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E616 .D7 U5 [Info] Register of Confederate Soldiers Who Died in Camp Douglas, 1862-65 and Lie Buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., 1892 (Cincinnati: Cohen and Co., 1892), by Ex-Confederate Association of Chicago
E616 .J7 S5 [Info] Narrative of Prison Life at Baltimore and Johnson's Island, Ohio, by Henry E. Shepherd (HTML and TEI at UNC)
E616 .O4 L6 [Info] The Old Capitol and Its Inmates, by Virginia Lomax (HTML and TEI at UNC)
E621 .A4 [Info] Hospital Sketches, by Louisa May Alcott (Gutenberg text)
E621 .A4 1863 [Info] Hospital Sketches (Boston: James Redpath, 1863), by Louisa May Alcott (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
E621 .C97 [Info] A Journal of Hospital Life in the Confederate Army of Tennessee, From the Battle of Shiloh to the End of the War; With Sketches of Life and Character, and Brief Notices of Current Events During that Period (Louisville, KY: J. P. Morgan and Co.; New Orleans: W. Evelyn, 1866), by Kate Cumming (multiple formats at Google)
E621 .E24 [Info] Nurse and Spy in the Union Army, by S. Emma E. Edmonds (page images at MOA)
E621 .H73 [Info] Our Army Nurses: Interesting Sketches, Addresses, and Photographs of Nearly One Hundred of the Noble Women Who Served in Hospitals and on Battlefields During Our Civil War (Boston: B. Wilkins and Co., 1895), ed. by Mary Gardner Holland (multiple formats at archive.org)
E621 .L79 1896 [Info] My Story of the War: A Woman's Narrative of Four Years Personal Experience as Nurse in the Union Army, and in Relief Work at Home, in Hospitals, Camps, and at the Front, During the War of the Rebellion (Hartford: A.D. Worthington and Co., 1896), by Mary A. Livermore (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA)
E621 .W85 [Info] Hospital Days (New York: D. Van Nostrand, 1870), by Jane Stuart Woolsey (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA)
E625 .P39 [Info] A Southern Woman's Story, by Phoebe Yates Pember
E628 .M82 [Info] Women of the War: Their Heroism and Self-Sacrifice, by Frank Moore (page images at MOA)
E628 .N55 [Info] "Our Women in the War": The Lives They Lived; the Deaths They Died: From The Weekly News and Courier, Charleston, S. C. (1885) (PDF at Case Western)
E629 .L175 [Info] The New York Ladies' Southern Relief Association, 1866-1867: An Account of the Relief Furnished by Citizens of New York City to the Inhabitants of the Devastated Regions of the South Immediately After the Civil War (New York: Mary Mildred Sullivan Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1926), by Anne Middleton Holmes (multiple formats at archive.org)
E635 .B34 1866 [Info] My Manse During the War: A Decade of Letters to the Rev. J. Thomas Murray, Editor of the Methodist Protestant, by T. B. Balch (HTML and TEI at UNC)
E635 .B56 [Info] Experience of a Confederate Chaplain, by A. D. Betts (HTML and TEI at UNC)
E635 .L79 [Info] Liquor and Lincoln (1862), by A Physician (HTML and TEI at UNC)
E635 .L98 [Info] Lights and Shadows of Army Life, by William W. Lyle (page images at MOA)
E641 .C59 H57 [Info] History Under Siege: A Guide to America's Most Endangered Civil War Battlefields (annual report; subtitle may vary in different years; 2001-), by Civil War Trust (U.S.) (partial serial archives)
E641 .C74 [Info] History of the Confederated Memorial Associations of the South (revised and authorized edition, c1904), by Confederated Southern Memorial Association (U.S.) (multiple formats at archive.org)
E641 .U57 [Info] Report on the Re-Burial of the Confederate Dead in Arlington Cemetery; and Attention Called to the Care Required for the Graves of Confederate Soldiers who Died in Federal Prisons and Military Hospitals Now Buried in Northern States (Washington: Judd and Detweiler, 1901), by United Confederate Veterans, Washington, D.C. Division, Charles Broadway Rouss Camp No. 1191 (multiple formats at archive.org)
E642 .C65 [Info] Memorial Day Oration, Delivered in the City Hall, Dover, N.H., Under the Auspices of Charles W. Sawyer Post, G. A. R. (Dover, NH: Libbey and Co., 1876), by Leander Samuel Coan (multiple formats at archive.org)
E642 .D86 [Info] Heroism of the Rank and File: Eulogy, Pronounced at the Memorial Service of Post Sumner, no. 24, and Post Winthrop, no. 28, G.A.R., May 31, 1868, in Commemoration of the Union Soldiers Slain in the War for Our Union, by A. J. H. Duganne (multiple formats at archive.org)
E642 .F68 [Info] Memorial Lessons: A Sermon Preached at King's Chapel, Boston, on Sunday, May 29th, 1870; With a List of the Sons of the Church Who Entered the Service of the Country (Boston: Barker, Cotter and Co., 1870), by Henry Wilder Foote (multiple formats at archive.org)
E642 .G6 [Info] Memorial Ceremonies at the National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, Under the Auspicies of the Grand Army of the Republic, May 30, 1868 (Washington: McGill and Witherow, 1868), by Grand Army of the Republic (multiple formats at archive.org)

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