Alabama Civil War Unit Bibliography


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General Information

  • (h) Brewer, Willis. Alabama : Her History, Resources, War Record and Public Men ; from 1540 to 1872. (Spartanburg, SC : Reprint Co., 1975) [reprint; originally published, 1872; contains capsule histories of Alabama regiments]
  • Civil War Unit Histories. Part 1, Confederate States of America and Border States ; (Bethesda, MD : University Publications of America, 1990) [contains microfiche editions of many of the regimental histories noted below; see the [guide]
  • (h) Miller, Rex. Brief Historical Sketches of Military Organizations Raised in Alabama During the Civil War. Rev. ed. (Rex Miller, 2000) [reprints Brewer's capsule histories]

ARTILLERY UNITS

General Information

  • (p) Weatherbee, F. W., jr. Alabama Artillery Units and their Organization within the Confederate Army. (Carrollton, MS : Pioneer Publishing Co., 1991)

1st Alabama Artillery Battalion

  • (x) [Austill, Hurieosco] "Fort Morgan in the Confederacy," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, VII, no. 2 (Summer, 1945), 254-268
  • (x) Austill, Hurieosco. "Letters by Hurieosco Austill," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, VII, No. 4 (Winter, 1945), 547-573
  • (x) Tarleton, Robert [Co. "E"]. "The Civil War Letters of Robert Tarleton," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXXII, no. 1-2 (Spring-Summer, 1970), 51-80

2nd Alabama Light Artillery Battalion

  • (p) Little, George and James R. Maxwell. A History of Lumsden's Battery, C.S.A. (Tuscaloosa, AL : United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1905) [contains muster roll; reprinted: Tuskaloosa, AL : R.E. Rhodes Chapter, UDC, 1988]
  • (x) Elebash, Maxwell, "When shall our cup be full : the correspondence of Confederate soldiers James T. and Reuben M. Searcy," in Alabama Heritage (Winter 1994) pp. 28-39
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Barbour Light Artillery Battery

      Manuscript Resources
      • Kolb, Reuben Francis [Capt.]. Kolb-Hume Collection, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 190
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Jeff. Davis Artillery Battery

  • (h) Laboda, Lawrence R. From Selma to Appomattox : the history of the Jeff Davis Artillery (New York : Oxford University Press, 1996. Originally published: Shippensburg, PA : White Mane Pub., c1994.)
  • (x) Moore, Robert H., ed., "Break out! The capture and adventures of Washington Brown Traweek in Yankeedom and his part in leading up to the daring escape of Confederate prisoners from Elmira, New York," in Civil War Times Illustrated, XXIX (Nov.-Dec. 1991), 26, 52-54, 56, 59-61
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Marks (Semple's-Goldthwaite's) Alabama Artillery Battalion

  • Charles, W. T. Recollections of a Christmas During "The War" (1862-1863). (F.B.C. Hall, 1959)

State Artillery Battery

  • (x) "Record of the Alabama State Artillery from its Organization in May 1836 to the Surrender in April 1865 and from its Re-organization Jany 1872 to Jany 1875," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XX, no.2 (Summer, 1958), 141-447.
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CAVALRY UNITS

Shockley's Alabama Escort Company

  • (x) Gilmer, Morgan S. Shockley's Independent Escort Company. (Montgomery : Woodruff Co., 1905 [reprinted as History of Shockley's Alabama Escort Company. Ed. by William Stanley Hoole. University, AL : Confederate Publishing Co., 1983])

1st (USA) Tennessee and Alabama Independent Vidette Cavalry

  • Potter, Johnny L. T. N. First Tennessee & Alabama Independent Vidette Cavalry Roster, 1863-1864 : Companies A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H. (Chattanooga : Mountain Press, c1995.)

1st (USA) Alabama Cavalry Regiment

  • (h) Hoole, William Stanley. Alabama Tories; the First Alabama Cavalry, U. S. A., 1862-1865. (Tuscaloosa, AL : Confederate Pub. Co., 1960)
  • Phillips, John R. The story of my life. (Tuscaloosa, AL: Phillips, 1923?)
  • Todd, Glenda McWhirter. First Alabama Cavalry, USA: Homage to Patriotism. (Bowie, MD : Heritage Books, 1999)

2nd Alabama Cavalry Regiment

  • (x) Ryan, Harriet Fitts, "The Letters of Harden Perkins Cochrane, 1862-1864," in Alabama Review. Pt. 1: VII, no.4 (October, 1954), 277-94; Pt. 2: VIII, no.1 (January, 1955), 35-70; Pt. 3: VIII, no.2 (April, 1955), 143-52; Pt. 4: VIII, no.3 (July, 1955), 219-28; Pt. 5: VIII, no.4 (October, 1955), 277-90.
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3rd Alabama Cavalry Regiment

  • (p) Mims, Wilbur Fisk War History of the Prattville Dragoons : Company H, Third Alabama Cavalry, Prattville, Autauga County, Alabama, 1861-1866. (Prattville, AL? : 19??) [original mss. in AL Dept. of Archives and History]
  • Nelson, Raymond W. Company B, Third Alabama Cavalry, "Monroe Blues." (Huntsville, AL : R. W. Nelson, 1996)
  • (x) Stevenson, William Robert, "Robert Alexander Smith, a Southern Son", in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XX, no.1 (Spring, 1958), 35-60.
      Manuscript Resources
      • (x) Bailey, Michael M. From Pensacola to Bentonville : the War History of the Prattville Dragoons, a paper prepared about 2000 for the Autauga Heritage Association
      • (x) Fountain, H. W. [Co. "B"] Letter, 7 Dec 1864, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 697
      • Ulmer, Isaac Barton. Papers, in Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina, #1834
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4th Alabama Cavalry [Roddy's] Regiment

  • (h) McDonald, Ward Johnny Reb, Confederate spy : Memories of thrilling events of the Civil War, Memoirs of Ward McDonald, Captain, C.S.A., 4th Alabama Cavalry. (Houston : American History Book Pub. Co., 1992)

4th Alabama Cavalry [Russell's] Regiment

  • (p) Steenburn, Donald H. The Man Called Gurley. (Meridianville, AL: Elk River Press, 1999)
  • (x) Wyeth, John Allen. With Sabre and Scalpel, the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon. (New York: Harper, 1914) [The author covers the 4th AL Cavalry on pp.197-209]
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5th Alabama Cavalry Regiment

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6th Alabama Cavalry Regiment

  • (x) Hamil, John W. Memories and Recollections of John W. Hamil, July 15, 1915. (Cragford, AL: F. M. Hamil, 1973)
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7th Alabama Cavalry Regiment

  • Directory of the City of Montgomery and Historical Sketches of Alabama Soldiers. (19??; copy available in University of Alabama Library)
  • Prude, Alfred Marion. Amazon of Seventh Alabama Cavalry. (Pratt City, AL, 1916)
  • -----. One night on picket. (Pratt City, AL : A. M. Prude, 1917)
  • (x) History of the Seventh Alabama Cavalry Regiment : including Capt. Charles P. Storr's troop of University of Alabama cadet volunteers. (University, AL : Confederate Publishing Co., 1984 [includes muster roll])
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9th Alabama Cavalry [Malone's] Regiment

      Manuscript Resources
      • McClellan, Robert Anderson. Papers, in Duke University, William R. Perkins Library, Collection No. 3331
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11th Alabama Cavalry Regiment

      Manuscript Resources
      • (x) Corry, Robert Emmet [Co. "F"]. Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 84
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12th Alabama Cavalry Regiment

  • (x) Hendricks, Thomas Wayman. Cherished letters of Thomas Wayman Hendricks. Comp. by Josie Armstrong McLaughlin. (Birmingham, AL : 1947)
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25th Alabama Cavalry Battalion

  • (x) Johnston, Milus E. The Sword of "Bushwhacker" Johnston. Ed. by Charles S. Rice. (Huntsville, AL : Flint River Press, 1992) [(p) reprinted, 1998]
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51st Alabama Cavalry Regiment [Partisan Rangers]

  • (h) Miller, Rex. Wheeler's Favorites : 51st Alabama Cavalry, 2nd ed. (Austin : Patrex Press, 1994 [contains muster roll])
    Manuscript Resources
    • Nimrod W. E. Long, Papers, in Emory University Library, Archives and Special Collections, MSS416
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53rd Alabama Cavalry Regiment [Partisan Rangers]

  • (x) Alison, Joseph Dill. "I have been trhough my first Battle and have had enough war to last me..." in Civil War Times Illustrated, V (February 1967), 40-44, 46.
  • (p) McLendon, Robert G., jr. History of the 53rd Regiment Alabama Volunteer Cavalry and M. W. Hannon's Cavalry Brigade, Army of Tennessee, C.S.A. (Troy, AL: BlackHorse Publishing, 2007)
  • (x) Whetstone, Adam Henry. History of the Fifty-Third Alabama Volunteer Infantry (Mounted). (University, AL : Confederate Publishing Co., 1985)
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INFANTRY UNITS

1st Alabama, Tennessee, and Mississippi Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Barbiere, Joseph. Scraps from the Prison Table, at Camp Chase and Johnson's Island. (Doylestown, PA : W.W.H. Davis, 1868 [includes prisoner roster])

1st Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (h) McMorries, Edward Young. History of the First Regiment, Alabama Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A. (Montgomery : Brown Printing Co., 1904 [reprinted, Freeport, NY : Books for Libraries Press, 1970])
  • (x) Partin, Robert. "Report of a Corporal of the Alabama First Infantry on Talk and Fighting Along Mississippi, 1862-63," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XX, no. 4 (Winter, 1958), 583-594
  • (x) "The pioneer banner : a Confederate camp newspaper," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXIII, no. 3-4 (Fall-Winter, 1961), 211-219 [includes Co. "A" muster roll]
  • (x) Rogers, William Warren, "The Escape of Melvin Thornton from Camp Butler, Illinois," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXIII, no. 3-4 (Fall-Winter, 1961), 220-230
  • (x) Rumph, Catherine Elizabeth (Hixon), "Reminiscence of Perote in Bullock," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XX, no. 3 (Fall, 1959), 479-522 [includes, "The History of the Perote Gurds Flag," pp. 504-508]
  • (x) Rumph, Langdon Leslie, "Letters of a teenage Confederate," in Florida Historical Quarterly Review, XXXVIII (April 1960), 339-346
  • (x) Smith, Daniel P. Company K, First Alabama Regiment, or, three years in the Confederate service (Philadelphia : Burke & McFetridge, 1885 [reprinted, Gaithersburg, MD : Butternut Press, 1984; contains regimental muster roll])
  • (x) Thornton, Harry Innes, "Recollection of the war by a Confederate officer from California," in Southern California Quarterly, XLV (Sept 1963), 195-218
  • (x) Thornton, Melvin, "The Escape of Melvin Thornton from Camp Butler, Illinois" in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXIII, no. 3-4 (Fall-Winter, 1961), 220-230
      Manuscript Resources
      • Dent, Stouten Hubert [1st Lt., Co. "B"]. Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 86
      • Parker, John M. [Co. "G"] Civil War Letters, 1861-1862 in Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, VA, Accession #13240
      • Partin, Robert. Papers [includes collected research materials], in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 448
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3rd Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (h) Battle, Cullen Andrews. Third Alabama! : The Civil War Memoir of Brigadier General Cullen Andrews Battle, CSA.Ed. by Brandon H. Beck. (University, AL : U of Alabama Press, 1999)
  • (p) Chappell, Frank Anderson, ed. Dear Sister : Civil War Letters to a Sister in Alabama. Huntsville, AL : Branch Springs Publishing, 2002).
  • (p) Coker, William S. The Mobile Cadets, 1845-1945 : A Century of Honor and Fidelity. (Bagdad, FL : Patagonia Press, 1993)
  • (p) Forsyth, Charles. History of the Third Alabama Regiment, C.S.A. (University, AL : Confederate Publishing Co., 198?)
  • Hotze, Henry. Three Months in the Confederate Army : printed in facsimile from the London Index, 1862. (University, AL: University of Alabama Press, 1952 [reprinted, 2004])
  • (x) Rodgers, Thomas G. "The 'Bandbox' Soldiers of the 3rd Alabama Infantry Became Combat-Hardened Veterans in Virginia," in America's Civil War, (July 1990), 12ff.
  • (x) "A sketch of 12 months service in the Mobile Rifle Company by an unidentified member," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXV, no.1-2 (Spring-Summer, 1963), 149-189
  • (x) Stamp, J. B., "Ten months experience in Northern prisons" in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XVIII, no.4 (Winter, 1956), 486-498
      Manuscript Resources
      • Crowder, D. G., to T. J. Jarrell [Co. "H"]. Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 340
      • Graham, Needham Alexander [Co. "H"]. Civil War Diary, in Birmingham Public Library
      • Westfeldt, Charles F. [Co. "E"] Papers, 1861-1865 in Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, #2184
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4th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (h) Coles, Robert T., From Huntsville to Appomattox: R. T. Coles's History of 4th Regiment, Alabama Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A., Army of Northern Virginia, ed. by Jeffrey D. Stocker. (Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, 1996 [Original manuscript at Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, AL])
  • (x) "The 4th Alabama regiment at the battle of Manassas," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXIII, no. 3-4 (Fall-Winter, 1961), 208-210
  • (x) Hollis, Rufus. Confederate veteran. (Scottsboro, AL : Press of the Scottsboro Citizen, [n.d.])
  • (x) Hudson, James G., "A story of Company D, 4th Alabama infantry regiment, C.S.A.," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXIII, no. 1-2 (Spring-Summer, 1961), 139-179
  • (p) Jones, Kenneth W., "The Fourth Alabama Infantry: first blood," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXXVI, no.1 (Spring, 1974), 35-53
  • (p) -----, "The Fourth Alabama Infantry: a fighting legion," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXXVIII, no.3 (Fall, 1976), 171-203
  • (x) Pierrepont, Alice V. D. Reuben Vaughan Kidd, soldier of the Confederacy, Petersburg, 1947
  • (x) Starbuck, Gregory H., "Up Alabamians: The 4th Alabama Infantry at First Manassas," in Military Images, VIII, no. 1 (July-Aug 1986), 25-29
  • (x) Vaughan, Turner, "Diary of Turner Vaughan, Co. 'C,' 4th Alabama regiment, C.S.A., commenced March 4th, 1863, and ending February 12th, 1864," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XVIII, no.4 (Winter, 1956), 573-604
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5th Alabama Infantry Battalion

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5th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • Beck, Henry. Memoirs of Henry Beck, 1864-1865, Battle's Brigade Rode's Division, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, copied from the originals belonging to Mrs. H.M. Beck, Birmingham, by Birmingham Public Library. (Birmingham : The Library, 1940)
  • (x) Fry, Anna M. Gayle, "'Cahaba Rifles,' Company F, Fifth Alabama Regiment," in Memories of Old Cahaba. (Nashville : M.E. Church South, 1908), pp. 104-22
  • (p) Hoole, William Stanley. Historical sketch of the Fifth Alabama Infantry Regiment, C.S.A. : with a partial roster of the regiment (University, AL : Confederate Publishing Co., 1985)
  • (h) Hubbs, G. Ward. Guarding Greensboro : a Confederate Company in the Making of a Southern Community. (Athens, GA : University of Georgia Press, 2003 [originally a PhD thesis, University of Alabama, 1999])
  • (h) -----. Voices from Company D : Diaries by the Greensboro Guards, Fifth Alabama Infantry Regiment, Army of Northern Virginia. (Athens, GA : University of Georgia Press, 2003) [Includes diaries of John H. Cowin, Richard H. Adams, Samuel and James Pickens, Joel C. McDiarmid, and Henry Beck; and excerpts from diaries of John S. Tucker and a 'Veteran' from Co. "D"]
  • (p) [McShane, Debra J.] Captain Jonathan Whitehead Williams : His Life and Times with the 5th Alabama, C.S.A. Company "D", Greensboro Guard. (Privately printed : 1997) [Contains transcripts of newpaper articles from the Greensboro (AL) Record]
  • (x) Tucker, John S. "The Diary of John S. Tucker, Confederate soldier from Alabama," ed. by Wilson, Gary, in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XLIII, no.1 (Spring, 1981), 5-33
      Manuscript Resources
      • (x) Adams, Richard H., jr. Papers, in the Virginia Military Institute Archives
      • Blackford, Eugene [Major]. Gordon-Blackford Papers, in Maryland HIstorical Society Library, Mss Dept.
      • Hobson Family Papers, in Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, VA, Mss1H6538a
      • Pickens, Samuel. Civil War Diary of Samuel Pickens, Company "D", 5th Alabama Regiment, July 27, 1862--June 17, 1865, in University of Alabama Library, Hoole Alabama Collection
      • Tate, Jeremiah M. Collection of Jeremiah M. Tate, in the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, GLC02082
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6th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • Autauga Rifles, 1861 to 1865. (Montgomery : Alabama Printing Co., 1891 [contains muster roll] )
  • (h) Gordon, John Brown. Reminiscences of the Civil War. (New York : Charles Scribners' Sons, 1904)
  • Jones, Charles T. "Five Confederates, the sons of Bolling Hall in the Civil War," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXIV, no.2-4 (Summer-Winter, 1962), 133-221
  • (x) Lightfoot, Thomas R. "Letters of the three Lightfoot brothers, 1861-1864," in Georgia Historical Quarterly, XXV (1941), 371-400, and XXVI (1942), 65-90
  • Montgomery Greys Retired Corps. Constitution and roster. (Montgomery, Ala., Brown Printing Co., 1907)
  • Montgomery Greys Retired Corps. Montgomery Greys under two flags. (Montgomery, 1907 [reprinted, 1908; contains constitution and muster roll])
  • Roberts, James W. "The Wilderness and Spotsylvania, May 4-12, 1864," in Florida Historical Quarterly Review, XI (1932/33), 58-76
  • Shipman, W. H. "Recollections of the first Maryland campaign" in Opelika [AL] Post (April, 1901)
  • (p) Thompson, James Monroe. Reminiscences of Autauga Rifles (Co. G., Sixth alabama Volunteer Regiment, C.S.A.) (University, AL : Confederate Publishing Co., 1985 [reprinted, microfiche; a paper read before the Historical Association, 19 Dec 1879, at Autaugaville, Alabama])
      Manuscript Resources
      • (x) Holmes, Gordon W., jr. (ed.), Letters from or to Michael and Edward Holmes, C.S.A. 1861-1865
      • Jones, Jimmy Wayne. The Sixth Alabama Infantry Regiment in the Confederate States Army. (Master's thesis, Auburn University, 1973)
      • Ross Family. Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 149
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7th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (p) Stephens, James P. If I Should Fall in Battle... The Civil War Diary of James P. Stephens (Company C, 7th Alabama Infantry). Ed. and annotated by Jack L. Dickinson. (Huntington, WV : John Deaver Drinko Academy, 2003)
      Manuscript Resources
      • Stephens, James P. Diary, 1861-1862, in Marshall University, Special Collections Dept., #703;[microfilm copy in University of Alabama Library, Hoole Alabama Collection]

8th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (p) Green, Linda L., First, for the Duration : The Story of the Eighth Alabama Infantry, C.S.A. (Westminster, MD : Heritage Books, 2008)
  • (x) Herbert, Hilary A. "Colonel Hilary A. Herbert's 'History of the Eighth Alabama Volunteer Regiment, C.S.A.'", ed. by Maurice S. Fortin, Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXXIX, no.1-4 (1977), 5-321
  • (p) Hoole, William Stanley, ed. History of the Eighth Regiment Alabama Volunteers (Infantry). (University, AL : Confederate Publishing Co., 1985) [reprint of an article first published in Perry & Smith's Directory of the City of Montgomery, Alabama (1866)]
  • (p) Jackson, William Thomas. Kiss Sweet Little Lillah for Me : Civil War Letters of William Thomas Jackson, Company A, Eighth Alabama Infantry Regiment. Ed. by Wayne Wood and Mary Virginia Jackson. (Birmingham : EBSCO Media, 2000)
  • (h) Trueheart, Charles William. Rebel brothers : the Civil War letters of the Truehearts. (College Station, TX : Texas A&M University Press, c1995)
      Manuscript Resources
      • Herbert, Hilary Abner [Col., 8th AL]. History of the 8th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment, [scrapbook, circa 1905], in Birmingham Public Library
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9th Alabama Infantry Battalion (1862)

  • (h) Inzer, John Washington. The Diary of a Confederate Soldier: John Washington Inzer, 1834-1928. Edited by Mattie Lou Teague Crow (Huntsville : Strode Publishers, 1977. For sale at the Inzer Museum, Ashville, AL)

9th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Axford, Faye Acton, ed. "To Lochaber na Mair" : Southerners View the Civil War; eyewitness accounts of soldiers on the field of battle and the loved ones they left behind beginning with the war in Virginia and the occupation of Athens, Alabama, the sense of the impermanence of 'a way of life', and ending with an account of return to a modicum of normalcy a year after Appomattox. (Athens, AL: Athens Pub. Co., n.d.)
  • (x) Hobbs, Thomas Hubbard. The journals of Thomas Hubbard Hobbs : a contemporary record of an aristocrat from Athens, Alabama, written between 1840, when the diarist was fourteen years old, and 1862, when he died serving the Confederate States of America. Ed. by Faye Acton Axford. (University : University of Alabama Press, c1976)
  • (h) McClellan, William Cowan. Welcome the hour of conflict: William Cowan McClellan and the 9th Alabama. Ed. by John C. Carter. (Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, 2007)
  • (x) Parker, Price. From Alabama to Appomattox : History of the 9th Infantry; Pictures, Complete Muster Roll. (Athens, AL : Athens News Courier, 1960 (reissued, 1969) [available at the following libraries: Auburn University; Samford University; University of Alabama; and University of North Alabama])
  • (x) Patterson, Edmund DeWitt. Yankee Rebel: The Civil War Journal of Edmund DeWitt Patterson. Edited, with an introd. by John G. Barrett. Biographical Essay by Edmund Brooks Patterson. (Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1966 [(h) reprinted, Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, 2004])
  • (x) Saunders, James Edmonds. Early Settlers of Alabama, with notes and genealogies. (Baltimore : Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982 [pp.128-171])
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10th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Barton, Michael, ed. "The end of Oden's war: a Confederate captain's diary," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XLIII, no.2 (Summer, 1981), 73-98
  • (p) McClelen, Bailey George. I Saw the Elephant : the Civil War Experiences of Bailey George McClelen, Company D, 10th Alabama Infantry Regiment. (Shippensburg, PA : Burd Street Press, 1995)
      Manuscript Resources
      • Deason, Hugh L. [Sgt., Co. "B"]. Emily S. York Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 54
      • (x) King, Irene. Company G of the Tenth Alabama Regiment during the War Between the States. (Typescript, 6 leaves, Jacksonville, AL, 1937; in Tutwiler Collection, Birmingham Public Library)
      • Weissinger, Ira Harrison. The Tenth Alabama Infantry Regiment in the Confederate States Army. (Master's thesis, Auburn University, 1961.)
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11th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Clark, George. A Glance backward, or, some events in the past history of my life. (Houston : Press of Rein & Sons, 1914)
  • (h) Griffin, Ronald G. The 11th Alabama Volunteer Regiment in the Civil War. (Jefferson, NC : McFarland & Co., 2008)
  • (s) Porter, Benjamin Franklin. Prey [sic] for us all: the war letters of Benjamin Franklin Porter, 11th Alabama. Ed. by Ellen Williams. ([Leroy, AL: Ellen Williams, 2006])

  •            Manuscript Resources
      • Morgan, William Carr [Pvt., Co. "A"] Diary [partial]. Mobile Press Register, 13 May 1934.
      • Croom, Cicero Stephens [Pvt., Co. "B"] Family Papers. University of South Alabama Archives, Mobile..                       
   
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12th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Crow, William Harrison. When I think of home : the Civil War letters of William Harrison "Tip" Crow, comp. by DeWayne R. Welborn. (Owasso, OK : Welborn, 1996)
  • Park, Robert Emory. "Diary of Robert E. Park," in Southern Historical Society Papers, I (1876), 370-86, 430-437; II (1876), 25-31, 78-85, 173-180, 232-239, 306-315; III (1877), 43-46, 55-61, 127-127, 183-189, 244-254; XXVI (1898), 1-31
  • Park, Robert Emory. "Rodes' Brigade at Seven Pines," in Land We Love. (Charlotte, NC), IV (1867/68), 389-391
  • (p) -----. Sketch of the Twelfth Alabama Infantry of Battle's Brigade, Rodes Division, Early's Corps, of the Army of Northern Virginia. (Richmond : William Ellis Jones, printer, 1906 [reprinted, Clearwater, SC : Eastern Digital Resources, 1998])
  • (p) Wood, Wayne. The Marble Valley Boys. (Birmingham : Banner Press, 1986)
      Manuscript Resources
      • Wright, George Washington [2nd Lt., Co. "F"]. John Peavy Wright Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 745
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13th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Bird, W. H. Stories of the Civil War. (Columbiana : Advocate Print, no date) [includes Co. "C" muster roll] [reprinted, in microfiche]
  • Burns, Hobert W. Joseph Calhoun Burns and the 13th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment. (Palo Alto, CA: H. W. Burns, 1985) the Battle of Sharpsburg
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14th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Hurst, Marshall B. History of the Fourteenth Regiment Alabama Volunteers : with a list of the names of every man that ever belonged to the regiment. (Richmond : 1863 [Another edition, Dadevile, AL : Press of Spot Cash, no date] [reprinted, University, AL : Confederate Publishing Co., 1982; reprinted, Paint Rock, AL : Paint Rock River Press, 2002])
      Manuscript Resources
      • Ross Family. Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 149
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15th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Boyd, Casper. "Casper W. Boyd, Company I, 15th Alabama Infantry, C.S.A. A casualty of the battle of Cross Keys, Virginia. His last letters written home," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXIII, no.3-4 (Fall-Winter, 1961), 291-299
  • (x) Cody, Barnett Hardeman. "Letters of Barnett Hardeman Cody and others,1861-1864," in Georgia Historical Quarterly, XXIII (1939), 265-299, 362-380
  • (x) Ellison, Joseph M. "War letters (1862)," in Georgia Historical Quarterly, XLVIII (June 1964), 229-238
  • "Historical memoranda concerning: 15th Alabama Infantry, C.S.A.," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXI, no.1-4 (1959), 117-121
  • Houghton, Mitchell Bennett. From the beginning until now. (Montgomery : 1914)
  • Houghton, William Robert, and Houghton, Mitchell B. Two boys in the Civil War and after. (Montgomery : Paragon Press, 1912 [reprinted, Narrative Press, 2004])
  • (x) Jordan, William C. Some events and incidents during the Civil War. (Montgomery : Paragon Press, 1909)
  • (x) LaFantasie, Glenn W. "The Other Man," in MHQ, V (Summer, 1993), 69-75
  • Lary, Samuel D. "Sam Lary's 'Scraps from my knapsack,'" in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XVIII, no.4 (Winter, 1956), 499-525
  • (p) McClendon, William Augustus. Recollections of war times, by an old veteran while under Stonewall Jackson and Lieutenant General James Longstreet. How I got in and how I got out. (Montgomery : Paragon Press, 1909 [reprinted, Carrollton, MS : Pioneer Pub Co., 1997; reprinted, microfiche])
  • (h) Miller, Rex. The fighting Fifteenth : a regimental history of the Fifteenth Alabama Infantry, CSA (1861-1865). ( Round Rock, TX : Patrex Press, c2001.)
  • Oates, William C. "Gettysburg, the battle on the right," in Southern Historical Society Papers, VI (1878) 172-182
  • (h) Oates, William C. The War between the Union and the Confederacy and its lost opportunities, with a history of the 15th Alabama regiment and the forty-eight battles in which it was engaged. (New York : Neale Pub. Co., 1905 [reprinted, Dayton, OH : Morningside Press, 1985; reprinted, microfiche])
  • Tucker, Phillip Thomas. Storming Little Round Top : the 15th Alabama and their Fight for the High Ground, July 2, 1863. (Cambridge, MA. : Da Capo ; London : Eurospan, 2002)
  • Youngblood, William. "Unwritten history of the Gettysburg campaign," in Southern Historical Society Papers, XXXVIII (1910), 312-318
      Manuscript Resources
      • Park Family Papers, [Frank Park, Capt., Co. "I"] Special Collections Department, Robert W. Woodruff Library, Emory University, MSS397
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16th Alabama Infantry Regiment

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17th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Crenshaw, Edward. "Diary of Captain Edward Crenshaw, [title varies slightly]" in Alabama Historical Quarterly, I, no.3 (Fall, 1930), 261-270; I, no. 4 (Winter, 1930), 438-452; II, no.1 (Spring, 1940), 52-71; II, no.2 (Summer, 1940), 221-238; II, no.3 (Fall, 1940), 365-385; II, no.4 (Winter, 1940), 465-482
  • (h) Thompson, Illene D. The Seventeenth Alabama Infantry : a Regimental History and Roster. (Bowie, MD : Heritage Books, 2001)
  • (x) Thompson, Illene D., and Wilbur E. Pvt. James A. Thompson : a Confederate soldier, Co. C, 17th Alabama Regiment, Butler Co., Alabama : Journey to Egypt Station. (Huntsville, AL : I. D. and W. E. Thompson, 1997)
      Manuscript Resources
      • McMillan, William Wallace [Capt.] The Civil War journal of Captain William Wallace McMillan, MD : an account of life in the deep South from 17 May 1859 to 10 September 1867, in Samford University Library, Special Collections
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18th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (h) Inzer, John Washington. The Diary of a Confederate Soldier: John Washington Inzer, 1834-1928. Ed. by Mattie Lou Teague Crow (Huntsville : Strode Publishers, 1977. For sale at the Inzer Museum, Ashville, AL)
  • (x) Jones, Edgar W. "History of the 18th Alabama Infantry Regiment," in Jones Valley Times, (1904-1905) [reprinted, Mountain Brook, AL : Z. Geier, 1994]
  • (h) Morel, William Moxley. "Oh, What a Loansome Time I Had" : The Civil War Letters of Maj. William Morel Moxley, Eighteenth Alabama Infantry, and Emily Beck Moxley, ed. by Thomas W. Cutrer (Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, 2002)
  • Pulcrano, C. David A., ed.History of the Eighteenth Alabama Infantry Regiment. (Birmingham : C.D.A. Pulcrano, 1994)
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19th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Company roll and a brief history of the war record of Company I, 19th Regiment Alabama Volunteers, C.S.A. (1905?)
  • Roll and history of Company C, Nineteenth Alabama Regiment. (1904 [Report from annual unit reunion])
  • (p) They bore every burden : history of the 19th Alabama Regiment, Army of Tennessee, C.S.A. 3rd ed. (Madison, AL : R.W. Smart, 1998 [1st edition bore title: Richard W. Smart. History of the 19th Alabama Regiment, Army of Tennessee, C.S.A. Madison, AL, 1991.)
  • Vann, Samuel King. "Most lovely Lizzie" : love letters of a young Confederate soldier. (Birmingham : 1958)
      Manuscript Resources
      • Greene, Julius C. [Co. "C"]. Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 124
      • Greene, Julius C. Reminiscence of Julius C. Greene. (ca. 1935; mss, University of Alabama Libraries, Hoole Alabama Collection; carbon in Tutwiler Collection, Birmingham Public Library)
      • Westbrook, Jack, ed. Nineteenth Alabama Infantry Regiment, Army of the Confederate States of America. (1912; typescript, Cherokee County Library, Centre, AL)
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20th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) James, Jasper E. Letters from a Civil War Soldier. Ed. by Vera Dockery Elkins. (New York : Vantage Press, 1969)
  • (x) Williams, Hattie Eunice. A brief history of Company C, 20th Alabama Regiment of the War between the States (Birmingham, AL; 193?)
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21st Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (p) Green, Arthur E. Mobile Confederates, from Shiloh to Spanish Fort : the Story of the 21st Alabama Infantry Volunteers ; 21st Alabama Infantry Volunteers CSA Abstracted Service Records (Westminster, MD : Heritage Books, 2012)
  • (x) Schultz, Larry A., comp. The Twenty-first Alabama Regiment Volunteers : History, Chronology of Events, and Rosters of the Original Members (Mobile, AL : 1996)
  • (h) James M. Williams From that terrible field: the letters of James M. Williams, Twenty-First Alabama Infantry Volunteers, ed. by John Kent Folmar. (University : University of Alabama Press, 1981)
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23rd Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • Reid, George E. Thrilling reminiscences, facts and experiences of Lieut. Geo. E. Reid, Company F., 23rd Regiment Alabama Volunteers in the Civil War, from 1861 to 1865. (Greenville, Ala., Advocate Job Print., 18??) [reprinted: Tuscaloosa, AL: Hugh T. Terry, 1996]
  • Wilkins, Sanders Newton, ed. The Biography of William Wilkins, sr. (Exeter, CA : Exeter Press, 1922)
      Manuscript Resources
      • Cope, Donald Ansley. The Twenty-third Alabama Infantry Regiment in the Confederate States Army. (Master's thesis, Auburn University, 1968)
      • Norman, James T. Family Papers, in Emory University, Archives and Special Collections Division, MSS756
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24th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • Davis, Newton N., "Confederate letters," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XVIII, no.4 (Winter, 1956), 605-610
  • (x) Outlaw, Perry, "James Shelton Dickinson and the Dickinson Guards of Clarke County, Alabama," in Clarke County Historical Society Quarterly, 20, no. 2 (Fall, 1995), 11-27
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25th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Henderson, Harvey Hobbs. Wilie Hill Pope (1816-1874) Columbiana, Shelby County, Alabama, captain, Confederate States Army commanding Company "C", the "Shelby Confederates", 25th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Sep 1, 1861 to Jan 1, 1863, Company "B", 3rd Alabama Regiment--Confederate Reserves Apr 15, 1864 to Jun 6, 1865. (El Cajon, CA : H. H. Henderson, 1995)
  • Howell, Wilson Park History of the 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment, 1861-1865 : a narrative. Comp. and ed. by Steven L. Driskell, (1997 [from a manuscript in the GA Dept of Archives and History])
  • (x) Moore, William H. "Writing home to Talladega : a young lieutenant's letters to a girl in Alabama ...", in Civil War Times Illustrated, XXVIII (Nov.-Dec., 1990), 56, 71-74, 76-78
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27th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Barnard, Harry Vollie. Tattered volunteers : the Twenty-seventh Alabama Infantry Regiment, C.S.A. (Northport, AL : Hermitage Press, 1965) [includes muster roll]
  • (cd) Cannon, Jabez P. Inside of Rebeldom, the daily life of a private in the Confederate Army. (Washington : National Tribune, 1900 [reprinted])
  • (h) Cannon, Jabez P. Bloody banners and barefoot boys : a history of the 27th Regiment Alabama Infantry, CSA. Ed. by Noel Crowson and John V. Brogden. (Shippensburg, PA : Burd Street Press, 1997) [contains muster roll]
  • (x) Miller, Rex. 27th Alabama Infantry Regiment C.S.A. (1861-1865) : Muster Roll taken from the National Archives' Microfilm Roll and Harry V. Barnard's "Tattered Volunteers" (Privately published)
      Manuscript Resources
      • Bolding, James Tarpley, jr. [1st Sgt., Co. "B"] Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 860
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28th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • Allardice, Bruce S. More Generals in Gray. (Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, 1995 [pp. 194-196 includes biography of Gen'l John Coleman Reid, commander of the 28th])
  • (x) Brown, Francis Pounds, "I. W. McAdory and the Jonesboro Volunteers, Company H, 28th Alabama Regiment, Confederate States Army," in Journal of the Birmingham Historical Society, III (January, 1962), 1-13.
  • (h) Callaway, Joshua K. The Civil War Letters of Joshua K. Callaway, ed. by Judith Lee Hallock. (Athens, GA : University of Georgia Press, 1997)
  • (x) Varnon, R. Andrew. Grandpa and the Alabama 28th. (Alabama? : s. n., 1988)
  • (p) Walker, James H., and Robert Curren. Those Gallant men of the Twenty-Eighth Alabama Confederate infantry Regiment. (Bowie, MD : Heritage Books, 1997)
      Manuscript Resources
      • McAdory, I. W. [Co. "H"]. Papers, [includes muster roll], in Birmingham Public Library
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29th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Zorn, William A. Hold at all hazards : the story of the 29th Alabama Infantry Regiment, 1861-1865. (Jesup, GA : W. A. Zorn, 1987)
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30th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Kelly, William Milner. "A history of the Thirtieth Alabama Volunteers (infantry) Confederate States Army," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, IX, no.1 (Spring, 1947), 115-189 [originally: MA thesis, University of Alabama, 1927]
  • Stephens, Larry D. Bound for Glory : A History of the 30th Alabama Infantry Regiment, C.S.A. Ann Arbor, MI : Sheridan Press, 2005
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31st Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (h) Hundley, Daniel Robinson. Prison Echoes of the Great Rebellion. (New York : S.W. Green, 1874 [reprinted, Round Rock, TX : Patrex Press, 1992])
  • (h) Miller, Rex. Hundley's Ragged Volunteers : a Day-by-Day Account of the 31st Alabama Infantry Regiment, CSA (1861-1865) (Depew, NY : Patrex Press, 1991)
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32nd Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (h) Inzer, John Washington. The Diary of a Confederate Soldier: John Washington Inzer, 1834-1928. Edited by Mattie Lou Teague Crow (Huntsville : Strode Publishers, 1977. For sale at the Inzer Museum, Ashville, AL)
      Manuscript Resources
      • Boswell Family. Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 11
      • Smith, J. Morgan [1st Lt., Co. "F"]. Correspondence, 19 Sept 1861-23 Sept 1864, (86 leaves, in Tutwiler Collection, Birmingham Public Library)
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33rd Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (h) Jackson, Alto Loftin, ed. So mourns the dove : Letters of a Confederate Infantryman [Benjamin Franklin Jackson] and his family. (New York : Exposition Press, 1965)
  • (x) Milner, Willis Julian. "The Autobiography of Willis Julian Milner," ed. and annotated by Lyn Johns, in The Journal of the Birmingham Historical Society, V, no. 1 (Jan 1977), 5-27
  • (x) Preston, W. E. "Memories of the War," in Confederate Reminiscences and Letters, 1861-1865, XIV (2000), 143-152
  • (p) Williams, L. B. A sketch of the 33rd Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment and its role in Cleburne's elite division of the Army of Tennessee, 1862-1865 (Auburn, AL : L.B. Williams, 1990; rev. ed., 1998)
      Manuscript Resources
      • Bigbee, Thomas T. [Sgt., Co. "G"] Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 10
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34th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Cadenhead, I. B., "Some Confederate letters of I. B. Cadenhead, Co. H, 34th Alabama infantry regiment," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XVIII, no.4 (Winter, 1956), 564-71
  • (x) Maxwell, James Robert. Autobiography of James Robert Maxwell of Tuscaloosa, Alabam[a] (New York : 1926)
  • (p) Warrick, Thomas. "I Have Seen the Monkey Show" : the Civil War Letters of Thomas Warrick of the 34th Alabama Volunteer Infantry, Including a History of the Regiment as it Related to my Family History. Elaine Hendricks, ed. (Dadeville, AL: Elaine Hendricks, 2004)
      Manuscript Resources
      • Crittenden, John [1st Sgt., Co. "E"]. Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 765 [a collection of these letters was compiled for a college course and titled: Civil War Letters, John Crittenden, 34th Alabama Regiment to his wife Bettie Browning Crittenden, 1835-1864]
      • Galloway, Armstead L. [Co. "E"]. Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 780
      • Mitchell, James B. [1st Lt., Co. "B"]. Papers, in Library of Congress
      • Olivers, William G. [2nd Lt., Co. "C"]. Papers, in Birmingham Public Library
      • (x) Tilley, Kenneth Eric. History of the Thirty-fourth Alabama Infantry Regiment. (Master's thesis, Virginia State University, 1994)
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35th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (p) Banning, Leroy F.. Regimental History of the 35th Alabama Infantry, 1862-1865. (Bowie, MD : Heritage Books, 1999)
  • (p) Cantrell, Gene. Thirty-fifth Alabama Infantry : "LaGrange College's Own", a Regimential [sic] History During Service of the Thirty-fifth Alabama in the War of Succession 1861-1865 (Sherman, TX : Privately published, 1996)
  • (x) Goodloe, Albert Theodore . Confederate Echoes : A Voice from the South in the Days of Secession and of the Southern Confederacy. (Nashville : Publishing House of the M.E. Church, South, 1907 [reprinted as Confederate echoes : a soldier's personal story of life in the Confederate Army from the Mississippi to the Carolinas. Washington, DC : Zenger Pub. Co., 1983])
  • -----. Some Rebel relics from the seat of war. (Nashville : Printed for the author, 1893)
  • (p) Harmon, J. W. A Narrative from an Old Confederate. (Privately Printed, 1974 [Original located in Tennessee State Library and Archives, Mss Division, Box 13, Folder 6; reprinted, Journal of Muscle Shoals History, 15 (1999), 10-36])
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36th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Hoole, William Stanley. A historical sketch of the Thirty-sixth Alabama Infantry Regiment, 1862-1865 (University, AL : Confederate Publishing Co., 1986)
  • (x) McInnis, Victor L., "The Men of the 36th Alabama would find both tedium and glory in their three years of service," in America's Civil War, IX, no. 5 (1 Nov 1996)
  • Wright, James W. A., "Bragg's campaign around Chattanooga," in Southern Bivouac, new series, II (1886/87), 461-8, 543-9; and his "War prisons and poetry," in Southern Bivouac, new series, I (1885/86), 716-22; new series, II (1886-87), 344-8
    • Manuscript Resources
      • Dubose, John Witherspoon and Joel Dubose. Clayton's Brigade, in Alabama Department of Archives and History
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37th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Culpepper, C. C. The Alabama 37th Regiment of Volunteer Infantry, Confederate States of America. (1996)
  • McPherson, Benjamin F. I must tell : an autobiography : Benjamin F. McPherson, 1825-1909, Leonard L. Blanton, Jessie E. Summers, and Carl Summers, Jr., eds. (Valley, AL : Chattahoochee Valley Historical Society, c1998)
  • (h) Miller, Rex. Dowdell's volunteers (Depew, NY : Patrex Press, 1992)
  • (x) Thornton, Harry Innes, "Recollections of the war by a Confederate officer from California," in Southern California Quarterly, XLV (1963), 195-218
      Manuscript Resources
      • Denny, David [Sgt., Co. "B"]. Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 209
      • Dunaway Family. Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 465
      • Whitby, Thomas Porter [Co. "D"]. Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 63
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38th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (h) Green, Arthur E. Southerners at War : The 38th Alabama Infantry Volunteers. (Shippensburg, PA : White Mane, 1999.)
  • (x) Partin, Robert, "An Alabama Confederate soldier's report [Hiram Talbert Holt] to his wife," in Alabama Review, III, no.1 (January, 1950), 22-35
  • (x) -----, "A Confederate sergeant's report [Hiram Talbert Holt] to his wife during the bombardment of Fort Pillow," in Tennessee Historical Quarterly, XV (September, 1956), 243-255
  • (x) -----, "A Confederate sergeant's report [Hiram Talbert Holt] to his wife during the campaign from Tullahoma to Dalton," in Tennessee Historical Quarterly, XII (December, 1953), 291-308
  • (x) -----, "'The momentous events' of the Civil War as reported by a Confederate private-sergeant [Hiram Talbert Holt]," in Tennessee Historical Quarterly, XVIII (March, 1959), 69-86
  • (x) -----, "'The money matters' of a Confederate soldier [Hiram Talbert Holt]," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXV, no.1-2 (Spring-Summer, 1963), 49-69
  • (x) -----, "The sustaining faith of an Alabama soldier," in Civil War History, VI (December, 1963), 425-438
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39th Alabama Infantry Regiment

      Manuscript Resources
      • Walker, Henry James. Henry Delamar Clayton, secessionist, soldier, redeemer. (PhD thesis, University of Alabama, 1995)

40th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (p) Blomquist, Ann Kicker. The 40th Alabama Infantry, Confederate States of America. (Orlando, FL : A.K. Blomquist, 1997)
  • (x) Curry, John H. "A history of Company B, 40th Alabama Infantry, C.S.A., from the diary of John H. Curry," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XVII, no.3 (Fall, 1955), 159-222
  • Moore, John. "Letters from Johnson's Island Prison, 1864," ed. by William Stanley Hoole, in Alabama Review, XII, no.3 (July, 1959), 222-233
  • Spell, Mrs. T. R. Pages from history & the men from Pickens County who wore the gray. (Gordo, AL : Printed by Herbert L. Geer, [19--])
  • (p) Sprott, Samuel H. Cush : a Civil War memoir, ed. by Louis R. Smith and Andrew Quist. (Livingston, AL : Livingston Press at the University of West Alabama, 1999)
  • (h) Taylor, Grant. This Cruel war : the Civil War letters of Grant and Malinda Taylor, 1862-1865. Ed. by Ann K. Blomquist and Robert A. Taylor. (Macon, GA : Mercer Univ. Press, 2000)
  • (x) Willett, Elbert Decatur. History of Company B (originally Pickens Planters), 40th Alabama Regiment, Confederate States Army, 1862 to 1865. (Anniston, AL : Norwood, 1902 [reprinted, Northport : Colonial Press, 1963])
  • (h) Wynne, Lewis N., and Robert A. Taylor [eds.] This war so horrible : the Civil War diary of Hiram Smith Williams. (Tuscaloosa and London : University of Alabama Press, 1993)
      Manuscript Resources
      • Meriwether, John Samuel, Papers, in Emory University, Archives and Special Collections, MSS253
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41st Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (h) Berry, Walter Leslie, jr., and Marion Drust Berry. The 41st Alabama Confederate Infantry Regiment. (Midland, MI: Marion Drust Berry, 2006)
  • (h) Morales, William R. The 41st Alabama Infantry Regiment, Confederate States of America : A Narrative History of a Civil War Regiment from West Central Alabama (Wyandotte, OK : Gregath Pub. Co., 2001)
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42nd Alabama Infantry Regiment

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43rd Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • Fowler, Delanta G. The Alabama Forty-third Infantry : a short narrative of their Civil War experiences. (Birmingham : [The Author], 1981)
  • (h) Green, Art. Gracie's Pride: The 43rd Alabama Infantry Volunteers. (Shippensburg, PA: Burd Street Press, 2001)
  • Moore, Glover. William Jemison Mims, soldier and squire. (Birmingham, 1966)
      Manuscript Resources
      • Lee, James H., Papers, in Emory University, Archives and Special Collections, MSS069
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44th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (p) Boyd, Charles E. The devil's den: a history of the 44th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Confederate States Army, 1862-1865. (Birmingham, AL : Banner Press, 1987)
  • (x) Goodson, Joab. "The letters of Captain Joab Goodson, 1862-64," in Alabama Review, pt. 1, X, no.2 (April, 1957), 126-153; pt. 2, X, no.3 (July, 1957), 215-31
  • (x) Little, Robert H. A year of starvation and plenty; or, how a Confederate soldier suffered from hunger and cruelty in a prison of war during the awful days of the sixties. (Belton, TX [reprinted, Waco, TX : Texian Press, 1966])
  • (x) -----. Soldier and Prisoner : Two Confederate Memoirs by Robert H. Little. John E. Woods, ed. (N.p. : n.d.)
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45th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Cadenhead, I. B., "Some Confederate letters of I. B. Cadenhead, Co. H, 34th Alabama infantry regiment," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XVIII, no.4 (Winter, 1956), 564-71
  • (x) Horn, Robert. Men of the 45th Alabama Infantry Regiment, CSA (Auburn, AL : Privately published, 1967 [Its 106 pp. are more a register of troops than a narrative history. There are copies at Auburn University, Ozark Public Library, Samford University, Birmingham, and the University of Alabama (OCLC # 6405607)])
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46th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • Taylor, A. Reed. "The war history of two soldiers [John F. Brobst, 25th WI; William A. Stephens, 46th AL] : a two-sided view of the Civil War," in Alabama Review, XXIII, no.2 (April, 1970), 83-109
  • (p) Brewer, George Evans. History of the Forty-Sixth Alabama Regiment Volunteer Infantry, 1862-1865. (University, AL : Confederate Pub. Co., 1985) [contains muster roll]
      Manuscript Resources
      • Stephens, William Anderson, Papers, in Emory University Library, Archives and Special Collections, MSS324
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47th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • Botsford, Theophilus F. A boy in the Civil War, 7th ed. (Montgomery : Paragon Press, 1914)
  • Botsford, Theophilus F. Memories of the War of Secession. (Montgomery : Paragon Press, 1911)
  • Botsford, Theophilus F. A sketch of the 47th Alabama regiment volunteers, C.S.A. (Montgomery : Paragon Press, 1909)
  • (x) Bruner, Gary P. "Up Over Big Round Top: The Forgotten 47th Alabama", in Gettysburg Magazine, No .22 (January 2000), pp.6-22
  • Burton, Joseph Q. Forty-seventh regiment Alabama volunteers, C.S.A., by Captain J. Q. Burton, commanding Company H. A historical sketch covering the time from muster in to muster out. (n.p., n.d.) [original mss in Auburn University, Special Collections and Archives Dept., RG 159]
  • (x) Burton, Joseph Q., and Theophilus F. Botsford. Historical Sketches of the Forty-Seventh Alabama Infantry Regiment, C.S.A., ed. by William Stanley Hoole. (University, AL : Confederate Publishing Co., 1982 [Reprint of the Botsford and Burton volumes, above])
  • (x) Campbell, James McDonald. Civil War letters of James McDonald Campbell : of the 47th Alabama Infantry Regiment, with a brief sketch of his life. (1970?)
      Manuscript Resources
      • Crowder, James Preston, Papers, in Emory University, Archives and Special Collections, MSS321
      • Howell, Joshua, Papers, in Confederate Research Cener, Hill College, Hillsboro, TX
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48th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (h) Price, Joshua Glenn. The Forty-eighth Alabama Infantry Regiment, C.S.A., 1862-65. (Joshua Glenn Price, 2010)
  • (p) Taylor, John Dykes. History of the 48th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment, C.S.A. (University, AL : Confederate Pub. Co., 1985)
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49th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • Sulzby, James Frederick. Johnson's Island reflections : a paper on the confederate prison at Johnson's Island, Ohio. (Birmingham : R.W. Beeson, 1988)
  • Taylor, Thomas J. "'An extraordinary perseverance'; the journal of Capt. Thomas J. Taylor, C.S.A.," ed. by Lillian Taylor Wall and Robert M. McBride, in Tennessee Historical Quarterly, XXXI (Winter, 1972), 328-359
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50th [26th-50th] Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • Nixon, Liberty Independence. "An Alabaman at Shiloh : The diary of Liberty Independence Nixon," ed. by Hugh C. Bailey, in Alabama Review, XI, no.2 (April, 1958), 144-55
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54th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • Hadaway, Claude Lee. "'With loyalty and honor as a patriot' : recollections of a Confederate soldier," ed. by Royce Shingleton, in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXXIII, no.3-4 (Fall-Winter, 1971), 240-263
  • Stanley, William Martin. The Stanley Letters. Rev. ed., comp. by M. K. Haynes and James Wilkins. (Tyler, TX : 1965)
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55th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (h) Miller, Rex. The forgotten regiment : a day-by-day account of the 55th Alabama Infantry Regiment, CSA (1861-1865) (Williamsville, NY : Patrex Press, c1984) [Includes muster roll]
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57th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Murphree, Joel Dyer. "Autobiography and Civil War letters of Joel Dyer Murphree of Troy, Alabama, 1864-1865," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XIX, no.1 (Spring, 1957), 170-208
  • Stanley, William Martin. The Stanley Letters, comp. by M. K. Haynes and James Wilkins. (Tyler, TX : 1965 [rev. ed.; 3rd ed., 1979])
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58th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (h) Inzer, John Washington. The Diary of a Confederate Soldier: John Washington Inzer, 1834-1928. Edited by Mattie Lou Teague Crow (Huntsville : Strode Publishers, 1977. For sale at the Inzer Museum, Ashville, AL)
  • Thornton, Harry I. "Recollection of the war by a Confederate officer from California," in Southern California Quarterly, 49 (1963), 195-218
      Manuscript Resources
      • Robinson, J. S. E. Experience-observations of J.S.E. Robinson, Private, Co. G, 58th Ala. volunteers : remenisence [sic] of the War between the States. [typescript copy at Auburn University, Montgomery, AL]
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59th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Barrow, James Heath. Word from Camp Pollard, C.S.A. ed. by William H. Davidson. (West Point, GA : Davidson, 1978)
  • (h) Burton, John Michael. Gracie's Alabama Volunteers : the History of the Fifty-ninth Alabama Volunteer Regiment. (Gretna, LA : Pelican Publishing Co., 2003)
      Manuscript Resources
      • McLean, Horace [Co. "K"]. Papers, 1862-1881, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections, RG 679
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60th Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Johnston, George T. "Dieary of George T. Johnston, Pvt. Company F 60th Alabama," in Confederate Reminiscences and Letters, 1861-1865, XIV (2000), 31-50
  • (h) Shaver, Lewellyn A. A History of the Sixtieth Alabama Regiment, Gracie's Alabama Brigade. (Montgomery : Barrett and Brown, 1867 [reprinted, microfiche; reprinted, Gaithersburg, MD : Butternut Press, n.d.])
      Manuscript Resources
      • Mason, Benjamin [Co. "F"]. Papers, in Auburn University, Archives and Special Collections Dept., RG 48
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61st Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (x) Barrow, James Heath. Word from Camp Pollard, C.S.A. ed. by William H. Davidson. (West Point, GA : Davidson, c1978)
  • Philpot, William Henry. Unique bits of history and true retrospections. (W.H. Philpot, c1983)
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62nd Alabama Infantry Regiment

      Manuscript Resources
      • Sterrett, R. H. [2nd Lt., Co. "C"]. Papers, in Birmingham Public Library
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63rd Alabama Infantry Regiment

  • (p) Green, Arthur E. Too Little Too Late : Compiled Military Service Records of the 63rd Alabama Infantry CSA with Rosters of Some Companies of the 89th, 94th and 95th Alabama Militia CSA. (Bowie, MD : Heritage Books, 2001)
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