• Painting of Union cannons firing

    Stones River

    National Battlefield Tennessee

United States Regimental Files

Fourth Regular Artillery, Batteries H & M

Dyer, Alexander B. Fourth Regiment of Artillery. Co. H & M. 1890.

Unknown. Obituaries of Mrs. Charles C. Parsons. 1927. And additional info on C.C. Parsons.

Unknown. Obituary Letter for Rev. C. C. Parsons. Co. H & M to his wife. ND.

Johnston, Alexander S. Company H. The Regulars at Stones River.

Fifth Regular Artillery

Fitzpatrick, Peter. Letters and photographs of Peter Fitzpatrick. Co. H. 1862-1863.

Lincoln, A. Letter from A. Lincoln to Judge Advocate Green. Co. H. June 5,186?

Fourth Regular Cavalry

Beyer, W. F. and O. F. Keydel editors. Deeds of valor from the records in the archives of the United States government : How American heroes won the Medal of Honor. Co. H & M. 1907.

Fifteenth Infantry

Coppel, Lewis William Sr. Civil War Service of Johann Christian Kappel and Sons, Christian, William & John. 2002. Part 1

Coppel, Lewis William Sr. Civil War Service of Johann Christian Kappel and Sons, Christian, William & John. 2002. Part 2

Coppel, Lewis William Sr. Civil War Service of Johann Christian Kappel and Sons, Christian, William & John. 2002. Part 3

Coppel, Lewis William Sr. Civil War Service of Johann Christian Kappel and Sons, Christian, William & John. 2002. Part 4

King, Lt. Robert. Letters. December 25, 1862 - January 8, 1863.

Oberst, L. Union - 15th Infantry - Music - Quick Step.

Carson, William J. The pension records with supporting documentation for William J. Carson.

Carson, William J. The pension records with supporting documentation for William J. Carson. Part 2

Carson, William J. The pension records with supporting documentation for William J. Carson. Part 3

Carson, William J. The pension records with supporting documentation for William J. Carson. Part 4

Carson, William J. The pension records with supporting documentation for William J. Carson. Part 5

Carson, William J. The pension records with supporting documentation for William J. Carson. Part 6

Carson, William J. The pension records with supporting documentation for William J. Carson. Part 7

Carson, William J. The pension records with supporting documentation for William J. Carson. Part 8

Fifteenth Infantry First Battalion

Adams, Samuel and Moses Adams. Letters written by Samuel and Moses Adams. February 3, 1862 - July 11, 1865.

Brinkershoff, Captain H. R. The Fifteenth Regiment of Infantry. November 1892.

Sixteenth Infantry

Biddle, Capt. James. Diary of Captain James Biddle. 1862-1863.

Biddle, Capt. James. Diary of Captain James Biddle. 1862-1863. part 2
Excerpted from Sketches of War History 1861-1865. 1903.

Slemmer, Maj. A. J. Report of the Battle of Stones River. January 12, 1863.
Unknown. Civil War letter from William J Carson to his parents written at Murfreesboro, TN. Jan 7, 1863.

Unknown. Civil War letter from William J Carson to his parents written at Murfreesboro, TN. Jan 7, 1863. part 2

Kellogg, E. R. Newspaper reprint of letter from E. R. Kellogg to his brother O. F. Kellogg.

Sixteenth Infantry First Battalion & Second Battalion Co. B

Unknown. Brief biography of David Wilson Douglass. ND.

Eighteenth Infantry

Photograph of Lt. Jos McConnell, Eighteenth U.S. Infantry.

Freeman, Maj. H. B. Eighteenth U. S. Infantry from CampThomas to Murfreesboro and the Regular Brigade at StoneRiver. May 13, 1890.

Haymond, Capt. Henry. Letter to his mother describing the Battle of Stones River. January 7, 1863.

Freeman, Major H. B. Union address. - 18th Infantry. 1893.

Newspaper. Letters from Veterans of the 18th U S Regulars.

Norwalk Reflector newspaper.Article about 1st. Lt. Edgar Romeyn Kellogg, Co. F, 1st Battalion.

Eighteenth Infantry Second Battalion

Naiman, Orlin F. - Flegeal, Amos Letters. Part 1

Naiman, Orlin F. - Flegeal, Amos Letters. Part 2

Naiman, Orlin F. - Flegeal, Amos Letters. Part 3

Schriver & Kibler and Harrisburg, PA. Flegeal Photo.

Cleveland Leader newspaper. Reprint of letter from Sgt. Allen C. Barrows. Co. B 2nd Battalion.

Ohio State Journal newspaper Feb. 19, 1863.

Delaware Gazette newspaper. Report from Pvt. William H. Maxwell, Co. A, 2nd Battalion on the battle of Sones River. Jan. 13, 1863

Eighteenth Infantry First Battalion & Third Battalion, Co. A & D

Beyer, W. F. and O. F. Keydel editors. Deeds of valor from the records in the archives of the United States government : How American heroes won the Medal of Honor. 1907.

Phisterer, Frederick. The Regular Brigade of the Fourteenth Army Corps, the Army of the Cumberland in the Battle of Stone River, or Murfreesboro, Tennessee, from December 31st, 1862 to January 30, 1863, both dates inclusive. 1883.

Phisterer, Frederick. The Regular Brigade of the Fourteenth Army Corps, the Army of the Cumberland in the Battle of Stone River, or Murfreesboro, Tennessee, from December 31st, 1862 to January 30, 1863, both dates inclusive. 1883. part 2

Phisterer, Frederick. From the personal memoirs of General Phisterer at the Battle Stone River, or Murfreesboro, Tennessee. ND

Unknown. Death of General Frederick Phisterer, entitled to be called father of the State National Guard. July 14, 1909.

Unknown. Gen. Frederick Phister : Officer well known in the National Guard dies after an active life - Civil War Veteran and former Regular Army Officer-had done much for the Guard. July 14, 1909.

Unknown. General Phisterer - "Saved A Battalion" from "Deeds of Valor Vol. I" ND.

Unknown. General Philterer. Experts from the personal memoirs of General Phisterer. ND.

Kennedy, Robert. Army life and experiences of Robert Kennedy, 1861-1865. 1861-1865.

Kennedy, Robert. Army life and experiences of Robert Kennedy, 1861-1865. 1861-1865. Part 2

Unknown. Father of the Guard. July 15, 1909.

Unknown. Gallant man gone, General Frederick Phisterer dies after a lingering illness. ND.

Unknown. Gen. Phisteer dies after long illness, had been ill for several months - his distinguished services in the War and in the National Guard. July 13, 1909.

Unknown. Gen. Phisterer dead, "Father of the National Guarrd of this State," He is termed by Gen. Henry. July 14, 1909.

Unknown. Gen. Phisterer N.G.N.Y., is dead, Governor Hughes calls Assistant Adjutant General "Father of the National Guard of State.". July 14, 1909.

Unknown. General Phisterer dead, his son a prominent merchant of Rutherford. ND.

Unknown. Governor Hughes sends an escort. ND.

Unknown. Guard of honor for Phisterer coffin. ND.

Unknown. Last tribute to Gen. Phisterer, Provisional Regiment of Infantry, Troop of Cavalry and Battery Detail in Cortege. ND.

Unknown. Photograph of Captain Frederick Phisterer. ND.

Unknown. Photograph of James O'Neil's tomestone. ND.

Unknown. To pay final tribute to General Phisterer : two Battalions of Infantry. A troop of Cavalry and a detachment of Artillerymen will escort the body tomorrow. July 15, 1909.

Unknown. Was with Phisterer before war, Major James H. Durham writes General Henry of Utah expediation, earnest tribute from an old soldier and former Regular Army Officer to an old-time comrade met Phisteer on Stone's River Battlefield. July 21, 1909.

Thomas Crew, History of Sgt. Rowland W. Evans, first combat color bearer of the 18th U S Infantry. 2000.

Ohio State Journal newspaper. Reprint of letter from 2nd Lt. Gilbert S. Carpenter, Co. A, 1st Battalion. Jan 17, 1863

Nineteenth Regulars First Battalion

Carpenter, Lt. Arthur B. Letters to Family. January 4-8, 1863. Part 1.

Carpenter, Lt. Arthur B. Letters to Family. January 4-8, 1863. Part 2.

Hough, A. L. "A Soldier in the West", includes letters to his wife Mary. May 9, 1861 - August 20, 1863. Part 1.

Hough, A. L. "A Soldier in the West", includes letters to his wife Mary. May 9, 1861 - August 20, 1863. Part 2.

Hough, A. L. "A Soldier in the West", includes letters to his wife Mary. May 9, 1861 - August 20, 1863. Part 3.

Hutchinson, B. Letter from B. Hutchinson. March 1863.

Johnson, Mark W. Research for masters thesis on the history of the Regular Brigade. 1994.

Jones, Rebuen. Diary. January 1, 1863 through December 25, 1865.

Jones, Reuben. Letters from Reuben Jones. January 9, 1863-March 1863.

Phisterer, Captain Frederick. Association of Survivors, Regular Brigade Fourteen Corps, Army of the Cumberland, proceedigns of reunions held at Pittsburg PA., 11-12, 1894, Crawfish Springs, GA., St. Paul, MINN., Sept. 1-2, 1896, Columbus, OHIO, Sept. 22-23, 1897. Historical sketch. 1898.

Prentice, Colleen Anne. I was a hero for a day : the individual history. 1980.

Shepherd, Oliver. Letter. 1888.

U. S. Government. Pension records for Reubin D. Jones. June 24, 1880.

Unknown. Photos of Reuben Jones. ca. 1862-1880's.

Thomas Crew, "Voices of the Civil War"; The premonition of Corporal Thomas C. Long. ND.

Thirteenth United States Colored Infantry

Photographs of Maj. William Smith and members of the Thirteenth United States Colored Infantry.

Gavin, Michael Thomas. Rutherford's Aferican American Soldiers During the Civil War: The 13th and 17th Regiments, USCT, history.

Seventeenth United States Colored Infantry

Beyer, W. F. and O. F. Keydel editors. Deeds of valor from the records in the archives of the United States government: How American heroes won the Medal of Honor. 1907.

Unknown. Supplement to the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. 2001

Unknown. O.R. Series I - Volume XLV/1 Report on the United States Colored Troops. ND.

Charles and Joy Hord. Bibb, Samuel. The diary of Samuel Bibb.

Gavin, Michael Thomas. Rutherford's Aferican American Soldiers During the Civil War: The 13th and 17th Regiments, USCT, history.

One hundred-tenth & One hundred-eleventh United States Colored Infantry

Gavin, Michael. A History of the 110th and 111th Regiments United States Colored Troops. 2004.

Kenley, Allen. Biography of Hon. Daniel McTaggart, commander of 111th US Colored Infantry. 2007.

Berg, Gordon. Mr. Holland's War. 2004.

U.S. Government. Pension Records of William Holland.

Unknown. O.R. Series I - Volume XXXIX/1 Report on the United States Colored Troops. ND.

Colored Troops

Various authors. Black Confederate Civil War Accounts. various dates.

Third Colored Cavalry

Main, Ed. M. The story of the marches, battles and incidents of the Third United States Colored Cavalry : a fighting regiment in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865. 1908.

Regular Brigade of the Army of the Cumberland

Hosea, Capt. Lewis M. The Regular Brigade of the Army of the Cumberland.

Slover, Mark W. List of Internments of Regular Brigade Officers and Men: Stones River National Cemetery.

Pioneer Brigade

Harding, Cody J. The Creation of the Pioneer Brigade.

Unknown. Pioneer Brirade offical song.

Bondurant, Samuel. Letter From Samuel Bondurant written to sister from Samuel Bondurant. 1863

Culbertson, William. Letters from Willsm Culbertson written to his wife Julian, Oct. 1, 1861 - August 31, 1863.

Culbertson, William. Letters from Willsm Culbertson written to his wife Julian, Oct. 1, 1861 - August 31, 1863. Part 2

Hartley, John Wesley. John Hartley's account of the battle at Stones River, Murfreesboro, TN. 1863

Morton, James. Photograpy of James Morton in his uniform.

Lamberson, C. V. Letters from C. V. Lamberson written to his brother. 1862 -1863

Larew, Garret. Garret Larew's account of the battle at Stones River, Murfreesboro, TN. 1863

Hollingswort, T. Serg't. "On Pickett Guard" lyric sheet.

Perkins, William. Photograph of William Perkins in his uniform.

Voorhees, Jacob E. Capt. Potograph of Capt. Jacob Voorhees during the war in his uniform and again after the war.

Pioneer Brigade 1st Battalion

Scott, Robert N. Lieut. Col. The War of the Rebellion, Offical Records of the 1st Battalion.

Pioneer Brigade 2nd Battalion

Scott, Robert N. Lieut. Col. The War of the Rebellion, Offical Records of the 2nd Battalion.

Pioneer Brigade 3rd Battalion

Scott, Robert N. Lieut. Col. The War of the Rebellion, Offical Records of the 3rd Battalion.

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