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Identifying an Ancestor in the Battle

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To identify and ancestor who was in the battle of Gettysburg it will be necessary to determine if your ancestor's regiment was assigned to either the Army of the Potomac or the Army of Northern Virginia. The Gettysburg National Military Park has webpages that will identify the military units that were assigned to these arimies. Second it will be necessary to determine if your ancestor was with his unit at the time of the battle. Specific references to the battle my be found in service and pension records, unit histories,  prisoner of war and medical records, letters written by the soldier to family or friends, casualities lists of the battle. Some soldiers who died in the battle will be found in the  Historical Records on Family Search. 


Gettysburg National Military Park (National Park Service)

Library Research Guide
Vertical File Collection
Archival Box Collection

Sources

Most of the following sources will be found at the Family History Library. Most fiche publications are from University Publications of America series, Civil War Unit Histories: Regimental Histories and Personal Narratives.

Casualities

John W. Busey. These Honored Dead; the Union casualties at Gettysburg. Hightstown New Jersey: Longstreet House, 1996. FHL 768454 974.842/G1 M2b 1996

John W. Busey and Travis W Busey.Union casualties at Gettysburg; a comprehensive record. 3 volumes. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Co., 2011. FHL 1804490 974.842/G1 M2bt

Gregory A. Coco. Wasted Valor; the Confederate Dead at Gettysburg. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Thomas Publications, 1990. FHL 618997 974.842/G1 M2cg

Gregory A. Coco. Gettysburg’s Confederate Dead. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Thomas Publications, 2003. FHL 974.842/G1 M2coc

Gregory A. Coco. Killed in Action; Eyewitness Accounts of the Last Moments of 100 Union Soldiers who Died at Gettysburg. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Thomas Publications, 1992. 974.842/G1 M2co

William F. Howard. comp.The Gettysburg Death Roster, the federal dead at Gettysburg. Dayton, Ohio: Morningside House, 1990. FHL 1124278 974.842/G1 M2ho

Frank L. Klement. "These Honored Dead:" David Wills and the Soldiers' Cemetery at Gettysburg" vol. 74, ( Fall, 1972) Lincoln Herald, pp 123- 135. FHL 973 H25Lc

Jeffrey J. and Loree L. Kowalis. Died at Gettysburg; illustrated biographies of the Union casualties at Gettysburg. Hightstown, New Jersey: Longstreet House, 1998. 974.842/G1 M2k

Robert K. Krick. And Chris L. Ferguson., comp. The Gettysburg death roster; the Confederate Dead at Gettysburg. Dayton, Ohio: Morningside Bookshop/Press, 2004. FHL 1158942 974.842/G1 M2kr 2004

Louisiana Casualities, Gettysburg, 1-2-3 July 1863. typescript, Louisiana National Guard, Jackson Barracks, New Orleans, Louisiana. FHL 1704156 itm 9

Pennsylvania. General Assembly. House of Representatives. Select Committee relative to the Soldier’s National Cemetery. 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, 1865. FHL 1486517

Medical

Gregory A. Coco. A Vast Sea of Misery’ a History and Guide to the Union and Confederate Field Hospitals at Gettysburg, July 1 to November 20, 1863. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Thomas Publications, 1988. FHL 376603 974.842/G1 M2c

Michael A. Dreese. The hospital on Seminary Ridge at the Battle of Gettysburg. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co, 2002. FHL 974.842/G1 J4d [List of deaths at the hospital]

Roland R. Maust. Grappling with Death; the Union Second Corps Hospital at Gettysburg. Dayton, Ohio: Morningside Books, 2001. FHL 1046963 973 M2mgd

Military Units at the Battle

MIchael A Dreese. The 151st Pennsylvania Volunteers at Gettysburg. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Co., 2009 Not at FHL 

Kathleen R. Georg and John W. Busey; edited by David G. Martin.Pickett’s Division at Gettysburg. Hightstown, New Jersey: Longstreet House, 1987. FHL 557595 974.842/G1 M2g [Division roster]

Rod Gragg. Covered with Glory; the 26th North Carolina Infantry at the Battle of Gettysburg. New York: New York: HarperCollins, 2000 FHL 1211601 975.6 M2g

Samuel Harris. The Michigan Brigade of Cavalry at the Battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863, under command of Brig.-Gen. Geo. A. Custer. Chicago: Samuel Harris & Co., [1894?]. 16 pp. FHL 6084602

Brian Leehan. Pale Horse at Plum Run. The First Minnesota at Gettysburg. Minnesota Historical SOciety Press, 2002 Not at FHL 

Scott L. Mingus, Sr. The Louisiana Tigers in the Gettysburg Campaign June-July 1863. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2009. Not at FHL 

R. L. Murray. First on the Field: Cortland’s 76th and Oswego’s 147th New York State Volunteer regiments at Gettysburg. New York: Bendum Books, 1998. FHL 1009622 974.7 M2mf

Edmund J. Raus, Jr. A Generation on the March: the Union Army at Gettysburg. Lynchburg, Virginia: H.E. Howard, 1987. FHL 627281 974.842/G1 M2r

Samuel Toombs. New Jersey Troops in the Gettysburg Campaign, from July 5 to July 31, 1863. Orange, N. J.: Evening Mail Pub., 1888; reprint Hightstown, New Jersey: Longstreet House, 1988. FHL 615693 974.9 M2t

L.S. Trowbridge. Michigan Troops in the Battle of gettysburg:Michigan at Gettysburg: Address of Gen. L. S. Trowbridge, July, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, 1863. [Detroit:Winn & Hammond, 1889] 12 pp. FHL 6084621

The Seventy-Third Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers at Gettysburg. [Pennsylvania?: s.n.,1889?] 28 pp. FHL fiche 6084021

History

Mark Adkin. The Gettysburg Companion: A Guide to the Most Famous Battle of the Civil War. Stackpole Books, 2008  Not at FHL 

James Beale. The Battle Flags of the Army of the Potomac at Gettysburg, Penna.: July 1st, 2d & 3d, 1863. Philadelphia: J. Beale, 1885. 35 pp. FHL 6118653

William W. Dudley. The Iron Brigade at Gettysburg: official report of the part borne by the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 1st Army Corps, Army of the Potomac, in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 1st, 2d, and 3d, 1863. Cincinnatoi: [s.n.], 1879 15 pp. FHL 6118684

Gettysburg Magazine; historical articles of lasting interest. Dayton, Ohio: Morningside House, 1989-2006. FHL 974.842/G1 H25g

Selected articles:

Edward G. J. Richter. "The Removal of the Confederate Dead from Gettysburg" January 1,1990 - Issue   Number Two

Gregory C. Coco. "Wasted Valor: The Confederate Dead at Gettysburg." July 1, 1990 - Issue Number Three

Roland R. Maust. "THe Union Second Corps Hospital at Gettysburg, July 2 to August 8, 1863." January 1, 1994 - Issue Number Ten

Jay S. Hoar. "Gettysburg's Last Surviving Soldier: James Marion Lurvey December 2, 1847-September 17, 1950."

Lance J. Herdegen. In the Bloody Railroad Cut at Gettysburg. Dayton, Ohio: Morningside Bookshop, 1990. FHL 472363 974. 842/G1 M2hb

Joseph W. Kirkley. Itinerary of the Army of the Potomac and Co-0perating Forces in the Gettysburg Campaign, June and July, 1863:organization of the Army of the Potomas at the Battle of Gettysburg and return of casualties in the Union and Confederate forces. 2nd ed. Washington: [Adjutant General's Office], 1887. 70 pp. FHL 6118670  

J. David Petruzzi and Steve Stanley. The Complete Gettysburg Guide. California: Savas Beatie, 2009 Not at FHL 

Harry W. Pfanz. Gettysburg The First Day. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2001

Harry W. Pfanz. Gettysburg Culp's Hill and Cemetery Hill. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1993 Not at FHL

Harry W. Pfanz. Gettysburg The Second Day. Chapel Hill:University of North Carolina Press, 1987

Carol Reardon, William Thomas Vossler.A Field Guide to Gettysburg:Experiencing the Battlefield through Its History, Places, and People. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2013. Not at FHL

Richard Rollins. Pickett's Charge: Eyewitness Accounts at the Battle of Gettysburg. Stackpole Books, 2005 Not at FHL

Richard Allen Sauers, comp. The Gettysburg Campaign, June 3, 1863-August 1, 1863. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1982. FHL 628257 974.842/G1 A3s 

Richard Allen Sauers. ed. Fighting Them Over. How Veterans Remembered Gettysburg in the Pages of the National Tribune. Baltimore, Maryland: Butternut and Blue, 1998 Not at FHL

War of the Rebellion: Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies.127 volumes.Washington, D.C. Government Printing Office, 188o-1901 FHL 973 M29u;pt1 film 845346; pt2 845345 item 2; pt 3 845347
Gettysburg Campaign Volumes (June 3, August 3, 1863): Series 1, volume 27, 3 parts
Part 1: reports; Part 2: reports; Part 3: Correspondence, etc

Monuments

Frederick W. Hawthorne. Gettysburg: Stories of Men and Monuments. [S.l.]: Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides, 1988. FHL 658399 974.842/G1 M2h

Tom Huntington. Guide to Gettysburg Battlefield Monuments. Find Every Monument and Tablet in the Park. PA.: Stackpole Books, 2013 Not at FHL 

David G. Martin. Confederate Monuments at Gettysburg. Hightstown, New Jersey: Longstreet House,1986. FHL 628637 974.842/G1 M2m


Connecticut

Edwin E. Marvin.Fifth Connecticut Volunteers, dedication, excursion and reunion, at Gettysburg, August 8th, 9th and 10th, 1887. Hartford, Conn.: Wiley, Waterman & Eaton, 1887. 27 pp. FHL fiche 6082916

Henry S. Stevens. Address delivered at the dedication of monument of the 14th Conn. Vols. at Gettysburg, Penn., July 3rd, 1884. Middletown, Conn.: Pelton & King Printers, 1884. 35pp FHL fiche 6082935
17th Connecticut Volunteers at Gettysburg: June 30th and July 1, 2d, and 3d. Bridgeport, Conn.: Standard Association, Printers, 1884. 46 pp. FHL fiche 6082945

Dedication of the monument of the 27th Conn. Vols. at Gettysburg, October 22d, 1885: including an account of the excursion from New Haven to Gettysburg and return. New Haven, Conn.: Price, Lee & Co., 1886 43 pp. FHL fiche 6082963

Maine
Maine Gettysburg Commission. Executive Committee. Maine at Gettysburg; report of the Maine commissioners. Portland, Me.: Lakeside Press, 1898;reprint Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Stan Clark Military Books, 1994. FHL 557618 974.1 M2mgr 1994

Howard L. Prince. Dedication of the Twentieth Maine monuments at Gettysburg, Oct 3, 1889: with report of annual reunion, Oct. 2d, 1889. Waldoboro,, Me.: News Steam Job Print, 1891. 35pp. FHL fiche 6083009

Maryland

Report of the State of Maryland Gettysburg Monument Commission to His Excellency E. E. Jackson, Governor of Maryland, June 17, 1891. Baltimore: Printed by William K. Boyle & Son, 1891 Not at FHL List of survivors

Massachusetts
James L. Bowen. Dedication of the monuments of the 7th, 10th and 37th Mass. Vols. at Gettysburg, Pa., October 6, 1886, with the dedicatory address. Springfield, Mass.: J.L. Bowen, 1886. 56 pp. FHL fiche 6083128

David M. Earle. History of the excursion of the Fifteenth Massachusetts Regiment and its friends to the battlefields of Gettysburg, PA.: Antietam, Md., Ball’s Bluff, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. May 31-June 12, 1886. Worcester [Mass.:] Charles Hamilton, 1886 58 pp. FHL 1550316 item 15


Michigan
Michigan. Michigan at Gettysburg. Detroit, MI., Winn and Hammond, printers and Binders, 1889

James H. Kidd. Address of Gen. James H. Kidd at the dedication of Michigan monuments upon the battlefield of Gettysburg: June 12, 1889.[S.l.:s.n.1889?] 25 pp. FHL fiche 6084608


New Jersey

Final Report of the Gettysburg Battle-field Commission of New Jersey. Trenton, N.J.: The John L. Murphy Publishing Co., 1891, Not at FHL

Fourth annual pilgrimage of the Fifteenth Regiment New Jersey Volunteer’s Veteran Association, May 11th to 15th , 1909: Fredericksburg, Washington and Gettysburg. Washington, N.J.: Washington Star Printer, [1909?], 14 pp. FHL fiche 6083478

Veteran Association of the 13th Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers. Monument Committee. Report of the Monument Committee of the Veteran Association of the 13th Regiment New Jersey Volunteers, 1862-1865: the dedicatory exercises at Gettysburg, on Friday July 1st, 1887, and the camp-fire on Thursday evening, June 30th, with a list of the contributors to the monuments fund. New Brunswick, N. J. Fredonian Pub Co’s Print, 1887 63 pp. FHL fiche 6083464

New York

New York. Monuments Commission for the Battlefields of Gettysburg and Chattanooga. Final Report on the Battlefield of Gettysburg, 3 volumes. Albany, New York: J.B. Lyon Co., 1900. FHL 187272 974.7 M2nm

W. G. Bentley. Address delivered at the dedication of monument of the ninth New York Cavalry Regiment. Chicago” Pettibone, Wells & Co., Printers,[1888?] 15 pp.FHL fiche 6083627

Ceremonies and addresses at the dedication of a monument by the 119th Regiment, N.Y. State Vols. at Gettysburg, July 3, 1888. Boston: Wright & Potter, 1889. 35 pp. FHL fiche 6083810

The reunion of Cowan’s Battery on the battle-field of Gettysburg, July 3d, 1886: the twenty-third anniversary of the battle, with a sketch of the battery from 1861-1865. [S.l.: s.n., 1886?] 49 pp. FHL fiche 6083598

Dedication services at the unveiling of the bronze statue of Maj.-Gen G.K. Warren at Little Round Top, Gettysburg, Pa. Brooklyn: Press of Brooklyn Daily Eagle Book Print Dept., [1888?] 93 pp. FHL 1550316 item 14 “erected under the direction of the Fifth New York Volunteers Association (Duryee Zouaves)”

Porter Farley. The 140th New York Volunteers at Gettysburg: 1863-1889. [Rochester? N.Y.:s.n.1889?] 14 pp. FHL fiche 6118868

W. L. Heermance. Oration of Col. W. L. Heermance at dedication of monument, Sixth New York Cavalry at Gettysburg, Pa., July 11th, 1889. New York: G.H. Burton, Book and Job Printer, [1889?] 9 pp. FHL fiche 6083623

W. G. Lightfoote. Dedication of the monument to the 126th Regiment N.Y. Infantry on the battlefield of Gettysburg, October 3, 1888. [Canandaigua ? N. Y. : s.n. 1884?] 44 pp. FHL fiche 6083825

Seth Low. Address delivered by Hon. Seth Low at Gettysburg, Oct 19, 1887 at the dedication of the soldier’s monument to the Fourteenth Regiment of Brooklyn .[ New York: h. Bessey, Printer, 1887?] 15 pp. FHL fiche 6083776

D. A. O’Mara. comp. Proceedings of the Associated Survivors of the Fifty-Ninth Reg., N. Y. Vet. Vols.: first annual re-union and dedication of monument at Gettysburg, Pa. July 3d,. 1889. New York City:[s.n.]1889 40 pp FHL fiche 6083731

Orlando B. Potter. Oration of Hon. Orlando B. Potter: on the dedication of the monument erected by the Ninth Regiment, N. G. S. N. Y., Eighty-Third Volunteers, Sunday, July 1st, 1888, at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. [S.l.: s.n.1888?] 14 pp. FHL fiche 6083773

Services at the dedication of the monument of the Twentieth New York State Militia at Gettysburg, Pa., October 4th, 1888. Rondout, N. Y.: Kingston Freeman Print., 1888 48 pp. FHL fiche 6083766

Ohio

Gettysburg Memorial Commission of Ohio. Report of the Gettysburg Memorial Commission. Columbus, Ohio: Press of Nitschke Bros., 1887; reprint Baltimore, Maryland: Butternut and Blue, 1998. FHL 974.8427/G1 M2gmc


Pennsylvania

State Monument

John P. Nicholson. editor and compiler. Pennsylvania at Gettysburg: ceremonies at the dedication of the monuments erected by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Major General George G. Meade, General Winfield S. Hancock, Major General John F. Reynolds and to mark the positions of the Pennsylvania commands engaged in the battle. 2 vols. Harrisburg, Penn.: Wm Stanley Ray, State Printer, 1904. FHL 1425594 item 1 and 1425590 item 4. Digital version available

Gettysburg Battlefield Commission. Pennsylvania at Gettysburg. Report of  Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Commission,1914. Harrisburg, PA.: Wm. Stanley Ray, State Printer, 1914. FHL 974.842/G1;film 1320617 item 1 & 1671558 item 12

Names of Pennsylvania soldiers listed on the monument are included.

The Pennsylvania State Memorial at Gettysburg.; reprint Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2001. FHL CD-ROM no 887 Names of over 34,000 Pennsylvanians who served at the Battle of Gettysburg

Regimental Monuments
Richard Lewis Ashhurst. Address to the Survivor’s Association of the 150th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers: read at Gettysburg, September 25th, 1896. Philadelphia: Allen & Scott, 1896. 19 pp. FHL fiche 6084107

Association of the 143rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, Second Brigade, Third Division, First Army Corps. [ Pennsylvania?: Association of the 143rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers?, 1889] 67pp. FHL fiche 6084101

William Brooke-Rawle. Gregg's Cavalry Fight at Gettysburg:historical address delivered October 15th, 1884, upon the occasion of the dedication of the monumental shaft erected upon the site of the cavalry engagement on the right flank of the Army of the Potomac, July 3, 1863, during the battle of Gettysburg. Philadelphia: [s.n.], 1884. 29 pp. FHL 6083920

A. T. Brewer. Oration delivered July 24th 1888 on Wolf’s Hill, Gettysburg: at dedication of battle monument in memory of the Sixty-First Pennsylvania Volunteers. Cleveland, Ohio: Cleveland Print & Pub Co., [1884]41 pp. FHL fiche 6084010

Henry E. Brown. 28th Regt. P.V.V.I., the 147th Regt. P.V.V. I., and Knap’s Ind. Battery “E”, at Gettysburg, July 1,2,3, 1863. [S.i.:s.n.,189?] 7 p. FHL fiche 6083909

Alexander G. Cattell. An address at the unveiling of the monument erected by the Commercial Exchange Association of Philadelphia (late Corn Exchange Association),: to commemorate the heroic services of the Corn Exchange Regiment, 118th Penn’a Volunteers: delivered at Round Top on the Gettysburg Battlefield, September 8, 1884. Philadelphia: Commercial List Print House, 1884. 30 pp. FHL fiche 6084067

Ceremonies at dedication of monument of the Eighth Penna. Cavalry Regiment at Gettysburg, September 1, 1890: with historical sketch of the regiment. [S.l.: s.n.,1890?] 35 pp. FHL fiche 6083936

Thomas V. Cooper. Pennsylvania’s memorial days, September 11 and 12, 1889: the 26th Pennsylvania Volunteers: address of Thomas V. Cooper, private of Company C. [S.l.:s.n.,1889] 4 pp. FHL fiche 6083972

Dedication of the monument of the Sixth Penna. Cavalry, “Lancers”: on the battlefield of Gettysburg, October 14, 1888. Philadelphia: J. Beale, printer, 1889. 37 pp. FHL fiche 6083926

William Emile Doster. A brief history of the Fourth Pennsylvania Veteran Cavalry: embracing organization, reunions, dedication of monument at Gettysburg and address of General W. E. Doster, Venango County Battalion, reminiscences, etc. Pittsburg, Pa.: Ewens & Eberle, Book and Job Printers, 1891.113 PP. FHL fiche 6083924
Fifth anniversary banquet of the Survivor’s Association, 71st P.V. (California Regiment): Monday evening April 13, 1891, at Colonnade Hotel, Philadelphia, and the report of the committee on the Monument at Gettysburg. [Philadelphia: The Association, 1891?] 83 pp. FHL fiche 6084015

J. William Hofmann. Address delivered by Brevet Brigadier General J. William Hofmann, U.S. Vols. (late colonel, 56th Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry): at the dedication of the regimental memorial erected upon the field of Gettysburg, by the liberality of the Commonwealth of Pennyslvania, September 11, 1889. Philadelphia:A.W. Auner, 1890. 14 pp. FHL fiche 6084006

Charles T. Hull. Monumental day at Gettysburg of the Sixth Reserves, Pennsylvania Volunteers, Tuesday, September 2, 1890: biographical sketches, speeches, etc. Athens, PA.: Gazette Print and Engraving 1892. 43 pp. FHL fiche 6083985 Rosters pp. 35-42

Joseph Addison Moore. Address on the three day’s operations of the One hundred and Forty-Seventh P.V.V.I.: at Gettysburg, July 1,2,and 3, 1863. Harrisburg, Pa.: Meyers Print and Pub House, 1889. 123 pp. FHL fiche 6084102
Samuel W. Pennypacker. 26th Pennsylvania Emergency Infantry: address by Hon. Samuel W. Pennypacker, Private, Co. F, at the dedication Sept. 1, 1892, of the monument to commemorate the services of the regiment on the battlefield of Gettysburg. Philadelphia: [s.n.], 1892 26 pp. FHL fiche 6083973
A.. J. Seller. Seller’s Survivor’s Association, Gettysburg, 1888-9: reunions of the survivors of the Ninetieth Penna. VOls. ( infantry ) on the battle-field of Gettysburg… Dedication of the “Tree Monument… of “Eagle” monument… of Chaplain Horation S. Howell’s memorial…of “Boulder” monument. Philadelphia: the Association, 1889. 111 pp. FHL fiche 6084040

Shaler’s brigade Association. Shaler’s Brigade: survivors of the Sixth Corps re-union and monumental dedications, Gettysburg, June 12th, 13th and 14th, 1888. [ Philadelphia? Pa.: Shaler’s Brigade Association], 1888.179 pp. FHL fiche 6118700

Edmund Shaw. The 110th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, at Gettysburg, September 11, and 12th, 1889. FHL fiche 6084059

The Sixty-Second Pennsylvania Volunteers in the War of the Union: dedicatory exercises at Gettysburg, September 11, 1889: three years service. [Pittsburg? Pa.] Barker, [1889] 30 pp. FHL fiche 6084011

Moses Veale. The 109th Regiment Penna. Veteran Volunteers: an address delivered at the unveiling of their monument on Culp’s Hill, Gettysburg, PA.: September 11, 1889. Philadelphia: J. Beale, 1890. 40 pp. FHL fiche 6084058

George E. Wagner. 88th Regiment Infantry, Pennsylvania Volunteers: address delivered at the dedication of its monument at Gettysburg, September 11, 1888. [Pennsylvania?: s.n.,1889] 16p FHL fiche 6084039
Horatio N. Warren. Two Reunions of the 142nd Regiment, Pa. Vols.: including a history of the regiment, dedication of the monument, a description of the Battle of Gettysburg, also a complete roster of the regiment
. Buffalo, N.Y.: Courier Co., printers, 1890.136 pp. rosters pp. 65-83. FHL fiche 6084100

Alexander S. Webb. An Address Delivered at Gettysburg, August 27, 1883. Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, 188. 25 pp [ dedication of the 72d Pa. Vols. monument] FHL fiche 6084020

Vermont
Dedication of the statue to Brevet Major-General William Wells and the officers and men of the First Regiment Cavalry, on the battlefield of Gettysburg, July 3, 1913. [Burlington? Vt.: s.n.], 1914 225 pp. FHL fiche 6083386

Officers

Ethan F. Bishop. The Gettysburg Battlefield; the Union regimental commanders who were casualties in the battle. Westminister, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2008. FHL 1828942 973 M2bef

Ethan F. Bishop. Final Resting Places of the Gettysburg Commanders; a list of the gravesites of the corps, division, brigade and regimental commanders who served at Gettysburg. Westminister, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2007 FHL 1849181 973 M2bet

Robert K. Krick. Lee’s Colonels: a biographical register of the field officers of the Army of Northern Virginia. Wilmington, North Carolina: Broadfoot Pub. Co., 2009. FHL 447004 975 M2kr 2009

Robert K. Krick. Staff Officers in Gray; a biographical register of the staff officers in the Army of Northern Virginia. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina press, 2003. FHL 975 M2k

Larry Tagg. The Generals of Gettysburg; the leaders of America’s greatest Battle. Campbell, California: Savaas Pub, 1998. FHL 737876 974.842/G1 M2t

Reunions

Walter H. Blake. Hand Grips: the Story of the Great Gettysburg Reunion, July, 1913. Vineland, N.J.: G. E. Smith, 1913. FHL 1550751

Charles Albert Earp. The 75th Reunion at Gettysburg; my interviews with the veterans. Linthicum, Maryland: Toomey Press, 2003. FHL 974.842/G1 M2e

John W. Frazier. Reunion of  the Blue and Gray. Philadelphia Brigade and Pickett's Division. July 2,3,4, 1887 and September 15, 16, 17, 1906. (Philadelphia, 1906) Not at FHL

Indiana at the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Battlle... "Names of Veterans Who Visited Gettysburg" pp 110-  Internet Archive

Fiftieth Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg; report of the Pennsylvania Commission, presented to His Excellency John K. Tener, governor of Pennsylvania, for transmittal to the General Assembly, Harrisburg, PA., December 31, 1913. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Fiftieth Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg Commission], 1913-1914. FHL 974.842/G1 H5p; film 1697630 item 2

Report of the Rhode Island Fifieth Anniversay... ["List of Veterans at Fifieth Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg" p. 17-]Internet Archive

Paul L Roy. The Last Reunion of the Blue and Gray. (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1950) Not at FHL [Union and Confederate Veterans in Attendence at the Reunion, pp44-149.]

Vermont at Gettysburg, July 1863, and fifty years...["Alphabetical List"] Internet Archive

Other Sources

Address of Hon. Edward Everett at the consecration of the National cemetery at Gettysburg 19th November 1863; with the dedicatory speech of President Lincoln and other exercises of the occasion; accompanied by an account of the origin of the undertaking and of the arrangement of the cemetery grounds and by a map of the battlefield and a plan of the cemetery. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1864. FHL 1550318 item 32

A. H. Boies. Roster of the Survivors of the Battle of Gettysburg living in the state of Michigan, May 1913. Hudson, Mich: Gazette Print, 1913. FHL 1550107

Gregory A. Coco. A Strange and Blighted Land: Gettysburg, the Aftermath of a Battle. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Thomas Publications, 1995. FHL 974.842/G1 M2cga

James F. Cole and Roy E. Frampton. The Gettysburg National Cemetery; a history and guide. [S.l.]: Frampton and Cole, 1988. FHL 679125 974.8 A1 no. 408

Mary Ruth Collins and Cindy A. Stouffer. One Soldier’s Legacy; the National Homestead at Gettysburg. Gettysburg,Pennsylvania: Thomas Publications, 1993. FHL 682337 974.842/G1 J3c

E. F. Conklin. Women at Gettysburg. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Thomas Publications, 1993. FHL 1848876 973 M2cef

Michael A. Dreese. Torn Families. Death and Kinship at the Battle of Gettysburg. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland and Company, 2007 Not at FHL 

Charles P. Hamblen,  Walter L. Powell, ed. Connecticut Yankees at Gettysburg. Kent, Ohio: The Kent State University Press, 1993. Not at FHL 

Timothy H. Smith. The Story of Lee’s Headquarters, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Thomas Publications, 1995. FHL 781301 974.842/G1 M2s

Daniel Toomey. Marylanders at Gettysburg. Baltimore, Maryland: Toomey Press, 1994. FHL 744068 975.2 M2t


 

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