• Painting of Union cannons firing

    Stones River

    National Battlefield Tennessee

Louisiana Regimental Flies

Fifth Washington Artillery

Boiseau, Capt. Louis T. and Captain Marlborough Churchill. Record of an old artillery organization. January-March, 1914.

Bergeron, Arthur W. Guide to Louisiana Confederate Military Units. 1989, LSU Press.

Dreux's Louisiana Cavalry

Louisiana Historical Association. Bragg's Escort. Nov. 18, 1901.

First Cavalry

Beregeron, Arthur W. Guide to Louisiana Confederate Military Units. 1989, LSU Press.

First Regulars

Bergeron, Arthur W. Guide to Louisiana Confederate Military Units. 1989.

Trist, Julian Bringier. The story of Lt. Julian Bringier Trist's death at the Battle of Stones River. Also letters and documents reguarding the story of his sword, which he gave to a Union soldier, George Kent. Part 1

Trist, Julian Bringier. The story of Lt. Julian Bringier Trist's death at the Battle of Stones River. Also letters and documents reguarding the story of his sword, which he gave to a Union soldier, George Kent. Part 2

Thirteenth Infantry

Bergeron, Arthur W. Guide to Louisiana Confederate Military Units. 1989.

Fourteenth Infantry

Bergeron, Arthur W. Guide to Louisiana Confederate Military Units. 1989.

Sixteenth Infantry

Bergeron, Arthur W. Guide to Louisiana Confederate Military Units. 1989.

State of Louisiana - Confederate Government. E. D. Fisher's military records. 1865.

Ellis, Steve. Letter from E. J. Ellis to his sister from Corinth, Miss. March 18, 1862.

Ellis, Steve. Diary of E. John Ellis. November 25, 1863 until June 13, 1865. Part 1

Ellis, Steve. Diary of E. John Ellis. November 25, 1863 until June 13, 1865. Part 2

Twentieth Infantry

Bergeron, Arthur W. Guide to Louisiana Confederate Military Units. 1989.

Twenty-fifth Infantry

Bergeron, Arthur W. Guide to Louisiana Confederate Military Units. 1989.

Copple, Gary. Joseph Graeff's military records along with hospital records. 2012

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

The Kentuckians of the Orphan Brigade began their Confederate service in Clarksville, Tennessee. They were called orphans because their home state did not secede from the Union. More...