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New York: Orion Books, C47 Clarke, Asia Booth. Edited by Terry Alford. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, Commager, Henry Steele, comp. Revised and abridged. New York: Meridian, B56 Fifty Basic Civil War Documents. Malabar, Florida: R. Drieger, F5 Conolly, Thomas. C Cutrer, Thomas W. Terry Texas Ranger Trilogy. Includes L.

Giles, Terry's Texas Rangers; J. Blackburn, Reminiscences of the Terry Rangers; E. T47 Cutrer, Thomas W. Davis, Jefferson. The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government. Abridged for the modern reader. Reprinted, Gloucester, Mass. Written in the late s to justify the South's secession from the Union and its fighting for independence in the Civil War.

D Davis, Nicholas A. Author, a Cumberland Presbyterian minister and Confederate chaplain, recounts movement of Texan Confederate volunteers in from Houston area to Richmond, Virginia. D26 Dawson, Sarah Morgan. Edited by Charles East.

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Athens: University of Georgia Press, Author was a young woman in Louisiana during the war. D28 Dickerson, Frank W. Frank Dickerson, a Son of Belfast, Maine. Edited by H. Draper Hunt. Unity, Maine: North Country Press, D5 Durden, Robert Franklin. Early, Jubal Anderson. Narrative of the War between the States. New York: Da Capo Press, E13 Edmunds, Sarah Emma Edmunds.

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Author joined the Union army from Michigan under the guise as a man. Served as a "male" nurse. Also served in other capacities until leaving the army in the spring of E 36 Fletcher, William A. New York: Penguin Group. Author spent first part of his life in western Louisiana and eastern Texas.


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Assisted with harrassment of Sherman's rear guard in march to the sea in Georgia. Memoir written when author was F58 Fox, Tryphena Blanche. Edited by Wilma King. Author was Massachusetts born and bred.

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Nearly all the letters, most written from Plaquemines Parish in Louisiana, are to her mother in New England. They reveal much about middle-class Southern life. Fox enthustically supported the Confederate cause during the Civil War. Pages deal with the Civil War period. L8 F68 Gallagher, Gary W. Two Witnesses at Gettysburg.

James, N. Whitelaw Reid, with Union army; A. Fremantle, with Confederate army. From their books. Gallaway, B. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, First thirteen documents deal with Texas in the late ante-bellum period. Includes excellent esay on Texas Civil War historiography. T49 Gallman, J. Matthew, gen. New York: Crown Pulishers, Excerpts from many documents.

Does not cover every day of the war but is chronological in organization. C49 Gooding, James Henry. Edited by Virginia M. G66 Goyne, Minetta Altgelt.


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David Baird. Civilization of the American Indian Series. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, C9 G7 Greene, William B. Belleville, Wis. G74 Hancock, Cornelia. Edited by Henrietta Stratton Jaquette. Author was a Quaker who served the Union in field and evacuating hospitals, in a contraband camp, and on the battlefield. Letters are to family members. H29 Harwell, Richard B. The Civil War Reader.

New York: Mallard Press, Emphasis on material that is not familiar. Some documents excerpted. Each volume separately paged and indexed.

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Include specific title in citation. H37 Hawks, Esther Hill. Edited by Gerald Schwartz. Author was one of the few female physicians who served the Union cause during the war. H36 Haydon, Charles B. H38 Heartsill, William W. Lane Rangers from April 19, to May 20, Wilmington, N. Originally published in Author in 2nd Texas Cavalry Regiment. Heyward, Pauline DeCaradeuc. Edited by Mary D. Author recounts her experiences in the latter part of the Civil War, including the invasion and plunder of her plantation home near Aiken, South Carolina.

H56 Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. Army Life in a Black Regiment. Alexandria, Va. Author was a Unitarian minister and fervent New England abolitionist.