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The Rebellion; its the American Civil War. 831 Barker (J). Consequences, and the Congressional Com- London, 1870. mittee, denominated the Reconstruction Committee, with their Action. By Investigator (Jacob Barker). 8vo. pp. 242, half 2 00 bound. New Orleans, 1866. 832 Barnard (J. G.) The C. S. A. and the Battle of Bull Run. With five maps. New York, 1862. 8vo. pp. 136.

847 Bessie and Raymond; or, Incidents the Boston, connected with the Civil War in 12mo. pp. 411. 50 United States.

2.00 833 Barnard (J. G.) and Barry (W. F.) Report of the Engineer and Artillery Operations of the Army of the Potomac, from its Organization to the Close of the Peninsula Campaign. Large folding maps. 8vo. pp. 230. New York, 1863.


848 Bickham (W. D.) Rosecrans' CamA Narpaign with the Fourteenth Army Corps; or, the Army of the Cumberland. rative of Personal Observations, with an 12mo. pp. 465. CincinAppendix of Official Reports of the Battle 2.00 of Stone River. nati, 1863.

849 Bill Arp, so called, a Side Show of 2 50 the Southern Side of the War. Plates. 1 00 the 18mo. pp. 204. New York, 1866. 850 Bishop (A. W.) Loyalty on A Catalogue of Books Frontier; or, Sketches of Union Men of the South-west, with Incidents and Adventures in the Rebellion on the Border. 12mo. pp. 228. St. Louis, 1863.

834 Bartlett (John R.) The Literature of the Rebellion. and Pamphlets relating to the Civil War in the U. S., American Slavery, etc. 8vo. pp. 477, boards, uncut. Boston, 1866. 5 00 835 Bartlett (Gen. Wm. Francis, of Mass.). Memoirs of, with Details of his Services during the War, with the 20th 309. Boston, 16mo. Mass., etc. 1 50 Battle of 8vo. pp. 2 75



836 Bates (Samuel P.) The



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837 Another copy. 838 Bates (Samuel P.) Illustrated. Gettysburgh. Philadelphia, 1875.

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The Battle of
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839 Battle-Fields of the South, from Bull Run to Fredericksburg; with Sketches of Confederate Commanders, and Gossip of the Camp. By an English Combatant. 2 vols. 12mo. London, 1863.

3 00 840 Beall (John Y.) Trial of, as a Spy and Guerrillero, by Military Commission. 8vo. pp. 94. New York, 1865.


841 Beauregard (Gen. P. G. T.) The Military Operations of, in the War between the States; including a brief Personal Sketch, and a Narrative of his Services in the War with Mexico, 184648. By Alfred Roman. 2 vols. 8vo. New 7.00 York, 1884.

843 Beecher (Henry W.) Oration at the Raising of the Old Flag at Sumter, and Sermon on the Death of Lincoln. 12mo. pp. 57. Manchester, 1865.


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Wanderings 854 Bokum (Hermann). North and South. A Refugee's Testimony. 50 Sketches of East Tennessee Life. 8vo. pp. 73. Philadelphia, 1864.

855 Book (The) for the Nation and the Times. By a Citizen U. S. N. A. 12mo. pp. 64, paper. Philadelphia, 1864.


856 Botts (John Minor). The Great Rebellion. Its Secret History, Rise, Prog12mo. pp. ress, and Disastrous Failure. 2.00 402. New York, 1866.

857 Boutwell (George S.) Speeches and 12mo. pp. 628. papers relating to the Rebellion and the Overthrow of Slavery. Boston, 1867.

1 50 Echoes from 858 Boyden (Anna L.) Hospital and White House. A Record of 1 25 Mrs. Rebecca R. Pomroy's Experience in War times. 12mo. pp. 250.

859 Boynton (Charles B.) The History War and of the Navy during the Rebellion. Illustrated with portraits, plates, and maps. 2 vols. 8vo. New York, 1868.

844 Beecher (Henry W.) Emancipation. 8vo. pp. 31, paper. Philadelphia, 1861.

845 Belle Scott. a Tale for the Crisis. bus, 1856.


Liberty Overthrown; 12mo. pp. 426. Colum

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860 Boynton (H. V.) Sherman's Historical Raid. The Memoirs in the Light of Based upon Compilations Historical Account made from the Files at the War Office.


the Record.

846 Bernard (M.)
of the Neutrality of Great Britain during | 8vo. Cincinnati, 1875.


861 Brackett (Albert G.) History of the United States Cavalry, from the formation of the Federal Government to the 1st of June, 1863; with a List of all the Cavalry Regiments and of their Commanders in the Service since the breaking out of the Rebellion. 12mo. pp. 337. New York, 1865. 1 50

862 Brearley (W. H.) Recollections of the East Tennessee Campaign. Battle of Campbell Station, on November 16, 1863, and the Siege of Knoxville, November 17 -December 5, 1863. 8vo. pp. 48, paper. Detroit, 1871.


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864 Brewer (Edward Hamilton). Life of. Lately a Soldier in the Army of the Potomac. By Jeremiah Taylor. 16mo. pp. 140. Boston, 1863. 75

865 Bristed (C. A.) Now is the Time to Settle it. Suggestions on the Present Crisis. 12mo. pp. 24, paper. N. Y., 1862. 35 866 Britton (Wiley). Memoirs of the Rebellion on the Border. 1863. 12mo. pp. 458. Chicago, 1882. 2 00

867 Brockett (L. P.) The Camp, BattleField, and Hospital; or, Lights and Shadows of the Great Rebellion, Adventures of Spies and Scouts, etc. 8vo. pp. 512. Philadelphia, 1866.



868 Brockett (L. P.) and Vaughn (Mary C.) Woman's Work in the Civil War. Record of Heroism, Patriotism, and Patience. 16 steel portraits. 8vo. pp. 799. Philadelphia, 1867.


869 Brockway (Capt. Chas. B.) A Soldier's Sentiments. 8vo. pp. 15,




870 Brown (C. D.) Battle Fields Revisited. Grant's Chattanooga Campaign. A Horseback Ride from Chattanooga to Atlanta. 16mo. pp. 128, paper. Kalamazoo. 25 871 Brown (Francis F., Editor). Bugle

Echoes. A Collection of Famous Poems of the Civil War, Northern and Southern. 12mo. New York, 1886. 2.00

872 Brown (John). Report of the Select Committee appointed to Inquire into the Late Invasion and Seizure of the Public Property at Harper's Ferry. 8vo. pp. 255. Washington, 1860. 1 00 873 Browne (Dunn). Experiences in the Array. Portrait. 12mo. pp. 390. Boston, 1866.

Secessia; Adventures within and Beyond the Union Lines, embracing many Facts, Incidents, and Romances of the War. 8vo. pp. 450. Hartford, 1865. 1775


875 Brownlow (W. G.) Sketches of the Rise, Progress, and Decline of Secession; with a Narrative of Personal Adventures among the Rebels. Portrait and illustra12mo. pp. 458. Phila., 1862. 1 25 876 Buchanan (James). The Administration on the Eve of the Rebellion. A History of Four Years before the War. 8vo. pp. 296. New York, 1806. 1 50

877 Bullock (J. D.) The Secret Service of the Confederate States in Europe; or, How the Confederate Cruisers were equipped. 2 vols. 8vo. N. Y., 1883. 5 00

878 Burnham (Capt. G. P.) Memoirs of the United States Secret Service. 12mo. Pp. 436. Boston, 1872. 1 50 879 Burnside (Ambrose E.) By Augustus Woodbury. Small 4to. pp. 97, paper. Providence, 1882. 75

880 Burnside (Ambrose E.) The Burnside Expedition. Small 4to. pp. 33, paper. Providence, 1882.


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890 VOL. 9. Cox (Jacob D.) The Campaign of Atlanta. pp. 274.

891 VOL. 10. Cox (Jacob D.) The March to the Sea: Franklin and Nashville. pp. 265.

892 VOL. 11. POND (George E.) The Shen1 50 andoah Valley in 1864. The Campaign of

874 Browne (Junius H.) Four Years in | Sheridan. pp. 287.

893. VOL. 12. HUMPHREYS (Andrew A.) The Campaigns of Grant in Virginia. pp. 451. 894 VOL. 13. PHISTERER (Fredk.) Statis

tical Record of the Armies of the United States. pp. 343.

895 Cannon (John). History of Grant's Campaign for the Capture of Richmond, 1864-1865. With an Outline of the previous

Course of the American Civil War. 12mo.
3 50
896 Capen (Nahum). The Indissoluble
Nature of the American Union.
8vo. pp.
36, paper. Boston, 1862.

pp. 470. London, 1869.

909 Conkling (Henry). An Inside View of the Rebellion, and American Citizen's Text Book. 8vo. pp. 22, paper. Chicago, 1864.



910 Connecticut. 2d R. V. H. A. (Theo. F.) History of the Second Connecticut Volunteer Heavy Artillery. Originally the Nineteenth Connecticut Vols. 12mo. pp. 366. Winsted, 1868.

2.50 911 Conn. Annual Report of the Adjutant-General, April 1, 1863. 8vo. pp. 333, 1.00 paper. Hartford, 1863.

912 Conn. Camp (H. W.) The Knightly 25 Soldier. A Biography of Major Henry Ward Camp, Tenth Connecticut Volunteers. By Rev. H. Clay Trumbull. Portrait and 25 illustrations. 12mo. pp. 385. Boston. 1 00

897 Carey (H. C.) The Resources of the Union. 8vo. pp. 26, paper. Philadelphia,


898 Carey (H. C.) Shall we have Peace? Peace Financial and Peace Political. 8vo. pp. 66, paper. Philadelphia, 1869. 35

899 Carpenter (F. B.) Six Months at the White House with Abraham Lincoln. 16mo. pp. 359. New York, 1866. 1 00 900 Centz (P. C.) Davis and Lee: a Protest against the Attempt of the Yankee Radical to have them and the other Confederate Chiefs murdered. 8vo. pp. 80, paper. London, 1865. 125

901 Champlin (John D.) Young Folks' History of the War for the Union. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 593. N. Y., 1881. 2 00 902 Chattanooga. The Battles around. Map. 12mo. pp. 20. Chattanooga, n. d. 35 903 Chesney (Capt. C. C.) A Military View of recent Campaigns in Virginia and Maryland. Maps. 2 vols. 12mo. London,


904 Chesney (Chas. C.) tary Biography. 12mo. York, 1874.


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917 Cory (Eugene A.) A Private's Recollections of Fredericksburg. Small 4to. PP. 28.

Providence, 1884.

60 5 00 918 Cox (Jacob D.) The Second Battle Essays in Mili- of Bull Run, as connected with the FitzJohn Porter Case. 16mo. pp. 124. Cinpp. 398. cinnati, 1882. 1 00 Celebrated Union Spy and Scout. By F. 919 Cushman (Pauline). Life of, the L. Sarmiento. 12mo. pp. 374. Philadelphia, n. d.

905 Chevalier (M. M.) France, Mexico, and the Confederate States. 8vo. pp. 16. New York, 1863.


906 Chittenden (L. E.) Report of the Debate and Proceedings of the Secret Sessions of the Conference Convention for proposing Amendments to the Constitution, Feb., 1861. 8vo. pp. 626. New York, 1864. 2 75

907 Coffin (Charles C.) Four Years of Fighting. A Volume of Personal Observation with the Army and Navy, from the first Battle of Bull Run to the Fall of Richmond. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 558. Boston,



908 Coffin (Charles C.) Following the Flag from August, 1861, to November, 1862, with the Army of the Potomac. 12mo. pp. 336. Boston, 1865. 1 25


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928 Dean (Henry Clay). Crimes of the Civil War, and Curse of the Funding System. 8vo. pp. 539. Balti., 1869.


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944 Duganne (A. J. H.) Camps and Prisons. Twenty Months in the Department of the Gulf. Illustrated. 424. New York, 1865.

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945 Duganne (A. J. H.) The Fighting Quakers. A True Story of the War for our Union. 12mo. pp. 116. New York, 1866.

929 Delaware. Report of the Committee of the General Assembly, with their Journal and the Testimony taken before them in regard to the Interference by United States Troops with the General Election held in the State on November 4, 1862. 8vo. pp. 368. Dover, 1863. 2.00 930 Denslow (V. B.) Fremont and 946 Duke (Basil W.) History of MorMcClellan; their Political and Military gan's Cavalry. Portrait. Careers Reviewed. 8vo. pp. 31. Yonkers, Cincinnati, 1867.


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8vo. pp. 578. 2.00 25 947 Early (Jubal A.) Address before the Southern Historical Society. 8vo. pp. 44. Baltimore, 1873.

931 Devil (The) in Dixie. [By Rev. G. W. Lloyd.] 12mo. pp. 76. 1865.

New York.

932 Diary of a Southern Refugee during the War. By a Lady of Virginia. 12mo. pp. 360. New York, 1867.

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933 Dickson (Wm. M.) That we have Peace, we must now make War. 8vo. pp. 31, paper. Cincinnati, 1863.


934 Diplomatic (The) Year: being a Review of Mr. Seward's Foreign Correspondence of 1862. By a Northern Man. 8vo. pp. 71. Philadelphia, 1863.



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949 Early (Jubal A.) A Memoir of the last year of the War for Independence in the Confederate States of America. 8vo. pp. 112, paper. New Orleans, 1867. 1 00

950 Echoes from the South. Compris ing the most important Speeches, Procla mations, and Public Acts emanating from the South during the late War. 12mo. pp.

935 Dodge (Theo. A.) A Bird's Eye 211. New York, 1866. View of Our Civil War. Maps. 8vo. pp. 346. Boston, 1883.

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951 Edmonds (S. Emma E.) Nurse and Spy in the Union Army. Comprising the Adventures and Experiences of a Woman in Hospitals, Camps, and Battle-fields. Illus. 8vo. pp. 384. Hartford, 1866. 1 50

952 Edwards (John E.) The Confederate Soldier; being a Memorial Sketch of George N. and Bustrod W. Harris, Privates in the Confederate Army. 12mo. pp. 139. New York, 1868.

3 00 936 Dodge (Theo. A.) The Campaign of Chancellorsville. 4 large maps. 8vo. pp. 261. Boston, 1881. 3 00 937 Dostie (A. P.) Life of; or, The Conflict in New Orleans. By Emily H. Reed. 12mo. pp. 375. N. Y., 1868. 125 938 Doubleday (Abner). Reminiscences of Forts Sumter and Moultrie in 1860-61. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 184. New York, 1876. 1 00 939 Dougherty (Dan'l). The Peril of the Republic the Fault of the People. 954 Effect (The) of Secession upon the 8vo. pp. 28, paper. Philadelphia, 1863. 25 Commercial Relations between the North


953 Edwards (John N.) Shelby and his Men; or, the War in the West. Portrait. 8vo. pp. 551. Cincinnati, 1867. 1 50

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957 Estvan (B.) War Pictures from the South. 12mo. pp. 352. N. Y., 1863. 1 50 958 Everett (Edward). Address at the Consecration of the National Cemetery at Gettysburg. Map of the Battle-field, etc. 8vo. pp. 88, paper. Boston, 1864. 50 959 Another edition. 8vo. pp. 48. New York, 1863. 40

960 Everett (Edward). The Great Issues now before the Country. An Oration delived in New York, July 4, 1861. 12mo. pp. 48, paper. New York, 1861. 35 961 Everett (Edward). Account of the Fund for the Relief of East Tennessee. 8vo. pp. 99. Boston, 1864.


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974 Fowler (William Chauncey). The Sectional Controversy; or, Passages in the Political History of the United States, including the Causes of the War between the 962 Ewing (Maj.-Gen. Thos., Jr.) Speech Sections, with Certain Results. 8vo. pp. before the Convention of Union Soldiers | 269. New York, 1863. and Sailors, July 4, 1868. 8vo. pp. 20. paper. n. p., n. d.



975 Franklin (Maj.-Gen. William B.) A Reply of, to the Report of Joint Commit963 Falling Flag (The). Evacuation of tee of Congress on the Conduct of the War. Richmond. Retreat and Surrender at Ap- Map. 8vo. pp. 31. New York, 1863. 1 00 pomattox. By an Officer of the Rear-Guard. 976 Fremantle (Lieut.-Col.) Three 12mo. pp. 67. New York, 1874. 50 Months in the Southern States, April-June, 1863. 12mo. pp. 309. N. Y., 1864. 150

964 Fallows (Samuel.). The Grand Army Manual and Soldiers' Citizen Handbook. Embracing the Aims, Organization, and History of the Grand Army of the Republic, Rules, Regulations, Services, etc. Illustrated. 16mo. pp. 402, paper. Chicago, 1883.



965 Farrer (C. C. S.) The War. Causes and Consequences. 12mo. pp. 260. Cairo, Ill., 1864. 100

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967 Fitch (John). Annals of the Army of the Cumberland. Comprising Biographies, Accounts of Expeditions, Skirmishes, and Battles. Also its Police Record. Together with Anecdotes, Incidents, etc. 11lustrated. Svo. pp. 716. Philadelphia, 2 75 968 Flanders (Henry). Must the War go on? 8vo. pp. 31. Phila., 1863. 969 Force (M. F.) Carolina. An Address. cinnati, 1883. 970 Foote (H. S.) The War of the Rebellion; or, Scylla and Charybdis. Consisting of Observations upon the Causes,




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980 Fry (Jas. B.) McDowell and Tyler in the Campaign of Bull Run, 1861. 12mo. pp. 63. New York, 1884.



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983 Gardner (Daniel). Treatise on the Marching Across Law of the American Rebellion. 8vo. pp. 8vo. pp. 18. Cin-20, paper. New York, 1862.

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