Selected Bibliography for the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers
Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. Veterans Administration Central Library, Washington, D.C. 

Cetina, Judith Gladys. “A History of Veterans’ Homes in the United States, 1811-1930.” Ph.D. diss., Case Western Reserve University, 1977.

Chasen, Everett and James Simpson. “Care for Veterans: Civil War Legacy Lives on at Togus.” [Department of Veterans Affairs] Vanguard, September/October 1991.

Department of Veterans Affairs. The Veterans Benefits Administration: An Organizational History 1776-1994. Washington, D.C.: Veterans Benefits Administration [1995]. 

Goode, Paul R. The United States Soldiers’ Home: A History of its First Hundred Years. Privately published, 1957. 

Hall, Taffey. “The Mountain Home Veterans Complex in Johnson City, Tennessee: A Symbol of a Progressive Upper East Tennessee Identity at the Turn of the Twentieth Century.” Master’s thesis, Middle Tennessee State University, 2005.

Hartman, Susan Kay. “A History of Mountain Home.” Master’s thesis, East Tennessee State University, 1984.

Hickel, R. Walter. “War, Region and Social Welfare: Federal Aid to Servicemen’s Dependents in the South, 1917-1921.”  Journal of American History 84 (March 2001).

Julin, Suzanne. “Draft: National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers; Assessment of Significance and National Historic Landmark Recommendations,” a study completed in 2007 under a Cooperative Agreement between the National Council on Public History and the National Park Service, Midwest Regional Office.

Kelly, Patrick J.  Creating a National Home: Building the Veterans’ Welfare State, 1860-1900. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1997.

Marten, James. “A Place of Great Beauty, Improved by Man: The Soldiers’ Home and Victorian Milwaukee.”  Milwaukee History: the Magazine of the Milwaukee County Historical Society. 22 (Spring 1999).

Obermann, C. Esco.  A History of Vocational Rehabilitation in America.  Minneapolis, Minnesota: T.S. Denison and Company, Inc., 1965.

President’s Commission on Veterans’ Pensions.  The Historical Development of Veterans Benefits in the United States.   Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1956.

Proceedings of the Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers.  Veterans Administration Central Library, Washington, D.C. July, 1884-1927.

Steer, Edward. “Expansion of the National Cemetery System, 1880-1900,” Shrines of the Honored Dead, A Study of the National Cemetery System. Department of the Army, Office of the Quartermaster General, n.d.

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