John O. Casler, Mr White & Philip Slaughter
Accounts of three men who served with the elite Virginia infantry regiments
Four Years in the Stonewall Brigade by John O. Casler, Sketches of the Life of Captain Hugh White of Stonewall’s Brigade by..
Theodore Gerrish & H. S. Melcher
The civil war of the men from Maine by one of their number
Army Life: A Private’s Reminiscences of the Civil War by Theodore Gerrish
A Brief History of the 20th Maine Regiment in the American Ci..
Victor M. Rose & S. B. Barron
‘The rollicking, rascally and brave boys from the Lone Star state’
The American Civil War brought forth several notable soldiers and commanders on both the Union and Confederate sides of the confli..
J. B. Polley & Mrs. C. M. Winkler
Hood’s Texas Brigade by J. B. Polley & The Life and Character of General John B. Hood by Mrs. C. M. Winkler
A famous Confederate commander and the elite force that bore his name
The American Civil War, which split the nation’s small officer cadre in two, inevitably ensured many young officers from both U..
G. C. Sumner, J. A. Monroe & E. K. Parker
Four Accounts by Union Army Artillerymen from the 1st Rhode Island Light Artillery During the American Civil War—Battery D, First Rhode Island Light Artillery
by G. C. Sumner & Three Personal Narratives of the Rhode Island Soldiers and Sailors Histor
Four accounts of Union gunners in action
Posterity has been fortunate in that many participants in the war between the states, the American Civil War, decided to write books about their experiences..
William Y. W. Ripley
Company F, First United States Sharpshooters in the American Civil War
The Union Army's green riflemen at war
The important role of sharpshooters on the battlefield had been recognised by armies since the time when firearms were developed with a greater degree of accu..
Charles H. Clarke & Alfred J. Hill
Two Histories of Union Infantry Companies During the American Civil War
Company F, 1st Regiment Rhode Island Volunteersby Charles H. Clarke
Company E, 6th Minnesota Regiment of Volunteer Infantry by Alfred J. Hill
Two bands of brothers in blue
The American Civil Wa..
Dudley Landon Vaill, Daniel Oakey & George H. Pettis
The County Regiment by Dudley Landon Vaill
History of the Second Massachusetts Regiment of Infantry by Daniel Oakey
Frontier Service During the Rebellion by George H. Pettis
Three regiments of me..
Henry M. Cist
The Campaigns of a Union Army During the American Civil War
A Union Army at war against the Confederacy
The Army of the Cumberland was one of the principal armies of the Union Army. It was first commanded by Rosecrans who commanded it through its first sign..
William P. Seville
A Union Regiment’s Campaigns During the American Civil War
An elite volunteer unit in blue
An independent observer from within another regiment of the Union Army—upon seeing the Delaware Volunteers in action—declared them unreservedly to be the finest volu..
John R. Kinnear
A Union Army regiment at war
This concise account of a regiment of volunteers from the state of Illinois enables the reader to follow its progress through its service during the war between the sta..
Richard B. Irwin
A Federal Corps at war against the Confederacy
The Nineteenth Army Corps of the Union Army was comprised of the Federal troops allocated to the Department of the Gulf. It commenced active operation..
George Litte & James R. Maxwell
Alabama Artillery in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War
The Alabama Cannoneers at War
This is an interesting concise account, by authors who were members and participants in its actions, of a battery of Confederate Artillery including its campaigns duri..
George B. Guild
The Services of Smith’s Regiment of Confederate Cavalry by One of its Officers
The history of vital Confederate cavalry regiment
This history of a famous and dashing cavalry regiment of the Confederate forces during the American Civil War was authored by a serving officer who..
The Army of the Potomac, Union Army, During the American Civil War
The history of a famous Union Army corps by one its members
The Sixth Corps, army of the Potomac was formed in 1862 under the command of Major General William B. Franklin. Stevens, the author of th..