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Adventures of Harvey Hogue
- Tales of a soldier in the Ohio 115th including a harrowing escape from Andersonville.
Alice Williamson Diary
- This diary of a Tennessee schoolgirl chronicles life during the Civil War.
Capt. Richard W. Burt 76th Ohio Infantry
- Civil War letters and poems from R.W. Burt.
The Civil War Diary of O.T. Wright, 14th Indiana
- These are the civil war adventures of Owen Thomas Wright. It covers his being one of the first to answer Lincoln's call, to the front lines of major battles, through his attempts to escape Confederate captors from Andersonville.
Civil War Letters of John Alexander Ritter, M.D.
- Letters from a doctor while serving as Regimental Surgeon in the 49th Indiana Volunteers from 1861 to 1863. Written during the regiment's campaigns in Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
David Emmons Johnston, 1845-1917
- The story of a Confederate boy in the Civil War, by David Emmons Johnston, 1845-1917.
Diary Henry Carl Ketzle Illinois Infantry
- Diary of the 37th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Company B, covering enlistment in July 1861 to muster out in May 1866. Battle of Pea Ridge included.
Dwight Henry Cory
- Civil War letters and diary of Dwight Henry Cory, 6th OH Volunteer Cavalry.
- Civil War letters of Galutia York, 114th New York State Volunteer Infantry.
Iowa Civil War Page-Letters, Journals, Diaries and Oral Accounts
- A variety of manuscripts by Iowa residents and units.
James Franklin Freeman
- The story of James Franklin Freeman, 22nd NC Regiment.
John Allan Wyeth, 1845-1922.
- "With sabre and scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon", Memoirs of doctor and Confederate soldier John Allan Wyeth. Full scanned text, part of a project by the U. of N. Carolina.
Journal of Andrew Jackson Nickell
- Text from the war diary of Andrew Nickell of the 114th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
Jubal Anderson Early
- Autobiographical sketch and narrative of the War between the States, by Jubal Anderson Early, 1816-1894. Full text scanned from original.
Juckett Family Civil War Letters
- Letters written by A.J. Juckett while serving with the 2d Michigan Infantry during the Civil War.
Letters Home from an Iowa Soldier
- These letters are part of a collection written by Newton Robert Scott, Private, Company A, of the 36th Infantry, Iowa Volunteers, during the American Civil War.
Letters of the Harvard Regiment
- Extensive transcriptions of letters from members of the 20th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment.
Primary Sources of New York Soldiers and Nurses
- Letters, diaries, reminiscences, and manuscripts of New York soldiers and nurses during the Civil War.
The Private History of a Campaign That Failed
- E-text of essay by Mark Twain about experiences as a Confederate soldier.
Private Jefferson Moses
- Contains the Civil War diary, memoirs, photographs, and other memorabilia of Private Jefferson Moses, Company G, 93rd Illinois Volunteers.
Randolph Harrison McKim, 1842-1920.
- A soldier's recollections from the diary of a young Confederate.
Rose O'Neal Greenhow, 1814-1864
- In this 1863 autobiography, the Washington, D.C., socialite and Confederate spy told her story and gave her view of contemporary events.
Ulysses S. Grant's Personal Memoirs
- E-text of the 1885-1886 edition at Bartleby.com.
Valley of the Shadow: Two Communities in the Civil War
- A collection of personal papers, diaries, and reminiscences from two communities, one Northern and one Southern.
Virginia Tech Libraries' Civil War collections
- Includes a number of online letters and memoirs from soldiers on both sides.
The Wartime Diary of John Weathered
- The exact time when the manuscript was written isn't clear but it was several years after the war while Weathered was in retirement. Bennett's Regiment or 9th Tennessee Cavalry.
William H. Johnson Civil War Letters
- Letters of Union soldier William H. Johnson, a sergeant in Co. E, Seventh Connecticut Volunteers. Links to other manuscripts collections.
The Writings of Civil War Captain Harmon Root Hubbard
- Personal reminiscences, including detailed accounts of his Andersonville prison stay, his eventual escape and the battle of Ft. Blakely.
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