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Since 1996, Special Collections has purchased nearly 200 items relating to the American Civil War with the help of the George R. Wallace Foundation Grant. Materials include Civil War-related diaries, letters, monographs, sheet music, scrapbooks and newspaper items, and CD-Roms.

The bibliography of Wallace Foundation purchases is provided here, organized alphabetically, by type of material. Monographs and cataloged items are followed by their Rare Book Collection call number. Manuscript materials are followed by their manuscript number and, whenever possible, a link to the collection guide.

Manuscript Collections

Books and Cataloged Materials

Sheet Music, Ms2003-001

Multimedia

Artifacts

Manuscript Collections

  • 37th Virginia Infantry Documents, 1863-1864. Ms2009-057. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
  • 41st United States Colored Troops Muster Roll, 1865. Ms2009-060. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
  • 42nd Virginia Infantry Muster and Descriptive Roll, 1862. Ms2008-090. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
  • 48th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Poll-Book, 1864. Ms98-021.
  • Alva Cleveland Diary, 1862. Ms2009-113. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
  • Capt. Edward L. Stratton Diary, 1862-1864. Ms2001-003.
  • Charles L.C. Minor and Edward P. Harmon Cash Books and Civil War Diary Collection. Ms2008-081. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
  • Everett and Warren Hutchins Papers, 1863-1864. Ms2009-014. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
  • George H. Marshall Diary, 1864-1865. Ms2008-001. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
  • Hamilton S. Sclater Letters, 1862-1864. Ms2008-087. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
  • Henry L. Gray Letters, 1863-1865. Ms2001-002.
  • Jacob Cohn Diary, 1863-1864. Ms2008-002. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
  • (Portions of the) John Janney Papers, 1820-1871. Ms2001-019. Inventory available on the Special Collections website.
  • L. Baugh Letter, 1863. Ms2008-091. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
  • L.C. Angle, Jr., Collection, 1860-2001. Ms2001-043. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
  • Lt. Col. A. P. Porter Copybook, 1862-1863. Ms2001-001.
  • Meade & Baker Apothecary Ledger, 1861-1870. Ms2009-130. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
  • Nancy Godwin Figgat Recipe Book, Southwest Virginia Counties Collection Papers, 1783-1878. Ms2000-092. Inventory available on the Special Collections website.
  • Robert J. Wells Civil War Letter, 1864. Ms2009-066. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
  • Southwest Virginia Counties Collection Papers, 1783-1878. Ms2000-092. Inventory available on the Special Collections website.
  • William Latham Candler Letters, 1861-1863. Ms97-007. Finding aid with links to transcripts available online.
  • William Stephen Moss Collection, 1863-1864. Ms2008-019. Finding aid available on the Virginia Heritage database.
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Books and Cataloged Materials

All books and cataloged materials are located in Special Collections Civil War Rare Books unless otherwise noted.

  • Albaugh, William A., and Richard Dennis Steuart. Handbook of Confederate Swords. Harriman, Tenn: Pioneer Press, 1951. U856.C6 A4 1951
  • Anderson, Fulton, Henry L. Benning, and John Smith Preston. Addresses Delivered Before the Virginia State Convention. Richmond: W.M. Elliott, printer, 1861. JK9798 .A43 1861
  • Andrew, John A. An Address on the Occasion of Dedicating the Monument to Ladd and Whitney. Boston: Wright & Potter, state printers, 1865. E513.5 6th A53 1865
  • Antietam Battlefield Memorial Commission. Pennsylvania at Antietam: Report of the Antietam Battlefield Memorial Commission of Pennsylvania and Ceremonies at the Dedication of the Monuments Erected by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Mark the Position of Thirteen of the Pennsylvania Commands Engaged in the Battle. Harrisburg, Pa: The Commission, 1906. E474.65 .P46 1906
  • Baird, Samuel J., and William Pennington. Southern Rights and Northern Duties in the Present Crisis: A Letter to Hon. William Pennington. Philadelphia: For sale by Lindsay & Blakiston, 1861. E449 .B34 1861
  • Barton, Thomas H. Autobiography of Dr. Thomas H. Barton ... Including a History of the Fourth Regt. West Va. Vol. Inf'y, with an Account of Col. Lightburn's Retreat Down the Kanawha Valley, Gen. Grant's Vicksburg and Chattanooga Campaigns, Together with The Several Battles in Which the Fourth Regiment Was Engaged, and Its Losses by Disease, Desertion and in Battle. Charleston: West Virginia printing co, 1890. E536.5 4th .B37 1890
  • Baxter, De Witt Clinton, and Arba Blodget. The Volunteer's Manual: Containing Full Instructions for the Recruit, in the Schools of the Soldier and Squad: with One Hundred Illustrations of the Different Positions in the Facings and Manual of Arms and the Loadings and Firings: Arranged According to Scotts System of Infantry Tactics. Philadelphia: King & Baird, 1861. UD160 .B25 1861
  • The Bayonet, Remembrance Book of Camp Lee, Virginia. Camp Lee: The Bayonet, 1918. U294.5 L35 B3 1918
  • Blundell, Bezer. The Contributions of John Lewis Peyton to the History of Virginia and of the Civil War in America, 1861-65. London: J. Wilson, 1868. E487 .P52 1868
  • Book Club of California. California and the Civil War, 1861-1865. [San Francisco, Calif.]: Book Club of California, 1992. E497.9 .C35 1992
  • Bosang, James N. Memoirs of a Pulaski Veteran. Pulaski, Va: [J.N. Bosang], 1912. E605 .B74 1912
  • Brackman, Barbara. Quilts from the Civil War: Nine Projects, Historic Notes, Diary Entries Lafayette, Calif: C&T Pub, 1997. TT835 .B6423 1997
  • Burr, C. Chauncey. Notes on the Constitution of the United States: With Expositions of the Most Eminent Statesmen and Jurists, Historical and Explanatory Notes on Every Article. New York: J.F. Fecks, 1864. JK216 .B9 1864
  • Burrows, J. Lansing. The Christian Scholar and Soldier. Memoirs of Lewis Minor Coleman, Professor in the University of Virginia, Lt. Col. of First Reg't., Va. Artillery. 1864. E467.1.C6 B9 1864
  • Caldwell, Arthur Bunyan. History of the American Negro. Atlanta: Caldwell, 1921. E185.96 .C14 1921 Spec Large
  • Campbell, Milton B., and Linda Cunningham Fluharty. Civil War Letters of Lt. Milton B. Campbell, 12th West Virginia Infantry. Baton Rouge, LA: L.C. Fluharty, 2004. E536.5 12th .C36 2004
  • Carroll, Ruth. Chessie. [New York]: J. Messner, Inc, 1936. GR725 .C27 1936 Spec Large
  • Caruso, John Anthony. The Appalachian Frontier; America's First Surge Westward. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1959. F396 .C32 1959 Spec Large
  • Castleman, Alfred Lewis. The Army of the Potomac. Behind the Scenes. A Diary of Unwritten History; from the Organization of the Army ... to the Close of the Campaign in Virginia, About the First Day of January, 1863. Milwaukee: Strickland & Co, 1863. E470.2 .C35 1863
  • Chewning, Charles R., and Richard B. Armstrong. The Journal of Charles R. Chewning: Company E, 9 Virginia Cavalry C.S.A. Spotsylvania, Va: R.B. Armstrong, 1986. E605 .C535 1986
  • Clarke, H. C., and Alexander Walker. Diary of the War for Separation, A Daily Chronicle of the Principal Events and History of the Present Revolution, to Which Is Added Notes and Descriptions of All the Great Battles, Including Walker's Narrative of the Battle of Shiloh. Vicksburg, Miss: H.C. Clarke, 1862. E487 .C59 1862
  • Cocke, Preston. The Battle of New Market and the Cadets of the Virginia Military Institute, May 15, 1864; Salient Features of the Battle in Connection with the Part Taken by the Cadets, with Map of Battle-Field and Key. 1914. E476.64 .C66 1914
  • Collum, Richard S., Samuel Dana Greene, and Elden E. Billings. Pennsylvania Commandery of the Naval Order of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa.]: The Commandery, 1898. E182.N27 P5 1898z
  • Companions of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States: An Album Containing Portraits of Members of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Wilmington: Broadfoot Pub. Co, 1994. E464 .M55 1991, Suppl.1
  • Confederate States of America, and George Davis. Communication from Attorney General, Confederate States ... January 9, 1864. 1864. JK9719 .E1/11a 1864
  • Confederate States of America. Mr. Garnett's Amendment to Bill of the Senate "To Provide for Further Issue of Treasury Notes and for Other Purposes," by Striking Out All After the Enacting Clause and Inserting in Lieu Thereof the Following. 1863. JK9714 1863 Feb. 20
  • Confederate States of America, and James M. Matthews. The Statutes at Large of the Confederate States of America: Passed at the Third Session of the First Congress, 1863. Richmond: R.M. Smith, 1863. KFZ8625.2 1863
  • Conway, Moncure Daniel. The Rejected Stone; Or, Insurrection Vs. Resurrection in America. Boston: Walker, Wise, and company, 1862. E458.1 .C762
  • Davis, William C. The Civil War Cookbook. Philadelphia, Pa: Courage Books, 2003. TX715 .D26513 2003
  • Dawson, Sarah Morgan. A Confederate Girl's Diary. London: Heinemann, 1913. E565 .D27 1913
  • Deitrick, R. L. Deitrick's Standard Confederate Money and Postage Stamp Catalogue: Reliable Reference List. Lorraine, Va: R.L. Deitrick], 1923. HG526 .D45 1923
  • Douglas, Stephen A. Non-Intervention--Popular Sovereignty. Speech of Hon. S.A. Douglas, of Illinois, in the Senate of the United States, February 23, 1859, in Reply to Hon. A.G. Brown, of Mississippi, in Opposition to the Passage of a Code of Laws by Congress to Protect Slavery in the Territories, and in Favor of Banishing from the Halls of Congress All Questions Touching Domestic Slavery in the Territories ... Together with an Appendix. Washington: Printed by L. Towers, 1859. E438 .D73 1859
  • Dozier, Graham T. Virginia's Civil War: A Guide to Manuscripts at the Virginia Historical Society. Richmond, Va: Virginia Historical Society, 1998. Z1345 .D65 1998
  • Du Pont, Henry. The Campaign of 1864 in the Valley of Virginia and the Expedition to Lynchburg. New York: National Americana Society, 1925. E476.6 .D93 1925
  • Dye, Deacon. History of the Plots and Crimes of the Great Conspiracy to Overthrow Liberty in America. New York: The author, 1866. E458 .D94 1866 Spec Large
  • Eggleston, Larry G. Women in the Civil War: Extraordinary Stories of Soldiers, Spies, Nurses, Doctors, Crusaders, and Others. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2003. E628 .E375 2003
  • Fane, Julian Henry Charles, and Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton Lytton. Tannaehauser; Or, The Battle of the Bards. A Poem. Mobile: S.H. Goetzel & Co, 1863. PR4699.F15 A7 1863 Spec Large
  • Floyd, John B. Memorial of the Colonization Society of Virginia. Richmond: William F. Ritchie, 1849. E448 .F56 1849 Spec Large
  • Fluharty, Linda Cunningham. Civil War--West Virginia: Union Lives Lost. Baton Rouge, La: L.C. Fluharty, 2004. E581.3 .F59 2004
  • Fluharty, Linda Cunningham. Major George C. Trimble, 11th West Virginia Infantry: A Soldier's Life Revisited. Baton Rouge, LA: Linda Cunningham Fluharty, 2006. E536.5 11th .F55 2006
  • Fluharty, Linda Cunningham. On the Way Home: West Virginia Soldiers on the Sultana. [Wheeling, W. Va.?]: Linda Cunningham Fluharty, 2003. E611 .F58 2003
  • Fluharty, Linda Cunningham, and Edward L. Phillips. Carlin's Wheeling Battery: A History of Battery D, First West Virginia Light Artillery. Baton Rouge, La: L.C. Fluharty, 2005. E536.8 1st .C37 2005
  • Force, M. F. Marching Across Carolina: Read Before the Ohio Commandery of the Loyal Legion May 2d, 1883. Cincinnati: R. Clarke & Co., printers, 1883. E476.69 .F673 1883
  • Force, M. F. Personal Recollections of the Vicksburg Campaign, A Paper Read Before the Ohio Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Cincinnati: H.C. Sherick, 1885. E475.27 .F673 1885
  • Forsyth, John, and William F. Samford. Letters of Hon. John Forsyth To Wm. F. Samford, in Defence of Stephen A. Douglas. Washington: Printed by L. Towers], 1859. E449 .F677 1859 Spec Large
  • Furness, William Henry. Our Duty As Conservatives. A Discourse Delivered in the First Congregational Unitarian Church Sunday, November 25, 1860. Occasioned by the Threatened Secession of Some of the Southern States. Philadelphia: C. Sherman & Son, printers, 1860. E440.5 .F87 1860
  • Graham, H. Clay. Hialmer's Recollections of the Great Rebellion, Containing Sketches of a Campaign in Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee, and Some Subsequent Communications Written Originally in Phonograpy. Indianapolis: H.C. Chandler & Co, 1865. E476.5 .G73 1865
  • Green, Johnny, and Albert Dennis Kirwan. Johnny Green of the Orphan Brigade; The Journal of a Confederate Soldier. [Lexington]: University of Kentucky Press, 1956. E605 .G7 1956
  • Greenbie, Marjorie Latta Barstow. Lincoln's Daughters of Mercy. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1944. E621 .G74 1944
  • Grimsley, Daniel A., and Raleigh Travers Green. Battles in Culpeper County, Virginia, 1861-1865. And Other Articles. Culpeper, Va: Exponent Print. Office], 1900. F232 .C9 G74 1900
  • Hamill, S. R. Catalogue of Rail Road Supplies and Quartermasters' Stores: To Be Sold at Public Auction at the U.S. Military Rail Road Store Houses Near Chattanooga Depot, Nashville, Tenn., Commencing on Dec. 11, 1865. Nashville, Tenn.?: s.n.,], 1865. TF 357 .C28 1865 Spec Large
  • Hammond, William Alexander. Defence of Brig. Gen'l Wm. A. Hammond, Surgeon General, U. S. Army. 1864. E601 .H22 1864
  • Hardway, Ronald V. On Our Own Soil: William Lowther Jackson and the Civil War in West Virginia's Mountains. Charleston, WV: Quarrier Press, 2003. F245.42.J33 h47 2003
  • Hawkins, Morton Lytle. Sketch of the Battle of Winchester, September 19, 1864: A Paper Read Before the Ohio Commandery of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Cincinnati: P.G. Thomson, 1884. E477.33 .H395 1884
  • Haythornthwaite, Philip J., and Mike Chappell. Uniforms of the Civil War, 1861-65. New York: Macmillan, 1976. UC483 .H39 1976
  • Heartman (Firm), and William H. Lambert. Two Hundred and Fifty-Four Sermons, Eulogies, Orations, Poems and Other Pamphlets Relating to Abraham Lincoln; Sold at Auction February 11, 1914, at Heartman's Auction Room ... New York, with Prices Realized and Names of Buyers. 1914. Z8505.Z9 H3 1914
  • Hewett, Janet. The Roster of Union Soldiers, 1861-1865. Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Pub. Co, 1997. E494 .H4 1997
  • Hildebrand, Jacob R., and John R. Hildebrand. A Mennonite Journal, 1862-1865: A Father's Account of the Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley. Shippensburg, PA: Burd Street Press, 1996. E605.H59 A3 1996
  • Holton, William C. Cruise of the U.S. Flag-Ship Hartford, 1862-1863: Being a Narrative of All Her Operations Since Going into Commission, in 1862, Until Her Return to New York in 1863. New York: L.W. Paine, 1863. E595.H2 H7 1863
  • Hopkins, Garland Evans. The First Battle of Modern Naval History. Richmond, Va: House of Dietz, 1943. E473.2 .H6
  • Howard, F. K. Fourteen Months in American Bastiles. Baltimore: Kelly, Hedian & Piet, 1863. E458.8 .H693 1863 Spec Large
  • Irwin, B. F. Lincoln's Religious Belief; Original Reminiscence and Research. Springfield, Ill: Priv. Print., H.E. Baker, 1919. E457.2 .I72 1919
  • Isham, Asa B. Through the Wilderness to Richmond. A Paper Read Before the Ohio Commandery of the Loyal Legion of the United States, September 3, 1884. Cincinnati: P.G. Thomson, 1884. E476.52 .I843 1884
  • Johnson, Reverdy. Remarks on Popular Sovereignty As Maintained and Denied Respectively by Judge Douglas, and Attorney-General Black. Baltimore: Murphy & Co, 1859. JK318 .J7 Spec Large
  • Johnson, Reverdy. Virginia Vs. West Virginia: Argument of Hon. Reverdy Johnson, in the Supreme Court of the United States, Delivered in Behalf of the Defendent, Wednesday, May 8, 1867. Washington: Globe Office, 1867. F241 .J67 1867
  • Jones, Benjamin Washington. Under the Stars and Bars; A History of the Surry Light Artillery. Richmond: E. Waddey, 1909. E581.8 .S96 1909
  • Kellogg, Sanford C. The Shenandoah Valley and Virginia, 1861 to 1865; A War Study. New York & Washington: Neale Pub. Co, 1903. E470 .K29
  • Kerby, Robert Lee. The Confederate Invasion of New Mexico and Arizona, 1861-1862. Tucson, Ariz: Westernlore Press, 1981. E470.9 .K4 1981
  • Lee, Marguerite du Pont. Virginia Ghosts. Richmond, Va: The William Byrd Press, 1930. F227 .L48 1930 Spec Large
  • Lewis, Berkeley R. Notes on Ammunition of the American Civil War, 1861-1865. Washington: American Ordnance Association, 1959. UF523 .L45 1959
  • Lewis, Berkeley R. Notes on Cavalry Weapons of the American Civil War, 1861-1865. Washington: American Ordnance Association, 1961. UF523 .L46 1961
  • Marshall, Hudson Snowden. Address Delivered at the Opening of the Building of the Confederate Memorial Institute at Richmond, Virginia, on May 3, 1921. Richmond: Press of Dietz Print. Co, 1925. E650 .M42 1925
  • Mathews, Lloyd. The Battle of Cloyd's Farm and the Skirmish at New River Bridge, May Ninth and Tenth, 1864: A Series of Newspaper Articles Written About the Only Civil War Action Taking Place in Pulaski County, Virginia. Pulaski, Va: L. Mathews, 1993. E476.1 .M38 1993
  • McCrea, Tully, Sarah Isabel (McCrea) Shofstall, Catherine S. Crary, Bruce Catton, and Cecile Johnson. Dear Belle: Letters from a Cadet & Officer to His Sweetheart, 1858-1865. Middletown, Conn: Wesleyan University Press, 1965. E601 .M134 1965
  • McKinney, Robert L. If You Like Us, Talk About Us: The Life and Times of Robert H. Porterfield, the Founder of Virginia's World-Famous Barter Theatre. Abingdon, Va: Barter Media, 2006. PN2277.A242 B378 2006 Spec Large
  • McNeer, Harry L. The Letters of John and Susan Morgan: A Story of Everyday Life, Love and Loss in the Civil War Years. Adrian, MI: Harry L. McNeer, 2006. E581.8.C43 M36 2006
  • Mosby, John Singleton. Memoirs. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1959. E581.6 43d .M49
  • Newlin, W. H. An Account of the Escape of Six Federal Soldiers from Prison at Danville, Va. Cincinnati: Western Methodist Book Concern Print, 1887. E612.D2 N53 1887
  • Nezbeth, Linda B. Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Franklin County, Virginia. Goodview, Va: Linda B. Nezbeth, 2002. E581.3 .N49 2002
  • Nightingale, Florence. Notes on Nursing: What It Is, and What It Is Not. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1860. RT51 .N68 1860b Spec Large
  • Owens, Richard A. An Index to the Illustrations of Harper's Weekly During the Civil War Years, 1861-1865. Fairfax, Va: R.A. Owens, 2000. E461.H3 O841 2000
  • Pennsylvania. Revised Report of the Select Committee Relative to the Soldiers' National Cemetery, Together with the Accompanying Documents, As Reported to the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Harrisburg: Singerly & Myers, State Printers, 1865. E475.55 .P41 1865
  • Phillips, Larissa. Women Civil War Spies of the Confederacy. American women at war. New York: Rosen Pub. Group, 2004. E608 .P47 2004
  • Poppenheim, Mary Barnett, and John L. Woodbury. The History of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1894-1955. Raleigh, N.C.: Edwards & Broughton], 1956. E483.5 .A27 1956
  • Robertson, James I. Robert E. Lee: Virginian Soldier, American Citizen. New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2005. E467.1.L4 R625 2005
  • Robertson, James I. Stonewall Jackson: The Man, the Soldier, the Legend. New York: Macmillan Pub. USA, 1997. E467.1.J15 R63 1997
  • Robertson, Robert Stoddart. From the Wilderness to Spottsylvania: A Paper Read Before the Ohio Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Cincinnati: Henry C. Sherick, 1884. E476.52 .R634 1884
  • Rutherfoord, John C. Speech of John C. Rutherfoord, of Goochland, In the House of Delegates of Virginia, 21 February, 1860, in Favor of the Proposed Conference of Southern States. Richmond: W.H. Clemmitt, printer, 1860. E436 .R97 1860
  • Shannon, Fred A. The Organization and Administration of the Union Army, 1861-1865. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1928. E491 .S52 1928
  • Shaw, Maurice F. Stonewall Jackson's Surgeon, Hunter Holmes McGuire: A Biography. Lynchburg, Va: H.E. Howard, Inc, 1993. E467.1.M29 S43 1992
  • Sitterson, Joseph Carlyle. Hired Labor on Sugar Plantations of the Ante-Bellum South. S.l: s.n, 1948. HD1511.S9 S57 1948 Spec Large
  • Society of Printers (Boston, Mass.). Type Pi: Recipes from Members of the Society of Printers. [Boston, Mass.]: Society of Printers, 1983. TX715 .T955 1983 Spec Large
  • Southern Historical Society, and Jubal Anderson Early. The Proceedings of the Southern Historical Convention ... At the Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, Va., on the 14th of August, 1873; and of the Southern Historical Society As Reorganized. Baltimore: Turnbull Bros, 1873. E483.7 .S74 1873
  • Spruance, John S. Delaware Stays in the Union; The Civil War Period, 1860-1865. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1955. F168 .S63 1955
  • Stanard, Beverly, John Gilchrist Barrett, and Robert K. Turner. Letters of a New Market Cadet. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1961. E605 .S785 1961
  • Sumner, Charles. Union and Peace! How They Shall Be Restored. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, Before the Republican State Convention, at Worcester, October 1, 1861. Boston: Wright & Potter, printers, 1861. E458.1 .S95 1861
  • Tanner, W. R. Reminiscenes [Sic] of the War Between the States. Cowpens, S.C.?: s.n.], 1931. E605 .T16 1931 Spec Large
  • Thrasher, J. B. Slavery, a Divine Institution. Port Gibson, Miss: Southern reveille Book and job Office, 1861. E453 .T53 1861
  • Redington, J. C. O. This Song Souvenir of Old War Songs and G.A.R. and Patriotic Songs Is Presented to the Grand Army of the Republic and the Patriotic People of This Prosperous Section of New Haven, Conn. and Vicinity with the Compliments of Their Friends and Well-Wishers Whose Names Appear Within. Syracuse, N.Y.: J.C.O. Redington, 1893. M1676.G7 S66 1893z
  • Townsend, George Alfred. The Life, Crime, and Capture of John Wilkes Booth, With a Full Sketch of the Conspiracy of Which He Was the Leader, and the Pursuit, Trail and Execution of His Accomplices. New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1865. E457.5 .T74 1865
  • Tripler, Chas. S., and George Curtis Blackman. Handbook for the Military Surgeon. San Francisco: Norman Pub, 1989. RD153 .T75 1989
  • Underwood, John William Henderson. "Truth Crushed to Earth Will Rise Again." [S.l.]: Lemuel Towers, 1860. E438 .U54 1860
  • United States. Message from the President of the United States: In Answer to a Resolution of the Senate Respecting the Vacancy in the Office of Secretary of War. Washington, D.C.: G.P.O., 1861. JK611 .U58 1861 Spec Large
  • United States. The Ordnance Manual for the Use of the Officers of the United States Army. Richmond, Va: West & Johnston, 1861. UF145 .U59 1861
  • United States. Transfer of Counties to West Virginia: Report [of] the Committee on the Judiciary, to Whom Was Referred ... "A Joint Resolution Giving the Consent of Congress to the Transfer of the Counties of Berkeley and Jefferson from the State of Virginia to the State of West Virginia." Washington, D.C.: s.n, 1866. F247.B7 T82 1866
  • United States. U.S. Infantry Tactics, for the Instruction, Exercise, and Manœuvres, of the Soldier, a Company, Line of Skirmishers, and Battalion: For the Use of the Colored Troops of the United States Infantry. Washington: G.P.O., 1863. UD160 .U4 1863
  • Varon, Elizabeth R. Southern Lady, Yankee Spy: The True Story of Elizabeth Van Lew, a Union Agent in the Heart of the Confederacy. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003. E608.V34 V37 2003
  • Victor, Orville J. The Private and Public Life of Abraham Lincoln; Comprising a Full Account of His Early Years, and a Succinct Record of His Career As Statesman and President. New York: Beadle and Co, 1864. E457 .V64 1864
  • Virginia. List of Officers of the Virginia State Line. Richmond: William F. Ritchie, 1863. J87.V7 A17 1863
  • Virginia. Message of the Governor of Virginia, and Accompanying Documents. Richmond: William F. Ritchie, public printer, 1860s. F230 .V58 1863
  • Virginia, and William Waller Hening. The Statutes at Large: Being a Collection of All the Laws of Virginia, from the First Session of the Legislature, in the Year 1619 : Published Pursuant to an Act of the General Assembly of Virginia, Passed on the Fifth Day of February One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eight. New York: Printed for the editor by R. & W. & G. Bartow, 1823. KFV2425.2 1823 Spec Large
  • Walker, C. Irvine. The Women of the Southern Confederacy During the War 1861-5; Original Historic Incidents of Their Heroism, Suffering and Devotion; Published in "Our Women in the War" Supplements to Leading Newspapers in Alabama, Florida, Tennessee and Mississippi, Together with Arkansas Memorial. 1908. E487 .W56 1908
  • Walls, Donnie, B. B. Bailey, and Marc A. Summer. Civil War in Pulaski County, 1864. Newbern, VA: W.R.R. Museum, 1992. F232.P9 C57 1992
  • Ware, Charles Pickard, Lucy McKim Garrison, and William Francis Allen. Slave Songs of the United States. New York, N.Y.: John Ross & Co, 1871. M1670 .A42 1871
  • Washington, George, and Abraham Lincoln. Washington's Farewell Address, 1796. Lincoln's Lyceum Address, "The Perpetuation of Our Political Institution", 1838. Peoria, Ill: Priv. Print., E.J. Jacob, 1937. E312.955 1937
  • Wayland, John Walter. Battle of New Market: Memorial Address, Sixty-Second Anniversary of the Battle of New Market, Va., May 15, 1926, with Maps. New Market, Va: Henkel Press, 1926. E476.64 .W39 1926
  • White, Henry Alexander. Stonewall Jackson. Philadelphia: G.W. Jacobs & Co, 1908. E467.1.J15 W4 1908
  • Whitehorne, J. E., and Fletcher L. Elmore. Diary of J.E. Whitehorne, 1st Sergt. Co. "F", 12th Va. Infantry, A.P. Hill's 3rd Corps, A.N. Va. Louisville, KY: F.L. Elmore, Jr, 1995. E581.5 12th .W48 1995
  • Wilkes, George. McClellan: From Ball's Bluff to Antietam. New York: S. Tousey, 1863. E467.1.M2 W67 1863
  • Williams, Thomas. Speech of Hon. Thomas Williams, of Pennsylvania, on the Reconstruction of the Union: Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 10, 1866. Washington: Congressional Globe Office, 1866. E668 .W72 1866
  • Wilson, Jacob. Self-Control; or, Life Without a Master. A Short Treatise on the Rights and Wrongs of Men. Newark, N.Y.: Courier Pub. House, 1898. JC585 .W6 1898
  • Wyeth, John A. Life of General Nathan Bedford Forrest. New York: Harper & brothers, 1899. E467.1.F72 W9 1899
  • YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress). Copperhead Conspiracy in the Northwest. An Expose of the Treasonable Order of the "Sons of Liberty". Vallandigham, Supreme Commander. [Washington?]: Printed by the Union Congressional Committee, 1864. E458.8 .C73 1864
  • Yacovone, Donald. Freedom's Journey: African American Voices of the Civil War. Chicago: Lawrence Hill Books, 2004. E540.N3 F73 2004
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Sheet Music Collection, 1823-1956, Ms2003-001.

Images of music in this collection are available on Imagebase. Titles of pieces purchased through the Wallace Foundation Grant are listed below.

  • Battle Cry of Freedom
  • Gen. Beauregard's Grand March
  • Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still
  • Hurrah for Our Flag!
  • I Want to Be in Dixie
  • Lieutenant General Grant's Grand March
  • Mary of Argyle
  • Maryland! My Maryland!
  • The New Skedaddle
  • Oh How We Miss You At Home
  • Our Loyal Banner
  • The Southern Soldier Boy Song
  • The Vacant Chair
  • When This Cruel War is Over
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Multimedia

  • Christiansburg Institute Series (WVTF Evening Edition). Compact disc no. 2173.
  • Rebirth of Christiansburg Institute. Compact disc no. 2172.
  • Fund for digitization of Civil War and Christiansburg Industrial Institute materials
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Artifacts

  • Battles of the Crater map
  • Birds Eye View of Alexandria, Va. Chas. Magnus, 1863. Reproduction map
  • Sketches of Union Men
  • White House of the Confederacy Woodblock picture by Charles Smith
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