Books by Title
- Autobiography of Oliver Otis Howard, major general, United States Army
by Gen. O. O. Howard. 644 pgs.
- Civil War and Reconstruction Era Cass/ Bartow County Georgia by Keith Hebert. Doctrinal Dissertation. 374 pgs.
- Company Aytch: A Sideshow of the Big Show by Sam Watkins. 238 pgs.
- Daring and suffering: a history of the great railroad adventure by William Pittenger 312 pgs.
- Downing’s Civil War Diary by Alexander G. Downing. 362 pgs.
- Echoes of the Civil War as I Hear Them by Michael Hendrick Fitch. 297 pgs.
- Four Months in Libby and the Campaign for Atlanta by I. N. Johnston. 220 pgs.
- General Sherman’s official account of his great march through Georgia and the Carolinas : from his departure from Chattanooga to the surrender of General Joseph E. Johnston and the Confederate forces under his command by William T. Sherman. 230 pgs.
- Goldies Inheritance: A Story of the Siege of Atlanta by Louisa M. Whitney. 270 pgs.
- The H. M. Lynn Papers by H. M. Lynn. 351 pgs.
- The History of the State of Georgia from 1850 – 1880 by I. W. Avery. New York: Brown and Derby, 1881. F286 .A95. 914 pgs.
- John J. Metzgar Papers, 1861-1865 by John J. Metzgar. 279 pgs.
- Kennesaw’s bombardment, or, How the sharpshooters woke up the batteries by Joseph M. Brown. 196 pgs.
- Marching through Georgia : pen-pictures of every-day life in General Sherman’s army, from the beginning of the Atlanta campaign until the close of the war by Findley Yellowley Headley. 508 pgs.
- Military Reminiscences of the Civil War Vol. 2 by Jacob D. Cox. 508 pgs.
- Report of the operations of the 3d Brigade, 3d Division of the 20th Army Corps in the Atlanta Campaign of 1864 by James Wood. 80 pgs.
- Sherman’s historical raid. The Memoirs in the light of the record. A review based upon compilations from the files of the War Office. by Henry V. Boynton. 297 pgs.
- The Story of the Andrews Raid or the Most Daring Enterprise of the Civil War by John Franklin Bair. 148 pgs.
- The story of the Fifty-fifth Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War, 1861-1865
by Lucien B. Crooker 532 pgs.
- Women of the South in War Times by Matthew Page Andrews. 508 pgs.