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SEAC: Bibliographic Essay


Bibliographic Essay

The sources used to develop this study are primarily official records and remembrances of the participants. These remembrances were recorded, usually many years after the war, by the participants themselves or by their biographers. The following sources were used as the primary documents in this study.

Allardice, B.S.
- 1995 More Generals in Grey, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Allen, W.G.
-1911 About the Fight at Fayetteville, N.C. Confederate Veteran 19(9):433–434.

Barrett, J.G.
-1956 Sherman’s March Through the Carolinas. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Bartleson, J.D., Jr.
-1972 A Field Guide for Civil War Explosive Ordnance. U.S. Naval School, Explosive Ordnance Disposal, U.S. Naval Ordnance Station, Indian Head, Maryland.

Bennett, S.
-1911 Another Brief Report. Confederate Veteran 19(9):434.

Bowman, Colonel S.M. and Lieutenant Colonel R.B. Irwin
-1865 Sherman and His Campaigns: A Military Biography. Charles R. Richardson, New York, New York.

Brooks, U.R.
-1909 Butler and His Cavalry in the War of Secession, 1861–1865. 1994 reprint by Guild Bindery Press, Germantown, Tennessee.

-1911 More on Fight at Fayetteville. Confederate Veteran 19(9):453. 

Butler, M.C.
-1909a General Kilpatrick’s Narrow Escape. In Butler and His Cavalry in the War of Secession, 1861–1865 by U.R. Brooks, pp. 443–447. 1994 reprint by Guild Bindery Press, Germantown, Tennessee.
-1909b The Curtain Falls — Butler Surrenders His Cavalry. In Butler and His Cavalry in the War of Secession, 1861–1865 by U.R. Brooks, pp. 465–447. 1994 reprint by Guild Bindery Press, Germantown, Tennessee.

Calhoun, C.M.
-1912 Credit to Wheeler Claimed for Others. Confederate Veteran 20(2):82–83.

Coates, E.J. and D.S. Thomas
-1990 Introduction to Civil War Small Arms. Thomas Publications, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Cox, J.D.
-1882 The March to the Sea: Franklin and Nashville, Campaigns of the Civil War, Volume 10. Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, New York.

Crewdson, R.L.
-1981 Burning Columbia. Civil War Times Illustrated 20(6):10–19.

Daly, T.
-n.d. The Battle of Monroe’s Farm Now Called Battlefield Farm. Manuscript on file, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

Dastrup, B.L.
-1994 King of Battle: A Branch History of the U.S. Army’s Field Artillery. Office of the Command Historian, United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Davis, W.C. and B.I. Wiley (editors)
-n.d. The Civil War Times Photographic History of the Civil War, Volume I: Fort Sumter to Gettysburg, Workman Publishing Company, New York, New York.

-n.d. The Civil War Times Photographic History of the Civil War, Volume II: Vicksburg to Appomattox, Workman Publishing Company, New York, New York.

Dickey, T.S. and P.C. George
-1993 Field Artillery Projectiles of the American Civil War. Arsenal Publications II, Mechanicsville, Virginia.

Dodson, W.C. (editor)
-n.d. Campaigns of Wheeler and his Cavalry, 1862–1865. Undated reprint published by The Guild Bindery Press, Jackson, Tennessee.

Du Bose, J.W.
-1912a The Fayetteville (N.C.) Road Fight. Confederate Veteran 20:84–86. Reprint of 1986 by Broadfoot Publishing, Wilmington, North Carolina.

-1912b General Joseph Wheeler and The Army of Tennessee. Neale Publishing Company, New York, New York.

-1921 The Effort to Capture Kilpatrick. Confederate Veteran 29:329. Reprint of 1986 by Broadfoot Publishing, Wilmington, North Carolina.

Field Manual (FM) 100–5
-1993 Operations, U.S. Army, June 1993.

Field Manual (FM) 101–5–1
-1985 Operational Terms and Symbols, U.S. Army, October 1985.

Geis, D.J., Technical Sergeant, U.S. Air Force
-1996 An Analysis of Solar and Lunar Light Data for the Vicinity of Monroe’s Crossroads, North Carolina, 1–13 March 1865. 18th Weather Squadron (ACC), Simmons Army Airfield, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

Goode, J.C.
-1990 Notes on the 3-inch Ordnance Rifle, Bentonville Battleground State Historic Site, Newton Grove, North Carolina.

Griffith, P.
-1989 Battle Tactics of the Civil War. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut.

Hamilton, P.
-1921 The Effort to Capture Kilpatrick. Confederate Veteran 29(9):329.

Holman, N.
-1911a Participant in Battle of Fayetteville, N.C. Confederate Veteran 19(11):544.

-1911b Muster Roll of Company F, Eighth Texas. Confederate Veteran 19(12):574–575.

Hood, N.A.
-1906 History of the Surprise of Kilpatrick. Confederate Veteran 14(4):176–177.

Howard, W.C.
-1901 Sketch of Cobb Legion Cavalry and Some Incidents and Scenes Remembered. Atlanta Camp 159, United Confederate Veterans. Undated reprint of 1901 publication.

Inzer, J.W.
-1904 How Kilpatrick Lost Pistols and Holsters. Confederate Veteran 12(4):177.

Jones, J.A.
-1911 Report by Joseph A. Jones, Birmingham, Ala., Company K, 51st Alabama, Partisan Rangers. Confederate Veteran 19(9):434.

Lowry, T.P.
-1994 The Story the Soldiers Wouldn’t Tell: Sex in the Civil War. Stackpole Books, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

McDowell, D.A.K., J.W. Hawthorne, S.D. Moore, J.O. Young, R.H. Bussey, and A.J. Campbell
-1906 The Kilpatrick Spotted Horse Affair. Confederate Veteran 14(7):309.

McKagen, O.H. and J.E. Coleman
-1976 Civil War Rifle-Muskets: They Stood for Quality. American Rifleman June:26–27.

McKee, W.R. and M.E. Mason, Jr.
-1980 Civil War Projectiles II: Small Arms and Field Artillery. Moss Publications, Orange, Virginia.

McLauchlin, Mrs. J.W.
-n.d. Untitled recollections of Mrs. J.W. McLauchlin relating to the Battle of Monroe’s Crossroads. Mrs. J.W. McLauchlin Papers, P.C. 1443, North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, North Carolina.

McLeod, R.A.
-1923 Historical Sketch of Long Street Presbyterian Church, 1756 to 1923. Session of Long Street Presbyterian Church and The Scottish Society of America.

Miller, R.
-1991 Wheeler’s Favorites: 51st Alabama Cavalry. Patrex Press, Depew, New York.

Morris, W.H.
-1912 The Other Side At Fayetteville, N.C. Confederate Veteran 20(2):83–84.

Naisawald, L.V.L.
-1960 Grape and Canister: The Story of the Field Artillery of the Army of the Potomac, 1861–1865. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

Northrop, T.F.
-1912 Other Side of the Fayetteville Road Fight. Confederate Veteran 20(2):423. Reprint of 1986 by Broadfoot Publishing, Wilmington, North Carolina.
-1913 A Federal on the Fight at Fayetteville. Confederate Veteran 21(10):477. Reprint of 1986 by Broadfoot Publishing, Wilmington, North Carolina.

Nye, W.S.
-n.d. The Battle that was Fought on the Fort Bragg Reservation. Manuscript on file, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
-1961 Kilpatrick Caught in His Underwear at Battle of Monroe’s Crossroads. Civil War Times, April 6–7.

Oates, J.A.
-1981 The Story of Fayetteville and the Upper Cape Fear. Fayetteville Women’s Club, Fayetteville, North Carolina.

Official Records of the War of the Rebellion
-1895 Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, Series 1, Volume 1, Part 1. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Quiner, E.B.
-1866 The Military History of Wisconsin. Chicago, Illinois.

Reid, W.
-1868 Ohio in the War: Her Statesmen, Her Generals, and Soldiers. Moore, Wilstach and Baldwin, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Ripley, W.S.
-1984 Artillery and Ammunition of the Civil War. Battery Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

Robertson, W.G.
-1987 The Staff Ride. Center of Military History, United States Army, Washington, D.C.

Scott, D.D. and W.J. Hunt, Jr.
-1998 The Civil War Battle at Monroe’s Crossroads, Fort Bragg, North Carolina: A Historical Archeological Perspective. Technical Reports, Technical Assistance and Partnerships Division, Southeast Archeological Center, National Park Service, Tallahassee, Florida.

Sifakis, S.
-1988 Who Was Who in the Civil War, Facts on File, New York, New York.

Starr, S.Z.
-1985 The Union Cavalry in the Civil War, Volume III, The War in the West, 1861–1865. Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

State of Ohio
-1868 Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861–1866, Volume IX. Werner Printing and Lithograph Co., Akron, Ohio.

Tancig, W.J.
-1967 Confederate Military Land Units, 1861–1865. South Brunswick, New York.

Thomas, D.S.
-1981 Ready, Aim, Fire! Small Arms Ammunition in the Battle of Gettysburg. Osborn Printing Company, Biglerville, Pennsylvania.

Todd, F.P.
-1974 American Military Equipage, 1851–1872, Volume I. Providence, Rhode Island: Company of Military Historians.

-1977 American Military Equipage, 1851–1872, Volume II. Providence, Rhode Island: Company of Military Historians.

-1978 American Military Equipage, 1851–1872, Volume III. Providence, Rhode Island: Company of Military Historians.

Warner, E.J.
-1959 Generals in Grey: Lives of the Confederate Commanders, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
-1964 Generals in Blue: Lives of the Union Commanders, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Watkins, E.W.
-1912 Another Account (of the battle). Confederate Veteran 20(2):84.

Weller, J.
-1971 Civil War Minie Rifles Prove Quite Accurate. American Rifleman July:36–40.

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