(This is a listing of Civil War-related books & or CD-ROMs in the Research Room)
Curry, Richard O., ed. Radicalism, Racism, and Party Realignment: The Border States During Reconstruction. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1969.
Du Pont, H. A. The Campaign of 1864 in the Valley of Virginia and the Expedition to Lynchburg. New York: National Americana Society, 1925.
Du Pont, Sophie Madeleine, comp. Official Dispatches and Letters of Rear Admiral Du Pont, U.S.N. 1846-1848, and 1861-1863.
Dyer, Frederick Henry. A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion. New York: T. Yoseloff, ; reprint, Dayton, Ohio: Morningside Press, 1994.
Hancock, Harold B. Delaware During the Civil War: A Political History. Wilmington: Historical Society of Delaware, 1961.
Hayes, John D., ed. Samuel Francis Du Pont, A Selection from his Civil War Letters. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1969.
Jones, James Pickett. Yankee Blitzkrieg: Wilson’s Raid Through Alabama and Georgia. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1976.
Marshall, John A. American Bastille: A History of the Illegal Arrests and Imprisonment if American Citizens in the Northern and Border States, on Account of their Political Opinions, During the Late Civil War. Philadelphia: Thomas W. Hartley, 1883.
McCauley, J. Michele. Never Judge a State by its Size. Hockessin: typescript, 1982.
Munden, Kenneth White. Guide to Federal Archives Relating to the Civil War. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1962.
Murphey, Rev. Thomas G. Four Years in the War: The History of the 1st Regiment of Delaware Veteran Volunteers.
Report of the Joint Committee to Mark the Positions Occupied by the 1st and 2nd Delaware Regiments at the Battle of Gettysburg, July 2nd and 3rd, 1863. Dover: by the Committee, 1887.
Robertson, James D. The Civil War. Washington, D. C.: United States Civil War Centennial Commission, 1963.
Saulsbury, Willard. Report of the Committee of the General Assembly of the State of Delaware…in regard to the Interference by U. S. Troops with General Election held in the State on the Fourth Day of November, 1862. Dover: James Kirk, 1863.
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