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|1. Hancock's diary, or, A history of the Second
Cavalry : with sketches of First and
|2. A journal of hospital life in the
: from the battle of Shiloh to the end of the war : with
|3. Register of the Confederate dead, interred
|4. List of staff officers of the Confederate
: 1861-1865. Washington: G.P.O., 1891, 186 pgs.
|5. History of the First and Second Missouri
: and, From Wakarusa to Appomattox, a military anagraph
Bevier, R. S.,
|6. A Rebel war clerk's diary at the Confederate
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1866, Jones, J. B.,
|7. Roster of Confederate soldiers in the War
N.C.: Lincoln County News Print.,
|8. Whiteside(s) names listed in the compiled
D.C. : Revolutionary War, War of
|9. Record of Confederate soldiers : 1861-65, Pike County,
|10. Confederate memoirs : Alamance County
troops of the
|11. Old Confederate Cemetery, Bullock Co., Alabama, 4 pgs.
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