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Bennett, Alice E. Record of the soldiers of the Civil War, Spanish American War and the World War from the town of Manchester, Vermont. Rutland: Tuttle Company, 1925. (Source: Dartmouth, NEW, NYPL, UVM)

Capron, Edwin R., Letters. (1st Nebraska Infantry). (Source: NEW)

Crosier, Bernard. Pardoned by Lincoln and Killed by the Confederacy. Rutland Daily Herald. (Source: Newspaper)

Rix, William. Incidents of life in a southern city during the war: a series of sketches written for the Rutland Herald (about Mobile, by a Vermonter). ?, 1880. (Source: Newspaper)

Savage, Roy and P. F. Wilson. Veterans of all U.S. wars buried in Bethel [Vermont] and vicinity; total 200. Bethel Courier, April-July, 1926 (Source: NEW)

Sowles, Edward A. History of the St. Albans raid, Annual Address Before the VHS, October 17, 1876. St. Albans, VT: Messenger Prtg Works, 1876. (Source: Newspaper)

Walsh, James. Story of St. Albans Raid October 19, 1864. St. Albans, VT: Reprinted from the St. Albans Daily Messenger 1939. (Source: Newspaper)

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)

Wood, Seymour H. The Ransom Guard of St. Albans, Vt. and Some Experiences While with That Organizaton During its Three Months Service in Eighteen Sixty-One. St. Albans: Messenger, 1911. (Source: Newspaper)