BC Civil War Resources

PRIMARY SOURCES
 
  1. Arnold, Benjamin, Sunshine and Shadows in the Life of a Private Soldier: 1909. Reprint, Dayton: Curt Dalton, 1995
  2. Beatty, John, The Citizen Soldier. Cincinnati: Wilstach and Baldwin, 1879 (Time-Life reprint in 2007)
  3. Boynton, H.V., Annual Address Delivered at the Twenty-Third Reunion of the Society of the Army of the Cumberland. Cincinnati: Robert Clarke Company, 1892
  4. Boynton, H. V., Chattanooga and Chickamauga, Reprint of Gen. H. V. Boynton’s Letters to the Cincinnati Commercial Gazette, August 1888.  Washington, D. C., George R Gray, 1891x
  5. Boynton, H.V., Dedication of the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1896
  6. Boynton, H.V., The National Military Park, Chickamauga-Chattanooga. Cincinnati: Robert Clarke Company, 1895
  7. Bruner, Peter, A Slave's Adventures Toward Freedom Not a Fiction, but the True Story of a Struggle, Oxford, 1918 (electronic version available at http://docsouth.unc.edu/neh/bruner/bruner.html)
  8. Curry, W.L., Four Years in the Saddle, History of the First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865. Columbus: Freedom Hill Press, 1984 (reprint)
  9. Demoret, Alfred, A Brief History of the Ninety-third Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Recollections of a Private. Ross: Graphic Print, 1898
  10. Grebner, Constantine, We Were the Ninth, 1897. Reprint, Kent: Kent State University Press, 1997
  11. Jackson, Joseph Orville, Ed., “Some of the Boys…” The Civil War Letters of Isaac Jackson, 1862-1865.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1960
  12. Keil, Frederick W., Thirty-Fifth Ohio, A Narrative of Service from August, 1861 to 1864. South Bend: Archer Housh and Company, 1894
  13. Marshall, T.B., History of the 83rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, the Greyhound Regiment.  Cincinnati: Gibson and Perrin, 1912
  14. McElroy, Joseph C., Record of the Ohio Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park Commission. Cincinnati: Earhart and Richardson, 1896
  15. Reid, Whitelaw, Ohio in the War, Her Statesmen, Her Generals and Soldiers, 2 Volumes. Cincinnati: Robert Clarke Company, 1895
  16. Rogers, Sarah Elizabeth, Country Life During the Civil War, Selections From the Diary of Sarah Elizabeth Rogers of Butler County, Ohio, unknown publisher, 1951
  17. U.S. War Department, The War of the Rebellion: a Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 128 volumes, Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1880-1901
  18. Ohio Roster Commission, Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866, 12 Volumes, Ohio General Assembly 1886
 

SECONDARY SOURCES

 

  1. Bissland, James, Blood, Tears, and Glory, How Ohioans Won the Civil War, Wilmington, Orange Frazer Press, 2007
  2. Blount, Jim, The Civil War and Butler County. Hamilton: Past/Present/Press, 1998
  3. Fugitt, Greg, Fantastic Shadows Upon the Ground, The Thirty-fifth Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War. Milford: Little Miami Books, 2011 
  4. Haselberger, Fritz, Yanks From the South, The First Land Campaign of the Civil War. Baltimore; Past Glories, 1987
  5. Landis, Lincoln, From Pilgrimage to Promise. Westminster: Heritage Books, 2007
  6. Lowry, Thomas P. and Jack D. Welsh, Tarnished Scalpels, Mechanicsburg: Stackpole Books, 2000
  7. Pape-Findlay, Nancy, The Invincibles, Story of the Fourth Ohio Veteran Volunteer Cavalry, 1861-1865. Tecumseh: Blood Road Publishing, 2002 
  8. Rentschler, Thomas B., Cosmopolitan and Gwynn & Campbell Carbines in the Civil War, Andrew Mobray, Lincoln, 2000
  9. Warner, Ezra J., Generals in Blue. Baton Rouge:, Louisiana State University Press, 1997
  10. Washington, Versalle F., Eagles On Their Buttons: A Black Infantry Regiment in the Civil War. Columbia, University of Missouri Press, 1999
  11. Woodworth, Stephen E., Chickamauga, A Battlefield Guide, Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1999

  

LOCAL SOURCES

 

  1. Cone, Stephen D., Biographical and Historical Sketches, A Narrative of Hamilton and its Residents from 1792 to 1896. Hamilton: Republican Publishing Company, 1896
  2. Cone, Stephen D., A Concise History of Hamilton, Ohio.  Middletown: G. Mitchell, 1901
  3. Crout, George C., Middletown Diary. Middletown: George C. Crout, 1965
  4. McGinnis, Ralph J., The History of Oxford, Ohio. Oxford: Stewart Press, 1930
  5. Schwartz, James, Hamilton, Ohio, Its Architecture and History. Hamilton: American Printing, 1986
  6. Bartlow, B.S., Centennial History of Butler County, Ohio. Indianapolis: B. F. Bowen Company, 1905
  7. History and Biographical Cyclopedia of Butler County, Ohio. Cincinnati: Western Biographical Publishing, 1882 (electronic version available at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohbutler/cyc/)
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PERIODICALS

 
  1. Fugitt, Greg, “Reliable but Never Flashy, the 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment Took Pride in Its Indomitable Performance at Chickamauga. America's Civil War. Leesburg. Virginia. March. 2000
  2. Sanders, Stewart W., “Buckeye Warriors at Perryville,” America’s Civil War, Volume 13, Number 4, January 2001
  3. Woodworth, Stephen E., “The Other Rock”, Civil War Times, Volume XLII, Number 4
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