The Barry Report

The following sources were consulted for or cited in this report

  1. "Roll of Honor. Names of Soldiers who Died in Defense of the American Union." Volumes I-XXVII. US Government Printing Office. Washington, DC. 1865-1868. Reprinted 1994 by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1001 N. Calvert Street. Baltimore, MD 21202. (Santa Maria Public Library. Santa Maria, CA 93454)

  2. "Evolution of the National Cemetery System" 1865-1880 US Quartermaster Foundation.

  3. "The Graves Registration Service in World War II" By Edward Steele. Q. M. C. Historical Studies No. 21. Pages 3-10. Historical Section. Office of the Quartermaster General 1951. United States Government Printing Office 1951.

  4. "Vermont in the Great Rebellion" Otis F. R. Waite. 1869

  5. U.S. Civil War Center. Chalmette Cemetery (Union).

  6. "National Cemeteries and War Veterans Burials."

  7. "Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System.

  8. Andersonville Prisoners.

  9. "Men of Vermont in Confederate Prisons." A compilation by Rosa Goodrich. This book contains a list of prisoners in Andersonville, GA, Salisbury, SC, Charleston, SC, and Florence, SC compiled by Ellery Webster who was himself a prisoner. The book also includes the Vermont portion of the "Atwater List" Which is the most complete list of prisoners who died at Andersonville

  10. "History and Development of the National Cemetery Administration." Department of Veteran's Affairs. National Cemetery Administration.

  11. Revised Roster of Vermont Volunteers. Vermonters who served in the Army and Navy of the United States During the War of the Rebellion, 1861-66. Theodore S. Peck. Adjutant General. Montpelier, Vermont, 1892.

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