Updated bibliography of materials related to the history of the 147th ny volunteer regiment



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THE HISTORY OF THE 147th NY VOLUNTEER REGIMENT
[NOTE: A preliminary bibliography was published as part of Volume I. This bibliography contains all the items cited in Volume I plus additional items since found. It should be also noted that many articles in the Oswego papers of the period were merely captioned “From the 147th.” However to make sense of the contents for the reader, I have given them my own titles prefaced by “FROM THE 147TH”
“Adjutant Lyman’s Visitor,” Palladium Wednesday, August 17, 1881
Ambrose, William S. An Interpretative Earthworks Preservation Guide for Petersburg National Battlefield, Master’s Thesis, (M. RPA) Clemson University, 1876
American Civil War Research (database) http://www.civilwardata.com
Archer, John M. Culp’s Hill at Gettysburg: The Mountain Trembled, Gettysburg, PA: Thomas Publications, 2002
Ashhurst, Richard L. “First Day’s Fight at Gettysburg” Military Essays and Recollections of the Pennsylvania Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, 1866-1903 Compiled by Michael A. Cavanaugh, Volume I. Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co. c1995. p. 305 - 332
Atwater, Dorence, Prisoners who died at Andersonville Prison: Atwater list. [Andersonville, Ga.: National Society of Andersonville, 1981]
Averill, James, Andersonville prison park, Report of its purchase and improvement Accompanied by a plat of the grounds, made from actual survey Atlanta, GA: [Byrd printing company, 1899?]
Bachelder, John, John Bachelder’s History of the Battle of Gettysburg, / transcribed, edited and annotated by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press, 1997
Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in their own words / transcribed, edited and annotated by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd; publisher’s consultant, Richard Allen Sauers, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press, 1994-1995 3 v.
Badeau, Adam, Military history of Ulysses S. Grant, from April 1861, to April, 1865. New York: D. Appleton and company, 1868-81 3 v.
Baker, Joel A. “Battle of the Wilderness” Daily Times and Express, Monday, May 13, 1883
Battles and leaders of the Civil War, New York: the Century Co., 1887-88 4 v.
Battles and leaders of the Civil War, Volume 5 / edited by Peter Cozzens, Urbana: University of Illinois Press c. 2002
Battles and leaders of the Civil War, Volume 6 / edited by Peter Cozzens, Urbana: University of Illinois Press, c. 2004
Beale, James, “First Day’s Fight” Philadelphia Weekly Times, April 27, 1878
Bearss, Edwin C. Andersonville National Historic Site: historic resource study and historical base map, Washington: U. S. Office of History and Historic Architecture, Eastern Service Center
Bearss, Edwin C. Battle of Five Forks, / Edwin C. Bearss and Chris Calkins, Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard, 1985, 2nd edition
Biddle, Chapman, The first day of the Battle of Gettysburg: an address delivered before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, on the 8th of March, 1880 Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1880. http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gdc/scd0001.00019520389
Bristol, Lansing, The Civil War Diary And Letters Of Lieutenant Lansing Bristol, 147th New York Volunteers, / Compiled By Joyce Hawthorne Cook for the Friends of History in Fulton, N. Y., Inc. Oswego, N.Y.: Mitchell Printing Co., 2004

“The Blue and the Gray,” Oswego Daily Palladium, Saturday, November 11, 1875


Buell, Augustus C. "The cannoneer." Washington, D.C.: The National tribune, 1890
Busey, John W. The last full measure: burials in the Soldiers’ National Cemetery at Gettysburg / edited by David G. Martin; additional material by Arthur L. Kennell and John S. Patterson. Hightstown, NJ: Longstreet House, 1988.
Busey, John W. Regimental strengths and losses at Gettysburg / by John W. Busey and David G. Martin. 4th ed. Hightstown, N.J. (P.O. Box 730, Hightstown 08520): Longstreet House, 2005.
Busey, John W. These honored dead: the Union casualties at Gettysburg 2nd ed. Hightstown, NJ: Longstreet House, 1996.
Calkins, Chris The Appomattox campaign: March 29-April 9, 1865 / Conshohocken, PA: Combined Books, c1997.
Calkins, Chris M. “A Geographic Description of the Petersburg Battlefields,” Virginia Geographer, Spring-Summer, 1984, 16: 43-56
Carpenter, John A., “Doubleday’s Chancellorsville and Gettysburg,” Military Affairs 1963, 27 (2): 84-88.
Carrington, James McD. “First Day at Gettysburg” Southern historical society papers 1909, 37: 326-37
Carroon, Robert G. Union blue: the history of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States Shippensburg, Pa.: White Mane Books, c2001.
Case, Nathan, Letters, 1862 -1863, Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center
Case, Nathan, Letters, 1856 – 1888, Wisconsin Historical Society
Case, Samuel F., Correspondence, 1861-1865, Duke University Archives 29 items.
Catton, Bruce, “Sheridan at Five Forks” Journal of Southern History, August 1955, 21 (3): 305 – 315.

Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence, “Appomattox,” in Personal Recollections of the War of the Rebellion. Addresses Delivered Before the Commandery of the State of New York, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Published by the Commandery, Astor Place, New York: J. J. Little & Co. 1907, III: 260 – 280.



Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence “Five Forks,” War Papers: Read Before the Commandery of the State of Maine, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Portland: Lefavor-Tower Company 1902. II: 220-267
Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence “The Last Review of the Army of the Potomac, May 23, 1865,” in War Papers Read before the Commandery of the State of Maine, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Volume III, Portland: The Thurston Print, III: 306 – 333.
Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence “The Military Operations on the White Oak Road, Virginia, March 31, 1865,” War Papers, Read before the Commandery of the State of Maine, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Portland: The Thurston Print, 1898, v. I : 207-253
Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence The passing of the armies; an account of the final campaign of the Army of the Potomac New York, London, G. P. Putnam’s sons, 1915.
“Church Bible is Brought Back to Pulpit: Former Fulton Man Brought Bible Back from Southern Parole Camp,” Oswego Palladium-Times, Thursday, March 18, 1941
Churchill, John Charles, ed. Landmarks of Oswego county, New York; edited by John C. Churchill, assisted by H. Perry Smith and W. Stanley Child. Syracuse, N.Y.: D. Mason, 1895, Part I, pp. 184-200.
Coe, Algernon S. [Address Given at the Dedication of the Monument of the 147th Regiment at Gettysburg] Oswego Daily Times, July 2, 1888.
Coe, Algernon S., Dr., “Letter of Algernon S. Coe, Oswego, NY December 28, 1888 and related materials,” In Ladd, David L and Audrey J. Ladd, The Bachelder Papers, 3 vols. Dayton: Morningside, 1994-1995; 3: 1563-1572.
Coe, Algernon S., “The 14th N. Y. Zouaves” National Tribune, August 13, 1885
Coey, James “Cutler’ Brigade: the 147th’s Magnificent Fight on the First day of Gettysburg.” National Tribune, July 15, 1915
Collins, George K. Memories of the 149th Regiment New York Volunteer Infantry Syracuse: published by author 1891
Collins, George K. Memoirs of the 149th Regt. N. Y. Vol. Inft., 3d Brig., 2d Div., 12th and 20th A.C. / foreword by Harry W. Pfanz. Hamilton, N.Y.: Edmonston Pub., c1995.
Conklin, E. F. “Elmina Keeler Spencer: Matron 147th New York” Gettysburg Magazine 8 (January 1993): 120-126 also reproduced in Conklin, E. F. Women at Gettysburg, Gettysburg, PA: Thomas Publications, 1993 pp. 52-60.
Cooke, Sidney “First Day at Gettysburg” in Military order of the loyal legion of the United States, Kansas commandery. War talks in Kansas; a series of papers read before the Kansas commandery of the Military order of the loyal legion of the United States. Kansas City, Mo.: Press of the F. Hudson publishing company, 1906, pp. 275-289; reprinted in the Gettysburg Papers compiled by Ken Bandy, Florence Freeland; indexed by Margie Riddle, Bearss, Dayton, OH: Press of Morningside Bookshop, 1978, 2v., 1:239-253 http://suvcw.org/mollus/warpapers/KSv1p277.htm
Cooke, Thornton, “A Bible Goes Home,” March, 1941 Atlantic, v. 167; 366-368
Cox, John D. Culp’s Hill: the attack and defense of the Union flank, July 2, 1863, Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press, 2003.
Cullen, Joseph P. “When Grant Faced Lee Across the North Anna” Civil War Times Illustrated, 1965 3 (10): 16 - 23.
Dawes, Rufus R, “Letter of Capt. Rufus R. Dawes, March 18, 1868.” in Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in their own words / transcribed, edited and annotated by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd; publisher’s consultant, Richard Allen Sauers, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press, 1994-1995 v. I: 322-327
Davis, Robert Scott, Ghosts and shadows of Andersonville: essays on the secret social histories of America’s deadliest prison, Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, c 2006
Dawes, Rufus R. “With the Sixth Wisconsin at Gettysburg” Papers read before the Ohio Commandry of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. 1888-1890 Edited by Robert Hunter, late Captain U.S.V., Recorder. Published by the Commandery. Volume III Cincinnati. Robert Clarke and Company. 1890
Dempsey, Joseph An Officer’s Account of Chancellorsville[Oswego] Commercial Times, Friday, May 22, 1863
Dempsey, Joseph “Letter to the Editor” Oswego Times, May 23, 1863
Dickson, D. J. “At Culp’s Hill: Gallant Fighting by the First Corps,” National Tribune, March 15, 1915
Doubleday, Abner Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, New York: Charles Scribner’s & Sons, 1882
Dreese, Michael, “Fighting and Dying for the Colors at Gettysburg,” Civil War Times, July 2007: 46 (5): 36-43.
Drew, Ken, Camp Sumter: the Andersonville chronology, October 28, 1863-November 21, 1865 Americus, Ga. (1320 Hancock Dr., Americus 31709): K. Drew, c1989

Driver, William R. “The siege of Petersburg after the capture of the Weldon Railroad” in Military Historical Society of Massachusetts Petersburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg ... Boston: Military historical Society of Massachusetts, 1906. [Papers of the Military historical society of Massachusetts v. 5] 307-318

Dutton, Grove H. “A Cute Trick” National Tribune March 15, 1894


Dutton, Grove H. “Loss of the 24th Michigan at Gettysburg,” National Tribune April 8, 1886
Dutton, Grove H. “147th” National Tribune October 22, 1908 [topic: Gettysburg]
Dutton, Grove H. “Saved Our Lives” National Tribune June 13, 1895
Dutton, Grove H. “Warren Defended,” National Tribune May 28, 1896
Dutton, Grove H. “Weldon Railroad: Its Capture by the Fifth Corps,” National Tribune, April 15, 1886
Dutton, Grove H. “Weldon Railroad: New Yorkers Killed by Our Artillery, National Tribune, January 23, 1890
Eicher, John H. Civil War high commands, Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2001
Ethier, Eric, “George Sears Greene: Gettysburg’s Other Second Day Hero,” Rhode Island History (1995) 58-68.
Fairfield, George, “The Capture at the Railroad Cut,” National Tribune, September 1, 1910
Farling, Dudley, “Letter to the Editor,” Oswego Times, December 12, 1862
Fennel, Charles Clifford, The Attack and Defense of Culp’s Hill: Greene’s Brigade at the Battle of Gettysburg, July 1 – 3, 1863, Ph.D. dissertation, University of West Virginia, 1992 237p., University Microfilms.
“Fight Begun” Oswego Commercial Times, Thursday, July 2, 1863
Fighting them over: how the veterans remembered Gettysburg in the pages of the National tribune / edited by Richard A. Sauers; assisted by James L. McLean, Jr. Baltimore: Butternut and Blue, 1998
Fox, William F. Regimental losses in the American civil war, 1861-1865 Albany: Albany pub. co., 1889
“From the 147th” [Oswego] Daily Palladium, Monday, February 8, 1864 (letter dated February 1, 1864, describing life in camp by a person identified as “Speaker”
Gallagher, Gary W. ed., The First day at Gettysburg: essays on Confederate and Union Leadership Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, c1992.
Gardiner, Asa Bird, The Battles of “Gravelly Run,” “Dinwiddie Courthouse,” and “Five Forks,” Va. 1865; Chicago, 1881
Gardiner, Asa Bird, The battles of "Gravelly Run", "Dinwiddie Court-house", and "Five Forks", Va., 1865. Argument on behalf of Lieut Gen. Philip H. Sheridan, U.S.A., respondent , by Asa Bird Gardner [!] L.L.D., judge - advocate, U.S.A., of council before the court of inquiry convened by the President of the United States, (S.O. 277, ex. 6, Army hd. qrs., A.G.O., 9 Dec. 1879,) in the case of Lieut. Col. and Bvt. Major-General Gouverneur K. Warren, Corps of Engineers, formerly Major-General commanding the 5th Army Corps, applicant. Delivered July 27th, 28th, and 30th, 1881 Washington: Govt. Printing Office, 1881
“General Warren at Five Forks and the Court of Inquiry” Battles and leaders of the Civil War, New York: the Century Co., 1887-88 v. 4: 723
The Gettysburg papers / compiled by Ken Bandy, Florence Freeland; indexed by Margie Riddle Bearss Dayton, Ohio: Press of Morningside Bookshop, 1978 2 v.

“Gettysburg: The Great Battle of July 1, 2 & 3, 1863, Who Opened the Battle?” Gettysburg Star and Sentinel, May 5, 1885.


Girvan, Jeffrey M., The 55th North Carolina in the Civil War: a history and roster Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., c2006.
Girvan, Jeffrey M., Fighting with Lee: the 55th North Carolina in the Army of Northern Virginia, 1862-1865 Shippensburg, Pa.: White Mane Books, 2005.
Gottfried, Bradley M. Brigades of Gettysburg : the Union and Confederate Brigades at the Battle of Gettysburg Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press, c2002 pp. 48-60
Hall, James A. “Letter of Capt. James A. Hall, February 27, 1867,” in Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in their own words / transcribed, edited and annotated by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd; publisher’s consultant, Richard Allen Sauers, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press, 1994-1995 v. I: 305-307
Hall, James A. “Letter of Capt. James A. Hall, December 29, 1869,” in Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in their own words / transcribed, edited and annotated by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd; publisher’s consultant, Richard Allen Sauers, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press, 1994-1995 v. I: 385-389
Halstead, Eminel P. "The First Day of the Battle of Gettysburg." Prepared by Companion Brevet Major E.P. Halstead and read at the stated meeting of March 2, 1887: [Washington, 1887] which appeared in the Papers of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Papers of the District of Columbia Commandery v. I: 3-10;
Hanson, Joseph Mills, “The Stolen March: Cold Harbor to Petersburg” Journal of the American Military History Foundation, Winter 1937-1938, 1 (4): 139-150
Harney, George, “Letter of Maj. George Harney, August 16, 1865,” in Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in their own words / transcribed, edited and annotated by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd; publisher’s consultant, Richard Allen Sauers, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press, 1994-1995 v. II: 944-946
Hassler, Warren W. jr. “The First Day’s Battle of Gettysburg,” Civil War History, (1960) 6(3): 259-276
Hassler, William W Crisis at the Crossroads : the first day at Gettysburg Montgomery: University of Alabama Press 1970
Hathaway, John L. “Mine Run Movement.” War Papers: Read Before the Commandery of the State of Wisconsin, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States Published by the Commandery. Volume I, Milwaukee: Burdick, Armitage & Allen 1891. p. 120-124.

Headegen, Lance J. and William K. Beaudot In the Bloody Railroad Cut at Gettysburg, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press 1990


Hendrix, Dorothy Kincheloe A leaf from army life: the background and experiences of a Civil War soldier. S.l : s.n., 1995.

Herdegren, Lance J. and Beaudot, J. K. In the Bloody Railroad Cut at Gettysburg Dayton, OH: Morningside House, Inc., 1991


Hewett, Janet, ed. The roster of Union soldiers, 1861-1865 / Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Pub. Co., 1997-2000 33 v

Histories of the several regiments and battalions from North Carolina in the Great War, 1861-’65 / written by members of the respective commands; edited by Walter Clark, Wendell, NC: Broadfoot’s Bookmark, 1982 5 v. (55th North Carolina, v.3, 286-312, account of their participation at Gettysburg, pp. 296-299)
“History of the [Fifth] Corps,” National Tribune, August 25, 1892
Hofmann, J[ohn] William “Field Operations, First Day at Gettysburg” Military Essays and Recollections of the Pennsylvania Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, 1866-1903 Compiled by Michael A. Cavanaugh, Volume I. Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co. c1995. p. 289-304
Hofmann, John W. “Gettysburg Again, General Hofmann on the Action of the 147th New York at the Opening of the Battle.” National Tribune, June 5, 1884
Hofmann, John W. “Letter of Col. J. William Hofmann,” in Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in their own words / transcribed, edited and annotated by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd; publisher’s consultant, Richard Allen Sauers, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press, 1994-1995 v. II: 946-947
Hofmann, J[ohn] William, Papers, Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Hofmann, John W. Remarks on the Battle of Gettysburg, Paper Read before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, March 18, 1880, Philadelphia: A.W. Auner, 1880
Horn, John (John Edward) The destruction of the Weldon Railroad, Deep Bottom, Globe Tavern, and Reams Station, August 14-25, 1864 Lynchburg, Va.: H.E. Howard Inc c1991
Horn, John (John Edward) The Petersburg Campaign: June 1864-April 1865 Conshohocken, PA: Combined Books: Mechanicsburg, PA: Distributed in North America by Stackpole Books, c1993.
Howard, Oliver Otis, “The Campaign at Gettysburg,” Atlantic Monthly, July 1876 38: 48 -71
Howard, William F The Gettysburg Death Roster The Federal Dead at Gettysburg Dayton: Morningside 1990
Hubbard, John Nelson. “Cutler’s Brigade Led” National Tribune, September 1, 1910
Huber, A. H. “At Gettysburg: Cutler’s Brigade First and the Iron Brigade Next on the Field” National Tribune December 8, 1892
Hugunin, George Diary. Syracuse, N.Y.: Jan. 7th 1889.

http://www.huguenin-family.com/
Hugunin, George, “At the North Anna: A New York Fifth Corps Man Ventures to Make Himself Known,” National Tribune, May 26, 1887
Hugunin, George, “From the 147th: Letter relating to Spottsylvania Courthouse” Oswego Commercial Times, Wednesday, May 25, 1864
Hugunin, George, “Untitled”, National Tribune, April 24, 1890
Humphreys, Andrew A The Virginia campaign of ’64 and ’65; the Army of the Potomac and the Army of the James New York, C. Scribner’s sons, 1883
Hunt, Henry J., “The First Day at Gettysburg” Battles and leaders of the Civil War, New York: the Century Co., 1887-88 v. 3: 255 -283
Hunt, Henry J., “The Second Day at Gettysburg” Battles and leaders of the Civil War, New York: the Century Co., 1887-88 v. 3: 290 - 312
Hunt, Henry J., “The Third Day at Gettysburg” Battles and leaders of the Civil War, New York: the Century Co., 1887-88 v. 3: 369 – 384
Hunt, Roger D. Colonels in blue: Union army colonels of the Civil War, Atglen, PA: Schiffer, 2001-2003, 2 vols.
“Interesting Relics” Oswego Daily Times, Thursday, November 14, 1901
Johnson, Crisfield. History of Oswego County, New York. With illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. Philadelphia, L.H. Everts & co., 1877
Jones, Jesse H., “The Breastworks at Culp’s Hill” Battles and leaders of the Civil War, New York: the Century Co., 1887-88 v. 3: 316 - 318
Jordan, David M, “Happiness is not my companion”: the life of General G.K. Warren, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001
Kearny, Thomas, “From the 147th: Combat at North Anna” Oswego Daily Palladium, July 7, 1864
Kearny, Thomas, “147th In Action: Twelve Days Fighting from the Wilderness to Laurel Hill” Oswego Daily Palladium, June 14, 1864
Kellogg, John A. “Letter of Col. John A. Kellog, November 1, 1865,” in Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in their own words / transcribed, edited and annotated by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd; publisher’s consultant, Richard Allen Sauers, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press, 1994-1995 v. I: 204-206
Kowalis, Jeffrey J. Died at Gettysburg! : "no prouder epitaph need any man covet": “illustrated biographies of the Union casualties at Gettysburg Hightstown, N.J.: Longstreet House, 1998. (pp. 152-153 highlights Private Harlow Mills of Albion, “C” Company 147th NY.)
Krick, Robert E. L. "Weldon Railroad August 18–21, 1864." Civil War Magazine 67 (April 1998): 22–27.
Krumwiede, John F. “A July Afternoon on McPherson’s Ridge” Gettysburg Magazine, (July 1999) Issue 21: 21-44

Kruwiede, John F. “Old Waddy’s Coming”: The Military Career of Brigadier General James S. Wadsworth Baltimore: Butternut and Blue, 2002


Ledoux, Albert H. The Union dead of the Florence Stockade / compiled by Albert H. Ledoux. [South Carolina]: Old Darlington District Chapter, South Carolina Genealogical Society, c2000.
Lee, Edward, Prison, camp and pulpit, the life of a city missionary in the slums. Talks and tramps here and there, by Edward Lee, of Oswego, New York. The record of an eventful life. Edited by Charles Dunning Clark. Oswego, R. J. Oliphant, printer, 1889. iv, 288 p.
Lyman, H. H., “At Gettysburg,” National Tribune October 13, 1892.
Lyman, H. H. “Battle of Gettysburg. Opened by Cutler’s Brigade and Not by Any Single Regiment” National Tribune August 25, 1887
Lyman, H. H. “Gen. Howard Criticized” National Tribune March 12, 1885
Lyman, Henry H. Historical sketch, In New York monuments commission for battlefields of Gettysburg and Chattanooga final report, 1900, v. 3 p. 997-1010.
Lyman, Henry H. “Letter of Lt. Henry H. Lyman, April 15, 1889.” in Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in their own words / transcribed, edited and annotated by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd; publisher’s consultant, Richard Allen Sauers, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press, 1994-1995 v. III: 1581-1582
Lyman, Henry H., “Letters of Lt. Henry Lyman,” in Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in their own words / transcribed, edited and annotated by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd; publisher’s consultant, Richard Allen Sauers, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press, 1994-1995 v. I: 330-332.
Lyman, Henry H. Memories of the Old Homestead, Oswego, NY: The Press of R. J. Oliphant, 1900.
Lynch, Grace, “The Way It Used To Be,” Fulton Patriot, May 9, 1968 (biography of Joel A. Baker with extracts from his diary.]
Mace, Guilford D., Letter January 28, 1863, Civil War Miscellenea Collection, Military History Institute, Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
Martin, David G. Gettysburg, July 1 Rev. ed. Conshohocken, PA: Combined Books, 1999.
McCoy, Thomas F. “At the Weldon Road: An Important Piece of History of the Petersburg Siege,” National Tribune, March 13, 1890.
McElroy, John, Andersonville: a story of rebel military prisons, Washington: National Tribune, 1899 [c 1879] 2 v.
McLean, James L. Cutler’s Brigade at Gettysburg Baltimore, Md.: Butternut and Blue, 1987.
Middleton, Anna “History of the Elmina Spencer Tent,” Seventeenth Publication of the Oswego County Historical Society, Oswego, NY: Palladium Times Printers 1954, 47 – 48
Miller, Francis C. “Letter, June 13, 1878.” in Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in their own words / transcribed, edited and annotated by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd; publisher’s consultant, Richard Allen Sauers, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press, 1994-1995 v. I: 629-630.
Minningh, Luther W. Gettysburg: “What they did here” Chicago: Tipton & Blocher, 1924
Moore, James H. “Heth’s Division at Gettysburg” Southern Bivouac (1885) 3: 383-395
Morgan, Charles M. “Report of Lt. Col. Charles M. Morgan,” in Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in their own words / transcribed, edited and annotated by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd; publisher’s consultant, Richard Allen Sauers, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press, 1994-1995 v. III: 1345-1369
“Mrs. Spencer’s Birthday,” Oswego Daily Palladium, Friday, September 13, 1912
Murray, R. L. First on the field : Cortland’s 76th and Oswego’s 147th New York State volunteer regiments at Gettysburg Wolcott, NY: Benedum Books, 1998.
Murray, R. L., ed. New Yorkers in the Civil War, Vol. 6, Wolcott, N.Y.: Benedum Books, 2006
National Gravesite Locator, U. S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs http://gravelocator.cem.va.gov/j2ee/servlet/NGL_v1
New, George, “Letter, September 8, 1865,” in Bachelder Papers: Gettysburg in their own words / transcribed, edited and annotated by David L. and Audrey J. Ladd; publisher’s consultant, Richard Allen Sauers, Dayton, OH: Morningside Press, 1994-1995 v. I: 197-199.
New York Civil War Soldiers Buried in the Gettysburg National Cemetery http://home.ptd.net/~nikki/newyork.htm

New York Civil War Soldiers Buried in the Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C. http://www.rootsweb.com/~nydutche/macem.htm

New York Infantry. 76th Regiment. Proceedings of the New York 76th Infantry at the Dedication of Their Battle Monument at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania July 1, 1888, Cortland: Daily Message Print 1889


New York (State) Archives. New York Civil War Soldier Database http://www.archives.nysed.gov/a/research/res_topics_mi_civilwar_dbintro.shtml
New York (State) Adjutant General's Office. Annual Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of New York for the Year. . . Registers of New York Regiments in the War of the Rebellion. Albany: J.B. Lyon Co., 1894-1906, 43 vols. Volume no. 39: 1-217
New York (State). Bureau of Military Statistics. Presentation of flags of New York Volunteer regiments and other organizations to His Excellency, Governor Felton, in accordance with a resolution of the legislature, July 4, 1865 Albany: Weed, Parsons & Co. 1865., p. 165.
New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center, Civil War Unit History Project, 147th NY Volunteer Infantry,

http://www.dmna.state.ny.us/historic/reghist/civil/infantry/147thInf/147thInfMain.htm
New York (State). Monuments Commission for the Battlefields of Gettysburg and Chattanooga. Final report on the battlefield of Gettysburg ... Albany, J.B. Lyon Company, Printers, 1900. 3 v. plates., ports., fold., maps, pgs. 986 - 1010
New York (State). Monuments Commission for the Battlefields of Gettysburg and Chattanooga. In memoriam : George Sears Greene, brevet major-general, United States volunteers, 1801-1899 ; pub. by authority of the state of New York, under the supervision of the New York Monuments commission. Albany, J. B. Lyon company, state printers, 1909. Contributor: William F. Fox

New York (State). Monuments Commission for the Battlefields of Gettysburg and Chattanooga. Dedication of monument erected by the State of New York at Andersonville, Georgia. [Also called: A Pilgrimage to the Shrines of Patriotism being the report of the Commission to dedicate the monument erected by the State of New York, in Andersonville, GA. [S.l.: The Commission,] 1914, 5 - 241 p


New York (State). Monuments Commission for the Battlefields of Gettysburg, Chattanooga and Antietam. In memoriam, Abner Doubleday, 1819-1893, and John Cleveland Robinson, 1817-1897. Pub. by authority of the state of New York, under the supervision of the New York monuments commission. Albany, J. B. Lyon company, printers, 1918.
New York (State). Monuments Commission for the Battlefields of Gettysburg, Chattanooga and Antietam. In memoriam, James Samuel Wadsworth, 1807-1864; Pub. by authority of the state of New York, under the supervision of the New York Monuments commission. Albany, J. B. Lyon company, printers, 1916.
Newton, Steven H. McPherson’s Ridge: the first battle for the high ground, July 1, 1863 Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press, c2002
Norton, Clark H. Clark H. Norton Papers, 1888-1919 New York State Historical Documents, Albany, N. Y.
Obituaries / Death Notices
Baehr, Frank P., Oswego Daily Times, Monday October 26, 1908

Baker, Joel A., “The Dying Chief – A Brief Biographical Sketch,” Palladium, Wednesday, July 1, 1885

Obituary, Daily Times-Express Thursday, July 2, 1885

Ball, Ransom G. Oswego Daily Times, Monday, March 6, 1899

Beadle, Alfred N. Oswego Daily Palladium, Monday, October 14, 1912

Box, John F. Oswego Daily Times, Monday, May 22, 1899

Bristol, Lansing Oswego Commercial Advertiser, Monday, February 12, 1865

Brown, Patrick Oswego Daily Times, Monday November 26, 1909

Butler, John G. Oswego Daily Times, Friday October 5, 1917

Coe, Algernon S. “Tribute”, Oswego Daily Times, Wednesday, October 18, 1893

Oswego Daily Palladium, Wednesday, October 18, 1893

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(Kansas) Times, Monday, August 16, 1926

“Veteran of 147th Regiment Dead: Col. Sidney G. Cooke was a native of Fulton,” Oswego Palladium Times, Monday, August 16, 1926.

Dempsey, Joseph Oswego Palladium Times, Monday, April 14, 1902

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Watertown Daily Times, Monday, May 6, 1901

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Miller, Francis C. “Death of Colonel Miller,” Commercial Advertiser, Friday, May 13, 1864

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