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Benedict, George Grenville. Army Life in Virginia: Letters from the Twelfth Vermont Regiment and personal experiences of volunteer service in the war for the Union, 1862-63. Burlington: Free Press, 1895. (Source: BU, Google, Bowdoin)

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)

Bisbee, George W. Diary (1863). (Source: Auburn)

Carpenter, Marshall Austin. Papers (1862-1895) (Source: Auburn)

Chaffee, Henry H. Diary (1863). (Source: Auburn)

Coffey, Robert J. Letter. (Source: Middlebury)

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)

Cutler, Jerome. Letters of Jerome Cutler, Waterville, Vermont, During his Enlistment in the Union Army, 2nd Regiment, Vermont Volunteers, 1861-1864. n.p., 1990. (Source: BM, Middlebury)

Eighth Regiment Infantry. Second re-union of Eighth Regiment Vermont Volunteers, at White River Junction, June 2, 1873. [microform] Vermont: Kenosha Union Print, 1874. (Source: BU)

Eisenschiml, Otto, ed. Vermont General: The Unusual War Experiences of Edward Hastings Ripley (1862-1865). New York: Devin-Adair 1960. (Source: Auburn)

Goodrich, John E. Captain Hiram Henry Hall of the First Vermont Cavalry read at the twenty-first anniversary of the Vermont Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, November 19, 1919. (Source: Auburn)

Grand Army of the Republic. Officers and members of D. Rattery Post No. 9, G.A.R. : organized Dec. 7, 1882, West Burke, Vermont. St. Johnsbury, Vt. : The Cowles Press, [1921?]. (Source: Middlebury)

Grout, William Wallace. An oration before the Re-union Society of Vermont Officers, in the Representatives' Hall, Montpelier, Vermont, November 4, 1869. Barton, E.H. Webster, printer, 1869. (Source: BU, Harvard, LOC, UVM)

Haas, Jessie. Westminster West. New York: Greenwillow Books, 1997. Fiction. Abstract: Two sisters struggle with their roles as women within the family and within society as an arsonist threatens their post-Civil War Vermont community. (Source: Auburn, Emory, LOC)

Ledoux, Thomas J., ed. Quite Ready to be Sent Somewhere: The Civil War Letters of Aldace Freeman Walker, Victoria, B.C.: Trafford Publishing, 2002. (Source: VHS, Norwich, Auburn)

Lent, Jeffrey. In the Fall. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2000. Fiction. (Source: Amherst, Brooks, BU)

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)

McKeen, Silas. Heroic patriotism : a sermon, delivered at Bradford, Vt., Sabbath afternoon, April 28, 1861, in the presence of the Bradford Guards, when under call to join the First Regiment of the Vermont Volunteers, and go forth in their country's service. Windsor, Vt.: Printed at the Chronicle Press, 1861. (Source: Middlebury, UVM)

Parsons, George W. Put The Vermonters Ahead: The First Vermont Brigade in the Civil War. Shippensburg, PA. White Mane Publishing Company, Inc., 1996. (Source: Auburn, DAR, Harvard)

Phelps, Edward C., ed. Civil War Letters of Timothy B. Messer, 10th Vermont Volunteers. Greenfield MA: E. A. Hall & Co., 1986. (Source: Brooks, Middlebury, Norwich, UVM)

Pierce, W. A. Letters (1863-1864) (Source: Auburn)

Simons, John M., compiler. Civil War veterans with connections to the town of Sheffield, Caledonia County, Vermont. Edited by Harman Clark. Sheffield, Vt. : Sheffield Historical Society, 2002. (Source: Middlebury)

Sturtevant, Ralph Orson and Carmi L. Marsh. Pictorial History: Thirteenth Vermont Volunteers, War of 1861-1865. Privately published by the regiment, c1910. (Source: BU, Columbia, Dartmouth, ACPL)

Unknown. Co. D, Fifty years ago ; The old Bradford Guard. Newspaper Articles on the reunions of Co. D from the 1st Vermont Infantry Regiment and Co. G from an unnamed regiment. (Source: Middlebury)

Vail, Henry Hobart and Emma Mary White. Pomfret, Vermont. Vol. I includes "A list of the Pomfret men--soldiers and sailors in the civil war. Boston: Cockayne, 1930. (Source: BU, CSL, Dartmouth, LOC)

Vermont Surgeon General. Annual report of the Surgeon General, of the State of Vermont, to his excellency the Commander-in-Chief, October 6, 1865. Burlington: Free Press, 1865. (Source: Middlebury)

Webster, E. H. Diary (1865). (Source: Auburn)

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)

White, Homer. The Vermont volunteer: a poem of the great rebellion. W. Randolph: Herald and News Print, 1884. (Source: BU, Norwich, UVM)