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      UNION GENERALS

An important memoir by a staff member to Ulysses S. Grant in the Civil War.
An important, forgotten Union general of the American Civil War.
An important, forgotten Union general of the American Civil War.
War reporter describes personal memories of General Grant.
Affectionate written portrait of Union General Winfield Scott Hancock.
One of the most storied military careers in U.S. history from the Civil War to WWI.
Autobiography of a Union general and Medal of Honor recipient.
A loyal aide describes the command of Union General Don Carlos Buell.
This is General Curtis' memoir of commanding in the Civil War. Medal of Honor recipient.
Letters by a staff member at the headquarters of Union General George Gordon Meade.
McClellan's account of his controversial command of the Army of the Potomac in the Civil War.
McClellan's account of his controversial command of the Army of the Potomac in the Civil War.
War reporter describes personal memories of General Sherman.
General Haupt's memoir tells the incredible story of what it took to move the Union army.
This is the official biography that Union General Sheridan was working on at his death.
Piatt served with General George Thomas and wrote this bio of the famed Union commander.
This is Union General Sherman's official account of his famed march to the sea in 1864.
This is the only biography of rough and ready Union General Judson Kilpatrick.
Personal memories of Union generals by a war reporter who knew them all.
One of the best memoirs of the Civil War, Kidd wrote of his time in Custer's Michigan Brigade.
Admiral Porter's memoir of his time with Grant and Lincoln in the American Civil War.
War reporter describes personal memories of Union General George Thomas.
The only biography of General Grant's brilliant staff officer, John Rawlins.
Biography of Union General Berry who was killed at Chancellorsville.
Autobiography of another forgotten hero of the American Civil War.
Union officer, Piatt, remembers some of the important men he knew in the Civil War.
An aide wrote of General McClernand's command during the siege of Vicksburg in 1863.
The autobiography of an important Union general and Indian Fighter, George Crook.
Civil War Cavalry
Fascinating letters of Union general and future President Hayes.
Fascinating letters of Union general and future President Hayes.
This general spent more time with Lincoln and Stanton than any other military man.
War reporter describes personal memories of Union General Philip Sheridan.
General Rusling's personal anecdotes about the famous men with whom he served in the Civil War.
A long-forgotten hero of the Civil War and a Harvard graduate.
A Union general's memoir of his time in the American Civil War.
A son writes of his father's time as a United States Navy admiral in the Civil War.

      CONFEDERATE GENERALS

The irascible Confederate General Jubal Early wrote this in exile in Canada after the Civil War.
Famed Confederate cavalry leader Joseph Wheeler is profiled in this work.
This general served the Confederacy and the United States in two wars.
What is the truth of the actions of two Confederate generals, Johnston and Beauregard, at Bull Run?

     UNION MEMOIRS

From 1862 to 1864 Captain Sam Fiske wrote these insightful, humorous essays from the field during the American Civil War.
Edwin Hobart wrote this engaging history his regiments in the Civil War, including the 58th U.S. Colored Infantry.
Written portraits of Union commanders by Gamaliel Bradford, “Dean of American Biographers.”
Gerrish's famous memoir of his time in Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain's 20th Maine regiment, Civil War.
A simple private who marched from Atlanta to the sea with General William Tecumseh Sherman in 1864.
Schaff remembers many famous West Point classmates and their time together before the Civil War.
Livermore's memoir of the 18th New Hampshire Volunteers in the Civil War.
Lynch documented Winchester, Lynchburg, Cedar Creek, and other battles in his diary as he and the 18th Connecticut Volunteers paid a heavy price.
This often humorous memoir of an immigrant in the American Civil War is unique.
Perkins wrote about the naval battles in which he was engaged in the Civil War.
Articulate, witty, and compassionate accounts of life at the front during the American Civil War by a Union chaplain.
Wounded severely three times, Copp captures the horror and excitement of Civil War battles.
A Swedish immigrant wrote this humorous and poignant memoir of service to the Union in the Civil War.
Charles Wright saw action with the 81st Ohio Infantry Volunteers at Kennesaw Mountain and elsewhere.
Captain Robert Patrick penned one of the most tender and humorous memoirs of the American Civil War.
Anecdotes of famous men and time in the field during the Civil War.
Oldroyd's soldier's view of the siege of Vicksburg is harrowing and humorous. He later lived in the Lincoln house in Springfield.
 Stinging with irreverence and humor, articulate and profane, Bacon wrote one of the best Civil War memoirs.
Seriously wounded in the head at Kennesaw Mountain, he was a soldier at Shiloh, Franklin, and at many other battles of the Civil War.
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      CONFEDERATE MEMOIRS

     CIVIL WAR PRISON CAMPS

      WOMEN IN THE CIVIL WAR

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      GETTYSBURG

      LETTERS AND DIARIES

     MEDICAL CORPS

nurses in the civil war

     CIVIL WAR CAVALRY

      CIVIL WAR INTELLIGENCE

     CAMPAIGNS & BATTLEFIELDS

     REGIMENTAL HISTORIES

      CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY

      AFRICAN AMERICANS

     GUERRILLAS & SPECIAL FORCES

     LINCOLN WHITE HOUSE

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