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Abbott, Allen O.
Prison Life in the South: at Richmond, Macon, Savannah, Charleston, Columbia, Charlotte, Raleigh, Goldsborough, and Andersonville, during the years 1864 and 1865.
New York: Harper & Brothers. 1865
Adams, Francis Colburn.
The story of a trooper.
New York: Dick & Fitzgerald. 1865
With much of interest concerning the campaign on the Peninsula, not before written.
Adams, John Gregory Bishop.
Reminiscences of the Nineteenth Massachusetts regiment.
Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Company. 1899
Adamson, Augustus Pitt.
Brief history of the Thirtieth Georgia regiment.
Griffin, Georgia, The Mills Printing Company. 1912
Ambrose, Daniel Leib.
History of the Seventh regiment Illinois volunteer infantry, from its first muster into the U.S. service, April 25, 1861, to its final muster out, July 9, 1865.
Springfield, Illinois, Illinois Journal Company. 1868
Amory, Charles Bean.
A brief record of the army life of Charles B. Amory.
[Boston?] Privately Printed. 1902
written for his children.
Anderson, Ephraim McDowell.
Memoirs: historical and personal.
St. Louis, Times Printing Company. 1868
including the campaigns of the First Missouri Confederate brigade.
[Anderson, James S.].
Nineteen months a prisoner of war in the hands of the Rebels: experiences at Belle Isle, Richmond, Danville, and Andersonville.
Milwaukee, Starr & Son, Printers. 1865
some items with reference to Capt. Wirz, with a map of Andersonville prison camp, called Camp Sumter.
Andrew, Abram Piatt.
Some civil war letters of A. Piatt Andrew, III.
Gloucester, Massachusetts, Privately Printed. 1925
Andrews, Eliza Frances.
The war-time journal of a Georgia girl, 1865-1865.
New York: D. Appleton and Company. 1908
Illustrated from contemporary photographs.
Aten, Henry J.
History of the Eighty-fifth regiment, Illinois volunteer infantry.
Hiawatha, Kan. 1901
Comp. And pub. under the auspices of the Regimental association.
The blue and the gray: sketches of a portion of the unwritten history of the great American civil war, a truthful narrative of adventure, with thrilling reminiscences of the great struggle on land and sea.
Atlanta, Georgia, The Franklin Printing and Publishing Company. 1899
Bacon, Alvin Q.
Thrilling adventures of a pioneer boy (of the John M. Palmer, 14th Ill., regiment) while a prisoner of war.
Alvan [!] Q. Bacon, his capture at the Battle of Shiloh, and escape from Macon, Ga.
Among the cotton thieves.
Detroit, The Free Press Steam Book and Job Printing House. 1867
Barber, Lucius W.
Memoirs of Lucius W. Barber, Company "D," 15th Illinois volunteer infantry.
Chicago, The J.M.W. Jones Stationery and Printing Company. 1894
May 24, 1861, to Sept. 30, 1865. 1861-1865.
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.
Davenport, Iowa. Printed for the Author at the Gazette Job Rooms. 1865
Barron, Samuel Benton.
The Lone Star defenders.
New York and Washington, The Neale Publishing Company. 1908
a chronicle of the Third Texas Cavalry, Ross' Brigade.