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A Battle in the Bayous - De Courcey's Brigade at the Great Chickasaw Bluffs Conflict

A Blockade Runner - A long chase and a double capture.pdf

A Bloodless Victory - Part Taken by Ohio Men at Cumberland Gap

A Blue-Jacket in the Toils - Prison Life From a Naval Officer's Standpoint

A Bold Venture - Story of a Secret Mission to the Ram Arkansas

A Boy Lieutenant in a Black Regiment - A First Person Narrative by Captain Free S. Bowley

A Brilliant Feat of Arms - General Sheridan's Battle at Boonville, Mississippi

A Brush with Bushwhackers - Forty-five 9th Missouri Cavalry boys hold off 300 "Whackers."

A Cavalry Dash - Experience of a Detachment of the 1st Ohio Cavalry

A Cavalry Escape - The Successful Elusive Movement at Harper's Ferry

A Cavalryman at Cedar Creek - What an Ohio Boy Saw in the Great Rebellion

A Confederate Ram- Career of the Albemarle and her destruction

A Conflict of Death - Incidents Which Happened at the Battle of Atlanta

A Daring Dash - General J.H. Wilson's Great Raid through Alabama and Georgia

A Daring Feat - Running the Port Hudson Batteries in a frail, defenseless, Steamer

A Dash for Freedom - How a Party of Salisbury Prisoners effected their escape

A Dash for Liberty - March of Union Refugees from North Carolina to Kentucky

A Day at Gettysburg - The tiresome march, charge of Baxter's Brigade, and scenes in the hospital

A December March - A scamper from Chattanooga for the relief of Burnside

A Deed of Daring - The True Story of the Capture of a Rebel Railway Train

A Drummer-Boy at Donelson - With the Western Army under Grant in 1862.pdf

A Far-West Fight - Graphic Sketch of a Campaign Beyond the Mississippi

A Fearful March - From Matagorda Bay to San Antonio

A Fighting Regiment's First Battle - A Colonel's recollections of the Burnside Expedition and capture of Roanoke Island

A Fire Zouave - Memoirs of a member of the Excelsior Brigade, by Frank Moran, Captain, 73rd New York

A Gallant Record - Michigan's 5th Cavalry in the latter period of the War, by J.K. Lowden

A Game of See-Saw - Exciting Events in the Gulf During the War

A Gettysburg Diary - Carroll's Brigade and the part it played in repulsing the "Tigers."

A Great Battlefield - In and about the Shenandoah Valley

A History of Prison Life in Libby - By Captain John W. Chamberlin, Co. A, 123rd Regiment, O.V.I

A Kentucky Regiment at Chickamauga - As seen by one who fought in the front rank

A Long Chase - Morgan's Raid Through Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio in 186

A Lost History - Experiences of Company A, 2nd Cal. Cavalry., Not Recorded Officially

A Loyal Southron - Troublesome times in Alabama. How the 1st Alabama Cavalry was made up

A Midnight Alarm - Advance of Contrabands on the Union Camp causes the sounding of the "Long Roll."

A Militia Muster - An eventful drill of a "Critter" company in Tennessee before the war

A Night With Guerillas - Capturing a rascally leader and upsetting his plans against Sherman

A Noble Band - Sterling Work Performed by the Fourth Michigan Cavalry

A Northern Prison- How Rebel Captives Fared at the Elmira Stockade

A Noted Character - Captain John R. Kelso, the Scourge of Southern Guerilla

A Perilous Role - Adventures of One of McClellan's Spies

A Perilous Trip to Richmond - Adventures of one of McClellan's spies

A Plan of Cooperation - General Steele's Expedition Through Arkansas

A Prisoner at Camp Ford - Life and incidents at that Texas Prison.pdf

A Prisoner of War - A Veteran Illinois Soldier in Andersonville

A Prisoner's experiences - A novel escape and the trials of a 200 mile struggle thru forests and swamps

A Race for Life - John Morgan's Raid Through Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohi

A Rebel Terror - Depredations of the Cruiser Sumter during the war

A Regiment of Gallant Men - The 53rd Illinois, whose mettle was tried on many a hard-fought field, by George J. Mosher, Company F, 53rd Illinois

A Regimental Surgeon - His Experiences During the First Six Months in the Field

A Regular at Fort Wagner - Impressions of Service with the Engineer Corps in Hazardous Operations

A Reminiscence of Stones River - One of the Most Hotly-Contested Battles of the War

A Scout's Adventures - Making preparations for the famous McCook Raid

A Spring Campaign - Operations in Missouri Against General Price

A Stronghold Hard Beset - Story of the Confederate Defense of Fort Wagner

A Study of Bull Run - The First Great Battle of the War of the Rebellion

A Terrible Day - The fighting before Atlanta, July 22, 1864

A Union Man in Richmond - Personal recollections of the Great Rebellion, by a Native Virginian

A Unique Battleground - Operations in Southwest Missouri in the Early Part of the War

A Very Close Shave - How a rebel shell came near defeating the purpose of Sheridan's Ride

A Western Battle - Gallant Fighting on the Soil of Arkansas

A Year in Six Rebel Prisons - Terrible experiences and sufferings of a New York Cavalryman in the hands of the Rebels, by Henry A. Harman, Troop A, 12th New York Cavalry

A Young Marauder - Sketch of Sue Munday, the Kentucky Outla

About the Bucktails - The famous regiment of Pennsylvania Rifleman

Across the Plains - A three weeks' journey with an Army Train

Across the Rapidan - A push into the Wilderness

Admiral Dahlgren off Charleston - An officer distinguished for patriotism and zeal, by Mrs. Dahlgren

Advance and Retreat - Personal experiences in the United States and the Confederate Armies, by J.B. Hood. 

Adventures of an Iron Brigade Man - A graphic description of campaigns, battles and marches in the Army of the Potomac from the earliest days of the war, by R.K. Beacham, 2nd Wisconsin

Affair of the Pickets - Exciting events near Gaines's Mill

Afield with Crocker's Brigade - Recollections of service with the Army of Tennessee

After Chickamauga - The Incidents and Hardships Experienced by the Army of the Cumberland

After the Battle - Some incidents and observations at Gettysburg

Against the Tide at Shiloh - Reminiscences of an Illinois boy in the Western Army

Alexandria - Graphic Account of its Capture and Occupation in 1861

Always at the Front - The 7th Illinois Cavalry and its magnificent fight for the flag, by W.W. Porter

Among the Guerillas - An unpleasant situation and a discovery

An Army Newsboy - A Kid's Reminiscences of the Fiery Front, With the Famous Old Iron Brigad

An Exodus from Danville Prison - The Feat of Tunneling Out Performed by Union Captives

An Ex-Rebel's War Recollections - Anecdotes and Descriptions of Tennessee Life and Scenes at the Beginning of the War

An Extraordinary Naval Career - A German boy from Texas rises from ordinary seaman to Rear-Admiral

An Ideal Leader - Reminiscences of Fighting Joe Hooker

An Ill-Advised Expedition - Terrible March of Crocker's Iowa Brigade Through Louisiana's Swamps

An Inspiring Sight - Fighting on Lookout Mountain and the Charge up Mission Ridge.pdf

Andersonville - The Trial of Wirz

Antietam Days - A picture of the struggle in Maryland

Appomattox - Surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia

Appomattox - The careful testimony of the men who were there

Appomattox - The Reception of the Flag of Truce

Arkansas Travelers - Campaigning Under Curtis in the Southwest

Armored Vessels, The Norfolk post., February 15, 1866, Image 1

Army of Kentucky - Story of Kirby Smith's Second Invasion, by One of McCook's Boys. 

Army of the Cumberland - Operations at the Battle of Stone River

Army of the Ohio - Its organization under Major-General Don Carlos Buell

Army of the Ohio - One of the Smallest Armies, Which Had a Glorious History

Army of the Potomac - Its organization, campaigns, and service graphically described, by Martin Maginnis. 

Army of Virginia - Campaign in front of Washington in 1862, by General John Pope

At Antietam - A True and Graphic Story of the 16th Connecticut

At Antietam - The Gallant Services of the 125th Pennsylvania

At Chapin's Farm - Thrilling picture of the soldier in battle, by Rev. A.L. Morey, Company G, 98th New York.

At Chickamauga - The fighting and maneuvering on the First Day

At Chickamauga - The Part Taken by the 82nd Indiana

At Gaines's Mill - Scenes and incidents of the battle

At Gettysburg - The Experience of an Ohio Artilleryman

At Gettysburg - The splendid work done by Smith's Battery

At Libby Prison - Graphic pen pictures of the doings in that famous and infamous prison at Richmond.pdf

At Libby Prison - Ingenious escapes; Filling a prescription for General Winder; Prisoners exhibited at Baltimore

At Nashville - The Gallant Service of the 15th Indiana Battery

At New Orleans - The Story of a Rebel Girl Who Joined the Union

At Perryville - What an Artilleryman Saw of that Battle

At Port Hudson - Sketch of the desperate assault on the works

At Sailor's Creek - The cavalry charge that settled the business

At the Carter House - The hot time endured by the 73rd Illinois at the Carter House Yard

At the Outbreak - A Pennsylvanian in Washington early in 1861

Atlanta Campaign - Masterly monographs from a trenchant pen, by O.O. Howard, Major-General. 

Attack on Corinth - How Price and Van Dorn were routed there

August Morning with Farragut - An Interesting Account of the Fight in Mobile Bay

Averill's Mistake - McCausland's Raid and the Burning of Chambersburg

Averill's Raid - A graphic sketch of a Dashing Cavalry Exploit

Averill's Ride - Three hundred miles through the enemy's country to warn Emory

Away Down in Texas - Campaign of the Thirteenth Corps in the Winter of 1863

Back in Dixie - A Ten Days' Trip Through the Southland by Two Comrades

Back to Old Kentucky - The Story of John Morgan's Imprisonment and Escape

Baldy Smith's Vindication - A Review of the Situation of the Federal Army from Chattanooga to Petersburg

Ball's Bluff - A Battle that it Was Not Intended Should Be Fought

Ball's Bluff - How the Battle Was Fought and Lost

Balls Bluff - One of the First Great Mistakes of the Civil War

Ball's Bluff - Some Interesting results Happening From the Battle

Baton Rouge - The Rebel Attack Under General John C. Breckinridge

Battle Above the Clouds - The Stain of Defeat at Chickamauga Wiped Away

Battle Days of the Roundheads - The Civil War Experience of the Famous 100th Pennsylvania Regiment

Battle in Hampton Roads - Graphic Description by Eye-Witnesses, Daily intelligencer., March 13, 1862, Image 1

Battle of Antietam - The gallant conduct of the old 11th Pennsylvania

Battle of Ball's Bluff - The story as told by Rosecrans.pdf

Battle of Belmont - General Sherman's call for two hundred thousand men

Battle of Corinth - An Account by General Green B. Raum

Battle of Ezra Church - The Third Desperate Struggle in Front of Atlanta

Battle of Fort Henry-Report of Commander Foote, Lewistown gazette., February 19, 1862, Image 1

Battle of Franklin - Conrad's Brigade Driven into the Entrenchments

Battle of Gettysburg - A hard march followed by a bloody fight; Little Round Top; The 11th Corps avenges Chancellorsville

Battle of Grand Coteau - The story of a Rebel dash after a Paymaster's wagon and other spoils

Battle of Iuka - Experiences of a Fuller's Brigade Veteran

Battle of Jonesboro - Which resulted in the immediate evacuation of Atlanta

Battle of Kernstown - A Series of Brilliant Movements in the Shenandoah Valley

Battle of Murfreesboro - Disastrous defeat of the Two Right Wings - Alternate success and defeat

Battle of Nashville - The rout and destruction of Hood's Army

Battle of Oak Grove - The First of the Seven Days' Battles Around Richmond

Battle of Pea Ridge - Van Dorn's Plan for the Capture of St. Louis

Battle of Perryville - Buell's Campaign in Kentucky and Tennessee

Battle of Pine Bluff - General Marmaduke's unsuccessful attempt to capture General Clayton's command

Battle of Rich Mountain - The brilliant flank movement by which the victory was gained

Battle of Spring Hill - The Sixty-fourth O.V.I. in the Tennessee Campaign

Battle of the Batteries - A graphical description of the most remarkable naval engagement on record - the first between ironclads

Battle of the Crater - First person narrative from a soldier of Company A, Sixteenth Virginia Infantry, Petersburg, July 30, 1864

Battle of the Mine - The Blunder That Caused the Disaster of July 30, 1864

Battle of the Opequon - A Cavalryman's sketch of the part played there by Averill's Division.pdf

Battling Against Heavy Odds - Heroic resistance offered by a Massachusetts Regiment when assailed by Hoke's entire division

Battling with Hood - Smith's Guerrillas at the Siege of Nashville, by John W. Lacock, Sgt, Co. C, 93rd Indiana

Bay State Minutemen - As In '76, so in '61, First to Respond to the Call

Bayonet and Saber - Their Value as Weapons in Modern Warfare

Behind Prison Walls - How Unsuspecting Yankees Were Gathered in

Besieging A Stronghold - The Capture of New Carthage and Battle of Thompson's Hill

Between Two Fires - An Old Virginian's Experience During the War, by William E. Doyle.

Bloody Ball's Bluff - How that unfortunate battle came to be fought

Bloody Roundtop - The key to the position at the Battle of Gettysburg

Bluffing Morgan From Bardstown - How Colonel Emery put up a bold front with raw recruits and bad arms

Bombardment of Fort Sumter - Incidents captured by the correspondents of the Charleston Mercury

Boone's Dumb Charge - How 80 men of the 1st Kentucky Cavalry charged thru a Rebel camp

Boots and Saddles - The cavalry of the Army of the Potomac, by Brevet Brigadier-General Marcus A. Reno

Brave Little Red Cap - The Young Orderly of Monster Wirz at Andersonville

Breaking Out of Danville - One of the survivors of those who dug the tunnel

Brief But Brilliant - The Campaign from Petersburg to Appomattox

Bugle Notes from Dixie - Personal Recollections of a Confederate Cavalryman

Bull Run - A Michigan comrade from Richardson's Brigade tells his story

Burning of Chancellor House - The 140th Pennsylvania saved part of the guns of Lepine's Battery

Burning of the Columbia - Who Was Responsible for the City's Destruction

Burnside in Tennessee - Jones in Western Virginia; Brilliant Military Movements of both Armies

Burnside's Expedition - Capture and Occupation of Roanoke Island.pdf

By Field and Flood- The story of Lieutenant Newlin's Escape from Danville

Cahaba Prison - Life and Death in this Place of Confinement

Cairo in 1861 - The most important strategic point in the west

Camp Ford - The devotion to the government of the men confined there

Campaigning in Kentucky Appalachians - A Confederate's adventures with Marshall's Critterback Company

Campaigning through the Carolinas - From Savannah to Goldsboro With Kilpatrick's Cavalry.pdf

Campaigning with a Grand Army - Some of the 104th Ohio's Service in the Latter Part of the War

Campaigning with Burnside - Personal Experiences in East Tennessee in 1863

Campaigning with the 7th Indiana Cavalry - A story of hard marching and desperate fighting in the Western Army

Campaigning with the Buckeyes - Ten thousand miles with the 68th Ohio, by M.B. Loop.

Campaigning with the Western Army - Trying to stop Price and Van Dorn on the Hatchie. 

Capron's Cavalry - Defense of the Crossing of Duck River Against Hood's Advance 

Capron's Cavalry - Operations on the Tennessee River Below Pulaski

Capture and Escape - Narrative of James Coapman, of the Regular Cavalry, Detached Service in Winter of 1864

Capture and Escape - Thrilling adventures inside the Confederate lines at Salisbury

Capture of Blakely - Concentrating Troops of the Department of the Gulf

Capture of Columbia, South Carolina - Official Report of the Officer in command of the Advance Troops

Capture of Fort Harrison - How the Rebels failed to retake it

Capture of Mobile - The Last Campaign East of the Mississippi River

Capture of Selma - Wilson's Rough Riders go Over the Rebel Works

Capture of Spanish Fort - The part taken by one division of the Sixteenth Corps

Capture of the Golden Rocket - Semmes's first prize when he started upon his career of burning and destruction

Captured by Forrest - Peril and Suffering Encountered by Two Adventurous Infantrymen in Their Efforts to Reach the Union Lines

Captured by Mosby's Guerillas - An Exciting Narrative by Brevet Major Charles Brewster

Captured by Mosby's Men - The fight near Dranesville.pdf

Captured by the Enemy - A Louisville Legion man's prison Experience

Captured by Wheeler - A Boy's experience with the Georgians around Dalton

Capturing a Smuggler - An incident in the Gunboat Service on the Mississippi River in 1863

Capturing Fort Blakely - Charging over the wire obstructions, abatis and torpedoes, capturing Rebels and viewing the wreck

Carbine and Saber - Warm work for the troopers under General Kilpatrick

Carroll's Brigade at Gettysburg - The fierce Battle on Cemetery Hill to recover our guns

Caught Them Napping - Arrest of the Secession Members of the Maryland Legislature

Cavalry Boy's Adventure - Goes thru a storm of bullets unhurt. Impersonates a prisoner and reaches camp again

Cavalry Raids - The ill-fated expeditions to the rear of Atlanta

Cedar Creek - A Confederate's remembrances of the decisive engagement

Cedar Creek - Sheridan's Army in the Valley of the Shenandoah

Cedar Creek - The History of an Eventful October Day

Cedar Creek - The splendid work done by the cavalry

Cedar Creek - Who Fought that Field and Won the Victory

Cedar Mountain - A Battle that for Gallantry Displayed and Losses Has Hardly a Parallel

Cedar Mountain - The Army of Virginia under Major General John Pope

Cedar Mountain - The Gallant Part Taken by Crawford's Brigade

Cedar Mountain - The history from a Confederate standpoint of a fierce battle. Personal experience of a participant

Champion Hills - Grant's Campaign in the Rear of Vicksburg

Chancellorsville - Hooker in Command

Chancellorsville - A Defense of the First Division, Eleventh Corps

Chancellorsville - Action at Hazel Grove, on Saturday, May 2, 1863

Chancellorsville - The Attack of Jackson and the Resistance of the Eleventh Corps

Chancellorsville-Disaster attributable to Howard's failure to repulse Stonewall Jackson

Chancellorsville-In the blind labyrinth of wood and thicket

Chancellorsville-Midnight Charge of Sickles at Hazel Grove, and the Wounding of Stonewall Jackson, May, 1863

Charleston - Advance of the Iron-Clad Fleet

Chased by Cavalry - A running fight by the rear guard at Dinwiddie Courthouse

Chased by Guerrillas - A Personal reminiscence

Chased by the Alabama - Incidents of a War-Time voyage from New York to New Orleans on Transport Mississippi.pdf

Chasing Hood - Fierce work by the hard-riding troopers

Chasing Johnny Rebels - A foraging party capture several of the enemy

Chattanooga Campaign - The Army of the Cumberland crosses the Tennessee, by W.S. Rosecrans. 

Checking a Pursuing Foe - Schofield's great combat at Franklin, Tennessee, November 30, 1864

Chickamauga - A Campaign Unrivaled in the Annals of War

Chickamauga - A true story of the break in the Line of Battle on Sunday, Sept. 20, 1863

Chickamauga - An Incident of the Great Battle in Georgia

Chickamauga - Going into Action with Hands Full of Bacon and Coffee

Chickamauga - Personal Recollections of One of the Hardest Fought Battles of the War of the Rebellion

Chickamauga - Rebel testimony that it was a fatal blow to the Confederacy

Chickamauga - Sketch of the Campaign and Famous Battle

Chickamauga - The Sanguinary Fight for the Possession of Chattanooga

Chickamauga - The struggle of Sunday as seen by an enlisted man

Chickamauga - Toilsome March of the Fourteenth Corps Over the Mountains

Chickasaw Bluffs - Sherman's attack on the rear of Vicksburg

Chickasaw Bluffs - The First Attempt Made by General Sherman to Capture the Rebel Stronghold at Vicksburg

Closing Days with Johnston - Account of the Operations Against Sherman From a Confederate's Diary

Cole the Pirate. His attempt to capture the Michigan

Collierseville - A Veteran who was there tells the story of the fight

Colonel Coburn's Brigade - How it was captured by Van Dorn

Colonel Streight's Escape - A story by one of his companions now living in the Indiana Soldier's Home

Colonel Ulric Dahlgren - A Boy Hero Who Rendered Most Important Service

Color-Guard of the 9th Iowa - The Pea Ridge Flag at Vicksburg

Confederate Rams - Their Construction, Operations, and Final Disposition

Confederate Spies at Franklin - A bold but unsuccessful strategy and the tragic death of the two principals

Confederate Torpedoes - Caused Great Loss of Life and Destroyed Many Vessels

Contest of Skill - The Campaign and Battle of Stone River

Corinth - A Rebel Officer's account of his experiences in the fight

Corinth - Masterly Description of Albert Sidney Johnston's First and Last Battle

Couch at Fredericksburg - Graphic picture of the Bloody 13th of December, 1862

Count Von Haake - His death in the Wilderness and harrowing experiences in the burning woods

Cowan's New York Battery - It's old captain tells of it's glorious share in repulsing Pickett's Charge

Crampton's Pass - The Start for the Great Maryland Campaign.pdf

Credit to Whom Credit is Due - The 33rd Mass Takes Claim for the Repulse of the Louisiana Division

Crocker's Brigade - A Grand Gathering of Iowa Boys at Cedar Rapids

Cruise of the Mohican - Why they failed to capture the Confederate Steamer Georgia

Cutting Off Lee - Gallant part taken by the Maryland Brigade in the terrific fighting along the Weldon Railroad

Dahlgren's Raid - His Bold Dash at Richmond in March, 1864

Dandridge - The occupation and sudden evacuation

Dark Days in Dixie - Reminiscences of Southern Prison Pens related by former inmates

De Gress's Battery - An article which should settle the controversy

Deadly Port Hudson - Bombarding, Digging, and Charging the Rebel Stronghold

Defending Buzzard Roost Bridge - How the 44 men of Company D, 115th Illinois held the block house for 10 hours against Hood

Destroying a Ram - The Last Survivor of the Daring Crew That Went Out with Cushing Tells the Tale.pdf

Destruction of the Hatteras - Engagement between the USS Hatteras and CSS Alabama, Jan 11, 1863

Diary of a Pennsylvania Reserve - Story of campaigning with the Army of the Potomac. Hard marching, scanty rations, desperate fighting and death of the author at Fredericksburg

Disobeyed Orders at Chickamauga - A night on picket at the time of Chickamauga

Draw Saber, Charge - The Michigan Cavalry Brigade at Gettysburg

Dutton Hill - A tribute to the memory of General William P. Sanders

Early War Days - General R.E. Lee's first defeat in West Virginia

Early's Great Raid - He Advances Through Maryland, Pillages and Plunders the Citizens

Early's Invasion - The Outcome of General Lee's Desperate Situation

Echoes of the War - The first amputation as described by the survivor

Elmira Prison - Where rebel prisoners were well-fed, comfortably clothed, and supplied with good quarters

Emma St. Clair - The Angel of Castle Thunder

End of Rebellion - Official correspondence looking to the cessation of hostilities

Engines of Destruction - Career and Fate of Some Confederate War Vessels.pdf

Episodes of the War - Pen picture of Phil Kearny; How Stoughton was captured; The key at Gettysburg

Evacuation of Maryland Heights - A piece of spitework on the part of Colonel Thomas H. Ford, 32nd Ohio

Exciting Adventures - Reconnoissances in North Carolina Waters

Exciting Provost Duty - Stirring times at Knoxville at the close of the War

Experiences in Southern Prison-Pens - Something about Cahawba prison

Experiences of a Prisoner in Dixie - Guarded by Imboden's men at Richmond

Experiences of an Assistant Quartermaster - Sherman's Bummers had far from a picnic on their long march

Exploding a Mine - Story of the Crater Movement at Petersburg

Fall of Fort Fisher - Report from the Flagship Malvern off Fort Fisher

Fall of New Orleans - A Graphic Sketch of the Opening of the Mississippi

Fall of Richmond - Evacuation of the Capital of the Confederacy as seen by a Boy

Fate of the Cumberland - A useless sacrifice of a gallant crew and stout ship in Hampton Roads

Field Hospital at Sandy Hook - Stealing stragglers from Sheridan's Army to build the hospital and act as guards

Fight at Atlanta - Work of the Seventy-eighth and Twentieth Ohio that day

Fight at Charleston - Repulse of the Federal Iron-Clads

Fight on Roanoke Island - The Confederates Victorious; Enemy land five thousand men.pdf

Fighting at Philadelphia - The Infantry in the East Tennessee Campaign at 1863

Fighting at Tupelo - The Live Eagle Brigade and Its Gallant Work

Fighting Black Hawk in Utah - The exciting adventure of Dispatch Bearers and a game little mustang

Fighting Forrest - Capron's Brigade and how it aided Schofield's Army

Fighting His Way - The Night Passage of Kilpatrick Through Monterey Pass

Fighting in the West - Battle of Wilson's Creek, Where the Gallant Lyon Fell

Fighting Jackson - The 7th Indiana in the Shenandoah Valley in 1862

Fighting, Scouting and Picketing - Incidents in the History of the Saber Brigade, Army of the Cumberland

Fired First and Last Shots - Remarkable experience of Major Laughlin, 155th Pennsylvania

Firing on Fort Sumter - Experience of a Northern Mechanic in Charleston

First Bull Run - Experiences of an Ohio Three Months' Man

First Flag in Petersburg - The colors of the 1st Michigan Sharpshooters thrust thru the face of the town clock

First Naval Movement - Early Union Expedition on the Coast of North Carolina.pdf

First Steps in War - Organizing a New Regiment and Taking It to the Field

Five Days in the Field - A New York Engineer at the Battle of the Wilderness

Five Forks - Of Greater Importance Than it Has Gotten Credit For

Flanking Johnston - The Army of the Tennessee on the Move

Flashing Sabers - Chasing Lee's Columns After Gettysburg

Flights from Prison - The story of a Prison Escape that resembles Comrade Hill's

Forerunner of the Gatling Gun - Terrible slaughter at Charles City Crossroads

Formidable Craft - Two Rebel Rams that caused consternation in the North

Fort Donelson - General Johnston Hurrying Re-enforcements to the Fort

Fort Donelson - Preliminary Movements of the Contending Forces

Fort Donelson - The defense and surrender from a Confederate standpoint

Fort Fisher Taken - 2,500 prisoners and 72 guns taken; Official reports

Fort Gregg - Timely and most soldierly reflections upon revisiting the battlefield

Fort Harrison - How It was Stormed Early in that September Day

Fort Harrison - How it was taken, and the first three Union men on the Ramparts

Fort Pillow - A graphic account of Forrest's Bloody work.pdf

Fort Steadman - General Lee's plan and its purpose

Fort Steadman - The 100th Pennsylvania in the Recapture of Fort Steadman

Four-Gun Battery - Harrison's Brigade at the Battle of Resaca

Fredericksburg - As Seen by One of Meagher's Irish Brigade

From Milliken's Bend to Vicksburg - Narrative of the Part Taken by the 114th Ohio

From Pulaski to Nashville - The Positions and Part Taken by the First Brigade, Second Division, Fourth Corps

From Second Bull Run to Antietam - Campaigning with the Army of the Potomac under Pope and McClellan

From the Rapidan to Groveton - Imminent Peril of the Union Army Under Pope

From the Sea to the Grand Review - Geary's Division marches away from Savannah on the road towards Atlanta

Fuller's Ohio Brigade - A Band of Buckeye Boys Who Rendered Famous Service

Gaines's Mill - A hospital steward's sketchy picture of a day with bullets and bandages

Gallant Soldier Sons - Bright Record of the 109th Pennsylvania in Armies East and West

Gallant Soldier Sons - The 109th Pennsylvania's Sterling Work With "Old Tecumseh."

Garfield in Kentucky - Humphrey Marshall plants his foot upon his native Heath

Garfield's Successful Campaign - Driving General Humphrey Marshall out of the Big Sandy Valley and Eastern Kentucky

General A.J. Smith's Raid - And the meeting he had with Forrest at Tupelo

General B.F. Kelley - The Man Who Kept Jackson Out of Pennsylvania

General C.P. Stone in the South - The only high officer in Banks's Army who had any fight in him

General Curtis's Army - The March Through Arkansas from Batesville to Helena

General Grant's Spies - One of his trusted officers writes interestingly of them.pdf

General Irvin McDowell - General Haupt considered him the ablest General in the Army of the Potomac

General William F. Smith - Perhaps the Greatest Strategist of the Civil War

General William Nelson - The hard experiences the 34th Indiana boys had with him

General Zook at Gettysburg - He leads his brigade into the very vortex of death and destruction

Gettysburg - A Complete Analysis of the Official Records

Gettysburg - After twenty Years

Gettysburg - As the historic town appeared before and after the battle

Gettysburg - General J.B. Sweltzer's Brigade in the fearful struggles of the Second Day

Gettysburg - Great Speech of General Sickles on the Battlefield July 2, 1863

Gettysburg - Impressions of a great battle as told by the Chief of Orderlies

Gettysburg - The Campaign was a Chapter of Accidents

Gettysburg - The Third Corps' Great Battle on July 2

Gettysburg Campaign - The Movements of Union and Confederate Troops

Gettysburg Reminiscences - A Surgeon's Story of the Battle on Pennsylvania's Soil

Globe Tavern - A soldier's recollections of the Weldon Railroad, August 18-21, 1864

Going to the Union Army - A Tennessee refugee's perilous journey to Kentucky, guided by a Federal Spy

Goodbye to Dixie - An Ohio Soldier's Story of His Escape From Danville
Grant and Thomas - How they appeared to a correspondent when Missionary Ridge was captured

Grant at Vicksburg - Storming the Confederate Works on the 22nd of May

Great Naval Fight- Statement of the Pilot of the Cumberland

Greatest Cavalry Raid in History - The swoop of the Western Rough Riders thru Alabama and Georgia.pdf

Greene's Brigade - Its splendid defense of Culp's Hill

Gregg's Cavalry - Its Participation in the Stoneman Raid of 1863

Grierson and Forrest as Raiders - Grierson and Forrest as Raiders; Forrest's spectacular raid into Memphis

Guerillas Rounded Up - Troopers of the 6th Pennsylvania have a lively time with Rebel Raiders in the Winter of 1863

Hard Lines - The Pitiful Experience of a Union Prisoner in Southern Pens

Harper's Ferry - A story of the surrender, by one of the garrison

Harper's Ferry - How the Cavalry escaped out of the toils.. 

Harper's Ferry and its Surrender - Recollections of a disastrous campaign, by W. H. Sanderson

Harris Light Cavalry - The unique and brilliant career 2nd New York Cavalry

Harrison at Peach Tree Creek - Splendid gallantry of a future President in a sanguinary melee

Hatch's Hard Riders - The Brilliant Services of the Cavalry at Nashville

Hawes's Shop - An Episode of Sheridan's Great Cavalry Raid

Hawkin's Zouaves - Charge of the 9th New York at Roanoke Island

High-Water Mark of the Campaign - The fierce struggle for the Four-Gun Battery at Resaca

His Story - An Ohio Boy's Experience in the War

Hit by a Rebel Sharpshooter - An interesting incident which occurred while Longstreet was besieging Suffolk

Holding Allatoona - Graphic description of the Battle by a Wisconsin Veteran

Holding Duck River - Interesting episodes as told by a 14th Illinois man

Holly Springs - A Ten-Strike by Van Dorn and Murphy Caught Napping

Home on Furlough - A Maine Veteran's story of his wartime vacation and its train of untoward happenings

Hood's Campaign - Sherman pursues Hood Northward..., by Captain Henry Romeyn, 5th U.S. Infantry.

Hood's Invasion of Tennessee - General Wagner and his troops at Spring Hill; Errors and omissions in Captain Schofield's account

Hood's Lines Broken - But General Cox could not have ordered a charge, by A.J. Bradford, Company F, 20th Michigan Cavalry.

Hooker and the Army - General Le Due indignantly denies that Hooker had lost the confidence of his men

Horrors of Belle Isle - A Connecticut comrade takes up Captain Beecham's account and continues the narrative.pdf

Horrors of the Battlefield - A Massachusetts comrade piled dead comrades before him after a charge on the Confederate works at Petersburg

Horrors of the Columbia - A French Scout's Memories of Sheridan 40 Tears Ago

Hostilities Commenced - Bombardment of Fort Sumter

How a Fort Was Taken - The Investment and Bombardment of Fort Pulaski

How I Captured Seven Johnnies - An incident of the Antietam Campaign

How Sergeant Rand Became a Private - A tale of self-sacrifice and heroism

How the Queen of the West ran the Blockade - A correspondent's account of the running of the blockade at Vicksburg

Hunting Deserters - Life with the 4th Cavalry in Texas after the Civil War

Hurling Hood Back - A 93rd Indiana comrade tells of doings at Nashville

In A Tight Place - Jeb Stuart's Close Call at Verdiersville

In Front of Atlanta - The Desperate Fighting of the Seventeenth Corps

In Front of Fort Wagner - How the 82 men of the 12th Mass drove 89 rebels from their earthworks and captured 68 of them

In Front of Yorktown - Incidents and anecdotes of the siege

In Front of Yorktown- A Reminiscence

In Hostile Hands - A plain tale of trial and suffering in Salisbury Prison

In Mosby's Clutches - One of the 5th New York Cavalry who fell into the hands of the guerillas.pdf

In Old Virginia - The 5th New York Cavalry in General John Pope's Campaign

In Rear Of Vicksburg - Grant's Campaign that Bottled up Pemberton's Army

In Rebel Prisons - The graphic story of Lieut. Willis, 51st Indiana

In the Army - Reminiscences of a Quartermaster Sergeant

In the Carolinas - The Northward Sweep of Sherman's Resistless Army

In the Dismal Swamp - Revisiting the battlefields of the Roanoke Country; The gallant charge of the Hawkin's Zouaves

In the Enemy's Hands - How a Union Soldier, wounded, saw the fight from both sides at Cedar Creek

In the Front Line at Ezra Chapel - What a Member of the 29th Missouri Saw in That Battle

In the Hands of the Philistines - A weary sojourn in the bull-pens of the South

In the Historic Shenandoah - At Cedar Creek, Belle Grove Farmhouse, Sheridan's Headquarters

In the Saddle - Services of the Cavalry at the Battle of Nashville

In the South in 1862 - Corporal Pike graphically describes conditions in Macon and elsewhere in the early part of the war

In the Thick of It - What the Iron Brigade Experienced in the Old-Dominion

In the Wilderness - How the Vermont Brigade and Getty's Division Fought and Suffered

In the Wilderness - Opening of the Forty Days Fight

In the Wilderness - The Army of the Potomac Moves Toward Richmond

In The Wilderness - The Disaster to Shaler's and Seymour's Brigades

In West Virginia - One of the Important Early Campaigns of the War

Incidents at Resaca - The advance of the first day and bloody repulse of the second

Incidents of McClellan's Retreat - A starving horde reached Harrison's Landing

Into the Wilderness - Barlow's position at the Brock Road and Hancock's and Longstreet's position on the Plank Road revisited

Invading Virginia - The Rebels fail to fortify Arlington

Iron-Clad vessels - The Fight in Hampton Roads

Island Number Ten - The Enforced Evacuation of Columbus by General Polk

Island Number Ten - The First Success in Opening the Mississippi

Its Last Campaign - Shield's Division Raced with Stonewall Jackson.pdf

John Morgan's Raid - Through Ohio's Fresh Fields and Pastures Green

Joiner's Ford - Exciting memories of the Blackwater

Just Before the Battle - Thrilling midnight march of Sherman's Rear-Guard

Kenesaw Mountain - The Twenty-fourth Kentucky capture a battery

Kentucky Strategy - Munfordsville an important point several times during the war

Kentucky Troopers - Who saved Rosecrans's Ammunition Train at Stone River

Kilpatrick's Raid - The attack on and capture of Jonesboro

Knocking Down Big Guns - An Indiana Corporal's happy achievements at Port Hudson

Last Flag of Truce - A perilous and eventful mission within Confederate Lines, resulting in the surrender of General Newsom

Last to Leave Andersonville - Final scenes at the pest hole; The trip to Jacksonville

Laying a Bridge - Recollections of an Army of the Potomac Pontonier

Led by General Smith - Marching and Skirmishing in '64, as Told by One of the 7th Kansas Cavalry

Lee Herron - Reminiscences of service on the plains with Tom Wallace's Scouts

Lee's First Invasion - Recollections of the Eastern Campaigns of the Fall of 1862

Lee's Lost Order - It was found by some pickets from the 27th Indiana

Left on the Field - The exciting adventures of a wounded ex-Andersonville prisoner

Letters from Libby - Good Testimony as to How Prisoners Were treated

Letters from the Trenches - A contemporaneous account of the investment and surrender of Vicksburg

Letters Historical - Story Told by the Correspondence between Blunt and Hindman, At Prairie Grove

Libby Prison - A Short History.pdf

Libby Prison - Lee's Army advances into Pennsylvania

Libby Prison - Ohio Prisoners Hold an Election in Libby Prison

Life in A Fort - Thirteen Months of Garrison Duty in Fort St. Philip

Life in Prison - Experiences of Union Officers at Columbia, South Carolina

Life in Rebel Prisons- A Tennessan's Experience at Macon, Charleston and Columbia

Life on an Iron-Clad - The Experiences of a Volunteer Naval Officer

Lincoln in Richmond - True Version of the War President's Famous Visit

Lincoln's Private Spy - An incident from the exciting life of Little Justin Hulburd, The most daring spy the world ever knew

Logan At Atlanta - How his magnetic presence inspired the soldiers, by C.E. Adams

Longest March in the War - The 11th Kansas Cavalry claims that it made it and suffered from intense cold and hunger

Longstreet at Chickamauga - The masterly tactics which brought disaster to the Union Right

Lookout Mountain - A brilliant account of the exploits of Osterhaus' Division

Lookout Mountain - What took place after the Battle Above the Clouds

Loss of the Monitor- Official Report of Her Commander.pdf

Losses at the Crater - Comrade Buell Gives Some Interesting Statistics as to the Fighting in Front of Petersburg in July, 1864

Loyal East Tennesseans - Story of a 150 mile march to reach the Union Lines

Loyal Kentuckians - Formation of Home Guards in the Eastern Part of the State

Loyal Tennesseans - What it cost to be for the Union at the South

Made Three Escapes - Comrade Grogger gains his liberty, after being recaptured twice

Major Anderson at Fort Sumter - General Buell's Story of His Visit to Him

Major General Kilpatrick - An enthusiastic cadet, who won a Major-General's stars

Making a Brave Stand - The 39th Ohio at the Second Corinth Fight

Making Soldiers - Schooling raw Wisconsin recruits into splendid veterans

Malvern - The End of the Seven Days

Malvern Hill - A Michigan Comrade's Recollections of the Great Battle

Man of Resource - Active Service of General T.W. Sweeny, as Told by His Letters

Marching Through Georgia - A narrative by General O.O. Howard.

Maryland in the War - The Patriotism of Her Union Men and Her Record in the Civil War

Mechanicsville - Beginning of the Seven Days

Mechanicsville - One of the Important Battles on the Peninsula

Men on Horseback at Cedar Creek - Helped to Make the Most Wonderful Historic Day of the Rebellion

Merrimac and Her Exploits - An Outside and Inside View of a Rebel Monster

Met in the Field - Personal Recollections of Some Union Officers

Military Telegraphing - Hazardous and Vitally Important Work of a Corps of Brave Men

Mink's Battery - A Story of Doing and Daring in the Civil War

Minty's Saber Brigade - The Part They Took in the Chattanooga Campaign

Miraculous Escape - One of a Long Series of Adventures

Missionary Ridge - A vivid story of the opening of the Battle on the North End

Missionary Ridge - Raising the Siege at Chattanooga

Missionary Ridge - The Battle Above the Clouds as Seen From Below

Mississippi Flotilla - A Nondescript Navy Which Speedily Becomes a Power

Missouri Bush and Prairie - A narrative by Ira M. Mallory, Sergeant, Company G, 17th Illinois Cavalry

Missouri in the Summer of 1861 - Affairs in that State the First Year of the War

Monitor vs Merrimac- Story of the Battle by an Eye-Witness.pdf

More About Spring Hill - The Theory of the Lost Opportunity Strongly Argued

Morgan and His Men - A Confederate Lyrist Chants the Praises of the Blue Grass Chieftain and His Followers

Morgan's Rough Riders - His Kentucky Raid, December, 1862

Morgan's Men Under Duke - A narrative by George Dallas Musgrove

Mosby's Mistake - A Wagonmaster's story of an attempt to capture his camp, by Martin Hargrove

Moscow, Tennessee - The bloody little battle on the banks of Wolf River

Mossy Creek - A desperate battle fought in East Tennessee

My Maryland - The Part Borne by Her Troops in the Gettysburg Campaign

My Recollectioins of Stone River - The Personal Experience in that Hard-Fought Battle of a Man in the Ranks

Naval Battle at Mobile - Details of the naval engagement in Mobile Bay

Naval Sketches - Some of the Most Effective Federal Vessels in the Civil War

Negley's Division - It defense of Nashville and share in the Battle of Stone River.pdf

New Mexico - How one-third of the Union's area was saved

New Orleans - Capture of Forts Jackson, St. Philip and Chalmette Batteries

News from Donelson - Hours of suspense to friends of the soldiers after the battle

No Surprise at Shiloh - A Consideration of the Events of that Terrible Sunday

North Carolinians at Gettysburg - A Critical Review of the Famous Confederate Charge on July 3, 1864

Off With Grierson - A dashing raid in the rear of Hood's Army and its results

Ohio at Gettysburg - The Regiments That Participated in the Great Battle

Old Frigate Niagara - An old tar who will not have his good ship belittled

Old Peninsular Days - A Period That Tried the Spirits of Brave Men

On a Gunboat - The General Thomas running the batteries at Decatur, Alabama.pdf

On Board the U.S.S. Rattler - Scenes on the Mississippi by a Jackie who was on one of our Tinclads

On Cemetery Hill - Carroll's Brigade and Rickett's and Wiedrich's Batteries

On Cheat River - A regiment demoralized by a mischievous ventriloquist

On Culp's Hill - The hard fighting by Wadsworth's, Geary's and Ruger's Division

On Horseback - Incidents in the History of the 10th New York Cavalry

On Kansas Soil - Exciting Times on the Price Raid Against St. Louis

On Little Round Top - A Batteryman's Reminiscences of Gettysburg

On Little Round Top - The bitter, obstinate, victorious struggle made by Vincent's Brigade to save our left

On Little Round Top - The Fifth Corps fight at Gettysburg, particularly the 32nd Massachusetts part

On the Border - The Outbreak of Secession in Missouri in 1861

On The Firing Line - The 120th New York's Firm Stand on the Second Day at Gettysburg

On the Hatchie - The achievements of Hurlbut's Fighting Fourth Division.pdf

On the High Seas - Capture of the Steamer Ariel by the Alabama

On the Lower Mississippi - Running the fleet past the batteries at Vicksburg and the exciting times before the event

On the Move - Cavalry Doings During the Last Days of the Rebellion

On the Right at Gettysburg - A Survivor's Story of a Gallant but Unavailing Charge by the 2nd Mass

On the Right at Gettysburg - Brilliant work of the Third Brigade, Second Division, Twelfth Corps, on Culp's Hill

On the Second Bull Run Field - The Gallant Fight Made by the Duryea Zouaves

On the Second Day - A Light Batteryman's Story of Gettysburg

On the Teche - Soldiering amid the bayous of Louisiana

On the Wilson Raid - The 2nd Iowa Cavalry in the thick of action; The windup of the war

On to Atlanta - The 104th Ohio with Sherman in the Georgia Campaign

One of My Busy Days - Sherman's Bummers Loose in South Carolina

One of the Forrest Boys - A Johnny Reb tells of the two weeks doings of Forrest in Tennessee in December, 1862

One of the War's Unrecognized Heroes - The value of John A. Rawlins to Grant and the country

One Who Was There - Some entertaining reminiscences of the Siege of Morris Island

Orange Blossoms - Services of the 124th New York at Gettysburg

Orchard Knob - Raising the long siege of Chattanooga

Organizing Victory - Grant at Cairo in the Winter of 1861-62

Ossabaw Island, Georgia - A chapter from the experience of the 47th New York.pdf

Our Army at Vicksburg - Sinking of the Gunboat Cincinnati

Our Naval Squadrons - Biographical Sketches of the United States Navy in the Late War

Our Victories - Farragut's success at Mobile

Out of Libby Prison - An Officer Captured at Chattanooga Tells His Adventure

Out Of The Lines - The Union Soldiers Indignantly Refused to Serve

Paint Rock River Bridge - Gallant defense of General Mitchel's line of communication along Memphis & Charleston RR by a Wisconsin Squad

Palmetto Ranch - The last battle of the war, May 13, 1865.pdf

Patrick's Brigade - Its share in the stormy scenes on the right at Antietam

Patriots of East Tennessee - Isolated among enemies, they were starved, robbed, murdered and burned out because of their Union sentiments

Paying Back for Chambersburg - General Averell gives McCausland s severe beating

Pegram's Raid - The Movement which was to Carry a Whole Army Back

Pennsylvania Reserves - Career of These Veterans from Cold Harbor to Appomattox

Personal Recollections - Army bill of fare without soup or dessert; Hardtack; Fasting on Christmas Day; Fence rails for fires, etc

Petersburg Revisited - An Irishman's idea of the Crater

Picketing and Scouting - Incidents in the History of the Saber Brigade, Army of the Cumberland

Pickett's Mill - One of the twelve-days' battles about New Hope Church

Pickett's Mill - The hardest day in the history of Wood's Division

Pictures of Prison Life - Rebels kept the prisoners moving to keep away from Sherman; Those with money were the first released

Pittsburg Landing - The march of Wallace's Division to Shiloh

Poor Mike Mahone - The story of an unknown and unrewarded hero.pdf

Port Hudson - Terrible days when the besieging ranks were thinned by disease and bullets

Port Hudson - The forlorn hope and the siege viewed from the Confederate standpoint

Port Hudson - The Premonition and Death of Lieutenant Strickland

Port Royal, South Carolina - Capture of Rebel Forts at Hilton Head and Bay Point

Prison Experiences - An Unpublished Narrative

Prisoners for Life - Narrative by Colonel Theodore F. Allen, 7th Ohio, one of the captives

Prisoners of War - The object of ex-prisoners of war associations

Race after Wheeler - The Little Rebel Cavalryman on a Great Raid

Raising the Siege - Storming Lookout Mountain; The Battle Above the Clouds

Rallying to the First Call - Story of a Three-Month's Man's Experience

Real War Stories - Two soldiers left for dead, shed many tears afterward; Both for a long time were bereft of memory

Rebel Accounts of the Naval Engagement in Mobile Bay - From a correspondent with the Mobile Tribune, August 9

Rebellion's High Tide - The Splendid Work on Culp's Hill by the Twelfth Corps

Recalling War Memories - A Cavalryman's experiences in the Shenandoah.pdf

Recitals and Reminiscences - Battle of McDowell; Stannard's Brigade; Allabach's Brigade; The Star of the West; Zook's Brigade

Recollections - Of a Private in the Army of the Potomac

Recollections of a Regular - Some men of the Old Army

Recollections of Chattanooga - The capture and holding of a Gateway of the Rebellion, by W.E. Doyle, Adjutant, 17th Indiana.

Recollections of W.T. Sherman - Unjust criticism of the First Attack on Vicksburg

Red River Campaign - A Magnificent Army in the Best Fighting Trim

Red River Campaign - Banter between the comrades of the different Corps.pdf

Reducing Fort Sumter - Extensive and formidable works around Charleston harbor

Reducing Roanoke - Early Operations in the Sounds of North Carolina

Regiment to Be Proud Of - A member of the 2nd Delaware tells something of its services

Regulars to the Van - Their Untarnished Record and Brilliant Service

Release of Prisoners - Terrible Scenes of Suffering During the Last Days

Reminiscence of Sherman's Army - Incidents of the Campaign in Tennessee and at Atlanta; The March to the Sea and Savannah

Reminiscences of Lincoln - Neighbors and friends of his tell of Lincoln as they saw and knew him

Reminiscences of the Civil War - Stray bullets; Rebel prisoners; Cavalry charge at Winchester; Cold Harbor; Repulse of Early's Army

Repulsing the Tigers at the Cemetery - A contributor gives the Germans, under Schurz and headed by Krzyzanowski credit for it

Rich Mountain - Western Virginia cleared of Confederate Troops

Rock Creek Affair - The place the Mormons consider their Holy Land; War in Missouri

Rosendale Squad - Being a Narrative of Varied Service with the 1st Wisconsin Cavalry

Rough Riding with Palmer - The Story of the Services of the 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry

Round The Camp-Fire - Tales of the war told by our Veterans themselves

Rounding up the Confederacy - Veteran Campaigns of the 68th Ohio

Rousseau's Raid - Reminiscences of an 8th Indiana Cavalryman who followed the daring General

Route of the First Corps to Gettysburg - July 1, 1863; Part of which I was and all of which I saw.pdf

Running the Batteries at Vicksburg - A volunteer on the J.W. Cheeseman gives an account of that exciting experience

Running the Blockade - The ram Queen of the West attempts to run the blockade at Vicksburg

Sabers to the Front - Story of Coon's Brigade, of Hatch's Cavalry Division

Sabine Crossroads - Composition of the First Division, Nineteenth Corps

Sabine Crossroads - From the battlefield to prison in Camp Tyler, Texas

Sabine Crossroads - Personal experiences of an Indianan with Bank's Red River Expedition

Sad Days at Chancellorsville - General Hooker's Brilliant Promise Ends in Gloomy Defeat

Salisbury Prison - The Personal Experiences of an Ohio Cavalryman

Saved the Bridge - It Was Done by Colonel Starbird and the Gallant 19th Maine

Saved the Day - Greene's Battery Behaves Nobly at Gettysburg

Saving the Southwest - It was done by general Canby before the Californians arrived

Schofield at Franklin - The mistake that sacrificed Wagner's Brigade

Scouting in East Tennessee - The Bitter Cold Advent of the Great War Year

Scouting in Tennessee - Guerilla Smuggler, and Horse Hunting or How the Chaplain Got a Mount

Scouting in Tennessee - Recollections of Services There Toward the Close of the War

Scouting in Tennessee - With Ward's Cavalrymen in Spring of 1863

Scouting in the Cumberland Valley - Interesting experiences with Lee's Advanced Guard at Appomattox.pdf

Secession's Cradle - How Charleston passed again under Federal Control

Second Bull Run - How the Battle Was Fought, The Story retold by Two Soldiers

Semmes the Pirate - Ravages of the Sumter, Alabama and other Privateers

Shelby's Raid in Missouri - A Bold Confederate Dash to Cripple Union Operations

Shenandoah Valley - Debatable Ground, Occupied Alternately by Both Armies

Shenandoah Valley - The Movement from Petersburg to Baltimore

Sheridan at Cedar Creek - A vivid description of the fight by a man who had a good chance to see it

Sheridan with the Army of the Cumberland - History of the Masterly Services of Little Phil from Perryville to Missionary Ridge

Sheridan's Arrival at Cedar Creek - Early morning alarm; Whole Army engaged and rebels checked by 8 o'clock; Sheridan arrives at about 930 a.m

Sheridan's Ride - From Martinsburg to Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 18 and 19, 1864

Sheridan's Ride - The true story of the great turning of defeat into glorious victory

Sheridan's Ride - Winchester to Cedar Creek

Sheridan's Trevillian Raid - Incidents on that expedition as told by one of the 2nd Cavalry boys.pdf

Sherman's Inaction - A Discussion of the Movements about Mission Ridge

Sherman's Transportation in Danger - An interesting reminiscence by General Le Duc

Shields in the Shenandoah - Driving the Confederates out of the valley

Shiloh's Scapegoats - Truth of History brought to light

Siege and Capture of Fort Pulaski - Interesting Manuvers About the Key to the City of Savannah

Siege of Charleston - Skillful strategy; Gallant fighting; Magnificent engineering

Siege of Chattanooga - Occupation of Lookout Valley

Siege of Corinth - Halleck's Snail-like Approach to the Rebel Stronghold

Siege of Knoxville - A Bit of History of that Campaign Written on the Spot

Siege of Sumter - Quincy Adams Gilmore and His Brilliant Career

Sinking the Alabama - The Kearsarge's Victory over the Rebel Privateer

Smith's Guerrillas at Nashville - How Thomas Crushed Hood in a Two Day's Struggle

Soldiering on the Plains - Suffering and hardships experienced during the late '60s

Soldiers of the Saddle - Men on horseback proved brave and true

Some Reminiscences - The 45th Wisconsin's Experiences in Memphis

Some Sad Stories - Of starvation and death in Southern Prison Pens.pdf

Somebody's Blunder - Which caused the rout at Chancellorsville

Sorrowful Stories - experiences in the prison-pens of the south

Southern Hospitality- Thirteen months in a black hole in Richmond and a few other prisons

Southern Prison Life - Graphic Sketch of Andersonville from the Pen of an Eyewitness

Southern Prison-Pens - Experience of an Andersonville Prisoner in Dixie

Spiked the Rebel Guns - Daring exploit at Island No. 10 vividly described

Spottsylvania - A story of fierce fighting in the Wilderness

St. Leger Grenfell - The Master Spirit of the Plot to Burn Chicago

St. Louis in 1861-65 - Life in a border city during the war

St. Louis to Corinth - The Second Iowa Cavalry in its first campaign.pdf

Stand to the Wheel - Down the Kanawha between lines of blazing carbines

Stanley's Cavalry - Colonel Minty's Sabre Brigade at Guy's Gap

Steedman's Charge at Chickamauga - The 115th Illinois account of the flag incident

Stone River - A veteran who captured the colors of the 26th Tennessee

Stoneman's Raid - The Cavalry Expedition to the Rear of Atlanta

Stonewall Jackson - Firm stand of the Virginians at Manassas under this intrepid leader

Stories of the Regiments - The 2nd Ohio Heavy Artillery

Stories of the War - Reminiscences of events that are dear to the rank and file

Story of 1000 Irishmen - By Captain M.H. Macnamara, 9th Massachusetts

Strategy and Tactics - Events leading to and constituting the Battle of Gettysburg

Streight's Georgia Raid - Capture, imprisonment, and escape

Striving for Liberty - The Story of Five Soldiers Who Escaped from Meridian Bull-Pen

Struggling for Supremacy - Some Operations in East Tennessee in 1863

Sully's Sioux Campaign - Journal of a Member of Brackett's Battalion, Minnesota Cavalry

Sultana Disaster - A Survivor tells of a Terrible Experience and His Escape.pdf

Sultana Explosion - Nearly eighteen hundred souls hurled into eternity

Sumner at Fair Oaks - The grand old soldier and his superb Second Corps

Sunday at Shiloh - The "Surprise" of Grant's Troops on That April Morning

Supreme Soldiership - The Great Charge of Opdycke's Brigade at Franklin

Surprise at Shiloh - Hovey replies to Veatch vindicating the truth of history

Sykes's Regulars - The Chancellorsville Affair from the Memoranda of the Moment

Sykes's Regulars - The Part they Took in the Gettysburg Campaign

Taking Charleston - Occupation of the City in the Early Part of 1865

That Port Hudson Zouave - His daring attempts to escape; Success at last, only to meet his death

That Skirmish in Berryville - Mosby swoops down on the wagon train, fires the wagons, captures, kills, and drives off the horses and mules

The 12th Indiana - One year of campaigning in the Shenandoah and around Washington

The 161st New York - Long service in the Gulf Coast Country

The 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery - The part taken in the final assault upon Petersburg.pdf

The 22nd Ohio - A regiment which did a long and gallant service

The 33rd Mass. at Chancellorsville - Barlow's Brigade on a reconnaissance when the Eleventh Corps was struck

The 3rd Ohio Volunteer Cavalry - Gruesome time exploring the Mammoth Cave; The penalty of straggling; On to Nashville

The 41st Illinois at Shiloh - Pugh's Brigade held the left of the line with desperate tenacity; Timely arrival of McArthurs's Brigade

The 68th Illinois - President Lincoln's Pet Regiment

The 71st Ohio at Shiloh - Great injustice done gallant men by the reports of high officers and correspondents

The 72nd Pennsylvania - The trying march from Falmouth to Gettysburg.

The 89th Ohio - General Turchin tells how it was captured at Chickamauga

The 8th New Jersey - How it faced the music at the Battle of Willliamsburg

The 8th Tennessee - A gallant regiment with long list of achievements to its credit

The 95th New York - Sketch of Its Gallant Service in the Campaigns of 1862

The 9th Ohio at Chickamauga - Their gallant charge which recaptured a battery.pdf

The Affair at Farmington - Live Eagle Brigade in One of the Minor Engagements

The Affair at Harrisonburg - Part Played by the Bucktails

The Affair at Port Republic - A detachment of the 66th Ohio cut off and captured by Jackson's forces

The Army Mail - Something About This Important Service in the War

The Army of the Ohio - Two Confederate Cavalry Raids and What they Accomplished

The Army of the Tennessee - It Had Its Inception in St. Louis, Mo., in the Spring of 1861, and Went Through to the Close of the War without Defeat on any Battlefield

The Artillery at Stone River - Heroic and effective work of Parson's Battery; Reports of officers on the part of the Command

The Atlanta Campaign - An Engaging Narrative of a Great Campaign

The Atlanta Campaign - Extracts from a diary; Killing of General Polk; Death of Captain Simonson

The Attack on Charleston - An account of the opening attack

The Attack on Lee's Mills - Across the river, into the rifle pits.pdf

The Battle Above the Clouds - Ordered to make a demonstration, General Geary bridges Lookout Creek and assails the heights

The Battle of Atlanta - The Fierce and Bloody Struggle of July 22, 1864

The Battle of Corinth - One of the Greatest Victories of the Union

The Battle of Franklin - Major Coulter's account of the battle criticised

The Battle of Gettysburg - An account of the Last Day's Fight by General E.P. Alexander, C.S.A

The Battle of Gettysburg - Magnificent stand of the First Corps

The Battle of Guntown - Defeat of an expedition through Mississippi

The Battle of Milliken's Bend - The troops were fierce with the bayonet

The Battle of Monocacy- Holding at Bay Early and His Raiders

The Battle of Perryville - A campaign of mistaken maneuvers ends in a bloody little battle

The Battle of Plain's Store - The conduct of the 48th Massachusetts under an unexpected assault.pdf

The Battle of Poison Spring - The Hotly Contested Field in Southern Arkansas

The Battle of Shiloh - General James C. Veatch Replies to General Hovey

The Battle of Shiloh - The Brilliant Services of the Fighting Fourth Division

The Battle of Shiloh - The Great Fight Between the Two Armies of the Tennessee

The Battle-Month - The Bloody May of Eighteen Hundred and Sixty Four

The Battle's Lesson - General Black's eloquent address on the Field of Gettysburg

The Bombardment of Fort Sumter - Incidents of the Fight

The Bombardment of Fort Sumter - The First Day's Fight

The Bridge Burners - Expedition to burn the railroad bridges in East Tennessee

The Bright Side of Libby - Incidents and humors of prison life

The Bucktail Rifles - Where the rebel General Ashby fell

The Bucktails - Magnificient Fighting by Kane's Trained Skirmishers.pdf

The Bull Run Campaign - John McElroy's Exciting Narrative of a Signature Campaign of the Civil War

The Burnside Expedition - Roanoke Island in possession of Union Forces; Rebel Fleet completely destroyed; Elizabeth City attacked

The Camden Expedition - A narrative of the advance of General Steele in the Spring of 1864

The Capture of Fort Fisher - A graphic description of this great achievement by the land and naval forces of the United States

The Capture of Shy's Hill - McMillan's Brigade at the Battle of Nashville

The Carter Raid - An expedition into East Tennessee and the destruction of the Virginia Railroad

The Cavalry Bureau - The methods of its working in the Western Armies

The Cavalry Division of the Army of the James - Its Organization and first experiences around Petersburg, by General A.V. Kautz.

The Close of Chickamauga - What regiment fired the mysterious volley which ended the battle

The Crater - Awful fight in the exploded mine before Petersburg

The Crossing of the River - Story of Morgan's invading march through Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio

The Dying Cavalryman - A reminiscence of President Lincoln; Receipt of news of assassination at City Point

The Eleventh Corps - And the defeat it met at Chancellorsville.pdf

The Fall of Richmond - How Grant Stretched His Lines to Surround the Rebel Stronghold

The Fall of Richmond - Personal Recollections of the Triumphal Entry of Union Troops into the Rebel Capital

The Fight at Briton's Lane - One of the Smaller but Severe Engagements of the War

The Fight at Chuckatuck - A disastrous expedition into the enemy's country

The Fight at Olustee - Classed with the Big Bethel Affair of General Butler

The Fight at Port Royal - Seven vessels pass the batteries; Confederate forces concentrating

The Fight between the Monitor and Merrimac - One of the crew of the rebel steamer gives a description of the second day's fight

The Fight for Chattanooga - Two years of intense effort to gain it

The Fight in Doubtful Canon - Work for Blue Coats in the Far West During the War

The Fight with the Albemarle - One of the most unusual and remarkable naval conflicts of this or any other war

The Fighting McCooks - The most noted family of soldiers in the War of the Rebellion

The First Clash of Naval Ironclads - An eye-witness talks of the Merrimac-Monitor fight during the Civil War

The First Corps - Its Important Services at the Battle of Gettysburg

The First Day at Gettysburg - A Tribute to John Fulton Reynolds

The First Flag at Columbia - One of those who placed the 13th Iowa flag on the Capitol Building tells of the excitement

The First Ironclads - Prototypes of armored war vessels in ancient times

The First Minnesota at Gettysburg - Behavior of a brilliant regiment on a desperate field.pdf

The First Signal Message - It was sent at Bull Run by General E.P. Alexander, C.S.A

The Flag of the 26th Tennessee - It was captured by a brave boy of the 78th Pennsylvania

The Fort Donelson Fight - The first shot fired at the 41st Illinois

The Fourth Corps - Its Brilliant Operations at the Battle of Nashville

The Gatling Gun - At Garnett's, June 27th and 28th, 1862

The Glorious Second Corps - A West Virginia boy's experiences in the field and in prison

The Great Blockade - Closing of Southern Ports During the War

The Great Captain - General Dent gives some personal recollections of Grant

The Great Copperhead Conspiracy - Gigantic Plot to Establish a Northwestern Confederacy and Recognize Southern Independence

The Great Morgan Raid - The True Story of the Capture of the Terror of Three States

The Great Naval Battle - The fullest and best description of the great naval fight in Hampton Roads

The Great Naval Engagement - The Ericsson Iron-Clad Steam Battery, The Monitor

The Grierson Raid - The Story of a Daring and Perilous Expedition

The Guntown Affair - The other side.pdf

The Guntown Trip - One of the Disastrous Blunders of the War

The Hardships of Prison Life - Conditions in two of the notorious prisons in the South during the war

The Harriet Lane Engagement - Norfolk strengthened by Secession Troops

The Hunter Raid Upon Lynchburg - Terrible suffering on the march

The Inferno in the Cedars - An awful hour for the crushed right at Stone River

The Iowa Brigade on Shiloh's Field - Their unflinching position and its effect on the result

The Iron Brigade at Chickamauga - The terrific fight on Sunday afternoon for Snodgrass Ridge

The Iron Grays - Sturdy workers in metal who proved their grit and steadfastness in the field of strife

The Last Campaign - A Veteran's Experience in Texas With Weitzel's Twenty-fifth Corps

The Last Campaign - From Hatcher's Run to Appomattox with the White Diamonds

The Last Cruise of the Monitor - First person narrative of the wild night when the Monitor went down

The Last Engagement - With the retiring enemy from the vicinity of Petersburg, April 3, 1864

The Last Privateer - A narrative of service aboard the Confederate States' Cruiser Shenandoah

The Last Raid of Morgan's Men - The Union Victory at Cynthiana, Kentucky, June 12, 1864

The Last Roll Call - And the story it told of the fate of Company G.pdf

The Left Wins at Fair Oaks - Keyes's and Heintzelman's Corps in that Dread Battle

The Libby Prison Tunnel - Shrewd Planning and Patient Labor Rewarded With Success

The Lincolnite - Steadfast Loyalty of East Tennesseeans Under Terrible Rebel Prosecutions

The Loss of the Sultana - Personal Experiences of a Survivor of that Disaster

The Lost Brigade - Experiences of Croxton's command in Northern Alabama

The Lost Detachment - Perilous Situation of Union Soldiers in the Enemy's Country

The Lynchburg Raid - Movements of the Army of West Virginia in May and June, 1864

The Lynchburg Raid - The Advance Up the Valley and the Fight at New Market

The March to the Sea - Kilpatrick's Cavalry on the March through Georgia, by J. B. Kilbourne. 

The Marching, Fighting 8th Vermont - Fighting under Sheridan in the Shenandoah Valley

The Massacre at Centralia - Work of Guerillas That Has Seldom Been Outdone

The Mississippi Marine Brigade - Leaves from a Boy's Diary of Company D, Cavalry Battalion

The Mobile Bay Forts - The finishing strokes to the Great Rebellion.pdf

The Monitor and Merrimac - The Naval contest which reconstructed the Navies of the World and retired Wooden Warships

The Night Attack - A reminiscence of an exciting march and surprise of a Camp on the Swift Water

The Ninth Corps at Antietam - Antietam Creek a very serious obstacle

The Ninth Indiana - Sketch of the Services of a Gallant Western Regiment

The Old Rear-Guard - A Yankee Officer sleeps in the Camp with Morgan's Men

The Paymaster's Train - Mosby's Guerillas were driven off after a hard fight

The Persimmon Brigade - An account of Service from the Diary of an Officer,

The Port Republic Bridge - Reminiscences and recollections of a Scout in Shield's Division

The Pursuit of Lee - The Army of the Potomac's March from Gettysburg to the Rapidan

The Quaker Scout - Life in the Old Dominion Before and During the War

The Queen of the West - Some warm times aboard the ram in her memorable cruise in Western Waters

The Rebel Ram Albemarle - Experiences of the engineer who accompanied Lieutenant Cushing.pdf

The Record - Of the Fighting Done by the Army of the Potomac

The Record of a Live Regiment - Some things the 54th Pennsylvania saw and did in the War of the Rebellion

The Red River Campaign - A disastrous expedition and those responsible for the attempt and failure

The Red River Campaign - Interesting episodes of that expedition

The Red River Campaign - The skirmishes and fights around Pleasant Hill; The blockade on the road; The defeat and capture

The Red River Expedition - Miscarriage of a gigantic raid to furnish English manufacturers with cotton

The Regular Engineers - A fine description of the operations around Bristoe Station

The Regulars - Stanch Loyalty of the Rank and File in 1861.pdf

The Reserves at Fredericksburg - Superb gallantry of Meade's Pennsylvanians

The River Flotilla - Experiences on Board the Indianola and the Chillicothe

The Saber Brigade - Incidents in the History of Minty's Cavalry of the Army of the Cumberland

The Sanders Raid - A Brilliant Cavalry Exploit in East Tennessee

The Second Bull Run - Unions and Confederates revisiting the storied soil

The Second Corps - How grandly it met the shock at Gettysburg

The Second Minnesota - Reminiscences of Four years' Service at the front

The Secret Service - Work of the Pinkerton Detectives During the War

The Siege of Corinth - General Halleck's Tedious Campaign of Masterly Inactivity

The Siege of Fort Sumter - The events of Friday as described by the Charleston newspapers

The Siege of Petersburg - Two Failures to Capture the Cockade City

The Siege of Suffolk - An 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry boy tells of the Siege of Suffolk, where Longstreet held them for 21 days

The Signal Corps - Union officers reading Confederate signals, by C.H. Fish

The Sixth Corps - Personal reminiscences of General Wright.pdf

The Sixth Maine - Its superb gallantry at Rappahannock Station

The Slaughter at the Sunken Road - The Battle of Antietam as seen from inside the Confederate Lines

The Sounds of North Carolina - Scenes of Some Brilliant Engagements in the Civil War

The Stoneman Raid - Extracts from a long-forgotten diary

The Stonewall - Origin and career of the celebrated rebel ironclad

The Story of a Fighting Regiment - The 7th Ohio Cavalry and its Service for the Union

The Story of a Scout - Thrilling adventures of Levi H. Naron

The Story of Shiloh - How the 21st Missouri fought; Some new phases of the battle

The Struggle at Champion's Hill - A Terrible Day Which Cost the Confederacy Vicksburg

The Swamp Angel - The Gun which created consternation in Charleston

The Third Corps - Its Service the Last Ten Days of the Closing Campaign

The Third New Hampshire - History of a Gallant Regiment's Four Years' Service at the Front

The Train Mosby Caught - Driving the train from Washington with Green Drivers and Stubborn Mules

The Twentieth Corps - A splendid body of troops which swung clear around the circle

The Twenty-Third Corps - Something as to its share in the Siege of Atlanta

The USS Brooklyn - The Companion Vessel to Farragut's Flagship

The USS Kearsarge - A Brief History of the Career of this Famous Little Ship

The War in Kentucky - How the Battle of Mill Springs was Fought and Won.pdf

The War in Missouri - General Elliott's recollections of the First year of the Struggle

The War in the West - View of the Political Situation in Kentucky

The Way I Met John Morgan's Men - An Unpleasant Interview that Necessitated a Search for Safety

The Wild Cat Fight - Zollicoffer defeated in his attempt to invade Kentucky

The Wild Cats - Some random sketches of the 105th Pennsylvania

The Wilson Raid - Crossing Raging Rivers and Plunging Through the Mud

The Wilson Raid - Personal Recollections of a 5th New York Cavalryman

Third Corps Line at Gettysburg - A presentment of the Sickles-Meade controversy

Thirty Days with the Militia - Well Drilled, Fully Equipped and Ready for War

Three Days' Fighting - One of Stannard's Men Tells of His First and Last Battle

Three November Days - What Benjamin F. Taylor saw in 1863

Thrice Distinguished - Who Opened the Fight in the Wilderness

Through the Muscle Shoals - The Thrilling Escape of Two Illinois Boys From Guerillas

Through the Wilderness to Richmond - The Cavalry of the Army of the Potomac marching toward Richmond in 1864

Thru the Rebel Lines - Getting a message to General Banks from the Secretary of War after the Second Battle of Bull run

To Do or Die - Intrepid charge on Fort Gilmer by a detachment of the 7th U.S.C.T

To Nashville from the Tennessee - The Story of Hood's Advance in the Fall of 1864

Torn Battle Flags - Wrecks and relics of the War

Torpedo Boats of the Rebellion - Attack on the New Ironsides and the sinking of the Housatonic

Trevilian Station - The most stubborn cavalry fight of the war.pdf

Trials of a Non-Veteran - The graphic and moving story of a Brave Soldier

Tullahoma Campaign - How the Confederates Surrendered Middle Tennessee Without a Fight

Tullahoma Campaign - March of Mitchell's Cavalry from Triune to Decherd

Tullahoma Campaign - Occupation of Middle Tennessee and Wilder's Brigade at Hoover's Gap

Tunneled to Brief Freedom - A successful piece of engineering at Danville

Turchin's Charge - How a brilliant charge was made at Chickamauga Sunday afternoon

Twice a Prisoner - The Lieutenant's escape, and his capture by a woman

Two Mighty Armies Racing - Nashville or Louisville their goal, Generals Buell and Bragg maneuver across Tennessee and Kentucky

Two of a Kind - An amusing incident of Camp Life at Belle Plaine

Two Years' Men - An appeal for justice to them

Uncle Tom's Cabin - Fierce battle on Legree's Plantation in Louisiana

Unites States Signal Corps - History of this important branch of the War Department

Unpublished History - The grounds upon which General Grant took command of the Armies

Unwritten History - President Lincoln places McClellan in command against the advice of his cabinet

Unwritten History - The Rout of General Morgan's Forces at Greeneville, Tennessee

Up Red River - Details of the Most Disastrous Expedition of the War

Up the Red River - A Shamefully Managed Expedition

Up the Red River - How the Famous Banks Expedition Came to Grief

Up the Shenandoah - Operations of the Army of West Virginia

USS Hartford - Admiral Farragut's famous flagship's remarkable career

USS San Jacinto - Her Cruise After Blockade Runners and Her Final Wreck

Vicksburg Again - Charge of the Storming Party May 22, 1863

Vicksburg Campaign - The Gallant but Disastrous Charge of May 22

Visiting War Scenes - Reminiscences of a United States Signal Corps Man

Volunteer Cavalry - The First Cavalry Battle at Kelly's Ford, Virginia

Waddell Farm - A spirited cavalry argument in Arkansas

War as a Girl Saw It - A graphic picture of Chambersburg during the invasions of Lee and Ewell into Pennsylvania

War Recollections - Some of the Varied Experiences of a Missouri Soldier

War Reminiscences - The humorous side of a hard eight months' service in the War of the Rebellion

Warren at Bristoe - How he won his place as permanent corps commander

War's Brighter Side - Humorous incidents occurring in the battle, on the march, and in the hospital

Washington's Peril - Checking Jubal Early's Northern Raid

What the Ninth Corps Did - Experiences from Knoxville to Spottsylvania

Wheaton's Brigade - Its splendid advance at Gettysburg on the afternoon of July 2

Why Fort Sumter Surrendered- Actions of the Fleet Explained

Wilder's Brigade - The Mounted Infantry in the Tullahoma-Chickamauga Campaigns

Wilder's Lightning Brigade - A Soldier's Diary of the Closing Days of the Civil War

Wilder's Lightning Brigade - Service of the 123rd Illinois Mounted Infantry With this Famous Command

Wilson Raid - An Expedition to Destroy the Petersburg & Lynchburg and the Richmond & Danville Railroads

Wilson's Creek Fight - The Story of the First Battle of the War in Missouri

Wilson's Raid - The last general engagement of the Rebellion

Wilson's Famous Raid - The march from Gravelly Springs to Macon; The fighting at Selma, Alabama

With a Fighting Regiment - Story of Four Years' Service of the Gallant 29th Ohio

With Averell - On his raid to Salem, December, 1863; Privations and hardships of a nine days' march

With Canby at Valverde, New Mexico - A fierce little fight in which one company of 60 lost 39 men

With Pope's Army - How a Michigan Cavalryman took a last glimpse of Earth

With Smith's Guerillas - The Live Eagle Brigade Again to the Fore

With the Contrabands - The reminiscences of an Army Chaplain's wife in Alabama

With the Wagon Train - Reminiscences of the Chattanooga Campaign

Withheld His Troops - Why the Union Army Did Not Win at Antietam

Withstood The Siege - Story of Colonel George A. Forsyh's Brave Defense at Arickaree Fork

Wood's Division - Its Gallant Assault Upon Missionary Ridge.pdf

Wood's Brigade at Resaca - The stubborn fighting of those seasoned veterans prevented a disaster

Wounded at Fort Donelson - Thrilling experiences of a Union Officer on battlefield and in hospital

Wreck of the Steamer Governor - Desperate battling with the waves for days

Yarns at the Picket Fire - Tales of Adventure by the Boys in Blue

Yellow Fever - The Great Epidemic at New Berne, North Carolina, in 1864

Yellow Jackets - An exceedingly hot engagement

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