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Vertical Files: 1st Vermont Cavalry. (Source: GNMP)

Vertical Files; Participant Accounts: Wells, William. (Source: GNMP)

Vertical Files; Vermont Troops: General Information. (Source: GNMP)

Allen, Richard H. Ambition and Grit: the Life of Truman Naramore, Civil War Veteran and Entrepreneur (Independent Publisher, 2015) (Source: VHS)

Bachelder, John B. Gettysburg Papers. New Hampshire Historical Society. (Source: )

Bancroft, Smiley. Family papers, letters, deeds, accounts, receipts, diaries of Smiley Bancroft of East Calais, Vt., 1840-1897. (Source: VHS)

Benedict, George Grenville. Vermont at Gettysburg: A Sketch of the Part Taken by Vermont Troops in the Battle of Gettysburg. Burlington: Free Press, 1870. (Source: Google)

Benedict, George Grenville. The battle of Gettysburgh, and the part taken therein by Vermont troops. Burlington, Free Press Print, 1867. (Source: UVM, Auburn, BU, Harvard, Stanford)

Blaisdell, Luman. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Blinn, Charles H. Papers. (Source: UVM)

Buckham, Matthew. "Discourse, Commerative (sic) of Capt. John W. Woodward, 1st Vermont Cavalry Who Fell Near Hagerstown, Md. July 6th, 1863." Burlington, Vt.: 1863. (Dornbusch IV VT.-574). (Source: )

Burnham, Philander. Diary (1864) (Source: VHS)

Busey, John W. These Honored Dead: The Union Casualties at Gettysburg. Hightstown, NJ; Longstreet House, 1996. (Source: NSYL, Yale)

Carleton, Hiram. Genealogical and Family History of the State of Vermont. New York: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1903. (Source: various)

Chapin, Charles B. Diary (1 Jan - 30 Dec 1864). (Source: USAMHI)

Chapin, Charles B. Letters (16 Oct 1862 - 20 Jan 1864). (Source: USAMHI)

Chapin, Charles B. Letter, 1865, quoting from his diary. (Source: VHS)

Cheney, Perley C. J. Letter. (Source: UVM)

Cheney, Thomas C. Vermont at Gettysburg, July 1863 and 50 Years Later. Rutland, Vt.: Marble City Press, 1914. (Source: VHS)

Cheney, Thomas C., and Frank Kenfield. Vermont at Gettysburg: July 1863 and Fifty Years Later. Ann Arbor, MI: Univ Microfilms, 1971. 53 p. Reprint of 1914 ed. (Source: VHS)

Childs, George T. Addresses before the Reunion Society of Vermont. Officers and the First Vermont Cavalry Reunion Society, Nov. 4th and 5th, 1874.Burlington: Free Press steam job printing house, 1874. (Source: UVM, BCMA, LOC)

Collea, Joseph D. The First Vermont Cavalry in the Civil War: A History. (McFarland (December 23, 2009) (Source: VHS)

Cook, John. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Cowles, Charles Chandler. Diary, 1864. Military Records Collections, Vermont Public Records Division, Middlesex, Vt. Microfilm, Reel F2849 (Source: VMRP)

Crosby, George Robert. Diaries. (Source: VHS)

Cummings, William G. "Six Months in the Third Cavalry Division Under Custer." In War Sketches and Incidents (MOLLUS, IA, Vol. 1). Des Moines: Kenyon, 1893. (Source: MOLLUS)

Daniels, William. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Davis, Cameron and Albert Drury. The better part of Valor: Albert Drury and his 1st Vermont Cavalry in the Civil War's eastern campaign. Privately printed. 1995. (Source: UVM)

Dillingham, Paul. "Report On the National Cemetery at Gettysburg," State of Vermont Legislative Document No. 1., Message and Documents, 1864, containing the Governor's Message to the General Assembly of Vermont, October Session, 1864 and appended reports. Montpelier: Walton's Steam Press. (Source: )

Dodge, Prentiss C., "Bell, Charles James," Encyclopedia Vermont Biography, Burlington, Vt.: Ullery Publishing Co., 1912 (Source: google)

Dodge, Prentiss C., "Cota, Charles Henry," Encyclopedia Vermont Biography, Burlington, Vt.: Ullery Publishing Co., 1912 (Source: google)

Dodge, Prentiss C., "Goodrich, John Ellsworth," Encyclopedia Vermont Biography, Burlington, Vt.: Ullery Publishing Co., 1912 (Source: google)

Dodge, Prentiss C., "Grout, Josiah," Encyclopedia Vermont Biography, Burlington, Vt.: Ullery Publishing Co., 1912 (Source: google)

Dodge, Prentiss C., "Grout, William W.," Encyclopedia Vermont Biography, Burlington, Vt.: Ullery Publishing Co., 1912 (Source: google)

Dodge, Prentiss C., "Meigs, Henry Benjamin," Encyclopedia Vermont Biography, Burlington, Vt.: Ullery Publishing Co., 1912 (Source: google)

Dodge, Prentiss C., "Stevens, Jonas T.," Encyclopedia Vermont Biography, Burlington, Vt.: Ullery Publishing Co., 1912 (Source: google)

Dodge, Prentiss C., "Walker, Daniel Chase," Encyclopedia Vermont Biography, Burlington, Vt.: Ullery Publishing Co., 1912 (Source: google)

Dodge, Prentiss C., "Wheeler, Henry Orson," Encyclopedia Vermont Biography, Burlington, Vt.: Ullery Publishing Co., 1912 (Source: google)

Donnelly, Brooks. Charles Henry Blinn: the life and times of a Vermont soldier. , 1999. (Source: UVM)

Drury, Albert Hollenbeck. The Better Part of Valor: Albert Drury and his 1st Vermont Cavalry in the Civil War's Eastern Campaign. Privately published by the family. 1995. (Source: UVM)

Dufur, Simon Miltimore. Over the Dead Line: Or, Tracked by Blood-Hounds. Burlington: Free Press, 1902. (Source: CL, Emory, Norwich, google)

Edson, Ptolemy O'Meara. Address Delivered at the Second Annual Meeting of the First Vermont Cavalry Reunion Society, at Montpelier, November 4, 1874. Burlington: Free Press, 1874. (Source: LOC, UVM)

Farr, Charles R. Diary (1864). (Source: USAMHI)

Farr, Charles R. Discharge papers (1864). (Source: USAMHI)

Farr, Charles R. Muster rolls (1861 & 1864). (Source: USAMHI)

Folsom, William R. "Vermont at Gettysburg." Vermont Quarterly , New Ser., 20 (July 1952), pp. 161-179. (Source: Periodical)

Goodrich, John E. Captain Hiram Henry Hall of the First Vermont Cavalry read at the twenty-first anniversary of the Vermont Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, November 19, 1919. (Source: Auburn)

Greene, Albert R. Correspondence. (Source: VHS)

Greenleaf, William L. "From the Rapidan to Richmond." Vermont War Papers. and Miscellaneous States Papers and Addresses for Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States , Wilmington NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co. 1994. (Source: )

Grout, Josiah. Memoir of General William Wallace Grout and Autobiography of Josiah Grout. Newport, Vt.: Bullock Press. 1919. (Source: )

Hammond, Charles L. "Morgan Horses in the Civil War," The Vermont Horse and Bridle Trail Bulletin, 2:1 January 1938, 2:2, April 1938, 2:3, July 1938, 2:4, October, 1938. (Source: VHS)

Hanks, Richard A. Vermont's proper son : the letters of soldier and scholar Edwin Hall Higley, 1861-1871 (Riverside, California : Coyote Hill Press, 2014) (Source: Sanford)

Hartwig, D. Scott and Ann Marie Hartwig. Gettysburg: The Complete Pictorial of Battlefield Monuments. Gettysburg: Thomas Publications, 1995. (Source: )

Hill, Herbert E. Campaign in the Shenandoah Valley, l864: A Paper Read Before the Eighth Vermont Volunteers and First Vermont Cavalry, at the Annual Reunion in Montpelier, Vermont, November 2, 1886. Boston: n.p., 1886. 13 p. (Source: BCMA, Emory)

Hoffman, Elliot. "A Shot in the Dark [the capture of William Wells by the Confederates]." Vermont History 47 (Fall 1979), pp. 276-8. (Source: VHS)

Hoffman, Elliot. History of the First Vermont Cavalry Volunteers in the War of the Great Rebellion. Baltimore, Md.: Butternut and Blue, 2000. (Source: Fletcher, Norwich)

Holt, Henry. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Holt, Henry. Diary, 1862. (Source: Dartmouth)

Holt, Henry. Diary. Dartmouth College Library (Source: OCLC)

Ide, Horace K. The First Vermont Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign. [Ed. by Elliott W. Hoffman] Gettysburg Magazine 14 (Jan 1996): pp. 7-26. (Source: Norwich, Periodical)

Jackson, Horatio Nelson. Dedication of the statue to Brevet Major-General William Wells and the officers and men of the First Regiment Vermont Cavalry, on the battlefield of Gettysburg, July 3, 1913. Privately printed, 1914. (Source: Anthenaeum, VHS, BCMA)

King, Lorentio H. Papers. (Source: UVM)

Ladd, David L and Audrey J. Ladd, eds. The Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in Their Own Words. Dayton, Ohio: Morningside, 1994-95. Includes George J. Stannard diary. 3 volumes. (Source: )

Lawson, Rev. Kenneth E. Vermont Chaplains in the Civil War (Derby Historical Society, 2015) (Source: Castleton, Norwich, UVM, ACPL, WHS)

Lillie, Harvey. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Longacre, Edward G. The Cavalry at Gettysburg. Lincoln NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1986. (Source: )

Martin, Russell C. Official Roster of Living Members of the 1st Vermont Cavalry. Los Angeles, Ca.: Bureau of Pensions Finance Division, 1927. (Source: )

Montague, Almer. Civil War Letters. Transcripts of original letters in the possession of Carol Felone, Mendon Mass., his great-granddaughter. (Source: PvtCol)

Noyes, Azra P. Correspondence. Military Records Collections, Vermont Public Records Division, Middlesex, Vt. Microfilm, Reel F2845 (Source: VMRP)

Parsons, Henry C. Farnsworth's Charge and Death. In Battles & Leaders of the CW, Vol. 3. NY: Yoseloff, 1956. pp. 393-96. (Source: )

Peladeau, Marius, editor. Burnished rows of steel : Vermont's role in the Battle of Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863. Newport, Vt. : Vermont Civil War Enterprises, 2002. (Source: Anthenaeum, Norwich)

Pinney, Evaline Mary. Letters written to Eveline Mary Pinney from Henry O. Cummings, of the 16th Vt. Regiment Co. I, and Co. E. of the 2nd Regiment of U. S. Sharpshooters; from George Clay of the 2nd Regiment of U. S. Sharpshooters; and a letter to Justin R. Robinson, from Ira C. Monroe of Co. H of the 1st Vermont Cavalry. There is also a furlough notice for Justin Robinson, of Co. H of the 1st Vermont Cavalry, April 15, 1863, and letter to Robinson in 1881 concerning his pension. A letter dated April 17, 1865 from Henry O. Cummings mentions the death of Abraham Lincoln. (Source: VHS)

Pitkin, Edgar. Correspondence, 1861-1865. (Source: VHS)

Platt, Lemuel. Collections. (Source: VHS)

Preston, Addison. Correspondence. (Source: FM)

Ralph, Thomas. Correspondence. Military Records Collections, Vermont Public Records Division, Middlesex, Vt. Microfilm, Reel F2845 (Source: VMRP)

Sawyer, Albert F. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Sawyer, Edward B. Collection. (Source: VHS)

Scott, George H. "Vermont at Gettysburg." Vermont Historical Society Proceedings , New Ser., 1 (1930), pp. 51-73. (Source: Periodical)

Shatzel, Albert Harry. "Imprisoned at Andersonville, the diary of Albert Harry Shatzel, May 5, 1864 - September 12, 1864." Edited by Donald F. Danker. Nebraska History xxxviii (1957) 81-125. (Source: )

Shatzel, Albert Harry. Diary, published by ??? (Source: )

Smith, Henry A. Correspondence, 1861-1864. Letters from Henry A. Smith, of Royalton, Vt., a soldier in the 1st Vermont Cavalry, to his family. (Source: VHS)

Snyder, Charles M. "They Lay Where They Fell: The Everests, Father and Son." Vermont History 32 (July 1964), pp. 154-62. (Source: VHS)

St. Germain, Marshall. Correspondence. Military Records Collections, Vermont Public Records Division, Middlesex, Vt. Microfilm, Reel F2845 (Source: VMRP)

Starr, Stephen Z. "The Inner Life of the First Vermont Volunteer Cavalry, 1861-1865." Vermont History 46 (Summer 1978), pp. 157-174. (Source: VHS)

Stone, Arthur F., "Sparrow, William," The Vermont of Today, With Its Historic Background, Attractions, and People. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company Inc., 1929. (Source: BCVT, Castleton)

Stone, Arthur F., "Wells, William," The Vermont of Today, With Its Historic Background, Attractions, and People. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company Inc., 1929. (Source: BCVT, Castleton)

Stone, Charles B. Diary. (Source: UVM)

Tompkins, Charles. "With the Vermont Cavalry 1861-1862." The Vermonter. v17, 1912. (Source: )

Ullery, Jacob G., compiler. "Charles Henry Blinn", Men of Vermont: An Illustrated Biographical History of Vermonters and Sons of Vermont. Brattleboro, Vt.: Transcript Publishing Company, 1894. (Source: google)

Ullery, Jacob G., compiler. "Edwin Hall Higley", Men of Vermont: An Illustrated Biographical History of Vermonters and Sons of Vermont. Brattleboro, Vt.: Transcript Publishing Company, 1894. (Source: google)

Ullery, Jacob G., compiler. "Jacob Trussell", Men of Vermont: An Illustrated Biographical History of Vermonters and Sons of Vermont. Brattleboro, Vt.: Transcript Publishing Company, 1894. (Source: google)

Ullery, Jacob G., compiler. "Jonas T. Stevens", Men of Vermont: An Illustrated Biographical History of Vermonters and Sons of Vermont. Brattleboro, Vt.: Transcript Publishing Company, 1894. (Source: google)

Ullery, Jacob G., compiler. "Josiah Grout", Men of Vermont: An Illustrated Biographical History of Vermonters and Sons of Vermont. Brattleboro, Vt.: Transcript Publishing Company, 1894. (Source: google)

Ullery, Jacob G., compiler. "Myron M. Parker", Men of Vermont: An Illustrated Biographical History of Vermonters and Sons of Vermont. Brattleboro, Vt.: Transcript Publishing Company, 1894. (Source: google)

Ullery, Jacob G., compiler. "Salmon B. Hebard", Men of Vermont: An Illustrated Biographical History of Vermonters and Sons of Vermont. Brattleboro, Vt.: Transcript Publishing Company, 1894. (Source: google)

Ullery, Jacob G., compiler. "Theodore Safford Peck", Men of Vermont: An Illustrated Biographical History of Vermonters and Sons of Vermont. Brattleboro, Vt.: Transcript Publishing Company, 1894. (Source: google)

Unknown. Programme of the public exercises upon the occassion of the dedication of the Vermont monuments, at Gettysburg, Pa., October 9th, 1889. Burlington, Vt.: Free Press Association, 1889. (Source: UVM)

Veazey, Wheelock G. "Agent to visit Gettysburgh in relation to National Cemetery, Report of" State of Vermont Legislative Document No. 1., Message and Documents, 1864. Contains the Governor's Message to the General Assembly of Vermont, October Session, 1864 and appended reports. Montpelier: Walton's Steam Press. (Source: )

Vermont Adjutant General's Office. Gettysburg celebration bulletins, describing the arrangements for a special train from Vermont to Gettysburg, Pa., for the 50th reunion of Battle of Gettysburg veterans, 1913. (Source: UVM)

Vermont Commissioners. Report [Concerning Vermont Monuments at Gettysburg] of the Vermont Commissioners, 1890, Including the Speeches and Poem at the Dedication, Oct. 9, 1889. Burlington, Vt.: The Free Press Association, 1890. (Source: )

Vermont, Adjutant and Inspector General's Office. Revised Roster of Vermont Volunteers and lists of Vermonters who served in the Army and Navy of the United States During The War of the Rebellion, 1861-66. (Montpelier, Vt: Press of the Watchman Publishing Co., 1892) (Source: Anthenaeum, Norwich, VHS, Emory)

Vermont. Commission for Erecting Monuments at Gettysburg. Vermont Monuments at Gettysburg: Report of the. Burlington: Free Press, 1890. 45 p. (Source: )

Vosburg, Brent L. "Cavalry Clash at Hanover." America's Civil War January 1998. (Source: Perodical)

Waters, Hiram Whitney. Letters/Diary. (Source: HM)

Wells, William. Papers. (Source: UVM)

Wells, William. Medal of Honor File. Washington, D.C.: National Archives. (Source: NARA)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Willliam Wells" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, p. 364) (Source: )

Wheeler, Henry O. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Wood, Seymour H. Roster of survivors of the First Regiment Vermont Cavalry with brief historical sketch of regiment and re-union society St. Albans, Vt.: ?, 1902. (Source: UVM)

Woodbury, Eri Davidson. Civil War Letters, 13 May 1858 - 13 Aug 1866. (Source: Dartmouth)

Woodbury, Eri Davidson. Diaries, 1864-1865. (Source: Dartmouth)

Woods, William E. Correspondence. Military Records Collections, Vermont Public Records Division, Middlesex, Vt. Microfilm, Reel F2846 (Source: VMRP)