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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)

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

Atwater, Dorence. A List of the Union Soldiers Buried at Andersonville. Copied from the Official Record in the Surgeon's Office at Andersonville., New York: Tribune Association, 1866. (Source: )

Burnham, Janet Hayward, editor. Notes of Army and Prison Life 1862-1865. Bethel, Vt.: My Little Jessie Press, 2004. (Source: )

Davis, George E. "Captor or Prisoner." The National Tribune. August 14, 1884. (Source: Periodical)

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

Fairbanks, Charles. Notes of Army and Prison Life, 1862-1865 Limited edition privately printed abt 1897. (Source: BHS, VHS)

Graham, Walter, of Arlington, Vt. Diary (1864-1865) (Source: VHS)

Howard, Kendrick R. Diary, 1864. Written while he was a prisoner at Andersonville. (Source: VHS)

Jeffrey, William H. Richmond Prisons, 1861-62. St. Johnsbury: Republican, 1893. (Source: Periodical)

Ross, Charles. "A Vermonter in Andersonville, diary of Charles Ross, 1864." Vermont History xxv (1957) 229-45. (Source: VHS)

Ross, Charles. "A Vermonter returns from Andersonville." Edited by Chester McArthur Destler. Vermont History xxv (1957) 344-51 (Source: VHS)

Ross, Charles. "An Andersonville prison diary." Edited by C. M. Destler, Georgia Historical Quarterly xxvi (1940), pp. 56-76. (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: )

Spoor, W. B. Copy of a letter from W. B. Spoor, a Confederate imprisoned at F. Delaware, to his brother in the 11th Vermont Regiment, defending the South, July 19, 1863. The copy was included with a note from W. S. Richards to his wife in West Concord, Vt., July 28, 1863. (Source: VHS)

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)

Webster, Ellery. Men of Vermont in Confederate prisons / compiled by Rosa A. Goodrich. [Winter Haven, Florida: R.A.Goodrich, 1986?] ca. 50 .: ill. ; 29 cm. The author's account of his imprisonment in Libby Prison (Richmond, Va.) and Andersonville Prison (Ga.) during the Civil War. Includes a list of the Vermont men of the 4th and 11th regiments. Originally published in sixteen parts by the Orleans County Monitor (Vermont) from 5 December 1899 through 16 April 1900. --Pref. Typescript (photocopy). (Source: Brooks, Italo, LOC, Middlebury, NEW)