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Cross, David F. "Gen. Wheelock G. Veazey Dead." RHSQ XXV No. 2 1995 pages 26-43. (Source: RHSQ)

Hinchey, Angela, ed. Charles B. Mead. "A Young Man of Rare Promise. Selected pre-Civil War writings of Charles B. Mead subsequently killed at Petersburg June 17, 1864 as a member of Berdan's sharpshooters." RHSQ Volume XXVII No. 1 1997. (Source: RHSQ)

Irvine, Russell W. "Martin H. Freeman of Rutland. America's First Black College Professor and Pioneering Black Social Activist."Freeman (1826-1889), a graduate of Middlebury College, was an early blacker of the black colonization movement and became president of Liberia College. RHSQ Volune XXVI No. 3 1996. (Source: RHSQ)

Mead, Charles B. Diary. RHSQ XXVIII, 1 (1998). (Source: RHSQ)

Wickman, Donald. "Their Share of the Glory. Rutland Blacks in the Civil War." Brief history of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment with biographies of 20 Rutland men who served in this regiment. RHSQ XXII No. 2. 1992. (Source: RHSQ)