, pp. (i). 

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12. Report of Executive Committee, June 7, 1886. pp. (1). 

13. Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association, (with map of 
the Battlefield), pp. (3). 1886-1887. 

14. An Act House of Representatives No. 178, Session of 1887. pp. (1). 

15. Extract from Philadelphia Press Feb., 1887. Gettysburg 
Memorials, pp. (1). 

16. Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association, (with map of the 
Battlefield), pp. (3). 1888-1889. 

17. Reasons why the lines of battle of the Army of Northern Virginia 
at Gettysburg should be marked, pp. (2). 

18. Report of Executive Committee, June 3, 1889. pp. (2). 

19. Report of Executive Committee, June 2, 1890. pp. (1). 

20. Report of Executive Committee, June 1, 1891. pp. (1). 
2i. Report of Executive Committee, June 6, 1892. pp. (2). 

22. Report of Executive Committee, June 6, 1893. pp. (2). 

23. Letter of March, 1895, to the Stockholders. (1). 

24. Proxy forms for voting to turn Battlefield into a National Park, 
pp. (2). 

25. Menu, Banquet Battlefield Memorial Association, May 22, 1895. 
pp. (1). 

26. Extract from Minutes of Meeting of the Battlefield Memorial 
Association, Sept. 25, 1888. pp. (l). 

8vo. Complete and unique. 

Gettysburg. (A series of views.) 
(Phila., Pa. 1897.) Oblong 4to. pp. (13). 

Gettysburg. America's Greatest Battlefield. 

Philadelphia: Published by the American Souvenir Co. 1899. 4to. pp. (32). 

Gettysburg and Vicinity, showing the positions of the troops, 
July 3, 1863 (third day's fight) and the land purchased 
and dedicated to the public by General S. Wylie Crawford, 
and the Gettysburg Memorial Association. 

n. p. (March, 1883.) Folio map on linen folded. 8vo. 

Gettysburg Anniversary. Battle of Gettysburg Commission. 

(Senate Congressional Resolution No. 19.) 

(Washington: Government Printing Office. 1913.) 8vo. pp. 5. 

Gettysburg Battlefield. Published by L. H. Nelson Com- 
pany, Portland, Maine. Photographs from W. H. Tipton, 
Gettysburg Official Photographer. 

n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 34. 

Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association. Announce- 
ment. (1863.) 

n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 4. 

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Gettysburg Battlefield. Report from the Committee on 

Military Affairs. 
House of Representatives, 52d Congress, 2d Session, Report 2188. n. d. 
8vo. pp. 4 (1). 

Gettysburg. Confederate Brigade Markers at Gettysburg. 

Blue prints. 1912. 
4to. pp. (15). (Index 7.) Four copies only. 

Gettysburg. Eagle Hotel. Spend your vacation at Gettys- 
burg: The World's Greatest Battlefield, 
n. p. n. d. 481110. pp. 10. 

Gettysburg Electric Railway. Illustrated, 
n. p. n. d. i6mo. pp. (4). 

Gettysburg 1863-1913. Fiftieth Anniversary of the Battle of 
Gettysburg Commission Celebration July 1, 2, 3, 191 3. 
Collection of circulars, letters and programmes in con- 
nection with the celebration. 

4to. pp. — Unique collection. 

Gettysburg. Fiftieth Anniversary of a Famous Battle. Climax 

of a Great War. 
The Daily Telegraph, Wednesday, July 2, 1913. 4to. pp. (4 and map). 
(Mounted.) 

Gettysburg. Fiftieth Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, 
May 11, 1912, referred to the Committee on the Fiftieth 
Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg and ordered to 
be printed with accompanying documents. 

62d Congress, 2d Session, Senate Document No. 663. 

8vo. pp. 16. Folio map. 

Gettysburg in Paragraph with Map. What to see. Hints at 

seeing. 
i2mo. pp. — Folded. 

Gettysburg in War and in Peace. A Brief Review of interest- 
ing historical facts and incidents relative to the Famous 
Three Days' Fight so appropriately designated the 
Greatest Battle of Modern Times. How to reach the 
battlefield from the North, East, South and West. The 
Gettysburg Short Line. 
Baltimore, Md. : Issued by the Passenger Department of the Western Maryland 
Railroad, n. d. 8vo. pp. 117. (Second Souvenir Edition.) 

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Gettysburg. Gettysburg Monument to Commemorate the 
services of the Regular Army on that Battlefield, July 
1-3, 1863. pp. 2. 

Reprint from Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution. 

8vo. Circular with Tablets, pp. 4. (Maps.) 

Gettysburg. Issued by the General Passenger Department, 

Philadelphia & Reading Railway. 
Philadelphia: Craig, Finley & Co. n. d. 32mo. pp. 15. 

Gettysburg Past and Present. Issued by Passenger Depart- 
ment, Western Maryland Railway Co. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 116. 

Gettysburg Past and Present. Issued by Passenger Depart- 
ment, The Western Maryland Railway Co. 
Baltimore, Md.: F. M. Howell, General Passenger Agent, n. d. 
i2mo. pp. 69. 

Gettysburg Past and Present. Issued by Passenger Depart- 
ment, Western Maryland Railway Co. (1910.) 
i2mo. pp. 39. 

Gettysburg. Personally Conducted Tours to the Battlefield 

of Gettysburg, May 23, 1908. 
Philadelphia: Press of Allen, Lane & Scott, n. d. 48mo. pp. 19. 

Gettysburg. Positions of Brigades, Army of the Potomac, in 
Gettysburg Battlefield. A series of Blue Prints, drawings 
showing the positions of each Brigade with the location 
of the Brigade Markers, 74 in number. 

4to. pp. 38. 3 copies only. 

Gettysburg National Military Park Commission. Annual 

Reports to the Secretary of War 1 893-1 901. 
Washington: Government Printing Office. 1902. 8vo. Text 56. Plates 183. 
Edition 1000 copies. 

Gettysburg National Military Park Commission. Annual 
Reports of the Gettysburg National Military Park Com- 
mission to the Secretary of War 1893- 1904. 

Washington : Government Printing Office. 1905. 8vo. pp.107. Plates 237. 

Gettysburg National Military Park Commission. Annual 
Reports to the Secretary of War 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 
1897, 1898, 1899. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1900. 8vo. pp. 41. (Plates 140.) 

Edition 500 copies. 

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Gettysburg National Military Park. A collection of the 
photo-engravings accompanying the Annual Reports 
1893-1901. 

8vo. pp. — Two sets only. 

Gettysburg National Military Park Commission. Annual 
Reports to the Secretary of War. 



I. 


For the year 1899. 


pp. 6. (Plates 28.) 


2. 


For the year 1900. 


pp. 9. (Plates 15.) 


3- 


For the year 1901. 


PP- 373-379- 


4- 


For the year 1902. 


pp. 13-17. 


5- 


For the year 1903. 


pp. 225-232. 


6. 


For the year 1904. 


pp.8. 


7- 


For the year 1905. 


PP 13- 


8. 


For the year 1906. 


pp. 7. 


9- 


For the year 1907. 


pp.8. 


10. 


For the year 1908. 


pp. 8. 


11. 


For the year 1909. 


pp. 6. 


12. 


For the year 1910. 


pp. 8. 


13- 


Suppressed Edition, 


3 copies only printed, 1910. 


14. 


For the year 191 1. 


pp. 12. 


15- 


For the year 1912. 


pp. 11. 


16. 


For the year 1913. 


PP- 13- 


XIV Vols. 





pp.8. 



8vo. 

Gettysburg National Military Park Commission. Blue 
prints illustrating the work and accompanying the Annual 
Reports to the War Department. 
Vol. I. 1893. Nos. 1 to 14 inclusive. 
Vol. II. 1894. Nos. 15 to 67 inclusive. 
Vol. III. 1895. Nos. 68 to \6j inclusive. 
Vol. IV. 1896. Nos. 168 to 303 inclusive. 
Vol. V. 1897. Nos. 304 to 323 inclusive. 
Vol. VI. 1898. Nos. 324 to 358 inclusive. 
Vol. VII. 1899. Nos. 359 to 397 inclusive. 
Vol. VIII. 1900. Nos. 398 to 421 inclusive. 
Vol. IX. 1901. Nos. 422 to 451 inclusive. 
Vol. X. 1902. Nos. 452 to 476 inclusive. 
Vol. XI. 1903. Nos. 477 to 491 inclusive. 

Nos. 492 to 514 inclusive. 

Nos. 515 to 546 inclusive. 

Nos. 547 to 564 inclusive. 
Nos. 565 to 610 inclusive. 

Nos. 611 to 626 inclusive. 

Nos. 629 to 651 inclusive. 
Vol. XVIII. 1910. Nos. 653 to 681 inclusive. 
Vol. XIX. 191 1. Nos. 682 to 709 inclusive. 
Vol. XX. 1912. Nos. 710 to 781 inclusive. 
Vol. XXI. 1913. Nos. 782 to 794 inclusive. 
XIX Vols. Folio. 3 sets only. 

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XII. 


1904. 


Vol. 


XIII. 


1905. 


Vol. 


XIV. 


1906. 


Vol. 


XV. 


1907. 


Vol. 


XVI. 


1908. 


Vol. 


XVII. 


1909. 



Gettysburg National Military Park Commission. Photo- 
graphs illustrating the work of the Gettysburg National 
Park Commission. 

Vol. I. Pages 38. 1 893- 1 896. 
Vol. II. Pages 37. 1 893- 1 896. 
Vol. III. Pages 32. 1896-1897. 
Vol. IV. Pages 35. 1898-1901. 
Vol. V. Pages 36. 1901-1904. 
Vol. VI. Pages 35. 1905-1906. 
Vol. VII. Pages 36. 1907-1908. 
Vol. VIII. Pages 36. 1908-1909. 
Vol. IX. Pages 72. 1909-1910. 
Vol. X. Pages 72. 1910-1911. 
Vol. XI. Pages 54. 1912-1913. 
4to. II Vols. Unique collection. 

Gettysburg National Military Park Commission. Letter 
from the Secretary of War, transmitting in response to 
resolution of the Senate of January 22, 1900, a report of 
the Gettysburg National Park Commission relative to 
the acquisition of such lands in the vicinity of Gettysburg 
not exceeding in area the parcels of land shown on the 
map prepared by Maj.-Gen. Daniel E. Sickles. 

56th Congress, 1st Session, Senate. Document No. 172. 

Gettysburg National Park Commission, n. d. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Gettysburg National Military Park Views. 

Published by J. I. Mumper, Battlefield Photographer, and R. C. Miller, 
Custodian of the Jennie Wade House, Gettysburg, Pa. n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 28. 

Gettysburg National Military Park. The Location of the 
Monuments, Markers and Tablets on the Battlefield of 
Gettysburg. A collection of every monument, etc., on 
the field as shown by photographs, 1 863-1 901. 

Vol. I. pp. (74). Vol. II. pp. (70). Vol. III. pp. (69). Folio. 

Three sets only. 

Gettysburg. "To Commemorate the Services of the Regular 

Army in the Gettysburg Campaign, June-July, 1863." 
Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, July-August, 1909. 
PP. 4-I3-58- (Maps) (4). 

Gettysburg. Regulations for the Government of the Gettys- 
burg National Park, Gettysburg, Pa. 1895. 
(Philadelphia.) l2mo. pp. (10). 50 copies printed. 

342 



Gettysburg. Regulations for the Government of the Gettysburg 

National Park, Gettysburg, Pa. 1904. 
(Philadelphia.) i2mo. pp. (12). 

Gettysburg. Regulations for the Government of the Gettys- 
burg National Military Park, Gettysburg, Pa. 191 1. 
(Philadelphia.) i2mo. pp. 12. 

Gettysburg National Park. Inspection Report of Colonel 
E. A. Garlington, Inspector-General U. S. Army, Novem- 
ber, 1904. 

Washington: Government' Printing Office. 1904. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Gettysburg Soldiers National Cemetery. 

1. Report of Select Committee relative to the Soldiers National 
Cemetery. March 31, 1864. Harrisburg. 1864. pp. 108 (3). 

2. Revised Report of the Select Committee relative to the Soldiers 
National Cemetery. (Motto.) Harrisburg. 1865. pp. 212. 

3. Revised Report, together with the address of Maj.-Gen. O. O. 
Howard, delivered July 4, 1866. Harrisburg. 1867. pp. 282. 

8vo. 

Gettysburg. The Story of the Battle of Gettysburg and the 
Field Described as it is on the Fiftieth Anniversary. 
P. R. R. 1863-1913. 

i2mo. (Maps.) pp. 66. 

Glimpses of the Nation's Struggle. 

1. A series of papers read before the Minnesota Commandery of the 
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. 1887. 
pp. 416. 

2. Second series, 1887- 1889, published by the Commandery, Chaplain 
Edward D. Neill, D. D., Editor. 1890. pp. 443. 

3. Third series, 1889-1892, published for the Commandery, Chaplain 
Edward D. Neill, D. D., Editor. 1893. pp. 530. 

4. Fourth series, 1892- 1897, published for the Commandery by 
Brevet Brig.-General Edward C. Mason, U. S. A., Lieutenant Ell 

Torrance, Lieut. David L. Kingsbury, Committee. 1898. pp. 622. 

5. Fifth series, 1897-1902, published for the Commandery by Captain 
J. C. Donahower, Lieutenant Silas H. Towler, Lieutenant David 
L. Kingsbury, Committee. 1903. pp. 521 (33). 

6. Sixth series, 1903-1908, published for the Commandery by Lieut. 
Ell Torrance, Brevet Brig.-Gen. L. F. Hubbard, Brevet Captain 
L. W. Collins, Capt. J. C. Donahower, Capt. W. H. Harries, 
Committee. 1909. pp. 588. 

8vo. 6 Vols. 

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Government Sale Catalogue of Clothing and Equipage, to be 
sold at the Depot of Army Clothing and Equipage, 
Corner of Laight & Washington Sts., New York City, 
on Tuesday, August 6th, 1867, at 11 o'clock A. M. 

Philadelphia: Government Printing Office, Schuylkill Arsenal. 1867. 

i2mo. pp. 10. "War Relics." 

Graduates of the Military Academy who served in the 

Confederate Army, 
n. p. (1901.) 8vo. pp. (8). 

Grand Army of the Republic Almanac for 1879. 

Worcester, Mass. 1878. Sm. 4*0. pp. 80. 

Grand Opening Games of the 12th Regiment N. G. S. N. Y. 
at the New Armory, Sixty-first and Sixty-second Streets 
and Ninth Avenue, Monday Evening, May 2, 1887. 

(New York. 1887.) 4to. pp. (72). 

(Contains in detail a history of a "Representative New York Regiment" 

1847-1887.) 

Grant Monument Association Charter, By-Laws, Officers 

and Trustees, April 1st, 1912. 
n. p. n. d. l6mo. pp. 27. 

Guerre D' Amerique Campagne Du Potomac Mars-Juillet 

1862. 
Paris: Michel Levy Freres, Libraires Editeurs Rue vivunne, 2 Bis, et Boulevard 
Des Italiens, 15 A La Librairie Nouvelle. 1863. Tous droits reserves. 
i2mo. pp. 211. (Map.). 

Guide Book and Descriptive Manual of Battle Flags in Flag 
Room of State House at Annapolis, Md. Clinton L. 
Riggs, Adjutant-General, December, 1907. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Guide to the Battlefield of Gettysburg with Map and 
History of the Battle, Locations of Monuments, and all 
other Points of Interest on the Battlefield. 

Gettysburg: W. J. Cook, Printer. 1889. 8vo. pp. 34. 

Guide to the fortifications and battlefields around Petersburg, 
with a splendid map (Col. Michler's) from actual surveys 
made by the U. S. Engineer Department. Prepared and 
published as a hand book by the proprietors of Jarratt's 
Hotel. 

Petersburg, Va. 1866. 8vo. pp. 27. 

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Guide to the fortifications and battlefields around Petersburg, 
with a splendid map from actual surveys made by the 
U. S. Engineer Department. Prepared and published 
as a hand book. 

Petersburg, Va. 1869. 8vo. pp. 26. 



Haarvig, J. O. — In Memory of Rev. A. H. Quint, D. D. 
Sermon by Rev. J. O. Haarvig, Pastor Allston Congre- 
gational Church, Boston, Nov. 15, 1896. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. II. 

Hackett, Horatio Balch. — Christian Memorials of the 
War, or scenes and incidents illustrative of religious 
faith and principle, patriotism and bravery in our Army, 
with historical notes. 

Boston: Gould & Lincoln. 1864. i2mo. pp. 252. 

Hadley, John V. — Seven Months a Prisoner, or thirty-six 
days in the woods, giving personal experience of prison 
life in Gordonsville, Lynchburg, Danville, Macon, Savan- 
nah, Charleston, and Columbia, together with a descrip- 
tion of how new captures are received into prison, of how 
they act and what they do, etc., and two escapes, the last 
successful, from Columbia to Knoxville over a distance 
of four hundred miles, extending through thirty-six days 
and fraught with many thrilling adventures and hair- 
breadth escapes, containing none but entirely new items. 
By an Indiana soldier. 

Indianapolis. 1868. 8vo. pp. — 

Presentation copy. Autograph note of Author and ms. corrections. 

Hadley, John V. — Seven Months a Prisoner. By J. V. 

Hadley. 
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1898. 
i6mo. pp. 258. Second Edition. 

Hager, J. M. — Grand National Allegory and Tableaux: 
The Great Rebellion. Written expressly for J. M. 
Hager's Grand Entertainments. 

Buffalo, N. Y.: Matthews & Warren, Printers, n. d. 48mo. pp. 31. 

Hague, Parthenia Antoinette. — A Blockaded Family. Life 
in Southern Alabama during the Civil War. By Parthenia 
Antoinette Hague. 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. 1888. 

i2mo. pp. V. 1-176. 

345 



Haight, Theron Wilber. — Three Wisconsin Cushings. A 
sketch of the lives of Howard B., Alonzo H. and William 
B. Cushing, children of a pioneer family of Waukesha 
County. By Theron Wilber Haight, Private, Corporal, 
First Sergeant, Second and First Lieutenant U. S. V., in 
the War between the States. 

Wisconsin History Commission. April, 1910. 8vo. pp. XIV. 1-109. 

Haines, Alanson Austin. — History of the Fifteenth 

Regiment New Jersey Volunteers. By Alanson A. 
Haines, Chaplain of the Regiment. 

New York: Jenkins & Thomas, Printers. 1883. 8vo. pp. 388. 

Haines, T. V. — The Funeral Sermon of Rev. T. L. Ambrose, 
Chaplain of 12th Regiment N. H. V., delivered at the 
Congregational Church, Centre Ossipee, N. H., August 
28th, 1864, by Rev. T. V. Haines. 

Ossipee: Printed at the Office of the Register. 1864. 8vo. pp. II, 

Haines, Zenas T. — Letters from the Forty-fourth Regi- 
ment M. V. M. A record of the experience of a Nine 
Months Regiment in the Department of North Carolina 
in 1862-63. By "Corporal." 

Boston: Printed at the Herald Job Office. 1863. 8vo. pp. 121. 

Haldeman, Cyrus S. — A True Romance of the Rebellion. 

By Cyrus S. Haldeman. 
Boston, Mass.: Combination Publishing Company. 1886. i2mo. pp. 24. 

Haldeman, Cyrus S. — A True Romance of the Rebellion. 

By Cyrus S. Haldeman. 
Boston, Mass. 1886. i2mo. pp. 23 (3). 

Hale, Edward Everett. — Stories of War Told by Soldiers. 

Collected and edited by Edward E. Hale. 
Boston : Roberts Brothers. 1879. i8mo. pp. (3) 1-264. 

Hale, William Bayard. — The Pension Carnival Staining a 
Nation's Honor-roll with Pretense and Fraud. An 
introduction to an inquiry why, half a century after the 
civil war, we are still paying a hundred and fifty millions 
a year for pensions. By William Bayard Hale, assisted 
by Albert Sonnichsen and Lloyd Dorsey W T illis. 

The World's Work. October, 1910. pp. 13485-13504. November, 1910. pp. 

13611-13626. December, 1910. pp. 13731-13747. January, 1911. pp. 13917- 

13928. February, 1911. pp. 13967-13977. March, 1911. pp. 14159-14169. 

Notes on "The Pension Carnival, March, 1911. pp. 14202-14204. 

Autograph of Author and newspaper cuttings inserted, pp. 6. 

346 



Hall, Charles Badger. — Military Records of General Officers 
of the Confederate States of America 1 861-1865. Com- 
mander-in-Chief, Generals, Lieutenant-Generals and 
Major-Generals arranged in order of their rank, with 
their military records in the Confederate Army and 
previous records in the United States Army, of all those 
who graduated from the United States Military Academy 
at West Point or were appointed from civil life. With 
one hundred and eight portraits most of which are now 
published for the first time, etched or engraved on copper 
or steel. Compiled and illustrated by Charles B. Hall. 

New York. 1898. Folio. ' 

Hall, Charles Badger. — Register of Commissioned Officers 
of the 19th Regiment U. S. Infantry from May 4, 1861, 
to July 1, 1883. Roster of Commissioned Officers of 
the 19th U. S. Infantry, Colonel Charles H. Smith, 
Brevet Major-General U. S. Army, Commanding, July 
1, 1883. 

Fort Clark, Texas: Headquarters Nineteenth Infantry, Regimental Press. 

1883. Ry. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Hall, Granville Davisson. — Lee's Invasion of Northwest 

Virginia in 186 1. By Granville Davisson Hall. 
Chicago: Press of The Mayer & Miller Company. (191 1.) i2mo. pp.164. 

Hall, Henry. — Cayuga in the Field. A record of the 19th 
N. Y. Volunteers and 3d New York Artillery, comprising 
an account of their organization, camp life, marches, 
battles, losses, toils and triumphs in the War for the 
Union, with complete rolls of their members. By Henry 
Hall. 

Auburn, N. Y. 1873. 8vo. pp. 1-3 16. 

Hall, Henry and James. — Cayuga in the Field. A record of 
the 19th N. Y. Volunteers, all the batteries of the 3d New 
York Artillery and 75th New York Volunteers, comprising 
an account of their organization, camp life, marches, 
battles, losses, toils and triumphs in the War for the Union, 
with complete rolls of their members. 

Auburn, N. Y. 1873. 8vo. pp. 269. 

Hall, Isaac. — History of the Ninety-seventh Regiment 
New York Volunteers ("Conkling Rifles") in the War for 
the Union. By Isaac Hall. 

Utica, N. Y.: Press of L. C. Childs & Son. 1890. 8vo. pp. VII. 1-477. 

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Hall, James. — Cayuga in the Field. A record of the 75th 
N. Y. Volunteers, comprising an account of its organiza- 
tion, camp life, marches, battles, losses, toils and triumphs 
in the War for the Union, with complete rolls of its 
members. By James Hall. 

Auburn, N. Y. 1873. 8vo. pp. 7-269. Autograph note of Author. 

Hall, James. — The Young Patriot: A Memorial of James Hall. 

Charlie the Drummer Boy, by the Author of the Young 

Patriot, etc., inserted, pp. 16. 
(Motto.) Boston, Mass.: Sabbath School Society. (1862.) 48mo. pp. 192. 

Hall, Robert Henry. — List of Cadets admitted to the United 
States Military Academy, West Point, N. Y., from its 
establishment till September 30, 1876; with tables ex- 
hibiting the results of the examinations for admission, 
and the Corps to which the graduates have been promoted. 
Compiled by Bvt. Lieut.-Col. Robert H. Hall, U. S. A., 
Captain Tenth Infantry, Adjutant of the Military 
Academy. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1876. i2mo. pp. 66. 

Hall, Robert Henry. — List of Cadets admitted into the 
United States Military Academy, West Point, N. Y., 
from its origin till September 1, 1901, with tables exhibiting 
the results of examinations for admission and the Corps 
to which the graduates have been promoted. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1902. i2mo. pp. 119. 

Hall, Robert Henry. — Register of Cadets admitted into the 
United States Military Academy, West Point, N. Y., 
from its establishment till 1880, with tables exhibiting 
the results of the examinations for admission, and the 
Corps to which the graduates have been promoted. 
Compiled by Brevet Lieut.-Col. Robert H. Hall, U. S. A., 
Captain Tenth Infantry, Adjutant of the Military 
Academy. (Abstract from Complete Army Register, 
United States, 1779 to 1880.) 

Washington: F. H. S. Hammersly. 1880. 8vo. pp. 187-248. 

Autograph letter of Col. Hall. 

Hall, Nathaniel. — An Address given in the First Church, 
Dorchester, June 19th, 1864, Commemorative of Walter 
Humphreys, by Nathaniel Hall. 

Boston: Printed by Alfred Mudge & Son. 1864. i2mo. pp. 19. 

"Printed for Private Circulation." 

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Hall, Winchester. — The Story of the 26th Louisiana 
Infantry, in the service of the Confederate States. By 
Winchester Hall. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 228 (1). 

Halleck, Henry Wager. — Telegrams received by Major-Gen. 
H. W. Halleck while General in Chief and Chief of Staff. 
Washington: War Department Printing Office. 1877. 

8vo. Vol. I. pp. LXXXIV. 1-1008. Vol. II. pp. XCVIII. (1) 1-912. Vol. III. 
pp. LXXII. 1-717. Vol. IV. pp. LIV. 1-636. Vol. V. pp. XXXVI. 1-594. 
20 copies printed. 

Haller, Granville Owen. — The Dismissal of Major Gran- 
ville O. Haller, of the Regular Army of the United 
States, by order of the Secretary of War, in Special 
Orders, No. 331, of July 25th, 1863, also a brief memoir of 
his Military Services, and a few observations. 

(Motto.) Paterson, N. J.: Printed at the Daily Guardian Office. 1863. 

8vo. pp. 84. 

Autograph letter of Major G. O. Haller and Special Order No. 331 inserted. 

Hallock, Charles. — Sketches of Stonewall Jackson, giving 
the leading events of his life and military career, his dying 
moments and the obsequies at Richmond and Lexington. 

Montreal. 1863. 8vo. pp. — 

Halpine, Charles Graham. — The Life and Adventures, 
Songs, Services, and Speeches of Private Miles O'Reilly 
(47th Regiment, New York Volunteers) with comic 
illustrations by Mullen, from the Authentic Records of 
the New York Herald. 

(Motto.) New York. MDCCCLXV. i2mo. pp. X. 11-237. 

Autograph note of Col. Halpine and cuttings, etc., inserted. 

Halpine, Charles Graham. — The Life and Adventures, 
Songs, Services, and Speeches of Private Miles O'Reilly, 
47th Regiment New York Volunteers, "The post of honor 
is the private's station, "with comic illustrations by Mullen, 
from the authentic records of the New York Herald. 

New York: Carleton. 1865. i2mo. pp. 237. 

Halpine, Charles Graham. — Baked Meats of the Funeral. 
A collection of essays, poems, speeches, histories, and 
banquets, by Private Miles O'Reilly. Collected, revised, 
and edited, with the requisite corrections of punctuation, 
spelling, and grammar, by an Ex-Colonel of the Adjutant- 
General's Department, with whom the private formerly 
served as lance corporal of orderlies. 

New York: Carleton, Publisher. MDCCCLXVI. l2mo. pp. VIII. 3-378. 

349 



Halsey, Edmund D. — Rockaway Township in the War of 
the Rebellion. An address delivered by Edmund D. 
Halsey at the dedication of the Soldier's Monument at 
Rockaway, N. J., May 30, 1892. 

Dover, N. J.: The Iron Era Print. 1892. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Halstead, Eminel Potter. — The First Day of the Battle of 
Gettysburg. A paper read before the District of 
Columbia Commandery of the Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion of the United States, March 2, 1887, by 
Companion E. P. Halstead, Brevet Major, U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Washington, D. C. 1887. 8vo. pp. 10. 

Hamersly, Lewis Randolph. — Officers of the Army and 

Navy (Regular and Volunteer) who served in the Civil 
War. (Collection of Portraits.) 
Philadelphia, Pa.: Published by L. R. Hamersly & Co. 1894. 4to. pp. 177. 

Hamersly, Thomas Holdup Stevens. — Complete Regular 
Army Register of the United States for One Hundred 
Years (1779 to 1879), together with the Volunteer General 
Staff during the war with Mexico, and a register of all 
appointments by the President of the United States in the 
Volunteer Service during the Rebellion, with the official 
military record of each officer, also a military history of 
the Department of War, and of each staff department of 
the Army, with various tables relating to the Army, and 
other important military information compiled from the 
official records. Compiled, edited and published by 
Thomas H. S. Hamersly. 

Washington, D. C: T. H. S. Hamersly. 1881. 

8vo. pp. VIII. 1-928. 1-380 (1) XXXVI. Third Edition. 

Hamilton, A. G. — Story of the Famous Tunnel Escape 
from Libby Prison as told by Maj. A. G. Hamilton, one 
of the projectors. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. (12). 

Hamilton, A. G. — Story of the Famous Tunnel Escape 
from Libby Prison as told by Major A. G. Hamilton, one 
of the projectors. 

(Chicago, 111.) n. d. 8vo. pp. 12 (1). Second Edition. 

350 



Hamilton, Charles Smith — Ducat, Arthur Charles. — 

Correspondence in regard to the Battle of Corinth, 
Miss., October 3d and 4th, 1862. Major-General C. S. 
Hamilton, late United States Army, and Arthur C. Ducat. 
(Chicago. 1885.) Ry. 8vo. pp. II. Autograph letter of Gen. Ducat. 

Hamilton, Henry S. — Reminiscences of a Veteran. By 

Henry S. Hamilton. 
Concord, N. H.: Republican Press Association. 1897. i2mo. pp. 180. 
Autograph note of Author. 

Hamilton, Peter Joe. — Lee and the Confederacy. By 

Peter J. Hamilton. 
Washington, D. C: Published by the Southern History Association, Septem- 
ber, 1900. 8vo. pp. 316-334. 

Hamilton, William Reeve. — Ball's Bluff. By William R. 
Hamilton, First Lieutenant Fifth United States Artillery. 
The United Service, January, 1897. pp. 8-16. 

Hamley, Edward Bruce. — The Operations of War Explained 
and Illustrated. By Edward Bruce Hamley, Colonel 
in the Royal Artillery. 

Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood & Sons. MDCCCLXXII. 

4to. pp. XXV. 1-479. Third Edition. 

Hamlin, Augustus Choate. — Martyria, or Andersonville 
Prison. By Augustus C. Hamlin. Illustrated by the 
Author. 

Boston: Lee & Shepard. 1866. i2mo. pp. 256. 

Hamlin, Augustus Choate. — The Battle of Chancellors- 
ville. 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. By Augustus Choate Hamlin, formerly Lieutenant- 
Colonel and Medical Inspector, U. S. Army, Historian 
Eleventh Army Corps. 

(Motto.) Bangor, Maine: Published by the Author. 1896. 8vo. pp. 196. 

Presentation copy from Gen. L. P. di Cesnola. 

Hamlin, Charles. — Brief Sketch of the Battle of Gettysburg. 

Introduction to Maine at Gettysburg. By Brevet Brig.- 

Gen. Charles Hamlin, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 13. Privately printed. 

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Hammond, Samuel Augustus — Hewitt, Edwin M. — Monu- 
mental Guide to the Gettysburg Battlefield, with 
index showing the location of every monument, marker 
and tablet with approaching roads and avenues. 

Published at Gettysburg. (1899.) i2mo. pp. 16. (Folio map folded.) 

Hammond, William Alexander. — Case of and Defence. 

1. Petition to Senate of United States, pp. (1). 

2. Defence, pp. 61. 

3. Statement of Causes which led to dismissal, pp. 73. 

4. Reply of Judge Advocate Bingham, pp. 64. 
New York and Washington. 1864. 8vo. 

Autograph letters of Surg.-Gen. Hammond, Jos. H. Bradley and I. M. Harris, 
Esq., his Attorneys, and cuttings, etc., inserted. 

Hammond, William Alexander. — Report of the Committee 
on Military Affairs to whom was referred the bill (S. 560) 
for the relief of Wm. A. Hammond, late Surgeon-General 
of the Army. 

Report 102, 45th Congress. 2d Session. Senate. February 19, 1878. 

8vo. pp. 14. Autograph letter of Gen. Hammond. 

Hampton, Celwyn Emerson. — History of the Twenty-first 
U. S. Infantry, from 1812 to 1862. By Captain Celwyn 
E. Hampton. 

Columbus, Ohio: The Edward T. Miller Co. 191 1. 8vo. pp. 221. 

Autograph note of Author. 

Hampton, Celwyn Emerson. — The Twenty-first's Trophy 
of Niagara. By Celwyn E. Hampton, Captain and 
Commissary Twenty-first Infantry United States Army. 

n. p. (1909.) Ry. 8vo. pp. 27. Autograph letter of Author. 

Hampton, N. J. — An Eye-witness to the Dark Days of 
1861-65; or A Private Soldier's Adventures and Hardships 
During the War. By N. J. Hampton. 

Nashville, Tenn.: Printed for the Author. 1898. i2mo. pp. 80. 

Hampton, Wade. — Address on the life and character of Gen. 
Robert E. Lee, delivered on the 12th of October, 1871, 
before the Society of Confederate Soldiers and Sailors, 
in Maryland, by Lieut. -General Wade Hampton. 

Baltimore: Printed by John Murphy & Co. 1871. 8vo. pp. 54. 

Autograph letter of Gen. Wade Hampton, C. S. A. 

352 



Hampton, Wade. — Report from the Committee on Military 
Affairs in relation to the data of the Battle of Gettysburg 
in possession of Mr. John B. Bachelder, with Senate Bill 
S. 1490. 

46th Congress, 2d Session. Senate Report 382. March 17, 1880. 

8vo. pp. 3 (3). 

Hanaburgh, D. H. — History of the One Hundred and Twenty- 
eighth Regiment, New York Volunteers (U. S. Infantry) 
in the late Civil War. By D. H. Hanaburgh, Chairman 
of the Committee appointed by the Regimental Asso- 
ciation. 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 1894. 8vo. pp. XI. 1-280. 

Hanaford, Phebe Anne. — The Young Captain. A Memorial 
of Capt. Richard C. Derby, Fifteenth Reg. Mass. Volun- 
teers, who fell at Antietam. By Mrs. P. A. Hanaford. 

Boston: Degin, Estes & Co. 1865. i2mo. pp. VIII. 11-226. 

Hanaford, Phebe Anne. — Field, Gunboat, Hospital and 
Prison, or thrilling records of the heroism, endurance and 
patriotism displayed in the Union Army and Navy during 
the Great Rebellion. By Mrs. P. A. Hanaford. 

(Motto.) Boston: C. M. Dinsmore & Company. 1866. i2mo. pp. 379. 

Autograph note of Mrs. Hanaford. 

Hancock, Almira Russell. — Reminiscences of Winfield 

Scott Hancock. By his wife. 
New York: Charles L. Webster & Company. 1887. 8vo. pp. XIII. 1-340. 
Autograph letters of Gen. Hancock, Mrs. Hancock, Gen. Geo. Cadwalader, 
Gen. D. C. Buell, Hon. A. G. Curtin, Gen. Burnside, Gen. A. H. Terry, Gen. 
R. B. Hayes, Gen. T. H. Ryan, Gen. E. D. Townsend, Gen. John Gibbon, 
Gen. J. J. Abercrombie, Gen. D. McM. Gregg, Gen. H. W. Slocum, Gen. A. 
A. Humphreys, Gen. A. S. Webb, Gen. G. K. Warren, Gen. G. B. McClellan, 
Gen. W. T. Sherman, Gen. W. B. Franklin, Gen. D. E. Sickels, Gen. J. M. 
Schofield, Col. George Meade, Major A. B. Gardiner, Col. H. C. King, and 
Col. John Hay. Autographs of Gen. C. P. Stone, Gen. D. Butterfield, Gen. 
P. H. Sheridan, and Hon. T. F. Bayard. 2 portraits and 1 map inserted. 

Hancock, John. — The Fourteenth 'Wisconsin : Corinth and 
Shiloh, 1862-1895. Paper on Battle of Shiloh. By 
Colonel Hancock. 

(Indianapolis, Indiana.) 1895. 8vo. pp. 40. 

Hancock, R. R. — Hancock's Diary, or a history of the Second 
Tennessee Confederate Cavalry, with sketches of the 
First and Seventh Battalions, also portraits and bio- 
graphical sketches. 

Nashville, Tenn.: Brandon Printing Company. 1887. 8vo. pp. XII. 644. 

353 



Hancock, Winfield Scott. — Gettysburg. Reply to General 
Howard. "The War's over but the fighting's just 
begun." 

The Galaxy, December, 1876. pp. 821-831. 

Autograph letters of Gen. Hancock relating to the Battle of Gettysburg. 

Hancock, Winfield Scott. — Official Reports of Military 
Operations of troops commanded by Major-General W. 
S. Hancock, during the Civil War, 1861-65. 

(New York.) 1879. l2mo. pp. (99). 25 copies printed. 

Autograph letter of Gen. Hancock and portrait inserted. 

Handlin, W. W. — American Politics. A moral and political 
work treating of the causes of the Civil War. The nature 
of Government and the necessity for reform. By W. W. 
Handlin. 

New Orleans: Printed by Isaac T. Houton. 1864. i2mo. pp. 107. 

Handy, Isaac W. K. — United States Bonds, or Duress by- 
Federal Authority. A Journal of Current Events during 
an imprisonment of fifteen months, at Fort Delaware. 
By Isaac W. K. Handy. D. D., of Augusta County, Va. 

Baltimore: Turnbull Brothers. 1874. 8vo. pp. 670. 

Hanes. — Brwydr y Bull Run, etc. Caernarfon. (An account 

of the Battle in Welsh.) 
(Wales, n. d.) 8vo. pp. 12. 

Hanifen, Michael. — History of Battery " B " First New Jersey. 

By Michael Hanifen. 
Ottawa, Illinois: Republican-Times, Printers, n. d. 8vo. pp. 174. 

Hankins, Samuel W. — Simple Story of a Soldier. By 

Samuel W. Hankins, Soldiers' Home, Gulfport, Miss. 
Nashville, Tenn.: Confederate Veteran, n. d. pp. 63. 

Hanly, J. Frank. — Andersonville. By J. Frank Hanly. 
Cincinnati: Jennings & Graham, n. d. i2mo. pp. 35. 

Hanly, J. Frank. — The Battle of Gettysburg, from "The 

World Disarmed." By J. Frank Hanly. 
Cincinnati: Jennings & Graham, n. d. l2mo. pp. 106. 

Hanly, J. Frank. — Vicksburg. By J. Frank Hanly. 
Cincinnati: Jennings & Graham, n. d. i2mo. pp. 44. 

354 



Hanna, J. Marshall. — The Acts of Kings. A biblical narra- 
tive of the acts of the First and Second Kings of the 
first province, once Virginia, including the doings of the 
First and Second Tycoons of the City of Richmond, 
from the surrender to the present time. 

New York. 1868. i2mo. pp. — 

Hannaford, Eban. — In the Ranks at Stone River. 

In hospital at Stone River. 
Harper's Magazine, Nov., 1863. Jan., 1864. pp. — 

Hannaford, Eban. — The Story of a Regiment. A history 
of the campaigns and associations in the field of the Sixth 
Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. 

Cincinnati'. 1868. 8vo. pp. XVI. 622. 

Hannahs, Harrison. — War's Cruelty on the Border. 
Address given at a meeting of the Colorado Commandery 
Military Order of the Loyal Legion cl the United States, 
Denver, Colorado, September 7, 1909, by Companion 
Major Harrison Hannahs. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 69. 

Hanson, John Wesley. — Historical Sketch of the Old Sixth 
Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers during the three 
campaigns in 1861, 1862, 1863 and 1864, containing the 
history of the several companies previous to 1861 and the 
name and military record of each man connected with the 
Regiment during the War. Illustrated with photographs. 

Boston. 1866. 1 2 mo. pp. 352. 

Harbord, James Guthrie. — The History of the Cavalry of 
the Army of Northern Virginia. By Captain J. G. 
Harbord, Eleventh U. S. Cavalry, Colonel Philippine 
Constabulary. Prize Essay. 1903. 

Journal of U. S. Cavalry Association, January, 1904. pp. 423-503. 

Harbottle, Thomas Benfield. — Victory of Battles from the 
earliest date to the recent time. By Thomas Benfield 
Harbottle. * * * 

London: Swan Sonnenscheim & Co., Ltd. 1906. 8vo. pp. V. 1-298. 

Harby, Lee C. — Hart's Battery. By Lee C. Harby. 

Charleston, April 27, 1898. i6mo. pp. 8. 

355 



Hard, Abner. — History of the Eighth Cavalry Regiment Illinois 
Volunteers, during the Great Rebellion. By Abner Hard, 
M. D., Surgeon of the Regiment during its term of 
Service and Brevet Lieut.-Col. U. S. V. 

Aurora, Ills. 1868. 8vo. pp. 368. Autograph note of Col. Hard. 

Hardee, William Joseph. — Organization of the Army of the 
Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Lieutenant- 
General W. J. Hardee, C. S. Army, Commanding) July 
30, 1863. 

(Washington: War Records Office. 1885.) 8vo. pp. 4. 50 copies printed. 

Hardeman, Thomas. — Unveiling of the Confederate 
Monument. Address of Col. Thos. Hardeman, October 
29th, 1879. 

Macon, Ga.: J. W. Burke & Co., Printers, n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Autograph letter of Col. Hardeman. 

Harden, H. O. — History of the 90th Ohio Volunteer Infantry 
in the War of the Great Rebellion in the United States, 
1861 to 1865. By H. O. Harden. 

Ohio Pickering News, April, 1902. i2mo. pp. 337. 

Hardin, Martin D. — History of the Twelfth Regiment Penn- 
sylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps (41st Regiment of the 
line) from its muster into the United States Service, 
August 10th, 1861, to its muster out, June nth, 1864, 
together with biographical sketches of officers and men 
and a complete muster out roll. Compiled from official 
reports, letters and other documents, by M. D. Hardin, 
Brig.-Gen. U. S. Army (retired), late Col. 12th Reserves. 

New York: Published by the Author. 1890. 8vo. pp. 224 (24). 

Presentation copy. Autograph note of Author. 

Hardin, Martin D. — In Memoriam Col. Francis J. Crilly. 
Published in the Annual Report of the Association of the 
Graduates of the United States Military Academy, June, 
1908. 

8vo. pp. 15. 

Harding, George G. — The Miscellaneous Writings of 
George C. Harding. (Services of the 21st Indiana 
Infantry.) 

Indianapolis: Carlon & Hollenbeck, Printers. 1882. i2mo. pp. 358. 

356 



Hardinge, Belle Boyd. — Belle Boyd in Camp and Prison, 
with an introduction by a friend of the South. (Geo. A. 
Sala.) 

London: Saunders, Otley & Co. 1865. i2mo. 

Vol.1, pp. XI. 1-291. Vol. II. XV. 1-280. 

Harkness, Edson Jesse. — Reflections Concerning the War. 
A paper read by E. J. Harkness before the Commandery 
of the State of Illinois, Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion, February 2, 1905. 

Chicago. 1907. 8vo. pp. . 522-543. Presentation copy from Author. 

Harland, Edward. — Grant as a Soldier and Statesman, 

being a succinct history of his Military and Civil Career. 
Hartford. 1868. 8vo. pp. — 

Harmer, Josiah William. — In Memoriam (Josiah William 

Harmer) . 
(Boston.) 1876. 8vo. pp. 11. "For private distribution only." 

Harney, William Selby. — Reports made by General William 
S. Harney during his command of the United States 
forces in the State of Missouri. 

War Department. 1861. Ex. Document No. 19. 37th Congress, 1st Session. 

8vo. pp. 32. 

Harries, William Henry. — In the Ranks at Antietam. By 
Captain William H. Harries, Third U. S. Veteran Volun- 
teers. Read before the Minnesota Commandery of the 
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, 
October 12, 1897. 

(St. Paul, Minn. 1897.) 8vo. pp. 17. Autograph note of Author. 

Harris, Andrew L. — Gettysburg. (Twenty-fourth Annual 
Dinner Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United 
States Commandery of the State of Ohio, Cincinnati, 
May 1, 1907.) 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 34. 

Harris, Chester. — Autobiography. Sketch of Life and Labors 
of Miss Catherine S. Lawrence, who in early life dis- 
tinguished herself as a bitter opponent of slavery and 
intemperance, and later in life as a nurse in the late War, 
and for other patriotic and philanthropic services. 

Albany, N. Y. : James B. Lyon, Printer. 1896. 8vo. pp.238. 

Revised Edition. 

357 



Harris, Joel Chandler. A Little Union Scout. By Joel 

Chandler Harris. * * Illustrated by George Gibbs. 
New York: McClure, Phillips & Co. MCMIV. i2mo. pp. 181. 

Harris, John Morrison. — A Reminiscence of the troublous 
times of April, 1861, based upon interviews with the 
authorities at Washington, touching the movement of 
troops through Baltimore. A paper read before the 
Maryland Historical Society, March 9th, 1891, by Hon. 
J. Morrison Harris. 

Baltimore. 1891. 8vo. pp. 25. 

Presentation copy. Autograph note of Author. 

Harris, Moses. — With the Reserve Brigade. Captain M. 

Harris. 
Journal of U. S. Cavalry Association, March, 1890. pp. 9-20. 

Harris, Samuel. — Michigan Brigade of Cavalry at the 
Battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863, under command of 
Brig.-General George A. Custer. By Samuel Harris, 
1st Lieut. Co. "A," 5th Michigan Cavalry. Delivered 
at the Annual Reunion of Co. "A," 5th Michigan Cavalry, 
held at Cass City, Michigan, June 14, 1894. 

.n. p. n. d. i6mo. pp. 16. 

Harris, Samuel. — Personal Reminiscences of Samuel Harris. 

Chicago: The Rogerson Press. 1897. l2mo. pp. 172. 

Harris, William Alexander. — The Record of Fort Sumter, 
from its occupation by Major Anderson to its reduction 
by South Carolina Troops during the administration of 
Governor Pickens. Compiled by W. A. Harris. 

Columbia, S. C: South Carolinian Office. 1862. 8vo. pp. 50. 

Harris, William C. — Prison Life in the Tobacco Warehouse 

at Richmond. By a Ball's Bluff Prisoner. 
Philadelphia: G. W. Childs. 1862. i2mo. pp. 175. 

Harrison, Burton. — Recollections Grave and Gay. By 

Mrs. Burton Harrison. 
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 191 1. 8vo. pp. 386. 
Autograph letter of Colonel Harrison. 

Harrison, Dabney Caw. — The Confederate Hero and his 

heroic father. 
Tract No. 57. Published by the South Carolina Tract Society. 
i6mo. pp. 12. 

358 



Harrison, Peleg D. — The Stars and Stripes and other American 
Flags including their origin and history, Army and Navy 
Regulations concerning the National Standard and 
Ensign, Flag making, Salutes, Improvised, Unique, and 
Combination Flags, Flag Legislation, and many Associa- 
tions of American Flags, including the origin of the name 
"Old Glory," with songs and their stories, by Peleg D. 
Harrison, with Eight Flags illustrated in colors. 

Boston: Little, Brown & Company. 1906. 8vo. pp. XIV. 1-419. 

Harrison, Walter. — P/ckett's Men. A fragment of war 
history. By Walter Harrison, A. A., and Inspector- 
General of Pickett's Division, Army of Northern Virginia. 
With a portrait of General Pickett. 

(Motto.) New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1870. i2mo. pp. 202. 
Autograph of Gen. Pickett and newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Harrison, W. H. — Captain W. H. Harrison shows that 

Cooper's History does not do the South justice. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 5. 

Harrold, John. — Libby, Andersonville, Florence. The capture, 
imprisonment, escape and rescue of a Union Soldier in 
the War of the Rebellion, with a description of prison life 
among the rebels; the treatment of Union prisoners, their 
privations and sufferings. 

Philadelphia. 1870. i2mo. pp. 132. Autograph note of Author. 

Harsha, David Addison. — The Battle of Gettysburg. 

The Fort Orange Monthly, April, 1886. pp. 97-110. 

Hart, E. J. — History of the Fortieth Illinois Inf. (Volunteers). 

By Sergeant E. J. Hart, Company "E," 40th Regiment 

111. Vol. Inf. 
Cincinnati: Published by H. S. Bosworth. 1864. i2mo. pp. 198. 

Hart, James F. — Record of Hart's Battery C. S. A., from 

its organization to the close of the War. 
The Charleston News and Courier. 1875. 8vo. pp. (21). (Mounted.) 
Autograph letter of Author. 

Harter, Thomas O.— The Case of Sergt. Thomas O. Harter. 

House of Representatives, 52d Congress, 1st Session. Report 849. 
8vo. pp. 4 (1). 

359 



Hartpence, William R. — History of the Fifty-first Indiana 
Veteran Volunteer Infantry. A narrative of its organiza- 
tion, marches, battles and other experiences in camp and 
prison, from 1861 to 1866, with revised roster. By Wm. 
R. Hartpence, Sergeant Major, Harrison, Ohio. Published 
by Author. 

Cincinnati, 0. : The Robert Clarke Company, Printers. 1894. 

8vo. pp. VIII. 1-405. 

Haskell, Frank Aretas. — The Battle of Gettysburg. By 

Frank A. Haskell, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 72. 50 copies privately printed. 

Haskell, Frank Aretas. — The Battle of Gettysburg. By 

Frank A. Haskell, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 69-131. 
From the privately printed edition and eliminating criticism of General Sickles. 

Haskell, Frank Aretas. — The Battle of Gettysburg. By 
Frank Aretas Gaskell, First Lieutenant 6th Wisconsin 
Infantry; Aide to Brigadier-General Gibbon; Colonel 
36th Wisconsin Infantry, U. S. V. Published under the 
auspices of the Commandery of the State of Massachu- 
setts, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United 
States. 

Boston: The Mudge Press. 1908. 8vo. pp. 94. 

Haskell, Frank Aretas. — The Battle of Gettysburg. By 
Frank Aretas Haskell, Aide-de-Camp to General John 
Gibbon, and Colonel of Thirty-sixth Wisconsin Infantry. 
Wisconsin History Commission: Reprints, No. 1. 

Wisconsin History Commission, November, 1908. 8vo. pp. XXIII. 1-185 

Haskin, William Lawrence. — The First Regiment of 
Artillery. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, Nov., 1894. pp. 1321-1331. 

Haskin, William Lawrence. — The History of the First 
Regiment of Artillery from its organization in 1821, 
to January 1, 1876. Compiled by Brevet Major William 
L. Haskin, Captain 1st Artillery, to which is added a 
series of communications from officers, now or formerly 
of the Regiment, giving their personal reminiscences of 
service with it. 

Fort Preble, Portland, Me. 1879. 8vo. pp. XVI. 1-668. 

Autograph letter of Major Haskin, circulars, etc., inserted. 

Hassan. — Our Military Experience and what it suggests. 

(Motto.) Baltimore: Cushings & Bailey. 1863. 8vo. pp. 24. 

360 



Hassler, Frederick W. B. — A Military View of Passing 
Events from Inside the Confederacy. No. i. The 
Campaign in West Virginia, 1861 and 1862. By Frederick 
W. B. Hassler, of the XXII Regiment, Virginia Volunteer 
Militia. 

The Historical Magazine, November, 1869. pp. 303-305. 

Hastings, Hugh. — About Generals. A paper read before the 
Albany Institute, Albany, N. Y., January 18, 1898, by 
Hugh Hastings, State Historian of New York. 

Albany: James B. Lyon, Printer. 1898. 8vo. pp. 30. 

Hastings, Samuel D. — Address by Samuel D. Hastings, 
before the Hastings Invincibles Company "C," 30th 
Reg. Wis. Volunteers, on Sunday evening, November 
9, 1862, Madison, Wisconsin. 

Madison: Willard G. Roberts, Printer. 1862. 8vo. pp. 22. 

Autograph note of Author. 

Hatcher, Edmund N. — The Last Four Weeks of the War. 

By Edmund N. Hatcher. 
Columbus, Ohio: The Co-operative Publishing Co. 1892. 
8vo. pp. XVI. 416. 

Hatfield, S. P. — History of the First Connecticut Artillery and 
of the Siege Trains of the Armies operating against 
Richmond, 1862- 1865. 

Hartford, Conn.: Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company. 1893. 

4to. pp. 270 (2) 57. 

Haupt, Herman. — Reminiscences of General Herman Haupt, 
Director, Chief Engineer and General Superintendent of 
the Pennsylvania Railroad ; Contractor and Chief Engineer 
for the Hoosac Tunnel; Chief of the Bureau of United 
States Military Railroads in the Civil War; Chief Engineer 
of the Tidewater Pipe-line; General Manager of the 
Richmond & Danville and Northern Pacific Railroads; 
President American Air Power Company, etc. Giving 
hitherto unpublished official orders, personal narratives 
of important military operations, and interviews with 
President Lincoln, Secretary Stanton, General-in-Chief 
Halleck, and with Generals McDowell, McClellan, Meade, 
Hancock, Burnside, and others in command of the Armies 
in the field and his impressions of these men. (Written 
by himself.) With notes and a personal sketch by Frank 
Abial Flower. Illustrated from photographs of actual 
operations in the field. 

n. p. 1901. 8vo. pp. 331. Limited Autograph Edition. No. 279. 

361 



Havelock, Henry M. — Three Main Military Questions of 

the Day. By Sir Henry M. Havelock, Bart. 
London: Longmans, Green & Co. 1867. 8vo. pp. VII. 1-209. 
(Richmond, Petersburg and Five Forks, with 2 maps.) 

Haw, M. J. — The Rivals. A Chickahominy Story. By Miss 

M. J. H., of Virginia. Illustrated. 
Richmond: Ayres & Wade. 1864. 8vo. pp. 50. 

Hawes, Jesse. — Cahaba. A story of captive boys in blue. 

By Jesse Hawes, M. D., Greeley, Col., formerly of 9th 

111. Cav. 
New York: Buer Printing House. (1888.) 8vo. pp. XVIII. I-480. 

Hawkins, Morton Lytle. — Sketch of the Battle of Winchester, 
September 19, 1864. A paper read before the Ohio 
Commandery of the Loyal Legion of the United States, 
by Companion First Lieutenant M. L. Hawkins, March 

5. 1884- 
Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson. 1884. 8vo. pp. 17. 

Hawley, Joseph Roswell. — The Military Forces of the 
Republic. An address delivered before the Society of 
the Army of the Potomac at its annual reunion, Albany, 
N. Y., June 18, 1879, by Joseph R. Hawley, M. C, of 
Connecticut; late Brig, and Brevet Major-General U. S. 
Vols. 

Washington, D. C. 1879. 8vo. pp. 22. 

Hawn, William. — All Around the Civil War, or Before and 

After. 
New York: Printed by Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Company. (1908.) 
8vo. pp. 58. 

Hawthorne, Harry Leroy. — Military Careers of Officers 
of the Army and Navy in honor of whom Coast Artillery 
Posts and Batteries in the Department of the Columbia 
have been named. Compiled under the direction of 
Brigadier-General Brush, U. S. Army, by Major H. L. 
Hawthorne, Coast Artillery Corps, Department Artillery 
Officer. 

n. p. 1908. 8vo. pp. 26. "Printed for private use." 

Hay, Charles E., Jr. — United States Military Reservations, 
National Cemeteries, and Military Parks. Title, Juris- 
diction, etc. Prepared in the office of the Judge Advocate- 
General. Revised edition by 1st Lieut. Charles E. Hay, 
Jr., 24th U. S. Infantry. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1904. 8vo. pp. 461. 

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Hay, John. — A Young Hero. Personal Reminiscences of 

Colonel E. E. Ellsworth. By John Hay. 
McClure's Magazine, March, 1896. pp. 354-361. 

Hay, John Jay. — Col. E. D. Baker. 

Harper's Magazine, Dec, 1861. pp. — Autograph letter of Col. Hay. 
Copy of Gen. Field Order No. 31 A. of P. inserted. 

Hay, John Jay. — Colonel Ellsworth. 

The Atlantic Monthly, July, 1861. pp. — 

Hayden, Horace Edwin. — A Brief History of the Soldiers 
Medals issued by the State of West Virginia, as "tokens 
of respect" to those of her citizens who served in the Army 
of the United States, from 1861 to 1865. By Rev. 
Horace Edwin Hayden. 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa.: E. B. Yordy. 1881. 8vo. pp. 17. 100 copies printed. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Hayden, Horace Edwin. — A Refutation of the Charges 
made against the Confederate States of America of having 
authorized the use of explosive and poisoned musket and 
rifle balls during the late Civil War of 1861-65. By Rev. 
Horace Edwin Hayden. 

Richmond, Va.: Geo. W. Gary. 1879. 8vo. pp. 13. 150 copies printed. 
Presentation copy. Author's Autograph. 

Hayes, Rutherford Burchard. — Address at the Annual Reunion 
of the Twenty-third Regiment Ohio Veteran Volunteer 
Infantry at Youngstown, Ohio, September 17, 1879. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 225-234. 

Presentation copy. Autograph note of Gen. R. B. Hayes. 

Hayes, Rutherford Burchard. — Speech of Gen. Rutherford B. 

Hayes, at the 25th Anniversary of the Loyal Legion, 

Philadelphia, April 15, 1890. 
(Philadelphia. 1890.) i8mo. pp. (4). 

Hayes, Rutherford Burchard. — The Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion of the United States. Address of Brevet 
Maj. -General Rutherford B. Hayes, at the Fifth Quadren- 
nial Congress, Chicago, Illinois, April 17, 1885. 

(Philadelphia. 1885.) 8vo. pp. (8). Autograph letter of Gen. Hayes. 

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Haynes, D. E. — A Thrilling Narrative of the sufferings of 
Union Refugees, and the massacre of the martyrs of 
liberty of Western Louisiana, together with a brief sketch 
of the present political status of Louisiana, as to her 
unfitness for admission into the Union, with letters to 
the Governor of Louisiana and noted Secessionists in that 
State, and letter to President Johnson on Reconstruction. 
By Captain D. E. Haynes, of the Louisiana Scouts. 

Washington, D. C: McGill & Witherow, Printers. 1866. 8vo. pp. 102. 

Haynes, E. M. — A History of the Tenth Regiment Vermont 
Volunteers, with biographical sketches of the officers who 
fell in battle and a complete roster of all the officers and 
men connected with it, showing all changes by promotion, 
death or resignation, during the military existence of the 
Regiment. By Chaplain E. M. Haynes. 

Published by the Tenth Vermont Regimental Association. 1870. 

8vo. pp. VI. 249. 

Haynes, E. M. — A History of the Tenth Regiment Vt. Vols., 
with biographical sketches of nearly every officer who ever 
belonged to the Regiment, and many of non-commissioned 
officers and men, and complete roster of all the officers and 
men connected with it, showing all changes by promotion, 
death or resignation, during the military existence of the 
Regiment. By the Chaplain, E. M. Haynes, D. D. 

Rutland, Vt. : The Tuttle Company, Printers. 1894. 8vo. pp. V. (2) 1-504. 

"Second edition, revised, enlarged and embellished by over sixty engravings, 

and fully illustrated by maps and charts of battlefields." 

Autograph letter of Chaplain Haynes. 

Haynes, Martin A. — A Poem read at the Second Reunion of 
New Hampshire Veterans, held at Weirs Landing, N. H. 
(Camp Phin P. Bixby), August 13, 14 and 15, 1878. By 
Martin A. Haynes. 

Printed and sold for the N. H. Veteran Association. 1878. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Haynes, Martin A. — History of the Second Regiment New 
Hampshire Volunteers. Its camps, marches and battles. 
By Martin A. Haynes. 

(Motto.) Manchester, N. H.: Charles F. Livingston, Printer. 1865. 
i2mo. pp. VIII.-223. Autograph letter of Col. Patterson. 

Haynes, Martin A. — A History of the Second Regiment 
New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the 
Rebellion. By Martin A. Haynes, Company I. 

Lakeport, New Hampshire. 1896. 8vo. pp. XV. 1-350 (2) 125 (1). 

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Haynes, Philip C. — Journal-history of Hundred and Third 
Ohio Volunteer Infantry. By Philip C. Haynes, late 
Lieutenant-Colonel of the Regiment and Brevet Brigadier- 
General. 

Bynan, Ohio. 1872. i2mo. pp. 184 (4). Autograph letter of Author. 

Hays, E. Z. — History of the Thirty-second Regiment Ohio 
Veteran Volunteer Infantry. Edited by E. Z. Hays, 
Chairman of the Regimental Historical Committee, and 
examined and approved by Warner Mills, George 
Knofflock, W. G. Snodgrass, Historical Committee. 

Columbus, Ohio: Cott & Evans, Printers. 1896. 8vo. pp. 279. 

Hays, Gilbert Adams — Morrow, William H. — Under the 
Red Patch. Story of the Sixty-third Regiment Penn- 
sylvania Volunteers, 1 861 -1864. Compiled by Gilbert 
Adams Hays, with personal narrative by William H. 
Morrow, Company A. Published by Sixty-third Penn- 
sylvania Volunteer Regimental Association. 1908. 

Pittsburg, Pa. : Press of Market Review Publishing Co. n. d. 

8vo. pp. 476 (3). 

Hays, John. — The 130TH Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers 
in the Maryland Campaign and the Battle of Antietam. 
An address delivered June 7, 1894, before Capt. Colwell 
Post 201 G. A. R., by John Hays, late 1st Lieut, and Adjt. 
and Act. Asst. Adjt-Gen. 2nd Brig., 3d Div., 2nd Army 
Corps. 

Carlisle, Pa. 1894. 8vo. pp. 21. "Published by request." 

Hayward, J. Henry. — Poetical Pen-pictures of the War. 
Selected from our Union Poets. By J. Henry Hayward. 
Published for the purpose of founding a Building Fund 
for the "Union Home and School," established for the 
education and maintenance of our Volunteers' children 
who may be left unprovided for. Organized May, 1861. 
Chartered by Act of Legislature, April, 1862. 

New York: Published by the Editor. 1864. i2mo. pp. 408. 
Third edition. 

Hazelton, Joseph Powers. — Daring Enterprises of Officers 

and Men. By Captain Hazelton. 
Washington, D. C: The National Tribune. 1899. i2mo. pp. 256. 

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Hazelton, Joseph Powers. — Scouts, Spies and Heroes of the 
Great Civil War, including thrilling adventures, daring 
deeds, heroic exploits, wonderful escapes of spies, scouts 
and detectives, with songs, ballads, anecdotes, sayings, 
watchwords, battle cries, and humorous and pathetic 
incidents of the War. By Captain Joseph Powers 
Hazelton. Illustrated. 

Jersey City, N. J.: Star Publishing Company. (1892.) 8vo. pp. 512. 

Hazelton, Joseph Powers. — Scouts, Spies and Detectives 
of the Great Civil War. Including thrilling adventures, 
daring deeds, heroic exploits, and wonderful escapes. 
By Captain Joseph Powers Hazelton. 

Washington, D. C. : The National Tribune. 1899. i2mo. pp.248. 

Hazen, William Babcock. — A Narrative of Military 

Service. By General W. B. Hazen. 
Boston: Ticknor & Company. 1885. 8vo. pp. X. 1-450. 

Head, Thomas A. — Campaigns and Battles of the Sixteenth 
Regiment Tennessee Volunteers, in the War between the 
States, with incidental sketches of the part performed by 
other Tennessee troops in the same war 1 861 -1865. By 
Thomas A. Head. 

Nashville, Tenn.: Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House. 1885. 

l2mo. pp. 488. 

Headley, Joel Tyler. — Grant and Sherman : Their Campaigns 
and Generals, comprising an authentic account of battles 
and sieges, adventures and incidents, including biographies 
of prominent Generals who brought to a triumphant close 
the Great Rebellion of 1 861 -1865, with numerous fine 
steel portraits, battle scenes, and maps. Sold only by 
subscription. 

New York: E. B. Treat & Co. 1865. 8vo. pp. 608. 

Headley, Joel Tyler. — The Great Rebellion. A history of 
the Civil War in the United States * * * with numerous 
fine steel engravings. 

Hartford, Conn.: Hurlbert, Williams & Co. 1863-66. 

8vo. Vol. I. pp. 506. Vol. II. pp. 701 (1). Autograph note of Author. 

Headley, Joel Tyler. — The Life of Ulysses S. Grant, 

General-in-Chief U. S. A. Illustrated. 
New York. 1868. 8vo. pp. — 

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Headley, John W. — Confederate Operations in Canada 
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portraits. 

New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. 1906. 

8vo. pp. XV. 16-480. 

Headley, Phineas Camp. — Fighting Phil. The life and 
military career of Philip Henry Sheridan, General of the 
Army of the United States. By Rev. P. C. Headley. 

Boston: Lea & Shepard, Publishers. 1899. l2mo. pp. 380. New edition. 

Headley, Phineas Camp. — Life and Military Career of 
Major-General William Tecumseh Sherman. By Rev. 
P. C. Headley. 

New York: William H. Appleton. 1865. i2mo. pp. 368. 

Autograph note of Gen. Sherman. 

Headley, Phineas Camp. — The Life and Campaigns of 
Lieut. -Gen. U. S. Grant, from his boyhood to the surrender 
of Lee, including an accurate account of Sherman's Great 
March from Chattanooga to Washington and the final 
official reports of Sheridan, Meade, Sherman and Grant, 
with portraits on steel of Stanton, Grant and his Generals 
and other illustrations. 

New York. 1866. 8vo. pp. — 

Headley, Phineas Camp. — Life and Military Career of 
Major-General Philip Henry Sheridan. By Rev. P. C. 
Headley. 

New York: William H. Appleton. 1865. i2mo. pp. 358. 

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Headley, Phineas Camp. — The Hero Boy, or the life and 

deeds of Lieut. -Gen. Grant. By Rev. P. C. Headley. 
New York: William H. Appleton. 1864. 
i2mo. pp. IX. (1) 340. (Slip Errata.) 

Headley, Phineas Camp. — The Patriot Boy, or the life 
and career of Major-General Ormsby M. Mitchel. By 
Rev. P. C. Headley. 

New York: William H. Appleton. 1865. i2mo. pp. 278. 

Headley, Phineas Camp. — Massachusetts in the Rebellion. 
A record of the historical position of the Commonwealth 
and the services of the leading statesmen. The military, 
the colleges and the people in the Civil War of 1861-65. 
By P. C. Headley. 

Boston: Walker, Fuller & Company. 1866. Ry. 8vo. pp. XII. 688. 

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Heald, W. Irving. — A Collection of Relics Battlefield of 
Gettysburg, owned by W. Irving Heald, West Somerville, 
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8vo. pp. 4. Autograph letter of Author. 

Hedley, Fenwick Y. — Marching Through Georgia. Pen- 
pictures of every-day life in General Sherman's Army, 
from the beginning of the Atlanta Campaign until the 
close of the War. By F. Y. Hedley, Adjutant Thirty- 
second Illinois Infantry, member of Society of the Army 
of the Tennessee. Illustrated by F. L. Stoddard. 

Chicago: R. R. Donnelley & Sons. 1885. 8vo. pp. 490 (1). 

Heard, John W. — United States vs. John W. Heard, a 
Citizen of Maryland. Defence of the prisoner before a 
Military Commission at Fort McHenry, Md., charged 
with recruiting troops in the Federal lines for the Con- 
federate Army. September, 1863. 

(Baltimore: Murphy & Co., Printers.) n. d. 8vo. pp. 29. 

Heazlitt, James B. — Journal Jan. 22, 1863, to August 23, 
1863, Sergeant in Knap's Penna. Independent Battery 
"E." Killed July 20, 1864, at Peach Tree Creek, Ga. 

Ms. i2mo. pp. (23). 

Hedberg, Alfred. — Reports. 

1. In the matter of the bill for the relief of Alfred Hedberg. n. p. n. d. 

PP- 47- 

2. Alfred Hedberg. Report: Committee on Military Affairs. April 
1, 1884. House of Representatives, 48th Congress, 1st Session. 
Report No. 1050. pp. 10. 

3. Report. Committee on Military Affairs. March 1, 1888. 
Senate, 50th Congress, 1st Session. Report No. 431. pp. 4. 

4. Supplemental Report. 50th Congress, 1st Session, House of 
Representatives. Report 491. Part 2. pp. 12. 

5. (Public No. 65.) (1). 
8vo. 

Hedges, W. — Three Years in Montgomery, Ala. 

Harper's Magazine, July, 1864. pp. — 

Hedrick, Mary A. — 1 861 -1865. Incidents of the Civil War 

during the four years of its progress. By Mary A. 
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Lowell, Mass.: S. W. Huse & Co. 1888. 4to. pp. 179. 

368 



Heermance, Edgar L. — A Discourse in commemoration of 
James P. Bell, Andrew B. Van Buren, Jacob Schlemer, 
William Schlemer, Albert Smith, David Rose, Joseph 
Cryne, and others Volunteers from Castleton, N. Y., 
who have died in the National Army during the present 
war, preached in the Ref. Prot. Dutch Church, of 
Castleton, July 31, 1864, by Rev. Edgar L. Heermance, 
Pastor. 

Albany: Van Benthuysen's Steam Printing House. 1864. 8vo. pp. 47. 

Heermance, William L. — Oration of Col. W. L. Heermance, 
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New York: G. H. Burton, Book and Job Printer. 8vo. pp. 9. 

Heintzelman, Samuel Peter. — Official Report of the 

Battle of Williamsburg, Va. 1862. 
Original Ms. 4to. pp. (18). 

Heitman, Francis B. — Historical Register of the United 
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to September 29, 1889. By F. B. Heitman, Clerk, 
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Washington, D. C: The National Tribune. 1890. Ry. 8vo. pp. 890. 

Heitman, Francis B. — Historical Register and Dictionary 
of the United States Army from its organization, September 
29, 1789, to March 2, 1903. By Francis B. Heitman. 
Published under act of Congress approved March 2, 1903. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1903. 4to. 

Vol. I. pp. 1-1069. Vol. II. pp. 1-626. 

Hembaker, Henry, Jr. — Lynch, John. — True History. 
Jefferson Davis Answered. The horrors of the Ander- 
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Hembaker, Jr., and John Lynch, late of the United States 
Volunteer Army, and formerly prisoners of War. 

Philadelphia: Merrihew & Son, Printers. 1876. 8vo. pp. 14. 

Henderson, G. F. R. — Aldershot Military Society. The 
Battle of Gettysburg, July 1, 2 and 3, 1863. By Major 
G. F. R. Henderson, York and Lancaster Regiment, 
Professor of Military History at the Staff College, etc., 
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London, Aldershot: Gale & Polden, Publishers. 8vo. pp. 20. 

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Henderson, G. F. R. — The Campaign in the Wilderness of 
Virginia. Lecture delivered by Lieut. -Col. G. F. R. 
Henderson, York and Lancaster Regiment, Professor of 
Military History, Staff College, January 24, 1894. 
Military Society of Ireland. 

London: Hugh Rees, Limited. 1908. i2mo. pp. 40. (Maps 4.) 

Second edition. 

Henderson, G. F. R. — Stonewall Jackson and the American 
Civil War. By Lieut.-Col. G. F. R. Henderson, C. B. 
Headquarters Staff. ***** With an introduction 
by Field-Marshal The Right Hon. Viscount Wolseley, 
K. P., G. C. B., G. C. M., B. etc. 

London: Longmans, Green & Co. 1902. 

l2mo. Vol. I. pp. XXIII. 1-447, with portraits, maps and plans. 

Vo. II. pp. 528, with portraits, maps and plans. New Edition. 

Henderson, G. F. R. — The Campaign of Fredericksburg 
Nov.-Dec, 1862. A study for Officers of Volunteers. 
By a line Officer. With maps. 

(Motto.) London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co. 1886. 

i2mo. pp. XVIII. 1-145. 

Henderson, J. H. — Southern Men in the Union Army. 
An address before Farragut Post No. 15, District of 
Washington and Alaska G. A. R. at Post Townsend, 
Wash., on Memorial Sunday of 1893, by Rev. Comrade 
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n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 13. 

Henry, Guy Vernon. — Military Record of Army and Civilian 
Appointments in the United States Army. By Guy V. 
Henry, Brevet Colonel, and Captain, Third United States 
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New York: Carleton. MDCCCLXIX. Vol. I. pp. IV.-527. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1873. Vol. II. pp. 391. 

8vo. 2 Vols. Autograph note of Gen. Henry. 

Henry, H. F. — Souvenir of the Battlefield of Bull Run, Battles 
of July 21, 1861, and August 28, 29 and 30, 1862. By H. 
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Manassas Journal Press, n. d. 8vo. pp. 29 (1). 

Henry, Thomas. — Route Marches of the 140th Pennsylvania 
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8vo. Folio folded. 

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Henschen, G. N. C. — Epitome of the Battle of Gettysburg. 

By G. N. C. Henschen. 
Harrifeburg, Pa. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 3. Map. 

Henshaw, Sarah Edwards. — Our Branch and its tributaries, 
being a history of the work of the Northwestern Sanitary 
Commission and its auxiliaries during the War of the 
Rebellion, by Mrs. Sarah Edwards Henshaw, including a 
full report of receipts and disbursements by E. W. Blatch- 
ford, Treasurer, and an introductory chapter by Hon. 
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Chicago: Alfred L. Sewell, Publisher. 1868. 8vo. pp. XVI.-432. 

Hepworth, George .H. — The Whip, Hoe, and Sword, or the 

Gulf Department in '63. 
Boston: Walker, Wise & Co. 1864. i2mo. pp. 298. 

Herbert, George B. — The Mammoth Cyclopaedia Volume III. 
Containing a history of the Civil War in America, by 
Captain George B. Herbert, a Sketch of the Grand Army 
of the Republic, also a collection of anecdotes of the 
Rebellion, with portraits and numerous other illustrations. 

New York. Oct. 19, 1889. i2mo. pp. 552. 

Herbert, George B. — The Popular History of the Civil 
War in America (1861-1865). A complete narrative of 
events, military, naval, political and congressional, that 
occurred during the War for the Union, with full informa- 
tion as to the causes which brought on the Rebellion. 
By Capt. George B. Herbert. With portraits and 
numerous other illustrations. 

New York: F. M. Lupton, Publisher. 1884. l6mo. pp. XX. 415. 

Herbert, Sidney.— A Complete Roster of the Volunteer 
Military Organizations of the State of Georgia. By 
Sidney Herbert. 

Atlanta: Jas. P. Harrison & Co. 1878. 4to. pp. (42). 

Autograph letter of Major Herbert. 

Hereford, Elizabeth J. — Rebel Rhymes and Other Poems. 

By Elizabeth J. Hereford. 
New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1888. i2mo. pp. 78. 

Herman, L. L. — The Vicksburg National Military Park, 
Vicksburg, Miss. Published and copyrighted 191 1, by 
L. L. Herman, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Brooklyn, N. Y.: The Albertype Company, n. d. 48mo. pp. 37. 

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Herr, George W. — Episodes of the Civil War: Nine Cam- 
paigns in Nine States, in which is comprised the history 
of the Fifty-ninth Regiment Illinois Veteran Volunteer 
Infantry, together with special mention of the various 
Regiments with which it was Brigaded from 1861 to 1865. 
By Corporal Geo. W. Herr, late Company C 69th 111., 
Sacramento, California. 

San Francisco: The Bancroft Company, Publishers. 1890. 

Ry. 8vo. pp. XIV. (1) 1-461 XXIX. 

Herrington, W. D. — The Deserter's Daughter. By W. D. 

Herrington, 3d N. C. Cav. 
Raleigh, N. C. 1865. i2mo. pp. 27. 

Hess, George. — The Maryland Campaign, from Sept. 1 to 
Sept. 20, 1862. History and explanation of the Battles 
of South Mountain and Antietam, Md. Giving a brief 
account of the most important engagements of the Mary- 
land Campaign; also an estimate of the forces engaged, 
and losses in the above named battles. Compiled, 
written and illustrated by George Hess, Superintendent 
Antietam National Cemetery, late of Co. I, 28th Regt. 
Pa. Vet. Vol. Infantry. 

Hagerstown, Md.: Globe Job Rooms Print. 1890. 8vo. pp. 67 (1). 

Hesser, John L. — North, John W. — Duplicate Pages from 
Chapter IX. of the History of the 73d Illinois Volunteer 
Infantry. The "Preacher" and "Persimmon" Regiment. 

(Springfield, Illinois.) n. d. 8vo. pp. (2) 617-636. 

Hewes, Fletcher W. — History of the formation, movements, 
camps, scouts, and battles, of the Tenth Regiment 
Michigan Volunteer Infantry, containing a short historical 
sketch of every officer connected with the Regiment, also 
the names, dates of enlistment, nativity, occupation, etc., 
of every member of the organization, together with dates 
and places of discharge, deaths, etc., from the first en- 
listment to date of re-enlistment. Written and compiled 
by F. W. H., a member of the Regiment. 

Detroit: John Slater's Book and Job Printing. 1864. 

8vo. pp.229. Errata (1). Presentation copy. Autograph of Col. C. M. Lum. 

Hewins, Eben N. — Association of Company F, Forty-fourth 

Regiment Mass. Vols. 1862-1887. 
n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. (4). 

Hewins, Eben N. — The Roll of Association of Company F, 
44th Regiment Mass. Volunteers, prepared by the 
Secretary. Printed for the Association. 

Dedham, Mass.: Press of Hugh Mcjullen. 1876. 8vo. pp. 24. 

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Hewitt, Christian Cyrus. — Nineteenth Regiment of 
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Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, July, 1892. pp. 835-850. 

Heyburn, Weldon Brinton. — Remarks of Hon. Weldon B. 

Heyburn, of Idaho, in the Senate of the United States, 

February 7, 191 o. 
Washington. 1910. 8vo. pp. 8 (3). 

"On the erection by the United States Government of Confederate Monu- 
ments." 

Heysinger, Isaac Winter. — Antietam and the Maryland and 
Virginia Campaigns of 1862, from the Government 
Records — Union and Confederate — mostly unknown and 
which have dow first disclosed the truth. Approved by 
the War Department. By Captain Isaac W. Heysinger, 
M. A., M. D. of the Military Order of Loyal Legion, and 
of the Military Service Institution of the United States, 
Governor's Island, N. Y. 

New York: The Neale Publishing Company. 1912. i2mo. pp. 322. 

Autograph letter and presentation copy from Author. 

Heysinger, Isaac Winter. — The Cavalry Column from 
Harper's Ferry in the Antietam Campaign. By I. W. 
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Reprinted from Journal of U. S. Cavalry Association, January, 1914. 

8vo. pp. 54. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Hickenlooper, Andrew. — (Address before Crocker's Iowa 

Brigade.) 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 30. 

Hickenlooper, Andrew. 

1. General Hickenlooper at the Battle of Shiloh. pp. (8). 

2. Hickenlooper. Soldier and Citizen, pp. (9). 
Cincinnati: Semi- Weekly Commercial, n. d. 8vo. Mounted. 

Hickenlooper, Andrew. — Sherman. General Andrew Hicken- 
looper's address at the Twenty-third Meeting of the 
Society of the Army of the Tennessee. Chicago, 111., 
October 7, 1891. 

Cincinnati: Press of F. W. Freeman. 1893. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Hickenlooper, Frank. — An Illustrated History of Monroe 
County, Iowa. A complete civil, political, and military 
history of the county from its earliest period of organiza- 
tion down to 1896, including sketches of pioneer life, 
anecdotes, biography, and longdrawn reminiscences spun 
out by the "Oldest Inhabitant." By Frank Hicken- 
looper. (Record of Monroe Co. Soldiers and Companies.) 

Albia, Iowa. 1896. i2mo. pp. 360. 

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Hicks, Henry George. — Fort Donelson. By Brevet Major 
Henry G. Hicks, First Lieutenant and Adjutant Ninety- 
third Illinois Infantry, U. S. Volunteers. Read before 
the Minnesota Commandery of the Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion of the United States, October 13, 1896. 

(St. Paul, Minn. 1896.) 8vo. pp. 17. Autograph of Author. 

Hicks, Irl. — The Prisoner's Farewell to Johnson's Island, 
or Valedictory address to the Young Men's Christian 
Association of Johnson's Island, Ohio. A Poem by Irl 
Hicks. 

St. Louis. 1872. i6mo. pp. 29. 

Hiester, William M. — The Place of the Ringgold Light 
Artillery of Reading, among the first five companies 
from Pennsylvania which marched to the defence of 
Washington, April, 1861. A paper read before the 
Historical Society of Berks County, June 14, 1870. 

Reading, Pa.: Printed by order of the Society. 1870. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Higginson, Henry Lee. — Four Addresses by Henry Lee 
Higginson: The Soldiers' Field; The Harvard Union I.; 
The Harvard Union II.; Robert Gould Shaw. 

Boston: D. B. Updike. MDCCCCII. i2mo. pp. 107. Privately printed. 

Higginson, Henry Lee. — The Soldiers' Field. 

(Boston. 1890.) 8vo. pp. 12. 

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth — Jaques, Florence Wyman. 

— List of Battles and Casualties of Massachusetts Troops 
during the War of the Rebellion. By Col. T. W. Hig- 
ginson and Florence Wyman Jaques. 
Boston: David Clapp & Son, Printers. 1891. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. — Army Life in a Black 

Regiment (1st S. C. Volunteers). 
Boston. 1870. i2mo. pp. IV. 284. Autograph letter of Col. Higginson. 

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. — Massachusetts in the 
Army and Navy during the War of 1861-65. Prepared 
under the authority of the State by Thomas Wentworth 
Higginson, State Military and Naval Historian. 

Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Co. 1896. 

Ry. 8vo. Vol. I. pp. XV. 1-647. Vol. II. pp. 805. 

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High, Edwin W. — History of the Sixty-eighth Regiment 
Indiana Volunteer Infantry 1862- 1863, with a sketch of 
E. A. King's Brigade, Reynolds' Division, Thomas' 
Corps, in the Battle of Chickamauga. By Edwin W. 
High. Published by request of the Sixty-eighth Indiana 
Infantry Association. 1902. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. X. I -41 6. 

High, James L. — Alumni Anniversary. Its observance last 
evening. Address "The University during the War," by 
James L. High, Esq. Poem, "Our Welcome Home," 
by D. B. Frankenburger, Esq. 

Madison, Wis.: State Journal, Wednesday, June 20, 1877. 

(pp. 21.) (Mounted.) Autograph note of James L. High. 

Hill, Alfred J. — History of Company E of the Sixth Minnesota 
Regiment of Volunteer Infantry, by Alfred J. Hill, with 
an appendix by Capt. Charles J. Sties. 

St. Paul, Minn.: Pioneer Press Co. 1899. Ry. 8vo. pp. 45. 

Hill, Alonzo. — In Memoriam. A discourse preached in 
Worcester Oct. 5, 1862, on Lieut. Thomas Jefferson Spur, 
Fifteenth Massachusetts Volunteers, who was mortally 
wounded at the Battle of Antietam, died in Hagerstown, 
Sept. 27th following. 

Boston: John Wilson & Son. 1862. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Hill, Alonzo. — Revelation by Fire. A sermon preached in 
Worcester, Aug. 17, 1862, the Sunday after the burial of 
Mr. William Hudson, a private in the Twenty-fifth 
Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers, by Alonzo Hill. 

Boston: John Wilson & Son. 1862. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Hill, Alonzo F. — Our Boys (8th Penna. Reserves). The 
personal experiences of a soldier in the Army of the 
Potomac. 

Philadelphia. 1864. i2mo. pp. 42. 

Hill, Charles S. — The Old National Rifles. A series of 

reminiscences. By one who was a member. 
Washington: The Washington Post, Aug. 29, 1886, to Oct. 24, 1886. 
i2mo. pp. 28. Autograph letter of Author. 

375 



Hill, Daniel Harvey. — The Confederate Soldiers in the 
Ranks. An address by Major-General D. H. Hill, of 
North Carolina, before the Virginia Division of the 
Association of the Army of Northern Virginia, at Rich- 
mond, Virginia, on Thursday evening, October 22, 1885, 
also some account of the banquet, including the response 
of the Hon. O. B. Lucas, of West Virginia, to the toast 
"Our Dead." 

Richmond: Wm. Ellis Jones. 1885. 8vo. pp. 28. 

Hill, Daniel Harvey. — The Land We Love. A monthly 
magazine devoted to literature, military history, and 
agriculture. 
Charlotte, N. C. 8vo. 

Vol. I. pp. VI. 1-446, May-Oct., 1866. Vol. II. pp. IV. 1-476. Nov.-April, 
1866-67. Vol. III. pp. VI. 1-514. May-Oct., 1867. Vol. IV. pp. VI. 
1-542. Nov.-April, 1867-68. Vol. V. pp. VI. 1-548. May.-Oct., 1868. 
Vol. VI. pp. 1-436. Nov.-March, 1868-69. (Complete.) 
Autograph note of Gen. Hill. 

Hill, Daniel Harvey. — The Lost Dispatch. 
The Land We Love, Feb., 1868. pp. 270-284. 

Hill, Daniel Harvey. — The Lost Dispatch. (A reply to 

Pollard and others.) 
The Land We Love, Feb.-July, 1868. pp. (18). 

Hill, Frederick Trevor. — On the Trail of Grant and Lee. 
A narrative history of the boyhood and manhood of two 
Americans based upon their own writings, official records 
and other authoritative information. By Frederick Trevor 
Hill. Illustrations in color by Arthur E. Bacher. 

New York and London: D. Appleton & Company. 191 1. 

Sm. 4to. pp. XIV. 1-305. 

Hill, Herbert E. — Campaign in the Shenandoah Valley, 
1864. A paper read before the Eighth Vermont Volunteers 
and First Vermont Cavalry, at their Annual Reunion, 
in Montpelier, Vermont, November 2, 1886, by Colonel 
Herbert E. Hill, of Boston. 

Boston: Rand Avery Company, Printers. 1886. 8vo. pp. 13 (1). 

Hill, J. J. — A Sketch of the 29th Regiment of Connecticut 
Colored Troops, giving a full account of its formation, of 
all the battles through which it passed, and its final 
disbandment. By J. J. Hill. 

New York: Baker & Godwin, Printers. 1881. 8vo. pp. 40. 

376 



Hillard, George Stillman. — Life and Campaigns of George 
B. McClellan, Major-General U. S. Army. By G. S. 
Hillard. 

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1865. i2mo. pp. 396. 

Autograph note of Gen. McClellan. 

Hillyer, George. Battle of Gettysburg. By George Hillyer. 

Address before the Walton County Georgia Confederate 

Veterans. August 2, 1904.* 
From the Walton Tribune. (1904.) 8vo. pp. 16 (3). 

Hincks, Edward Ward. — The Forty-fifth Regiment Massa- 
chusetts Volunteer Militia — Nine Months Men — and the 
Eighth Regiment at Annapolis in 1861. Extracts from 
Speech by General Edward W. Hincks, of Cambridge, at 
Peabody, November 5, 1883. 

Cambridge, Mass. 1883. 8vo. pp. 23. Autograph note of Author. 

Hindman, Thomas Carmichael. — Regulations for General 

Hindman's Division in Camp. 
Memphis: Appeal. Montgomery, Ala. and Atlanta, Ga. (1863.) 8vo. pp. — 

Hindman, Thomas Carmichael. — Report of Major-General 
Hindman of his operations in the Trans-Mississippi 
District. Published by order of Congress. 

Richmond: R. M. Smith. 1864. 8vo. pp. 26. 

Hindman, Wilbur F. — Corporal Si Klegg and His "Pard," 
how they lived and talked, and what they did and 
suffered, while fighting for the flag. By Wilbur F. 
Hinman, late Lieutenant-Colonel Sixty-fifth Regiment 
Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry. With 193 original 
illustrations drawn by George Y. Coffin. 

Cleveland, Ohio: F. H. Braggins & Co. 1888. 8vo. pp. XIX. 1-706. 

Hinkle, Frederick Wallis. — Army Rifles. Paper of Com- 
panion Frederick W. Hinkle, of Cincinnati, Ohio, read 
before the Ohio Commandery of the Loyal Legion, 
February 5, 1908. 

n. d. 8vo. pp. 30. 

Hinkley, Julian Wisner. — A Narrative of Service with the 
Third Wisconsin Infantry. By Julian Wisner Hinkley, 
Captain of Company E, and sometime Acting Major of 
said Regiment. 

Wisconsin History Commission, September, 1912. No. 7. 

Svo. pp. XI. 1- 197. 

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Hinman, Wilbur F. — The Story of the Sherman Brigade. 
The camp, the march, the battle and how "the boys" 
lived and died during four years of active field service. 
Sixty-fourth Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry. Sixty- 
fifth Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry. Sixth Battery, 
Ohio Veteran Volunteer Artillery. McLaughlin's 
Squadron, Ohio Veteran Volunteer Cavalry. With 368 
illustrations. By Wilbur F. Hinman, late Lieutenant- 
Colonel, Sixty-fifth Ohio Regiment, Author of "Corporal 
Si Klegg and His Pard," etc. 

(Extract.) Published by the Author. 1897. 8vo. pp. XXII. 33-1104. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Hinton, Isaac T. — A Historical Sketch of the Quitman 
Guards, Company "E," Sixteenth Mississippi Regiment, 
Harris Brigade, from its organization in Holmesville, 
April 21, 1 86 1, to the surrender of the Army of Northern 
Virginia, 9th April, 1865. By one of the Quitman Guards. 

New Orleans: Isaac T. Hinton, Printer. 1866. 8vo. pp. 77. 

Hipp, Ernest Otto. — Story of United States of North 
America. By Ernest Otto Hipp. Third Part from the 
breaking out of the War between the States until the 
present time. With 40 printed pictures and maps. 

Leipsic: G. Freytog. 1886. i2mo. pp. 268. 

Hitchcock, Benjamin W. — Chronological Record of the 
American Civil War, giving every event in the order of its 
occurrence, from November 8, i860, to June 3, 1865, also 
a complete list of vessels captured by the Confederate 

Navy. 
New York: Benjamin W. Hitchcock. 1868. 8vo. pp. (1) 1-566, covers (4). 

Hitchcock, Frederick L. — War from the Inside, or personal 
experiences, impressions, and reminiscences of one of the 
"Boys" in the War of the Rebellion. By Col. Frederick 
L. Hitchcock. 

Philadelphia: Press of J. B. Lippincott Company. 1904. 8vo. pp. 308. 

Hitchcock, Ripley. — Decisive Battles of America. By 
Albert Bushnell Hart, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 
Claude Halstead Van Tyne, George Pierce Garrison, Rear- 
Admiral French Ensor Chadwick, U. S. N. (Retired), 
James K. Hosmer, J. H. Latane, Richard Hildreth, 

378 



Benson J. Lossing and others. Edited by Ripley Hitch- 
cock. Illustrated. 

New York and London: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. MCMIX. 

8vo. pp. XV. 1-397- 

Hoadley, John Chipman. — Memorial of Henry Sanford 
Gansevoort, Captain Fifth Artillery, and Lieutenant- 
Colonel by Brevet, U. S. A.; Colonel Thirteenth New 
York State Volunteer Cavalry and Brigadier-General of 
Volunteers by Brevet. Edited by J. C. Hoadley, A. M. 
Boston: Rand, Avery & Co. 1875. 8v <>- PP- 335- 
Autograph note of J. C. Hoadley and Col. Gansevoort. 

"Presentation copy from Col. Gansevoort's sister Mrs. A. Lansing, at whose 
expense 150 copies of this beautiful tribute was printed for private distribu- 
tion." 

Hoadley, John Chipman. — Memorial of Henry Sanford 
Gansevoort, Captain Fifth Artillery, and Lieutenant- 
Colonel by Brevet, U. S. A.; Colonel Thirteenth New 
York State Volunteer Cavalry, and Brigadier-General of 
Volunteers by Brevet. Edited by J. C. Hoadley, A. M. 

Boston: Rand, Avery & Co. 1875. 8vo. pp. 1-335. (Second Edition 1882.) 

"Printed for private distribution." 

Hobart, Edwin L. — A Story of Vicksburg and Jackson: 
"Lest We Forget." Dispatches of Charles A. Dana. 
General John A. McClernand, Commanding 13th Army 
Corps. General Jacob G. Lauman, Commanding 4th 
Division, 16th A. C. Report of Colonel Isaac Pugh, 
41st Illinois, Commanding First Brigade; and Report of 
Colonel George E. Bryant, 12th Wisconsin, Commanding 
3rd Brigade, 4th Division, 16th Army Corps. Report of 
Captain Frederick E. Prime, Engineer Officer, Fourth 
Division, i£th Army Corps. "All about Jackson," by 
Samuel M. Howard, Co. H, 28th Illinois, Gettysburg, 
South Dakota. Compiled from the official records of the 
Union and Confederate Armies, War of the Rebellion, 
by Edwin L. Hobart, Co. D, 28th Illinois. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 28. Autograph letter of Author. 

Hobart, Edwin L. — Semi-History of a boy veteran of the 
Twenty-eighth Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers in 
a Black Regiment. A diary of 28th 111. from organization 
to veteranizing. History of the Fifty-eighth Regiment 
U. S. Colored Infantry with some closing reminiscences 
with the former. * * * By. Edwin L. Hobart. * * * 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 41 1-53. 

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Hobart, Edwin L. — The Truth About Shiloh. A compila- 
tion 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 others wars, and a complete 
expose of numbers of men engaged on both sides, and how 
such numbers are made up, in Union and Confederate 
Armies. By Edwin L. Hobart, late Co. D, 28th Illinois 
Infantry Volunteers, Williams'-Pugh's Brigade, Hurlbut's 
Div., Army of the Tennessee. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 62 (2). 

Hobart, Edwin L. — The Truth About Shiloh. A com- 
pilation 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 
wars, and a complete expose of number of men engaged on 
both sides, and how such numbers are made up, in Union 
and Confederate Armies. By Edwin L. Hobart, late 
Co. D, 28th Illinois Infantry Volunteers; Williams'-Pugh's 
Brigade, Hurlbut's Div., Army of the Tennessee, pp. 
VIII. 116. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. Roster of Survivors, pp. 62 (10). 

Hobart, Harrison Carroll. — Libby Prison — The Escape. By 

Bvt. Brig.-Gen. Harrison C. Hobart, U. S. V. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Hockersmith, Lorenzo Dow. — Morgan's Escape. A thrilling 
story of war times. A true history of the raid of General 
Morgan and his men through Kentucky, Indiana and 
Ohio; their incarceration in the Columbus Penitentiary, 
escape therefrom and tragic death of the interpid leader. 
By Capt. L. D. Hockersmith. 

Madisonville, Ky.: Glenn's Graphic Print. 1903. 8vo. pp. 54. 

Hobbs, C. A. — Vicksburg. A Poem. C. A. Hobbs, A. M., 
First Sergeant Company B, Ninety-ninth Illinois Infantry. 
Illustrated. 

Chicago: J. Fairbanks & Co. 1880. Sm. 4to. pp. 299. 

Hodge, George B. — Report of Brigadier-General George B. 

Hodge, C. S. A., of the operations of his command, Sept. 

9, 1863. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 4. 

380 



Hodge, George B. — Sketch of the ist Kentucky Brigade. 
The Land We Love, February, 1868. pp. 265-268. 

Hodge, George B. — Sketch of the First Kentucky Brigade. 

By its Adjutant-General, G. B. Hodge. 
Frankfort, Ky. : Printed at the Kentucky Yeoman Office. 1874. 8vo. pp.31. 
Autograph letter of Author. 1 

Hodges, Almon Danforth, Jr. — Memoir of James Swift 

Rogers. By Almon Danforth Hodges, Jr. 
Boston: Press of David Clapp & Son. 1906. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Hodges, Carroll B. — An Old Regiment of Regulars. By 
C. B. Hodges, Second Lieutenant, Fourth U. S. Infantry. 
(Illustrated.) 

The Ohio Illustrated Magazine, October, 1907. pp. 21 1-2 18. 

Hodge, G. Woolsey. — A Sermon preached in the Church of the 
Ascension, Philadelphia, by the Rev. G. Woolsey Hodge, 
M. A., Rector of the Church, and Chaplain of the Penn- 
sylvania Society of Sons of the Revolution, on the occasion 
of the unveiling of a mural tablet in memory of Major 
James Edward Carpenter, Vestryman and Rector's 
Warden of that church, and a founder of the Society of 
Sons of the Revolution, the Service being held under the 
auspices of the Society. March 2, 1902. The members 
of the Society, members of the Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion, officers of the Historical Society of Penn- 
sylvania, First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry, and 
others being present. 

Lancaster, Pa.: Press of The New Era Printing Company, n. d. 

4to. pp. 13. 

Hodges, William Romaine. — The Lengthening Cycle of 
Life. By Captain W. R. Hodges. Read before the 
Commandery of the State of Missouri Military Order of 
the Loyal Legion, November 7, 1908. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 10. 

Hodges, William Romaine. — The Western Sanitary Com- 
mission and what it did for the sick and wounded of the 
Union Armies from 1861 to 1865, with mention of the 
services of Companion James E. Yeatman therewith. 
Read before the Commandery of the State of Missouri 
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, 
February 3, 1906, by Captain W. R. Hodges. 

(St. Louis, Mo. 1906.) 8vo. pp. 16. 

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Hodgkins, William Henry. — Catalogue of the Extensive 
Private Library of the late Major Wm. H. Hodgkins, of 
Somerville, Mass. Comprising an extensive collection of 
Civil War literature. Part I. Sale April 16-18, 1906. pp. 
183 (2). Part II. Sale April 10-11, 1907. pp. 112. 

n. p. 8vo. 

Hodgkins, William Henry. — History of the Thirty-sixth 
Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, 1862- 1865. By a 
Committee of the Regiment. 

Boston: Press of Rockwell & Churchhill. 1884. 8vo. pp. XIII. 1-405. 

Autograph note of Major Hodgkins. 

Hodgkins, William Henry. — The Battle of Fort Stedman, 
Petersburg, Virginia, March 25, 1865. By William H. 
Hodgkins. 

(1889.) 8vo. pp. 49. Privately printed. 

Presentation copy. Autograph letter of Major Hodgkins. 

Hofmann, John William. — Address delivered by Brevet 
Brigadier-General J. William Hofmann, U. S. Vols., 
(late Colonel 56th Regiment Pennsylvania Veteran 
Volunteer Infantry), at the dedication of the Regimental 
Memorial erected upon the field of Gettysburg, by the 
liberality of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Sept. 
11, 1889. 

Philadelphia: A. W. Auner, Printer. 1890. 8vo. pp. 14 (1). 

Presentation copy. Privately printed. 

Hofmann, John William. — Military Record of Brevet 
Brigadier-General John William Hofmann, United States 
Volunteers, late Colonel of the (Fifty-sixth Regiment 
Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, Infantry). 

Philadelphia: A. W. Auner, Printer. 1884. 8vo. pp. 36 (3). 

50 copies privately printed. 

Hofmann, John William. — Address delivered by General 
J. Wm. Hofmann, U. S. V., at the dedication of the 
Monument erected to the 56th Pennsylvania Veteran 
Volunteers on the Battlefield of Gettysburg, Wednesday, 
Sept. 11, 1889. 

Original ms. 4to. pp. (21). 

Hofmann, John William. — Remarks on the Battle of 
Gettysburg. Operations on the right of the First Corps, 
Army of the Potomac. First day of the fight. By Bvt. 
Brig. -Gen. J. Wm. Hofmann, U. S. V., late Colonel 56th 

382 



Regt. Vet. Vols., commanding 2d Brig., 3d Div., 5th 
Corps. Read before the Historical Society of Pennsyl- 
vania, March 8, 1880. 

Philadelphia: A. W. Auner, Printer. 1880. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of Gen. Hofmann. 

Hoffman, Wickham. — Camp, Court and Siege; A narrative 
of personal adventure and observation during two Wars, 
1861-1865— 1870-1871. 

New York. 1877. i2mo. pp. 285. 

Hoge, A. H. — The Boys in Blue, or heroes of the "rank and 
file," comprising incidents and reminiscences from camp, 
battlefield and hospital with narratives of the sacrifice, 
suffering and triumphs of the soldiers of the Republic, with 
an introduction by Thomas M.. Eddy, D. D., with illus- 
trations from original drawings of the most striking scenes 
of the War of the Rebellion. 

New York. 1867. 8vo. pp. — 

Hoge, William James. — Sketch of Dabney Carr Harrison, 
Minister of the Gospel and Captain in the Army of the 
Confederate States of America. 

Richmond, Va. 1863. i8mo. pp. — 

Hoke, Jacob. — A Guide to the Battlefield of Gettysburg, with 
illustrations and map. By Jacob Hoke, Author of "The 
Great Invasion." 

Dayton, Ohio: W. J. Shuey, Publisher. 1887. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Hoke, Jacob. — Historical. Reminiscences of the War, or 
incidents which transpired in and about Chambersburg, 
during the War of the Rebellion. By J. Hoke. 

Chambersburg, Pa.: M. A. Foltz, Printer. 1884. 8vo. pp. 211. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Hoke, W. J. — Sketch of the 38th Regiment N. C. Troops. By 

Col. W. J. Hoke. 
Our Living and Our Dead, Feb., 1875. pp. 545-551. 

Holbrook, William C. — A Narrative of the Services of the 
officers and enlisted men of the 7th Regiment of Vermont 
Volunteers (Veterans) from 1862 to 1866. By Wm. C. 
Holbrook, late Colonel 7th Vt. Veteran Vols. 

New York: American Bank Note Company. 1882. 8vo. pp. VIII. 1-219. 

Autograph note of Col. Holbrook. 

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Holcombe, R. J. — Adams, F. W. — An Account of the 
Battle of Wilson's Creek, or Oak Hills, fought between 
the Union Troops, commanded by Gen. N. Lyon, and the 
Southern or Confederate Troops, under command of 
Gens. McCulloch and Price, on Saturday, August 10, 
1861, in Greene County, Missouri. Written and compiled 
from authentic sources by Holcombe and Adams. Pub- 
lished on the Twenty-second Anniversary of the Battle, 
as a full and faithful account, and as a memorial of the 
reunion of the Survivors of the Engagement of both sides 
held August 8, 9 and 10, 1883. 

Springfield, Missouri. 1883. 8vo. pp. 104. Autographs of Authors. 

Holden, William. — Military Order of the Loyal Legion 
of the United States Commandery of the State of Ohio. 
Catalogue of the Library. Prepared under the direction 
of Brevet Major A. M. VanDyke, U. S. V., Recorder, by 
Captain William Holden, Asst. Quartermaster, U. S. V. 

Cincinnati. 1 901. 8vo. pp. 115. 

Holland, Mary A. Gardner. — Our Army Nurses. Interesting 
sketches, addresses, and photographs of nearly one 
hundred of the noble women who served in hospitals and 
on the battlefields during Our Civil War. Compiled by 
Mary A. Gardner Holland. 

Boston: B. Wilkins & Co., Publishers. 1895. 8vo. pp. 548. 

Holland, Mary A. Gardner. — Our Army Nurse. Interesting 
sketches and photographs of over one hundred of the 
noble women who served in hospitals and on battlefields 
during our late Civil War, 1861-1865. Compiled by Mary 
A. Gardner Holland. 

Boston: Press of Lounsbery, Nichols & Worth. 1897. 8vo. pp. 600. 

Holliday, F. M. — Lucas, Daniel Bedinger. — In Memoriam, 
General Robert E. Lee, ceremonies at Winchester, Va., 
January 19, 187 1. Oration by Col. F. M. Holliday. 
Poem by Daniel B. Lucas, Esq. 

Winchester: Printed at the "Times" Office. 1871. 8vo. pp. 60. 

Presentation copy. Autograph note of Col. Holliday, C. S. A. 

Hollister, Ovando J. — History of the First Regiment of 
Colorado Volunteers. 

Denver, C. T. 1863. i2mo. pp. 178. 
Autograph note of Author and Col. J. P. Slough. 

384 



Hollock, Charles. — Sketches of "Stonewall Jackson." 
Giving the leading events of his life and military career, 
his dying moments and the obsequies at Richmond and 
Lexington. English Edition. 

Halifax, N. S.: Printed by James Bowes & Sons. 1863. 8vo. pp. IV. 

Holmes, Clay W. — The Elmira Prison Camp. A history of 
the military prison at Elmira, N. Y., July 6, 1864, to 
July 10, 1865. By Clay W. Holmes, A. M. With an 
appendix containing names of the Confederate prisoners 
buried in Woodlawn National Cemetery. With 62 
illustrations. 

New York and London: C. P. Putnam's Sons. 1912. 

8vo. pp. XVII. 1-465. 

Holmes, John. — Nine Months in Andersonville. Ex- 
periences of Captain John Holmes, of Mellen, Wisconsin, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 19 (1). 

Holmes, Mead. — A Soldier of the Cumberland. Memoir 
of Mead Holmes, Jr., Sergeant Co. "K," 21st Regt. 
Wisconsin Volunteers. 

Boston. 1864. i6mo. pp. 240. 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell. — My Hunt After the Captain! 

The Atlantic Monthly, Dec, 1862. pp. — Autograph letter of Author. 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell. — My Hunt After "The Captain." 

"Soundings from the Atlantic." 
Boston: James R. Osgood & Company. 1872. i2mo. pp. 24-123. 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell. — Oration delivered before the 
city authorities of Boston, on the Fourth of July, 1863, 
by Oliver Wendell Holmes. 

Boston: Ticknor & Fields. 1863. 8vo. pp. 60. 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr. — Dead, Yet Living. An 
address delivered at Keene, N. H., Memorial Day, May 
30, 1884, by Hon. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., (Lt.- 
Colonel 20th Mass. Vols.) Reprinted from the Boston 
Daily Advertiser, by the Author's permission. 

Boston: Ginn, Heath & Company. 1884. i6mo. pp. 12. 

Autograph note of Colonel Holmes. 

385 



Holmes, Prescott.— The Battles of the War for the 
Union. The story of the Great Civil War, from the 
election of Abraham Lincoln to the Surrender at Appo- 
mattox, impartially told by Prescott Holmes, with eighty 
illustrations. 

Philadelphia: Henry Altemus Company. (1897.) l2mo. pp. 338. 

Holmes, Theodore J. — A Memorial of John S. Jameson, 
Sergeant in the 1st Conn. Cavalry, who died at Ander- 
sonville, Ga. (Portrait.) 

n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 31. Privately printed. 

Autograph letter of Chaplain Holmes and note of Mrs. Jameson. 

Holmes, Theopilus Hunter — Hill, Ambrose Powell — 
Stevenson, Carter Littlepage. — Report of Lieutenant- 
General Holmes of the Battle of Helena; also Report of 
Lieutenant-General A. P. Hill of the Battle of Bristoe 
Station; also Report of Major-General Stevenson of the 
expedition into East Tennessee. Published by order of 
Congress. 

Richmond: R. M. Smith, Public Printer. 1864. 8vo. pp. 63. 

Holstein, William H. (Mrs.) — Three Years in Field 

Hospitals of the Army of the Potomac. By Mrs. H. 
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1867. i6mo. pp. 131. 

Holt, Joseph. — Vindication of Judge Advocate-General 
Holt, from the foul slanders of traitors, their aiders, 
abettors, and sympathizers acting in the interest of 
Jefferson Davis. Second Edition comprising the de- 
positions. 

(Washington. Sept. 4, 1866.) 8vo. pp. 15. 

Hood, John Bell. — Advance and Retreat. Personal ex- 
periences in the United States and Confederate Armies. 
By J. B. Hood, Lieutenant-General in the Confederate 
Army. Published for the Hood Orphan Memorial Fund. 

New Orleans, La.: G. T. Beauregard. 1880. 8vo. pp. 358. 

19 engravings and 3 maps inserted. 

Hooker, Joseph. — Did Gen. McClellan Ever Intend to 
Hurt the Rebels? Testimony of Major-General Joseph 
Hooker. 

Washington. March 11, 1863. 8vo. pp. 4. 

386 



Hooper, Arthur. — A History of Bridge water in the 
Rebellion. By Arthur Hooper, late member of the 
Third and Fifty-eighth Regiments Massachusetts Volun- 
teers. 

Boston: F. W. Barry. 1880. 8vo. pp. 85 (3). Autograph note of Author. 

Hope, A. J. B. Beresford. — A Popular View of the American 

Civil War. By A. J. B. Beresford Hope. 
London: James Ridgway, Piccadilly. 1861. 8vo. pp. 28. 
Autograph letter of Author. 

Hope, James. — Battle of Antietam. (Description of painting 

by James Hope^ 
n. p. n. d. i8mo. pp. 6. 

Hopkins, Henry. — A Memorial of Lieut. Edward Carrington. 

A discourse preached at Colebrook, Conn., November 21, 

1866, by Rev. Henry Hopkins. 
Cambridge: Printed by request. 1867. 8vo. pp. 22. 

Hopkins, John Baker. — Peace or War? An unbiased view 
of the American Crisis. By John B. Hopkins. (Re- 
printed from the Atlas, December 7, 1861.) 

London: Diprose & Bateman. 1861. i2mo. pp. 15. 

Hopkins, John Baker. — The Fall of the Confederacy. By 

John Baker Hopkins. 
London: William Freeman, n. d. l2mo. pp. 96. 

Hopkins, Luther W. — From Bull Run to Appomattox. A 
boy's view. By Luther W. Hopkins, of Gen. J. E. B. 
Stuart's Cavalry, 6th Virginia Regiment, C. S. C. 

Baltimore: Press of Fleet-McGinley Co. (1908.) i2mo. pp. 219. (Map.) 

Hopkins, William B. — The Seventh Regiment Rhode Island 
Volunteers in the Civil War 1862- 1865. By William P. 
Hopkins. 

Providence, R. I.: Snow & Farnham, Printers. 1903. 

4to. pp. XXIV. 1-543 (1). Autograph letter of Author. 

Hopper, George C. — First Michigan Infantry. Three 
months and three years. Proceedings of 1891. Reunion 
at Detroit. Brief history of the Regiment by Major Geo. 
C. Hopper. Roster of living members. 

Coldwater: C. W. Owen. n. d. i6mo. pp. 41. Autograph letter of Author. 

387 



Hoppin, William Jones — Cozzens, Frederick Swartwout. — 

Proceedings of the Century Association in honor of the 
memory of Brig.-Gen. James S. Wadsworth and Colonel 
Peter A. Porter, with the eulogies read by William J. 
Hoppin and Frederic S. Cozzens, December 3, 1864. 

New York. MDCCCLXV. 8vo. pp. 88. 

Presentation copy. Autographs of W. J. Hoppin and Frederic S. Cozzens. 

Horner, Harlan Hoyt. — The American Flag. New York 
State Education Department Sixth Annual Report — 
Supplemental Volume. Compiled and edited by Harlan 
Hoyt Horner. 

Albany. 1910. Ry. 8vo. pp. no. 

Horstmann Bros, and Co. — Illustrated Catalogue of 
military, society regalia, theatrical goods, flags, banners, 
etc. 

Philadelphia. 1877. Ry. 8vo. pp. 213 (3). 

Horton, Henry. — Sheridan's Battles in the Shenandoah. 

By Henry Horton. 
Lynn, Mass.: Press of Thos. P. Nichols. 1885. i8mo. pp. 16. 

Horton, R. G. — A Youth's History of the Great Civil War in 

the United States from 1861 to 1865, with illustrations. 
New York. 1867. i6mo. pp. — 

Horton, J. — Teverbaugh, H. — A History of the Eleventh 
Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, containing the 
military record, so far as it is possible to obtain it, of each 
officer and enlisted man of the command. A list of deaths, 
an account of the veterans, incidents of the field and camp, 
names of the three months' volunteers, etc. Compiled 
from the official records, by Horton and Teverbaugh, 
members of the Regiment. 

Dayton, Ohio: W. J. Shuey. 1868. 8vo. pp. XV. 16-287. 

Hosea, Lewis Montgomery. — The Campaign of Selma, read 
before the Ohio Commandery of the Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion of the United States, by Lewis M. Hosea, 
late Brevet Major U. S. A. (16th U. S. Infantry). October 

3, i883- 
Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson, Printer. 1883. 8vo. pp. 34. 

Hosmer, George W. — "As We Went Marching On." 

A story of the war. By G. W. Hosmer, 
New York: Harper & Brothers. 1885. i6mo. pp. 310. 

388 



Hosmer, George W. — Report of Delegates from the General 
Aid Society for the Army, at Buffalo, N. Y., to visit the 
Government Hospitals and the Agencies of the United 
States Sanitary Commission. By Rev. George W. Hosmer, 
D. D. 

Buffalo: Franklin Steam Printing House. 1862. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Hosmer, James Kendall. — Outcome of the Civil War, 
1863-1865. By James Kendall Hosmer, LL. D., recent 
Librarian of the Minneapolis Public Library, with maps. 
(The American Nation. A History. Vol. XXI.) 

New York and London: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. 1907. 

8vo. pp. XIV. 1-312. 

Hosmer, James Kendall. — The American Civil War. By 
James Kendall Hosmer, LL. D. Vol. I. The Appeal to 
Arms ( 1 861 -1 863). With frontispiece and maps. Vol. 
II. The Outcome, 1863-1865. With frontispiece and maps. 

New York and London: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. MCMXIII. 

iamo. Vol. I. pp. XVI. 1-354. Vol. II. pp. XII (1) 1-352. 

Hosmer, James Kendall. — The Appeal to Arms, 1861-1863. 
By James Kendall Hosmer, LL. D., recent Librarian of 
the Minneapolis Public Library. With maps. (The 
American Nation. A History. Vol. XX.) 

New York and London: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. 1907. 

8vo. pp. XVI. 1-354- 

Hosmer, James Kendall. — The Color Guard. Being a 
Corporal's Notes of Military Service in the Nineteenth 
Army Corps. By James K. Hosmer. 

Boston: Walker, Wise & Company. 1864. i6mo. pp. XII. 9-244. 

Hosmer, James Kendall. — The Thinking Bayonet. By 

James K. Hosmer. 
Boston: Walker, Fuller & Company. 1865. i2mo. pp. VI. 326. 

Hotchkiss, Jedediah — Allan, William. — The Battlefields 
of Virginia. Chancellorsville, embracing the operations 
of the Army of Northern Virginia, from the first battle of 
Fredericksburg to the death of Lieutenant-General 
Jackson. By Jed. Hotchkiss, late Captain and Topo- 
graphical Engineer Second Corps, A. N. V., and William 
Allan, late Lieutenant-Colonel and Chief of Ordnance 
Second Corps, A. N. V. Illustrated by five maps and a 
full length likeness of Lieut. -Gen. T. J. Jackson. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1867. 8vo. pp. 152. 

Autograph letter of Col. Allan. 

389 



Hough, Franklin Benjamin. — History of Duryea's Brigade 
during the Campaign in Virginia under Gen. Pope and in 
Maryland under Gen. McClellan in the summer and 
autumn of 1862. By Franklin B. Hough. 

Albany: J. Munsell. 1864. 8vo. pp. VI.-200. 300 copies printed. 

Houghton, Albert Charles. — The Cavalry Reconnaissance 
of Abraham's Creek, Virginia, and the Captured Infantry 
Regiment, with its Battle-flag. An address delivered 
before the Military Association of the Second Ohio Cavalry 
and Twenty-fifth Ohio Battery, Youngstown, Ohio, 
October 10, 1907, by A. C. Houghton, late Captain 2d 
Ohio Cavalry, Brevet Major U. S. Vol., A. A. D. C. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 29. Autograph note of Author. 

Houghton, Edwin B. — The Campaigns of the Seventeenth 
Maine. By Edwin B. Houghton, a member of the 
Regiment. 

Portland: Short & Loring. 1866. i2mo. pp. X. 333. 
Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Houston, Henry C. — The Thirty-second Maine Regiment 
of Infantry Volunteers. An historical sketch. By Henry 
C. Houston, of Co. C. 

Portland, Me. : Press of Southworth Brothers. 1903. 

8vo. pp. XII. (1) 1-537. Autograph note of Gen. J. M. Pond. 

Hovenden, Thomas. — Description of the painting "In the 
hands of the Enemy." By Thos. Hovenden, N. A. 
(Gettysburg.) 

Philadelphia. 1890. 8vo. pp. 4. 

Hovey, Carl. — Stonewall Jackson. By Carl Hovey. 

Boston: Small, Maynard & Company. MDCCCC. 64mo. pp. XI. 1-131. 

Hovey, Henry Walter. — The Twenty-fourth Regiment 
Infantry. By Lieutenant H. W. Hovey, Twenty-fourth 
U. S. Infantry. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, November, 1894. pp. 1341-1342. 

Howard, Cecil Hampden Cutts. — Life and Public Services 
of Gen. John Wolcott Phelps. A sketch read before 
the N. E. Historical Genealogical Society, by Cecil 
Hampden Cutts Howard. Dec. 1, 1886. 

Brattleboro, Vt.: Frank E. Housh & Co. 1887. i8mo. pp. VIII. 58. 

390 



Howard, Francis Thomas. — In and Out of the Lines. An 
accurate account of incidents during the occupations of 
Georgia by Federal Troops in 1864-65. By Francis 
Thomas Howard. 

New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. 1905. 

i2mo. pp. 238. 

Howard, Frank Key. — Fourteen Months in America 
Bastiles. 

Baltimore: Kelly, Hedian & Piet. 1863. 8vo. pp. 89. 

Howard, J. Q. — The Life, Public Services and Select Speeches 

of Rutherford B. Hayes. By J. Q. Howard. 
Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co. 1876. i2tno. pp. V.-260. 
Newspaper cuttings, etc., relating to Gen. Hayes inserted. 

Howard, Oliver Otis. — Autobiography of Oliver Otis Howard, 

Major-General United States Army. 
New York: The Baker & Taylor Company. 1907. 
Vol. I. pp. XI. 1-620. Vol. II. pp. IX. 1-610. 
Autograph letter of Gen. Howard. 

Howard, Oliver Otis. — Battles. 

1. Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg, June and July, 1863. The 
Atlantic Monthly, July, 1876. 

2. Chattanooga. The Atlantic Monthly, Aug, 1876. 

3. Battles About Atlanta, 1-11. The Atlantic Monthly, Oct. and 
Nov., 1876. 

Revised and corrected with ms. notes by Gen. Howard. Replies, etc., inserted. 

Howard, Oliver Otis. — Major-General Howard's Address 
at the Second Anniversary of the U. S. Christian Com- 
mission. 

Philadelphia. 1864. i2mo. pp. 23. 

Howard, Oliver Otis. — The First Day at Gettysburg. A 

reply to Prof. Samuel P. Bates. 
New York: The Herald, Oct., 1875. 8vo. pp. 20. (Mounted.) 
Autograph letters of Prof. Bates and Gen. Howard. 

Howard, Percy. — The Barbarities of the Rebels, as shown 
in their cruelty to the Federal wounded and prisoners; 
in their outrages upon Union men ; in the murder of negroes, 
and in their unmanly conduct throughout the Rebellion. 
By Colonel Percy Howard, late of the Royal Horse 
Guards. 

Providence, R. I.: Printed for the Author. 1863. 8vo. pp. 40. 

391 



Howard, Richard L. — History of the 124th Regiment Illinois 
Infantry Volunteers, otherwise known as the "Hundred 
and two dozen," from August, 1862, to August, 1865. 
By R. L. Howard, Chaplain. 

Springfield, 111.: Printed by H. W. Rokker. 1880. 8vo. pp. IX. 519. 
Autograph of Author. 

Howard, Rowland B. — At Gettysburg. By Rowland B. 

Howard. 
(Boston. 1887.) i6mo. pp. (4). 

Howard-Smith, Logan — Scott, John Fulton Reynolds. — 

History of Battery A, formerly known as the Keystone 
Battery and Troop A, N. G. P. Compiled and edited by 
Logan Howard -Smith and J. F. Reynolds Scott. 

Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Co. 1912. i2mo. pp. XII. 1-272. 

Privately printed. No. 208. 

Howbert, A. R. — Reminiscences of the War. A. R. Howbert. 

Copyrighted August 11, 1888. 
n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 388. 

Howe, Henry. — The Times of the Rebellion in the West. 
A collection of miscellanies, showing the part taken in the 
War by each Western State; notices of eminent officers; 
descriptions of prominent battles ; conspiracies in the West 
to aid the Rebellion ; incidents of guerrilla and border 
warfare; individual adventures; anecdotes illustrating the 
heroism of Western soldiers, etc. Illustrated by large 
bold engravings. By Henry Howe. 

Cincinnati: Howe's Book Concern. 1867. 8vo. pp. 252. 

Autograph note of Author. • 

Howe, Mary A. — The Rival Volunteers, or the Black Plume 

Rifles. By Mary A. Howe. 
New York: John Bradburn. * * * 1864. i2mo. pp. 377. 

Howe, M. A. DeWolf. — Home Letters of General Sherman. 

Edited by M. A. DeWolf Howe. 
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1909. 8vo. pp. 412. 
Autograph letter of General Sherman. 

Howe, M. A. DeWolf. — General Sherman's Letters Home. 

Edited by M. A. DeWolf Howe. 
Scribner's Magazine, April-May-June, 1909. pp. — 

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Howe, Thomas H. — Adventures of an Escaped Union 

Soldier from Andersonville Prison, in 1864. 
San Francisco: H. S. Crocker & Co. 1886. 8vo. pp. 48. 

Howe, W. W. — Kinston, Whitehall and Goldsboro (North 

Carolina) Expedition, December, 1862. 
New York: W. W. Howe. 1890. i8mo. pp. 92 (XII.) 

Howe. — A Brief Historical Sketch of the "Fighting 
McCooks." Reprinted from the proceedings of the 
Scotch-Irish Society of America. 

New York: The James Ken.pster Printing Company, n. d. 4to. pp. 28. 

Howell, Helena Adelaide. — Chronicles of the One Hundred 
Fifty-first Regiment New York State Volunteer Infantry, 
1862-1865. Contributed by its Surviving Members. 
Compiled by Helena Adelaide Howell. 

(Albion, N. Y. : A. M. Eddy, Printer. 191 1.) 8vo. pp. 301 (2). 

Howell, Henry M. — Gettysburg Anniversary. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 2. Autograph letter of Author. 

Howells, William Dean. — Sketch of the life and character of 
Rutherford B. Hayes. By Wm. D. Howells. 

Cambridge: The Riverside Press. 1876. i2mo. pp. VI. 1-195. 
Autograph letter of W. D. Howells. 

Howison, Robert Reid. — Fredericksburg: Past, Present and 

Future. By Robert Reid Howison, LL. D. 
Fredericksburg, Va.: J. Willard Adams, Publisher. 1898. i2mo. pp. 80. 
New edition with supplement. 

Howland, Charles Roscoe. — War Department, Office of the 
Judge Advocate-General. A digest of opinions of the 
Judge Advocate General of the Army, 191 2. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1912. 8vo. pp. 1103. 

Hoyt, James A. — The Palmetto Riflemen, Co. B, Fourth 
Regiment S. C. Vols. Co. C, Palmetto Sharp Shooters. 
Historical sketch. An address delivered by James A. 
Hoyt, a member of the Company, on the 21st of July, 
1885, together with a roll of the Company and other 
information. 

(Greenville, S. C. 1886.) i8mo. pp. 59. Presentation copy from Author. 

393 



Hubbard, Elbert. — Get Out or Get in Line. Being a preach- 
ment by Elbert Hubbard. Done into a booklet by the 
Roycrofters at their shop which is in East Aurora, New 
York. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 9 (1). 

Hubbard, John Milton. — Notes of a Private. By John 
Milton Hubbard, Company E, 7th Tennessee Regiment, 
Forrest's Cavalry Corps, C. S. A. 

Memphis, Tennessee: Published by E. H. Clarke & Brother. 1909. 

i2mo. pp. 189. 

Hubbard, Lucius Frederick. — Minnesota in the Campaigns 
of Vicksburg, November, 1862, -July, 1863. An address 
delivered before the Minnesota Historical Society by 
General L. F. Hubbard, September 9, 1907. Report of 
the Minnesota -Vicksburg Monument Commission. 

(St. Paul, Minn. 1907.) 8vo. pp. 64. (Map.) 

Hubbard, Lucius Frederick. — Minnesota in the battles of 
Corinth, May-October, 1862. An address delivered 
before the Minnesota Historical Society, by General L. F. 
Hubbard, January 14, 1907. "Criticism" by Archbishop 
Ireland and Gen. M. D. Flower. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 29. 

Hubbard, Lucius Frederick. — Minnesota in the Red River 
Expedition, 1864, and the Campaign of Mobile, 1865. 
Papers read before the Minnesota Historical Society, by 
Gen. L. F. Hubbard, November II, 1907, and February 

10, 1908. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 48. 

Hubbard, Thomas Hamlin. — The Lost Cause. Address 
delivered before the Commandery of the State of New 
York, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United 
States, by Thomas H. Hubbard, Brevet Brigadier- 
General U. S. V., at the Regular Meeting held December 

11, 1912. 

(New York. 1913.) 8vo. pp. 13. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Hubert, Charles F. — History of the Fiftieth Regiment Illinois 
Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Union. By Charles 
F. Hubert, assisted by members of the Regiment. 

Kansas City, Mo.: Western Veteran Publishing Company. 1894. 

8vo. pp. 630. Autograph note of Author. 

394 



Hubert, Charles F. — Roster of Members Fiftieth Illinois 

Infantry. Compiled by C. F. Hubert. 
Topeka, Kansas: Western Veteran Publishing Co. 1892. 
48mo. pp. (15). 

Hudnut, James M. — Historical Roll of Company D, 8th 
Regiment New York Heavy Artillery, Originally 129th 
N. Y. Infantry. Edited by James M. Hudnut, late 
Quartermaster Sergeant. 

New York: The De Vinne Press. 1887. 8vo. pp. 17 (2). Revised edition. 

Hudson, E. M. — Der Zweite Unabhangigkeit-Krieg in America. 

Von E. M. Hudson. 
Berlin. 1862. 8vo. pp. 77. 

Hudson, E. M. — The Second War of Independence in 
America. By E. M. Hudson, Juris Utrisque Doctor, 
Fellow of the Geographical Society of Berlin, late Acting 
Secretary of Legation to the American Mission to the 
Court of Prussia. Translated by the Author from the 
Second revised and enlarged German Edition, with an 
introduction by Boiling A. Pope. 

London: Longman, Greene, Longman, Roberts & Green. 1863. 

8vo. pp. 132. Second Edition. 

Hudson, Henry Norman. — General Butler's Campaign on 

the Hudson. 
Boston: Printed by J. S. Cushing & Co. 1883. i2mo. pp. 62. 
Second edition, with appendix. 

Hudson, Henry Norman. — A Chaplain's Campaign with 

General Butler. 
New York: Printed for the Author. 1865. 8vo. pp. 66. 

Huey, Pennock. — A True History of the charge of the Eighth 
Pennsylvania Cavalry at Chancellorsville. By Pennock 
Huey, formerly Colonel of the Eighth Pennsylvania 
Cavalry, and Brevet Brigadier-General United States 
Volunteers (Commanding Second Brigade, Second 
Division Cavalry Corps, Gettysburg Campaign). 

Philadelphia: Porter & Coates. (1884.) i2mo. pp. 76. 

Complete series, newspaper notices, replies, etc., inserted. 

Huey, Pennock. — A True History of the charge of the Eighth 
Pennsylvania Cavalry at Chancellorsville. By Pennock 
Huey, formerly Colonel of the Eighth Pennsylvania 
Cavalry, and Brevet Brigadier-General United States 
Volunteers Commanding Second Brigade, Second Division 
Cavalry Corps, Gettysburg Campaign. 

Philadelphia. 1885. i2mo. pp. 79. Second edition with Addenda. 

395 



Hughes, John. — Lawrence O' Brian Branch. Oration de- 
livered at Raleigh, May, 10, 1884, by Major John Hughes, 
of New Berne, N. C. 

n. p. (1884.) 8vo. pp. 14. Presentation copy. Autograph note of Author. 

Hughes, Robert M. — Great Commanders: General Johnston. 

By Robert M. Hughes. 
New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1893. i2mo. pp. X. (2) 1-353. 
4to. Autograph Telegraph Circular of Gen. Johnston. 

Hughes, Sarah Forbes. — Letters and Recollections of John 
Murray Forbes. Edited by his daughter, Sarah Forbes 
Hughes. 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. 1899. 

8vo. Vol. I. pp. IX. (1) 1-353. Vol. II. pp. VII. (1) 1-264. 

Huidekoper, Henry Shippen. — Address at the unveiling of 
the Equestrian Statue of Major-General John F. Reynolds 
at Gettysburg, July 1, 1899. By H. S. Huidekoper. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 12. Privately printed. 

Huidekoper, Henry Shippen. — Address of General H. S. 
Huidekoper, President of the Gettysburg Battlefield 
Memorial Commission, on September 27, 1910, tendering 
to Governor Edwin S. Stuart the Memorial erected at 
Gettysburg to the Pennsylvania soldiers who fought 
there in 1863. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 1. 

Huidekoper, Henry Shippen. — A Short Story of Gettysburg 
forty years after the battle. By Gen. H. S. Huidekoper. 
Baltimore: Book of the Royal Blue, July, 1903. 8vo. pp. 21. 

Huidekoper, Henry Shippen. — A Short Story of Gettysburg. 
By Gen. H. S. Huidekoper. Bloodiest single battle of the 
War of the Rebellion and the most celebrated one in the 
world's history. A drawn contest and yet a great Union 
victory. 

Philadelphia: The Public Ledger, September 18, 1910. 8vo. pp. (12). 
Newspaper cuttings mounted. 

Huidekoper, Henry Shippen. — A Short Story of the First 
Day's Fight at Gettysburg. By H. S. Huidekoper, 
one time Colonel 150th P. V., Major-General N. G. P.* 
retired. 

Philadelphia: Bicking Print. 1906. 8vo. pp. (12). 

396 



Huidekoper, Henry Shippen. — Bird's-Eye View of the 
Battlefield of Gettysburg. Photographed from Huide- 
koper's Relief Map. Copyright, 1901, by H. S. Huide- 
koper. Area, 5x3! miles. 

Folio, pp. 2. 

Huidekoper, Henry Shippen. — Gettysburg. A lecture de- 
livered by Gen. H. S. Huidekoper, before the Society of 
Inquiry of Meadville Theological School, Monday evening, 
January 13, 1873. 

Meadville, Pa.: The Daily Republican, Jan. 18, 1873. 

8vo. pp. (25). (Mounted.) Autograph letter of Gen. Huidekoper. 

Huidekoper, Henry Shippen. — Oration by Gen. H. S. 
Huidekoper at the reunion of the Survivors of the 150th 
Regiment, Pa. Vols. ("Bucktails") at Gettysburg, Penna., 
August 13, 1894. 

n. p. "Printed by the Executive Committee for distribution." (1894.) 

8vo. pp. 8. 

Huidekoper, Henry Shippen — Howell, F. M. — Gettysburg. 
By General H. S. Huidekoper. Odd Monuments on the 
Gettysburg Battlefield. By F. M. Howell. 

Baltimore: Book of the Royal Blue, August, 1902. 4to. pp. 18. 

Hull, Augustus Longstreet. — The Campaigns of the Con- 
federate Army. By Augustus Longstreet Hull, Secre- 
tary of the University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. 

Atlanta, Ga. : Foote & Davies Company. 1901. i2mo. pp.107. 

Hull, Susan R. — Boy Soldiers of the Confederacy. Collated 

by Susan R. Hull. Illustrated with portraits. 
New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. 1905. 
8vo. pp. 256. 

Humes, Thomas William. — The Loyal Mountaineers of 
Tennessee. By Thomas William Humes, S. T. D. 

(Motto.) Knoxville, Tenn.: Ogden Brothers & Company. 1888. 
8vo. pp. 400. 

Humphrey, Willis C. — The Great Contest. A history of 
military and naval operations during the Civil War in 
the United States of America, 1 861 -1865. By Willis C. 
Humphreys, Assistant Adjutant-General Michigan. In 
one volume. 

(Motto.) Detroit: C. H. Smith & Co. 1886. 8vo. pp. XII.-691. 

397 



Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson. — Address of Maj.-Gen. A. 
A. Humphreys on the military services of the late Maj.- 
Gen. George Gordon Meade, United States Army, made 
at the Meade Memorial Meeting of the citizens of Phila- 
delphia, November 18, 1872. 

Washington, D. C: Gibson Brothers, Printers. 1872. 8vo. pp. 20. 

Presentation copy from Gen. Humphreys to Gen. Sheridan. 

Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson. — Address on Maj.-Gen. 
George Gordon Meade, United States Army, made at the 
Meade Memorial Meeting of the citizens of Philadelphia, 
November 18, 1872. 

Washington, D. C. 1872. 8vo. pp. 25. Second edition. 

Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson. — From Gettysburg to the 
Rapidan. The Army of the Potomac, July, 1863, to 
April, 1864. By Andrew A. Humphreys. 

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1883. i2mo. pp. VIII. 1-86. 

Autograph note of Gen. Humphreys and the General Orders of the War 

Department announcing his death. 

Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson. — Letter from the Chief of 
Engineers to the Secretary of War, containing a historical 
sketch of the Corps of Engineers and remarks upon its 
organization and duties in reply to the circular of Septem- 
ber 4, 1876, inviting suggestions upon the subject before 
the commission for the reform and reorganization of the 
Army. 

Washington. 1876. 8vo. pp. 43. 

Presentation copy. Autograph note of Gen. Humphreys. 

Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson. — Report of Operations of 
the Second Army Corps, from March 29, to April 9, 1865. 
(Washington.) n. d. 8vo. pp. 13. Privately printed. 

Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson. — The Pennsylvania Cam- 
paign of 1863. General Humphreys' Report, now first 
printed. 

The Historical Magazine, July, 1869. pp. 1-8. 

Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson. — The Virginia Campaign 
of '64 and '65. The Army of the Potomac and the Army 
of the James. By Andrew A. Humphreys, Brigadier- 
General, Chief of Engineers. 

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1883. I2mo. pp. X. (1) 1-451. 

Two Autograph letters of Gen. Humphreys and thirty-eight engravings, etc., 

inserted. 

398 



Humphreys, David. — Heroes and Spies of the Civil War. 

By David Humphreys, of the original Stonewall Brigade 

and later Captain of Ashby's Cavalry. 
New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. MCMIII. 
8vo. pp. 222. 

Humphreys, Henry Hollingsworth. — Major- General 
Andrew Atkinson Humphreys, United States Volunteers, 
at Fredericksburg, Va., December 13, 1862, and Farmville, 
Va., April 7, 1865. By Henry H. Humphreys. 

Chicago: Press of R. R. McCabe & Co. (1896.) 8vo. pp. 60. 

Humphreys, Henry Hollingsworth. — A Critical Examina- 
tion (in part) of Pennypacker's life of General George G. 
Meade. By Henry H. Humphreys, A. D. C. 

Tivolo, N. Y.: Frank O. Green. 1901. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Hundley, D. R. — Prison Echoes of the Great Rebellion. By 

Col. D. R. Hundley, (late of the C. S. A.) 
(Motto.) New York: S. W. Green, Printer. 1874. i2mo. pp. 235. 
Autograph note of Author. 

Hundley, D. R. — Prison Echoes of the Great Rebellion. By 

Col. D. R. Hundley (late of C. S. A.). 
New York. 1874. i2mo. pp. 235. 

Hunt, Charles H. — Abraham Lincoln der wiederhersteller der 
Nordamerikanischen Union und der grosse Kampf der 
nord und Sudstaaten wahrend der Yahre 1 861 -1865. 
Herausgegeben von Sr. Max Lange, mit 70 in den Text 
gedruchten. Illustrationen, dem Bildnisse Abraham Lin- 
. coin in Stahlstich von A. Weger, sowie acht Portraits 
hervorragender Amerikanischer Staatsm nner und Feld- 
herren, nebst einer orientirungs — Karte iiber den Kriegs- 
schauplatz der vereinigten Staaten. Drittes Tausend. 

Leipzig: Verlag von Otto Spainer. 1866. 8vo. pp. IX. 1-260. (Map.) 

Hunt, Henry Jackson. — Letter to Gen. A. S. Webb, Jan. 
12, 1888. 

l2mo. pp. 2. 

Hunt, Henry Jackson. — Report of Light Battery "M," 
Second Artillery U. S. A., under command of Major 
Henry J. Hunt, Battle of Bull Run, July 21, 1861. 

(Washington. 1861.) 8vo. pp. 4. 50 copies printed. 

Presentation copy. Autograph note of Maj.-Gen. Hunt. 

399 



Hunt, Robert Henry. — "General Orders No. ii." By 
Lieut. -Col. R. H. Hunt, 15th Kansas Cavalry. Kansas 
Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion 
of the United States. February, 1908. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Hunt, Samuel F. — Oration of Hon. Samuel F. Hunt on the 
unveiling of the Monument to the Soldiers and Sailors of 
Hancock County, who fell in the War for the Union. 
Findlay, O., July 6, 1875. 

(Motto.) n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 19. 

Hunter, Alexander. — John Reb and Billy Yank. By 

Alexander Hunter. Illustrated by Harved Macdonald and 

R. O. Tolman. 
New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. 1905. 
8vo. pp. 720. 

Hunter, Alfred G. — History of the Eighty-second Indiana 
Volunteer Infantry, its organization, campaigns and 
battles. Written at the request of the members. By 
Alf. G. Hunter, late Adjutant. 

Indianapolis: Wm. B. Burford, Printer. 1893. i2mo. pp. 255. 

Hunter, David. — Report of the Military Services of Gen. 
David Hunter, U. S. A., during the War of the Rebellion, 
made to the U. S. War Department. 1873. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1873. i2mo. pp. 55. 
Autograph letter of Gen. Hunter. 

Hunter, David — Foster, John Gray — Naglee, Henry 
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Hunter, Moses Hoge. — Report of the Military Services of 
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New York. (1873.) 1892. 8vo. pp. 52. Second edition. 

Huntington, Elijah Baldwin. — Stamford (Conn.) Soldiers 
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Prince de Joinville. Translated from the French with 
notes, by William Henry Hurlbert. 

New York: Anson D. F. Randolph. 1863. 8vo. pp. 118. Map. 

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the States. By Ethel Alice Hum, B. A. 
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Hussey. Editor William Todd. 

New York: Published under the auspices of Veterans of the Regiment. 1889. 

8vo. pp. 737. 

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1893. 

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Hutchins, E. R. — The War of the Sixties. Compiled by 
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Hutchinson, Gustavus B. — A Narrative of the formation 
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History of the Corn Exchange Regiment, 11 8th Pennsylvania 
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Ry. 8vo. pp. XVI. 1-746. 

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Philadelphia. April 19, 1880. 8vo. pp. 68. 

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History of the First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry, Illus- 
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l2mo. pp. VIII. 1-409 1-66. 

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mittee of Twenty; an "In Memoriam" by Henry Cleve- 
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Honor to the Departed. Public expression of regard for the 
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By the Patriot Daughters of Lancaster. 
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Hospital Transports. A Memoir of the embarkation of the 
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Summer of 1862. Compiled and published at the request 
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Boston: Ticknor & Fields. 1863. i2mo. pp. XIV.-167. 

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How Bull Run Battle Was Lost. The Ball's Bluff Massacre. 

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How the Siege of Washington was Raised. 

Boston: From the Daily Advertiser, May 2, 1863. i2mo. pp. IX. 

How McClellan Took Manasses. 

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Human Documents, Portraits and Biographies of eminent men. 

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Boyeson, Gen. Horace Porter, Hamlin Garland, Robert 

Barr and others. With 275 illustrations. 
New York: S. S. McClure, Limited. 1895. 8vo. pp. 248. 

Hymns for the Camp. 

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Springs, at the Funeral of Lieut. William Horton, of Co. I, 
1 6th Conn. Regt. Volunteers, who was killed at the Battle 
of Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862. By Rev. A. W. Ide, Pastor of 
the Cong. Church, Stafford Springs. 

Holliston, Mass.: E. G. Plimpton, Printer. 1862. 8vo. pp. — 

Imboden, John D. — Lee and Jackson. 

The Galaxy, Nov., 1871. pp. — Autograph letter of Gen. Imboden. 
Imboden, John D. — Lee at Gettysburg. 

The Galaxy, April, 1861. pp. — 

Ingersoll, Lurton Dunham. — A History of the War Depart- 
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Washington, D. C: Francis B. Mohun. 1879. 8vo. pp. XIII. -613. 

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Ingersoll, Lurton Dunham. — Iowa and the Rebellion. A 
history of the troops furnished by the State of Iowa to the 
Volunteer Armies of the Union which conquered the great 
Southern Rebellion of 1 86 1-5. 

Philadelphia. 1866. 8vo. pp. 743. 

Irby, Richard. — Historical Sketch of the Nottoway Grays, 
Afterwards Company G., Eighteenth Virginia Regiment. 
Army of the Northern Virginia. By Richard Irby, 
Captain of the Company, 1862-63. 

Richmond: J. W. Ferguson & Son. 1878. 8vo. pp.48. 

Autograph letter of Captain Irby. 

Iredell, James J. — Brief Sketch of the Second Battalion 

N. C. T. (53d N. C. Infantry.) 
Our Living and Our Dead. pp. (6). 

Isham, Asa Brainerd. — The Michigan Cavalry Brigade. 
(Remarks of A. B. Isham, formerly First Lieutenant of 
Company "F," Seventh Michigan Volunteer Cavalry, 
at the campfire in Detroit, at the Annual Reunion of the 
Michigan Cavalry Brigade, September 19, 191 1.) 

Ionia (Mich.) : The Sentinel, n. d. Broadside. 

Irwin, Richard Bache. — History of the Nineteenth Army 
Corps. By Richard B. Irwin, formerly Lieutenant- 
Colonel U. S. Volunteers, Assistant Adjutant-General of 
the Corps and of the Department of the Gulf. 

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1893. 8vo. pp. 528. 

Autograph order of 1862 of Author. Autograph letter of Author. 

Isham, Asa Brainerd. — An Historical Sketch of the Seventh 
Regiment Michigan Volunteer Cavalry, from its organiza- 
tion in 1862, to its muster out in 1865. By Asa B. Isham, 
late First Lieutenant Company "F," Historian of the 
Regiment. 

New York: Town Topics Publishing Company. (1894.) 8vo. pp. 118. 

Autograph note of Author. 

Isham, Asa Brainerd. — Care of Prisoners of War, North 
and South. A paper read before the Ohio Commandery 
of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United 
States, October 5, 1887. By A. B. Isham, late 1st 
Lieutenant Co. F, 7th Michigan Cavalry Volunteers, and 
for seven months a prisoner of War in Rebel prisons. 

Cincinnati: H. C. Sherick & Co. 1887. 8vo. pp. 205-233. 

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Isham, Asa Brainerd. — Through the Wilderness to Rich- 
mond. A paper read before the Ohio Commandery of 
the Loyal Legion of the United States, September 3, 
1884, by Companion Asa B. Isham, late First Lieutenant 
Company F, 7th Michigan Volunteer Cavalry. 

Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson. 1884. 8vo. pp. 18. 

Isham, Asa Brainerd — Davidson, Henry M. — Furness, 
Henry B. — Prisoners of War and Military Prisons. 
Personal narratives of experience in the prisons at Rich- 
mond, Danville, Macon, Andersonville, Savannah, Millen, 
Charleston and Columbia, with a general account of 
prison life and prisons in the South during the War of the 
Rebellion, including statistical information pertaining to 
prisoners of war; together with a list of officers who were 
prisoners of war from January 1, 1864. By Asa B. Isham, 
Henry M. Davidson and Henry B. Furness. 

Cincinnati: Lyman & Cushing. 1890. 8vo. pp. XII. 1-571. 

Autograph note of Dr. Isham. 

Illinois at Vicksburg. Published under authority of an Act 
of the Forty-fifth General Assembly, by the Illinois- 
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Illinois. Reports. 

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Illinois. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of 
Illinois. Revised by Brigadier-General J. W. Vance, 
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Springfield, Illinois: H. W. Rokker, State Printer. 1886. 

Vol. I. Containing reports for the year 1861-66. pp. XII. 1-705. Vol. II. 

pp. 715. Vol. III. pp. 720. Vol. IV. pp. 680. Vol. V. pp. 694. Vol. VI. 

pp. 616. Vol. VII. pp. 692. Vol. VIII. pp. 852. 

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February 1, 1864. Springfield. 1864. pp. 12. 

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4. Annual Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Illinois. 
Vol. I., containing reports for the years 1865 and 1866. pp. VII. 
694. Vol. II. 1861-1866. pp. VI. 3-741. Vol. III. pp. 708. 
Vol. IV. pp. 717. Vol. V. pp. 689. Vol. VI. pp. 698. Vol. VII. 
pp. 698. Vol. VIII. pp. 736. IV. 
8vo. 9 Vols. 

Illinois Monuments at Gettysburg. Commissioners John 

L. Beveridge, David B. Vaughan, Joseph B. Greenhut. 
1 891. 

Springfield, Illinois: H. W. Rokker. 1892. 8vo. pp. 37. 

Illustrated Life, Campaigns, and Public Services of Lieut. - 
General Grant, the hero of Fort Donelson, Vicksburg, 
Chattanooga, Petersburg and Richmond; also captor of 
General Lee's, General Johnston's and other Rebel Armies. 
With a full history of his life, campaigns and battles and 
his orders, reports and correspondence with the War 
Department and the President in relation to them, from 
the time he first took the field in this War until the present 
time. With a portrait of General Grant, and other 
illustrative engravings of the Battle of Fort Donelson, 
Battle of Chattanooga, General Lee's Surrender to General 
Grant; the Union Army entering Richmond, etc. 

Philadelphia. 1865. i2mo. pp. 66. 

In and About Vicksburg. An illustrated guide book to the 
City of Vicksburg, Mississippi. Its history; its appear- 
ance; its business houses. To which is added a descrip- 
tion of the resources and progress of the State of Missis- 
sippi, as an inviting field for immigration and capital. 

Vicksburg, Miss.: The Gibraltar Publishing Co. 1890. 8vo. pp. 271. 

Inauguration Proceedings of the Lyon Monument Association 
of the State of Missouri, had in the hall of the House of 
Representatives at Jefferson City, Jan. 11, 1866, with a 
synopsis of the proceedings preliminary thereto. Pre- 
pared and published by the Secretary of the Association, 
under the direction of the Executive Committee. 

St. Louis: R. P. Studley & Co., Printers. 1866. 8vo. pp. 53 (III.) 

Presentation copy to Gen. Meade. 

Incidents of American Camp Life, being events which have 

actually transpired during the present Rebellion. 
New York: T. R. Dawley. (1862.) i2mo. pp. 72. 

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Incidents of American Camp Life, being events which have 

actually transpired during the present Rebellion. 
New York: Hurst & Co., Publishers. 1866. i2mo. pp. VI. 7-104. 

In Commemoration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the 
Birth of Hannibal Hamlin, Paris, Maine, August 27, 
1909, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United 
States, Commandery of the State of Maine. 

Portland, Maine: Lefavor-Tower Conipany. 1909. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Independence Guard. Dedication of the New Armory 12th 
Regt. Infantry, N. G. S. N. Y,. Thursday, April 21, 1887. 
The Twenty-sixth Anniversary of the Departure of the 
Regiment for the Seat of War. 1847. 1861. 1887. 

(New York. 1887.) Ry. 8vo. pp. 54. 

(A history of the Regiment and each Co. comprising.) 

Index of Names of Places Mentioned in Volumes 1 to 15, 

Inclusive, Official Records of the War of the Rebellion. 
(Washington, D. C: War Records Office.) 8vo. pp. 86. 50 copies printed. 

Indiana. Reports of the Board of Commissioners of the State 
Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument. 

1. First Biennial Report. June 28, 1887, to Dec. 31, 1888. pp. 
40 (2). 

2. Second Annual Report. 1889. pp. 40. 

3. Third Annual Report. 1890. pp. 15. 

4. Biennial Report. October 31, 1890, to October 31, 1892. pp. 

47- 

5. Biennial Report. November 1, 1892, to October 31, 1894, 
inclusive. 

Indianapolis. 1887. 4to. 5 vols. 

Indiana. Reports. 

1. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Indiana. India- 
napolis. 1863. pp. 342 (1). 

2. Report of Laz. Noble, from Jan. 1, 1863, to Nov. 12, 1864. 
Indianapolis. 1865. pp. 33. 

3. Report of the Adjutant-General. Vol. I., containing Indiana in 
the War of the Rebellion, and statistics and documents. India- 
napolis. 1869. pp. XVIII. (1) 1-466 1-372. Vol. II. 1861-65. 
Containing Roster. Indianapolis. 1865. pp. XX. 1-691. Vol. 
III. Indianapolis. 1866. pp. XXIII. 1-687. Vol. IV. Indian- 
apolis. 1866. pp. (4) 1-680. Vol. V. Indianapolis. 1866. 
pp. (4) 1-698. Vol. VI. Indianapolis. (4) 1-699. Vol. VII. 
Indianapolis. 1867. pp. IV. 1-781. Vol. VIII. Indianapolis. 
1868. pp. VIII. 1-831. 



9 Vols. 



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Indiana. The Soldier of Indiana in the War for the Union. 
(Motto.) Indianapolis: Merrill & Company. 1866 and 1869. 
8vo. Vol. I. pp. VI. 1-690. Vol. II. pp. (2) 1-815. 

Information for Army Meetings U. S. Christian Commission, 
August, 1864, to March, 1865, inclusive. 8 Nos. (Complete.) 
Philadelphia. 1864-65. i6mo. pp. — 

In Memoriam. Thomas J. Ashton, died February 21, 1882. 
(Philadelphia. 1882.) i2mo. pp. 36. 

In Memoriam, Major-General George Cadwalader, late President 
of the Mutual Assurance Company. Died Feb. 3, 1879. 
(Philadelphia. 1879.) Sm. 4to. pp. (14). Privately printed. 

In Memoriam, Charles L. Chandler. 

(Cambridge: Printed by Welch, Bigelow & Company.) n. d. i2mo. pp.40. 

In Memoriam, James M. Comly. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. — Privately printed. 

In Memoriam, Charles Ewing. By his youngest Corporal 

"Non Ommis Moriar." 
Philadelphia: Press of J. B. Lippincott Company. 1888. 8vo. pp. 123. 

In Memoriam, Samuel S. Fisher. 

Cincinnati. 1894. 8vo. pp. — 

In Memoriam, George Sears Greene, Brevet Major-General 
United States Volunteers, 1801-1899. Published by 
Authority of the State of New York under the super- 
vision.of the New York Monuments' Commission. 

Albany: J. B. Lyon Company, State Printers. 1909. 4to. pp. 107. 

Presentation copy from Major-General Daniel E. Sickles. 

In Memoriam, Major-General Winfield Scott Hancock, United 
States Army. Collected by John P. Nicholson. 

Philadelphia. 1886. 4to. 3 Vols. pp. 350. (Mounted.) 
A collection of newspapers, etc., from Maine to Texas, giving the details of the 
General's death, etc., with portraits, autograph letters, etc. Unique col- 
lection, with printed title pages. 

In Memoriam, Maj.-Gen. George L. Hartsuff, Class of 1862, 

died May 16, 1874, in New York City. Aged 44 years. 
Norwood, Mass. 1875. i2mo. pp. — 

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In Memoriam, William Harrison Lambert, May, 1842,-June, 
1912. First President of the Lincoln Fellowship. Edited 
by the First Vice-President. 

New York: Publications of the Lincoln Fellowship. December, 1912. 

8vo. pp. 36 (3). 250 copies printed. No. 4. 

In Memoriam, Major William Harrison Lambert, 1842-1912. 

(A collection of Tributes to his Memory.) 
(Philadelphia. 1912-1913.) 4to. pp 51. 

In Memoriam, Samuel Brown Wylie Mitchell, M. D. 
(Philadelphia. 1879.) 8vo. pp. 12. 

In Memoriam, Charles Redington Mudge, Lieut.-Col. Second 
Mass. Infantry. Born in New York City, October 22, 
1839. Killed at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863. 

(Motto.) Cambridge. 1863. 8vo. pp. 32. Privately printed. 

In Memoriam, The Reverend Henry Christopher McCook. 
Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society, December, 191 1. pp. 150. 

In Memoriam, Emerson Opdycke. 

(Cincinnati. 1885.) 8vo. pp. 10. 

In Memoriam, William Houston Patterson, 1832-1904. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 17 (1). 

In Memoriam, Gen. A. L. Pearson, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. — 

In Memoriam, William Gifford Pierce, Nov. 27, 1816,-Sept. 

30, 1887. 
Printed for Friends. 1887. 8vo. pp. 18. 

In Memoriam, Henry Warner Slocum, 1 826-1 894. Published 
by Authority of the State of New York, under the super- 
vision of the New York Monument Commission. 

Albany: J. B. Lyon Company, Printers. 1904. 4to. pp. 325. 

In Memoriam, Major-General Lew Wallace. The Soldier, Capt. 
William A. Ketcham. The Writer, Meredith Nicholson. 
The Diplomat, Chaplain Daniel R. Lucas. The Citizen, 
Rev. Dr. Wm. P. Kane. May 5, 1905. Published by 
Order of the Commandery State of Indiana. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 33. 

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In Memoriam, Gen. William Wells. Died April 29, 1892. 
(Burlington, Vt. 1892.) 4to. pp. 29. 

In Memoriam. Letters of William Wheeler, of the Class of 

1855, Y. C. 
Riverside, Cambridge: Printed by H. 0. Houghton & Company. 1875. 
8vo. pp. V. 1-468. Printed for private distribution. 

In Memoriam. The Dead of the Otey Battery, of the Thirteenth 
Battalion, Virginia Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia, 
C. S. A. Published by the Committee. 

Richmond, Va. 1887. 4to. pp. 22. 

In Memoriam 1 801 -1883. The Confederate Survivors Associa- 
tion to their late Comrade, Lewis Desaursure Ford, M. D., 
LL. D., Surgeon in the Army of the Confederate States. 

Augusta, Ga.: Chronicle Steam Presses. 1884. 8vo. pp. 8. 

In Memoriam. The Seventy-fifth General Assembly of Ohio. 
In loving tribute to the memory of William McKinley, 
of Ohio, Soldier, Congressman, Governor, and President 
of the United States of America. In the Hall of the House 
of Representatives, Wednesday, January 29, 1902. 

Columbus: Press of Fred. J. Heer, State Printer. 1902. 4to. pp. 85. 

In Memory of Lieut.-Col. Chas. Malone Betts, 15th Penna. 

Vol. Cav. Died November 10, 1905. 
(Philadelphia.) n. d. 4to. pp. (6). 

In Memory of Nathaniel Michler. Born September 13, 1827. 

Died July 17, 1881. 
n. p. n. d. Sm. 4to. pp. 13 (4). 

In Memory of Capt. Jonathan Smith Slaymaker, who was killed 
in the moment of victory, at the capture of Fort Donelson, 
February 14, 1862. Aged 27 years. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. 4to. sheet. 

In Memory of William Potter Wilson. (Portrait.) 
(Philadelphia. 1887.) 4to. pp. 39. Privately printed. 

In Piam Memoriam. The Notre Dame Scholastic. (The 

Very Rev. W. Corby, C. S. C.) (Memorial Number.) 
Notre Dame, Indiana. January 15, 1898. 4to. pp. 245-276. 

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Instructions for Making Muster Rolls; Mustering into Service; 

Periodical Payments; and for Discharge from Service of 

Volunteers or Militia. 
Washington: C. Alexander, Printer. 1848. i2mo. pp. 38. 
(Perhaps this volume is unique. At the outbreak of the Spanish-American 
war no other copy was known and the orders for mustering into service were 
based upon these instructions as of 1861-65.) 

Instructions for Field Artillery. Prepared by a Board of 

Artillery Officers. 
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. i860. i2mo. pp. 384. (88 plates.) 

Instructions for making quarterly returns of Ordnance and 
Ordnance Stores as prescribed by the General Regulations 
of the Army, including directions respecting the evidence 
required in settling the ordnance property accounts of 
officers leaving the service, Prepared at the Ordnance 
Bureau for the use of officers accountable for such property. 

Washington. 1863. 8vo. pp. — Field Copy 28th Regt. P. V. 

In the Matter of Francis H. Shaw, late Captain of Co. C, 
55th Regiment of Illinois Infantry Volunteers. A copy 
of the proceedings of the First Reunion of the 55th Illinois 
Regiment, Infantry Volunteers, held at Canton, Illinois, 
on October 30 and 31, 1884. 

1 . Copy of Resolutions passed at the Reunion of the 55th Regiment 
Illinois Infantry, at Canton, Illinois, October 30 and 31, 1884. 

2. Petition of the Survivors of the 55th Regiment, Illinois Infantry, 
to Congress. 

3. Copy of Petition of Fifty Officers, filed at Time of Dismissal of 
Captain Shaw. 

4. Copy of Affidavit of Captain Shaw and Captain H. S. Nourse. 

5. Copy of Affidavit of Captain Robert Oliver. 

n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 15. Autograph note of Capt. Shaw. 

Iowa. Reports of the Adjt.-General and Acting Quartermaster- 
General. 

1. Dec. 31, 1861. pp. 494. (Errata 1.) 

2. Jan. 1, 1863. Vol. I. pp. XXVII. 1-1080. Vol. II. pp. 910. 

3. To Jan. 11, 1864. pp. 799. 

4. To Jan. 1, 1865. pp. XX. 1-1502. 

5. To Jan. 1, 1866. pp. XX. 1-536. (Errata Slip.) 

6. Jan. 1, 1867. Vol. I. pp. XIX. 1-795. Vol. II. pp. 695. 

7. To Jan. 14, 1868. pp. 113 (1). 
Des Moines. 8vo. 9 Vols. 

Iowa Soldiers. Roster of Ex-Soldiers residing in Kansas. 
(Topeka, Kansas.) n. d. 8vo. pp. (40). 

419 



Jackman, Lyman — Hadley, Amos. — History of the Sixth 
New Hampshire Regiment in the War for the Union. 
Captain Lyman Jackson, Historian, Amos Hadley, Ph. D., 
Editor. 

Concord, N. H.: Republican Press Association. 1891. 

8vo. pp. VI. (1) 1-630. 

Jackson, Andrew. — Life of General Grant. This book is 
the people's guide. Written and gotten up by the old 
war horse of the Mexican War and the late Rebellion, 
Doctor Jackson. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 1868. 8vo. pp. — 

Jackson, Frederick — Haines, Zenas T. — Reed, William G. 

— Il Recruitio. A comic opera, as originally produced 
by members of the Forty-fourth Regiment, in barracks 
at Newbern, N. C, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 
evenings, March 11, 12 and 13, 1863, before Major-General 
Foster, his family and Staff. Words by Frederick Jackson, 
Zenas T. Haines, and William G. Reed. Music arranged 
by Charles C. Chickering. 
n. p. n. d. pp. — 

Jackson, H. W. R. — Confederate Monitor and Patriots' 
Friend, containing sketches of numerous important and 
thrilling events of the present Revolution, together with 
several interesting chapters of history concerning Gen. 
Stonewall Jackson, Gen. Morgan and other great men of a 
new nation. Her armor and her salvation. By H. W. R. 
Jackson, Aiken, South Carolina. 

(Motto.) Atlanta, Georgia: Franklin Steam Printing House. 1862. 

l2mo. pp. 120. 

Jackson, H. W. R. — The Southern Women of the Second 
American Revolution, their trials, etc. Yankee barbarity. 
Illustrated. Our Naval victories, and exploits of the 
Confederate War Steamers ; capture of Yankee Gunboats, 
etc. By H. W. R. Jackson. 

Atlanta, Georgia: Intelligencer Steam Power Press. 1893. 8vo. pp. 120(2). 

Jackson, James W.-^Life of James W. Jackson. The 
Alexandria Hero ; the slayer of Ellsworth ; the first martyr 
in the cause of Southern independence; containing a full 
account of the circumstances of his heroic death, and the 
many remarkable incidents in his eventful life, constituting 
a true history, more like romance than reality. Published 
for the benefit of his family. 

Richmond: West & Johnston. 1862. 8vo. pp. 48. 

420 



Jackson, Mary Anna. — Life and Letters of General Thomas 
J. Jackson (Stonewall Jackson). By his wife, Mary Anna 
Jackson. With an introduction by Henry M. Field, 
D. D. Illustrated. 

New York: Harper & Brothers. 1892. 8vo. pp. 479. 

Jacobi, G. — The Rifled Batteries of the Americans at the 
siege of Charleston, from 1863-65, their use, effect and 
durability, with a criticism of the attack and defence. 
By C. Jacobi, Captain Royal Prussian Artillery. 

Berlin. 1866. 8vo. pp. 84 (1). Maps and plans 3. 

Jacobs, B. H. — Union and Confederate War Relics of 
every description, from Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, 
Salem Church, Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court House, 
and from all the battlefields around this section. Owned 
and collected by B. H. Jacobs, Fredericksburg, Va. 

Fredericksburg, Va.: R. A. Kishpaugh Print, n. d. i2mo. pp. 8 (1). 

Jacobs, Michael. — Notes on the Rebel Invasion of Maryland 
and Pennsylvania and the Battle of Gettysburg, July 
1, 2 and 3, 1863, accompanied by an explanatory map. 
By M. Jacobs. 

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1864. i2mo. pp. 47. 
Newspaper cuttings and reviews inserted. 

Jacobs, Michael. — Notes on the Rebel Invasion of Maryland 
and Pennsylvania and the Battle of Gettysburg, July 
1, 2 and 3, 1863, accompanied by an explanatory map. 
By M. Jacobs. 

Gettysburg: "Star and Sentinel," Printer. 1884. i6mo. pp. 43 (7). 
(Fourth edition revised.) 

Jacobs, Michael. — Notes on the Rebel Invasion of Maryland 
and Pennsylvania and the Battle of Gettysburg, July 
1, 2 and 3, 1863. By M. Jacobs, late Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Chemistry in Pennsylvania College, Gettys- 
burg. 

Gettysburg, Pa.: The Times Printing House. 1909. 8vo. pp. 40 (2). 
(Seventh edition, revised and enlarged.) 

James, Bushrod Washington. — Echoes of Battle. By 

Bushrod Washington James. 
Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates & Co. 1895. i2mo. pp. 222. 

421 



James, Francis Bakewell. — McCook's Brigade at the Assault 
upon Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia, June 27, 1864. By 
F. B. James, late Captain Fifty-second Ohio Volunteer 
Infantry, and Brevet Major United States Volunteers. 

n. p. (1896.) 8vo. pp. 23. Autograph note of Author. 

James, George Francis. — The Logan Monument Memorial. 

Edited for the Commission by George Francis James. 
Chicago: The University Press. 1898. 8vo. pp. 135. 

James, Hartwell. — Military Heroes of the United States 
from Lexington to Santiago. By Hartwell James, with 
ninety-four illustrations. 

Philadelphia: Henry Altemus Company, n. d. i2mo. pp. i-V. 218. 

James, Horace. — The Two Great Wars of America. An 
oration delivered in Newbern, North Carolina, before 
the Twenty-fifth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, 
July 4, 1862. 

Boston: W. F. Brown & Co. 1862. 8vo. pp. 30. 

Jameson, Ephraim Orcutt. — The Military History of 
Medway, Mass., 1745-1885. Containing the names of 
the inhabitants, soldiers in the French and Indian Wars; 
the Continental Soldiers and Minute-men in the War of 
the Revolution; a mention of the War of 1812; the Doings 
of the Town in the support of the War for the Union; a 
record with Biographical Sketches of the Union Soldiers, 
and Portraits of Washington, Lincoln, and Grant, with 
other illustrations. 

(Providence, R. I. 1886.) 8vo. pp. no (1). 
Autograph note of Author. 

Janes, Henry Warner. — Letter to the honorable chairman of 
military committee of the Senate and House of Repre- 
sentatives of the United States explanatory of the military 
record of Bvt. Lieut.-Col. Henry W. Janes, Major U. S. A. 
(retired), what he therein states was done to him and 
what he desires done for him now before those committees. 

Baltimore, Md. March 15, 1880. 8vo. pp. 27 (1). 

Janvier, Francis De Haes. — The Sleeping Sentinel. By 

Francis De Haes Janvier. 
Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson & Brothers. 1863. i2mo. pp. 19. 

422 



Jaques, John W. — Three Years' Campaign of the Ninth 

N. Y. S. M. during the Southern Rebellion. 
New York. 1865. i2mo. pp. 199. 2. 47. 1. 
Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Jaques, James F. — Address to the 73rd Regiment Illinois 
Volunteer Infantry. By Colonel James F. Jaques at a 
reunion held in Springfield, Illinois, October 8-10, 1890. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 42. 

Jaques, James F. — Col. Jaques's Visit to Richmond, Va., 
July, 1864. Its part in the Presidential Campaign of 
that year. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 533"5 62 - 

Jardine, Edward. — Three Days Reign of Terror, or the 

July riots in 1863, in New York. 
Harper's Magazine, January, 1867. pp. 24. Autograph note of Author. 

Jay, John. — State of New York, No. 82. In Senate, April 
7, 1868. Communication from the Governor transmitting 
a Report of Mr. John Jay, Special Commissioner appointed 
to represent New York State in the Board of Managers 
of the National Cemetery at Antietam. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 42. 

Jeffrey, William H. — Richmond Prisons, 1861-1862. Com- 
piled from the original records kept by the Confederate 
Government; journals kept by Union prisoners of war, 
together with name, rank, company, regiment and State 
of the four thousand who were confined there. By 
William H. Jeffrey. Illustrated. 

St. Johnsbury: The Republican Press. (1893.) 8vo. pp. 271. 

Jenifer, W. H. — Official Report, Battle of Balls Bluff. 

Southern Review, Oct., 1869. pp. 470-476. 

Jenkins, Luke Edwards. — First Regiment of Infantry 
Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, Colonel Robert Cowdin 
Commanding, in service of the United States, in answer 
to the President's First Call for Troops to suppress the 
Rebellion, April 15, 1861. Compiled from original papers 
in the Adjutant-General and Auditor's Offices of the 
Commonwealth. 

Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Company. 1903. 8vo. pp. 50. 

423 



Jenkins, Thomas E. — Book of the Royal Blue. * * The 

Battle of Gettysburg. By Thomas E. Jenkins. 
Baltimore, July, 1899. Vol. II., No. 10. 8vo. pp. (9-19). 

Jenkins, Thomas E. — Gettysburg in War and in Peace. 
A brief review of interesting historical facts and incidents 
relative to the famous three-days fight so appropriately 
designated "The Greatest Battle of Modern Times." 
How to reach the Battlefield. The Gettysburg Short 
Line, from the West, South and Southwest. Compiled 
by Thomas E. Jenkins. 

Baltimore, Md.: Passenger Department of the Western Maryland Railroad. 

n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. 1-104. 

Jenkins, Thomas E. — Gettysburg in War and in Peace. 
A brief review of interesting historical facts and incidents 
relative to the famous three-days fight so appropriately 
designated "The Greatest Battle of Modern Times." 
How to reach the Battlefield from the North, East, South 
and West. The Gettysburg Short Line. Compiled by 
Thomas E. Jenkins. 

Baltimore, Md.: Passenger Department of the Western Maryland Railroad, 
n. d. 8vo. pp. 155. Second Souvenir edition. 

Jennings, Janet. — The Blue and the Gray. By Janet 
Jennings, Author of "Abraham Lincoln, the Greatest 
American." 

Madison, Wis.: Cantwell Printing Company. (1910.) 48mo. pp. 205. 

Joel, Joseph A. — Stegman, Lewis R. — Rifle Shots and 
Bugle Notes, or the National Military Album, or 
sketches of the principal battles, marches, picket duty, 
camp fires, love adventures, and poems connected with the 
late war. By Joseph A. Joel, late of the Twenth-third 
Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry, and Lewis R. Stegman, 
late of the One Hundred and Second New York Volunteers, 
and the First United States Veteran Volunteers. Illus- 
trations by Darley, Leslie, and other well known artists. 

New York: Grand Army Gazette Publishing Co. 1884. 

Rvo. pp. IX. 564. 

Johns, George S. — Philip Henson: The Southern Union Spy. 

The hitherto unwritten record of a hero of the War of the 

Rebellion. By George S. Johns. 
(Extracts.) St. Louis: Nixon-Jones Printing Co. n. d. l2mo. pp. 97. 

424 



Johns, Henry T. — Life with the Forty-ninth Massachu- 
setts Volunteers. By Henry T. Johns, late Private 
Co. C, Forty-ninth Mass. Vols. 

Washington, D. C. 1890. i2mo. pp. 435. 

Johns, Henry T. — Life with the 49TH Massachusetts 

Volunteers. (Illustrated.) 
Pittsfield, Mass.: For the Author. 1864. i2mo. pp. 391. 

Johns, John. — Wilmington During the Blockade. 

Harper's Magazine, September, 1866. pp. — 

Johnson, Alfred Bainbridge. — The Seventh Regiment of 
Infantry. By Lieutenant A. B. Johnson, 7th U. S. 
Infantry. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, July, 1894. pp. 896-908. 

Johnson, Andrew. — Message from the President of the 
United States in answer to a resolution of the House of 
the 23d of June last, relative to rebel General Pickett. 

House of Representatives. Ex. Document No. 11, 3d Congress, 2d Session. 

Dec. 11, 1866. 8vo. pp. 9. 

Johnson, Bradley Tyler. — Address before the Association of 
Confederate Soldiers and Sailors of Maryland, June 10, 

1874. 
Baltimore. 1874. 8vo. pp. — 
Autograph letter of Gen. Johnson, C. S. A. 

Johnson, Bradley Tyler. — A Memoir of the Life and Public 
Service of Joseph E. Johnston, once the Quartermaster- 
General of the Army of the United States, and a General 
in the Army of the Confederate States of America. Edited 
by Bradley T. Johnson, formerly a Soldier in the Army of 
Northern Virginia. Illustrated. 

(Motto.) Baltimore: R. H. Woodward & Company. 1891. 

i2mo. pp. VIII. 1-362. Autograph letter of Gen. Jos. E. Johnston. 

Johnson, Bradley Tyler. — The Cause of the Confederate 
States. Address by Gen. Bradley T. Johnson, delivered 
before the Society of the Army and Navy of the Con- 
federate States, in the State of Maryland and the Associa- 
tion of the Maryland Line, at Maryland Hall, Baltimore, 
Md., November 16, 1886. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. 

425 



Johnson, Bradley Tyler. — The First Maryland Campaign. 
An address by Brig.-Gen. Bradley T. Johnson, delivered 
February 22, 1886, at the Fourth Annual Reunion of the 
Association of the Maryland Line, at Oratorio Hall, 
Baltimore, Md. Printed by order of the Association of 
the Maryland Line. 

Baltimore. 1886. 8vo. pp. 41. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Johnson, Bradley Tyler. — The Constitution of the Con- 
federate States, Montgomery, 1861. Address by Gen. 
Bradley T. Johnson, delivered June 10, 1891, at the 
dedication of the Confederate Monument at Fredericks- 
burg, Va. 

Baltimore, Md.: Press of Wilson H. Mules & Co. 1881. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Johnson, E. A. — The Hero of Medfield. Containing the 
Journals and Letters of Allen Alonzo Kingsbury, of 
Medfield, member of Co. H, Chelsea Volunteers, Mass. 
1st Reg., who was killed by the rebels near Yorktown, 
April 26, 1862, also notice of the other three soldiers 
belonging to the same company killed at the same time; 
funeral services at Chelsea and Medfield. Historic and 
poetic account of Medfield, etc. 

Boston: John M. Hewes, Printer. 1862. i2mo. pp. 144. 

Johnson, Hannibal Augustus. — The Sword of Honor. A 
story of the Civil War. By Lieut. H. A. Johnson, Third 
Maine Regt. N. V. M. 

(Motto.) Worcester, Mass. : The Blanchard Press. (1906.) i2mo. pp.103. 
Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Johnson, Hannibal Augustus. — The Sword of Honor. A 
story of the Civil War. By Lieut. H. A. Johnson, Third 
Maine Regiment N. V. M. 

(Motto.) Hallowell, Maine: Register Printing House. 1906. 
i6mo. pp. 96 (1). 

Johnson, Hannibal Augustus. — The Sword of Honor. 
From captivity to freedom. By Hannibal A. Johnson, 
(Lieutenant Third Maine Infantry). 

Providence: Published by the Society. Snow & Farnham, Printers. 1903. 
Sm. 4to. pp. 72. " Edition limited to 250 copies." 

426 



Johnson, John. — The Defence of Charleston Harbor, 
including Fort Sumter, and the Adjacent Islands, 1863- 
1865. By John Johnson, formerly Major of Engineers in 
the Service of the Confederate States. With original 
papers in appendix, full official reports, maps and illus- 
trations. 

Charleston, S. C: Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co., Publishers. 1890. 

8vo. pp. 276 i-CLXXV. 

Johnson, J. A. — History of the Scandinavian Regiment, 15th 
Wisconsin Regiment. A short history of its organization 
and the battles in which it took part. „ Compiled by J. A. 
Johnson. 

La Crosse, Wisconsin. 1869. 8vo. pp. 134 (27). 

Johnson, J. H. — Citizens' Welcome. By J. H. Johnson. 
Delivered at the opening of the Fourth Annual Reunion 
of the Society of the Army of West Virginia, held at 
Parkersburg, W. Va., September 22 and 23, 1880. 

Press of Winchester & Co. n. d. i6mo. pp. 16. 

Johnson, John Lipscombe. — The University: Memorial 
Biographical Sketches of Alumni of the University of 
Virginia, who fell in the Confederate War. Five Volumes 
in one. By Rev. John Lipscombe Johnson, B. A. 

Baltimore: Turnbull Brothers. 1871. 8vo. pp. 765. 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Johnson, Polk G. — Clarksville Boys in 1861. By Polk G. 

Johnson. 
(Clarksville, Tenn.) n. d. i2mo. pp. 18. Autograph note of Author. 

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Johnson. 1887. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 16. (Second Edition.) Autograph letter of Author. 

Johnson, Richard W. — A Soldier's Reminiscences, in Peace 
and War. By Brig.-Gen. R. W. Johnson, Retired, 
Brevet Maj.-Gen. U. S. A. 

Philadelphia: Press of J. B. Lippincott Company. 1886. 8vo. pp. 428. 

Autograph letter of Gen. R. W. Johnson. 

Johnson, Richard W. — Memoir of Maj.-Gen. George H. 

Thomas. By Richard W. Johnson, Brigadier-General 

U. S. A. (Retired.) 
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1881. 8vo. pp. 322. 
Autograph of Gen. Johnson. 

427 



Johnson, Richard W. — The Battle of Stone River. By 

Brevet Major- General R. W. Johnson, U. S. A. 
Reprinted from the United Service Magazine, January, 1886. 8vo. pp. 9. 

Johnson, Robert Underwood — Buel, Clarence Clough. — 

Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Being for 
the most part contributions by Union and Confederate 
Officers, based upon "The Century War Series." Edited 
by Robert Underwood Johnson and Clarence Clough Buel. 

New York: The Century Co. 

Vol. I. pp. XXIII. 1-750. Vol. II. pp. XIX. 1-760. Vol. III. pp. XIX. (1) 

1-752. Vol. IV. pp. XIX. (1) 1-829. 

Contains all cancelled sheets, covers, etc. Unique. (Autograph letters of 

Robert Underwood Johnson and Clarence Clough Buel.) 

Johnson, Robert Underwood — Buel, Clarence Clough. — 

The Wilderness, Spotsylvania and Cold Harbor. From 
"Battles and Leaders of the Civil War." Being for the 
most part contributions by Union and Confederate 
Officers based upon "The Century War Series." Edited 
by Robert Underwood Johnson and Clarence Clough 
Buel, of the Editorial Staff of "The Century Magazine." 
London: Hugh Rees, Ltd. 1908. 4to. pp.150. (Maps.) 

Johnson, Rossiter. — Camp Fires and Battlefield. History 
of the Conflicts and Campaigns of the Great Civil War in 
the United States. By Rossiter Johnson, LL. D. With 
special contributions by General O. O. Howard, U. S. A.; 
General Selden Connor, U. S. A. ; General John B. Gordon, 
C. S. A.; General John T. Morgan, C. S. A.; Honorable 
James Tanner; Mrs. L. C. Pickett, and an introduction 
by John Clark Ridpath, LL. D. Splendidly illustrated 
with the original photographs of the celebrated Brady 
collection in possession of the Government and loaned for 
reproduction in this work by special permission of Hon. 
Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War. 

New York: Knight & Brown. (1894.) 4to. pp. 551. 

Johnson, Rossiter. — Turning Points in the Civil War. 

Annual Report of the American Historical Association 

for the Year 1894. 
Washington: Government Printing Office. 1895. 8vo. pp. 39-53. 

Johnson, Rossiter. — A Short Story of the War of Secession, 

1861-1865. By Rossiter Johnson. 
Boston: Ticknor & Company. 1888. 8vo. pp. XIV. 1-552. 

428 



Johnson, Rossiter. — The Story of the Great Conflict. 
A history of the War of Secession, 1861-1865. By 
Rossiter Johnson. Special Contributions by Gen. O. O. 
Howard, Gen. John B. Gordon. Over sixty illustrations. 

(Extract.) New York: Bryan, Taylor & Co. 1894. Ry. 8vo. pp. XVI. 1-604. 

Johnson, Willis Fletcher. — Life of Wm. Tecumseh Sherman, 
late retired General, U. S. A. A graphic history of his 
career in War and Peace; his romantic youth; his stern 
and patriotic manhood; his calm and beautiful old age; 
a marvellous march from the mountains of time to the 
sea of eternity. By W. Fletcher Johnson. Carefully 
reviewed chapter by chapter, and with an introduction 
by Maj.-Gen. O. O. Howard, U. S. A. With numerous 
maps and illustrations. 

Philadelphia: Hubbard Bros. 1891. i2mo. pp. 607. 

Johnston, David E. — Four Years a Soldier. By David E. 
Johnston, a member of Company "D," Seventh Virginia 
Infantry and Sergeant Major of the Regiment. 

Princeton, W. Va. 1887. i2mo. pp. 437-IX. 

Johnston, Isaac N. — Four Months in Libby and the Cam- 
paign against Atlanta. By Capt. I. N. Johnston, Co. H, 
Sixth Kentucky Volunteer Infantry. 

Cincinnati: For the Author. L. P. Thompson, Printer. 1864. 

l2mo. pp. IV.-191. 

Johnston, Joseph Eccleston. — A Narrative of Military 
Operations directed during the late War between the 
States. By Joseph E. Johnston, General C. S. A. Illus- 
trated with steel plates and maps. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1874. 

Vol. I. pp. 1-286. Vol. II. pp. 287-602. 

126 portraits and engravings, 11 maps and plans inserted. 

Autograph letters Jos. E. Johnston, R. Patterson, S. P. Heintzleman, J. P. 

Benjamin, D. H. Hill, W. S. Hancock, Fitz Hugh Lee, Fitz John Porter, D. N. 

Couch, W. S. Rosecrans, W. J. Palmer, N. B. Forrest, John A. Logan, John M. 

Schofield, J. H. Wilson, James Longstreet and Jos. Hooker. 

Autographs E. D. Baker, F. P. Blair, N. P. Banks. 

Cuttings, reviews, etc., inserted. Unique. 

Johnston, Joseph Eccleston. — Headquarters, Department 
Northern Va., May 19, 1862. Ms. Report. "Copy made 
for Colonel John P. Nicholson under my supervision, J. 
E. Johnston." 

Folio, pp. 5. 

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Johnston, Joseph Eccleston. — Official Report of the Battle 
of Manassas, July 21, 1861. J. E. Johnston, General, 
Commanding. "Ms. Copy made for Col. John P. 
Nicholson under my supervision, J. E. Johnston." 

Folio, pp. 19. 

Johnston, Joseph Eccleston. — Reply to Gen. Geo. W. 
Mindel's pamphlet reviewing Gen. Johnston's account of 
the Battle of Fair Oaks in "Narrative of Military Opera- 
tions." 

Savannah, Ga. n. d. 4to. pp. — The original ms. and not printed. 

Johnston, Joseph Eccleston. — Report of Operations, May 

19, 1862. 
Folio. Ms. pp. — 

(Signed by General Johnston and certified to as having been copied under his 
supervision.) 

Johnston, Joseph Eccleston. — Report of the Battle of 

Manassas. 1861. 
Folio. Ms. pp. — 

(Signed by General Johnston and certified as to having been copied under his 
supervision.) 

Johnston, Joseph Eccleston. — Report of the Operations of 
the Army of the Tennessee, Vineville, Ga., October 20, 
1864. Ms. "True copy made under my direction for 
Jno. P. Nicholson, J. E. Johnston." 

Folio, pp. 25. 

Johnston, Joseph Eccleston. — Report of the Battle of the 
Seven Pines, fought on the 31st ult. and 1st inst. "Ms. 
Copy made for Col. John P. Nicholson under my super- 
vision." 

Folio, pp. 6. 

Johnston, Joseph Eccleston. — Report of Operations in the 
Dept. of Miss, and East La. Meridian, Miss., Nov. 1 , 1863. 
Ms. "Copy made for Col. John P. Nicholson, under my 
supervision, J. E. Johnston." 

Folio, pp. 31. 

Johnston, Joseph Eccleston — Pemberton, John E. — 

Report of General Joseph E. Johnston, of his operations 
in the Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, 
together with Lieut. -General Pemberton's Report of the 
Battles of Port Gibson, Baker's Creek and Siege of 
Vicksburg. Published by order of Congress. 

Richmond: R. M. Smith, Public Printer. 1864. 8vo. pp. 213. 

(Contains an appendix to Gen. Pemberton's Report.) 

430 



Johnston, Marianne C. Howe. — The Young Chaplain. By 

his mother. 
New York: N. Tibbals & Sons, Publishers. 1876. l2mo. pp. 138. 

Johnston, Mary. — The Long Roll. By Mary Johnston. 

With illustrations by N. C. Wyeth. 
Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin Company. 1911. 
8vo. pp. X. 1-683. First edition. Autograph edition signed by Mary Johnston. 

Johnston, Mary. — Cease Firing. By Mary Johnston. With 

illustrations by N. C. Wyeth. 
Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin Company. 1912. 
l2mo. pp. VIII. 1-457. Autograph edition. 

Johnston, Mary. — Gettysburg. By Mary Johnston. 

The Atlantic Monthly, July, 1912. pp. 1-9. 

Johnston, R. M. — Biographies of Leading Americans. Edited 
by W. P. Trent. Leading American Soldiers. By R. 
M. Johnston, M. A. Cantab, Lecturer in History at 
Harvard University. With thirteen portraits. 

New York: Henry Holt & Company. 1907. i2mo. pp. XV. 1-371. 

Johnston, R. M. — Bull Run: Its Strategy and Tactics. By 
R. M. Johnston, Author of the Roman Theocracy and 
the Republic, etc. 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin Company. 1913. 

8vo. pp. XIX. 1-293. 

Johnston, William Preston. — The Life of Gen. Albert 
Sidney Johnston, embracing his services in the Armies 
of the United States, the Republic of Texas, and the 
Confederate States. By William Preston Johnston. With 
illustrations on steel and wood. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1878. 8vo. pp. XVIII. 1-755. 

Autograph note of Author and newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Jonas, Benjamin Franklin. — Address of Hon. B. F. Jonas, 
at the laying of the cornerstone of the Monument to the 
memory of the Confederate Dead at Baton Rouge, 
February 22, 1886. 

Hopkins Printing Office. 1886. 8vo. pp. 19. 

Jones, B. W. — Under the Stars and Bars. A history of the 
Surry Light Artillery. Recollections of a Private Soldier 
in the War between the States. 

Richmond: Everett Waddey Co. 1909. 8vo. pp. 297. 

431 



Jones, Charles Colquitt, Jr. — A Roster of General Officers, 
Heads of Departments, Senators, Representatives, Mili- 
tary organizations, etc., in Confederate service during 
the War between the States. By Charles C. Jones, Jr., 
late Lieut.-Colonel of Artillery, C. S. A. 

Richmond, Va.: Southern Historical Society. 1876. 8vo. pp. 135. 

Interleaved and ras. notes, corrections, additions and autograph letter of 

Col. Jones. 

Jones, Charles Colquitt, Jr. — A Roster of General Officers, 
Heads of Departments, Senators, Representatives, Mili- 
tary Organizations, etc., in Confederate Service during 
the War between the States. By Charles C. Jones, Jr., 
late Lieut.-Colonel of Artillery, C. S. A. 

Richmond, Va.: Southern Historical Society. 1876. (War Department, 

Washington, D. C. reprint.) 4*0. pp. (135). 

Jones, Charles Colquitt, Jr. — Bombardments and Capture 

of Fort McAllister. 
Magazine of American History, Vol. XIV. 1885. pp. 501-508. 

Jones, Charles Colquitt, Jr. — Historical Sketch of the 
Chatham Artillery during the Confederate Struggle for 
Independence. By Charles C. Jones, Jr. 

Albany, N. Y.: Joel Munsell. 1867. 8vo. pp. VIII.-240. 

Autograph letter of Lt.-Col. Jones, C. S. A. 

Jones, Charles Colquitt, Jr. — Oration pronounced by Col. 
Charles C. Jones, Jr. on the 31st October, 1878, upon the 
occasion of the unveiling and dedication of the Confederate 
Monument erected by the Ladies Memorial Association 
of Augusta, in Broad Street in the City of Augusta, 
Georgia. 

(Motto.) Augusta: Reprint from "Evening Sentinel," October 31, 1878. 

8vo. pp. 9. Autograph letter of Col. Jones. 

Jones, Charles Colquitt, Jr. — The Siege of Savannah in 
December, 1864, and the Confederate Operations in 
Georgia and the Third Military District of South Carolina 
during General Sherman's march from Atlanta to the 
Sea. By Charles C. Jones, Jr., late Lieut.-Col. Artillery, 
C. S. A., and Chief of Artillery during the Siege. Printed 
for the Author. 

Albany, N. Y.: Joel Munsell. 1874. Sm. 4to. pp. X. 1-184. 
Ms. corrections by Author. Autograph letter and portrait inserted. 

432 



Jones, Charles Edgeworth. — Georgia in the War, 1861-1865. 

By Chas. Edgeworth Jones, of Augusta, Ga., formerly 

Historian Camp No. 435, N. C. V. 
Atlanta : Printed by Foote & Davis Co. (1909.) i2mo. pp.167. 

Jones, Charles Edgeworth. — In Memoriam. Colonel Charles 
C. Jones, Jr., LL. D., Historian, Biographer, and Archae- 
ologist, 1 83 1 -1 889. By Charles Edgeworth Jones. 

Augusta, Ga. 1893. 8vo. pp. 13. 

Jones, Charles P. — Biennial Report of the Adjutant-General 
of Alabama, to Thos. G. Jones, Governor and Commander- 
in-Chief. 1894. 

Montgomery, Ala. 1894. 8vo. pp. 9. Appendices VIII. 

(Confederate Record of Alabama Troops.) 

Jones, Charles R. — Historical Sketch 55th N. C. I. 

Our Living and Our Dead, March 25,-May 13, 1874. PP- (55)- 

Jones, Edward Franc. — Paper read at a Meeting of the New 

York State Loyal Legion, New York, May 3, 191 1. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 4. 

Jones, Edward Franc. — Send Them Home Tenderly. A 
tribute to the Memory of Charles A. Taylor, Co. D, 
Sixth Regt., M. V. M., the First Martyr who gave his 
life in defense of the Union in the late Civil War, and of 
Sumner H. Needham, Luther C. Ladd and Addison O. 
Whitney, who quickly followed in the path of death. 

n. p. n. d. Sm. 4to. pp. 4. 

Jones, Edward Franc. — The Origin of the Flag. Compiled 
by Edward F. Jones, Colonel 6th and 26th Mass. Vols. 
(Baltimore, April 19, 1861.) Bvt. Brig.-Gen. U. S. Vols., 
Lieut.-Governor State of New York, 1885-1892. 

(Binghamton, N. Y.: Press of the Jones Scale Works.) (1896.) 

48mo. pp. 32. 

Jones, Evan Rowland. — Four Years in the Army of the 
Potomac. A Soldier's Recollections. By Major Jones. 
London: The Tyne Publishing Company. 8vo. pp. 246. 

Jones, Evan Rowland. — Lincoln, Stanton and Grant. 
Historical Sketches. By Major Evan Rowland Jones, 
United States Consul, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. With steel 
portraits. 

(Motto.) London: Frederick Warne & Co. (1875.) 

8vo. pp. XII. 1-342. 

433 



Jones, Frank J. — Response to the toast "Heroism in War." 
By Frank J. Jones (Bvt. Major U. S. Vols.), at the Fifth 
Annual Banquet of the Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army 
and Navy Officers at the Burnet House, Thursday 
Evening, Jan. 8, 1880. Published by request of the 
Officers of the Society. 

Cincinnati, n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. II. Autograph note of Major Jones. 

Jones, Hamilton C. — The Fifty-seventh North Carolina 

Regiment. By Lieut.-Colonel Hamilton C. Jones. 
Charlotte: The Observer, January 21, 1900. i2mo. pp. (i2). (Mounted.) 

Jones, John B. — A Rebel War Clerk's Diary at the Confed- 
erate States Capitol. By J. B. Jones. 
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1866. Post 8vo. 
Vol. I. pp. XII. 392. Vol. II. pp. 480. 

Jones, J. S. — History of the 174th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. 
Address delivered by General J. S. Jones at the Reunion 
of the 174th O. V. I., August 30, 1894, at Marysville, Ohio. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 35. 

Jones, John William. — Action of R. E. Lee Camp No. 1, 
Sons of Confederate Veterans, and R. E. Lee Camp, No. 
1, C. V., in regard to Barnes' Brief History of the United 
States with Review of the History by Rev. J. William 
Jones. 

Richmond, Va. 1895. 8vo. pp. 14. 

Jones, John William.— Appomattox : The true story of the 

surrender. 
Richmond: From The Dispatch, n. d. 

The Historical Magazine, Vol. II., Third Series, Oct., 1873. 4to. pp. 235-239. 
Autograph letter of Rev. J. Wm. Jones, D. D. 

Jones, John William. — Army of Northern Virginia. 
Memorial Volume. Compiled by Rev. J. William Jones, 
D. D., at the request of the Virginia Division of the Army 
of Northern Virginia Association. 

Richmond: J. W. Randolph & English. 1880. 8vo. pp. VIII. 347. 

Autograph letter of Dr. Jones. Circulars, etc., inserted. 

Jones, John William. — Christ in the Camp or Religion in 
Lee's Army. Supplemented by a sketch of the work in 
the other Confederate Armies, by Rev. J. Wm. Jones, 
D. D., with an introduction by Rev. J. C. Cransberry, 
D. D. 

Richmond, Va.: B. F. Johnson & Co. (1887.) 8vo. pp. 623. 

434 



Jones, John William. — Life and Letters of Robert Edward 
Lee, Soldier and Man. By Rev. J. William Jones, D. D. 
* * With portraits of Gen. Lee. 

New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. 1906. 

8vo. pp. XII. 1-486. 

Jones, John William. — Confederate View of the treatment 
of prisoners. Compiled from official records and other 
documents, by Rev. J. William Jones, D. D., Secretary 
Southern Historical Society. 

Richmond: Southern Historical Society. 1876. 8vo. pp. (4) 1 13-130. 

Presentation copy. Autograph letter of Dr. Jones. Newspaper replies, etc., 

inserted. 

Jones, John William. — Personal Reminiscences, anecdotes 
and letters of Gen. Robert E. Lee. Published by authority 
of the Lee family and the Faculty of Washington and Lee 
University. (Illustrated.) 

New York. 1875. 8vo. pp. XVI. 509. 

Autograph letter of Rev. Dr. Jones. 

Jones, Joseph. — Andersonville. The relations of the "Con- 
federate Government" to Federal Prisoners. Letter of 
Prof. Joseph Jones, M. D., of New Orleans to Hon. B. H. 
Hill, Letter of Gen. R. E. Lee on Federal and Confederate 
Prisons. 

New Orleans, La. Jan. 17, 1876. 8vo. pp. — 

Jones, Justin. — Virginia Graham, the Spy of the Grand Army. 

By Harry Hazel. 
Boston: The New England News Company. (1867.) 8vo. pp. 165. 112. 

Jones, J. G. — Brief Sketch of the Thirty-fifth Regiment N. C. 

Troops. 
Our Living and Our Dead, July 30, 1873. pp. (4). 

Jones, Samuel. — The Siege of Charleston and the opera- 
tions on the South Atlantic Coast in the War among the 
States. By Samuel Jones, formerly Major-General C. S. A. 

New York: The Neale Publishing Company. 191 1. 121110. pp. 295. 

Jones, Sarah L. — Life in the South; from the commencement 
of the War, by a blockaded British subject, being a social 
history of those who took part in the battles, from a 
personal acquaintance with them in their own homes, 
from the spring of i860 to August, 1862. 

London: Chapman & Hall. 1863. 

i2mo. Vol. I. pp. XVI. 1-427. Vol. II. pp. VII. 1-404. 

435 



Jones, Sarah L. — "Stonewall" Jackson, late General of the 
Confederate States Army. A biographical sketch, and 
an outline of his Virginian Campaigns. By the Author 
of "Life in the South." 

London: Chapman & Hall. 1863. i2mo. pp. XIV. 1-178. Map. 

Second edition. 

Jones, William E. — The Military History of the One 
Hundred and Sixty-first New York Volunteers, Infantry, 
from August 15, 1862, to October 17, 1865. 

Bath: Hull & Barnes, Printers. (1865.) 8vo. pp. 64. 

Jones. — Has Gen. Grant Genius? By Private Jones. 

New York: Published by J. Hagerty. 1884. 8vo. pp. 140. 

Jordan, Ewing. — University of Pennsylvania Men who 
served in the Civil War, 1861-1865, Department of Arts 
(The College). Compiled by Ewing Jordan, A. M., M. D. 

8vo. pp. 20-38 — 75-86 — 147-162 — 231-242. (Index 4.) 

Jordan, Francis. — Report of Col. F. Jordan, Pennsylvania State 

Agent at Washington, D. C. (1865.) 
Harrisburg. (1866.) 8vo. pp. 6. 

Jordan, Thomas. — The Campaign and Battle of Shiloh. 

The United Service, March, 1885. pp. 262-280. April, 1885. pp. 393-410. 

Jordan, Thomas. — The Vicksburg Campaign of 1862-63. 

The United Service, June-July, 1885. pp. 632-649 and 22-23. 

Jordan, Thomas — Pryor, J. P. — The Campaigns of Lieut.- 
Gen. N. B. Forrest, and of Forrest's Cavalry, with 
portraits, maps, and illustrations. By General Thomas 
Jordan and J. P. Pryor. 

New Orleans, La.: Blelock & Company. 1868. 8vo. pp. XV. 704. 

Jordon, Thomas. — Jefferson Davis. 

Harper's Magazine, October, 1865. pp. — 

Jordon, Thomas. — Paris' History of Our War. The 
Orleans Prince criticized by Beauregard's Chief of Staff. 
A sharp arraignment on charges of inaccuracy and in- 
competency, introducing interesting details of the first 
battle of Bull Run. 

Autograph letter of Comte de Paris and replies, etc., inserted. 

436 



Jordon, Thomas. — Review of certain remarks made by the 
President when requested to restore General Beauregard 
to the Command of Department No. 2. (Printed but 
not published.) 

Charleston: Steam power presses of Evans & Cogswell. 1863. 8vo. pp. 28. 

Ms. notes by Gen. Jordan. 

Joyce, John A. — A Checkered Life. By Col. John A. Joyce. 

(Motto.) Chicago: S. P. Rounds, Jr. 1883. i2mo. pp. 318 (1). 
(Contains a history of the 24th Kentucky Union Regiment.) 

Joyce, John A. — Jewels of Memory. By Col. John A. Joyce. 

(Motto.) Washington, D. C: Gibson Brothers, Publishers. 1895. 
l2mo. pp. 245. 

Judd, David Wright. — The Story of the 33D N. Y. S. Vols., 
or two years Campaigning in Virginia and Maryland. 
Illustrated. 

Rochester. 1864. i2mo. pp. IV. 349. 76. Autograph letter of Author. 

Judson, Amos M. — History of the Eighty- third Regiment 
Pennsylvania Volunteers. By A. M. Judson, Captain of 
Company "E." 

Erie, Pa.: B. F. H. Lynn, Publisher. (1866.) 

Ry. 8vo. pp. IX.-XV. 17-139 (i). 

Judson, Harry P. — A History of the Troy Citizens Corps, 

Troy, N. Y. By Harry P. Judson. 
Troy, N. Y.: Troy Times Printing House. 1884. 
8vo. pp. 204. III. (Slip.) 

Junkin, David X. — Norton, Frank Henry. — The Life of 
Winfield Scott Hancock, Personal, Military and 
Political. By Rev. D. X. Junkin, D. D., late Chaplain 
United States Navy, and Frank H. Norton, formerly 
Assistant Librarian Astor Library. Illustrated on wood 
with Battle-scenes by A. R. Ward, and Steel portrait by 
Hall. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1880. i2mo. pp. XIII. (1) 398. 

Autograph letter of Gen. Hancock. 

Jack Mosby. The Guerrilla Chief. By Lieut.-Col. * * * 
New York: T. R. Dawley, Publisher. 1864. i2mo. pp. 106. 

James Starr, late Colonel Sixth Pennsylvania Cavalry. A 
Memoir Prepared for the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the 
Class of 1857 in Harvard College, June 28, 1882. 

"Printed for Private Distribution." 1882. 8vo. pp. 18. 

437 



Jenny Wade of Gettysburg. 

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1864. 



i2mo. pp. 33. 



Jesus, the Soldiers Friend. By a Young Lady of Virginia. 
Petersburg, Va. : Charles Le Roe, Printer. 1862. i6mo. pp. 8. 

Journal of the Congress of the Confederate States of America, 
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Vol. V. pp. 606. 

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Journal of the Military Service Institution of the United States. 
By authority of the Executive Council. Published 
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Journal of the Public and Secret Proceedings of the Convention 
of the People of Georgia, held in Milledgeville and 
Savannah in 1861, together with the Ordinances adopted. 
Published by order of the convention. 

Milledgeville, Ga. 1861. 8vo. pp. 416. 

Judge Advocate-General's Department U. S. A. A sketch 
of the history and duties of the Judge Advocate-General's 
Department United States Army, Washington, D. C. 
March 1, 1878, as prepared at the request of the Com- 
mission (of 1876) on the reform and reorganization of the 
Army, with additions. 

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Kaler, William S. — Roster and History of the One Hundred 
Twenty- third Regiment, I. V. I., in the War of the 
Rebellion. Compiled by W. S. Kaler. 

Andersonville, Indiana. 1899. 48mo. pp. 61. 

Kane, George Proctor. — To All Marylanders in the Con- 
federate States. 

(Richmond. 1864.) 8vo. pp. 4. 

Kaufmann, William. — The Germans in the American War 
between the States, Secession War, 1861-1865. By 
William Kaufmann. With 36 maps and plans. 

Munich and Berlin: Printed and published by R. Oldenbourg. n. d. 

8vo. pp. XII. (1) 1-588. 

Kearney, Philip — Birney, David Bell. — Official Reports 
of General Kearney and General Birney, of the Battle of 
Seven Pines, May 31, 1862. 

Philadelphia. 1863. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Kearney, Philip J. — Letters from the Field. Written to 
his relatives, by Major Philip J. Kearney, Eleventh New 
Jersey Volunteers. 

The Historical Magazine, March, 1870. pp. 184-195. 

Keegan, James F. — N. G. S. N. Y. War Record and history 
of the Eighty-fourth Regiment (Col. F. A. Conkling, 
Commanding). Written by Capt. James F. Keegan. 

(Extract.) n. p. i8mo. pp. 8. 

439 



Keene, H. S. — History of the 6th Wisconsin Battery, with 
Roster of Officers and Members; also Proceedings of 
Battery Reunions, Speeches, etc. 

Lancaster, Wis.: Herald Book and Job Rooms. 1879. i6mo. pp. 65. 

Autograph note of Sergt. Keene. 

Keifer, Joseph Warren. — A Forgotten Battle: Sailors' 

Creek, April 6, 1865. By J. Warren Keifer. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Kieffer, George Linn. — Gettysburg in Picture and Story. 
Rev. George Linn Kieffer, Lecturer. 

n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. (5). 

Keiffer, Harry M. — The Recollections of a Drummer Boy. 
By Harry M. Keiffer, late of the One Hundred and 
Fiftieth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers. Illustrated. 

(Motto.) Boston: Ticknor & Company. 1886. i2mo. pp. 232. 

Keil, Frederick W. — Thirty-Fifth Ohio. A narrative of 
service from August, 1861, to 1864. By F. W. Keil, 
formerly Commanding Company C. With an introduc- 
tory by General H. V. Boynton. The original Persimmon 
Regiment. 

Fort Wayne, Indiana: Archer, Housh & Co. 1894. i2mo. pp. XII. 1-272. 

Keiley, Anthony M. — In Vinculis, or the prisoner of war. 
Being the experience of a rebel in two federal pens, 
interspersed with remembrances of the late war; anecdotes 
of Southern Generals, etc. By a Virginia Confederate. 

Petersburg, Va. 1866. i2mo. pp. — 

Keim, DeBenneville Randolph. — Sherman. A Memorial 
in Art, Oratory and Literature by the Society of the Army 
of the Tennessee, with the aid of the Congress of the 
United States of America. Prepared by authority of 
Congress under the Direction of Col. Thomas W. Symons, 
Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, in charge of Monument 
and Ceremonies, by DeB. Randolph Keim, War Cor- 
respondent of the New York Herald, attending the 
Operations of the Army of the Tennessee, 1862-3-4. 

58th Congress, 2d Session. Document No. 320. 
Government Printing Office. 1904. 8to. pp. 410 (3). 

440 



Kelley, Daniel G. — What I Saw and Suffered in Rebel 
Prisons. By Daniel G. Kelley, late Sergeant Company 
K, Twenty-fourth New York Cavalry. With an intro- 
duction by Major Anson G. Chester. 

Buffalo: Thomas, Howard & Johnson. 1868. i2mo. pp. 86 (2). 

Autograph letter of Major Chester. 

Kelley, H. W. — Our Flag and Its History. -• 

Philadelphia. 1886. pp. — 

Kelley, William Darrah. — Lincoln and Stanton. A study 
of the War Administration of 1861 and 1862, with special 
consideration of some recent statements of Gen. Geo. B. 
McClellan. By Wm. D. Kelley, M. C. 

New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1885. i2mo. pp. 88. 

Kellogg, John Azor. — Capture and Escape. A narrative of 
Army and Prison Life. By John Azor Kellogg, Colonel 
of Sixth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry and Brevet 
Brigadier-General, Wisconsin History Commission. 

Original Paper No. 2. Wisconsin History Commission. November, 1908. 

Democrat Printing Co., State Printer, n. d. 8vo. pp. XVI. 1-201. 

Kellogg, J. J. — War Experiences and the Story of the 
Vicksburg Campaign, from "Milliken's Bend," to July 
4,. 1863, being an accurate and graphic account of Cam- 
paign Events taken from the diary of Capt. J.J. Kellogg, 
of Co. B, 113th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. 

n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 64. 

Kellogg, Robert H. — 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 princi- 
pally at Andersonville, Ga., and Florence, S. C; describ- 
ing plans of escape, arrival of prisoners, with numerous 
and varied incidents and anecdotes of prison life. By 
Robt. H. Kellogg, Sergeant Major, 16th Regiment 
Connecticut Volunteers, prepared from his daily journal 
to which is added as full sketches of other prisons as can 
be given without repetition of the above, by parties who 
have been confined therein. To which is added an 
account of the capture of Jefferson Davis, and life, trial 
and execution of Capt. Wirtz. Illustrated. 

Hartford, Conn.: L. Stebbins. 1866. i2mo. pp. 463. 

441 



Kellogg, Sanford Cobb. — The Shenandoah Valley and 
Virginia, 1861 to 1865. By Sanford C. Kellogg, U. S. A. 
New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company, n. d. 
i2mo. pp. 247. Autograph letter of Author. 

Kelly, James. — The American Catalogue of Books (Original 
and Reprints), published in the United States from Jan., 
1861, to Jan., 1866, with date of publication, size, price, 
and publisher's name, with supplement, containing 
pamphlets, sermons, and addresses on the Civil War in 
the United States, 1 861 -1866; and Appendix, containing 
names of learned societies and other literary associations, 
with a list of their publications, 1 861 -1866. Compiled 
and arranged by James Kelly. 

New York: John Wiley & Son. 1866. 8vo. pp. 303. 

Kelly, Welden. — A Historic Sketch, Lest We Forget, Com- 
pany "E," 26th Ohio Infantry in the War for the Union, 
1861-65. By Captain Welden Kelly. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 45. Autograph letter of Author. 

Kelsey, D. M. — Deeds of Daring by both Blue and Gray. 
Thrilling narratives of personal adventure, exploits of 
scouts and spies during the great Civil War. By D. M. 
Kelsey. Profusely illustrated. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia and St. Louis. 1883. 8vo. pp. XXI. 608. 

Kelsey, D. M. — Deeds of Daring by the American Soldiers, 
North and South. Thrilling narratives of personal 
adventure, exploits of scouts and spies, forlorn hopes, 
heroic bravery, patient endurance, imprisonment and 
hairbreadth escapes, romantic incidents, hand to hand 
struggles, humorous and tragic events, perilous journeys, 
bold dashes, brilliant successes, magnanimous actions, 
etc., on each side during the Civil War. By D. M. 
Kelsey. 

Chicago and New York: The Werner Company. 1898. 

8vo. pp. XXI. -672. Revised edition. 

Kelso, Isaac. — The Stars and Bars, or the Reign of Terror in 

Missouri. By Isaac Kelso. 
(Motto.) Boston: A. Williams & Co. 1864. i2mo. pp. VI. 324. 

Kemper, Andrew Carr. — A Paper read before the Loyal 
Legion, on William Haines Lytle, by Dr. And. C. Kemper, 
late Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General United 
States Volunteers. June 6, 1883. 

Cincinnati, O.: Peter G. Thomson, n. d. 8vo. pp. 16. 

442 



Kemper, Andrew Can*. — Primogeniture. (Loyal Legion.) 

(By Dr. Andrew C. Kemper. Cincinnati.) 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Kemper, Andrew Carr. — The Night After the Battle. 
Written for and read before the Ohio Commandery of the 
Loyal Legion, by Dr. And. C. Kemper, late Captain and 
Assistant Adjutant-General, United States Volunteers, 
July ii, 1883. 

Cincinnati, O.: Peter G. Thomson. (1883.) 8vo. pp. 17. 

Kemper, James Lawson — Hoge, Moses Drury. — Inaugura- 
tion of the Jackson Statue. Introductory address of 
Governor Kemper and Oration by Rev. Moses D. Hoge, 
D. D., on Tuesday, October 26, 1875. 

Richmond. 1875. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Kemper, James Lawson. — Jackson-Hope Medals. Address 
of Gov. James L. Kemper, of Virginia, on the First 
Award of the Jackson-Hope Medals to Cadet Lewis 
Harvie Strother, of Virginia, and Cadet E. M. Davison, 
of Maryland, as the First and Second honor graduates of 
the Virginia Military Institute, July 3, 1877. 

n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 26. 

Kenan, Thomas S. — Sketch of the Forty-third Regiment 

North Carolina Troops Infantry. 
(Raleigh, N. C. 1895.) 8vo. pp.26. 

Kennard, Martin P. — Address of Martin P. Kennard, in 
behalf of the subscribing citizens, on presentation to the 
town of a memorial portrait of the late Brig.-Gen. Edward 
Augustus Wild, together with the response of the chairman 
of the Board of Selectmen, and the impromptu remarks of 
other gentlemen present. 

Brookline, Mass.: Printed for the Town. 1894. 8vo. pp. 28 (1). 

Kennaway, John H. — On Sherman's Track, or the South 

after the War. With illustrations. 
London. 1867. i2mo. pp. — 

Kennedy, Elijah R. — John B. Woodward, A Biographical 

Memoir. By Elijah R. Kennedy. 
New York: Printed at the De Vinne Press. MDCCCXCVII. 8vo. pp. 222. 
"For private distribution." 

443 



Kennedy, Elijah R. — The Contest for California in 1861. 
How Colonel E. D. Baker saved the Pacific States to the 
Union. By Elijah R. Kennedy. With illustrations. 

Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1912. 

8vo. pp. XIV. 1 -36 1. 

Kennedy, John. — A History of the Civil War in the United 
States, from its commencement in 1861, to January, 1862, 
to be continued to the termination of the War. By John 
Kennedy, Esq. 

Philadelphia: Kennedy & Greely, Publishers, n. d. 8vo. pp. II. 1-304. 

Kennedy, Robert Patterson. — An Address delivered upon 
the occasion of the dedication of the monument erected by 
the State of Ohio to the memory of her illustrous dead 
upon the Battlefield of Antietam, September 17, 1903. 
By Gen. Robert P. Kennedy. 

(Index Printing & Publishing Co.) n. d. i2mo. pp. (16). 

Kennedy, Robert Patterson. — Address of General Robert P. 

Kennedy, delivered at the Reunion of the Armies of West 

Virginia, Marietta, O., Sept. 19, 1879. 
" Bellefontaine Republican" Print, n. d. 8vo. pp. 13. 

Kennedy, Terance J. — Col. T. J. Kennedy, the First Volunteer 

for the Union, in the War of 1861 and '65. 
n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 12. 

Kent, Charles N. — History of the Seventeenth Regiment, 
New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry, 1862-1863. By 
Lieut. Charles N. Kent. 
(Motto.) Concord, N. H. : Published by order of the Seventeenth New Hamp- 
shire Veteran Association. 1898. 8vo. pp. 335. 

Kent, E. C. (Mrs.) — "Four Years in Secessia." A narrative 
of a residence at the South previous to and during the 
Southern Rebellion, up to November, 1863, when the 
writer escaped from Richmond. By Mrs. E. C. Kent. 

n. p. Printed for the Author. 1864. 8vo. pp. 26 (1). 

Kent, Henry O. — Reports from the Committee on Military 
Affairs. 

1. 52d Congress, 1st Session, Senate. Report No. 524. April 7, 
1892. pp. 6. 

2. 52d Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives. Report 
No. — July I, 1892. 1750. pp. 7. 

8vo. 



Kepler, William. — History of the Three Months' and Three 
Years' Service from April 16, 1861, to June 22, 1864, of 
the Fourth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the 
War for the Union. By Wm. Kepler, Private of Com- 
pany C. 

Cleveland, O.: Leader Printing Company. 1886. 8vo. pp. 287. 

Kerbey, J. O. — A Boy Spy in Dixie. Service under the 
shadow of the scaffold. By J. O. Kerbey. With illus- 
trations by Coffin. 

Washington, D. C: The National Tribune. 1897. 8vo. pp. V. 7-383. 

Kerbey, J. O. — The Boy Spy. A substantially true record of 
secret service during the War of the Rebellion; a correct 
account of events witnessed by a soldier attached to 
Headquarters; the only practical history of War tele- 
graphers in the field; a full account of the mysteries of 
signalling by flags, torches and rockets; thrilling scenes of 
battles, captures and escapes. By Major J. 0. Kerbey. 

Chicago: American Mutual Library Association. 1889. 

i2mo. pp. VII. 557. 

Kerbey, J. O. — Further Adventures of the Boy Spy in Dixie. 

By J. 0. Kerbey. With illustrations by Coffin. 
Washington, D. C. : The National Tribune. 1898. i2mo. pp.379. 

Kerbey, J. O. — On the War Path. A journey over the 
historic grounds of the late Civil War. By Major J. O. 
Kerbey. 

Chicago: Omohue, Henneberry & Co. 1890. i2mo. pp. 301. 

Kerr, John H. — 13TH Anniversary of the Battle of Antie- 
tam. Oration delivered at the First reunion of the One 
Hundred and Fifty-fifth Regiment. Penna. Veteran 
Volunteers, at Lafayette Hall, Pittsburgh, Friday evening 
September 17, 1875. 

Pittsburgh. 1875. 8vo. pp. 20. 

Kerr, William J. — General George B. McClellan and his 

Detractors. 
Paris: Printed by T. Symonds. 1885. 8vo. pp. 12. 
Privately printed. Autograph letter of Author. 

Kerwood, A. L. — Annals of the Fifty-seventh Regiment Indiana 
Volunteers, marches, battles, and incidents of Army Life. 
By a member of the Regiment. 

Dayton, Ohio. 1868. i2mo. pp. 374. 

445 



Ketcheson, John C. — Who Fired the First Shot at the Battle 

of Gettysburg? Honor to whom Honor is Due. 
n p. n. d. 4to. pp. 3. 

Ketchum, Hiram. — Gen. McClellan's Peninsular Cam- 
paign. Review of the report of the Committee on the 
conduct of the War relative to the Peninsular Campaign. 

New York. 1864. 8vo. pp. — 

Kettell, Thomas Prentice. — History of the Great Rebellion, 
from its commencement to its close, giving an account of 
its origin, the secession of the Southern States, and the 
formation of the Confederate Government, the concen- 
tration of the military and financial resources of the 
Federal Government, from official sources by Thomas P. 
Kettell. Embellished with numerous and beautiful steel 
plate engravings, and valuable maps, showing all the 
important military points, complete in one volume. 

Hartford, Conn.: L. Stebbins. 1865. 8vo. pp. IV. 778. 

Key, Francis Scott. — Our Flag. (By Francis Scott Key, 

Author of the "Star Spangled Banner.") 
n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 18. 

Key, Thomas Marshall. — Report of Colonel Key relative to 

the exchange of prisoners of War. 
Washington. 1865. Ex. Document No. 20. 38th Congress, 2d Session. 
8vo. pp. 3. 

Keyes, Charles M. — The Military History of the 123D 
Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Edited by C. M. 
Keyes, 1st Lieutenant 123d Reg. 0. V. I. 

Sandusky. 1874. i2mo. pp.196.. Autograph letter of Lt. Keyes. 

Keyes, Elisha W. — Lake Mills in the War of Secession. 

By Elisha W. Keyes. (From Proceedings of the Wisconsin 

State Historical Society.) 
Madison, Wisconsin. 1897. 8vo. pp. 99-106. 

Keyes, Erasmus Darwin. — Correspondence in relation to 

the Services of the Fourth Corps, Army of the Potomac. 
(New York. 1877.) 8vo. pp. 7. 

Keyes, Erasmus Darwin. — Fifty Years' Observations of 
men and events, civil and military. By E. D. Keyes, 
Bvt. Brigadier-General U. S. Army; late Major-General 
U. S. Volunteers, Commanding the Fourth Corps. 

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1884. i2mo. pp. VIII. 1-515. 

446 , 



Kidd, James Harvey. — Address of Gen. James H. Kidd at the 
dedication of Michigan Monuments upon the Battlefields 
of Gettysburg, June 12, 1889. 

n. p. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 25. Autograph note of Author. 

Kidd, James Harvey. — Personal Recollections of a cavalry- 
man with Custer's Michigan Cavalry Brigade in the Civil 
War. By J. H. Kidd, formerly Colonel Sixth Michigan 
Cavalry and Brevet Brigadier-General of Volunteers. 

Ionia, Michigan: Sentinel Printing Company. 1908. 

8vo. pp. XIV. 1-476. Autograph of Author. 

Keifer, Joseph Warren. — Biographical Sketch and steel 
plate portrait of Joseph Warren Keifer, of Springfield, 
Ohio. From the biographical cyclopaedia and portrait 
gallery of distinguished men of the State of Ohio. 

Cincinnati: John C. Yorston & Co. 1880. 8vo. pp. (7). 

Keifer, Joseph Warren. — Official Reports of J. Warren 
Keifer, Brevet Major-General of Volunteers, U. S. A., 
detailing movements and operations of his command in 
the battles of Winchester, 1863, Brandy Station, Orange 
Grove, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Peters- 
burg, (1864), Monocacy, Opequon, Fisher's Hill, Cedar 
Creek, Petersburg, 1865, Sailor's Creek, also prior to and 
at the surrender of General Lee's Army. 

Springfield, Ohio: Daily Republic Steam Job Office. 1866. 8vo. pp. 50. 

Keifer, Joseph Warren. — Ohio's Contribution, sacrifice 
and service in the War. Oration by Gen. J. Warren 
Keifer, of Springfield, at Newark, Ohio, before a "State 
Reunion of Soldiers and Sailors," Monday, July 22, 1878, 
the Anniversary of the death of Maj.-Gen. James B. 
McPherson. 

(Motto.) Springfield, Ohio. 1878. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Keifer, Joseph Warren. — Slavery and Four Years of War. 
A political history of slavery in the United States together 
with a narrative of the Campaigns and Battle of the Civil 
War in which the author took part, 1861-1865. By 
Joseph Warren Keifer, Brevet Major-General of Volun- 
teers; Ex-Speaker of the House of Representatives, U. S. 
A.; and Major-General of Volunteers, Spanish War. 
Illustrated. 1 861 -1863. 

New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1900. 

8vo. Vol. I. pp. X. 1-324. Vol. II. pp. IX. 1-352. Autograph of Author. 

447 



Keifer, W. R. — History of the One Hundred and Fifty-third 
Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers Infantry, which was 
recruited in Northampton County, Pa., 1862-1863. 
Written by Rev. W. R. Kiefer, Historian (one of the 
musicians), assisted by Newton H. Mack, Secretary of 
the Regimental Association. 

Easton, Pennsylvania: Press of the Chemical Publishing Co. 1909. 

8vo. pp. 8-1-352. 

Kieffer, Harry M. — The Recollections of a Drummer Boy. 
By Harry M . Kieffer, late of the One Hundred and Fiftieth 
Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers. Illustrated. 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. 1890. 

Sm. 4to. pp. 250. Seventh edition, revised and enlarged. 

Kilbourne, Tompkins. — Gettysburg. (Compiled by Kil- 

bourne Tompkins.) 
New York: Press of Kilbourne Tompkins. 1878. 48mo. pp. 12 (2). 

Kilmer, George L. — Daring Deeds of Daring Men. A 

collection of graphic accounts of deeds of individual 
heroism, hairbreadth escapes, acts of bravery, strategic 
movements, and other exciting adventures of the great 
wars of modern times. By Capt. George L. Kilmer. 
Over one hundred illustrations. 
New York: W. D. Rowland, Publisher. (1891.) l2mo. pp. 172. 

Kilmer, George L. — Gettysburg. How the famous battle 
has been fought over on paper, wordy controversies. A 
summing up of the most important statements. 

American Press Association. May, 1888. i2mo. pp. (37). 

Kilmer, George L. — The Experiences of the Twenty- 
seventh New York Volunteers. 
Philadelphia: The Times, April 16, 1887. i2mo. pp. (8). 

Kilpatrick, Judson A. — The Irish Soldier in the War of the 
Rebellion. Lecture delivered in Boston Theatre in 1874. 
Decherton, N. J.: Independent Steam Print, n. d. 8vo. pp. II. 

Kimball, Edward P. — Brinley Hall Album and Post 10 

Sketch Book. Edward P. Kimball, Worcester, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass.: F. S. Blanchard & Co., Printers. (1896.) 
4to. oblong, pp. 364. 

448 



Kimberly, Robert L. — Halloway, Ephraim S. — The Forty- 
first Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry in the War of the 
Rebellion, 1 861-1865. By Robert L. Kimberly and 
Ephraim S. Halloway, with the co-operation of the 
Committee of the Regimental Association. 

Cleveland, Ohio: W. R. Smellie, Printer and Publisher. 1897. 

8vo. pp. 292 (2). 

Kimmell, Charles F. — (Sherman's March from the Mountains 
to the Sea. Scraps from the diary of a Dayton boy, who 
was a private in the Sixty-sixth Illinois V. I.) 

Dayton: Sunday Morning News. 1878. i2mo. pp. (20). (Mounted.) 

Kiner, Frederick F. — One Year's Soldiering, embracing the 
battles of Fort Donelson and Shiloh and the capture of 
two hundred officers and men of the Fourteenth Iowa 
Infantry and their confinement six months and a half in 
Rebel prisons. By F. F. Kiner, Chaplain Fourteenth 
Iowa Infantry. 

Lancaster: E. H. Thomas, Printer. 1863. 8vo. pp. — 

King, Charles. — Famous and Decisive Battles of the 
World. The essence of history for 2500 years. With 
plans of battlefields, maps and one hundred and ten 
engravings from paintings by Meissonier, DeNeuville, 
Alma Tadema, Woodville and others. By Charles King, 
Brigadier-General, U. S. A. 

n. p. (1899.) 8vo. pp. 870. 

King, Charles. — Gainesville, August 28, 1862. By Charles 
King, Captain Fifth United States Cavalry, Retired, and 
Brigadier-General United States Volunteers, 1898-9. 

Milwaukee: Burdick & Allen, Printers. 1903. 8vo. pp. 27. 

Presentation copy from Gen. King. 

King, Charles. — The Iron Brigade. A story of the Army of 
the Potomac. By General Charles King. Illustrations 
by R. F. Zogbaum. 

New York: G. W. Dillingham Company, Publishers, n. d. i2mo. pp. 379. 

Autograph note of General King. 

King, Charles. — The Rock of Chickamauga. By General 
Charles King. * * * Illustrations by Gilbert Gaul and 
Chas. J. Post. 

New York: G. W. Dillingham Company, Publishers. (1907.) 

i2mo. pp. 397. Autograph letter of Gen. King. 

449 



King, Horatio. — Turning on the Light. A dispassionate 
survey of President Buchanan's Administration from 
i860 to its close, including a biographical sketch of the 
author, eight letters from Mr. Buchanan never before 
published, and numerous miscellaneous articles. By 
Horatio King, Ex-Postmaster-General of the United 
States. 

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company. 1895. 8vo. pp. 419. 

King, Horatio Collins. — Dedication of the Monument to the 
28th New York Volunteers, Culpeper, Va., August 8, 
1902. 1862, Cedar Mountain, August 9, 1902. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 33 (2). 

King, Horatio Collins. — General George B. McClellan. 

By General Horatio C. King. 
The Lyceum Herald, n. d. i2mo. pp. (4). 

King, Horatio Collins. — Major-General George B. 

McClellan. By General Horatio C. King. 
New York: American News Company. 1886. 8vo. pp. 14. 

King, Horatio Collins. — Patriotism vs. Partisanship. By 
Horatio C. King. Address delivered before the National 
Civic Club, Brooklyn, New York City, Tuesday, December 
19, 1899. 

New York: Macgowan & Slipper, Printers. 1900. 8vo. pp. 26. 
Printed by request for private distribution. 

King, Horatio Collins. — Poem to Major-General D. E. 

Sickles, Gettysburg. By Horatio C. King. 
Brooklyn: The Daily Eagle, Sunday, July 3, 1904. Folio. Folded. 

King, Horatio Collins. — The Army of the Potomac. Sketch. 

The Phantom Column Poem. By Horatio C. King, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp, 26. 

King, Horatio Collins. — The Army of the Potomac. By 
General Horatio C. King. Illustrations from Photographs. 
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, February, 1898. pp. 219-226. 

King, Horatio Collins. — Cedar Mountain. (To C. W. Boyce, 

28th N. Y. V.) By Horatio C. King, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 10. 

450 



King, James. — Report of the Surgeon-General of the Com- 
monwealth of Pennsylvania for the year 1862. 
Singerly & Myers, State Printers, n. d. 8vo. pp. 19. 

King, John H. — Three Hundred Days in a Yankee Prison. 
Reminiscences of war life, captivity, imprisonment at 
Camp Chase, Ohio. By John H. King, M. D., Surgeon 
Confederate Soldiers Home, Atlanta, Ga. 1904. 

Atlanta, Ga. : Published by Jas. P. Daves, n. d. l2mo. pp. 114. 

King, John W. — The Silent Dead, or Roll of Honor, com- 
prising the names of all soldiers from Muskingum County 
who lost their lives in battle or by disease during the War 
of the Rebellion, reported to date, Jan. 1, 1866. By 
John W. King. 

Zanesville, Ohio. 1866. 8vo. pp. 42. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

King, W. C. — Derby, W. P. — Camp Fire Sketches and 
Battlefield Echoes of 61-5. Compiled by W. C. King 
and W. P. Derby, of 27th Mass. Reg., Author of 27th 
History. 

Springfield, Mass.: King, Richardson & Co. 1888. 8vo. pp. 624. 

Kingsbury, David Lansing. — Sully's Exposition against the 
Sioux in 1864. By Lieut. David L. Kingsbury. From 
the Minnseota Historical Society Collections, Vol VIII, 
Part 3. Published May 10, 1898. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 449-462. Presentation copy from Author. 

Kinnear, J. R. — History of the Eighty-sixth Regiment, 

Illinois Volunteer Infantry, during its term of service. 
Chicago. 1866. i2mo. pp. VIII. 139. 

Kirk, Charles Howard. — History of the Fifteenth Pennsyl- 
vania Volunteer Cavalry, which was recruited and known 
as the Anderson Cavalry, in the Rebellion of 1861-1865. 
Edited and compiled by Charles H. Kirk, First Lieutenant 
Company E, assisted by the Historical Committee of the 
Society of the Fifteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry. 

Philadelphia. 1906. 8vo. pp. 784 (2). 

Kirk, Hyland C. — Heavy Guns and Light. A history of the 
4th New York Heavy Artillery. By Hyland C. Kirk, 
assisted by a committee appointed by the Regiment. 

New York: C. T. Dillingham, Publisher, n. d. 8vo. pp. VIII. 661. 

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Kirkland, Frazer. — The Pictorial Book of Anecdotes and 
Incidents of the War of the Rebellion, civil, military, 
naval and domestic, embracing the most brilliant and 
remarkable anecdotal events of the great conflict in the 
United States, heroic, patriotic, political, romantic, 
humorous and tragical, from the time of the memorable 
toast of Andrew Jackson, "The Federal Union it must be 
Preserved," uttered in i860, in presence of the original 
Secession conspirators, to the Assassination of President 
Lincoln and the end of the War, with famous words and 
deeds of women, sanitary and hospital scenes, prison 
experiences, etc. Beautifully illustrated with over 300 
engravings. 

Hartford, Conn. 1866. Ry. 8vo. pp. 705. 

Kirkley, Joseph William. — Adjutant-General's Depart- 
ment. Itinerary of the Army of the Potomac and co- 
operating forces in the Gettysburg Campaign, June and 
July, 1863, and organization of the Army of the Potomac 
at the Battle of Gettysburg. Compiled under the 
direction of Brigadier-General Richard C. Drum.Adjutant- 
General U. S. Army, by Joseph W. Kirkley, of the 
Adjutant-General's Office. 

Washington. 1882. 8vo. pp. 26. Autograph note of Author. 

Kirkley, Joseph William. — Adjutant-General's Depart- 
ment. Itinerary of the Army of the Potomac and co- 
operating forces in the Gettysburg Campaign, June 5, 
July 31, 1863. Organization of the Army of the Potomac 
and Army of Northern Virginia at the Battle of Gettys- 
burg, and return of casualties in the Union and Con- 
federate forces. Compiled under the direction of Briga- 
dier-General Richard C. Drum, Adjutant-General U. S. 
Army. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1888. 8vo. pp. 69. 

Third edition. 

Kirkley, Joseph William. — Adjutant-General's Depart- 
ment. 

1. Itinerary of the Army of the Potomac and Co-operative Forces 
in the Gettysburg Campaign, June and July, 1863, and Organiza- 
tion of the Army of the Potomac at the Battle of Gettysburg. 
Compiled under the direction of Brigadier-General Richard C. 
Drum, Adjutant-General U. S. Army. By Joseph W. Kirkley, 
of the Adjutant-General's Office, pp. 26. Washington.. 1882. 

2. Itinerary of the Army of the Potomac * * pp. 36. Washington. 
1882. 

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3. Return of Casualties in the Union and Confederate Forces, 
pp. 70. Washington. 1886. (Second edition). 

4. Organization of the Army of the Potomac and Army of Northern 
Virginia at the Battle of Gettysburg; and return of casualties in 
the Union and Confederate Forces. June 5,-July 31, 1863. 
pp. 69. (Third edition.) 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1888. 8vo. 

Kirkley, Joseph William. — Commanders of Armies, Military- 
Divisions, Departments and Corps, during the Rebellion. 
"Memorandum for office use only." 

Washington: Adjutant-General's Office. 1875. Sm. 8vo. pp. — 
Autograph note of Author. 

Kirkley, Joseph William. — Information obtained from the 
records of the Engineer Department, and other official 
sources in relation to Fortress Monroe. Memorandum 
printed for office use only. 

Washington: Adjt.-Gen. Office. 1875. 8vo. pp. — 50 copies printed. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Kirkley, Joseph William. — Itinerary of the Army of the 
Potomac and Co-operating forces in the Gettysburg 
Campaign, June and July, 1863, and organization of the 
Army of the Potomac at the Battle of Gettysburg. By 
Joseph W. Kirkley. 

Washington. 1882. 8vo. pp. 36. 50 copies printed. 

"Edition containing the roster of Regimental Commanders." 

Kirkley, Joseph William. — Itinerary of the Army of the 
Potomac and co-operating forces in the Gettysburg 
Campaign, June and July, 1863. Organization of the 
Army of the Potomac at the Battle of Gettysburg, and 
return of casualties in the Union and Confederate forces. 
By Joseph W. Kirkley. 

Washington. 1886. 8vo. pp. 70. (Second edition.) 

Kirkley, Joseph William. — Local Designations of Volunteer 
Organizations in the United States Army during the 
Rebellion i860- 1865. 

Washington: Adjt.-Gen. Office. 1875. 8vo. pp. — 50 copies printed. 

"Memorandum for office use only." Autograph letter of Author. 

Kirkley, Joseph William. — Maryland Volunteers in the 

Union Army, 1861-1865. By Joseph W. Kirkley. 
Georgetown, D. C. 1878. 8vo. pp. IV. 15. 50 copies printed. 
Autograph letter of Author. 

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Kirkley, Joseph William. — Statistical Exhibit of Deaths 
in the United States Army during the late war. Compiled 
under the direction of Brigadier-General Richard C. 
Drum, Adjutant-General U. S. Army, by Joseph W. 
Kirkley. 

Washington. 1885. 8vo. pp. 17. 100 copies printed. 

Kirkpatrick, William Sebring — Beaver, James Adams. 

1. Argument of Hon. William S. Kirkpatrick, Attorney-General of 
Pennsylvania, before the Committee on War Claims, Fifty-first 
Congress, on behalf of House Bill 750. pp. 63. 

2. Remarks of Governor James A. Beaver, introductory to the con- 
sideration of House Bill 750. pp. 8. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 1890. 8vo. 

Kissick, Robert. — Robert E. Lee. 

(Oskaloosa, Iowa. 1907.) 8vo. pp. 3. 

Headquarters Patriotic Instructor Department of Iowa, Grand Army of the 

Republic. 

Kitching, John Benjamin. — "More Than Conqueror," or 
Memorials of Col. J. Howard Kitching, Sixth N. Y. Art. 
Army of Potomac. 

Cambridge: Riverside Press. 1873. l2mo. pp. VIII. 239. 

Knauss, William H. — The Story of Camp Chase. A history 
of the prison and its cemetery, together with other ceme- 
teries where Confederate prisoners are buried, etc. By 
William H. Knauss. 

Nashville, Tenn. : Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 

1906. 8vo. pp. XX. 1-407. 

Kniffin, Gilbert Crawford. — Army of the Cumberland and 
the Battle of Stone River, from a forthcoming history of 
"Kentucky in the War." By G. C. Kniffin, late Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel on the Staff of Major-General Thomas L. 
Crittenden. 

Washington, D. C: The National Tribune, December 31, 1881, to January 28, 

1882. i2mo. pp. (94). (Mounted.) 

Kniffin, Gilbert Crawford. — Assault and Capture of 

Lookout Mountain. "The Battle above the Clouds." 
By G. C. Kniffin, Lt.-Col. U. S. Vols. 

(Extracts.) Washington, D. C: Gibson Brothers. 1895. 8vo. pp. 16. 

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Kniffin, Gilbert Crawford. — The Life and Services of Major- 
General George H. Thomas. A paper read before the 
District of Columbia Commandery of the Military Order 
of the Loyal Legion of the United States, April 6, 1887, 
by Companion Gilbert C. Kniffin, Lieutenant-Colonel 
U. S. Volunteers. 

Washington, D. C. : Judd & Detweiler, Printers. 1887. 8vo. pp.21. 

Knight, Edward Henry. — The Union War. Chart and 

Statistics. 
New York. 1866. Folio. Folded. 

Knox, Thomas Wallace. — Boys' Life of General Grant. 

By Thomas W. Knox. Illustrated. 
New York: The Merriam Company. 8vo. pp. 420. 

Knox, Thomas Wallace. — Camp Fire and Cotton Field, 
Southern adventure in time of war. Life with the Union 
Armies and residence on a Louisiana plantation, with 
illustrations. 

New York: Blelock & Co. 1865. 8vo. pp. — 

Knox, Thomas Wallace. — Decisive Battles Since Waterloo. 

The most important military events from 1815 to 1887. 

By Thomas W. Knox. Illustrated. 
New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1887. 8vo. pp. X. 1-447. 

Knox, Thomas Wallace. — The Lost Army. By Thomas W. 

Knox. Illustrated. 
New York: The Merriam Company, n. d. l2mo. pp. 296. 

Kountz, John S. — Vicksburg National Military Park Com- 
mission. Record of the Organizations engaged in the 
campaign, siege and defense of Vicksburg. Compiled 
from the Official Records by John S. Kountz, Secretary 
and Historian of the Commission. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1901. 8vo. pp. 72. (Map.) 

Kramer, Samuel. — Maryland and the Glorious Old Third 
in the War for the Union. Reminiscences in the life of 
her Militant Chaplain and Major Samuel Kramer, by 
his esteemed friend and co-laborer. 

Washington: T. J. Brashears, Printer. 1882. 8vo. pp. 40. 

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Kratz, Arthur. — La Guerre D' Amerique resume des operations 
Militaires et Maratimes par Arthur Kratz, Auditeur au 
Conseil d' Etat Accompagne de 3, cartes colorees. 

Paris: Arthur Bertrand. 1866. 8vo. pp. 116. 

Kreutzer, William. — Notes and Observations made during 
four years of service with the Ninety-eighth N. Y. Volun- 
teers in the War of 1861. By William Kreutzer, Colonel. 

Philadelphia. 1878. 8vo. pp. 368. Autograph note of Author. 

Kansas. Eighteenth and Nineteenth Regiments of Kansas 

Cavalry Volunteers. 
53d Congress, 3d Session, House of Representatives. Report 1945. 
pp. 4. Bill pp. 2. 

Kansas. Public Documents of the State of Kansas for the Year 
1862. Official Reports relating to the Kansas Regiments, 
with losses in the Battle of Springfield, 1861. 

Lawrence, Kansas. 1862. 8vo. pp. 65-80. 

Kansas. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Kansas, 

i86i-'65. Vol. I. (Reprinted by authority.) 
Topeka: The Kansas State Printing Company. 1896. 8vo. pp. 654. 294. 

Kansas. Report of the Adjutant-General. 

1. Topeka, Dec. 31, 1863. pp. 94-147 (1). 

2. For the year 1864. Leavenworth. 1865. pp. 119. (Roster 

I-7I3-) 

3. Topeka. Nov. 30, 1865. pp. 22. Supplemental Report pp. (2). 

4. Vol. I. 1865-1866. Leavenworth. 1867. pp. XLVIII. (2). 
Roster, 1-1109. Addenda and Errata to Volume I. pp. VII. 

8vo. 2 Vols. 

Letter of Secretary of War showing No. of Kansas troops, etc. 

Senate Ex. Document No. 32. 1864. pp. 4. inserted. 

Kansas. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of 

Kansas. 
Vol.1. 1861-1865. 8vo. pp. XLVIII. (1) 1-1 109. VII. 
Vol. II. 1861-1865. 8vo. pp. 680. 
Leavenworth, Kansas: W. S. Burke. 1 867-1 870. 
(Of Vol. II. two copies are in existence.) 

Kentucky. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of 
Kentucky, printed by authority of the Legislature of 
Kentucky. 

Frankfort, Ky. 1867. 

4to. Vol. I. pp. VII. 1-985. Vol. II. pp. 1-981. 178. 1861-1866. 

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Kentucky. Report of the Adjutant-General, 
i. Jan. 17, 1861. pp. 15. 

2. 1862. pp. (1) 199. n. p. 

3. Jan. 20, 1863. pp. 3-6. 

4. (1864.) Frankfort, 1864. pp. 232. 

5. 1864-5. Frankfort, Ky. 1866. pp. 8. 
8vo. 3 Vols. 

Key to the Painting and Engraving of the Battle of Gettysburg. 

"Repulse of I^ongstreet's Assault," July 3, 1863. 
n. d. 4to. (Folded.) 

Knapsack, The. A Daily Journal of the Seventh Regiment. 

New Armory Fair. 
Vol. I., Nos. 1-18, November 17 to December 6, 1879. Folio. 



LaBree, Ben. — Camp Fires of the Confederacy. A volume 
of humorous anecdotes, reminiscences, deeds of heroism, 
thrilling narratives, campaigns, hand to hand fights, bold 
dashes, terrible hardships endured, imprisonments, hair- 
breadth escapes. Exploits of scouts and spies, perilous 
journeys, daring raids, boarding and capturing vessels, 
sea fights, tragic events, etc. Confederate poems and 
selected songs, illustrated. Edited by Ben LaBree. 

Louisville, Ky. : Courier Journal Job Printing Company. 1898. 4to. pp. — 

Laboulaye, Edouard. — Les Etats Unis et la France. 
Paris: E. Dentue. 1862. 8vo. pp. 72. 

Laciar, J. D. — Patriotism of Carbon County, Pa., and what 
her people contributed during the war for the preservation 
of the Union. By J. D. Laciar. 

Mauch Chunk, Pa. 1867. 8vo. pp. VIII. 9-120. 

Lamar, Joseph R. — Address by Hon. Joseph R. Lamar, of 
Augusta, Georgia, delivered on Memorial Day, April, 
1902, at Athens, Georgia, Now reprinted by request of 
New York City friends with an introduction by Albert 
Shaw. 

n. p. 1902. i2mo. pp. 48. 

Lamar, Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus. — Speech of Hon. 

L. Q. C. Lamar, of Miss., on the state of the country. 

Delivered in the Atheneum, Atlanta, Ga., Thursday, 

by A. E. Marchall. 
Atlanta, Ga.: J. J. Toon & Co., Publishers. 1864. i2mo. pp. 30. 

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Lamb, John. — Malvern Hill (July i, 1862). An address 
delivered before Picket Camp, Confederate Veterans, 
Richmond, Virginia, on March 8, 1897. By Hon. John 
Lamb. Reprint from "The State," of March 31, 1897. 

Richmond: James E. Goods Printing Company. 1897. 8vo. pp. 21. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — Abraham Lincoln, 1809- 1909. 
Lincoln Literature. Address by William H. Lambert, 
Brevet Major U. S. V., before the Commandery of the 
State of Pennsylvania Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion Memorial Meeting, February 3, 1909. 

n. p. n. d. Sm. 4to. pp. 16. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — Abraham LiNCOLN.Commander 
in-Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States. 
Annual Oration delivered before the Society of the Army 
of the Potomac, by William H. Lambert, at Pittsburgh, 
October 11, 1899. 

n. p. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 19. 

Privately printed. Presentation copy from Major Lambert. 

Lambert, William Harrison — McCook, Henry Christopher. 

— Abraham Lincoln. Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion of the United States Commandery of the State of 
Pennsylvania Memorial Meeting, February 3, 1909. 
"Lincoln and His Veterans." Companion Chaplain 
Henry C. McCook, D. D., LL. D. "Lincoln Literature," 
Companion Brevet Major William H. Lambert. 
(Philadelphia.) 1909. 8vo. pp. 19. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — Abraham Lincoln, 1809- 1909. 
Address delivered before the Union League of Philadelphia, 
by William H. Lambert, February 12, 1909. "Lincoln 
the Honest Man, Abolished Slavery, Re-established the 
Union, Saved the Republic, Without Veiling the Statue 
of Liberty." From the inscription on Gold Medal pre- 
sented by forty thousand Frenchmen to the widow of 
Abraham Lincoln. 

(Philadelphia. 1909.) 8vo. pp. 24. Autograph note of Author. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — Address before Post No. 2, 
Dept. of Penna., Grand Army of the Republic, by William 
H. Lambert, at Monument Cemetery, Philadelphia, 
Decoration Day, May 30, 1879. 

Philadelphia: Culbertson & Bache. 1879. Ry. 8vo. pp. 12. 

100 copies privately printed. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

458 



Lambert, William Harrison.— George Henry Thomas. 
Oration before the Society of the Army of the Cumberland, 
at Rochester, N. Y., September 17, 1884, by William H. 
Lambert. 

Philadelphia. 1884. 8vo. pp. 54. 65 copies printed. 
Autograph note of Author. 28 engravings and portraits inserted. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — George Henry Thomas. 
Oration before the Society of the Army of the Cumberland, 
at Rochester, N. Y., September 17, 1884, by William H. 
Lambert. 

Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co. 1885. 8vo. pp. 41. 100 copies printed. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — Major General George H. 

Thomas. An address by William H. Lambert. 
Philadelphia: John H. Culbertson & Co., Printers. 1880. 4to. pp. 22. 
50 copies printed No. 4. Autograph note of Author. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — Major-General George G. 

Meade. An address by William H. Lambert. 
Philadelphia: Samuel P. Town, Printer. 1880. 8vo. pp. 9. 
(Portrait of Gen. Meade, rare proof, inserted.) 100 copies privately printed. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — Major-General Winfield 
Scott Hancock. Oration at the National Cemetery, 
Gettysburg, May 29, 1886, by William H. Lambert. 

Philadelphia. 1886. 8vo. pp. 25. 125 copies privately printed. 
Autograph letter of Gen. Hancock. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — Memorial Day. Oration of 
William H. Lambert at the National Cemetery, Arlington, 
Va., May 30, 1883. 

Philadelphia. 1883. 8vo. pp. 20. 125 copies printed. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — The American Navy. An 

address by William H. Lambert. 
Philadelphia: Culbertson & Bache, Printers. 1880. 8vo. pp. 9. 
200 copies privately printed. 13 rare engravings inserted. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — Reply to the toast "Sherman's 
Army," by Major Wm. H. Lambert, at the banquet of the 
Society of the Army of the Cumberland, St. George's 
Hall, Philadelphia, July 7, 1876. 

(Philadelphia. 1876.) i2mo. pp. (4). 

Presentation copy. Autograph note and portrait of Gen. Sherman from private 

plate inserted. 

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Lambert, William Harrison. — The Gettysburg Address. 
When written, how received, its true form. By Major 
William H. Lambert. Reprinted from The Pennsylvania 
Magazine of History and Biography, October, 1909. 

Philadelphia. 1909. 8vo. pp. (9) 1-27 (20). 

Autograph letter of Author. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — The Gettysburg Address. 
When written, how received, its true form. By Major 
William H. Lambert. Reprint from the Pennsylvania 
Magazine of History and Biography, October, 1909. 

Philadelphia: Printed by J. B. Lippincott Company. 1909. 

8vo. pp. (5) 1-27. Presentation copy from Author. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — Versions of the Gettysburg 
Address cited by Major William H. Lambert, in his paper 
entitled, "The Gettysburg Address — When Written, 
How Received, Its True Form." Read before the Com- 
mandery of the State of Pennsylvania, Military Order of 
the Loyal Legion of the United States, February 14, 1906, 
and before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 
February 8, 1909. 

n. p. n. d. i6mo. pp. VI. (2). 

Autograph note of Author and newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — Addresses and Orations. 

1. Reply to the toast "Sherman's Army," by Major Wm. H. Lambert, 
at the banquet of the Society of the Army of the Cumberland, St. 
George's Hall, Philadelphia, July 7, 1876. pp. (4). (Philadelphia. 
1876.) 

2. Address before Post No. 2, Dept. of Penna., Grand Army of the 
Republic, by William H. Lambert, at Monument Cemetery, 
Philadelphia, Decoration Day, May 30, 1879. pp. 12. 100 
copies privately printed. Philadelphia : Culbertson & Bache. 1879. 

3. The American Navy. An address by William H. Lambert, pp. 
9. 200 copies privately printed. Philadelphia: Culbertson & 
Bache. 1880! 

4. Major-General George G. Meade. An address by William H. 
Lambert, pp. 9. 100 copies privately printed. Philadelphia: 
Samuel P. Town, Printer. 1880. 

5. Memorial Day. Oration of William H. Lambert at the National 
Cemetery, Arlington, Va., May 30, 1883. pp. 20. 125 copies 
printed. Philadelphia. 1883. 

6. George Henry Thomas. Oration before the Society of the Army 
of the Cumberland at Rochester, N. Y., September 17, 1884, by 
William H. Lambert, pp. 41. 100 copies printed. Cincinnati: 
Robert Clarke & Co. 1885. 

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7. Major-General Winfield Scott Hancock. Oration at the National 
Cemetery, Gettysburg, May 29, 1886, by William H. Lambert, 
pp. 25. 125 copies privately printed. Philadelphia. 1886. 

8. 1809-1909. Abraham Lincoln. Address delivered before the 
Union League of Philadelphia, by William H. Lambert, February 
12, 1909. pp. 24. (Philadelphia. 1909.) 

8vo. 1 Vol. Only six sets. 

Lambert, William Harrison. — (Catalogue of the) Library 
of the late Major William H. Lambert, of Philadelphia. 
Part 1. Lincolniana. First section. Jan. 14-16, 1914. pp. 124. (Priced.) 
Part n. Civil War. Mar. 9-10, 1914. pp. 127. (Priced). 
New York: Metropolitan Art Association. 1914. 4to. 300 copies printed. 

LaMotte, Charles Eugene. — Delaware's War History. 

(An account of the organization of the First Regiment of 

Delaware Volunteers.) 
Wilmington: The Home Weekly, Sat., Nov. 7, 1885, to Dec. 12, 1885, inclusive. 
i2mo. pp. (37). 

Lanard, Thomas S. — History of the Infantry Battalion State 
Fencibles of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the Gate 
City Guard of Atlanta, Ga., and its peaceful invasion of 
the North, 1879. An account of the Infantry Battalion 
State Fencibles detailed as an escort to the Mayor and 
Committee of Councils of the City of Philadelphia to 
participate in the ceremony incident to the unveiling of 
the Peace Monument, by the Old Guard of the Gate City 
Guard at Atlanta, Ga., October, 191 1. By Captain and 
Adjutant Thomas S. Lanard. 

Philadelphia, n. d. 8vo. pp. 9-199. 

Lanard, Thomas S. — One Hundred Years with the State 
Fencibles. A history of the First Company State 
Fencibles, Infantry Corps and the Old Guard State 
Fencibles, 1813-1913. By Thomas S. Lanard, Captain 
and Adjutant Infantry Battalion State Fencibles. 

Philadelphia: Nields Company. 1913. 

8vo. pp. XVII. 1-436. Appendix I.-LXIII. 

Lane, E. H. — The Soldiers' Record of Jericho, Vermont, 

prepared by E. H. Lane, published by vote of the town. 
Burlington: R. S. Styles, Printer. 1868. i2mo. pp. 47. 

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Laney, H. — Laney's Gettysburg Battlefield and its Monu- 
ments, illustrated. A guide book and souvenir. Con- 
taining a beautiful photo-etching of every monument on 
the field, in its consecutive order, according to the route 
taken by the guides, besides every other scene of interest — 
in all, three hundred and seventy-three pictures. 

Cumberland, Md.: Designed and executed by the Laney Souvenir Company. 
Sm. 4to. oblong, pp. (50). 

Lang, Theodore F. — Loyal West Virginia from 1861 to 1865, 
with an introductory chapter on the Status of Virginia 
for thirty years prior to the War. By Theodore F. Lang, 
Major 6th W. Va. Cavalry and Brevet Colonel. 

(Motto.) Baltimore, Md. : The Deutsch Publishing Co. 1895. 
4to. pp. XIX. 1 -38 1. 

Langdon, Loomis Lyman. — The Relief of Fort Pickens, 
Florida. The First Expedition. By Brigadier-General 
Loomis L. Langdon, United States Army. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, Sept.-Oct., 1909. pp. 267-296. 

Lannian, Charles. — Journal of Alfred Ely, a prisoner of 

war in Richmond. 
New York. 1862. i2mo. pp. — 

Lapham, William Berry. — My Recollections of the War of 
the Rebellion. By William B. Lapham, Brevet Major 
U. S. Volunteers. 

Augusta, Maine: Burleigh & Flynt, Printers. 1892. i2mo. pp. 240. 
Privately printed. 

Lapham, William Berry. — With the Seventh Maine 
Battery. By Brevet Major William B. Lapham. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 145-160. 

Lare, W. A. — Hartzell, W. M. — The Rebellion Record of 
Allegheny County from April, 1861, to October, 1862, 
containing the narrative of the organization of companies 
and regiments, the pecuniary aid tendered by corporations 
and individuals; the history of the home guards; the 
operation of the draft and the list of exempts, and much 
valuable matter relative to the subject. 

Pittsburgh. 1862. 8vo. pp. 48. 24. 

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Larke, Julian K. — General Grant and his Campaigns, by 
Julian K. Larke, illustrated with a portrait on steel and 
views of the surrender of Fort Donelson and Vicksburg, 
and the Battles at Pittsburg Landing and Chattanooga. 

(Motto.) New York: J. C. Derby and N. C. Miller. 1864. 
l2mo. pp. 469. Appendix 40. 

Larke, Julian K. — Strong's Pictorial and Biographical 
Record of the Great Rebellion, containing sketches of 
departed heroes, prominent personages of the past, facts, 
incidents and stories connected with that important epoch 
of the history of America. Illustrated with 265 portraits. 
Compiled and edited by Julian K. Larke, A. M. 

New York: T. W. Strong, n. d. Folio, pp. 288. 

Larke, Julian K. — The Life of Gen. P. H. Sheridan, the 
Hero of the Shenandoah, by Julian K. Larke. 

New York: T. R. Dawley, Publisher. (1864.) i2mo. pp. 108. 

Larke, Julian K. — Patton, Jacob Harris. — General U. S. 
Grant : His early life and military career, with an account 
of his presidential administration and tour around the 
world. By J. K. Larke and Prof. J. Harris Patton. 

New York: Thomas Kelly, Publisher. 1885. 8vo. pp. IV.-572. 

Larnard, Charles William. — History of the Battle Monument 
at West Point, together with a list of the names of those 
inscribed upon and commemorated by it and of the original 
subscribers thereto. Prepared by Charles M. Larnard, 
Professor U. S. Military Academy, Secretary of the 
Building Committee, to which is added a description of 
the quarrying, working, transportation and erection of the 
shaft by Edward F. Miner. 

West Point, New York. 1898. 8vo. pp. (4) 1-237 (2). 

Larned, J. N. — American Library Association Annotated 
Lists. The Literature of American History. A Bibli- 
ographical Guide. In which the scope, character and 
comparative worth of books in selected lists are set forth 
in brief notes by critics of authority. Edited for the 
American Library Association. By J. N. Larned. 

Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1902. 8vo. pp. IX. 1-596. 
"Period of the Civil War i860- 1865." pp. 213-260. 

463 



Lathrop, D. — The History of the Fifty-ninth Regiment 
Illinois Volunteers, or a three years campaign through 
Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky, 
with a description of the country, towns, skirmishes and 
battles, incidents, casualties, and anecdotes met with on 
the way; and embellished with twenty-four lithographed 
portraits of the officers of the Regiment. By Dr. D. 
Lathrop. 

Indianapolis, Ind.: Hall & Hutchinson. 1865. i2mo. pp. 243. 

Lathrop, George Parsons. — Gettysburg: A Battle Ode Read 
before the Society of the Army of the Potomac, at Gettys- 
burg, on the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Battle, July 
3, 1888. By George Parsons Lathrop. 

New York. 1888. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Lathrop, George Parsons. — History of the Union League of 
Philadelphia from its origin and foundation to the year 
1882. By George Parsons Lathrop. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1884. Ry. 8vo. pp. 170. 

(Contains the history of the Regiments organized by the Union League.) 

Latimer, E. — Idyls of Gettysburg. (Illustrated.) 

Philadelphia. 1872. 8vo. pp. — 

Latrobe, John Hazlehurst Boneval. — Three Great Battles. 

Baltimore: Printed not published by John D. Toy. n. d. 8vo. pp. 35. 
(Battles of Buena Vista, Seven Days, and Gettysburg.) 

Latta, James William. — Was Secession Taught at West 
Point? Read at the Meeting May 5, 1909, by Companion 
Brevet Lieut. -Colonel James W. Latta, U. S. V., Military- 
Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Command- 
ery of the State of Pennsylvania. 

(Philadelphia.) 1909. 8vo. pp. 40. Edition 450 copies. 

Latta, James William. — Address of Gen. James W. Latta, 
President Sedgwick Memorial Association, Thursday, 
May 12, 1887. 

(Philadelphia. 1887.) 8vo. pp. 28. 

Latta, James William. — History of the First Regiment 
Infantry National Guard of Pennsylvania (Gray Reserves) 
1861-1911. By James W. Latta, Major-General National 
Guard of Pennsylvania, retired. 

Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott Company. 1912. 

Ry. 8vo. pp. XV. 1 -81 1. 

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Latta, James William — Dudley, Edgar S. — Was Secession 
Taught at West Point? 

i. Read at the meeting May 5, 1909, by Companion Brevet Lieut.- 
Colonel James W. Latta, U. S. V., Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion of the United States, Commandery of the State of Penn- 
sylvania. (Philadelphia.) 1909. pp. 40. 
2. What the Records show. By Colonel Edgar S. Dudley, Judge- 
Advocate, United States Army. The Century Magazine, August, 
1909. pp. 629-635. 
8vo. 

Luagel, Auguste. — The United States During the War. 

(London printed) New York. 1866. 8vo. pp. — 

Lawrence, Eugene. — Grant on the Battlefield. 

Harper's Magazine, July, 1869. pp. — 

Lawrence, George. — Border and Bastille. By the author 

of "Guy Livingston." 
London: Tinsley Brothers. 1863. 8vo. pp. X.-277. Third edition revised. 

Lawrence, William R. — Address Delivered in the Supreme 
Court Room, State Capitol Building, Springfield, Illinois, 
on the occasion of the Tenth Annual Reunion of Sur- 
vivors, 73d Regt. 111. Vol. Inft., Tuesday, September 29, 
1896, by William R. Lawrence, late Lieut. Co. C, Dan- 
ville, 111. 

n. p. (1896.) 8vo. pp. 7. 

Lawson, Albert. — War Anecdotes and Incidents of Army 
Life. Reminiscences from both sides of the conflict 
between the North and South. 

Cincinnati: Albert Lawson. 1888. 8vo. pp. 152 (1). 

Lawton, Alexander Robert — Circular Quartermaster Gen- 
eral's Office, C. S. A., Richmond, April 1, 1864. 
i2mo. pp. 21. 

Lawton, Eba Anderson. — Major Robert Anderson and Fort 

Sumter, 1861. By Eba Anderson Lawton. 
New York: The Knickerbocker Press. 191 1. 8vo. pp. 19. 

Lea, Homer. — The Valor of Ignorance. By Homer Lea. 

With specially prepared maps. 
New York and London: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. (1909.) 
8vo. pp. XXIII. 1-343 (i)- 

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Leary, Peter Jr. — United States Artillery School, Fort 
Monroe, Va., 1880, Department of Military History, etc. 
A series of tables showing the allowance of transportation 
required for an Army Corps and its principal Sub-divisions, 
compiled from S. O. No. 37. Headquarters Armies of 
the United States, City Point, Va., February 23d, 1865, 
by First Lieut. Peter Leary, Jr., 4th Art'y- 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 6. 50 copies printed. 

Lecomte, Ferdinand. — Campagnes de Virginie et Je Maryland 
en 1862. Documents officiels soumis au congres traduits 
de 1' Anglais avec introduction et annotations par 
Ferdinand Lecomte. Avec Cartes (2). 

Paris: Ch. Tanera. 1863. 8vo. pp. VIII. I. 218. (Errata.) 

Lecomte, Ferdinand. — Guerre de la Secession esquisse des 
evenements militaires et politiques des Etats-Unis de 
1 861 a 1865. par Ferdinand Lecomte. Avec six croquis. 

Paris: Ch. Tanera, Editeur. 1866-67. Ry. 8vo. 

Tome I. pp. 288. II. pp. 390. III. pp. 312. 

Lecomte, Ferdinand. — The War in the United States. 
Report to the Swiss Military Department; preceded by a 
discourse to the Federal Military Society assembled at 
Berne, Aug. 18, 1862, by Ferdinand Lecomte. Translated 
from the French. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1863. i2mo. pp. 148. 

Lee, Alfred Emory. — Chancellorsville and the Eleventh 
Army Corps. By General Alfred E. Lee. 

Philadelphia: The Press. (Chap. I.-IV.) Aug. 31 to Oct. 5, 1887. 
i2mo. pp. (50). 

Lee, Alfred Emory. — The Battle of Gettysburg. By 
Alfred E. Lee. Illustrated with twenty full page engrav- 
ings of the Ohio Memorials. 

Columbus, Ohio: A. H. Smythe. 1888. 8vo. pp. 142. 

Lee, C. H. — The Judge Advocate's Vade Mecum, embracing 
a general view of Military law and the practice before 
Courts-Martial of the Army and Navy with an epitome of 
the law of evidence as applicable to military and naval 
trials. By C. H. Lee. 

Richmond: West & Johnston. 1864. 8vo. pp. 308. 

Second edition, revised and enlarged. 

466 



Lee, Fitzhugh. — Chancellorsville. Address of Gen. Fitz- 
hugh Lee, before the Virginia Division of the Army of 
Northern Virginia, at their Annual Meeting, held in the 
Capitol in Richmond, Va., Oct. 29th, 1869. 

Richmond: Geo. W. Gray. 1870. 8vo. pp. 44. 

Lee, Fitzhugh. — Great Commanders: General Lee. By 

Fitzhugh Lee, his nephew and Cavalry Commander. 
New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1894. i2mo. pp. 433. 

Lee, Fitzhugh. — Makers of American History: General Lee. 

By Fitzhugh Lee, his nephew and Cavalry Commander. 
New York: J. A. Hill & Company. 1904. i2mo. pp. 433 (Map.) 

Lee, Guy Carleton.— The True History of the Civil War. 
By Guy Carleton Lee, Ph. D., of Johns Hopkins University 
With twenty-four illustrations and maps. * * * * 

Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott Company. 1903. i2mo. pp. 421. 

Lee, J. K. — The Volunteers Hand Book, containing an 
abridgement of Hardee's Infantry Tactics, adapted to the 
use of the percussion musket in squad and company 
exercises, manual of arms for riflemen and United States 
Army regulations as to parades, reviews, inspections, 
guard-mounting, etc., by Capt. J. K. Lee, of the First 
Regiment of Virginia Volunteers. 

Richmond, Va.: West & Johnston. 1861. i8mo. pp. 96. 

Lee, Robert Edward. 

Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, Feb.-July, 1896. pp. — 

Lee, Robert Edward. — General Lee's Final Report of the 
Pennsylvania Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg, from 
the original manuscript now first printed, communicated 
by William Swinton, Esq. 

The Historical Magazine, Vol. V. February, 1869. pp. 97-105. Second Series. 

Lee, Robert Edward. — Recollections and Letters of General 
Robert E. Lee, by his son, Captain Robert E. Lee, with 
photogravure portraits. 

New York: Doubleday, Page & Company. 1904. Ry. 8vo. pp. XII. 1-461. 

Autograph of Gen. Robert E. Lee endorsing the case of Major J. W. Bell 

March 14, 1865, also letter from Senator John W. Daniel relating to the book. 

Lee, Robert Edward. — In Memoriam. A Tribute of Respect 

offered by the Citizens of Louisville. 
Louisville: Printed by John P. Morton & Company. 1870. 
Ry. 8vo. pp. 44. 

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Lee, Robert Edward. — Robert E. Lee. In Memoriam, a 

tribute of respect offered by Citizens of Louisville. 
(Motto.) Louisville. 1870. 4to. pp. 45. 



Lee, Robert Edward. — Report of General Robert E. Lee, and 
subordinate reports of the Battle of Chancellorsville ; also 
reports of Major-General J. E. B. Stuart and Brigadier- 
General Fitzhugh Lee, of Cavalry engagements at 
Kelleysville, also report of Brigadier-General W. H. T. 
Lee, and subordinates, of Cavalry operations of the 14th 
and 15th of April, 1863. Published by order of Congress. 

Richmond: R. M. Smith, Public Printer. 1864. 8vo. pp. 144 (5). 

Lee, Robert Edward — Smith, Edmund Kirby — Jones, 
David Rumple. — Report of General Robert E. Lee of 
operations at Rappahannock Bridge; also report of 
Lieut.-Gen. E. K. Smith, of operations in Lower Louisiana 
and report of Major-General Jones, of engagement at 
Rogersville, Tennessee. Published by order of Congress. 

Richmond: R. M. Smith. 1864. 8vo. pp. 61. 

Lee, Stephen Dill. — The Campaign of Vicksburg, Mississippi, 
in 1863, from April 15 to and including the Battle of 
Champion Hills, or Baker's Creek, May 16, 1863, by 
Stephen D. Lee. 

Oxford, Mississippi. 1900. 8vo. pp. 21-75. 

Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society. Vol. III. 

Lee, Susan Pendleton. — Memoirs of William Nelson Pendleton, 
D. D., Rector of Latimer Parish, Lexington, Virginia; 
Brigadier-General C. S. A.; Chief of Artillery, Army of 
Northern Virginia. By his daughter, Susan P. Lee. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company. 1893. 8vo. pp. 490. 

Lee, William O. — Michigan in the War 1861-1865. Com- 
pliments of Wm. Sanborn G. A. R. Post, Port Huron, 
Michigan. Compiled by William O. Lee, Commander. 

n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 7. 

Leeds, S. P. — Address at the funeral of Capt. Lorenzo D. Gove, 
slain by Rebels in Virginia, delivered in the Congregational 
Church at Dartmouth College, by S. P. Leeds, Pastor. 

Hanover, N. H.: Printed at Dartmouth Press. 1863. 8vo. pp. 12. 

468 



Legg, Chester Arthur. — A Collection of Addresses and 
papers describing the services rendered by the Board of 
Trade of the City of Chicago in the Civil War. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 35. 

Leggett, Mortimer Dormer. — The Battle of Atlanta. A 
paper read by General M. D. Leggett, before the Society 
of the Army of the Tennessee, October 18, 1883, at 
Cleveland. 

n. p. John A. Davis, Printer. (1883.) 8vo. pp. 28. 

Leggett, Mortimer Dormer. — The Military and the Mob. 
A paper read before the Ohio Commandery of the Military 
Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, by 
Companion Mortimer D. Leggett, late Maj.-Gen. U. S. 
Vols. May 7, 1884. 

Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson. 1884. 8vo. pp. 10. 

Legion, Francaise. — Ordre du Jour. 

Nouvelle Orleans. 2, Decembre, 1861. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Legrand, Louis. — The Life of Maj.-Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, 
General-in-Chief U. S. A. Including services in Mexico, 
on the Red River Exploration Expedition, on the Pacific 
Railway Survey, on the European Commission, etc. By 
Louis Legrand, M. D. 

New York: Beadle & Company, n. d. i6mo. pp. 98. 

Legrand, Louis. — The Life of Maj.-Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, 
late General-in-Chief U. S. A. Including the Campaign 
in Mexico, the Red River Exploration Expedition, the 
Pacific Railway Survey, the European Commission, etc. 

New York: Beadle & Company, n. d. 48 mo. pp. 98. First edition. 

Lehman, B. B. — Memoir of Major John L. Sherk, late Surgeon 

of 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry. (By B. B. Lehman.) 
Lebanon, Pa.: Worth & Reinoehl, Printers. 1865. 8vo. pp. (1) 12. 

Leib, Charles. — Nine Months in the Quartermaster's 
Department or the chances for making a million. 
Illustrated. 

Cincinnati. 1862. i2mo. pp. 200. 

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Leland, Charles Godfrey. — A Memoir of Chapman Biddle, 
read before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 
March 13, 1882, by Charles Godfrey Leland. 

Philadelphia: Collins, Printer. 1882. 8vo. pp. 24. 

250 copies privately printed. 

Lemmon, John M. — Address of Capt. Jno. M. Lemmon, of 
Clyde, O., delivered at the Reunion of the Seventy- 
second, O. V. I., held at Fremont, O., June 17, 1875. 

Clyde, Ohio. 1876. 8vo. pp. 1 1, 

(Gives a history of the regiment, its officers and their services.) 

Lennox, G. K. — They Saved the Nation. How the proud 
legions went down in the war. 

Harrisburg, Pa.: The Daily Telegraph. Aug. 23, 1895. 
i2mo. pp. (9). Mounted. 

Leonard, A. C. — The Boys in Blue of 1861-1865. A con- 
densed history worth preserving. A C. Leonard, Pub- 
lisher, Lancaster, Pa., Past Commander of Post 405, 
G. A. R., Company F, 54th Regt. P. V. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 68. 

Leonhart, R. — North and South in War and Peace or scenes 
from the latest Rebellion, by R. Leonhart. Written by the 
best German professor in the Western University of 
Pittsburgh. 

Pittsburgh, Pa.: "In the private press of the Author." n. d. i2mo. pp. 593. 

Leser, Frederick. — In Memoriam, Franz Hassendenbel, Colonel 
17th Regiment, Missouri Volunteer Infantry, "Western 
Turner Rifles," 1861. Dem "Col. Franz Hassendenbel 
Post of the Grand Army of the Republic" bei seinem 
Besuche in Philadelphia zur Zeit der 33 Reunion gewidmet 
vom Verfasser. 

(Philadelphia. 1899.) 8vo. pp. 4. 

Leslie, Frank. — Frank Leslie's Illustrated Almanac. 

4to. 1864. pp. 60. 1865. pp. 74. 

Leslie, Frank. — Incidents of the Civil War in America, 

by Frank Leslie. 
New York. 1862. 8vo. pp. 99. 

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Lester, W. W. — Bromwell, William J. — A Digest of the 
Military and Naval Laws of the Confederate States, 
from the Commencement of the Provisional Congress to 
the end of the first Congress under the permanent Con- 
stitution, analytically arranged by Capt. W. W. Lester, 
of the Quartermaster-General's Office, and Wm. J. 
Bromwell, of the Department of State, attorney s-at-law, 
to be continued every session. 

Columbia: Evans & Cogswell. 1864. 8vo. pp. VII. -329. 

Letcher, John. — Communication from the executive of the 
Commonwealth, transmitting a statement of the number 
and rank of the officers of the provisional Army of Virginia. 

Richmond. (June 17, 1861.) 8vo. pp. 11. 

Letteer, Alfred W. — Andersonville. Diary of a prisoner 

from the original manuscript, now first printed. 
The Historical Magazine, Vol. IX. January, 1871. pp. 1-7. Second Series. 

Letterman, Jonathan. — Medical Recollections of the 
Army of the Potomac, by Jonathan Letterman, M. D., 
late Surgeon United States Army, and Medical Director 
of the Army of the Potomac. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1866. 8vo. pp. 194. 

Lewis, George. — The History of Battery E, First Rhode 
Island Light Artillery, in the War of 1861 and 1865, to 
preserve the Union. By George Lewis. Illustrated 
with portraits and maps. 

Providence: Snow & Farnham, Printers. 1892. 8vo. pp. XI. 1-540. 

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Lewis, G. W. — The Campaigns of the 124.TH Regiment Ohio 
Volunteer Infantry, with Roster and Roll of Honor, by 
G. W. Lewis, Medina, O. . - 

Akron, O.: Manufactured by The Werner Company, n. d. 8vo. pp. 285. 

Lewis, H. C. H. — Roster Society 1st Artillery, nth Regiment 
Vermont Volunteers 1890. By H. C. H. Lewis, Secretary. 

Burlington: Free Press Association. 1890. 8vo. pp. 82. 
(Contains Sketch of Regiment.) 

Lewis, Osceola. — History of the One Hundred and Thirty- 
eighth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. 
Norristown. 1866. l2mo. pp. 198. 

Lewis, William H. — Memorials of Edgar B. Lewis, late of the 
Junior Class, Trinity College, and of the 19th Regiment, 
C. V. By William H. Lewis, D. D., Rector of Christ 
Church, Watertown, Conn. 

Hartford: Press of Case, Lockwood & Company. 1863. i6mo. pp. 74. 

Leyburn, John. — The Fall of Richmond, Va. 

Harper's Magazine, June, 1866. pp. — 

Leyden, James Alexander. — A Historical Sketch of the 

Fourth Infantry from 1796 to 1861. 
Fort Sherman, Idaho: Press of the Fourth United States Infantry. 1891. 
Sm. 4to. pp. 20. 

Leyden, James Alexander. — Fourth Regiment of Infantry. 
By Lieut. James A. Leyden, Adjutant 4th U. S. Infantry. 
Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, Jan., 1894. pp. 219-232. 

Leyden, James Alexander. — Register of Commissioned 

Officers of the 4th U. S. Infantry from 1796 to 1890; 
Fort Sherman, Idaho: Press of the Fourth United States Infantry. 1891. 
Sm. 4to. pp. (41). Privately printed. 

Leyden, James Alexander. — Register of Commissioned 
Officers of the Fourth Infantry, from 1796 to 1894. 
Compiled by James A. Leyden, 1st Lieut, and Adjutant 
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Regimental Press Fourth Infantry, n. d. Sm. 4to. pp. 42. 

Privately printed. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

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Lieber, Francis. — Guerilla Parties considered with reference 
to the laws and usages of War. By Francis Lieber, in the 
month of August, 1862. 

New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1862. i2mo. pp. 22. 

Lightsey, Ada Christine. — The Veteran's Story. By Ada 
Christine Lightsey. Dedicated to the heroes who wore 
the gray. 

Meridian, Miss.: The Meridian News, Printers. (1899.) 

8vo. pp. 51. 

Lincoln, Abraham. — Letter to Gen. Hooker, Jan. 26, 1863. 

Washington: War Records Office. 8vo. pp. (1). 10 copies printed. 

Lincoln, Abraham. — A Letter from President Lincoln to 

General Joseph Hooker, January 26, 1863. 
Philadelphia. 1875. i2mo. pp. (6). 45 copies privately printed. 

Lincoln, Abraham. — A Letter from President Lincoln to 

General Joseph Hooker, January 26, 1863. 
Philadelphia. 1879. 8vo. pp. (4). 45 copies privately printed. 
Portraits of Lincoln and Hooker from private plate inserted. 
Autograph letters of Gen. Hooker, Gen. Tyndale, J. Parker Norris, H. H. 
Furness, S. W. Pennypacker, L. P. Smith, E. P. Tobie, Col. Cromelien, Major 
W. H. Hodgkins, Col. Chas. C. Jones, Jr., J. W. M. Lee, Gen. Geo. H. Gordon, 
J. Fletcher Williams, Col. Wm. Brooke Rawle, Col. F. C. Newhall, Col. Theo. 
Lyman, J. W. Kirkley, Major Moses Veale and Comte de Paris. 

Lincoln, Abraham. — Message of the President, in answer 
to a resolution of the Senate of the 26th ultimo. Cor- 
respondence with the rebel authorities in relation to the 
exchange of prisoners. 

Washington. 1864. 38th Congress, 1st Session. Ex. Document No. 17. 

8vo. pp. 74. 

Lincoln, Abraham. — Message from the President of the 
United States transmitting in compliance with the reso- 
lution of February 8th, 1865, information relative to a 
conference held at Hampton Roads with Mess. A. H. 
Stephens, R. M. T. Hunter and J. A. Campbell. 

Washington, D. C. Feb. 10, 1865. 

38th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Ex. Document No. 59. 

8vo. pp. 12. 

Lincoln, Abraham. — President Lincoln's Address at 
Gettysburg. Photographed from the Original Manu- 
script. 

n. p. (1905.) Six copies printed. With title page. Folio, pp. (3). 

473 



Lincoln, Abraham. — The Gettysburg Address. A collec- 
tion of letters and documents relating to the Gettysburg 
Address from Assistant Secretary of War Robt. Shaw 
Oliver, The Quartermaster-General U. S. A., Hon. Robert 
T. Lincoln, Major William H. Lambert, Col. John P. 
Nicholson, pamphlets, newspaper cuttings, etc. 

4to. pp. — Unique collection. 

Autograph letters of Colonel Robert T. Lincoln. 

Lincoln, F. D. — Address delivered at the dedication of the 
Soldiers' Monument at Bimfield, July 4, 1866, by F. D. 
Lincoln. (Appendix Roll of Honor.) 

Southbridge: H. C. Gray. 1866. 8vo. pp. 19. 

Lincoln, Mary Knight. — In Memoriam. Frederick Walker 

Lincoln. 
Boston: Privately printed. 1899. 8vo. pp. 217. 
Autograph letter of Colonel Arnold A. Rand. 

Lincoln, William Sever. — Life with the Thirty-fourth 
Mass. Infantry in the War of the Rebellion, by William 
S. Lincoln, late Colonel of the Regiment and Brevet 
Brigadier-General U. S. Volunteers. 

Worcester: Press of Noyes, Snow & Company. 1879. 

8vo. Photograph C. V. (1) 459. pp. 18. Autograph of Gen. Lincoln. 

Lindsey, T. J. — Ohio at Shiloh. Report of the Commission. 

By T. J. Lindsey, Washington C. H., Ohio, Secretary to 

the Commission. 
(Cincinnati, Ohio. 1903.) 8vo. pp. IV. 1-226. (Map.) 

Lindsley, John Berrian. — The Military Annals of Ten- 
nessee, Confederate, First Series; embracing a review of 
Military Operations, with Regimental Histories and 
Memorial Rolls, compiled from Original and Official 
Sources, and edited by John Berrian Lindsley, M. D., D. D. 

Nashville: J. M. Lindsley & Co., Publishers. 1886. 8vo. pp. 910. 

Printed for Subscribers. Autograph letters of Author. 

Linehan, John C. — Penacook in the War for the Union. 

By John C. Linehan. Read before W. I. Brown Post 

G. A. R., May 30, 1889. 
Concord, N. H. 1889. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Lines, William E. — Sketch of William E. Lines. Interesting 
incidents that prove his undaunted courage — facing 
death at Spotsylvania — What he did at Gettysburg- — 
Story of a Masonic Jewel. 

Wilkes-Barre: The Record, Saturday, November 17, 1894. 8vo. pp. (6). 

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Little, Henry F. W. — 1861-1865. The Seventh Regiment 
New Hampshire Volunteers in the War of the Rebellion. 
By Henry F. W. Little, Lieutenant Seventh N. H. 
Volunteers, Regimental Historian. Illustrated. Pub- 
lished by the Seventh New Hampshire Veteran Associa- 
tion. 

Concord, N. H.: Ira C. Evans, Printer. 1896. 

8vo. pp. XVIII. 1-597. no. XXI. 

Livermore, Mary Ashton. — My Story of the War. A 
Woman's Narrative of Four Years personal experience as 
nurse in the Union Army, and in the relief work at home, 
in hospitals, camps and at the front, during the War of 
the Rebellion, with anecdotes, pathetic incidents and 
thrilling reminiscences portraying the lights and shadows 
of hospital life and the sanitary service of the War, by 
Mary A. Livermore. Superbly illustrated with portraits 
and numerous full page engravings on steel and fine 
chromo-lithograph plates. 

Hartford, Conn.: A. D. Worthington & Company. 1889. 8vo. pp. 700. 

Livermore, Thomas Leonard. — General Thomas in the 
Record. A typewritten copy of an address by Colonel 
Livermore. 

Folio, pp. (84). 

Livermore, Thomas Leonard. — General Thomas in the 
Record. Read before the Military Historical Society of 

Mass. 
4to. pp. 43. (Typewritten. Not printed.) Autograph note of Author. 

Livermore, Thomas Leonard. — History of the Eighteenth 
New Hampshire Volunteers 1864-5. By Thomas L. 
Livermore, Colonel of the Regiment. 

Boston, Mass.: The Fort Hill Press. 1904. 8vo. pp. 124. 

Autograph letter of Col. Livermore. 

Livermore, Thomas Leonard. — Numbers and Losses in the 
Civil War in America 1861-65. By Thomas L. Liver- 
more, Member of the Military Society of Massachusetts, 
and during the War, Major and Brevet Colonel of the 
5th New Hampshire Volunteers and Colonel of the 18th 
New Hampshire Volunteers. 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. 1901. 

8vo. pp. V.- 1 50. (Second edition.) 

Presentation copy. Autograph letter of Author. 

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Livermore, Thomas Leonard. — The Appomattox Campaign. 
An examination of the question whether a captured letter 
of General Lee's disclosed his plan of retreat to General 
Grant. 

Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, March-April, 1906. 

8vo. pp. 87-112. 

Livermore, Thomas Leonard. — The Northern Volunteers, 

by Colonel Thomas L. Livermore. 
Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, September, 1891. pp. 905-937. 

Livermore, William Roscoe. — The Story of the Civil War. 
A concise account of the War in the United States of 
America between 1861 and 1865 in continuation of the 
story by John Codman Ropes. By William Roscoe 
Livermore, Colonel United States Army. ***** With 
Maps and Plans. 
Part 3. The Campaigns of 1863 to July 10th, together with the 

operations on the Mississippi from April, 1862. 
Book 1. Chancellorsville, Operations against Vicksburg, etc. pp. 

XXIV. 1-270. 
Part 3. The Campaigns of 1863 to July 10th, together with the 

operations on the Mississippi from April, 1862. 
Book 2. Vicksburg, Port Hudson, Tallahoma, and Gettysburg, pp. 

XI. 271-521. 
n. p. n. d. Autograph letter of Author. 

Livingstone, R. W. — History of the 11 8th Regt. New York 

Vols. 
Folio Ms. pp. 20. 

Lloyd, Caroline. — A Memorial of Lt. Daniel Perkins Dewey of 

the Twenty-fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers. 
Hartford: Press of Case, Lockwood & Company. 1864. 
i2mo. pp. 126. Portrait. 

Lloyd, William Penn. — History of the First Regiment 
Pennsylvania Reserve Cavalry from its organization 
August, 1 861, to September, 1864, with list of names of all 
officers and enlisted men who ever belonged to the Regi- 
ment, and remarks attached to each name, noting change, 
etc. 

Philadelphia: King & Baird, Printers. 1864. i2mo. pp. 216. 

Locke, Calvin S. — The Patriotic Volunteer. A sermon 
delivered October 19, 1862, at the funeral of George F. 
Whiting, who died at Middletown, Maryland, Oct. 5, 

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from a wound received at the Battle of South Mountain, 
Sept. 14, 1862. By Calvin S. Locke, Minister of the 
Unitarian Society in West Dedham. Printed for the 
Family. 
Boston: Press of John Wilson & Son. 1862. i2mo. pp. 12. 

Locke, E. W. — Three Years in Camp and Hospital. By 

E. W. Locke. 
(Motto.) Boston: Russell & Co. (1870.) i2mo. pp. IX. 408. 

Locke, William Henry. — The Story of the Regiment 
(nth Penna. Vols.), by William Henry Locke, A. M., 
Chaplain. 

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co. 1868. i2mo. pp. XII. -13. 401. 

Lockwood, Henry C. — A Man From Maine. A true history of 
the Army at Fort Fisher, by Colonel Henry C. Lockwood. 
The Maine Bugle, Jan., 1894. pp. 29-71. Autograph letter of Author. 

Lockwood, Henry C. — The Capture of Fort Fisher. 

Atlantic Monthly, May-June, 1871. pp. — 

Lockwood, James D. — Life and Adventures of a Drummer- 
Boy, or Seven Years a soldier. By James D. Lockwood, 
a veteran of the War of the Rebellion. A true story. 

(Extract.) Albany, N. Y.: Published by John Skinner. 1893. i2mo. pp.191. 

Lockwood, John. — Our Campaign Around Gettysburg; 
being a memorial of what was endured, suffered and 
accomplished by the Twenty-third Regiment (N. Y. S. 
N. G.), and other Regiments associated with them, in 
their Pennsylvania and Maryland Campaign, during the 
second rebel invasion of the Loyal States in June- July, 
1863. 

Brooklyn: A. H. Rome & Brothers. 1864. i2mo. pp. 168. 

Lockwood, William H. — History of Battles. Flag Day, 

September 17, 1879. 
Hartford, Conn.: Published by Lockwood & Merritt. 1880. 
Sm. 4to. pp. VIII. 290. 

Lodel, J. M. — Ms. Letters from J. M. Lodel * * * 76th 
Ohio Infantry, Army of the Tennessee, May 25, 1862,- 
July 14, 1863, to Mrs. John Sterling. 

4to. pp. — 

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Lodge, Henry Cabot. — Early Memories. By Henry Cabot 

Lodge. 
(Motto.) New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1913. 8vo. pp. 362. 
(The War 1860-1865. pp. 112-134.) 

Loehr, Charles T. — War History of the Old First Virginia 
Infantry Regiment, Army of Northern Virginia, by 
Charles T. Loehr, Published by request of the Old 
First Virginia Infantry Association. 

Richmond: Wm. Ellis Jones, Printer. 1884. 8vo. pp. 87. 

Logan, India W. P. — Kelion Franklin Peddicord, of Quirk's 
Scouts, Morgan's Kentucky Cavalry, C. S. A. Bio- 
graphical and Autobiographical, together with a general 
biographical outline of the Peddicord Family, by Mrs. 
India W. P. Logan. 

New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company. 1908. 

8vo. pp. 170. 

Logan, John Alexander (Mrs.) — Reminiscences of a Soldier's 
Wife. An autobiography. By Mrs. John A. Logan. 
Illustrated. 

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1913. 8vo. pp. XVI. 1-470. 

Logan, John Alexander. — Speech of Major-General John A. 

Logan on return to Illinois after capture of Vicksburg. 

Reported by "Mack" of the Cincinnati Commercial. 

Loyal Publications of the National Union Association of 

Ohio, No. 4. August, 1863. 
Cincinnati: Caleb Clark, Printer. 1863. 8vo. pp. IV. 32. 

Logan, John Alexander. — The Volunteer Soldier of 
America, by John A. Logan, with memoir of the Author 
and Military Reminiscences from General Logan's 
private journal. » 

Chicago and New York: R. S. Peale & Company, Publishers. 

MDCCCLXXVII. 8vo. pp. XX.-706. 

Logan, John Alexander. — Uncle Daniel's Story of "Tom" 
Anderson and Twenty Great Battles, by an officer of the 
Union Army. 

New York: A. R. Hart & Co., Publishers. 1886. i2mo. pp. 435. 

Logan, Thomas Muldrup. — Oration delivered by Gen. T. M. 
Logan, at the reunion of the Hampton Legion, in Columbia, 
S. C, 21st July, 1875. Published by his friends in 
Charleston, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. : Walker, Evans & Cogswell, Printers. 1875. 8v °- PP- 28. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of Gen. Logan. 

478 



London, H. A. — Memorial Address on the Life and Services 
of Bryan Grimes, a Major-General in the Provisional 
Army of the Confederate States. Delivered on Memorial 
Day, May ioth, 1886, at Raleigh, N. C. By H. A. 
London, Esq., of Pittsboro, N. C. 

Raleigh, N. C: E. M. Uzzell, Steam Printer. 1886. 8vo. pp.22. 

Long, Armistead Lindsay — Wright, Marcus Joseph. — 

Memoirs of Robert E. Lee. His military and personal 
history, embracing a large amount of information hitherto 
unpublished. By A. L. Long, formerly military secretary 
to Gen. Lee, afterward Brig.-Gen. and Chief of Artillery, 
Second Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, together with 
incidents relating to his private life subsequent to the 
War. Collected and edited with the assistance of Marcus 
J. Wright, formerly Brig.-Gen. Army of Tennessee, and 
Agent of the United States for the collection of Confed- 
erate Records. Illustrated. 

New York, Philadelphia and Washington: J. M. Stoddart & Company. 1887. 

Ry. 8vo. pp. 699. In 2 Vols. 

Autograph letters of M. J. Wright, Geo. B. McClellan, A. E. Burnside, Jos. 

E. Johnston, F. J. Porter, James Longstreet, John Pope, Chas. S. Venable, A. 

Pleasonton, W. B. Franklin, D. E. Sickles, G. K. Warren, L. McLaws, H. J. 

Hunt, U. S. Grant, W. J. Hancock, W. T. Sherman, C. M. Wilcox and C. 

Marshall. Autographs of Jas. A. Seddon, G. T. Beauregard, P. H. Sheridan, 

W. Mahone, W. W. Loring, J. A. Early and Geo. G. Meade. Eight maps and 

35 engravings inserted. 

Long, Eli. — (Sketch of) Major-General Eli Long, 
n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 8. 

Long, James Thomas. — Gettysburg: How the Battle was 
Fought. By Captain James T. Long, the Guide and 
Delineator. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 1891. 8vo. pp. 92. 

Long, James Thomas. — Gettysburg Souvenir compiled by 
Capt. James T. Long. The Guide and Delineator, and 
Author of Gettysburg: How the Battle was Fought. 

n. p. n. d. 48mo. pp. 10. 

Long, James Thomas. — Gettysburg Souvenir compiled by 
Capt. James T. Long. The Guide and Delineator, and 
Author of Gettysburg: How the Battle was Fought. 

n. p. n. d. 64mo. pp. 10. 

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Long, James Thomas. — The i6th Decisive Battle of the 

World — Gettysburg. By James T. Long. 
Gettysburg: Compiler Print. (1906.) i2mo. pp. 96. 

Long, James Thomas. — The i6th Decisive Battle of the 

World — Gettysburg. By James T. Long. 
Gettysburg: Compiler. (191 1.) i2mo. pp. 97. 

Long, John Luther. — War, or What Happens When One 
Loves One's Enemy. By John Luther Long. Illustrated 
by N. C. Wyeth. 

Indianapolis: The Bobbs- Merrill Company, Publishers. (1913.) 
8vo. pp. 370 (1). 

Long, Lessel. — Twelve Months in Andersonville. On the 
march — In the battle — In the Rebel prison pens and at 
last in God's Country. By Lessel Long, Private Co. F, 
13th Indiana Infantry. 

Huntington, Ind.: Thad & Mark Butler, Publishers. 1886. 

8vo. pp. 199. Appendix L. 

Long, Mason. — Life of Mason Long; being a record of his 
experiences as a white slave, a soldier in the Union Army, 
a professional gambler, etc. Written by himself. Por- 
trait and other illustrations. 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 1883. i2mo. pp. 280. 

Long, Oscar Fitzaland. — The Quartermaster's Depart- 
ment. By Captain Oscar F. Long, A. Q. M., U. S. Army. 
Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, July, 1894. pp. 867-895. 

Long, Owen M. — Report of Owen,M. Long, M. D., Military 
and Sanitary Agent. (To Governor Richard Yates of 
Illinois. Condition of Illinois troops in the Department 
of the Gulf. Giving names of sick in Hospital, etc., 
Dec. 10, 1864.) 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 8 (1). 

Long, R. H. — Hunt's Gazeteer of the Border and Southern 
States. Containing a full description of the railroad 
routes, turnpike roads, cities, towns, villages, mountains, 
valleys, rivers, springs, etc. A hand book and reliable 
guide for the soldiers, with a fine steel-plate map. By 
R. H. Long, late of the U. S. Army. 

Pittsburgh, Pa.: John P. Hunt. (1863.) 48mo. pp. 272. 

480 



Longs treet, Helen D. — Lee and Longstreet at High Tide. 

Gettysburg in the Light of the Official Records. By 

Helen D. Longstreet. 
Gainesville, Ga.: Published by the Author. 1904. 8vo. pp. 346. 

Longstreet, James. — From Manassas to Appomattox. 
Memoirs of the Civil War in America, by James Long- 
street, Lieutenant-General Confederate Army. Illustrated 
with plates, maps, portraits, and engravings specially 
prepared for this work. 

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company. 1896. 8vo. pp. XXII. 13-690. 
Autograph note of Gen. Longstreet. Cuttings, etc., inserted. 

Longstreet, James. — Gettysburg. The Second Day's fight. 
Letter from General Longstreet, Response to General 
Fitzhugh Lee. Gettysburg. General Longstreet reviews 
General Early's papers. 

New Orleans: Republican. 1876. 8vo. pp. (18). 
Portrait and autograph letter of Gen. Longstreet. 

Longstreet, James. — Report of the engagement of the 5th inst. 
near Williamsburg, Va. Signed James Longstreet, Major- 
General Comdg. "I believe this is a true copy of my 
original report of Williamsburg. J. Longstreet." 

Folio, pp. 13. (Ms.) 

Longstreet, James. — The Campaign of Gettysburg. 

Philadelphia: The Weekly Times. Nov. 3, 1877. 8vo. pp. (33). 

Rare portrait, autograph letter and ms. corrections of Gen. Lonsgtreet inserted. 

Longstreet, James. — The Mistakes of Gettysburg. 

Philadelphia: Weekly Times, Feb. 23, 1878. 8vo. pp. (16). Mounted. 
Autograph letter of Gen. Longstreet. 

Lord, Edward O. — History of the Ninth Regiment New 
Hampshire Volunteers in the War of the Rebellion. 
Edited by Edward O. Lord, A. M. 

Concord, N. H.: Printed by the Republican Press Association. 1895. 
8vo. pp. XII. 1-761. (1) 171. 

Lord, John Chase. — The Dead of the Present War. A 
funeral discourse, delivered at the Central Presbyterian 
Church, Buffalo, N. Y., on Sunday, June 28, 1862, by 
Rev. John C. Lord, D. D. 

Buffalo: Martin Taylor. 1862. 8vo. pp. 28. 

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Lord, Theodore A. — A Summary of the Case of General 

Fitz-John Porter, by Theodore A. Lord. 
San Francisco: H. S. Crocker & Co. 1883. 8vo. pp. 84. 
(First Edition 500 Copies printed contains the note reflecting on Gen. Grant 
which was suppressed in subsequent editions.) 
Autograph letter of Author. 

Loring, Charles W. — A Trip to Antietam. 

The Continental Monthly, February, 1863. pp. — 

Loring, George Bailey. — An Oration delivered at Bolton, 
Mass., December 20, 1866, at the dedication of the 
Tablets, erected in the Town Hall to commemorate the 
deceased Volunteers of the town in the war of the Great 
Rebellion, by Dr. Geo. B. Loring, of Salem, together with 
an appendix containing the other exercises of the 
Association. 

Clinton. 1867. 8vo. pp. 43. 

Loring, George Bailey. — An Oration delivered at the Dedica- 
tion of the Soldiers Monument in North Weymouth, 
Mass., on Saturday, July 4, 1868, by Hon. George B. 
Loring. With an Appendix containing the other Exer- 
cises, and record of the Deceased Soldiers. 

Weymouth. 1869. 8vo. pp. 44. 

Loring, William Wing. — Report of Major-General Loring of 
Battle of Baker's Creek, and subsequent movements of his 
command. Published by order of Congress. 

Richmond: R. M. Smith. 1864. 8vo. pp. 29. 

Loringhoven, Freitag. — Studies in Warfare over the causes 
of the North American War of Secession in Virginia, by 
Baron Freitag- Loringhaven, Major in the Great General 
Staff. With 26 text sketches, also 8 maps and sketches 
in lithographic prints. 

Berlin: Ernest Seigfried Mittler & Son. 1903. 8vo. pp. VI. 1-165. 

Loser, Paul. — Complete History of the Great American War 
between the States. Revised from the English. By Paul 
Loser, with Portraits and Battle Pictures in Steel Engrav- 
ings. 

New York: Published by S. Zickel. n. d. 

i2mo. Vol. I. pp. 618. Vol. II. pp. XIV. 619-1172. 

482 



Lossing, Benson John. — A History of the Civil War, 

1861-65, an d the Causes that led up to the Great Conflict, 
by Benson J. Lossing, LL. D., and a chronological sum- 
mary and record of every engagement between the troops 
of the Union and of the Confederacy, and showing the 
total losses and casualties together with War Maps of 
Localities, compiled from the Official Records of the War 
Department. Illustrated with fac-simile Photographic 
Reproductions of the Official War Photographs taken at 
the time by Mathew B. Brady, under the authority of 
President Lincoln and now in the possession of the War 
Department, Washington, D. C, from whom special 
permission has been granted to reproduce the same to 
illustrate this work. From the famous and authentic 
Brady War Photograph Collection there has been selected 
portraits of the great Commanders and Leaders of both 
the Union and Confederate Armies and Navies, and many 
scenes of great historical interest, taken fifty years ago and 
making a marvelous fac-simile reproduction of the battle- 
grounds, fortifications, the dead and wounded, hospitals, 
and incidents of the greatest conflict this country has 
ever known and fittingly commemorating the Fiftieth 
Anniversary of the Great National Struggle. The entire 
work, issued in sixteen sections, with sixteen separate 
color plates of great Commanders in action, and famous 
battle scenes from the painting of H. A. Ogden and other 
famous artists of military subjects. 
New York: The War Memorial Association. (1912.) 4to. pp. 512. 

Lossing, Benson John. — Memoir of Lieut. -Col. John T. 

Greble, of the United States Army. 
Philadelphia. 1870. Imp. 8vo. pp. 99. 
250 copies "printed for private circulation." 
Autograph letters of B. J. Lossing, Mrs. Greble and Gen. Ruger. 
Fourteen portraits and engravings inserted . . 

Lossing, Benson John. — Pictorial History of the Civil War 
in the United States of America, illustrated by many 
hundred engravings on wood, by Lossing and Barritt 
from sketches by the author and others. 

Philadelphia. 1866-68. Ry. 8vo. Vol. I. pp. 608. Vol. II. pp. 640. 

Vol. III. pp. 640. Autograph note of Author. 

Lossing, Benson John. — The American Historical Record 

and Repertory of Notes and Queries concerning the history 

and antiquities of America and biography of Americans. 

Philadelphia. 1872-74. 4to. Vol. I. pp. — Vol. II. pp. — Vol. III. pp. — 

Contains matter relating to the Rebellion that has not appeared in other form. 

483 



Lothian, Marquess of. — The Confederate Secession. By 
the Marquess of Lothian. 

Edinburg and London: William Blackwood & Son. MDCCCLXIV. 
l2mo. pp. VI. (i) 1-226. 

Lothrop, Charles Henry. — A History of the First Regiment 
Iowa Cavalry Veteran Volunteers from its organization in 
1 86 1, to its muster out of the United States Service in 
1866, also a complete Roster of the Regiment, by Charles 
H. Lothrop, M. D., Surgeon. 

Lyons, Iowa: Beers & Eaton, Printers. 1890. 8vo. pp. 422 V. (1). 

Loughborough, James M. (Mrs.) — My Cave Life in Vicks- 
burg, with letters of Trial and Travel. (Mrs. Jas. M. 
Loughborough .) 

New York: Published by D. Appleton & Co. 1864. 

St. Louis: Republished by R. P. Studley & Co. 1882. i6mo. pp. VIII. 1-196. 

Loughborough, James M. (Mrs.) — My Cave Life in Vicks- 
burg, with letters of trial and travel, by a lady. (Mrs. 
James M. Loughborough.) 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1864. l2mo. pp. 196. 

Lounsbery, William. — The Ulster Regiment in the Great 
Rebellion. By William Lounsbery, Esq. 

Collections of the Ulster Historical Society, Volume I., Part 3. 
Kingston. 1862. 8vo. pp. 210-228. 

Lounsbury, Thomas R. — In the Defense of Washington. 
By Thomas R. Lounsbury, Emeritus Professor of English 
in Yale University. , 

New Haven, Conn.: Reprinted from the Yale Review, April, 1913. 
8vo. pp. 385-41 1. 

Love, John. — Operations of the Indiana Legion and Minute 
Men, 1863-64. Documents presented to the General 
Assembly, with the Governor's Message, January 6, 1865. 

Indianapolis. 1865. 8vo. pp. IV. 1-104. 

Love, William DeLoss. — Wisconsin in the War of the 
Rebellion. A history of all regiments and batteries the 
State has sent to the field, and deeds of her citizens, 
Governors and other Military Officers and State and 
National Legislators to suppress the Rebellion, by Wm. 
DeLoss Love. 

Chicago: Church & Goodman, Publishers. 1866. 8vo. pp. XXI.-1144. 

484 



Lovejoy, D. B. — From Youth to Age. Adventures in a varied 

life. By D. B. Lovejoy. 
Chicago: The American Author's Protective Publishing Co. (1894.) 
i2mo. pp. 272. 

Lovett, George. — An Address delivered by Captain George 
Lovett, at First Reunion of Co. A, 132nd Regt. P. V., 
held at the Montour House, Feb. 22d, 1888. 

Danville: Intelligencer, Friday, March 9, 1887. l2mo. pp. (14). 

(Sketch of the Company.) 

Low, Seth. — Oration of Hon. Seth Low at the Thirty-third 
Reunion of the Society of the Army of the Potomac, at 
Gettysburg, Pa., Sept. 19, 1902. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Lowe, Martha Perry. — Memoir of Charles Lowe. By his 

wife, Martha Perry Lowe. 
Boston: Cupples, Upham & Company. 1884. i2mo. pp. XVI. 1-596. 
Presentation copy from Author. 

Lowell, Noah Wiseman. — The Record of the One Hundred 
and Eleventh Pennsylvania Volunteers. By Noah W. 
Lowell, formerly Lieutenant and Quartermaster One 
Hundred and Eleventh Pennsylvania Volunteers. 

Philadelphia: The Times, Saturday, May 13, 1886. i2mo. pp. (23). 

Lozier, John Hogarth. — Forty Rounds from the Cartridge 

Box of the Fighting Chaplain, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 58 (1). 

Lucas, Daniel R. — History of the 99th Indiana Infantry, 
containing a diary of marches, incidents, biography of 
officers and complete rolls. By Chaplain D. R. Lucas. 

Lafayette, Indiana. 1865. 8vo. pp. IV.-179. 

Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Lucke, Jerome B. — History of the New Haven Grays from 
Sept. 13, 1816, to Sept. 13, 1876, by ex.-Private Jerome B. 
Lucke, LL. B. 

New Haven. 1876. 8vo. pp. 540. 

Lucke, Martin. — The War Between the States of the 
United States 1 861 -1865, prepared from the newest 
official sources, by Martin Lucke. Richly illustrated. 

St. Louis, Mo.: Printed and published by Louis Lange. 1892. 

8vo. pp. VII. 1-414. Third Edition. 

485 



Ludington, Marshal Independence. — The Stars and 
Stripes. 

War Department, Quartermaster-General's Office, Washington, D. C, April 
27, 1892. i2mo. pp. 4. Autograph note of Author. 

Luf kin, Edwin B. — History of the Thirteenth Maine Regiment, 
from its organization in 1861 to its muster-out in 1865, 
by Edwin B. Lufkin, Weld, Maine, a Private of Company 
"E," with a sketch of Thirteenth Maine Battalion, 
attached to the Thirtieth Maine, and an appendix con- 
taining a complete Roster of the Regiment. 

Bridgton, Me.: H. A. Shorey & Son. 1898. 8vo. pp. 140. Appendix 67 (1). 

Lumbard, Joseph Asher. — A History of Company "G," 
147th Regiment Infantry, Penna. Veteran Vols., by 
Corporal Joseph A. Lumbard. 
Selinsgrove, Pa.: Published in the "Snyder County Tribune", January 13, 
1876, to June 27, 1878. 8vo. pp. (193). (Mounted.) (Unique.) 

Lumbard, Joseph Asher. — The 147TH Regiment at Chan- 
cellorville. An address delivered before the Association 
of the 28th and 147th Regiments, Penna. Vols., and 
Knap's Battery, by J. A. Lumbard, at Williamsport, Pa., 
July 14th, 1891. 

Selinsgrove: The Tribune, July 16, 1891. 8vo. pp. (13). 

Lunt, George. — Mr. Seward and General McClellan. 

Boston: The Courier, Nov. 30, 1873. 8vo. pp. (15). (Mounted.) 

Lusk, William Chittenden. — War Letters of William 
Thompson Lusk, Captain, Assistant Adjutant-General 
United States Volunteers, 1861-1863, afterwards M. D. r 
LL. D. 

New York: Privately printed. MCMXI. 8vo. pp. 304. 

Lutz, John J. — Quantrell and the Morgan-Walker Tragedy. 
Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society, n. d. 
8vo. pp. 324-322—543-546. 

Lybarger, Edwin L. — Leaves from My Diary. Being a 
transcript of the daily record I kept during Sherman's 
March to the Sea and to end of the War. Now compiled 
for the 17th Army Corps, by Edwin L. Lybarger. 

Warsaw, Ohio. n. d. 8vo. pp. (15). Autograph letter of Author. 

486 



Lybarger, Edwin L. — A Paper read by Capt. E. L. Lybarger, 
43d Ohio Vol. Infantry, at a Reunion of Fuller's Brigade, 
held at Marietta, Ohio, Sept. 10, 1885. 

n. p. n. d. i6mo. pp. — 

Lykkeyaeger, Hans. — Luck of a Wandering Dane, by Hans 
Lykkeyaeger, (Native of Denmark, Citizen of the United 
States) soldier and sailor, moulder and merchant, tramp 
and trader, soap-boiler and scribe, peddler and philosopher, 
overseer and under trapper, jack of all trades and 
master of fortune. Dedicated to nobody for the benefit 
of everybody. 

Philadelphia: Matlack & Harvey, Printers, n. d. 8vo. pp.130. 

Lyle, W. W. — Lights and Shadows in Army Life, or pen 
pictures from the battlefield, the camp and the hospital, 
by Rev. W. W. Lyle, A. M. 

Cincinnati: R. W. Carroll & Co. 1865. i2mo. pp. XII. 9-403. 

Second edition. 

Lyman, George H. — Historical Sketch of the Obstetrical 
Society of Boston in the War of the Rebellion. By 
George H. Lyman, M. D. 

Boston. 1887. 8vo. pp. 62. 

Lyman, Payson Williston. — History of Easthampton. Its 
settlement and growth. Its material, educational, and 
religious interests, together with a genealogical record of 
its original families. By Payson W. Lyman. 

Northampton: Tumbull & Gere. 1866. i2mo. pp. IV.-192. 2. 

"Contains the record of Easthampton in the War." 

Autograph note of Author. 

Lyman, Payson Williston. — The Career and Character of 
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant. An address delivered by Rev. 
P. W. Lyman, in the Cong'l Church, Belchertown, at the 
Grant Memorial Service, Aug. 8, '85, together with the 
introductory remarks of A. W. Morse, Commander of 
Post 97, G. A. R. 

Belchertown, Mass.: John L. Montague, Printer. 1885. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Lyman, Theodore. — George Gordon Meade. 

Proc. Amer. Acad, of Arts & Science. 8vo. Vol. I. pp. — 
Presentation copy. Autograph note of Col. Lyman. 

487 



Lynch, Harriet Rowe. — Reminiscences and Sketches of 
Confederate Times. By one who lived through them. 
Edited by Harriet Rowe Lynch, Cheraw, S. C. 1909. 

Columbia, S. C: The R. L. Bryan Company. 1909. 8vo. pp. 44. 

Autograph note of Author. 

Lynde, Francis. — Chickamauga and Chattanooga National 
Military Park, with narrative of the Battles of Chicka- 
mauga, Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge. By 
Francis Lynde. Illustrated. 1895. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. : Published by W. E. Birchmore. n. d. 8vo. pp. (40). 

Lynde, Francis. — Historic and Picturesque Chattanooga. 

By Francis Lynde. Reprinted from The Southern 

Magazine for March, 1895. 
Louisville, Ky.: Press of F. C. Nunemacher. (1895.) 8vo. pp. 19. 

Lyon, J. S. — War Sketches. From Cedar Mountain to Bull 
Run. Consisting of personal and historical incidents of 
the Campaign under Major-General Pope, in the summer 
of 1862, by a staff officer. 

Buffalo. 1882. 8vo. pp. 33. 

Lyon, Nathaniel. — The Last Political Writings of Gen. 

Nathaniel Lyon, U. S. A., with a sketch of his life and 

military services. 
New York. 1861. i2mo. pp. 275. 

Lyons, W. F. — Brigadier-General Thomas Francis 
Meagher, his political and military career with selections 
from his speeches and writings. 

New York. 1870. i2mo. pp. — 

La Ca valerie Americaine Dans La Guerre De La Secession 

Avec Deux Carte. 
Paris: Librairie Militaire Berger Levrault Et C. 1902. Ry. 8vo. pp. 124 (1). 

La Revolution Americaine Devoilee. 

(Extract.) Paris: E. Dentu, Libraire-Editeur. 1861. (Tous droits reserves.) 

8vo. pp. 31. 

Lawrence Co., Penna. Roll Call of Lawrence County boys 

who fell in Battle or who died while in the service. 
The Volunteer, July, 1888. pp. (4). Mounted. 

Lawrence Co. Penna. Volunteers. 

The Volunteer, April 9, 1888. pp. (9). Mounted. 

488 



Laws of the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States 

in relation to the War Department. 1861. 
Richmond: Tyler, Wise & Allegre. 1861. 8vo. pp. 46. 

Left Wounded on the Field. 

Putnam's Monthly, Sept., 1869. pp. — 

Legends of the operations of the Army of the Cumberland. 

(Map.) 
Washington. 1869. 4to. pp. — Folio maps of Battlefields inserted. 

Legislation relating to the Services of State Militia in the War. 

1. Relative to State Military Organizations. 58th Congress, 3d 
Session, Senate Document No. 163. pp. 21. 

2. Federal and State Military Organizations, 61st Congress, 2d 
Session, Senate Document No. 378. pp. 52. 

3. Federal and State Military Organizations, 61 st Congress, 2d 
Session, Senate Doc. 378, Part 2. pp. 5. 

4. Memorial of Hon. H. A. du Pont in support of Senate 6175. 61st 
Congress, 2d Session, Senate Document No. 418. pp. 5. 

5. Delaware Volunteers, 61 st Congress, 2d Session, Senate Document 
No. 470. pp. 2. 

6. A Bill, 61st Congress, 2d Session, Senate 6175. 

7. A Bill, 61st Congress, 2d Session, Senate 7340. 

8. The National Guards of East Tennessee, 58th Congress, 3d Session, 
House of Representatives Report No. 4863. pp. 14. 

9. A Bill, 61st Congress, 2d Session. House of Representatives 
25288. 

8vo. 

"Let Us Have Peace." The lives and public services of 
General U. S. Grant, U. S. A., and of Hon. Schuyler 
Colfax. 

Philadelphia. 1868. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Letter from the Secretary of the Soldiers' Convention in 
Pennsylvania transmitting proceedings of that Con- 
vention. 

39th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Mis. Document No. 21, 

June 15, 1866. 8vo. pp. 10. 

Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting, in 
response to Senate resolution of March 8, 1880, a statement 
showing the expenditures of the Government on account 
of the War of the Rebellion, from July 1, 1861, to June 
30, 1879, inclusive, etc. 

46th Congress, 2d Session, Senate, Ex. Document No. 206, June 10, 1880. 

8vo. pp. 3. 

489 



Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an 
estimate of appropriations for battle lines and sites for 
tablets at Antietam, submitted by the Secretary of War. 

50th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Ex. Document No. 123. 

December 13, 1892. 8vo. pp. 2. 

Letter from the Secretary of War in answer to Resolution of the 
House of Representatives of 20th of January, transmitting 
report of the engagement of Drainesville. 

37th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Ex. Document No. 59. 

8vo. pp. 22. 

Letter from the Secretary of War. Memorial Bridge Across 
the Potomac River, at Washington, D. C. 

56th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Document No. 578. 
8vo. pp. 68. (Maps.) 

Letter from the Secretary of War in answer to a resolution of 
the House of December 23, 1861, in relation to the pur- 
chase of arms by General Fremont. 

37th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Ex. Document No. 67. 

1862. 8vo. pp. 235. 

Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the final report 

made by the commission on war claims at St. Louis. 
37th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Ex. Document No. 94. 
April 2, 1862. 8vo. pp. 41. 

Letter from the Secretary of War in answer to resolution of the 
House, of 20th instant, relative to one hundred days' 
men accepted from Ohio and other States. 

38th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Ex. Document No. 33. 

(1865.) 8vo. pp. 3. 

Letter from the Secretary of War in answer to a resolution of the 
House, of January 9, calling for a record of the trial by 
Court Martial of Major David H. Hastings. 

38th Congress, 2d Session, Ex. Document No. 54. 1865. 8vo. pp. 293. 

Letter from the Secretary of War, in answer to a resolution of 
the House, of January 25, transmitting a report of the 
enlistment of one hundred days' men. 

39th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Ex. Document No. 35- 

8vo. pp. 6. 

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Letter from the Secretary of War communicating, in compliance 
with a resolution of the Senate of the ioth of January, 
information relative to the payment of one hundred dollars 
to the ten regiments of Missouri State Militia mustered 
into the United States. 

39th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 47, May 22, 1866. 

8vo. pp. 8. 

Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting to the chairman 
of the Committee on Military Affairs correspondence 
relative to national cemeteries in Tennessee. 

39th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Mis. Document No. 127. 

8vo. pp. 21. 

Letter from the Secretary of War, showing the strength of the 
Army at stated periods from the beginning of the Govern- 
ment to date. 

45th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Ex. Document No. 23. 

8vo. pp. 16. 

Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, in compliance 
with law, certain information relative to the negotiation 
with the legal representatives of the late Confederate 
Generals Bragg and Polk, for the purchase of certain papers 
relating to the late war. 

46th Congress, 3d Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 6. 8vo. pp. 53. 

Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, in response to 
Senate resolution of June II, 1888, report relative to the 
raising of volunteer troops to guard overland and other 
mails from 1861 to 1866. 

50th Congress, Senate Ex. Document No. 70. Dec. 18, 1888. 8vo. pp. 325. 

Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, with a letter 
from the Chief of Engineers, a report relating to a 
Survey and Plan for a Memorial Bridge across the 
Potomac River. 

55th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives No. 388. (1898.) 

8vo. pp. 26. (Plans 4.) 

Letter of the Secretary of War, communicating, in compliance 
with a resolution of the Senate of the 12th instant, a list 
of all general officers of the regular and volunteer forces in 
commission at the beginning of the present war, or 
appointed since, with the States in which they were born 
and from which they were appointed. 

38th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 46, May 23, 1864. 

8vo. pp. 13. 

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Letter of the Secretary of War, communicating, in answer to a 
resolution of the Senate of December 8, 1862, a list of the 
Major and Brigadier-Generals in the services of the United 
States. 

37th Congress, 3d Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 22, January 23, 1863. 
8vo. pp. 5. 

Letter of the Secretary of War, transmitting, in answer to a 
resolution of the Senate of the 23d December, 1863, a 
report showing the names of all Major and Brigade- 
Generals who are without commands equal to a brigade; 
also the number of Major and Brigadier-Generals who 
are in command of departments, districts, and posts in 
the loyal States. 

38th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 5. 8vo. pp. 6. 

Letter of the Secretary of War, transmitting, in answer to a 
resolution of the Senate of December 21, 1863, a report of 
the names of all officers in the regular army who, between 
the first day of December, i860, and the first day of 
December, 1863, left the service, either by resignation or 
desertion, stating which, to engage in the rebellion against 
the Government of the United States. 

38th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 7, January 14, 1864. 
8vo. pp. 10. 

Letter of the Secretary of W'ar, communicating, in answer to a 
resolution of the Senate of the 15th instant, statements 
showing the number of men in Kansas subject to military 
duty, the number of regiments and independent organiza- 
tions furnished by the State of Kansas (including colored 
troops) under all calls, and the name, number and descrip- 
tion of troops serving in the department of Kansas, subject 
to the orders of Major-General Samuel R. Curtis. 

38th Congress, Senate Ex. Document No. 32, March 31, 1864. 8vo. pp. 4. 

Letter of the Secretary of War, communicating, in answer to a 
resolution of the Senate of the 10th instant, a complete 
list of all the Major and Brigadier-Generals in the volun- 
teer forces of the United States, showing where and how 
they were employed on the first day of January, 1865. 

38th Congress, 2d Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 13, January 30, 1865. 
8vo. pp. 8. 

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Letter of the Secretary of War, communicating, in answer to a 
resolution of the Senate of the ioth of January, 1865, a 
list of officers of the Regular Army, with a statement how 
they were employed on the 1st of January, 1865. 

38th Congress, 2d Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 14. 8vo. pp. 45. 

Letter of the Secretary of War, communicating, in compliance 
with a resolution of the Senate of the 2d instant, informa- 
tion relating to the quota of the State of Rhode Island 
under the act for enrolling and calling out of the National 
forces, and the acts in amendment thereto. 

38th Congress, 2d Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 17. 1865. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Letter of the Secretary of War, in answer to a resolution of the 
Senate of the 17th instant, relative to the raising and 
employing volunteer militia in the State of Missouri. 

37th Congress, 2d Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 6. 8vo. pp. 3. 

Letter of the Secretary of War, in answer to a resolution of the 
Senate of the 6th instant, relative to the purchase of 
extracts of coffee for the use of the troops. 

37th Congress, 2d Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 16. 8vo. pp. 25. 

Letter of the Secretary of War, in answer to a resolution of the 
Senate of the 29th January, in relation to the number of 
troops raised for the service of the United States in each 
State of the Union. 

37th Congress, 2d Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 26. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Letter of the Secretary of War, in answer to a resolution of the 
Senate of December 17, 1 861, in relation to the names and 
numbers of the Major-Generals, and the names of the 
officers who are performing the duties as such; also the 
number of officers and soldiers to their staff, and the rent 
of the building occupied by them as officers. 

37th Congress, 2d Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 33, March 17, 1862. 
8vo. pp. 7. 

Letter of the Secretary of War, communicating, in compliance 
with a resolution of the Senate of February 13, 1867, a 
report of the Quartermaster-General respecting a Military 
Commission in Nashville, Tennessee, during the war, for 
the adjudication of claims of loyal citizens of Tennessee. 

39th Congress, 2d Session, Senate Ex. Document No. 34. (1867.) 8vo. pp.55. 

493 



Letters and Addresses contributed at a general meeting of the 
Military Service Institution held at Governor's Island, 
N. Y. H., February 25, 1886, in memory of Winfield Scott 
Hancock, Major-General in the Army of the United States, 
Commander Second Corps, Army of the Potomac, 
President of the Military Service Institution, Commander- 
in-Chief of the Loyal Legion. 

New York: Published for U. S. Military Service Institution. 1886. 

4to. pp. VIII. 1-89. 

Letters from a Maryland Mail Bag. 
n. p. n. d. i6mo. pp. 19. 

Letters of a Confederate Officer to his Family in Europe, during. 

the last year of the War of Secession. 
Paris: Neal's English Library. 8vo. pp. 94. 

Licking County's Gallant Soldiers, who died in defence of 
our Glorious Union and of human freedom. Published 
by the Licking County Soldiers Monumental Association. 

Newark, (Ohio): Printed by Clarke & Underwood. 1874. 8vo. pp. 29. 

Lieutenant-General of the Army. Report from the Commit- 
tee on Military Affairs, January 12, 1889. 
50th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives Report No. 3677. 
8vo. pp. 7. 

Lieut.-General Grant. 

Hours at Home, June, 1866. pp. — 

Life and Imprisonment of Jefferson Davis together with the 
Life and Military Career of Stonewall Jackson, from 
authentic sources, with portraits of Jeff. Davis, Stonewall 
Jackson and Gen. R. E. Lee. 

New York: M. Doolady, Publisher. 1866. i2mo. pp. 140-1-300. 

Life and Public Services of Major-General Butler 
(Benjamin F. Butler) the hero of New Orleans, Commander 
of the Military Department of Virginia and North Caro- 
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Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson & Bro. (1864.) i2mo. pp. 108. 

Life and Public Services of Major-General Meade 
(George Gordon Meade). The Hero of Gettysburg; and 
Commander of the Army of the Potomac, with a full 
history of his life and services to his country in all the 
various positions he has filled from the time he first 

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entered the United States Army, in 1855, until the present 
day, with his Official Reports to the War Department, 
speeches, etc. 
Philadelphia: J. B. Peterson & Brothers. (1864.) i2mo. pp. 17-80. 

Life of Col. Michael Corcoran, 69th New York Regiment. 

Published at 37 Park Row. (1861.) 32mo. pp. 8. 

Life of David Bell Birney, Major-General United States 

Volunteers. 
Philadelphia: King & Baird. 1867. Ry. 8vo. pp. 418. 
Large paper edition 100 printed. Important newspaper cuttings, etc., inserted. 

Life of Robert E. Lee. 

n. p. (1907.) i2mo. pp. 7. 

Lincoln's Treatment of Gen. Grant. Mr. Lincoln's Treat- 
ment of Gen. McClellan. 

(New York. 1864.) 8vo. pp. 8. 

List and Record of Civil War Veterans. Those who enlisted 
from, now reside in, or are buried in the town of East 
Haddam, Conn. The draft and other interesting incidents. 

Moodus, Conn.: The Connecticut Valley Advertiser Print. 1899. 

8vo. pp. 35. 

List of Artillery Officers for Ordnance duties appointed since 
September 16, 1862, showing rank and assignment of each. 
Roll of merit of Artillery Officers for Ordnance duty, 
reported by Board of Officers constituted by General 
Orders No. 68, A. & I. G. O. Series of 1862. 

Richmond, Dec. 22, 1863. 8vo. pp. 4. 

List of Field Officers, Regiments, and Battalions in the Confed- 
erate States Army, 1 861 -1865. 
(Washington: War Records Office. 1891.) 8vo. pp. 131. 1-91. 
25 copies printed. 

List of events of which Reports are on file in the Adjutant- 
General's Office, 1 860-1 865. 
(Washington, D. C: War Records Office. 1883.) 8vo. pp. 93. 
(50 copies printed.) 

List of Battles, Engagements, Skirmishes, etc., during the 
Rebellion of 1861, with dates and designation of troops 
engaged. 

Washington: Adjutant-General's Office. 1873. 4to. pp. 168. 

25 copies printed. 

* 495 



List of Libraries, Organization, and Educational Institutions 
in the several States and Territories of the United States 
supplied with the Official Records of the Union and 
Confederate Armies. 

Record and Pension Office, War Department, n. d. l2mo. pp. 55. 

List of Military Posts, etc., established in the United States from 
its earliest settlement to the present time subject to 
corrections and additions. War Department, Adjutant- 
General's Office, Returns Division. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1902. 8vo. pp. 109. 

List of Pensioners on the roll January 1, 1883; giving the name 
of each pensioner, the cause for which pensioned, the post 
office address, the rate of pension per month, and the date 
of the original allowance, as called for by Senate Resolu- 
tion of December 8, 1882. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1883. 

8vo. Vol. I. pp. 712. Vol. II. pp. 919. Vol. III. pp. 817. Vol. IV. pp. 860. 

Vol. V. pp. 643. 

List of Soldiers (Prisoners of War) Belonging to Pennsylvania 
Regiments, who died at the Military Prison at Ander- 
sonville, Georgia, from February 26, 1864, to March 24, 
1865. 

Singerly & Myers, State Printers. (1865.) 4*0. pp. 24. 

List of Staff Officers of the Confederate States Army, 1861-1865. 
Washington: Government Printing Office. 1891. 8vo. pp. 186. 
100 copies printed. 

List of State, Territory and District of Columbia troops in 

Service of the United States, January 1, 1862. 
(Washington, D. C. A. G. O. 1882.) 8vo. pp. 38. Index pp. 18. 
50 copies printed. 

List of Volumes and parts thereof, with serial number and cost 
price; also synopsis of contents, etc., in Series 1, Official 
Records War of the Rebellion. 

Report of Board of Publication of War Records. 1896. 8vo. pp. 7-IX. 

List of U. S. Soldiers executed by United States Military author- 
ities during the late War. 

(Washington, D. C.: A. G. O. 1892.) 8vo. pp. 11. 25 copies printed. 
"For official use only." 

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List of the Photographs and Photographic Negatives relating to 
the War for the Union, now in the War Department 
Library. Published by Authority of Honorable Daniel 
S. Lamont, Secretary of War. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1897. 8vo. pp. 219. 

List of Officers and Enrolled Men of the California Volunteers 

who died while in the service of the United States. 
(Sacramento.) 8vo. pp. (109-125.) 

List of the Official Publications of the Confederate States 
Government in the Virginia State Library and the 
Library of. the Confederate Memorial Literary Society. 
Bulletin of the Virginia State Library, January, 191 1. 

Richmond, Va. 191 1. 8vo. pp. 72. 

List of the Soldiers and Sailors who served from Gloucester 
during the War of 1861 to 1865, for the preservation of 
the Union, compiled by the Monumental Committee of 
Post 45, G. A. R. 

Broadside. Folded. 8vo. pp. — 

List of the Union Soldiers Buried at Anderson ville. 

Copied from the official record in the Surgeon's office at 

Andersonville. 
(Motto) New York: Published by the Tribune Association. 1866. 
Ry. 8vo. pp. VIII. 1-74. 

Little Mac, how he captured Manassas. (Illustrated.) 
Boston, n. d. i8mo. pp. — 

Lloyd's Battle History of the Great Rebellion complete from 
the capture of Fort Sumter, April 14, 1861, to the capture 
of Jefferson Davis, May 10, 1865, embracing General 
Howard's tribute to the Volunteer. 268 battle descrip- 
tions, 39 biographical sketches, 49 portraits of generals, 
17 maps of battlefields, 13 battle pictures and a general 
review of the War for the Union. 

New York: H. H. Lloyd & Co., Publishers. 1866. 8vo. pp. 712. 

Local Designations of Confederate Troops. 

Washington, D. C: War Records Office. (1890.) 
8vo. pp. 168. 25 copies printed. 

Loss of Papers in case of General Don Carlos Buell. 
42d Congress, 3d Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 93. 
8vo. pp. 4. 

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Losses from Lee's Invasion of Pennsylvania. (Report from 

Committee on War Claims.) 
43d Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 41. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Losses of the Eighth New York Heavy Artillery, 2d 
Brigade, 2d Division, 2d Corps. August 22, 1862,- 
June 5, 1865. 

(New York City.) n. d. 8vo. pp. 2. 

Loyal Publication Society, 863 Broadway. Pamphlets issued 
by the Loyal Publication Society. 
Vol. I. From Feb. 1, 1863, to Feb. 1, 1864, Nos. 1 to 44. New 

York. 1864. 
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York. 1865. With title pages and index complete and covers. 
Vol. III. From Feb. 1, 1865, to Feb. 27, 1866, Nos. 79 to 90. New 
York. 1866. 
Published by the Loyal Publication Society. 1864-65-66. 8vo. 3 Vols. 

Loyal Seminole Indians. 

55th Congress, 3d Session, Senate Report No. 1875. March 1, 1899. 
8vo. pp. II. 

Lt.-Col. Charles Lyon Chandler. 

n. p. n. d. l2mo. pp. 40. Privately printed. 



MacCracken, Henry Mitchell. — The Hall of Fame, being 
the Official Book authorized by the New York University 
Senate as a statement of the Origin and Constitution of 
the Hall of Fame, and of its History up to the close of the 
year 1900. By Henry Mitchell MacCracken, Chairman 
of the New York University Senate. Illustrated. 

New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1901. 8vo. pp. XVI. 1-292. 

MacDuff, J. R. — The Soldiers' Text-Book, or Confidence in 

time of War. By J. R. MacDuff, D. D. 
(Extract.) (Richmond, Va. 1863.) 64mo. pp. 48. 

MacKenzie, Robert. — America, and Her Army, by Robert 

MacKenzie. 
London: T. Nelson & Sons. 1865. i2mo. pp. 60. 

MacMahon, T. W. — Cause and Contrast : An Essay on the 

American Crisis, by T. W. MacMahon. 
Richmond, Va.: West & Johnston. 1862. 8vo. pp. XV.-192. 

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MacNamara, Michael H. — The Irish Ninth in bivouac and 

battle, or Virginia and Maryland Campaigns. 
Boston. 1867. i2mo. pp. 307. 

Maddocks, Elden B. — History of the Twenty-sixth Maine 
Regiment. Published under vote of the Twenty-sixth 
Maine Association, passed August 26, 1898. Compiled 
by Comrade Elden B. Maddocks. 

Bangor: Chas. H. Glass & Co., Printers. 1899. 8vo. pp. VIII. 1-374. 

Magdeburg, Frederick Henry. — 14.TH Wis. Vet. Vol. 

Infantry at the Battle of Shiloh, Tenn., April 7th, 1862. 

F. H. Magdeburg, 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Magdeburg, Frederick Henry. — Wisconsin at Shiloh. 

Report of the Commission. Compiled by Capt. F. H. 

Magdeburg. Issued by Wisconsin Shiloh Monument 

Commission. 1909. 
Milwaukee: Riverside Printing Co. 8vo. pp. 255. 

Magill, Mary Tucker. — Women or Chronicles of the late War. 

By Mary Tucker Magill. 
Baltimore: Turnbull Brothers. 1871. i2mo. pp. XVII. 393. 

Maginnis, Martin. — The Army of the Potomac "Rally in 
Washington!" "On to Richmond!" Address of Hon. 
Martin Maginnis before the Society of the Army of the 
Potomac at its Fourteenth Annual Reunion, delivered in 
National Theatre at Washington, Wednesday, May 16, 
1883. 

Washington: Rufus H. Darly, Printer. 1883. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Maglathlin, Henry B. — Company I, Fourth Massachusetts 

Regiment, Nine Months Volunteers, in service, 1862-3. 
Boston: Press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery. 1863. 8vo. pp. 40. 
Additions and corrections April 5, 1864. pp. (1). 
Ms. notes, corrections and autograph note of Capt. Maglathlin. 

Magnin, Albert. — The 99TH at Gettysburg. Address de- 
livered by Captain Albert Magnin at the Dedication of 
the 99th Pennsylvania Monument, Gettysburg, Pa., 
September 11, 1889. 

n. p. n. d. l2mo. pp. 8. 

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Magoon, James. — The Life of Maj.-Gen. John C. Fremont, 
with a full account of his Rocky Mountain explorations 
and adventures, by Lieut. Jas. Magoon. 

New York: Beadle & Company. (1861.) i8mo. pp. 96. 

Maguire, Thomas Miller. — Aldershot Military Society. 
Synopsis of Lecture on the Importance of the American 
War of 1861-65 as a Strategical Study, by T. Miller 
Maguire, Esq., M. A., LL. D., F. R. Hist. Soc, Inns of 
Court Rifle Volunteers, Author of "The Campaigns in 
Virginia," "Modern Military History," etc., Tuesday, 
November 1, 1892, in The Prince Consort's and Military 
Society's Library. Major-General E. F. Chapman, C. B., 
Director of Military Intelligence. 

Aldershot: Gale & Polden, 4, Wellington Street, London, Publishers, n. d. 

i2mo. pp. 67-74. 

Maguire, Thomas Miller. — The Campaign in Virginia, 
May and June, 1864, by Thomas Miller Maguire, M. A., 
LL. D., F. R. H. S. Inner Temple, Barrister of Law, 
with six maps. 

London: William Clowes & Sons. 1908. 8vo. pp. VIII. (1) 1-88. 

Maguire, Thomas Miller. — Jackson's Campaigns in Virginia 
1861-2. By Thomas Miller Maguire, M. A., LL. D., 
F. R. H. S. Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, member of 
the Order of the Rising Sun of Japan, with six maps. 

London: William Clowes & Sons. 1913. 8vo. pp. VI. 1-62. 

Mahan, Asa. — A Critical History of the late American War 
with an introductory letter by Lieut.-General M. W. 
Smith. 

New York. 1877. 8vo. pp. — 

Mahan, Dennis Hart. — An Elementary Treatise on Ad- 
vanced Guard, Out-Post, and Detachment Service of 
Troops, and the manner of posting and handling them in 
presence of an enemy, with a Historical Sketch of the rise 
and progress of tactics, etc., intended as a supplement to 
the system of tactics adapted for the Military Service of 
the United States, and especially for the use of Officers of 
Military Volunteers. By D. H. Mahan, Professor of 
Military and Civil Engineering, and of the Science of 
War, in the United States Military Academy. 

New York: John Wiley. 1 861. 48 mo. pp. 168. 

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Mahony, D. A. — The Prisoner of State. 

New York: Carleton. 1863. i2mo. pp. 414. 

Main, Edwin M. — The Story of the Marches, Battles and 
Incidents of the Third United States Cavalry, a fighting 
regiment in the War of the Rebellion, 186 1-5, with official 
orders and reports relating thereto, compiled from the 
Rebellion Records. By Ed. M. Main, late Major, New 
Orleans, Louisiana. 

Kentucky: The Globe Printing Company. 1908. 8vo. pp. III. 1-321. 

Malet, Edward. — Shifting Scenes or Memories of Many Men 
in Many Lands. By The Right Honorable Sir Edward 
Malet, G. C. B., G. C. M. G., sometimes H. M. Ambassa- 
dor to Germany. 

London: John Murray, Albemarle Street. 1901. 8vo. pp. XII. 1-335. 

Malet, William Wyndham. — An Errand to the South in 

the summer of 1862. 
London. 1863. i8mo. pp. — 

Manderson, Charles Frederick. — Address of Charles F. 

Manderson at Banquet of the Hamilton Club, Chicago, 

Illinois, Appomattox Day, April 9, 1904. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 17. 

Manderson, Charles Frederick. — Report from the Committee 
on Military Affairs granting "Permission to wear certain 
badges." 

50th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Report 1530. 8vo. pp. 11. 

Manderson, Charles Frederick. — Report of Committee on 
Military Affairs accompanying Senate Bill 1096 upon 
the Status of Acting Assistant Surgeons U. S. A. 1861-66. 

51st Congress, 1st Session, Senate Report 944. 8vo. pp. 3. 

Manderson, Charles Frederick. — Sketch of Life and Public 

Services of General Charles F. Manderson. 
n. p. n. d. Folio, pp. (3). 

Manderson, Charles Frederick. — The Twin Seven-Shooters. 
By Charles F. Manderson, late Colonel 19th Ohio Volun- 
teer Infantry, Brevet Brigadier-General Vols., U. S. A. 

New York and London: F. Tennyson Neely. n. d. Ry. 8vo. pp. 54. 
Presentation copy from Author. 

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Mangold, F. — Der Feldzug in Nord-Virginien im August, 1862. 

Von F. Mangold, Major im Westphalischen Fuss-Artellerie 

Regiment No. 7. 
Hannover. 1881. 8vo. pp. XII. 1-335 an d 4 maps. 
Autograph letter of Author. 

Mann, Albert W. — History of the Forty-fifth Regiment 
Massachusetts Volunteer Militia "The Cadet Regiment" 
45 Mv. M. Compiled by Albert W. Mann, Historian 
of the Regiment Mv. M. 

n. p. (1908.) 8vo. pp. VI. 1-562 (3). Autograph of Author. 

Mann, J. B. — Roster of the 101st Regiment New York Vol- 
unteers, 
n. p. (1891.) 32mo. pp. 12. 

Mann, William Benson. — (Printed Speech with ms. notes 
delivered at the Reunion of the "Pennsylvania Reserve 
Corps.") 

4to. pp. (15.) Only copy printed. Autograph note and portrait of Col. Mann. 

Manning, Jacob M. — The Soldier of Freedom. A Sermon 
before the Officers of the Forty-third Regiment, M. V., 
in the Old South Church, Boston, Sunday Morning, 
Oct. 5, 1862. By Jacob M. Manning. Printed for the 
use of the Regiment. 

Boston: J. E. Farwell & Company, Printers. 1862. 8vo. pp.20. 

Manning, William Cheney. — Yorktown and Williamsburg 
Reviewed in 1897. By Major William C. Manning, 
U. S. A. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 22. Ms. Original Order May 14, 1862, inserted. 

Mansfield, Edward Deering. — A Popular and Authentic 
Life of Ulysses S. Grant. By Edward D. Mansfield. 

Cincinnati: R. W. Carroll & Co., Publishers. 1868. l2mo. pp. 377. 

Manson, George J. — A Diary of the Grand Army of the 
Republic and Hand Book of Military Information. The 
various Army Organizations in the United States. Facts 
about the American Civil and European Wars. The 
Armies of the World. Chronological History of the 
Rebellion, etc. A convenient, compact book of reference 
for all those who are interested in Military matters. By 
George J. Manson. 

New York: Fowler & Wells Co. n. d. i2mo. pp. 122. 

502 



Marbaker, Thomas D. — History of the Eleventh New Jersey 
Volunteers from its Organization, to which is added 
experiences of prison life and sketches of individual mem- 
bers. By Thos. D. Marbaker, Sergt. Co. E. Illustrated 
with portraits from War Time Photographs. 

Trenton, N. J.: MacCrellish & Quigley. 1898. 8vo. pp. VIII. 1-364. 

Marine, William M. — The Relations of Maryland to the 
Union during the late Civil War. Her Soldiers in the 
Federal Service. Her true representatives in that crisis. 
Oration by William M. Marine, on Memorial Occasion, 
May 30, 1889, at Mt. Carmel Cemetery, under the auspices 
of Burnside Post, G. A. R. 

Baltimore: James & Hanzsche. 1889. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Marks, J. J. — The Peninsular Campaign in Virginia, or 
incidents and scenes on the Battlefields and in Richmond. 
By Rev. J. J. Marks, D. D. 

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1864. i2mo. pp. XX. 444. 

Mark, Penrose G.— Red, White and Blue Badge. Penn- 
sylvania Veteran Volunteers. A history of the 93rd 
Regiment, known as the "Lebanon Infantry and one of 
the 300 Fighting Regiments," from September 12, 1861, 
to June 27, 1865. By Penrose G. Mark, Captain Co. 
G, Brevet Major 93rd Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers 
and Brigade Inspector, First Brigade, Second Division, 
Sixth Corps. Authorized by the Executive Committee 
of the 93rd Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers Association. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 577. 

Mark, Penrose G. — The Ninety-third Pennsylvania Regi- 
ment in the late War. 
Philadelphia: The Times, February 5, 1887. i2mo. pp. (12). 

Marie, John L. — Prison Life in Andersonville with special 
reference to the opening of Providence Spring. By John 
L. Marie, a veteran of Company F, Eighth Regiment 
Volunteer Infantry, and afterwards assigned as Lieutenant 
of Twenty-eighth U. S. C. T., and for a time an unwilling 
guest at the Confederate Military Prison at Lynchburg 
and Danville, Va., Andersonville, Ga., Florence, S. C, 
and Salisbury, N. C. 

(Motto.) Los Angeles: Grafton Publishing Company. (1912.) 

i6mo. pp. 152. 

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Marshall, Albert O. — Army Life, from a soldier's journal. By 
Albert O. Marshall, incidents, sketches and record of a 
Union Soldier's Army life, in camp, and field, 1861-64. 

Joliet, 111.: Printed for the Author. 1884. i2mo. pp. 410. 

Marshall, Charles. — Address of Col. Charles Marshall (for- 
merly private secretary and A. D. C. to General Robert 
E. Lee), of Baltimore, before the Va. Division of the Army 
of Northern Virginia at their annual meeting, held in the 
Capitol in Richmond, Va., Oct. 29, 1874. 

Richmond, Va.: Gary. 1875. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Reply of Gen. Jos. E. Johnston to Col. Marshall. 8vo. pp. (4). "Savannah 

News," 1875, and Autograph letters of Gen. Johnston and Col. Marshall. 

Marshall, Charles. — Appomattox. An address delivered before 
the Society of the Army and Navy of the Confederate 
States in the State of Maryland, on January 19, 1894, at 
the Academy of Music, Baltimore, Md., by Colonel 
Charles Marshall, A. D. C, and Military Secretary to 
Gen. R. E. Lee. 

Baltimore: Press of Guggenheimer, Weil & Co. 1894. 8vo. pp. 22. 

Marshall, Edward Chauncy. — The Ancestry of General 

Grant and their contemporaries. 
New York. 1869. i2mo. pp. — 

Marshall, H. M. — Coppee, H. St. L. — Map of Vicksburg, 
Mississippi, compiled from notes and surveys by H. M. 
Marshall and H. St. L. Coppee, Civil Engineers. Cor- 
rected to date by H. M. Marshall, C. E. 

Baltimore, Md.: Published by H. V. Gormley, Mgr. 1901. Folio. Folded. 

Marshall, Edward Colston. — Are the West Point 
Graduates Loyal? 

New York: D. Von Nostrand. 1862. i8mo. pp. 8. 

Marshall, John A. — American Bastile. A history of the 
illegal arrests and imprisonment of American citizens 
during the late Civil War. By John A. Marshall. 

(Motto.) Philadelphia: Thomas W. Hartley. 1869. 8vo. pp. LXX. 728. 

Marshall, Randolph V. — An Historical Sketch of the 
Twenty-second Regiment, Indiana Volunteers, from its 
organization to the close of the War. Its battles, its 
marches, and its hardships, its brave officers and its 

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honored dead. Read at the reunion of the Regiment, 
held at Columbus, Ind., March 7, 1877, by Lieut. R. B. 
Marshall, of Martinsville, Ind. 
Madison, Ind.: Courier Co. n. d. 8vo. pp. 33. 

Marshall, T. B. — History of the Eighty-third Ohio Volunteer 
Infantry. The Greyhound Regiment. By T. B. Mar- 
shall, Sidney, O., First Sergeant, Co. K. 
Cincinnati, O.: Published by the Eighty-third Ohio Volunteer Infantry 
Association, Wm. H. Davis, Secretary. September 12, 1912. 8vo. pp. 227. 

Marshall, T. L. — Souvenir History of Keystone Battery A, 
National Guards of Penna. Compiled by Lieut. T. L. 
Marshall, for distribution at the opening of the New- 
Armory, Philadelphia, November, 1892. 

(Philadelphia. 1892.) 4to. pp. 58 (1). 

Martin, E. K. — Oration by E. K. Martin, delivered in Fulton 
Hall, Lancaster, Pa., October 8, 1877. (Reunion 79th 
Pa. Vols.) 

Lancaster. 1877. i2mo. pp. 34. Autograph note of Author. 

Martin, George W. — A Kansas Soldier escape from Camp 

Ford, Texas. By George W. Martin. 
Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society. 8vo. pp. 405-415. 

Martin, L. W. — Judson, N. P. — A Diary of the 30th Regiment, 
Wisconsin Volunteers. A history of the Regiment since 
its organization. Compiled from reliable sources and 
statistics. 

Madison, Wis.: Printed, published and sold by Martin & Judson. 1864. 

i8mo. pp. no. 

Marvin, Abijah P. — History of Worcester in the War of the 

Rebellion, by Abijah P. Marvin. 
(Motto.) Worcester: Published by the Author. 1870. 8vo. pp. 582. 
Autograph note of Author. 

Marye, John L. — The First Gun at Gettysburg, "With the 
Confederate Advance Guard." By Lieutenant (C. S. A.) 
John L. Marye. 

The American Historical Register, July, 1895. pp. 1225-1332 (1). 

Mason, Emily Virginia. — Popular Life of Gen. Robert 
Edward Lee. Dedicated by permission to Mrs. Lee. 
Illustrated with 17 original designs by Professor Volck. 

(Motto.) Baltimore. 1872. i2mo. pp. 432. Second revised edition. 

505 



Mason, Frank H. — The Twelfth Ohio Cavalry; a record of 
its organization, and services in the War of the Rebellion, 
together with a complete roster of the Regiment, by F. H. 
Mason, late Captain Squadron "L," 12th O. V. C. 

Cleveland, Ohio: Nevins' Steam Printing House. 187 1. 

8vo. pp. 124 (1) 43. Autograph notes of Capt. Mason and Col. R. W. Ratliff. 

Mason, Frank H. — The Forty-second Ohio Infantry. A 
history of the organization and services of that Regiment 
in the War of the Rebellion, with biographical sketches of 
its field officers and a full roster of the Regiment. By F. 
H. Mason. 

Cleveland. 1876. 8vo. pp. 306 (1). Autograph note of Author. 

Mason, Roswell Henry. — Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion of the L T nited States. Register of the Commandery 
of the State of Illinois from May 8, 1879, to August 1, 1900. 

Chicago, Illinois, n. d. 8vo. pp. 238. 

Mason, Roswell Henry. — Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion of the United States. An address before the 
Arche Club of Chicago, Illinois, February 21, 1908, by 
Captain Roswell H. Mason, Recorder of the Commandery 
of the State of Illinois. 1908. 

(Philadelphia. 1908.) 8vo. pp. 5. (500 copies printed.) 

Autograph note of Author. 

Mathes, J. Harvey. — Great Commanders: General Forrest. 

Capt. J. Harvey Mathes, with illustrations and maps. 
New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1902. i2mo. pp. 395. 

Mathes, J. Harvey. — The Old Guard in Gray. Researches 
in the Annals of the Confederate Historical Association. 
Sketches of Memphis Veterans who upheld her standard 
in the War, and of other Confederate worthies. Illus- 
trated. By J. Harvey Mathes. 

(Memphis. 1899.) 8vo. pp. 292. 

Mathews, Alfred. — Chronological History of the War of 
the Rebellion, founded on the Official Records of the 
Union and Confederate Armies, with approved historical 
authorities, with Biographical notes by Alfred Mathews. 
Supplemented by Battlefield Maps, from Government 
sources, showing the positions of troops in all important 
engagements, also by numerous illustrations of decisive 
battles, portraits of Army and Corps Commanders, etc. 

Philadelphia: L. H. Everts & Co. n. d. 

Folio, pp. 68 and maps and portraits. (Not published.) 

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Mathews, Alfred E. — Interesting Narrative, being a 
Journal of the Flight of Alfred E. Mathews, of Stark Co., 
Ohio, from the State of Texas, on the 20th of April, and 
his arrival at Chicago on the 28th of May, after traversing 
on foot and alone a distance of over 800 miles across the 
States of Louisiana, Arkansas and Missouri, by the most 
unfrequented routes; together with interesting descrip- 
tions of men and things; of what he saw and heard; 
appearance of the country, habits of the people, etc. 

n. p. 1861. 8vo. pp. 34 (1). 

Matthews, James M. — By Authority of Congress. The 
Statutes at Large of the Provisional Government of the 
Confederate States of America, from the institution of the 
Government, February 8, 1861, to its termination, 
February 18, 1862, inclusive. Arranged in chronological 
order. Together with the Constitution for the Provisional 
Government, and the Permanent Constitution of the 
Confederate States, and the Treaties concluded by the 
Confederates with Indian Tribes. Edited by James M. 
Matthews, Attorney at Law, and Law Clerk in the 
Department of Justice. 

Richmond: R. M. Smith, Printer to Congress. 1864. 

8vo. pp. 411. (Index pp. 48.) 

Matthews, Theodore Lewis Peterson. — Oration delivered at 
the Tomb of Major-General Hector Tyndale, U. S. V., in 
Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, by Comrade Theodore 
L. P. Matthews, before General Hector Tyndale Post No. 
160, Pennsylvania Division, G. A. R., on the occasion of 
Memorial Day Celebration, May 30, 1893. 

Philadelphia. The Times Printing House. 1893. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Matthews, Stanley. — Oration delivered at the Reunion of 
the Army of the Cumberland at Columbus, Ohio, Septem- 
ber 16, 1874, by Colonel Stanley Matthews. 

Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Company. 1875. 8vo. pp. 22. 

Matthews, Stanley. — (Sketch of Colonel) Stanley Matthews. 

(Portrait.) 
n. p. n. d. 4to. pp. 4. 

Matthews, Stanley. — Unveiling of Ward's Equestrian 
Statue of Major-General George H. Thomas, 
Washington, November 19, 1879. Address by Stanley 
Matthews. 

Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co., Print. 1879. 8vo. pp. 28. 

(D. McCook's map of Chickamauga inserted.) 

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MattingJy, T. W. — Sumter's Torn Flag. Saved Relics of 
the War now preserved in this City. Mrs. Anderson's 
Treasure Flag that bade defiance to the First Gun of the 
Confederacy. Gen. Anderson's defence of the Fort. 
Mrs. Anderson's historic trip. Tattered flags with a 
history. 

Washington, D. C: The Evening Star, September 22, 1892. l2mo. pp. (16.) 

Mattox, Absalom Heiskell. — A History of the Cincinnati 
Society of Ex-Army and Navy Officers, with the name, 
army record, and rank of the members alphabetically 
arranged. Written by A. H. Mattox. 

Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson, Publisher. 1880. Ry. 8vo. pp. 214. 

Mattox, Absalom Heiskell. — Responses to Toasts. 

1. Response to the Toast, "The 17th Ohio Volunteer Battery Volun- 
teer Light Artillery," by A. H. Mattox, late 1st Lieutenant 17th 
Ohio Battery, at the First Annual Reunion of the Battery, Spring- 
field, O., Oct. 1 and 2, 1865. Cincinnati, O.: Published for the 
Author. 1885. i2mo. pp. 14. 

2. What did We fight for? A response by A. H. Mattox, at the 
Second Annual Reunion of the Battery, at Springfield, Ohio, 
August 5, 1886. Cincinnati. 1886. pp. 12. 



Mattson, Hans. — Early Days of Reconstruction in North- 
eastern Arkansas. An address delivered by Colonel H. 
Mattson, before the Loyal Legion, at St. Paul, Minn., 
March 6, 1889. 

St. Paul, Minn. 1889. 8vo. pp. 13. 

Maull, D. W. — The Life and Military Services of the late 
Brigadier-General Thomas A. Smyth. By D. W. Maull, 
M. D. 

Wilmington, Del. : H. & E. F. James, Printers. 1870. 8vo. pp.50. 

Maurice, Frederick. — War Reproduced with Amendments 
from the article in the last edition of the "Enclyclopaedia 
Britannica" to which is added an Essay on Military 
Literature and a list of books, with brief comment, by 
Colonel F. Maurice, Royal Artillery, Professor of Military 
Art and History, The Royal Staff College. 

London: Macmillan & Co. 1891. 4*0. pp. — 

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Maury, J. H. — Historical Sketch of the Sixty-eighth Regiment 
Indiana Volunteers, with personal recollections of Co. 
D, and short biographies of Brigade, Division and Corps 
Commanders. 

Rush ville, I nd.: The Republican Co. 1887. i2mo. pp. (8) 212. 
Autograph letter of Author. 100 copies privately printed. 

Maury, Richard L. — The Battle of Williamsburg and the 
charge of the 24th Virginia of Early's Brigade. By 
Colonel Richard L. Maury. 

(Motto.) Richmond: Johns & Goolsby, Steam Printers. 1880. 

8vo. pp. 20. Presentation copy. Autograph of Author. 

Mawson, Harry P. — A Fair Rebel. 

n. p. n. d. i6mo. pp. 8. 

Maxfield, Albert — Brady, Robert Jr. — Roster and Statistics 
of Company D of the Eleventh Regiment Maine Infantry 
Volunteers, with a sketch of its services in the War of 
the Rebellion. Prepared by Albert Maxfield and Robert 
Brady, Jr. 

(Motto.) n. p. 1890. 8vo. pp. 83. 

Maxon, William P. — Camp Fires of the Twenty-third; 
sketches of the camp life, marches, and battles of the 
Twenty-third Regiment N. Y. V., during the term of two 
years in the service of the United States, added to these 
are statistics of enlistments, elections, promotions, sick, 
discharged, killed and wounded, and all valuable informa- 
tion connected with the Regiment. By Pound Sterling. 

New York: Davies & Kent, Printers. 1863. i2mo. pp. VIII. 9-196. 

Mayo, M. L. and L. A. — Veterans of the Confederacy. 

Surviving soldiers who led the Southern battalions in 

the Civil War, with fifteen portraits. 
Munsey's Magazine, February, 1898. pp. 753-762. 

Meacham, Henry H. — The Empty Sleeve or Life and Hard- 
ships in the Union Army. 
Springfield, Mass. 1869. i2mo. pp. 35. 

Mead, Warren Hewitt. — Southern Military Prisons and 

escapes. 
(St. Paul. 1890.) 8vo. pp. 33. 

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Meade, George. — Did General Meade Desire to Retreat 
at the Battle of Gettysburg? By George Meade, 
formerly Captain and Aide-de-Camp and Brevet Lieut. - 
Col. U. S. Army. 

Philadelphia: Porter & Coates. 1883. 8vo. pp. 29. 

Autograph letter of Col. Meade. Newspaper cuttings inserted. 

Meade, George Gordon. — Amended Report of the Battle 

of Gettysburg. 
Ms. folio, pp. 5. 

Meade, George Gordon. — Banquet given by the Historical 
Society of Pennsylvania, December 31, 1910, to celebrate 
the Ninety-fifth Anniversary of the Birth of Major- 
General George Gordon Meade. Reprint from "The 
Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography," for 
January, 191 1. 

Philadelphia. 191 1. 8vo. pp. 40. 

Meade, George Gordon. — General Meade's Letter on 
Gettysburg. 

Philadelphia. 1886. 8vo. pp. 6. Privately printed. 

Meade, George Gordon. — General Meade's Report of the 
Rapidan Campaign, May 4th to November 1st, 1864, 
communicated by William Swinton, Esq., and now first 
printed. 

The Historical Magazine, Vol V., March, 1869. pp. 161-170. Second Series. 

Meade, George Gordon. — The Life and Letters of George 
Gordon Meade, Major-General United States Army. 
By George Meade, Captain and Aide-de-Camp and Brevet 
Lieut.-Colonel United States Army. Edited by George 
Gordon Meade. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. Vol. I. pp. VII. 1-389. Vol. II. pp. VII. 1-432. (24 maps.) 

Presentation copy from the Editor. 

Autograph letters of Col. Geo. Meade and Mr. Geo. G. Meade. 

Meagher, Thomas Francis. — The Last Days of the 69TH 
in Virginia. A narrative in three parts, with a portrait. 
New York. 1861. 8vo. pp. 15. 

The fighting Sixty-ninth. War reminiscences of the gallant Irish Regiment. 
Its early history as a militia organization of the City. New York World, 
March 18, 1877, inserted. 

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Means, James H. — A Sermon, preached in the Second Church, 
Dorchester, after the death of Lieutenant William R. 
Porter, Eleventh Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, by 
Rev. James H. Means, September 7, 1862. 

Boston: Press of T. R. Marvin & Son. 1862. 8vo. pp. 91. 

Printed for private distribution. 

Means, J. O. — Waiting for Daybreak. A discourse at the 
funeral of Lieut. Edgar M. Newcomb, of the Mass. 19th 
Regt., who died December 20, 1862, of wounds received 
at Fredericksburg. Preached in Park Street Church, 
December 27, by Rev. J. O. Means, Minister of Vine St. 
Church, Roxbury. 

Boston: Printed by Alfred Mudge & Son. 1863. i2mo. pp.15. 

Meany, Edmond S. — Name of the American War of 1861- 
1865. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 17. 

Meekins, George A. — Fifth Regiment, I. M. N. G. A history 
of the Regiment from its First Organization to the present 
time. Illustrated. Copyright, 1889, by George A. Meekins. 
Authorized and endorsed by the Board of Officers of the 
Fifth Regiment. 

Baltimore, Md. 1889. 8vo. pp. 162. 

Meerheimb, F. V. — Sherman's Campaign in Georgia. 
Lecture delivered October 30, 1868, in the Military Society 
of Berlin, by F. V. Meerheemb, Major of the General 
Staff of the 1st Hansetean Infantry Regiment No. 75, with 
plan. 

Berlin. 1869. 8vo. pp. 53 (1). Map. 

Meerheimb, F. V. — Sherman's Feldzug in Georgien. 

Vortrag Gehalten am 30 October, 1868, Militairischen 

Gesellschaft zu Berlin mit leinen plane. 
Berlin. 1869. 8vo. pp. — Presentation copy from Major Meerheimb. 

Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham. — The Three Days' 
Battle of Chattanooga, 23d, 24th, 25th November, 
1864. An unofficial dispatch from General Meigs, 
Quartermaster General of the United States, to the Hon. 
E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War. Now first correctly 
printed. 

Washington, D. C. 1864. 8vo. pp. 8. 

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Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham. — The Three Days' 
Battle of Chattanooga, 23d, 24th, 25th November, 
1863, an unofficial dispatch from General Meigs, to the 
Hon. E. M. Stanton, accompanied by a plan of the battle 
(folio) furnished by the U. S. Coast Survey Office. 

New York: Presented to the U. S. Sanitary Commission by Julius Bien and 

Wm. W. Franklin. 1864. 8vo. pp. 10. 

Melville, George Wallace. — Remarks of Engineer-in-Chief 
George W. Melville, U. S. Navy, in presenting to Colonel 
John P. Nicholson, U. S. V., two Model Naval Guns, 
constructed of historic material. 

(Philadelphia. 1894.) 4to. pp. (12). 60 copies printed. 

Autograph letters. Unique. 

Merchant, Thomas Edward. — Eighty-fourth Regiment, 
Pennsylvania Volunteers (Infantry). Address by Captain 
Thomas E. Merchant at the Dedication of Monument on 
Battlefield of Gettysburg, 1889. 

n. p. (1890.) 8vo. pp. 109. Autograph note of Author. 

Merrell, W. H. — Five Months in Rebeldom; or Notes from 
the diary of a Bull Run Prisoner, at Richmond, by 
Corporal W. H. Merrell. 

Rochester, N. Y.: Published by Adams & Dabney. 1862. 8vo. pp. IV. 64. 

Merriam, Henry Clay. — Outline Statement of Services of 
Brig.-Gen. Henry C. Merriam, U. S. Army, as certified to 
by his commanders and other competent witnesses. Why 
was he not promoted before retirement? 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. (4) 1-25. 

Merrill, J. M. — A Night in Dixie, or Kilpatrick's Ride to 
Richmond. A startling tale of a famous raid. By J. M. 
Merrill. 

New York: Novelist Publishing Co. 1883. i2mo. pp. 96. 

Merrill, J. W. — Records of the 24th Independent Battery, 
N. Y. Light Artillery, U. S. V. Compiled by J. W. Merrill. 
Perry, N. Y. : Published for the Ladies Cemetery Association. 1870. 
i2mo. pp. 280. 22. 

Merrill, Samuel. — History of the 70th Indiana Volunteer 
Infantry in the War of the Rebellion. By Samuel 
Merrill. 

Indianapolis, Ind.: The Bower Merrill Co. 1900. 8vo. pp.372. 

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Merrill, Samuel H. — The Campaigns of the First Maine 

and First District of Columbia Cavalry. 
Portland. 1866. i2mo. pp. 436. 

Metcalf, Edwin. — Personal Incidents in the early campaigns 
of the Third Regiment Rhode Island Volunteers and the 
Tenth Army Corps. By Edwin Metcalf, late Colonel 
Third Regiment Rhode Island Volunteers. 

Providence: Sidney S. Rider. 1879. Sm. 4*0. pp. 31. 250 copies printed. 

Autograph note of Author. 

Meyer, Henry C. — Civil War Experiences under Bayard, 
Gregg, Kilpatrick, Custer, Raulston and Newberry, 
1862, 1863, 1864. By Henry C. Meyer, Captain 24th 
New York Cavalry, Brevet Major New York Volunteers. 

New York. 1911. Privately printed. 8vo. pp. IX. 1-119. 

Presentation copy from Author. Autograph letter. 

Meynardie, E. J. — The Siege of Charleston; its history and 
progress. A discourse delivered in Bethel Church, 
Charleston, S. C, November 19, 1863. (Thanksgiving 
Day). By Rev. E. J. Meynardie. 

Columbia: Evans & Cogswell. 1864. 8vo. pp. 15. 

Meynier, A. Jr. — Life and Military Services of Col. Charles 

D. Dreux. Published by A. Meynier, Jr. 
New Orleans: E. A. Brando & Co., Printers. 1883. i8mo. pp. 33. 

Michael, William H. — Address of William H. Michael, late 
of the Eleventh Iowa Infantry and of the United States 
Navy. Iowa Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the 
Rebellion. Before the Biennial Meeting of the Associa- 
tion of Crocker's Iowa Brigade at Waterloo, Iowa, 
September 14, 1904. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 40. 

Michael, William H. — Address of Ensign William H. Michael, 
formerly of Company B, Eleventh Iowa Infantry, and of 
the United States Navy. Co-operating between General 
Grant and Commodore Foote and between General Grant 
and Admiral Porter. Delivered at the Biennial Meeting 
Nineteen Hundred and Four, of Crocker's Iowa Brigade. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 29. 

Michie, James C. — In Memoriam. James C. Michie, October 
22 and 23, 1901. 

n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. 37. 

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Michie, Peter Smith. — Great Commanders: General Mc- 
Clellan. By General Peter S. Michie. With illustrations 
and map. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1901. 8vo. pp. IX.-489. 

Autograph note of Gen. McClellan and Autograph letter of Author. 

Michie, Peter Smith. — The Life and Letters of Emory 
Upton, Colonel of the Fourth Regiment of Artillery, and 
Brevet Major-General U. S. Army. By Peter S. Michie, 
Professor U. S. Military Academy, with an introduction 
by James Harrison Wilson, late U. S. A. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1885. i2mo. pp. XXVIII 

Mickley, J. M. — The Forty-third Regiment United States 

Colored Troops. 
Gettysburg. 1866. 8vo. pp. 88. 

Miles, Evan. — Military History of Captain Evan Miles, 

2 1st U. S. Infantry, 
n. p. n. d. i2mo. pp. (16). 

Miles, James Browning. — Address at the funeral obsequies of 

Sergeant Henry Todd, by Rev. James B. Miles. 
Charleston: Printed at the Aurora Office. 1866. i6mo. pp. 12. 
Privately printed. 

Miles, Nelson Appleton. — A Statement of the Facts concern- 
ing the imprisonment and treatment of Jefferson Davis 
while a military prisoner at Fort Monroe, Va., in 1865 
and 1866. 

Washington, D. C. : Gibson Bros., Printers. 1901. 8vo. pp. — 

"Open letter to the Press, pp. (1)." 

Miles, Nelson Appleton. — A Chapter on the Issues and 

Results of the Civil War. By Major-General Nelson A. 
Miles, Commanding United States Army. 
Harper's Weekly, January 25, 1896. 8vo. pp. (14). 

Miles, Nelson Appleton. — Personal Recollections and 
Observations of General Nelson A. Miles, embracing a 
brief view of the Civil War, or from New England to the 
Golden Gate, and the story of his Indian Campaigns with 
comments on the exploration, development and progress of 
our great Western Empire. Copiously illustrated with 
graphic pictures by Frederick Remington and other 
eminent artists. 

Chicago and New York: The Werner Company. 1896. 4to. pp. 591. 

Autograph of Gen. Miles. Newspaper cuttings inserted. 

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Miles, Nelson Appleton. — Serving the Republic. Memoirs 
of the Civil and Military Life of Nelson A. Miles, 
Lieu tenant-General United States Army. Illustrated. 

New York and London: Harper Brothers, Publishers. MCMXI. 

8vo. pp. VIII. 1-338. Autograph of Gen. Miles. 

Miller, Charles D. — Report of the Great Reunion of the 
Veteran Soldiers and Sailors of Ohio, held at Newark, 
July 22, 1873, under the auspices 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. 8vo. pp. IV.-305. 

Miller, Charles H. — History of the 16th Regiment Pennsyl- 
vania Cavalry for the year ending October 31, 1863, 
commanded by Colonel John Irvin Gregg, of Centre 
County, Pa. 

Philadelphia: King & Baird, Printers. 1864. 8vo. pp. 44. 

Miller, Delavan S. — Drum Taps in Dixie. Memories of a 

Drummer Boy, 1861-1865. By Delavan S. Miller. 
Watertown, N. Y. 1905. i2mo. pp. VII. -256. Autograph note of Author. 

Miller, Delavan S. — A Drum's Story and other Tales by 

Delavan S. Miller, Author of "Drum Taps in Dixie." 
Watertown, N. Y.: Published by Hungerford-Holbrook Company. 
i2mo. pp. 229 (16). 

Miller, F. — Military Sketch of the Present War in America 
(First year) by Major F. Miller, R. A. V. C. 

Journal of the Royal United Service Institution, August, 1862. 
pp. 242-262. (2 maps.) 

Miller, Francis Trevelyan. — Gettysburg — A Journey to 
America's Greatest Battleground in photographs taken 
by the World's First War Photographers while the battle 
was being fought. Official presentation semi-centennial 
edition. Text by Francis Trevelyan Miller, Litt. D., 
LL. D., Editor-in-Chief of the "Photographic History 
of the Civil War." Illustrations from "The Photographic 
History of the Civil War." Copyright, 1913. 

Springfield, Mass. : Patriot Publishing Co. New York : The Review of Reviews 

Company. 1913. 4to. pp. (98). 

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Miller, Francis Trevelyan — Lanier, Robert S. — The Photo- 
graphic History of the Civil War. In ten volumes. 
Francis Trevelyan Miller, Editor-in-Chief. Robert S. 
Lanier, Managing Editor. Thousands of Scenes Photo- 
graphed 1861-65. With text by many special Authorities. 
Semi-Centennial Memorial. 

Vol. I. pp. 368. (Map.) Vol. VI. pp. 322. 

Vol. II. pp. 352. (Map.) Vol. VII. pp. 352. 

Vol. III. pp. 346. (6) (Map.) Vol. VIII. pp. 382 (1). 

Vol. IV. pp. 336. (1) Vol. IX. pp. 352 (1). 

Vol. V. pp. 320 (2). Vol. X. pp. 358. 

New York: The Review of Reviews Co. 191 1. 4to. 

Miller, Robert C. — The Story of Antietam, from the tablets 
erected by the Battlefield Commission. Published by 
R. C. Miller, custodian Jennie Wade House, Gettysburg. 

Gettysburg, Pa. 1900. Sm. 4to. pp. 36. 

Mills, J. Harrison. — Chronicles of the Twenty-first 
Regiment N. Y. S. V., embracing a full history of the 
Regiment from the enrolling of the first volunteer in 
Buffalo, April 15, 1861, to the final mustering out on the 
18th day of May, 1863. By J. H. Mills, a disabled 
soldier of the Regiment. Illustrated with original 
portraits and scenes from camp and field. 

Buffalo: J. M. Johnson, Steam Press. (1863.) 
4to. Parts I. to XI. pp. 208 (all printed). 

Mills, J. Harrison. — Chronicles of the Twenty-first 
Regiment New York State Volunteers, embracing a full 
history of the Regiment, from the enrolling of the first 
Volunteer in Buffalo, April 15, 1861, to the final mustering 
out, May 18, 1863, including a copy of muster out rolls 
of field and staff, and each company. By J. Harrison 
Mills, a disabled soldier of the Regiment. 

Buffalo: Republished by the 21st Regt. Veteran Association of Buffalo, by 

permission of the Author. 1887. 

8vo. pp. X. 341. Muster out rolls (pp. 40.) 

Mills, Lewis Este. — General Pope's Virginia Campaign of 
1862, read before the Cincinnati Literary Club, February 
5, 1870. By Lewis Este Mills. 

Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co. 1870. 8vo. pp. 32. 
Autograph letter of Major Mills. 

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Mills, Lewis Este. — General Pope's Virginia Campaign of 
1862, read before "The Cincinnati Literary Club." Feb. 
5, 1870. 

Cincinnati. 1870. 8vo. pp. 35. Autograph letter of Author. 

Mindil, George Washington. — Review of Prof. Bates' account 

of the Battle of Gettysburg. 
Philadelphia: The Press. 1875. i2mo. pp. (12). (Mounted.) 
Autograph letter of Gen. Mindil. 

Mindil, George Washington. — The Battle of Fair Oaks. 

A reply to General Joseph E. Johnston. By George S. 

Mindil. 
Philadelphia. 1874. Ry. 8vo. pp. 16. Map. 
"250 copies printed for private distribution." 

Autograph letter of Major-Gen. Mindil. Newspaper cuttings, replies, etc., 
inserted. 

Minnigh, Henry N. — History of Company "K," 1st (Inft.) 
Penna. Reserves. "The Boys who fought at home," 
by H. N. Minnigh, Captain and Brev. Major. 

Duncansville, Pa.: "Home Print," Publisher, n. d. i8mo. pp. 44. 

Minnich, J. W. — Inside of Rock Island Prison from Decem- 
ber, 1863, to June, 1865. By J. W. Minnich, Grand 
Isle, La. 

Nashville, Tenn.: Publishing House of the M. E. Church, South. 1908. 

i2mo. pp. 57 (1). 

Minnigh, Luther William. — Gettysburg: "What they did 
here." Profusely illustrated historical guide book. By 
Luther W. Minnigh, the Gettysburg Battlefield Guide 
and Expositor. Author of "The Battlefield: How to See 
and Understand it;" "Locations of Monuments and 
Memorials," "Reminiscences of Gettysburg," etc. 

(Extract.) n. p. (1892.) 8vo. pp. 104. 

Minnigh, Luther William. — Gettysburg: "What they did 
here." Profusely illustrated historical guide book, by 
Luther W. Minnigh, the Gettysburg Battlefield guide and 
expositor. 

(Motto.) Baltimore, Md.: W. K. Boyle & Son, Printers. (1893.) 

8vo. pp. 112. Autograph of Author. 

Minnigh, Luther William. — Gettysburg: "What they did 
here." By Luther W. Minnigh, author, lecturer and 
guide, Gettysburg, Penna. 

n. p. (1899.) 8vo. pp. 150. (Map.) 

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Minnigh, Luther William. — The Battle of Gettysburg and 
National Military Park. The Mecca for veterans, 
patriots and students of history. By Luther W. Minnigh, 
the battlefield guide and lecturer. 

Harrisburg, Pa.: Keystone Print, n. d. i8mo. pp. (36.) 

Minnigh, Luther William. — 2oth Century Gettysburg 
Battlefield Souvenir. Useful information for veterans, 
patriots, tourists and the great army of generous youth, 
in whose souls the stirring reminiscences of the Battle of 
Gettysburg find a place. Luther W. Minnigh, the 
Gettysburg guide and lecturer. 

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 1901. i6mo. pp. 19. 

Minnigh, Luther William. — The Battlefield of Gettys- 
burg. How to see and understand it. July 1, 2, and 3, 
1863. The tourist's Guide and Hand-book with explana- 
tary map and roster of the Armies, by L. W. Minnigh. 

Gettysburg, Pa. : J. E. Wible, Steam Printer, n. d. 8vo. pp. 80. 

Minnigh, Luther William. — The Battlefield of Gettys- 
burg. Locations of Regimental and Brigade Monuments 
and Memorials erected upon the field. Arranged by 
Luther W. Minnigh. 

n. p. n. d. Folio. Folded. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Minnigh, Luther William. — The Gettysburg Knapsack. A 
souvenir of useful information for veterans, patriots, 
tourists, and the great army of generous youth, in whose 
souls the stirring reminiscences of the battle of Gettysburg 
find a place. By Luther W. Minnigh, guide and lecturer. 
Author of "Gettysburg: What they did here." 

Mt. Holly Springs, Pa.: Mt. Holly Printing Co. (1897.) i6mo. pp. 30. 

Minnigh, Luther William. — The Gettysburg Knapsack. 
A souvenir of useful information for veterans, patriots, 
tourists, and the grear army of generous youth, in whose 
souls the stirring reminiscences of the battle of Gettys- 
burg find a place. By Luther W. Minnigh, guide and 
lecturer. 

n. p. (1898.) i6mo. pp. 40. 

Mitchel, F. A. — Ormsby McKnight Mitchel, Astronomer 
and General. A biographical narrative by his son, F. A. 
Mitchel. 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. 1887. 

i2mo. pp. VIII. 1-392. 

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Mitchell, Donald Grant. — Daniel Tyler: A Memorial 
Volume containing his autobiography and war record, 
some account of his later years with various reminiscences 
and the tributes of friends. 

New Haven. MDCCCLXXXIII. 4to. pp. XVI. 186. 
200 copies privately printed. 

Mitchell, Harry W. — "The Fighting Fourteenth." The 
Battle of South Mountain, the Battle of Antietam. By 
Colonel Harry W. Mitchell. 

Brooklyn: The Advance, Feb.-July, 1885. pp. 253-256 and 115-121. 

Mitchell, Silas Weir. — Westways: A Village Chronicle. By 
S. Weir Mitchell, M. D., LL. D. 

New York: The Century Co. 1913. l2mo. pp. 510. 
Presentation copy. Autograph note of Author. 

Moat, Louis Sheppeard. — Frank Leslie's Illustrated 
Famous Leaders and Battle Scenes of the Civil War. 
The most important events of the conflict between the 
States, graphically printed stormy battle scenes and 
grand naval engagements, drawn by special artists on 
the spot, portraits of principal participants, military and 
civil; famous forts, pathetic episodes, etc. The whole 
forming an authentic pictorial history of the War, by 
such well-known artists as Becker, Crane, Beard, Schell, 
Lumley, Forbes, Nevill, David, Simons, Osborn, Wilcox, 
Weaver, Bosse, Newton, Remson, Russell, Sartorious, 
Chamberlain and others. A concise history of the Civil 
War, being official data secured from the War Records. 
Edited by Louis Sheppeard Moat, with an introduction 
by Joseph B. Carr, Major-General. 

New York: Mrs. Frank Leslie, Publisher. (1896.) Folio, pp. XII. 1-544. 

Moffett, Cleveland. — Grant and Lincoln in Bronze. 

McClure's Magazine, Oct., 1895. pp. 419-432. 

Monroe, Nelson. — The Grand Army Button. A Souvenir 
Dedicated to "My Comrades," The Grand Army of the 
Republic and the Sons of Veterans, of the United States. 
By Nelson Monroe. Reminiscences of the days of dark 
secession, 1861 and 1865. "And we recognize this 
Button wheresoever it may be, as a badge of glory won." 

Boston: Rockwell & Churchhill Press. 1893. 8vo. pp. 67. 

519 



Monroe, William Harrison. — The Battle of Antietam: 
A Military Study. By Captain William H. Monroe, 
Coast Artillery. 

Journal of U. S. Military Service Institution, pp 248-279. 

Monteiro, A. — War Reminiscences, by the Surgeon of Mosby's 

Command. 
Richmond, Va.: Everett Waddey. 1890. l2mo. pp. VIII. 208. 
Autograph of Author. 

Montgomery, Asbe. — An Account of R. R. Blazer and his 
scouts, operating in West Virginia and in Loudon and the 
Shenandoah Valleys, against William and Philip Thurma,n, 
and Mosby, the great Guerrillas. By Asbe Mont- 
gomery, one of the scouts belonging to Captain Blazer's 
Company. 

Marietta, Ohio: Printed at the Register Office. 1865. 8vo. pp. 30. 

Montgomery, Frank A. — Reminiscences of a Mississippian 
in Peace and War. By Frank A. Montgomery, Lieutenant 
Colonel First Mississippi Cavalry, Armstrong's Mississippi 
Brigade; Member of Legislature, 1880, 1882, 1884, 1896, 
and one term Judge of Fourth Circuit Court District of 
Miss. 

Cincinnati: The Robert Clarke Company Press. 1901. 8vo. pp. XVI. 1-305. 

Montgomery, Walter A. — Life and Character of Major- 
General W. D. Pender. Memorial Address, May 10, 
1894. By Walter A. Montgomery, Esq., of the Raleigh 
Bar. 

Raleigh, N. C: Edwards & Boughton, Printers. 1894. 8vo. pp. 27. 

Moody, John S. — General Index to Series i of the Official 
Records of the War of the Rebellion, prepared by John S. 
Moody. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1891. 8vo. pp. 35. 

In two parts: Part 1. Operations 1861, 1862, 1863, Volumes I. to XXXI., 

inclusive. 

Moody, John S. — General Index to Series i of the Official 
Records of the War of the Rebellion, prepared by John S. 
Moody. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1892. 8vo. pp. 128. 

In two parts: Part 1. Operations 1861, 1862, 1863, Volumes I. to XXXI., 

inclusive. 

Moore, A. H. — Heth's Division at Gettysburg. (Taken 
from the Philadelphia Times, 1882, and published by 
request of Tennessee Soldiers.) 

The Southern Bivouac, May, 1885. pp. 383-395. 

520 



Moore, Edward A. — The Story of a Cannoneer under 
Stonewall Jackson, with introduction by Capt. Robert E. 
Lee, Jr., and Hon. Henry St. George Tucker. Fully 
illustrated by portraits. 

New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Co. 1907. 8vo. pp. 315. 

Moore, Francis M. — "Ghosts or Devils" I'm Done. By 
Francis M. Moore. The startling adventure of two 
officers of the 62nd Ohio Infantry on Polly Island, S. C., 
during General Gilmore's Siege of Fort Sumter in the 
War of the Rebellion, and the story which incited their 
adventure. 

Deadwood, S. D. : Press of O. C. Cole & Son. 8vo. pp. 72. 

Moore, Frank. — Anecdotes, Poetry and Incidents of the War, 
North and South, i860- 1865. Collected and arranged 
by Frank Moore. 

New York: Printed for the Subscribers. 1866. Ry. 8vo. pp. 560. 

Moore, Frank. — Songs and Ballads of the Southern 
People, 1 861 -1865. Collected and edited by Frank 
Moore. 

New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1886. i6mo. pp. 334. 

Moore, Frank. — Heroes and Martyrs! Notable men of the 
time. Biographical sketches of the military and naval 
heroes, statesmen and orators distinguished in the 
American Crisis of 1861-62, with portraits on steel from 
original sources. 

New York. (1862.) 4to. pp. IV. 1-253. 

Moore, Frank. — The Rebellion Record. A Diary of 
American Events, with documents, narratives, illustrative 
incidents, poetry, etc. Illustrated with portraits on 
steel, maps and diagrams. 

New York: G. P. Putnam and D. Van Nostrand. 1861-1868. 

Vol. I. pp. X. 5-428 1-152. Index XVI. 

Vol. II. pp. IX. 1-544 1-112. Index XVI. 

Vol. III. pp. IX. 1-524 1-76. Index XIX. 

Vol. IV. pp. VIII. 1-536 1-106. Index XV. 

Vol. V. pp. IX. 1-624 1-50. Index XVI. 

Vol. VI. pp. VI. 1-638 1-56. Index XVI. 

Vol. VII. pp. VIII. 1-604 1-100. Index XVI. 

Vol. VIII. pp. VII. 1-608 1-72. Index XVI. 

Vol. IX. pp. V. 1-759 1-14. Index IX. 

Vol. X. pp. VII. 1-762. Index XI. 

Vol. XI. pp. VI. 1-742. Index XIV. 

Supplement First, Vol. I. pp. 759. IV. 

Ry. 8vo. 12 Vols. 

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Moore, Frank. — (The Rebellion Record.) Indices to the 

Twelve Volumes. (1-12.) 
New York. v. d. 8vo. 

Moore, Frank. — Women of the War, their heroism and self- 
sacrifice. By Frank Moore. Illustrated with steel 
engravings. 

Hartford, Conn. 1867. 8vo. pp. XVI. 17-596. Autograph letter of Author. 

Moore, Henry D. — The Problem of the Rebellion. An 
address read before Fred. C. Jones Post. By Comrade 
Rev. Henry D. Moore, late Chaplain of the 13th Maine 
Vol. Inf. (Col. Neal Dow's Reg.) 

Cincinnati, O.: Published by The Fred C. Jones Post, No. 401, Department 
of Ohio, G. A. R. 1898. 8vo. pp. 31. 

Moore, James. — A Complete History of the Great Rebellion 
or the Civil War in the United States, 1861-65, comprising 
a full and impartial account of the military and naval 
operations with vivid and accurate descriptions of the 
various battles, bombardments, skirmishes, etc., which 
took place on land and water; the whole embracing a 
complete history of the War for the Union, also with 
biographical sketches of the principal actors in the Great 
Drama, with an introduction by Dr. R. Shelton Mackenzie. 
(Illustrated.) 

Philadelphia. 1875. Sm. 8vo. pp. — 

Moore, James. — History of the Cooper Shop Volunteer 

Refreshment Saloon, by James Moore, M. D. 
Philadelphia: Published by Jas. B. Rodgers. 1866. i2mo. pp. VI. 7-212- 
(One of the rare medals inserted in the cover.) 

Moore, James. — Kilpatrick and Our Cavalry, comprising a 
sketch of the life of General Kilpatrick, with an account 
of the Cavalry raids, engagements and operations under 
his command from the beginning of the Rebellion to the 
surrender of Johnston, with twelve illustrations from 
original designs by Wand. 

New York: W. J. Middleton. 1865. i2mo. pp. 245. 

Presentation copy from Major Moore. Autograph note of Gen. Kilpatrick. 

Moore, James. — Two Years in the Service, or the personal 
recollections of a medical officer, by James Moore, M. D. 
Philadelphia: S. A. George. 1863. 8vo. pp. 16. 

522 



Moore, John W. — Roster of North Carolina Troops in the 
War Between the States. Prepared, by order of the 
Legislature of 1881, by John W. Moore, late Major 
Comd'g 3rd Battalion Light Artillery. 

Raleigh: Ashe & Gatling, State Printers. 1882. 

8vo. Vol. I. pp. IX. 1-581. Vol. II. pp. (4) 1-743. Vol. III. (4) 1-741. 

Vol. IV. pp. VII. 1-458. 

Moore, Joseph Addison. — Address on the Three Days' 
Operations of the One Hundred and Forty-seventh 
P. V. V. I. at Gettysburg, July 1, 2, and 3, 1863, by 
Joseph Addison Moore, late Captain Company B, 147th 
P. V. V. I. Delivered September 12, 1889, on the occasion 
of the dedication of the 147th Regiment P. V. V. I. 
Monument on Gettysburg Battlefield, on Culp's Hill. 

Harrisburg: Meyers Printing and Publishing House. 1889. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Moore, Joseph Hampton. — Baker at Balls Bluff. Address 
of Hon. J. Hampton Moore, Member of Congress from 
Pennsylvania, to (California) Regiment, G. A. R., and 
Confederate Veterans at Balls Bluff, Potomac River, 
Virginia, on the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Battle, 
October 21, 191 1. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 7. 

Moore, Joseph Hampton. — The Enlisted Men. Address of 
Hon. J. Hampton Moore, Member of Congress from 
Pennsylvania, at the unveiling of theStephenson Memorial, 
Grand Army of the Republic, Washington, D. C, July 3, 
1909. 

n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 11. 

Moore, Joseph Hampton. — United— the Blue and the Gray. 
Address of Hon. J. Hampton Moore, of Pennsylvania, 
delivered at Gettysburg, Pa., July 3, 1913. Printed in 
the Congressional Record, July 29, 1913. 

Washington : Government Printing Office. 1913. 8vo. pp.4. 

Moore, J. Mack. — Souvenir of Vicksburg, Miss. Photos 

by J. Mack Moore, Vicksburg, Miss, 
n. p. n. d. i8mo. pp. 58. Copyright 1905. 

Moore, J. Mack. — Souvenir of Vicksburg, Miss. Photos 

by J. Mack Moore, Vicksburg, Miss. 
n. p. Copyright 1905, by J. Mack Moore. 4to. pp. 64. 

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Moore, William D. — Fourth of July Souvenir. Respect- 
fully dedicated to His Excellency Andrew G. Curtin, 
Governor of Pennsylvania, and the gallant defenders of 
the Union, from the State of Pennsylvania. By William 
D. Moore. 

(Philadelphia. 1865.) 8vo. pp. 36. 

Moore, W. D. — The Life and Works of Col. Henry Hughes. 
A funeral sermon preached in the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, Port Gibson, Miss., October 26th, 1862, by Rev. 
W. D. Moore. 

Mobile: Farron & Dennett, Printers. 1863. 8vo. pp. 40. 

Appendix 1 and 2 containing the organization and casualties of the troops 

from Clairborne Co. 

Moran, Frank E. — Bastiles of the Confederacy, a reply to 
Jefferson Davis, being a narrative of the treatment of 
Union Prisoners in the military prisons of the South during 
the War of the Rebellion. From official records of the 
United States War Department. Reports by Committees 
of Congress, captured Confederate Archives and from 
evidence taken at the trial of Captain Henry Wirz, in 
1865, and from personal experiences of the author dur