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Resources

Regimental Histories

Regimental and company histories of the Union and Confederate Armies in the War of the Rebellion.

Confederate

General

Lee's tigers: The Louisiana Infantry in the Army of Northern Virginia, by Terry L Jones
Hood's Texas Brigade: Lee's Grenadier Guard, by Colonel Harold B Simpson

Alabama

From Huntsvile to Appomattox, R. T. Cole's history of Fourth Regiment, Alabama Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A., Army of Northern Virginia, by J D Stocker
The 11th Alabama Volunteer Regiment in the Civil War, by Ronald G Griffin

Available at Google Books, Hathi Trust Digital Library, and Internet Archive.

Guarding Greensboro: A Confederate company in the making of a Southern community, by G Ward Hubbs
From Selma to Appomattox: The history of the Jeff Davis Artillery, by Lawrence R Laboda
Welcome the hour of conflict: William Cowan McClellan and the 9th Alabama, by William Cowan McClellan

Arkansas

Reminiscences of a private, William E. Bevens of the First Arkansas Infantry, C.S.A., edited with an introduction by Daniel E Sutherland

Georgia

A scythe of fire: A civil war story of the Eighth Georgia Unfantry Regiment, by Warren Wilkinson and Steven E Woodworth

Available at Google Books, Hathi Trust Digital Library, and Internet Archive.

Georgia boys with 'Stonewall Jackson': James Thomas Thompson and the Walton Infantry, by Aurelia Austin
The Sumter Flying Artillery: A Civil War history of the Eleventh Battalion Georgia Light Artillery, by James L Speicher
Historical sketch of the Chatham Artillery during the Confederate struggle for independence, by Charles C Jones, Jr, late lieutenant colonel of artillery, C.S.A
The Oglethorpe Light Infantry of Savannah, in peace and in war: A brief sketch of its two companies, 'A' Company, known in the Confederate States Army as Co. B., 8th Regt. Ga. Vols., and 'B' Company known as Co. H., 1st Volunteer Regt. of Ga., by Captain W S Rockwell
History of the Eleventh Georgia Vols. embracing the muster rolls, together with a special and succinct account of the marches, engagements, casualties, etc, by Kittrell J Warren

Louisiana

In camp and in battle with the Washington Artillery of New Orleans, with an introduction by Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes, Jr., by W M Owen

Available at Google Books, Hathi Trust Digital Library, and Internet Archive.

Records of Company E, Eighth Louisiana Infantry, the Franklin Sharpshooters, National Archives, Washington, D. C.
Irish rebels, Confederate tigers: A history of the 6th Louisiana Volunteers, by James P Gannon
The pride of the Confederate artillery: The Washington Artillery in the Army of Tennessee, by Nathaniel C Hughes

Maryland

First & Second Maryland Infantry, C.S.A., by R J Driver, Jr.

Mississippi

Available at Google Books, Hathi Trust Digital Library, and Internet Archive.

The University Greys, Company A, Eleventh Mississippi Regiment, Army of Northern Virginia, 1861-1865, by Maud Morrow Brown

North Carolina

Available at Google Books, Hathi Trust Digital Library, and Internet Archive.

The Bloody Sixth, by Richard W Iobst

South Carolina

South Carolina Volunteers in the Civil War: First South Carolina Artillery, Calhoun's/Rhett's, in collaboration with W B Bynum, R W Hatcher III and H M Madaus with text and illustrations by R Field
South Carolina's military organisations during the War Between the States: The Lowcountry & Pee Dee, by R S Seigler
South Carolina's military organisations during the War Between the States: Statewide Units, Militia and Reserves, by R S Seigler
South Carolina's military organisations during the War Between the States: The Midlands, by R S Seigler
South Carolina's military organisations during the War Between the States: The Upstate, by R S Seigler
South Carolina Troops in Confederate Service, Volume 1, by the Historical Commission of South Carolina and A S Salley
South Carolina Volunteers in the Civil War: Fifth South Carolina Volunteers, Jenkins, in collaboration with W B Bynum, K R Johnson and H M Madaus with text and illustrations by R Field
South Carolina Volunteers in the Civil War: The Hampton Legion Part I, regimental history, in collaboration with W B Bynum and H M Madaus with text and illustrations by R Field
South Carolina Volunteers in the Civil War: The Hampton Legion Part 2, company histories, in collaboration with W B Bynum and H M Madaus with text and illustrations by R Field
South Carolina Volunteers in the Civil War: Seventh South Carolina Volunteers, Bacon's, in collaboration with W B Bynum, B Boatwright, Jr. and H M Madaus with text and illustrations by R Field

Available at Google Books, Hathi Trust Digital Library, and Internet Archive.

Company J, Fourth South Carolina Infantry, at the first battle of Manassas, by B B Breazeale
Diary of battles, marches and incidents of the Seventh S. C. Regiment, by J J McDaniel, of Co. "M"
History of the Fourth Regiment South Carolina Volunteers, from the commencement of the war until Lee's surrender, by J W Reid

Tennessee

Tennesseans in the Civil War Part I: A military history of Confederate and Union units with available rosters of personnel, in two parts, published by the Civil War Centennial Commission, Nashville, Tennessee, 1864

Texas

First Texas Regiment, by George T Todd
Tyler to Sharpsburg: Robert H. and William H. Gaston, their war letters, 1861-1862, by Robert H Gaston and William H Gaston

Available at Google Books, Hathi Trust Digital Library, and Internet Archive.

History of Company M, First Texas Volunteer Infantry, Hood's brigade, Longstreet's Corps, Army of the Confederate States of America, by D H Hamilton

Virginia

Richmond Volunteers: The Volunteer Companies of the City of Richmond and Henrico County, 1861-1865, by Louis H Manarin and Lee A Wallace, Jr.
Northern Virginia's own: The 17th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Confederate States Army, by William M Glasgow, Jr., colonel, U. S. Army, retired
War years with J. E. B. Stuart, by Lieutenant Colonel W W Blackford, C. S. A.

Available at Google Books, Hathi Trust Digital Library, and Internet Archive.

One of Jackson's foot cavalry: His experience and what he saw during the war 1861–1865, including a history of 'F Company', Richmond, Va., 21st Regiment Virginia Infantry, Second Brigade, Jackson's Division, Second Corps, A. N. Va., by John H Worsham
Contributions to a history of the Richmond Howitzer Battalion: Pamphlet No. 1, Part I: Organisation of First Company and John Brown raid , by Captain H Hudnall, Second Company
Contributions to a history of the Richmond Howitzer Battalion: Pamphlet No.1, Part IV: All official reports (C. S. and U. S.), Battle of Bethel, by Carlton McCarthy
Contributions to a history of the Richmond Howitzer Battalion: Pamphlet No. 4, Part III: Extracts from an old order book of First Company Richmond Howitzers, by J W Randolph
Snowballs and skirmish lines: A history of the Fincastle Rifles, Army of Northern Virginia, Confederate States of America, 1859-1865, by William O Doherty, Jr.
The story of a Confederate boy in the Civil War, by David E Johnston of the 7th Virginia Infantry Regiment
Reminiscences of a Confederate soldier of Co. C, 2nd Va. Cavalry, by R H Peck
War history of the old First Virginia Infantry Regiment, Army of Northern Virginia, by Charles T Loehr
Historical sketches of the Nottoway Greys afterwards Company G, Eighteenth Virginia Regiment, Army of Northern Virginia, prepared at the request of the surviving members of the company at their first reunion at Bellefont Church, July 21, 1877, by Richard Irby

Union

Connecticut

Wooden nutmegs at Bull Run: a humorous account of some of the exploits and experiences of the three months Connecticut brigade, and the part they bore in the national stampede, by Elnathan B Tyler

Maine

Second to none: The story of the 2nd Maine Volunteers 'The Bangor Regiment', by James H Mundy

Available at Google Books, Hathi Trust Digital Library, and Internet Archive.

History of the First-Tenth-Twenty-ninth Maine Regiment: In service of the United States from 3 May, 1861, to 21 June, 1861, by Maj. John M. Gould
History of the Fifth regiment Maine volunteers, comprising brief descriptions of its marches, engagements, and general services from the date of its muster in, 24 June, 1861, to the time of its muster out, 27 July, 1864, by Rev. G W Bicknell

Massachusetts

Civil War regiments from Massachusetts 1861-1865, by F A Osborn

Available at Google Books, Hathi Trust Digital Library, and Internet Archive.

History of the First Regiment Massachusetts Infantry, from the 25th of May, 1861, to the 25th of May, 1864, by Warren H Cudworth
The record of the Second Massachusetts infantry 1861-65, by Alonzo Hall Quint
History of the Fifth Massachusetts Battery, organised 3 October, 1861, mustered out 12 June, 1865, by Luther E Cowles
The Fifth Regiment Massachusetts volunteer infantry in its three tours of duty 1861, 1862-63, 1864, by Alfred S Roe
First Regiment of Infantry Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, Colonel Robert Cowdin, commanding, in service of the United States, in answer to the President's first call for troops to suppress the rebellion, 15 April, 1861,
compiled from original papers in the Adjutant General and Auditor's offices of the Commonwealth
The Fifth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry in its three tours of duty 1861, 1862-63, 1864, by Alfred S Roe
A narrative of the formation and services of the Eleventh Massachusetts Volunteers, from 15 April, 1861, to 14 July, 1865, by Gustavus B Hutchinson
What I saw at Bull Run: An address by Edwin S. Barrett, delivered in the Town Hall, Concord, Mass., 21st July, 1886, on the 25th anniversary of the battle of Bull Run, at the reunion of the veterans of Co. G, Concord artillery, Fifth regiment, M.V.M., Capt. George L Prescott
History of the Seventh Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion of the southern states against constitutional authority 1861-1865, with description of battles, army movements, hospital life, and incidents of the camp, by officers and privates; and a comprehensive introduction of the moral and political forces which precipitated the war of secession upon the people of the United States (1890), by Nelson V Hutchinson
The history of the Ninth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Second Brigade, First Division, Fifth Army Corps, Army of the Potomac, June, 1861-June, 1864, by Daniel G Macnamara, First Sergeant, CompanyE; Commissionary Sergeant, N.C.S.; Second Lieutenant, First Lieutenant, Quartermaster, Ninth Massachusetts Infantry
History of the First Regiment of Heavy Artillery, Massachusetts Volunteers, formerly the Fourteenth Regiment of Infantry, 1861-1865, by Alfred Seelye Roe and Charles Nutt

Michigan

Available at Google Books, Hathi Trust Digital Library, and Internet Archive.

The First Michigan Infantry three months and three years: Brief history of the regiment from its organisation in May, 1861, until its muster out in July, 1865, together with personal experiences of writer, by C W Owen
The glorious old third: A history of the Third Michigan Infantry 1855 to 1927, by Steve Soper

Minnesota

Available at Google Books, Hathi Trust Digital Library, and Internet Archive.

History of the First regiment Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1864, with maps and illustrations

New Hampshire

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A history of the Second Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry, in the war of the rebellion, by Martin A Haynes
History of the Second Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers: its camps, marches and battles, by Martin A Haynes

New York

Army of the Potomac Series: The history of the fighting fourteenth, 14th Brooklyn State Militia, 'Red-legged devils', published in commemoration of the 15th Anniversary of the regiment into the United States service, May 23, 1861, by Trevis & Marquis
A Journal of the American Civil War, Volume 5, No.4: Civil War, the early battles, with the Fire Zouaves at First Manassas, the narrative of Pvt. Arthur O. Alcock, Eleventh New York Infantry, pp80-104, edited by Savas Publishing Company

Available at Google Books, Hathi Trust Digital Library, and Internet Archive.

The First New York, Lincoln, Cavalry from 19 April, 1861, to 7 July, 1865, by William H Beach, A. M., First Lieutenant and Adjutant
The history of Company K of the 17th Regiment, N.Y.V., compiled by Major H A Dudley and Captain A M Whaley
From Bull Run to Chancellorsville: The story of the Sixteenth New York Infantry together with personal reminiscences, by Newton M Curtis
The Seventy-ninth Highlanders, New York Volunteers in the War of Rebellion 1861-1865, by William Todd, of Company B
Three years' campaign of the Ninth N.Y.S.M. during the Southern rebellion, by John W Jaques
Glory was not their companion: The Twenty-sixth New York Volunteer Infantry, by Paul Taylor
The last days of the 69th in Virginia: A narrative in three parts with a portrait, by Thomas Francis Meagher, Captain Company K (Irish Zouaves)
History of the 71st Regiment, N.G., N.Y., American Guard, by Augustus Theodore Francis
History of the 27th Regiment N. Y. Vols, being a record of its more than two years service in the war for the Union, from 21st May, 1861, to 31st May, 1863, with a complete roster, and short sketches of some of commanding officers, also, a record of experience and suffering of some of the comrades in Libby and other Rebel prisons, compiled by C B Fairchild, of Company D
Chronicles of the Twenty-first Regiment New York State Volunteers, embracing a full history of the regiment from the enrolling of the first volunteer in Buffalo, April 15, 1861, to the final mustering out, May 18, 1863, including a copy of muster out rolls of field and staff, and each company, by J Harrison Mills
History of the Fortieth, Mozart, Regiment, New York Volunteers, which was composed of four companies from New York, four companies from Massachusetts and two companies from Pennsylvania, by Sergeant Frederick C Floyd
Rebellion Record: Document 180, Second Regiment N.Y.S.M., New York World, 1861
Rebellion Record: Document 203, Eighth N.Y.S.V., New York Tribune, 1861
Rebellion Record: Document 126, Albany Burgesses Corps, New York Tribune, 2 May, 1861

Pennsylvania

First in defense of the Union: The Civil War history of the First Defenders, by John D Hoptak

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History of the First Reg't Pennsylvania Reserve Cavalry, from its organization, August 1861, to September 1864, with a list of names of all officers and enlisted men who have ever belonged to the regiment , and remarks attached to each name, noting change, &c
History of the Doylestown Guards, by William W H Davis
The First Defenders, by Heber S Thompson, president of the First Defenders' Association.

Rhode Island

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Narrative of the campaign of the First Rhode Island Regiment, in the spring and summer of 1861, by Augustus Woodbury
Personal narratives of the battles of the Rebellion, being papers read before the Rhode Island soldiers and sailors, Historical Society No.1: The first campaign of the Second Rhode Island Infantry, by Elisha H Rhodes
The Second Rhode Island regiment: A narrative of military operations in which the regiment was engaged from the beginning to the end of the war for the Union, by Augustus Woodbury
History of Company F, 1st Regiment, R.I. Volunteers, during the spring and summer of 1861, by Charles H Clarke
The history of Battery A, First regiment Rhode Island Light Artillery in the war to preserve the union, 1861–1865, by T M Aldrich
Personal narratives of the battles of the Rebellion No.2: The Rhode Island Artillery at the first battle of Bull Run, by J Albert Monroe

United States Army

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History of the United States Cavalry: From the formation of the Federal Government to the 1st of June, 1863, by Albert Gallatin Brackett
Across the continent with the Fifth Cavalry, by George Frederic Price

Vermont

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The Second Vermont Volunteer Infantry Regiment, 1861-1865, by Paul G Zeller

Wisconsin

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A narrative of service with the Third Wisconsin Infantry, by Julian Wisner Hinkley

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