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12th Infantry WI - STORY OF THE SERVICE OF COMPANY E, AND OF THE TWELFTH WISCONSIN REGIMENT.
By Hosea Rood. 547 pages. 1893. Milwaukee, WI. Portraits. "A full and sometimes useful history, but one obviously embellished." CWB
15th Infantry WI - DET FEMTENDE REGIMENT WISCONSIN. [Written in Norwegian.} (Hardcover)
By Ole Amundsen. 696 pages. 1894 Please note: This book is written in Norwegian.
15th Infantry WI - OBERST HEG OG HANS GUTTER. [Written in Norwegian] (Hardcover)
By Waldemar Ager. 326 pages. 1916 Please note: This book is written in Norwegian.
22nd Infantry WI - THE STAR CORPS; OR, NOTES OF AN ARMY CHAPLAIN, DURING SHERMAN'S FAMOUS "MARCH TO THE SEA."
By Rev. G. S. Bradley, Chaplain 22nd Wisconsin. 304 pages. 1865. Milwaukee. "His descriptions of the victims of Sherman's march are particularly good." CWB
31st Infantry WI - MEMOIRS OF THE CIVIL WAR. THE 31st REGIMENT WISCONSIN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, 1861 TO 1865. (Softcover)
By Abel Stelle. 87p. (1904)
33rd Infantry WI - MEMORANDUM AND ANECDOTES OF THE CIVIL WAR. (Softcover)
By A. J. Robinson, Private Company E, and 33rd Wisconsin 48 pages. 1912
36th Infantry WI - THE THIRTY-SIXTH WISCONSIN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. (Hardcover)
By James M. Aubery. 430 pages. 1900
37th Infantry WI - THE SWORD AND GUN, A HISTORY OF THE 37TH WISCONSIN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. (Hardcover)
By Major R. C. Eden. 120 pages. 1865
38th Infantry WI - BATTLE FIELDS AND CAMP FIRES OF THE THIRTY-EIGHTH. (Hardcover)
By Lieut. S. W. Pierce. 254 pages. 1866 CWWI38IH
3rd Infantry WI - A NARRATIVE OF SERVICE WITH THE THIRD WISCONSIN INFANTRY. (Hardcover)
By Julian W. Hinkley. 197 pages. 1912. Madison, WI. "A thoroughly orgainized and completely reliable memoir, based on letters, diary, and postwar manuscript; Hinkley saw much service in both major...
3rd Infantry WI - HISTORY OF THE THIRD REGIMENT OF WISCONSIN VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY 1861-1865. (Hardcover)
By Edwin E. Bryant. 445 pages. 1891. Madison, WI. Portraits. Folding Maps. Union Bookshelf. "An excellent regimental history; maps and illustrations are above average, and the text is particularly revealing...
5th Infantry WI - THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. BEHIND THE SCENES. (Hardcover)
By Alfred L. Castleman, Surgeon of the Fifth Regiment of Wisconsin Volunteers. 288 pages. 1863. Milwaukee. "Very fresh and candid material from the author's journal written in camp, hospital, battle...
6th Battery WI - AN ARTILLERYMAN'S DIARY. (Hardcover)
By Jenkin Lloyd Jones. 395 pages. 1914. Madison, WI. Portraits. "Jones particupated only in the Atlanta campaign, but his diary contains a wealth of insights and information on army life."...
6th Infantry WI - HISTORY OF THE SAUK COUNTY RIFLEMEN KNOWN AS COMPANY "A" SIXTH WISCONSIN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. (Hardcover)
By Philip Cheek and Mair Pointon. 220 pages. 1909. Madison, WI. Illustrated. Union Bookshelf. "One of the best company histories in Civil War literature; often quoted, and justifiably so." CWB
8th Infantry WI - "THE EAGLE REGIMENT", 8TH WISCONSIN INFANTRY VOLS. & SKETCH OF ITS MARCHES, BATTLES AND CAMPAIGNS FROM 1861 TO 1865 WITH A COMPLETE REGIMENTAL AND COMPANY ROSTER.
By John M. Williams. 166 pages. 1890
8th Infantry WI - REMINISCENCES OF THE CIVIL WAR. (Hardcover)
By Col. William P. Lyon and Mrs. Adelia C. Lyon. 274 pages. 1907. San Jose, CA. Portraits. "These letters By a Wisconsin officer and unusually good accounts of occupational service...
CIVIL WAR WISCONSIN: Capture of Jefferson Davis, Part Taken by Wisconsin Troops (Softcover)
by Henry Harnden 1898. 105p