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Box labeled “Civil War, 1

Civil War-era documents

  • Prison Life During the Rebellion; being a Brief Narrative of the Miseries and Sufferings of Six Hundred Confederate Prisoners Sent from Fort Delaware to Morris’ Island to be Punished , by Fritz Fuzzlebug, one of their Number, 1869. (2 copies)

  • Instructions to Mustering Officers and Others of Kindred Duties , 1863.

  • Gettysburg Monuments of Delaware Soldiers , 1887. (2 copies)

Recent publications

  • Current brochures for Fort Delaware

  • Fort Delaware in the Civil War , by W. Emerson Wilson.

  • Suggested Tour of Old Fort Delaware. (2 copies)

  • Copy of sketch of Fort Delaware, 1864.

  • Excerpts Pertaining to Fort Delaware from the War Journal of Robert James Coffey, Co. G, 202 Reg. Penna. Vols., 1862-1865.

  • Fort Delaware Newsletter , 3 issues, 1987-1988.

  • Fort Delaware , by W. Emerson Wilson, 1957. (4 copies)

  • The Story of Fort Delaware.

  • Mlotkowski Memorial Room, Fort Delaware-Pea Patch Island

  • To Those Who Wore the Gray (Listings of Confederate soldiers who died at Fort Delaware), 1960. (2 copies)

  • Delaware in the Civil War , ed. by W. Emerson Wilson, 1964. (4 copies)

  • Delaware at Antietam; The 2 nd and 3 rd Delaware Volunteers , 1964. (2 copies)

  • Final Report of the Civil War Centennial Commission of the State of Delaware , 1966. (2 copies)

  • The Thirteenth Amendment and the Emancipation Proclamation , by Justin G. Turner, 1971.

  • The Civil War Diaries of Anna M. Ferris , ed. by Harold B. Hancock, 1961.

  • A Roster of Confederate Soldiers Buried in Stonewall Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia , prepared by Lucy Fitzhugh Kurtz and Benny Ritter, 1962.

  • Pennsylvania and the Civil War: A Handbook , by Sanford W. Higginbotham, William A. Hunter, and Donald H. Kent, 1961.

  • 97 th Annual Memorial Day Exercises, Antietam National Cemetery , 1964.

  • Antietam National Battlefield Site . (2 copies)

  • Dedication of Monument to Georgia Confederate Dead on Vicksburg National Military Park , 1962.

  • Corbit’s Charge: Dedication of Historical Marker Commemorating Captain Charles Corbit’s Charge at Westminister, Md., 1963. (2 copies)

  • Gettysburg , by Robert Bruce, 1920.

  • A Bibliography of the American Civil War. (2 copies)

  • Wash Roebling’s War: Being a selection from the unpublished Civil War letters of Washington Augustus Roebling , ed. by Earl Schenck Miers, 1961.

  • Delaware’s Forgotten Regiment: Ninth Delaware Volunteer Infantry Regiment , by Larry Lawson Layton, 1974.

  • The Capture of Jefferson Davis , by David Rankin Barbee, 1947.

  • The Story of the Monitor and the Merrimac , by Rev. Samuel C. Bushnell.

  • Fort Delaware Notes , 14 issues, 1977-1990.

  • The Civil War Round Table of Kent County Bulletin , 12 bulletins, 1961-1964.

  • “Why Study the Civil War?” A lecture presented by Dr. Robert L. Bloom, 1960.

  • “Lt. Samuel Boyer Davis,” by Ruthanna Hindes.

  • “Civil War Times Illustrated,” June 1960, January 1963.

  • “The Civil War Record of the Four Carey Brothers of Indian River Hundred who Served in Co. E, 1 st Del. Infantry Vols.” 1960.

  • “Grape and Canister,” newsletter of the Civil War Roundtable of Wilmington, 1980-current.

Box labeled “Civil War 2”

  • The Origins of the Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities , by Allan Nevins, 1962.

  • Delaware Stays in the Union , by John S. Spruance, 1955.

  • Confederate Prisoners of War at Fort Delaware , by Nancy Travis Keen, 1968.

  • Steps in a Journey Toward Understanding:

    Activities of the New Jersey Civil War Centennial Commission in 1961 at Trenton, Charleston, and Salem Church , by L. Ethan Ellis, 1961.

  • Second Annual American History Workshop , presented by the New Jersey Civil War Centennial Commission, 1962.

  • Massachusetts in the Civil War, vol. III: A Year of Crisis 1862-1863 , 1962.

  • Connecticut Physicians in the Civil War , by Stanley B. Weld, 1965.

  • Civil War and Ante-Bellum History in Mississippi.

  • Ohio’s Civil War Governors , by Richard H. Abbott, 1962.

  • Civil War Naval Chronology 1861-1865 (Part III-1863) , published by the Naval History Division, Navy Department.

  • Civil War Centennial, 1961-65: Report 1962 , by the Virginia Civil War Commission.

  • Newsletter , published by the North Carolina Confederate Centennial Commission, 2 issues, Oct.-Dec. 1962.

  • “New York State and the Civil War,” five issues, 1962-1963.

  • “The Civil War and Reconstruction: A Current Affairs Publication of the New York Times Office of Educational Activities,’ Jan. 1961.

  • Invitation to the Stonewall Jackson Dinner held by the Virginia Civil War Commission, 1963.

  • “Grant’s March Through Louisiana: A Tour,” published by the Louisiana Civil War Centennial Commission.

  • Copies of the “Valley News Echo,” six issues, Nov. 1862-June 1863.

  • “Centennial News Letter,” published by the Virginia Civil War Commission, eight issues, Oct. 1962-May 1963.

  • “Bay State Bugle,” published by the Massachusetts Civil War Centennial Commission, seven issues, Oct. 1962-April 1963.

  • “Battle Lines,” published by the Atlanta Civil War Round Table Inc., four issues, Sept. 1962-April 1963.

  • “100 Years After,” published by the Civil War Centennial Commission, seven issues, Nov. 1962-May 1963.

  • News releases from the Gettysburg Centennial Commission.

  • Correspondence and single-issue bulletins from various states’ Civil War Commissions.