Bee, Robert L. , The Boys From Rockville, Civil War Narratives of Sgt. Benjamin Hirst, Company D, 14th Connecticut Volunteers Hirst, Benjamin, 1828-1909, Knoxville: The University Of Tennessee Press, 1998
Christ, Elwood, The Struggle For The Bliss Farm At Gettysburg July 2nd and 3rd 1863, Baltimore: Butternut and Blue, 1994.
Croffut, W.A. and John M. Morris, The Military and Civil History of Connecticut During The War of 1861-1865, New York: Ledyard Bill, 1868
Fiske, Samuel Wheelock, 1828-1864. Mr. Dunn Browne's experiences in the Army. Boston: Nichols and Noyes, 1866.
Memorial of deceased officers of the Fourteenth Connecticut Volunteers. Hartford: Case. Lockwood & Brainard, 1872. 40 pp. Published by request of the Fourteenth regimental union.
Moy, Irving, An American Journey, 2010. 102 pp. America has always been seen as the where individuals can rise above their circumstances through diligence, hard work, and perseverance. As this book was being written, America began to celebrate the bicentennial birth of , whose leadership during the Civil War set this Nation on a course to define and embody what it has come to symbolize to the rest of the world. An American Journey is the story of my father who came from China to this country to lay claim to this legacy of and that of Joseph Pierce, a "Chinaman," who fought for the cause of Union. And it is my story, the son of Chinese immigrants, who came to know Abraham Lincoln and to live my own "American Dream."
Page, Charles Davis, 1839- History of the Fourteenth regiment, Connecticut vol. Infantry. Meriden: Horton Print. Co., 1906. 509 pp. illus., ports. Unit roster, 373-509. Available from: Higginson Book Company, 148 Washington Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Record Of Service Of Connecticut Men In The Army And Navy Of The
United States During The War Of The Rebellion,
Hartford: The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1889 Available from: Higginson Book Company, 148 Washington Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Souvenir of excursion to battlefields by the Society of the Fourteenth Connecticut regiment and reunion at Antietam, September 1891, with history and reminiscences of battles and campaigns of the Regiment on the fields revisited, by Chaplain H. S. Steven. Washington, DC: Gibson Brothers, printers, 1893. 119 pp., port., illus.
Zon, Calvin Goddard, The Good Fight That Didn't End. Henry P. Goddard's Accounts of Civil War and Peace. www.thegoodfight.us
Billings, John D. , Hardtack and Coffee, The Unwritten Story of Army Life, George M. Smith & Company, 1887
Casey, Brig. General Silas, Infantry Tactics, New York[?]: D. Van Nostrand, 1862, 3 vols., Morningside, Dayton, OH, 1995 (reprint)
E. N. Horsford, The Theory and Art of Bread-Making, 1861
Nightingale, Florence, Directions for Cooking by Troops in Camp and Hospital, With Taking Food and What Food, J. W. Randolph, Richmond, Virginia 1861
Hardee, General William Joseph, C.S.A., Hardee's Tactics, 1861
Johnson, Paul D., Civil War Cartridge Boxes of the Union Infantryman,Lincoln, RI: Andrew Mowbray, 1998
Military Collector & Historian Journal of The Company of Military Historians, Washington: Company of Military Historians, Volume. XLVII, No.2, Summer 1995 (Federal issue sack coat article, gum blanket/poncho article)
Military Collector & Historian Journal of The Company of Military Historians, Washington: Company of Military Historians, Volume. XLVII, No. 3, Fall 1995 (Federal issue canteen article, issue shirt article)
Nightingale, Florence, Directions for Cooking by Troops in Camp and Hospital, With Taking Food and What Food,J. W. Randolph, Richmond, Virginia 1861
O'Donnell, Michael J. & J. Duncan Campbell, American Military Belt Plates, Alexandria: O'Donnell Publications, 1996
Wiley, Bell I., The Life of Billy Yank, Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1983
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