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"Stephen Thomas, Brigadier General U.S.V. : a memorial" Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Commandery of the State of Vermont. (Source: UVM)

Aldrich, Lewis Cass. History of Bennington County, Vt. (Syracuse, NY: D. Mason & Co., 1889) (Source: Castleton, UVM, Dartmouth, NYSL, McGill)

Ashley, Robert Paul. Rebel Raiders, a Story of the St. Albans Raid. Philadelphia: Winston, 1956. (Source: Castleton, UVM)

Balzer, John E., ed. Buck's Book: A view of the 3rd Vermont Infantry Regiment. Bolingbrook, IL:Balzer & Associates, March 1993. (Source: UVM, Norwich, Cornell)

Bancroft, Charles DeF. History of Capitol Engine Company No. 5, 1860-1886. Watchman and Journal Press, Montpelier. 1886. (Source: UVM, NYSL, Amherst)

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)

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)

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)

Bixby, George. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Bixby, Orville. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Blaisdell, Jonathan. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Blaisdell, Luman. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Blinn, Charles H. Papers. (Source: UVM)

Bostwick, Lucius H. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Boynton, Joseph. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Brainard, Aldis O. Letters, 1862 (Source: UVM)

Branthoover, W. R., compiler. Montgomery, Vermont soldiers in the Civil War, 1861-1865. Montgomery Center, 1990. (Source: UVM)

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

Brown, Farrell T. Tilden family letters: Civil War period 1861-1865. Ames, Iowa: Farwell Brown, 1989. (Source: MH, UVM)

Burlington Free Press (1861-1865) (Source: UVM, VSL, Periodicals)

Bushnell, Sidney. Diary. (Source: UVM)

Chamberlin, Edson E. A Vermonter in the Rebellion: Amos Leavitt. Randolph, Vt.: Beacon Printing, 1992. (Source: UVM)

Chamberlin, J. B. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Chapman, Edward M. Memorial sermon before Chamberlin Post No. 1, G.A.R.: preached 26 May, 1901, in music hall, St. Johnsbury, Vermont. St. Johnsbury: 1901. (Source: UVM)

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)

Cheney, Perley C. J. Letter. (Source: UVM)

Childs, George T. Addresses before the Reunion Society of Vermont. Officers and the First Vermont Cavalry Reunion Society, Nov. 4th and 5th, 1874.Burlington: Free Press steam job printing house, 1874. (Source: UVM, BCMA, LOC)

Chittenden, Lucius Eugene. Invisible Siege: The Journal of Lucius E. Chittenden April 15, 1861 - July 14, 1861. San Diego: Americana Exchange Press, 1969. (Source: Castleton, UVM, Dartmouth)

Chittick, Geraldine Frances. In the field: Doctor Melvin John Hyde surgeon. Newport, Vt.: Vermont Civil War Enterprises, 2000. (Source: UVM, ACPL, LOC, NMCWM)

Clark, B. G. Reminiscences. (Source: UVM)

Cohn, Arthur B. The Civil War ordnance of Mirror Lake, Calais, Washington County, Vermont: progress report. Ferrisburg, Vt.: Champlain Maritime Museum, 1996. (Source: UVM)

Cook, John. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Croffut, W. A. Ethan Allen Hitchcock, Fifty Years in Camp and Field. NY: Putnam's Sons, 1909. (Source: Norwich, UVM, Dartmouth, SUNYP)

Cross, Edward Ephraim. Stand firm and fire low : the Civil War writings of Colonel Edward E. Cross. edited by Walter Holden, William E. Ross, and Elizabeth Slomba ; with a foreword by Mike Pride and Mark Travis. Hanover, NH : University Press of New England, 2003. (Source: UVM, Dartmouth, McGill)

Daniels, William. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Davis, Cameron and Albert Drury. The better part of Valor: Albert Drury and his 1st Vermont Cavalry in the Civil War's eastern campaign. Privately printed. 1995. (Source: UVM)

Dodge, Chester W., Diary, 1864-5. (Source: UVM)

Donnelly, Brooks. Charles Henry Blinn: the life and times of a Vermont soldier. , 1999. (Source: UVM)

Drury, Albert Hollenbeck. The Better Part of Valor: Albert Drury and his 1st Vermont Cavalry in the Civil War's Eastern Campaign. Privately published by the family. 1995. (Source: UVM)

Dudley, Henry. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Edson, Ptolemy O'Meara. Address Delivered at the Second Annual Meeting of the First Vermont Cavalry Reunion Society, at Montpelier, November 4, 1874. Burlington: Free Press, 1874. (Source: LOC, UVM)

Emery, Edson. Diary (1861, 1863). (Source: UVM)

Farnham, Mary E. Diary. (Source: UVM)

Fisher, John R. Lewis Barttro: a Vermont Franco-American in the Civil War, born Louis Berthiaume. Burlington: John R. Fisher, 1994. (Source: UVM)

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)

Fourth Vermont Infantry Association. Constitution and Roster. Rutland, Vt.: The Tuttle Company, 1908. (Source: UVM)

Gale, Frederick. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Glover, Joel. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Goulding, Joseph Hiram. Memorial day address Wheelock G. Veazey as a soldier and comrade. Brattleboro, 1898. (Source: UVM)

Goulding, Joseph Hiram. Official Military and Naval Records of Rutland, Vermont in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866, Men credited to town; residents since the war or buried in cemeteries within the limits of the original town. Rutland: Tuttle Company, Book and Job Printers, 1891. (Source: UVM, Norwich, Columbia)

Grand Army of the Republic, Department of Vermont. Brooks Post. Announcement of a reunion banquet in the Blanchard Opera House Block, Montpelier, Vt., with Lieut. Col. Roswell Farnham as the featured speaker. dtd 30 Oct 1894. (Source: UVM)

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)

Hagar, George. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Hapgood, Charles M. Diary (Oct 1861-Dec 1862). (Source: UVM)

Hatch, Benjamin Franklin. Papers. (Source: UVM)

Heaton, Solomon G. Letters (1861-1864). (Source: UVM)

Hemenway, Abby Maria, editor. VERMONT HISTORICAL GAZETTEER, Vol. I. A Magazine Embracing a History of Each Town, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Biogr. & Military: Addison, Bennington, Caledonia, Chittenden & Essex Cos. 1868. (Source: UVM, VHS)

Hemenway, Abby Maria, editor. VERMONT HISTORICAL GAZETTEER, Vol. II. A Magazine Embracing a History of Each Town, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Biogr. & Military: Franklin, Grand Isle, LaMoille, Orange Counties. 1873. (Source: UVM, VHS)

Hemenway, Abby Maria, editor. VERMONT HISTORICAL GAZETTEER, Vol. III. A Magazine Embracing a History of Each Town, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Biogr. & Military: Orelans and Rutland Counties. 1877. (Source: UVM, VHS)

Hemenway, Abby Maria, editor. VERMONT HISTORICAL GAZETTEER, Vol. IV. A Magazine Embracing a History of Each Town, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Biogr. & Military: Washington County, including a County Chapter & the Histories of the Towns. By "Native & Resident Historians". 1882. (Source: UVM, VHS)

Hemenway, Abby Maria, editor. VERMONT HISTORICAL GAZETTEER, Vol. V. A Magazine Embracing a History of Each Town, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Biogr. & Military: The Towns of Windham County. 1891. (Source: UVM, VHS)

Holt, Henry. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Hough, Jessie W. Our country's mission: or, The present suffering of the nation justified by its future glory. A discourse preached at Williston, Vermont, on the day of the National Fast, August 4th, 1864. Burlington: Free Press, 1864. (Source: Harvard, UVM, Yale)

Houghton, George H. Photographs 1861-1863., 83 items. Images of Vermont soldiers, camps, etc. (Source: UVM)

Howe, John Jr. Report relative to state aid for soldier's families, in Vermont, from September 1, 1862, to September 1, 1863. Montpelier, Vermont: Freeman Printing Establishment, 1863. (Source: UVM)

Hoyt, William Henry. Diary. (Source: UVM)

Hyde, Melvin J. In The Field. Newport, VT : Vermont Civil War Enterprises , 1999. (Source: NMCWM, UVM)

Irwin, Richard B. History of the Nineteenth Army Corps. New York: Putnam's Sons, 1892. (1985 Reprint) (Source: UVM, Dartmouth, McGill)

Irwin, Richard. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Jackson, William H. Time Exposure: The Autobiography of William Henry Jackson, Profusely Illustrated with Photographs, Paintings, and Drawings by the Author. NY: Putnam's, 1940. (Source: UVM, SUNYP, McGill)

Jacobson, Marica D., compiler. Letters from Cassius F. Newell, private, Co.A, 6th Vt. Regiment, October, 1861-July, 1862 written from Army Posts in Virginia to members of his family in Charlotte, Vermont. (Source: UVM)

Janes, Henry. Letterbook (1861-1865, 752p). (Source: UVM)

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

Jocelyn, Stephen Perry, Mostly Alkali, Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1953. (Source: Norwich, UVM, Harvard)

Kelly, John T. Papers. (Source: UVM)

Kinchen, Oscar A. Daredevils of the Confederate Army: The Story of the St. Albans raiders. Boston: Christopher Publishing House, 1959. 171 p. (Source: Norwich, UVM, Dartmouth, SUNYP, McGill)

King, Lorentio H. Papers. (Source: UVM)

Lane, E. H. The soldiers' record of Jericho, Vermont. Published by vote of the town. Burlington: R.S. Styles, 1868. Reprinted, 2001, Vermont Civil War Enterprises. (Source: UVM, Columbia, LOC, Stanford)

Lawson, Rev. Kenneth E. Vermont Chaplains in the Civil War (Derby Historical Society, 2015) (Source: Castleton, Norwich, UVM, ACPL, WHS)

Leach, Chester K. "Dear Wife" : the Civil War letters of Chester K. Leach, compiled by Edward J. Feidner. Burlington, Vt. : Center for Research on Vermont, University of Vermont, 2002. (Source: BCVT, Norwich, UVM)

Leach, Chester K. Letters 1861-1864. (Source: UVM)

Leslie, Warren S. Letters 1862-1863. (Source: UVM)

Lillie, Harvey. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Limoge, Sue. Vermont Soldiers in the Civil War. Morrisville, Vt.: Rienzi Press, 1995. (Source: UVM)

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

McFarland, Moses. Some experiences of the Eighth Vermont west of the Mississippi. Morrisville, Vt. News and Citizen, 1896. (Source: UVM)

McFarland, Moses. Some incidents touching the Battle of the Cotton. Morrisville, Vt. News and Citizen, 1896. (Source: UVM)

McFarland, Moses. The eighth Vermont in the Battle of Cedar Creek. Hyde Park, Vt. Lamoille Publishing Co., 1897. (Source: UVM, VHS)

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)

Meigs, Henry Benjamin. A day in Virginia October 9, 1902, by 41 members of the 13th Vermont Regiment Association. 1903. (Source: UVM)

Metcalf, R. D. A sermon delivered at Fairfield, Vermont on Sunday, May 26, 1889. Montpelier, Vt.: Union Card Company, 1889. (Source: UVM)

Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Commandery of the State of Vermont. In the matter of the application of Dr. William Seward Webb for admission to the Military order of the loyal legion of the United States. Brief for applicant, by Lieut. Henry Ballard, U.S. V., for the committee of the Vermont commandery. (Source: UVM)

Newell, Cassius F. Letters from Cassius F. Newell, private, Co. A, 6th Vt. Regiment, October, 1861-July, 1862 written from Army Posts in Virginia to members of his family in Charlotte, Vermont. Compiled by Marcia D. Jacobson. (Source: UVM)

Newfane (Vermont) Soldiers' Monument Association. Dedication of Soldiers' monument at Newfane, Vermont, May 30, 1916. Rutland: Marble City Press, 1916. (Source: UVM)

Ninth Regiment Infantry. Clothing ledger for Company H, 1862-1864. (Source: UVM)

Parker, Moses A. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Perkins, Hiram E. Papers. (Source: UVM)

Petrie, William H. Papers. (Source: 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)

Pingree, Samuel Everett. An oration before the Re-union Society of Vermont Officers, in the representative's hall, Montpelier, Vt., November 7th, 1872. Montpelier, Vt.: Polands' Steam Printing Establishment, 1871. (Source: LOC, UVM)

Post, Herman A. Diary (1863). (Source: UVM)

Randall, George H. Letters, Oct 1861 - Jun 1862. (Source: UVM)

Remington, Jonathan. Letters, Oct 1861 - March 1865. (Source: UVM)

Reunion Society of Vermont Officers. Addresses before the Reunion Society of Vt. Officers and the First Vermont Cavalry Reunion Society, Nov. 4th and 5th, 1874. Burlington: Free Press Steam Job Printing House, 1874. (Source: UVM)

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, William Young Warren. Vermont Riflemen in the War for the Union, l86l to l865: A History of Company F, First United States Sharp Shooters. Rutland: Tuttle, 1883. Facsimile reprint, 1981. (Source: UVM, Norwich, Columbia)

Robie, Edward W. Letters, Jan 1861 - May 1863. (Source: UVM)

Rollins, E. E. The memorial record of the soldiers who enlisted from Greensboro, Vermont, to aid in subduing the great rebellion 1861-5, accompanied by a brief history of each regiment that left the state. Montpelier: Freeman printing house, 1868. (Source: UVM, Italo, LOC, Stanford)

Rous, David G. The soldier monuments: Civil War commemoration in Vermont. M.A. Thesis, 2000. (Source: UVM)

Rutherford, Joseph Case. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Rutland Courier, 1861-1865. (Source: UVM, Periodicals)

Savage, R. A. The memorial record of the soldiers, from Stowe, Vermont, who fought for our government, during the rebellion of 1861-5. Montpelier, Vt.: Freeman Steam Printing Establishment, 1867. (Source: LOC, UVM)

Sawyer, Albert F. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Scheirson, Eric, ed. The Private Letters and Diaries of Captain Hall. Glendale, Ca.: The London Book Co., 1974. (Source: Norwich, UVM, Cornell, Harvard)

Schwenk, David E. Glory to God, glory to God, See the Vermonters Go It. A Brief History of the Second Vermont Brigade. St. Albans, 1990. (Source: UVM, VHS)

Scott, Erastus. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

Shepard, William A. The hospital that became a college: Sloan U.S. Army General Hospital, Montpelier, Vermont. Northfield: Norwich University Press, 1983. (Source: Norwich, UVM)

Smith, H. P. & W. S. Rann. History of Rutland County Vermont. Syracuse, N.Y.: D. Mason & Co., 1886. (Source: UVM, NEHGS, Wheaton, WHS)

Smith, H. P. History of Addison County Vermont , with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. Syracuse, N.Y., D. Mason & co., 1886. Locaton: MC. (Source: Castleton, SMCC, UVM, McGill)

Smith, William F. Correspondence. University of Vermont Special Collections Library. (Source: UVM)

Smith, William F. From Chattanooga to Petersburgh: a Contribution to the History of the War, and a Personal Vindication. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1893. (Source: Norwich, UVM, SUNYP, McGill)

Smith, William F. The Re-Opening of the Tennessee River near Chattanooga, October, 1863, as Related by Major General George H. Thomas and the Official Record.. Wilmington: Press of Mercantile Printing Co., 1895. (Source: UVM, USMA)

Sparrow, Bradford P. Letters and diary Aug 1863 - Jun 1865. (Source: UVM)

Sprague, George Franklin. Soldiers' record: town of Craftsbury, Vermont, 1861-1865. Craftsbury?, 1914. (Source: LOC, UVM)

Stone, Charles B. Diary. (Source: UVM)

Sumner, Samuel. Letters (1861 - Jun 1862, 5 folders). (Source: UVM)

Tunnell, Ted, ed. Carpetbagger from Vermont: The Autobiography of Marshall Harvey Twitchell. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1989. (Source: UVM)

Tunnell, Ted, ed. Edge of the Sword: The Ordeal of Carpetbagger Marshall H. Twitchell in the Civil War and Reconstruction. Baton Rouge: Louisiana Press University, 2001. (Source: Castleton, Dartmough, UVM, McGill)

Unknown. Programme of the public exercises upon the occassion of the dedication of the Vermont monuments, at Gettysburg, Pa., October 9th, 1889. Burlington, Vt.: Free Press Association, 1889. (Source: UVM)

Unknown. Vermont, Her Men, and the Civil War. Colchester, Vt.: Saint Michaels College, 1991. (Source: UVM)

Veazey, Wheelock G. An Oration Before the Reunion Society of Vermont Officers in the Representatives' Hall, Montpelier, Vt. October 5th, 1866. Rutland: Tuttle, Gay and Company, 1866. (Source: Harvard, LOC, UVM)

Vermont Adjutant General's Office. Gettysburg celebration bulletins, describing the arrangements for a special train from Vermont to Gettysburg, Pa., for the 50th reunion of Battle of Gettysburg veterans, 1913. (Source: UVM)

Vermont Adjutant General's Office. Tabular statement showing the amount due from the state of Vermont, to soldiers in the late war for the suppression of the rebellion Montpelier: Freeman Steam Printing House and Bindery, 1873. (Source: UVM)

Vermont Infantry, 7th Regt., 1862-1866. Proceedings at the first and second reunions. Roster and roll of surviving members. New York: American Bank Note Co., 1883. (Source: Fletcher, Norwich, UVM, NYPL)

Vermont Quartermaster General. Report of the Quartermaster General in compliace with an act entitled "an act in relation to supplies for the Vermont troops," approved Oct. 18, 1861. ?, 1861. (Source: CSL, UVM)

Vermont, Adjtuant and Inspector General's Office. Register of commissioned officers of the Vermont Volunteers, in the service of the United States. Montpelier: Walton's Steam Press, 1863. (Source: CSL, Harvard, Norwich, UVM)

Volante, Stephen. A picture on which I love to look: a Union soldier observes the Civil War in Louisiana. (Rufus Kinsley). ?, 1999. (Source: UVM)

Walker, Mildred. The Quarry. University of Nebraska Press, 1995. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and Co., 1947. (Source: CSL, Dartmouth, FLP, LOC, UVM.)

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)

Watts, Isaac N. Civil War Letters. (Source: UVM)

Wells, William. Papers. (Source: UVM)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Benjamin Alvord" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, pp. 2) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Benjamin Stone Roberts" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, pp. 280-281) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Charles Camp Doolittle" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, p. 50) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Charles Edward Hovey" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, pp. 173-174) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Edwin Henry Stoughton" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, p. 324) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Ethan Allen Hitchcock" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, pp. 169-170) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "George Crockett Strong" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, p. 324) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "George Jerrison Stannard" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, p. 318) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "George Wright" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, pp. 379-380) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Israel Bush Richardson" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, p. 278) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Joel Allen Dewey" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, pp. 99-100) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "John Curtis Caldwell" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, p. 50) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "John Wolcott Phelps" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, p. 258) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Joseph Anthony Mower" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, p. 238) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Lewis Addison Grant" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, pp. 137-138) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Robert Cowdin" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, p. 79) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Seldon Connorl" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, pp. 72-73) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Stephen Thomas" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, p. 338) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Stewart Van Vliet" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, p. 351) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Thomas Edward Greenfield Ransom" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, p. 50) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "Truman Seymour" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, pp. 295-296) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "William Babcock Hazen" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, pp. 165-166) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "William Farrar Smith" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, pp. 313-314) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Welsh, Jack D., M.D. "William Thomas Harbaugh Brooks" Medical Histories of Union Generals, (Kent State University Press, Kent, OH, 1996, pp. 39) (Source: UVM, NYSL, McGill)

Westford (Vt.). Dedication of the soldiers' monument at Westford, Vermont July 4, 1912, 1.30 p.m.. (Source: UVM)

Wheeler, Henry O. Correspondence. (Source: UVM)

White, Homer. The Norwich cadets: a tale of the rebellion. Northfield: Republished by Alumni, members of the Inter-City Norwich Club of Barre and Montpelier, 1913. Reprinted, 2001, Vermont Civil War Enterprises. (Source: Dartmouth, LOC, UVM, Norwich, VSC)

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

Wilson, Mark Curtis. Patriots in blue: Civil War letters of the Mark E. Rogers family of Fairfax, Vermont. West Lafayette, Ind.:M. C. Wilson, 1987. (Source: FHS, LOC, UVM)

Wilson, Nancy D., editor Shouts & Whispers : the Civil War correspondence of D.D. Priest of Mount Holly, Vermont (Manchester: Shires Press, 2011) (Source: Castleton, Norwich, UVM, BYU, Stanford)

Wood, Seymour H. Roster of survivors of the First Regiment Vermont Cavalry with brief historical sketch of regiment and re-union society St. Albans, Vt.: ?, 1902. (Source: UVM)

Yale, John L. Military papers. (Source: UVM)