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SUFFERINGS ENDURED FOR A FREE GOVERNMENT OR A HISTORY OF THE CRUELTIES AND ATROCITIES OF THE REBELLION. (Hardcover)
By Thomas Wilson. 300 pages. 1865. Philadelphia. Illustrated. "A Southern Unionist's compilation of atrocity stories, many involving military and political prisoners." CWB
Sunset and Dusk of the Blue and Gray
By J. S. Hoar This book contains a various aspects of the Civil War Confederates post-war. There are a multitude of essays of Civil War Confederate Veterans containing various perspectives,...
TENNESSEE IN THE WAR 1861-1865. (Hardcover)
By Marcus J. Wright. 228p. (1908) Lists of "Military organizations and officers from Tennessee in both the Confederate and Union Armies; General and Staff Officers of the Provisional Army of...
TENNESSEE: Report of the Society of the Army of the Tennessee at the 1st Annual Meeting, Nov. 14th & 15th, 1866. (Hardcover)
THREE YEARS AND A HALF IN THE ARMY; OR, HISTORY OF THE SECOND COLORADOS
By Mrs. Ellen Williams (178p., 5.5x8.5, 1885)"Co. A", Second Colorado Cavalry. CWCO2C
THREE YEARS IN FIELD HOSPITALS OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. (Hardcover)
By Mrs. W. H. Holstein. 131 pages. 1867. Philadelphia. "Perceptive reminiscences of a woman who saw the decidedly unglamorous side of the war with the Army of the Potomac." CWB...
THREE YEARS IN THE CONFEDERATE HORSE ARTILLERY
By George M. Neese. 362 pages. (1911) Hardcovers.Memoirs of George Neese during his service as a gunner in Chew's Battery, Stuart's Horse Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia in the Confederate...
Through the Ordeal of Fire and Blood: Fighting with the First Pennsylvania Reserves
As a result of years of researching pension and service records, visiting gravesites, searching the internet and newspapers, and making use of sources from historical societies and archives, the biographical...
TROOPS FURNISHED BY THE STATE OF IOWA AND THE REBELLION. A HISTORY OF IOWA (Hardcover)
By Lurton Ingersoll 743 pages, 3rd Edition 1867 CWIATROH
ULSTER GUARD: The "Ulster Guard", 20TH New York State Militia and the war of the Rebellion. (Hardcover)
By Theodore B. Gates. 619 pages. 1879
UNION REGIMENTS OF KENTUCKY.
By Capt. Thos. Speed. Louisville, KY. 1897. 741 pages. This is a shortened version of the 1866-67 Kentucky A. G. Report. It adds material on campaigns and unit histories as...
UNIVERSITY MEMORIAL: BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF ALUMNI OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA WHO FELL IN THE CONFEDERATE WAR. 5 volumes in 1. HARDCOVERS
By Rev. John Lipscomb Johnson. 765 pages. 1871. "Many of the biographical sketches contain letters from the field of Confederate soldiers; a valuable work for the Old Dominion's contribution to...
VAUGHAN: "A CALL TO ARMS" Vaughans in the Civil War. (Hardcover)
By Jim Quinlan, Sheila Vaughan, Candace Quinlan. 422 pages. 2013. CWGENVA
VERMONT RIFLEMEN IN THE WAR FOR THE UNION, 1861-1865. A HISTORY OF COMPANY "F", FIRST UNITED STATES SHARP SHOOTERS. (Hardcover)
By William Ripley, Lt. Col 204 pages. 1883
Vermont: 14th Life in Camp
By J. C. Williams This book tells a history of the nine months' service of the Fourteenth Vermont Regiment, from October 21, 1862, when it was mustered into the U.S....
WHEN THE BUGLE CALLED
By Edith C. Tatum. 132p. Originally published by the Neale Publishing Company in 1908
WISCONSIN IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION; A HISTORY OF ALL REGIMENTS AND BATTERIES THE STATE HAS SENT TO THE FIELD. (Hardcover)
By William D. Love. 1144 pages. 1866
WISCONSIN LOSSES IN THE CIVIL WAR. A LIST OF NAMES OF WISCONSIN SOLDIERS KILLED IN ACTION, MORTALLY WOUNDED OR DYING FROM OTHER CAUSES IN THE CIVIL WAR. (Hardcover)
Edited By Charles Estabrook. 343 pages. 1915