Memoirs: historical and personal; including the campaigns of the First Missouri Confederate brigade.
Saint Louis, Times Printing Co. 1868
Fiche: 588-598 Austin, J.P.
The blue and the gray: sketches of a portion of the unwritten history of the great American civil war, a truthful narrative of adventure, with thrilling reminiscences of the great struggle on land and sea.
Atlanta, Ga., The Franklin Printing and Publishing Co. 1899
Fiche: 600a-600g Barney, Chester.
Recollections of field service with the twentieth Iowa infantry volunteers; or, What I saw in the army, embracing accounts of marches, battles, sieges, and skirmishes, in Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, Texas, and along the northern border of Mexico.
Davenport, Printed for the author at the Gazette Job Rooms. 1865
Fiche: 614a-614h Booth, Benjamin F.
Dark days of the rebellion, or, Life in southern military prisons, giving a corrected and thrilling history of unparalled [!] suffering.
Indianola, Ia., Booth Publishing Company. 1897
Written from a diary kept while in Libby and Salisbury prisons in 1864-5, and now in possession of the author.
Fiche: 773-781a Britton, Wiley.
Memoirs of the rebellion on the border, 1863.
Chicago, Cushing, Thomas & Co. 1882
Fiche: 815-825 Cogley, Thomas Sydenham.
History of the Seventh Indiana cavalry volunteers, and the expeditions, campaigns, raids, marches, and battles of the armbiographical sketches of Brevet Major General John P.C. Shanks, and of Brevet Brig. Gen. Thomas M. Browne, and other officers of the regiment; with an account of the burning of the steamer Sultana on the Mississippi river, and of the capture, trial, conviction and execution of Dick Davis, the guerilla.
Chapters from the unwritten history of the war between the states; or, The incidents in the life of a Confederate soldier in camp, on the march, in the great battles, and in prison.
St. Louis, Nixon-Jones Printing Co. 1893
Fiche: 954-962 [Corsan, W.C.].
Two months in the Confederate States, including a visit to New Orleans under the domination of General Butler.
London, R. Bentley. 1863
By an English merchant.
Fiche: 1013-1019a Smith, James.
An account of the remarkable Occurrances in the Life and Travels of Colonel James Smith.
Fiche: 1100-1103 Field, Charles D.
Three years in the saddle from 1861 to 1865; memoirs of Charles D. Field; thrilling stories of the war in camp and on the field of battle.
[Goldfield? Ia.]. [c.1898]
Fiche: 1423-1424 Carden, Allen D.
The Missouri harmony; or, A collection of Psalm and hymn tunes, and anthems, from eminent authors: with an introduction to the grounds and rudiments of music.
Cincinnati, E. Morgan and Son. 1837
To which is added a supplement, containing a number of admired tunes of the various metres, and several choice pieces, selected from some of the most approved collections of sacred music. By an amateur.
Fiche: 1541-1551 Mackey, John W.
The Shawnee witch; a romance of the western border.
New York, George Munro. 
Fiche: 1739-1740 Grigsby, Melvin.
The smoked Yank.
Sioux Falls, Dakota Bell Publishing Co. 1888
Fiche: 2517-2522 Lothrop, Charles Henry.
A history of the First regiment Iowa cavalry veteran volunteers, from its organization in 1861 to its muster out of the United States service in 1866.
Lyons, Ia., Beers & Eaton, Printers. 1890
Also, a complete roster of the regiment, by Charles H. Lothrop.
Fiche: 2986-2997 Pike, James.
The scout and ranger: being the personal adventures of Corporal Pike, of the fourth Ohio cavalry.
Cincinnati, J.R. Hawley. 1865
As a Texan ranger, in the Indian wars, delineating western adventure; afterward a scout and spy, in Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, and the Carolinas, under Generals Mitchell, Rosecrans, Stanley, Sheridan, Lytle, Thomas Crook, and Sherman. Fully illustrating the secret service. Twenty-five full-page engravings.
Fiche: 3741-3750 Rose, Victor, M.
Ross's Texas Brigade.
Being a Narrative of Events; 185 p.
Fiche: 3910-3914 Gayarre, Charles Etienne Arthur.
Romance of the history of Louisiana.
New York, D. Appleton. 1848
A series of lectures, by Charles Gayarre.
Fiche: 4926-4931a Watterson, Henry.
Oddities in southern life and character.
Boston, Houghton, Mifflin. 1883
edited by Henry Watterson; with illustrations by W.L. Sheppard and F.S. Church.
Fiche: 5228-5239 Calvert, Henry Murray.
Reminiscences of a boy in blue, 1862-1865.
New York and London, G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1920
Fiche: 5348-5335a Cate, Wirt Armistead, ed.
Two soldiers; the campaign diaries of Thomas J. Key, C.S.A., December 7, 1863-May 17, 1865, and Robert J. Campbell, U.S.A., January 1, 1864-July 21, 1864; edited, with an introduction, notes and maps.
Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press. 1938
Fiche: 5356-5363 Clark, James Samuel.
Life in the middle west; reminiscences of J.S. Clark.
Chicago, The Advance Publishing Company. 
Fiche: 5386-5389 West, John Camden.
A Texan in search of a fight.
Waco, Texas., Press of J.S. Hill & Co. 1901
Being the diary and letters of a private soldier in Hood's Texas brigade.
Fiche: 5564-5568 Clark, George.
A glance backward; or, Some events in the past history of my life.
[Houston, Press of Rein]. [1914?]
Fiche: 6501-6503 Fletcher, William Andrew.
Rebel private, front and rear; experiences and observations from the early fifties and through the civil war.
Beaumont, Press of the Greer Print. 1908
Fiche: 6800-6805 Polley, Joseph Benjamin.
Hood's Texas brigade, its marches, its battles, its achievements.
New York, Neale Publishing. 1910
Fiche: 6895-6903 Ware, Eugene Fitch.
The Lyon Campaign in Missouri.
Topeka, Kans., Printed by Crane. 1907
Being a history of the First Iowa infantry and of the causes which led up to its organization, and how it earned the thanks of Congress, which it got. Together with a birdseye view of the conditions in Iowa preceding the great civil war of 1861.
Fiche: 6992-7002 Champigny, Jean, chevalier de.
La Louisiane ensanglantee, avec toutes les particularites de cette horrible casastrophe, redigees sur le serment de temoins dignes de foi.
Londres, Aux depens de l'editeur: chez Fleury Mesplet. 1773
Fiche: 7919-7921b Spring, Gardiner.
Memoirs of the Rev. Samuel J. Mills, late missionary to the south western section of the United States, and agent of the American colonization society, deputed to explore the coast of Africa.
New York, New York Evangelical Missionary Society, J. Seymour Printer. 1820
Fiche: 8891-8893b Darby, William.
The emigrant's guide to the western and southwestern states and territories comprising a geographical and statistical description of the States.
New York, Kirk & Mercein. 1818
Accompanied by a map of the United States.
Fiche: 9285-9288b Webber, Charles Wilkins.
Old Hicks, the guide, or, Adventures in the Camanche country in search of a gold mine.
History of the expedition under the command of Captains Lewis and Clark, to the sources of the Missouri, thence across the Rocky mountains and down the river Columbia to the Pacific ocean.
Philadelphia, Bradford and Inskeep. 1814
Performed during the years 1804-5-6. By order of the government of the United States / prepared for the press by Paul Allen.
Fiche: 9420-9431a Bryant, Edwin.
What I saw in California: being the journal of a tour, by the emigrant route and South pass of the Rocky mountains, across the continent of North America, the great desert basin, and through California, in the years 1846, 1847.
New York, D. Appleton & Company; Philadelphia, G.S. Appleton. 1848
Fiche: 9538-9543 Coke, Henry John.
A ride over the Rocky mountains to Oregon and California.
London, R. Bentley. 1852
With a glance at some of the tropical islands, including the West Indies and the Sandwich isles.
Fiche: 9559-9563a Colt, Miriam (Davis), Mrs.
Went to Kansas; being a thrilling account of an ill-fated expedition to that fairy land, and its sad results; together with a sketch of the life of the author.
Watertown [N.Y.] Printed by L. Ingalls & Co. 1862
Fiche: 9695-9698 Hayden, Ferdinand Vandeveer.
Contributions to the ethnography and philology of the Indian tribes of the Missouri Valley.
Philadelphia, C. Sherman. 1862
prepared under the direction of Capt. William F. Raynolds.
Fiche: 9700-9703 Leland, Alonzo.
New map of the mining regions of Oregon and Washington Territory...compiled from observations made in 1861-2.
San Francisco, A. Roman. 1863
Fiche: 9711-9711a Bliss, Edward.
A brief history of the new gold regions of Colorado Territory, together with hints and suggestions to intending emigrants.
New York, J.W. Amerman. 1864
Fiche: 9720-9720a Hall, Edward Hepple.
The great West: migrants', settlers' & travellers' guide and handbook to the states of California and Oregon, and the territories of Nebraska, Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada and Washington.
New York, Tribune Office. 1864
With a full and accurate account of their climate, soil, resources, and products.
Fiche: 9722-9723 Mullan, John.
Miners and travelers' guide to Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado, via the Missouri and Columbia Rivers: accompanied by a general map of the mineral region of the northern sections of the Rocky Mountains.
New York, W.M. Franklin. 1865
Fiche: 9733-9735 Stuart, Granville.
Montana as it is, being a general description of its resources, both mineral and agricultural, including a complete description of the face of the country, its climate, etc.
Twenty-nine years a slave. Twenty-nine years a free man. Recollections of H.C. Bruce.
Fiche: 10278-10282 Bay, William Van Ness.
[Washington, Printed at the Congressional Globe Office]. 
Speech of Hon. W.V.N. Bay, of Missouri, in the house of representatives, February 20, 1850, in committee of the whole on the state of the Union, on the resolution referring the President's message to the various standing committees.
Fiche: 10443-10444 St. Landry Parish (La.).
An ordinance organizing and establishing patrols for the police of slaves in the parish of St. Landry.
Opelousas [La.] Printed at the Office of the Opelousas Patriot. 1863
Fiche: 10539-10540 Foote, Henry S. (Henry Stuart).
California, territorial governments, &c.
Remarks of Hon. Mr. Foote, of Mississippi, on the plan of adjusting the questions growing out of slavery, reported in the Senate, May 15, 16, and 20, 1850.
Fiche: 10597-10598 The reign of terror in Kanzas [!]: as encouraged by President Pierce, and carried out by the southern slave power: by which men have been murdered and scalped! Women dragged from their homes and violated! Printing offices and private houses burned! Ministers of the Gospel tarred and feathered! Citizens robbed and driven from their homes! And other enormities inflicted on free settlers by border ruffians. And related by eye witnesses of the events.
Boston, C.W. Briggs. 1856
Fiche: 10720-10721 Dumas, Alexandre.
Un Gil-Blas en Californie.
Paris, Levy. 1861
Fiche: 10970-10978 California. Constitution.
Constitution of the state of California.
San Francisco, Printed at the Office of the Alta California. 1849
Fiche: 11248-11249 De Fontaine, Felix Gregory.
History of American abolitionism; its four great epochs, embracing narratives of the ordinance of 1787, compromise of 1820, annexation of Texas, Mexican war, Wilmot proviso, negro insurrections, abolition riots, slave rescues, compromise of 1850, Kansas bill of 1854, John Brown insurrection, 1859, valuable statistics, &c., &c., &c., together with a history of the southern confederacy.
(In Smithsonian Institution. Annual report, 1854; p. 296-316).
Fiche: 12843 Cady, John H.
Arizona's yesterday, being the narrative of John H. Cady, pioneer, rewritten and rev. by Basil Dillon Woon, 1915.
[Los Angeles, Times-Minor Printing and Binding House]. [c.1916]
Fiche: 12852-12856 Burke, William S.
The history of Leavenworth, the metropolis of Kansas, and the chief commercial center west of the Missouri River.
The Leavenworth Times Book and Job Printing Establishment. 1880
The superior mercantile and manufacturing facilities of the city.
Fiche: 12857-12860 Brownlow, William G.
Helps to the study of Presbyterianism; or, An unsophisticated exposition of Calvinism.
Knoxville, T.F.S. Heiskell. 1834
Fiche: 12861-12868 [Burlend, Rebecca, Mrs.].
A true picture of emigration.
London, G. Berger; [etc. etc.]. 
Fiche: 12869-12871 Sons of Colorado; a monthly publication devoted to the interests of the society "for Colorado".
[Denver, W.C. Bishop]. 1906-1908
Fiche: 12872-12896 Lee, Nelson.
Three years among the Camanches; the narrative of Nelson Lee, the Texas Ranger.
Albany, Baker Taylor. 1859
Fiche: 12887-12889a Southern California Panama Expositions Commission.
Southern California, comprising the counties of Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Ventura; issued by Southern California Panama expositions commission.
[San Diego?] Southern Panama Expositions Commission. [c.1914]
Fiche: 12897-12903 Clark, Charles M.
A trip to Pike's Peak and notes by the way...being descriptive of incidents and accidents that attended the pilgrimage; of the country through Kansas and Nebraska; and Rocky Mountains; mining regions, mining operations, etc., etc.
Chicago, S.P. Rounds' Steam Book and Job Printing House. 1861
Fiche: 12900-12902a Sowell, Andrew Jackson.
Early settlers and Indian fighters of southwest Texas.
Austin, Tex., B.C. Jones & Co. 1900
Fiche: 12904-12924 Stirling, Patrick J.
The Australian and Californian gold discoveries, and their probable consequences; or, An inquiry into the laws which determine the value and distribution of the precious metals; with historical notices of the effects of the American mines on European prices in the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centures.
Edinburgh, Oliver & Boyd; [etc., etc.]. 1853
Fiche: 12925-12933 Strong, Thomas N.
Cathlamet on the Columbia; recollections of the Indian people and short stores of early pioneer days in the valley of the lower Columbia River.
Portland, Or., The Holly Press. 1906
Fiche: 12934-12937 Strong, Frank.
The government of the American people.
Boston, New York [etc.] Houghton, Mifflin and Company. 1901
Fiche: 12938-12946 Steele, John.
In camp and cabin.
Lodi, Wis., J. Steele. c.1901
Mining life and adventure, in California during 1850 and later.
Fiche: 12947-12949 Bradford, Ward.
Biographical sketches of the life of Major Ward Bradford.
[Fresno?, Cal.]. 1891
Containing a graphic description of the manners and life of early times; vivid incidents in Indian wars, and wilds of the mountains; life in the gold regions of Nevada.
Fiche: 12950-12952 Brake, Hezekiah.
On two continents.
Topeka, Kan. Crane & Company. 1896
Fiche: 12953-12959 Bronson, Edgar B.
Reminiscences of a ranchman.
New York, The McClure Company. 1908
Fiche: 12960-12967 Bross, William.
History of Chicago.
Chicago, Jansen, McClurg & Co. 1876
Historical and commercial statistics, sketches, facts and figures, republished from the "Daily Democratic press".
Fiche: 12968-12972 Brown, John.
Twenty-five years a parson in the wild West.
Fall River, Mass. 1896
Fiche: 12973-12978 Cranfill, James B.
Dr. J.B. Cranfill's chronicle; a story of life in Texas.
New York, Chicago [etc.] Fleming H. Revell. [c.1916]
Fiche: 12979-12992 Baskin, Robert N.
Reply by R.N. Baskin to certain statements by O.F. Whitney in his history of Utah, published in 1916.
[Salt Lake City, Lakeside Ptg. Co.]. [1916?]
Fiche: 12993-12994 Bashford, James W.
The Oregon missions; the story of how the line was run between Canada and the United States.
New York, Cincinnati, The Abingdon Press. (c.1918)
An account of the expedition in pursuit of the hostile Chiricahua Apaches in the spring of 1883.
Fiche: 13034-13038 Bourke, John Gregory.
...Mackenzie's last fight with the Cheyennes: a winter campaign in Wyoming and Montana.
Governor's Island, N.Y. 1890
Fiche: 13039-13041 Bourke, John Gregory.
The snake-dance of the Moquis of Arizona; being a narragive of a journey from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to the villages of the Moqui Indians of Arizona, with a description of the manners and customs of this peculiar people.
New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1884
Fiche: 13042-13052 Coale, Charles B.
The life and adventures of Wilburn Waters, the famous hunter and trapper of White Top Mountain; embracing early history of southwestern Virginia.
Richmond, G.W. Gary & Co. 1878
Fiche: 13053-13059 Colton, Joseph H., pub.
The state of Indiana delineated; geographica, historical, statistical & commercial, and a brief view of the internal improvements, geology, education, travelling routes, &c.
New York, J.H. Colton. 1838
Fiche: 13060-13063 Colvocoresses, George M.
Four years in a government exploring expedition; to the island of Madeira, Cape Verd islands Brazil...&c, &c.