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Brattleboro Phoenix (1862-1863) (Source: Brooks, UVM, Periodicals)

Chase, Peter S. Reunion Greeting, Together with an Historical Sketch and Complete Descriptive List of the Members of Co. I, 2d Regiment Vermont Volunteers. Also, the by-laws of Co. I, 2d Regt., Vt. Vols., Infantry Association, with each member's name, and post-office address so far as known. Brattleboro, VT, Phoenix Job Printing Office, 1891. (Source: Brooks, Norwich, UVM, ACPL)

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)

Fisk, Wilbur. Anti-Rebel: The Civil War Letters of Private Wilbur Fisk. Croton-on-Hudson, NY: Emil Rosenblatt, 1983. (Source: Brooks, Castleton, Norwich, UVM)

Fisk, Wilbur. Hard Marching Every Day: The Civil War Letters of Private Wilbur Fisk. Lawrence, Kan.: University Press of Kansas, 1992. Emil Rosenblatt, ed. (Source: Anthenaeum, Brooks, Goddard, JSCL, Norwich, UVM)

Holbrook, William C. A Narrative of the Services of the Officers and Enlisted Men of the 7th Regiment of Vermont Volunteers (Veterans) from 1862 to 1866. NY: American Bank Note Co, 1882. (Source: Anthenaeum, Brooks, Dartmouth, ACPL)

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

Marshall, Jeffrey D. Vermonters in the Civil War: Manuscripts in the Special Collections Department, 1994. (Source: Brooks, Harvard, Norwich, SMCC, UVM)

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)

Poirier, Robert G. By the Blood of our Alumni: Norwich University Citizen-Soldiers in the Army of the Potomac. Mason City, IA: Savas Publishing Co. 1999. (Source: Brooks, Norwich, Columbia)

Reunion Society of Vermont Officers. Proceedings of the Reunion Society of Vermont Officers, with addresses delivered at its meetings. Burlington: The Society, 1864-1884. (Source: Brooks, Google)

Reunion Society of Vermont Officers. Proceedings of the Reunion Society of Vermont Officers, with addresses delivered at its meetings, and a roster of the Society. Burlington, Vt.: Free Press Printing Co., 1886-1905. (Source: Brooks, Norwich, UVM, LOC)

Ripley, Edward Hastings. Vermont general: the unusual war experiences of Edward Hastings Ripley, 1862-1865. Edited by Otto Eisenschiml. New York, Devin-Adair, 1960. (Source: Brooks, Columbia)

Tabular Statement Showing the Amount Due from the State of VT to Soldiers of the Late War for the Suppression of the Rebellion. To be Kept by Town and County Clerks to be Referred to By Any Persons. The statement embraces all unsettled accounts, showing the amount due each soldier, and indicating whether it is extra State pay, allotted U.S. pay, or interest due. 1873. 140 pp. (Source: Brooks)

Turner, Daisy. On my own - the traditions of Daisy Turner. [videorecording]. New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 1987. Abstract: Presents the life of a daughter of a former slave, 102-year-old Daisy Turner. She recalls childhood incidents and her father's Civil War experiences and talks about life in her homestead in Vermont. Folklorist Jane Beck fills in details about traditions preserved in the Turner family. (Source: Anthenaeum, Brooks, Emory)

United States. Census Office. 1890 Vermont census index: special schedule of the eleventh census (1890) enumerating Union veterans and of Union veterans of the Civil War. North Salt Lake, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, c1984. (Source: Brooks)

Waite, Otis Frederick Reed. Vermont in the Great Rebellion containing Historical and Biographical Sketches, Etc. Claremont, N.H.: Tracy, Chase and Co., 1869. (Source: Brooks, Columbia, Dartmouth)

Wandell, Nelson L. Journal June 4, 1862 - June 23, 1865. (Source: Brooks)

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)

Wickman, Donald. Letters to Vermont from her Civil War Soldier Correspondents to the Home Press. Bennington: Images From The Past, Inc. 1998. 2 volumes. (Source: Anthenaeum, BCVT, BM, Brooks, Fletcher, RFPL, Harvard)

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)

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