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Vertical Files; 2nd Vermont Infantry Regiment. (Source: GNMP)

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

Vertical Files; 12th Vermont Infantry Regiment. (Source: GNMP)

Vertical Files; 13th Vermont Infantry Regiment. (Source: GNMP)

Vertical Files; 14th Vermont Infantry Regiment. (Source: GNMP)

Vertical Files; 16th Vermont Infantry Regiment. (Source: GNMP)

Vertical Files; Participant Accounts: Sedgwick, John. (Source: GNMP)

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

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

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

Bauer, Daniel. "They Also Serve Who Only March, and March: The Veteran VI Corps Fights With Its Feet First." CW XVII: pp. 23-28. Per. (March from Manchester, MD, to Gettysburg). (Source: Periodical)

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)

Buchanan, Charles J. Oration of Charles J. Buchanan at the Dedication of the Monument to the First Regiment of United States Sharpshooters at Gettysburg, July 2, 1889. Ann Arbor, MI: Univ Microfilms, l969. 37 p. Reprint of l889 ed. (Source: )

Buono, Anthony. "The first Vermonter to enlist in the war, Union General George Stannard helped turn the tide at Gettysburg." America's Civil War. 9 (July 1996), pp. 10-20. (Source: Periodical)

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

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)

Church, William. Letter describing the capture of General Stoughton at Fairfax Courthouse, 9 March 1863. (Source: VHS)

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

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

Day, Hezron, Correspondence. Private collection of Linda M. Welch (Source: PvtCol)

Dickson, Christopher C. Col. Francis Voltaire Randall and the 13th Vermont Infantry. The Gettysburg Magazine. Dayton, Ohio: Morningside House, Inc. No. 17, July 1997. (Source: Periodical)

Dickson, Christopher C. The Flying Brigade: Brig. Gen. George Stannard and the Road to Gettysburg. The Gettysburg Magazine. Dayton, Ohio: Morningside House, Inc. No. 16, January 1997. (Source: Periodical)

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: )

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

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

Hutchinson, Matthew W. "To Gettysbug and Beyond: A Vermont Captain's Letters to His Wife. Gettysburg Magazine, 2001 No. 25. (Source: Periodical)

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)

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: )

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

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, 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. "Norwich at Gettysburg: The Citizen-Soldier Academy's Contribution to Victory." Gettysburg Magazine. Dayton, Ohio: Morningside House, Inc. July 1996. (Source: Periodical)

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

Trimble, Tony. "Paper Collars: Stannard's Brigade at Gettysburg." Gettysburg Magazine 2 (Jan 1990): pp. 75-80. (Source: Periodical)

U.S. Government. Names of Soldiers Who Died in Defense of American Union, Interred in the National Cemeteries and Other Burial Places at Brookline, Cambridge, and Worcester, Massachusetts; Buffalo, Chautauqua, Cypress Hills, Fort Niagara, Lockport, Lodi, Madison Barracks, Plattsburg Barracks, and Rochester, New York; Gettysburg, Mercersburg, Reading, Philadelphia, Tamaqua, and Upton, Pennsylvania; Brattleboro and Montpelier, Vermont; Richmond, and Yorktown, Virginia Glendale, Richmond, and Yorktown, Virginia, vol. 16. U. S. GPO: 1868. (Source: )

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

Ward, Eric. "A Vermonter's Letter from Gettysburg." America's Civil War. January 2002. pp 42-47. (Source: Periodical)

Williams, John C. Life in Camp: A History of the Nine Months' Service of the Fourteenth Vermont Regiment, From October 21, 1862, When It was Mustered into the U.S. Service, to July 21, 1863, Including the Battle of Gettysburg. Claremont, NH: Claremont Mfg Co, 1864. (Source: BM, Brooks, Columbia, ACPL)