Wisconsin in the Civil War: A Bibliography

This resource describes books that focus on the involvement of Wisconsin in the Civil War, ranging from memoirs and published letters to regimental histories and honor rolls. It is updated annually and is as comprehensive as possible. All books are available for use at the WVM Research Center, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., or by special appointment.

The books are organized into the following categories, and then by regimental number:

Artillery

Cavalry

Infantry

Miscellaneous

The WVM Research Center actively seeks to expand its collection of books concerning Wisconsin in the Civil War and would like to find out about any that are not listed below. If you know of any, please contact us at (608) 267-1790 or veterans.museum@dva.state.wi.us.

Artillery


First Wisconsin Heavy Artillery Battery
Hubbell, Richtmyer and Newman, Marc. Potomac diary: a soldier's account of
the capital in crisis, 1864-1865. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia Pub., 2000.

Fifth Wisconsin Light Artillery Battery
Roth, Nathan. Farm boys, artillery men: the history of Green County's 5th
Battery of Wisconsin Independent Light Artillery in the Civil War. Monroe,
WI: N. Roth, 1997.

Sixth Wisconsin Light Artillery Battery
Keene, Henry S. History of the 6th Wisconsin Battery: with roster of officers
and members; also proceedings of Battery reunions, speeches, & c.
Lancaster, WI: Herald Book and Job Rooms, 1879.


Cavalry


First Wisconsin Cavalry
First Wisconsin Cavalry Association. Registry. Milwaukee, WI: First Wisconsin
Cavalry Association, 1889.

Goodrich, Charles Perry and Larsen, Richard N. Letters Home From the 1st
Wisconsin Cavalry, 1862-1865. Oregon, WI: R.N. Larsen, 1990s.

Harnden, Henry. The Capture of Jefferson Davis: A Narrative of the Part Taken
By Wisconsin Troops. Madison: Tracy, Gibbs & Co., Printers, 1899.

Seely, Clark W. and Larsen, Richard N. Clark W. Seely, late of Company D, 1st
Wisconsin Cavalry: life of a private in the Civil War: including Seely's account of the
death of Confederate General Tyler at West Point and his wounding by Michican [sic]
troops during the capture of Jefferson Davis. Oregon, WI: R.N. Larsen, 1990s.

Second Wisconsin Cavalry
Ferris, Antoinette Barnum and Griffin, Michael. A Soldier’s Souvenir, or, The
Terrible Experiences of Lieut. L. L. Lancaster, of the Second Wisconsin
Cavalry: A Martyr to the Cause of Truth and Justice, Compromising Short
Biographical Sketches. Eau Claire, WI: Pauly Bros., Printers, 1896.

West, Emmet C. History and reminiscences of the Second Wisconsin Cavalry
Regiment. Portage, WI: State Register Print, 1904.

Third Wisconsin Cavalry
Cies, Richard Emerson and Hawkins, Constance McIntire. Too Soon Forgotten:
A Civil War Story Based Upon the Original Letters of Spencer Viall, 3rd
Regiment Wisconsin Volunteers and the 6th U.S. Cavalry, 1861-1863.
Ocala, FL: Special Publications, 1994. (Fiction)

Mallery, James P. and Schantz, John R. and Brophy, Patrick. Found No
Bushwhackers: The 1864 Diary of Sgt. James P. Mallery, Company A,
Third Wisconsin Cavalry, Stationed at Balltown, MO. Nevada, MO:
Vernon County Historical Society, 1988.

Porter, Charles W. and Brophy, Patrick. In the Devils Dominions: A Union
Soldier’s Adventures in “Bushwhacker Country.” Nevada, MO:
Bushwhacker Museum, 1998.

Fourth Wisconsin Cavalry (see also Fourth Wisconsin Infantry)
Culver, Newton H. Brevet Major Isaac N. Earl: A Noted Scout of the Department
of the Gulf. Madison, WI, 1917.

Martin, Michael J. A History of the Wisconsin Fourth Infantry and Cavalry in
the Civil War. New York: Savas Beatie, 2006.

Starr, Sidney S. and Flint, Jeremiah E. Recruiting trip up the Apple River / by
Sidney S. Starr. History of the 4th Regiment / Adj. Gen Report, 1866.
Jerry Flint letters, 1861-1866. Reunion pre 1900, Roster Company G,
Fourth Wisconsin Volunteers. Wisconsin?: s.n., 2000-2008.

Wood, Gordon S. and Wood-Parshall, Juliann and Barton, Clara. Dear
Beloved Wife: No More at Present, Albert A. Plumb: Love Letters From the
Civil War. United States?: G. S. Wood, 2002.


Infantry


First Wisconsin Infantry
Hastreiter, Robert. Wisconsin in War, 1861-1898. Wisconsin?: s.n., 1898.

Hetzel, Bev. 1st Infantry Company I (3 months) Civil War Reunion Held at
Plankton House in Milwaukee, June 9, 1886. West Bend, WI: Bev Hetzel,
2009.

Second Wisconsin Infantry
Gaff, Alan D. If This is War: A History of the Campaign of Bull’s Run by the
Wisconsin Regiment Thereafter Known as the Ragged Ass Second.
Dayton, OH: Morningside, 1991.

Hetzel, Bev. Wisconsin 2nd Infantry Civil War Soldiers who were Prisoners at
Salisbury Prison. West Bend, WI: Bev Hetzel, 2000s.

Otis, George H. and Gaff, Alan D. The Second Wisconsin Infantry. Dayton OH:
Press of Morningside Bookshop, 1984.

Solyntjes, Eugene C. and Solyntjes, Linda M. The Search for Corporal Dow.
Manchester, CT: Precision Shooting, 2006.

White, Jonathan and Rowan, Frances Dugger. Diary of a Soldier, Jonathan
White: 2nd Wisconsin Vols, Civil War, 1862. Bishop, CA: F. D. Rowan,
1996.

Third Wisconsin Infantry
Bryant, Edwin E. History of the Third Regiment of Wisconsin Veteran Volunteer
Infantry 1861-1865. Madison: Veteran Association of the Regiment,
1891.

Hinkley, Julian Wisner. A Narrative of Service with the Third Wisconsin
Infantry. Madison: Wisconsin History Commission, 1912.

Meffert, W. C. An Incident of the Battle of Chancellorsville. Janesville, WI: E. O.
Kimberly, 1908.

Roessler, Jack. By Foot to Glory. Eau Claire, WI: Jack Roessler, 1981

Willard, Van R. and Raab, Steven S. With the 3rd Wisconsin Badgers: The
Living Experience of the Civil War Through the Journals of Van R. Willard.
First Edition, Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 1999.

Fourth Wisconsin Infantry (see also Fourth Wisconsin Cavalry)
Goc, Michael J. Hero of the Red River: The Life and Times of Joseph Bailey.
Friendship, WI: New Past Press, 2007.

Hughes, George R. and Larsen, Richard. George R. Hughes Diary, Co. G, 4th
Wisconsin Volunteers. Oregon, WI: R. Larsen, 2002.

Martin, Michael J. A History of the Wisconsin Fourth Infantry and Cavalry in
the Civil War. New York: Savas Beatie, 2006.

Paine, Halbert E. and Hyde, Samuel C. A Wisconsin Yankee in Confederate
Bayou Country: The Civil War Reminiscences of a Union General. Baton
Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2009.

Starr, Sidney S. and Flint, Jeremiah E. Recruiting trip up the Apple River / by
Sidney S. Starr. History of the 4th Regiment / Adj. Gen Report, 1866.
Jerry Flint letters, 1861-1866. Reunion pre 1900, Roster Company G,
Fourth Wisconsin Volunteers. Wisconsin?: s.n., 2000-2008.

Wood, Gordon S. and Wood-Parshall, Juliann and Barton, Clara. Dear
Beloved Wife: No More at Present, Albert A. Plumb: Love Letters From the
Civil War. United States?: G. S. Wood, 2002.

Fifth Wisconsin Infantry
Anderson, James S. and Moore, Dennis R. The Papers of James S. Anderson.
Manitowoc, WI: D. R. Moore, 1989.

Manitowoc County Historical Society. The Flag of Company A, Fifth Wisconsin
Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1925. Manitowoc, WI: Manitowoc County
Historical Society, 1925.

Sixth Wisconsin Infantry
Beaudot, William J. K. and Cheek, Philip. Index, History of the Sauk County
Riflemen, Known as Company “A,” Sixth Wisconsin Veteran Volunteer
Infantry, 1861-1865 S. l.: W. J. K. Baeudot, 1987.

Beaudot, William J. K. and Herdegen, Lance J. An Irishman in the Iron
Brigade: The Civil War Memoirs of James P. Sullivan, Sergt., Company K,
6th Wisconsin Volunteers. New York: Fordham University Press, 1993.

Cheek, Philip and Pointon, Mair. History of the Sauk County Riflemen, Known
as Company “A,” Sixth Wisconsin Veteran Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1865.
Madison: Democrat Print Co., 1909.

Dawes, Rufus R. and Nolan, Alan T. A Full Blown Yankee of the Iron Brigade:
Service with the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers. Lincoln, Nebraska:
University of Nebraska Press, 1999.

Dawes, Rufus R. Service with the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers. Marietta, OH:
E. R. Alderman & Sons, 1890.

Matrau, Henry and Reid-Green, Marcia. Letters Home: Henry Matrau of the
Iron Brigade. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 1998.

Washburn, William H. The Life and Writings of Jerome A. Watrous, Soldier-
Reporter, Adjutant of the Iron Brigade. Wisconsin?: William H.
Washburn, 1992.

---. Jerome A. Watrous, The Civil War Years. Illinois?: William Washburn,
1983-1988.

Seventh Wisconsin Infantry:
Laven, Robert R. The Last Troops of Autumn: A Military History of the Seventh
Volunteer Regiment, 1861-1863. Baltimore, MD: Publish America, 2008.

Morse, William Lowry. Grandad and the Civil War. S. l.: Printed Privately for
the Morse Family and Friends, 1994.

Mouat, Malcolm Palmer. Dr. Henry Palmer, “The Fighting Surgeon,” 1827-
1895. Detroit: Harlo, 1977.

Partridge, George Washington and Whitehorse, Hugh L. Letters from the Iron
Brigade: George Washington Partridge, Jr., 1839-1863: Civil War Letters
to his Sisters. Indianapolis, IN: Guild Press of Indiana, 1994.

Ray, William R. and Herdegen, Lance J. and Murphy, Sherry. Four Years with
the Iron Brigade: The Civil War Journals of William R. Ray, Co. F, Seventh
Wisconsin Infantry. Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press, 2002.

Eighth Wisconsin Infantry
Armitage, Ambrose and Carter, Alden R. Brother to the Eagle: The Civil War
Journal of Sgt. Ambrose Armitage, 8th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry.
Bangor, ME: Booklocker.com, Inc., 2006.

Barrett, J. O. The Soldier Bird. “Old Abe”: The Live War Eagle of Wisconsin,
That Served a Three Years’ Campaign in the Great Rebellion. Madison,
Atwood & Culver, 1876.

---. History of “Old Abe,” The Live War Eagle of the Eighth Regiment Wisconsin
Volunteers. Chicago: O. L. Sewell, 1865.

Dietz, J. Stanley and McCann, Henry. The Story of Old Abe, the War Eagle.
Madison, WI: Democrat Print Co., 1946.

Dodge, Marguerite Cottingham. Old Abe, The Wisconsin War Eagle. Madison?:
M. C. Dodge, 1930.

Driggs, George W. Opening of the Mississippi: Or Two Years’ Campaign in the
South-West. A Record of the Campaigns, Sieges, Actions and Marches in
which the 8th Wisconsin Volunteers have Participated. Madison: W. J.
Park & Co., Printers, 1864.

Flower, Frank Abial. Old Abe, the Eighth Wisconsin War Eagle: A Full Account
of his Capture and Enlistments, Exploits in War and Honorable as well as
Useful Career in Peace. Madison: Curran and Bowen, 1885.

Greene, J. Harvey and Kraynek, Sharon Lee DeWitt. Letters to my Wife: A Civil
War Diary from the Western Front. Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1995.

Henry, Charles H. and Heimstreet, E. B. The History of Old Abe, the War
Eagle: And a Condensed Record of the Eighth Wisconsin Infantry. Lake
Mills?, WI: E. B. Heimstreet?, 1933.

Hetzel, Bev. Wisconsin Eighth Infantry casualties [i.e. casualties] in the Red
River Campaign, 1864 under General Smith. West Bend, WI: Bev Hetzel,
2005.

---. Wisconsin Eighth Infantry killed or wounded at Battle of Bayou Chicot.
West Bend, WI: Bev Hetzel, 2005.

Jackson, James Albert and Jackson, Alice F. and Jackson, Bettina.
Autobiography of James Albert Jackson, Sr., M.D. Madison?: s. n., 1945.

Marsh, Carole. Old Abe: Civil War Eagle. Peachtree City, GA: Gallopade
International, 2002.

Nelson, Charles P. Abe, the War Eagle. Lynn, MA: C. P. Nelson, 1903.

Proceedings of the Reunion of the Eighth Regiment Wis. Vet. Vol. Inf’try: Held at
Milwaukee, June 7th to 12th, 1880. Milwaukee, WI: J. A. Harrison,
Printer, 1880.

Sherwood, Lorraine. “Old Abe,” American Eagle. New York: C. Scribner’s
Sons, 1946.

Wargin, Kathy-Jo and Caple, Laurie A. (Illustrator). The Legend of Old Abe, a
Civil War Eagle. Chelsea, MI: Sleeping Bear Press, 2006. (Juvenile)

Williams, John Melvin. The “Eagle Regiment,” 8th Wis. Inf’ty. Vols. A Sketch of
its Marches, Battles and Campaigns. From 1861to 1865. With a
Complete Regimental and Company roster, and a few portraits and
sketches of its officers and commanders. Belleville, WI: “Recorder” Print,
1890.

Woodworth, John. Reminiscences of 1861-1865. Wisconsin?: s. n., 1887.

Young, Patrick and Kaufmann, John (Illustrator). Old Abe, the Eagle Hero.
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1965. (Juvenile)

Zeitlin, Richard H. Old Abe the War Eagle: A True Story of the Civil War and
Reconstruction. Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1986.

Ninth Wisconsin Infantry
Zimmer, Michael and Macha, Jürgen and Wolf, Andrea. Michael Zimmer's
diary: ein deutsches Tagebuch aus dem Amerikanischen Bürgerkrieg.
Frankfurt and New York: Lang, 2001. (German Book)

Tenth Wisconsin Infantry
Reeve, James Theodore and Reeve, Ann Wartinbee. James Theodore Reeve:
Surgeon, Soldier, Citizen, 1834-1906: A Civil War Commentary.
Appleton, WI: River Oaks, 1999.

Eleventh Wisconsin Infantry
Hetzel, Bev. Wisconsin 11th Infantry Casulaties: Blakely, Alabama 4-9-1864.
West Bend, WI: Bev Hetzel, 2000s.

Reunion of the eleventh and twenty-third regiments of Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry:
held at Madison, Wisconsin, September 15 and 16, 1886, with rosters of the veterans
in attendance. Madison?: s .n., 1886.

Reunion of the Eleventh Regiment, Wisconsin Veteran Volunteer Infantry:
at Madison, Wisconsin July 2d to 5th, 1907, with a roster of the surviving
members of the regiment. Madison: 11th Wis. Reunion Association,
1907.

Wehner, Christopher. The 11th Wisconsin in the Civil War: A Regimental History.
Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2008.

Twelfth Wisconsin Infantry
Company E Association. A tribute of loving respect to the memory of Comrade
Samuel Glyde Swain of Company E, Twelfth Wisconsin Regiment, Veteran
Volunteer Infantry: died at Winona, Minnesota, April 6, 1904.
Wisconsin?: Company E Association, Milton Journal, 1904.

Eno, Edgar and Hillsboro Historical Society. Civil War Letters. Hillsboro, WI:
Hillsboro Historical Society, 1998.

Hetzel, Bev. Wisconsin 12th Infantry deaths reported the year before the 1911
Reunion held in West Bend, Wisconsin, August 29-30-, 1911 by S.G.
Swain, October 29, West Bend, WI: B. Hetzel, 2009.

Nichols, Diane C. and DeLano, William W. and Parish, Nathan. The Oconto
River Sackers: Company F and the 12th Wisconsin Regiment; From a Civil
War Private’s Packet. Oconto, WI: Nichols’ Worth Press, 2002.

Rood, Hosea W. Story of the Service of Company E: and the Twelfth Wisconsin
Regiment, Veteran Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion:
Beginning with September 7th, 1861, and Ending July 21st, 1865.
Milwaukee, WI: Swain & Tate Co., 1893.

Singer, Peggy Miller. The Marching Twelfth: The Story of the Twelfth Wisconsin
Volunteer Infantry Regiment as Told by the Men who Served in it. Bowie,
MD: Heritage Books, 2002.

Thirteenth Wisconsin Infantry
Lovejoy, Daniel B. From Youth to Age: Adventures in a Varied Life. Chicago:
American Authors' Protective Pub. Co., 1894.

Lyon, William Penn and Lyon, Adelia Caroline Duncotabe. Reminiscences of
the civil war; comp. from the war correspondence of Colonel William P.
Lyon and from personal letters and diary by Mrs. Adelia C. Lyon. San
Jose, CA: Press of Muirson & Wright, 1907.

The Badger. The guerrilla chasers, a short history of the Thirteenth Wisconsin
Volunteers. Evansville, WI: Badger Press, 1895.

Fourteenth Wisconsin Infantry
Hetzel, Bev. 14th Civil War Infantry reunion held in Waupaca, Wisconsin, June
1891. West Bend, WI: Bev Hetzel, 2009.

Hetzel, Bev. 14th Civil War Infantry reunion held in Fonddulac [sic], Wisconsin,
April 4-6, 1895. West Bend, WI: Bev Hetzel, 2009.

Magdeburg, Frederick H. Wisconsin at Shiloh, A Report of the Commission.
Madison: Wisconsin Shiloh Monument Commission, 1909.

Newton, James King and Ambrose, Stephen E. A Wisconsin Boy in Dixie: Civil
War Letters of James K. Newton. Madison: University of Wisconsin
Press, 1995.

Tucker, William H. The Fourteenth Wisconsin Vet. Vol. Infantry (General A.J.
Smith's command) in the expedition and battle of Tupelo : also,
wanderings through the wilds of Missouri and Arkansas in pursuit of
Price. Indianapolis: F. E. Engle, 1892.

Wood, Kenneth J. and Magdeburg, Frederick H. Wisconsin at Shiloh, Index.
Marshfield, WI: Kenneth J. Wood, 2006.

Fifteenth Wisconsin Infantry

Ager, Waldemar and Norwegian-American Historical Association. Colonel Heg
and his boys : a Norwegian regiment in the American Civil War.
Northfield, Minn.: Norwegian-American Historical Association, 2000.

Ager, Waldemar. Oberst Heg og hans gutter. Eau Claire, WI: Fremad Pub. Co.,
1916.

Buslett, O. A. Det Femtende regiment Wisconsin frivillige. Decorah, IA: Paa
Forfatterens Forlag, trykt hos B. Anundsen, 1894.

Buslett, O. A. and Scott, Barbara. The Fifteenth Wisconsin. Ripon, WI: B. G.
Scott, 1999.

Fortney, Steve. Heg: A Novel. Oregon, WI: Waubesa Press, 1998. [Fiction]

Janson, Kristofer. The Fifteenth Wisconsin. Oslo, Norway: H. Cleaven, 1984.

Rosholt, Jerry. Ole goes to war: men from Norway who fought in America's Civil
War. Decorah, Iowa : Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum, 2003.

Steensland, Ole. Address by Ole Steensland of Perry, Wis.: at the reunion of
the Fifteenth Wisconsin Infantry, at Scandia Hall, Chicago, August 29th,
1900. S. l.: s.n., 1900.

Sixteenth Wisconsin Infantry
Daniel, Charles H. Bernard Wunderle, the American Civil War. Brookfield, WI:
Charles Daniel, 2008.

James, David G. Reminiscences of the Army of the Tennessee. Richland
Center, WI: D. G. James, 1996.

Magdeburg, Frederick H. Wisconsin at Shiloh, A Report of the Commission.
Madison: Wisconsin Shiloh Monument Commission, 1909.

Vail, David Franklin. Company K, of the 16th Wisconsin, at the Battle of Shiloh.
S.l.: s.n., 1897.

Wood, Kenneth J. and Magdeburg, Frederick H. Wisconsin at Shiloh, Index.
Marshfield, WI: Kenneth J. Wood, 2006.

Eighteenth Wisconsin Infantry

Hetzel, Bev. Civil War 18th Infantry reunion held in Fonddulac [sic], Wisconsin,
7-1904. West Bend, WI: Bev Hetzel, 2009.

Magdeburg, Frederick H. Wisconsin at Shiloh, A Report of the Commission.
Madison: Wisconsin Shiloh Monument Commission, 1909.

Nanzig, Thomas P. The Badax Tigers: From Shiloh to the surrender with the
18th Wisconsin Volunteers. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2002.

Reunion of the Twenty-third Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteers Infantry: with an
account of the dedication of the Memorial Arch at Camp Randall, Madison,
Wisconsin, June 18th and 19th, 1912. With a roster of the surviving
members of the regiment in attendance. Madison, WI?: s.n., 1912.

Wood, Kenneth J. and Magdeburg, Frederick H. Wisconsin at Shiloh, Index.
Marshfield, WI: Kenneth J. Wood, 2006.

Twentieth Wisconsin Infantry
Moore, Dennis R. Order of execution: the trial and execution of Private John
Carroll, Company D, 20th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. Manitowoc, WI:
Bivouac, 2006.

Sanborn, B. B. and Fry, Laurie. As ever your own: the Civil War letters of B.B.
Sanborn. Arlington, VA: Naptime Pub., 1997.

Twenty-First Wisconsin Infantry
Abrahams, John. Twenty-first Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry: service of John H.
Abrahams, Pvt. Co. E: 1862-1865. S.l.: J.H. Abrahams, 2001.

Fitch, Michael Hendrick. Echoes of the Civil War as I hear them. New York:
R.F. Fenno & Co., 1905.

Otto, John Henry and Gould, David and Kennedy, James B. Memoirs of a
Dutch mudsill: the "war memories" of John Henry Otto, Captain, Company
D, 21st Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. Kent, OH: Kent State
University Press, 2004.

Hetzel, Bev. Wisconsin Civil War soldiers, 21st Infantry, taken prisoner at
Chickamauga and died in either Danville or Andersonville Prison. West
Bend, WI: B. Hetzel, 1990s.

Holmes, Mead. A soldier of the Cumberland: memoir of Mead Holmes Jr.,
sergeant of Company K, 21st Regiment Wisconsin Volunteers. Boston:
American Tract Society, 1864.

Reeve, James Theodore and Reeve, Ann Wartinbee. James Theodore Reeve:
Surgeon, Soldier, Citizen, 1834-1906: A Civil War Commentary.
Appleton, WI: River Oaks, 1999.

Tritt, William and Tritt, Richard L. Apple trees look gay in bloom: Civil War
prison diary of William Tritt. Granville, Ohio: Tritt Family Research,
1987.

Marx, Janet Elaine Selby, ed. Misery on all sides: a Union soldier’s letters, POW
experiences, Andersonville diary, love letters, and papers. s.l.: Janet
Elaine Selby Marx, 2011.

Twenty-Second Wisconsin Infantry
Burbank, Jerome and Morris, Sylvia B. and Burbank, Jerusha. Jerome: to my
beloved absent companion: letters of a Civil War surgeon to his wife at
home caring for their family. Cullman, AL: S. Morris, 1996.

Groves, Richard H. Blooding the regiment: an account of the 22d Wisconsin's
long and difficult apprenticeship. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2005.

Groves, Richard H. The military service of Owen Griffith while captain of
Company "F," Twenty-Second Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment,
United States Army, during the Great Rebellion. Alexandria, VA: R.H.
Groves, 1984.

Hetzel, Bev. Wisconsin Civil War soldiers, 22 Infantry casualities [sic] [i.e.,
casualties] from May 22 to June 30, 1864. West Bend, WI: B. Hetzel,
2006.

Reid, Harvey and Byrne, Frank L. and McIntosh, William H. Uncommon
soldiers: Harvey Reid and the 22nd Wisconsin march with Sherman.
Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 2001.

Welcher, Frank Johnson and Liggett, Larry G. Coburn's Brigade: the 85th
Indiana, 33rd Indiana, 19th Michigan, and 22nd Wisconsin in the
Western Civil War. Carmel, IN: Guild Press of Indiana, 1999.

Twenty-Third Wisconsin Infantry

Addison, Robert Molford and Greene, Diane E. The Civil War diary of
Lieutenant Robert Molford Addison, Co. E, 23rd Wisconsin Infantry:
December 24, 1863-December 29, 1864. Westminster, MD: Willow Bend
Books, 2001.

Northup, James E. and Northup, Samuel W. and Steensma, Robert C. Drifting
to an unknown future: the Civil War letters of James E. Northup and
Samuel W. Northup. Sioux Falls, SD: Center for Western Studies,
Augustana College, 2000.

Puck, Susan T. Sacrifice at Vicksburg: letters from the front. Shippensburg,
PA: Burd Street Press, 1997.

Reunion of the eleventh and twenty-third regiments of Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry:
held at Madison, Wisconsin, September 15 and 16, 1886, with rosters of the veterans
in attendance. Madison?: s .n., 1886.

Report of the reunion of the Twenty-third Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer
Infantry: held at Madison, Wisconsin, June 7, 8, and 9, 1898. Madison,
Wis.: M.J. Cantwell, 1899.

Reunion of the Twenty-third Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry, Volunteers: at
Madison, Wisconsin July 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 1907. With a roster of the
surviving members of the regiment. Madison? Wis.: s.n., 1907.

Reunion of the Twenty-third Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteers Infantry: with an
account of the dedication of the Memorial Arch at Camp Randall, Madison,
Wisconsin, June 18th and 19th, 1912. With a roster of the surviving
members of the regiment in attendance. Madison? Wis.: s.n., 1912.

Twenty-Fourth Wisconsin Infantry
Beaudot, William J. K. The 24th Wisconsin Infantry in the Civil War: The
Biography of a Regiment. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2003.

Beaudot, William J. K. The Milwaukee regiment: a city goes to war.
Milwaukee, WI: W. J. K. Beaudot, 1996.

Dunn, Patrick H. and Lucke, Paul and Lucke, Joan and Beaudot, William J. K.
The Civil War diaries of Patrick H. Dunn, 24th Wisconsin Volunteer
Infantry, 1863 and 1864 and his speech of 1896. Wisconsin: s.n., 2003.

Hetzel, Bev. 24th Wisconsin Regiment reunion, Milwaukee, WI, 9-5-1912, 24th
Infantry Company H. West Bend, WI: Bev Hetzel, 2006.

Jones, A. J. A private of the Cumberland: memoirs and reminiscences of the
Civil War. Wisconsin?: A. P. Jones, 1907.

Twenty-Fifth Wisconsin Infantry
Cooke, Chauncey H. and Mulligan, William H. A badger boy in blue: the Civil
War letters of Chauncey H. Cooke. Detroit: Wayne State University
Press, 2007.

Cooke, Chauncey H. Soldier boy's letters to his father and mother, 1862-1865:
[and] a canoe trip, 1868. Independence, WI: Rainbow Press, 2004.

Cooke, Chauncey H. Soldier boy's letters to his father and mother, 1861-5.
Wisconsin?: s.n., 1865.

Hetzel, Bev. Wisconsin Civil War losses, 25 Infantry, Kenesaw [i.e., Kennesaw]
Mountain, Georgia, June 15, 1864. West Bend, WI: B. Hetzel, 2006.

Lothrop, Alonzo H., et al. The beginning of the march from Atlanta to the sea: a
dairy by Alonzo H. Lothrop and Frank B. Lothrop, with a letter written by
Joseph Nelson during Sherman's advance on Atlanta, letter by Henry
Jackson Houston. Madison, Wis.: J.N. Davidson, Forward Press, 1927.

Twenty-Sixth Wisconsin Infantry
Chase, Larry. Gottlieb Metzner Civil War History. West Bend, WI: Larry Chase,
2002.

Haviland, Richard Hafeman. Splendid gallantry: the Union Army's XI Corps
German American volunteers ; Chancellorsvile [sic], Gettysburg,
Sherman's March. Charleston, S.C.: BookSurge, 2008.

Hetzel, Bev. Wisconsin 26th Infantry, Co. G, killed or wounded at Gettysburg,
PA, 7-1-1863: original lists taken from the West Bend post 8-1-1863 and
supplemented by volumes I & II of Wisconsin volunteer roster, 1861-1865.
West Bend, WI: Hetzel, 2000-2003?.

Kadlec, Robert J. Jacob Stauff, Color Corporal and Color Bearer, Company I,
26th Wisconsin Voluntary Infantry Regiment. San Jose, CA: Robert
Kadlec, 1999.

Kadlec, Robert J. Military service resumé of Jacob Stauff, Color Corporal and
Color Bearer, Company I, 26th Wisconsin Voluntary Infantry Regiment,
1862-1865. San Jose, CA: Robert Kadlec, 1999.

Pula, James S. The Sigel Regiment: a history of the Twenty-Sixth Wisconsin
Volunteer Infantry, 1862-1865. Campbell, CA: Savas Pub. Co., 1998.

Wickesberg, Charles and Wickesberg, Alfred. Civil War letters of Sergeant
Charles Wickesberg, Co. H, 26th Inf. Wisconsin Volunteers, to his parents
in Sheboygan County. Milwaukee, WI: A. Wickesberg, 1961.

Winkler, Frederick C. Letters of Frederick C. Winkler, 1862-1865. United
States?: s.n., 1963.

Van Antwerpen, Louise Ott. Captain Pabst and the Grand Army of the
Republic. Hartland, WI: Lova Books, 2005.

Twenty-Seventh Wisconsin Infantry
Daniel, Charles H. Conrad Herwig, military service in the American Civil War.
Brookfield, WI?: s.n., 2000s.

Knipping, Mark H. A History of the 27th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment
in the War of the Rebellion, 1862-1865. Kohler, WI: M.H. Knipping, 2001.

Twenty-Eighth Wisconsin Infantry:
Barnes, Henry D. and Beaudot, William J. K. The Civil War letters of Henry D.
Barnes, 28th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Company I, 1862-1865.
Milwaukee, WI: Milwaukee Public Library, 1998.

Society of the 28th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. Proceedings of the first,
second, and third reunions of the Society of the 28th Regt. Wisconsin
Volunteer Infantry held at Waukesha, Wis., October 5 1882, Elkhorn,
Wis., August 31, 1883, Waukesha, Wis., August 27, 1885. Pewaukee,
WI?: Houtkamp Pub. Co., 1904.

Stevens, Thomas N. and Blackburn, George M. "Dear Carrie-- ":the Civil War
letters of Thomas N. Stevens. Mount Pleasant, MI: Clarke Historical
Library, Central Michigan University, 1984.

Twenty-Ninth Wisconsin Infantry
Larsen, Richard N. Roster, 29th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment.
Oregon, WI: Richard N. Larsen, 2007.

Larsen, Richard N. Roster, Company A, 29th Wisconsin Infantry Volunteer
Regiment. Oregon, WI: Richard N. Larsen, 2007.

Potter, Edward N. Edward Nicholas Potter Biography. S.l. : s.n., 2000-2008?.

Whipple, Henry P. The diary of a private soldier: the exact copy of a record kept
day by day during the Civil War. Waterloo, WI: Henry P. Whipple, 1906.

Thirtieth Wisconsin Infantry
Lamson, Louis J. and Larsen, Richard N. The Civil War diary of Louis J.
Lamson, Corporal, Company A, 30th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment
including a complete roster of the 30th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment,
Volunteers. Oregon, WI: Richard N. Larsen, 1990.

Roster of the thirtieth Wisconsin Infantry Volunteers: mustered in, October 18,
1862, Madison, Wis., mustered out, September 20, 1865, Louisville, Ky.
Madison, WI: M.J. Cantwell, for the Association, 1896.

Thirty-First Wisconsin Infantry
Richards, John V. and Rattenbury, Richard. From Wisconsin to the sea: the
Civil War letters of Sergeant John V. Richards, Thirty-first Regiment of
Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, 1862-1865. Happy, TX: R.C. Rattenbury,
1986.

Synopsis of history of 31st Wis. Infantry, with roster of members as far as
known. Wisconsin?: s.n., 1892.

Thirty-Second Wisconsin Infantry
Hetzel, Bev. 41st Civil War reunion, 32nd Infantry held in Fonddulac [sic],
Wisconsin, July 1, 1919. West Bend, WI: Bev Hetzel, 2009.

Norton, John. A collection of Civil War letters written by John Norton. Brillion, WI: N.J. Calenberg, 2003.

Thirty-Third Wisconsin Infantry
Burbank, Jerome and Morris, Sylvia B. and Burbank, Jerusha.  Jerome: to my
beloved absent companion: letters of a Civil War surgeon to his wife at
home caring for their family.  Cullman, AL: S. Morris, 1996.

Fisher, Laban.  Reminiscences of the military service of Labon [sic] Fisher: in the
War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865.  S.l.: L. Fisher, 1912.

Hill, Silas and Larsen, Richard N.  The adventures of Silas Hill, Corporal,
Company H, 33rd Wisconsin Inf. during his tour of duty in the South
1862/1865 in letters to his wife, Elizabeth, in Shullsburg, Wisconsin.  
Oregon, WI: Richard N. Larsen, 2000s.

Robinson, Arthur J.  Memorandum and anecdotes of the Civil War, 1862 to
1865.  Harrisburg, PA: A. J. Robinson, 1912.

Robinson, Arthur J.  A private soldier's Christmas dinner, December 25, 1863.  
Milwaukee: A.J. Robinson, 1913.

Thirty-Sixth Wisconsin Infantry
Aubrey, James Madison.  The Thirty-sixth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry ... An
authentic record of the regiment from its organization to its muster out. A
complete roster of its officers and men with their record ... a copy of every
official paper in the War Department pertaining to the regiment ... With
reminiscences from the author's private journal.  Milwaukee?, 1900.

Malthouse, Richard E.  James Malthouse, 36th Wisconsin Co. G: walks and
talk with my great-great-grandfather, Virginia 1864.  S.l.: Richard
Malthouse, 2005.

Thirty-Seventh Wisconsin Infantry
Eden, R. C.  The sword and gun: a history of the 37th Wis. volunteer infantry :
from its first organization to its final muster out.  S.l.: s.n., Atwood &
Rublee, 1865.

Hetzel, Bev, and Wise, P. V.  Civil War casualities [i.e. casualties] at Petersburg,
VA in     1864 reported by P.V. Wise, mostly 37 Infantry.  West Bend, WI: B.
Hetzel, 2006.

Wood, Warden A. and Larsen, Richard N.  The Civil War letters of Warden A.
Wood, Company D, 37th Wisconsin Infantry: including the letters and a
full roster of the 37th Wisconsin.  Oregon, WI: Richard N. Larsen, 2007.

Thirty-Eighth Wisconsin Infantry
Pierce, Solon Wesley.  Battle fields and camp fires of the thirty-eighth: an
authentic narrative and record of the organization of the thirty-eighth
regiment of Wis. Vol. Infy, and the part taken by it in the late war : a short
biographical sketch of each commissioned officer : and the name, age at
time of enlistment, nativity, residence and occupation of every enlisted
man : with notes of incidents relating to them.  Milwaukee, WI: Daily
Wisconsin Printing House, 1866.

Larsen, Richard N.  Roster, 38th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment.  
Oregon, WI: Richard N. Larsen, 2007.

Forty-Eighth Wisconsin Infantry
Hetzel, Bev.  Fritz Niemeier, Civil War Soldier.  West Bend, WI: B. Hetzel,
2000s.

Hetzel, Bev.  Civil War 48th Infantry, Co. F reunion held in Sheboygan Falls,
Wisconsin, West Bend, WI: Bev Hetzel, 2009.

Miscellaneous


Iron Brigade
Aubery, Cullen Bryant. Echoes from the marches of the famous Iron Brigade:
unwritten stories of that famous organization. Milwaukee, Wis.: s.n.,
1902.

Gaff, Alan D. Brave men’s tears: the Iron Brigade at Brawner’s Farm. Dayton,
Ohi Morningside, 1985.

Herdegen, Lance J. The men stood like iron: how the Iron Brigade won its name.
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997.

---. Those damned black hats!: the Iron Brigade in the Gettysburg campaign. El
Dorado Hills, Calif: Savas Beatie, 2010.

Herdegen, Lance J. and William J. K. Beaudot. In the bloody cut at Gettysburg.
Dayton, Ohi Morningside, 1990.

King, Charles. The Iron Brigade: a story of the Army of the Potomac. New York:
G.W. Dillingham Co., 1902.

Lavery, Dennis S. and Mark H. Jordan. Iron Brigade general: John Gibbon, a
rebel in blue. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1993.

Madaus, Howard Michael and Richard H. Zeitlin. The flags of the Iron Brigade.
Madison, Wis.: Wisconsin Veterans Museum, 1997, 1985.

Nolan, Alan T. The Iron Brigade: a military history. New York: Macmillan, 1961.

Nolan, Alan T. and Sharon Eggleston Vipond. Giants in their tall black hats:
essays on the Iron Brigade. Bloomington: Indiana University Press,
1998.

Wert, Jeffry D. A brotherhood of valor: the common soldiers of the Stonewall
Brigade, C.S.A. and the Iron Brigade, U.S.A. New York: Simon &
Schuster, 1999.

 

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