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Bardwell, Mrs. Diaries (1858-1866). Daily account of family life and events in Walpole, Vermont. Comments on the Civil War, the work of the Soldier Aid Society, and an account of trips to Decorah Iowa. (Source: Emory)

Benedict, George Grenville. "The service of the Vermont troops." An oration before the Re-union society of Vermont officers, in the Representatives' Hall, Montpelier, November 2, 1882. Montpelier, Watchman and Journal Press, 1882. (Source: CSL, Emory, Harvard, LOC, UVM, VSCL)

Bullard, Lucien C. Diary (1863). (Source: Emory)

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

Dyer, Frederick H. A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865. Dayton, OH: Morningside, 1979. 3 volumes. (Source: Emory, Pratt)

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)

Hill, Herbert E. Campaign in the Shenandoah Valley, l864: A Paper Read Before the Eighth Vermont Volunteers and First Vermont Cavalry, at the Annual Reunion in Montpelier, Vermont, November 2, 1886. Boston: n.p., 1886. 13 p. (Source: BCMA, Emory)

Holbrook, William C. Proceedings at the First and Second Reunions. Roster and Roll of Surviving Members; Also, List of Actions and Skirmishes. New York: American Bank Note Co., 1883. (Source: Emory)

Howard, S.E. In Memorial, Colonel George Nathaniel Carpenter. n.p., 1895? 6 p. (Source: Emory)

Hummel, Maria. Wilderness Run. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2002. Fiction (Source: Emory)

Janvier, Francis D. The Sleeping Sentinel. Philadelphia: T.B. Peterson, 1863. (Source: UVM, ACPL, Emory)

Kimball, M. A Discourse Commemorative of Major Charles Jarvis of the Ninth Vermont Volunteers. Delivered at his Funeral, in the Congregational Church, at Weathersfield Bow, Vermont, December 13, 1863. NY: E.O. Jenkins, 1864. 24 p. (Source: Emory, KSHS)

Manson, Charles A. Papers (1861-1918, bulk 1861-1865). (Source: Emory)

Pringle, Cyrus. The Civil War Diary of Cyrus Pringle. Forward by Henry J Cadbury. Lebanon, Pa: Sowers Printing Co., 1962. (Source: Emory)

Report of the sixth annual re-union of the Thirteenth Vermont Volunteer Association: held at Northfield, June 22d and 23d, 1893, with addresses and poems attending the exercises of the dedication of the monument erected to the memory of the late Colonel Francis V. Randall, also a roster of the Thirteenth Regiment. Burlington, Free Press Association, 1893. (Source: Emory)

Ripley, Edward Hastings. "The Capture and Occupation of Richmond, April 3rd, 1865." Personal Recollections of the War (MOLLUS, NY, Vol. 3). NY: Putnam's, 1907. pp. 472-502. (Source: Emory, MOLLUS)

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)

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)

Washburn, Peter Thacher. An Oration Before the Re-Union Society of Vermont Officers in the Representatives' Hall, Montpelier, Vt., October 22d, 1868. Montpelier: J. & J. M. Poland, 1869. (Source: CSL, Emory, Harvard, LOC, UVM)