- My Capture and What Came of It. - By Brevet Major Henry S. Burrage.
- A Remarkable Reconnaissance. - By Major Sidney W. Thaxter.
- Twenty-two Hours Prisoner of War in Dixie. - By Brevet Major-General Henry G. Thomas.
- At Gettysburg in 1863 and 1888. - By Lieutenant and Adjutant Charles W. Roberts.
- The Battle of Mobile Bay, August 5, 1864. - By Commander Oliver A. Batcheller, U. S. N.
- An Experience in the Battle of the Wilderness. - By Brevet Major Holman S. Melcher.
- Our Escape from Camp Sorghum. - By Lieutenant Charles O. Hunt.
- Reminiscences of the Civil War from a Surgeon's Point of View. - By Major and Surgeon Seth C. Gordon
- With the Seventh Maine Battery. - By Brevet Major William B. Lapham.
- In Six Prisons. - By Brevet Brigadier-General Charles P. Mattocks.
- The Red River Expedition of 1864. - By Lieutenant Henry N. Fairbanks.
- Recollections of the Battle of Gettysburg. - By Brevet Brigadier-General Thomas W. Hyde.
- The Military Operations on the White Oak Road, Virginia, March 31, 1865. - By Brevet Major-General Joshua L. Chamberlain.
- Darkest Hour.- By Brevet Bngadier-General Charles Hamlin.
- The Seventeenth Maine at Gettysburg and in the Wilderness. - By Captain George W. Verrill.
- The Battle of "The Crater." - By Captain Horace H. Burbank.
- Personal Observations and Experiences in Rebel Prisons, 1864, 1865. - By Major Abner R. Small.
- An Incident Off the Coast of Maine in 1861. - By Major Charles II. Boyd.
- The Boys of 1861. - By General Selden Connor.
War Papers. Read Before the Commandery of the State of Maine, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Published by the Commandery, Volume 1, Portland, The Thurston Print 1898.
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