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E472.9 .C37 [Info] Lincoln's Secret Weapon (Philadelphia and New York: Chilton Co., c1961), by Winifred Esther Wise (page images at HathiTrust)
E473.2 .F56 [Info] Virginia-(Merrimac) Monitor Engagement, and a Complete History of the Operations of These Two Historic Vessels in Hampton Roads and Adjacent Waters (Norfolk, VA: Fiveash Pub. Co., c1907), by Joseph Gardner Fiveash
E473.2 .G74 1962 [Info] An Eye-Witness Account of the Battle Between the U.S.S. Monitor and the C.S.S. Virginia (Formerly U.S.S. Merrimack) on March 9th, 1862 (Washington: Naval Historical Foundation, ca. 1962), by Samuel Dana Greene (page images at HathiTrust)
E473.2 .W6 [Info] Tin Can on a Shingle (New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., 1957), by William Chapman White and Ruth Morris White, contrib. by Henry Steele Commager (page images at HathiTrust)
E473.2 .W92 [Info] The Monitor and the Merrimac: Both Sides of the Story (New York and London: Harper and Bros., 1912), contrib. by John Lorimer Worden, Samuel Dana Greene, H. Ashton Ramsay, and E. W. Watson
E473.3.C72 1864 [Info] Brief Report of the Services Rendered by the Freed People to the United States Army, in North Carolina in the Spring of 1862, After the Battle of Newbern (New York: V. Colyer, 1864), by Vincent Colyer (HTML and page images at ecu.edu)
E473.4 .S22 [Info] Battle of Neuces River in Kinney County, Texas, August 10th, 1862, As Seen and Reported by John W. Sansom (ca. 1905), by John William Sansom (page images at Trinity University)
E473.54 .R34 2008 [Info] The Battle of Shiloh and the Organizations Engaged (with new introduction; Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, c2008), by David W. Reed, contrib. by Timothy B. Smith (PDF at Newfound Press)
E473.63 .M4 [Info] The Battle of Williamsburg and the Charge of the 24th Virginia, of Early's Brigade (Richmond: Johns and Goolsby, 1880), by Richard L. Maury
E473.77 .W48 1990 [Info] The Battle of Second Manassas: Self-Guided Tour (1990), by Joseph W. A. Whitehorne (illustrated HTML at US Army CMH)
E473.772 .P84 [Info] Gen'l Fitz John Porter's Reply to Hon. Z. Chandler's Speech in the U.S. Senate, Feb. 21, 1870 (1870), by Fitz-John Porter
E474.97 .B75 [Info] The Lawrence Massacre by a Band of Missouri Ruffians Under Quantrell, by J. S. Boughton and Richard Cordley (HTML at kancoll.org)
E475 .53 .C77 [Info] Pennsylvania's Memorial Days, September 11 and 12, 1889: The 26th Pennsylvania Volunteers (ca. 1889), by Thomas V. Cooper
E475.27 .L88 [Info] My Cave Life in Vicksburg; With Letters of Trial and Travel (New York and London: D. Appleton and Co., 1864), by Mary Ann Webster Loughborough
E475.27 M68 [Info] The Jefferson Davis Memorial in the Vicksburg National Military Park (ca. 1927) (multiple formats at archive.org)
E475.3 .C7 [Info] Report of General Robert E. Lee, and Subordinate Reports of the Battle of Chancellorsville; Also, Reports of Major General J.E.B. Stuart and Brigadier General Fitz Lee, of Cavalry Engagements at Kelleysville; Also, Report of Brigadier General W.H.F. Lee, and Subordinates, of Cavalry Operations of the 14th and 15th of April, 1863 (Richmond, VA: R. M. Smith, 1864), by Confederate States of America War Department, contrib. by Robert E. Lee, Jeb Stuart, Fitzhugh Lee, and William Henry Fitzhugh Lee
E475.35 .D64 [Info] The Campaign of Chancellorsville, by Theodore Ayrault Dodge (Gutenberg text)
E475.35 .D685 1882 [Info] Chancellorsville and Gettysburg (Campaigns of the Civil War v6; New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1882), by Abner Doubleday
E475.35 .L4 [Info] Chancellorsville: Address of Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, Before the Virginia Division of the Army of Northern Virginia, at Their Annual Meeting, Held in the Capitol in Richmond, Va., Oct. 29th, 1879 (Richmond: G. W. Gary, 1879), by Fitzhugh Lee (page images at HathiTrust)
E475.53 .A42 [Info] At Gettysburg, or, What a Girl Saw and Heard of the Battle: A True Narrative (New York: W. Lake Borland, 1889), by Tillie Pierce Alleman (illustrated HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
E475.53 .B69 1900 [Info] Pickett or Pettigrew? An Historical Essay (firste edition; Weldon, NC: Hall and Sledge, c1888), by William R. Bond (page images at HathiTrust)
E475.53 .B69 1900 [Info] Pickett or Pettigrew? An Historical Essay (second edition; Scotland Neck, NC: W. L. L. Hall, ca. 1900), by William R. Bond
E475.53 .B69 1901 [Info] Pickett or Pettigrew? North Carolina at Gettysburg: A Historical Monograph (third edition; Scotland Neck, NC: W. L. L. Hall, 1901), by William R. Bond
E475.53 .C6 I9 [Info] North Carolina at Gettysburg, and Pickett's Charge a Misnomer; also, Sixty Years Afterwards and the Rearguard of the Confederacy, by Walter Clark (HTML and page images at ecu.edu)
E475.53 .M62 [Info] Michigan at Gettysburg, July lst, 2d and 3rd, 1863, June 12th, 1889: Proceedings Incident to the Dedication of the Michigan Monument Upon the Battlefield of Gettysburg, June 12th, 1889, Together With a Full Report of the Monument Commission, and a Detailed Statement of the Work Committed to and Performed by it, and the Proceedings at the Various Regimental Reunions (Detroit: Winn and Hammond, 1889) (page images at HathiTrust)

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