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Luther B. Harris : a prison story : a Vermont soldier's memoir of Andersonville and other rebel camps (Newport, VT:Vermont Civil War Enterprises and Lyndon Historical Society, 2006) (Source: Anthenaeum, USAMHI)

Belknap, Amos. Letter (1862) (Source: Anthenaeum)

Chadwick, Albert G. Soldiers' record of the town of St. Johnsbury, Vermont, in the war of the rebellion, 1861-5. St. Johnsbury: C. M. Stone & Co., 1883. (Source: Anthenaeum, Google)

Chamberlin, George Ephraim. Letters of George E. Chamberlin, who fell in the service of his country near Charlestown, Va., August 21, 1864. Springfield, Il: H. W. Rokker, 1883. vii, 393 p. 21 cm. (Source: Anthenaeum, Dartmouth, LOC)

Coffin, Howard. Full Duty: Vermonters in the Civil War. Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press, 1995. (Source: Anthenaeum, BM, Brooks, RFPL, Auburn)

Coffin, Howard. Nine Months to Gettysbury. The Vermonters Who Broke Pickett's Charge. Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press, 1997. (Source: Anthenaeum, Brooks, Amherst, Auburn, BM)

Coffin, Howard. The Battered Stars: One State's Civil War Ordeal during Grant's Overland Campaign. Countryman Press, 2002. (Source: Anthenaeum, Norwich, RFPL, BYU)

Coffin, Howard. Something Abides : discovering the Civil War in today's Vermont (Woodstock, VT:Countryman Press, 2013) (Source: Anthenaeum, RFPL)

Fairbanks, Erastus. Undated Civil War Manuscript (Source: Anthenaeum)

Fisk, Wilbur. Hard Marching Every Day: The Civil War Letters of Private Wilbur Fisk. Lawrence, Kan.: University Press of Kansas, 1992. Emil Rosenblatt, ed. (Source: Anthenaeum, Brooks, Goddard, JSCL, Norwich, UVM)

Glover, Waldo F. Abraham Lincoln and the sleeping sentinel of Vermont (Montpelier: Vermont Historical Society, 1936) (Source: Anthenaeum)

Grand Army of the Republic. George Chamberlain Post No. 1. Grand Army of the Republic, VT. Dept., Chamberlain Post No. 1 Records (Source: Anthenaeum)

Harriman, Turrell E. Personal Reminiscences. 36 typewritten page manuscript. 1901. (Source: Anthenaeum, CNHL)

Haynes, Edwin Mortimer. A history of the Tenth Regiment, Vermont Volunteers.( Rutland, Vt.: Tuttle Co., 1894) Note: 2nd edition, greatly enlarged. (Source: Anthenaeum, ACPL, Google)

Holbrook, William C. A Narrative of the Services of the Officers and Enlisted Men of the 7th Regiment of Vermont Volunteers (Veterans) from 1862 to 1866. NY: American Bank Note Co, 1882. (Source: Anthenaeum, Brooks, Dartmouth, ACPL)

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)

Marshall, Jeffrey D. A War of the People: Vermont Civil War Letters. Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, 1999. (Source: Anthenaeum, BM, Auburn, BYU, DAR, Stanford)

McKone, William L. Vermont's Irish rebel, Capt. John Lonergan : in the American Civil War & Fenian invasions of Canada (Jeffersonville, VT:Brewster River Press, 2010) (Source: Anthenaeum)

Peladeau, Marius B. Willie Johnston : youngest medal of honor recipient, drummer, 3rd Vermont Regiment (Newport, VT: Vermont Civil War Enterprises, 2005) (Source: Anthenaeum, ACPL)

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)

Poirier, Robert G. They could not have done better : Thomas O. Seaver and the 3rd Vermont Infantry in the war for the Union (Newport, VT:Vermont Civil ar Enterprises, 2005) (Source: Anthenaeum, ACPL)

Prince, Cathryn J. Burn the town and sack the banks! : Confederates attack Vermont! (New York:Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2006) (Source: Anthenaeum)

Rankin, David C. Diary of a Christian soldier : Rufus Kinsley and the Civil War. New York : Cambridge University Press, 2004. (Source: Anthenaeum, Google)

Scott, Jutta R. et al. A Vermont hill town in the Civil War : Peacham's story (Peacham: Peacham Historical Association, 2012) (Source: Anthenaeum, Stanford)

Turner, Daisy. On my own - the traditions of Daisy Turner. [videorecording]. New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 1987. Abstract: Presents the life of a daughter of a former slave, 102-year-old Daisy Turner. She recalls childhood incidents and her father's Civil War experiences and talks about life in her homestead in Vermont. Folklorist Jane Beck fills in details about traditions preserved in the Turner family. (Source: Anthenaeum, Brooks, Emory)

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)

Waite, Oscar. Three Years with the 10th Vermont. Manuscript. (Source: Anthenaeum, VHS, ACPL)

Walker, Aldace Freeman. The Vermont Brigade in the Shenandoah Valley, 1864. Burlington, VT: Free Press Association, 1869. (Source: Anthenaeum, ACPL, Google)

Wickman, Donald H. "A very fine appearance" : the Vermont Civil War photographs of George Houghton (Barre, VT: Vermont Historical Society, 2010) (Source: Anthenaeum, Stanford)

Wickman, Donald. Letters to Vermont from her Civil War Soldier Correspondents to the Home Press. Bennington: Images From The Past, Inc. 1998. 2 volumes. (Source: Anthenaeum, BCVT, BM, Brooks, Fletcher, RFPL, Harvard)