Glimpses of the Nation's Struggle
- FROM THE WILDERNESS TO RICHMOND. - By Brevet Major B. F. Wright, Captain One Hundred and Forty-sixth New York Infantry, U.S.V.
- CAVALRY: ITS USE AND VALUE, AS ILLUSTRATED BY REFERENCE TO THLE ENGAGEMENTS OF KELLY'S FORD AND GETTYSBURG. - By Captain D. M. Gilmore, Third Pennsylvania Cavalry. U.S.V.
- THE MILL SPRINGS CAMPAIGN; PERSONAL EXPERIENCES AND ORSERVATIONS OF A COMPANY OFFICER. - By Brevet Brigadier-General J. W. Bishop, Colonel Second Minnesota Infantry, U.S.V.
- THE FIRST MINNESOTA INFANTRY, U.S. VOLUNTEERS. - By Captain J. N. Searles, First Minnesota Infantry
- THE CAMPAIGN-AGAINST VICKSBURG. - By Brevet Major-General John B. Sanborn. U.S.V.114
- THE CAMPAIGN IN WEST VIRGINIA. - By Captain J. N. Cross, Seventh Ohio Infantry, U.S.V.
- THE EXPEDITION AGAINST THE SIOUX INDIANS IN 1863, UNDER GENERAL HENRY H. SIBLEY. - By Captain L. W. Collins, Seventh Minnesota Infantry, U.S.V.
- FROM YORKTOwN TO WILLIAMSBURG - By Lieutenant-Colonel Reuben C. Benton, First Vermont Artillery, U.S.V.
- REMARKS OF COMMANDER BREVET MAJOR-GENERAL HENRY H. SIBLEY IN ASSUMING COMMAND OF TUE COMMANDERY
- MINNESOTA AND THE WAR. - By Hon. Alexander Ramsey
- POEM: OUR NEW COMMANDER. - By Captain Henry A. Castle, One Hundred and Thirty-seventh Illinois Infantry U.S.V. Dedicated to General H.H. Sibley
- REMINISCENCES OF THE WAR. - By Captain S. P. Snider, Thirteenth U.S. Colored Infantry
- RECOLLECTIONS OF THE BATTLE OF FREDERICKSBURG. - By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Simonton, Fourth U.S. Infantry.
- THE RED RIVER EXPEDITION. - By Brevet Brigadier-General L. F. Hubbard, Colonel Fifth Minnesota Infantry, U.S.V.
- THE LOYAL LEGION. - By Colonel James H. Howe, Thirty-second Wisconsin Infantry U.S.V.
- THE SKIRMISH AT FALLING WATERS. - By Major J. O. Pierce, Assistant Adjutant-General U.S.V.
- THE WESTERN ORGANIZATION OF COLORED PEOPLE FOR FURNISHING INFORMATION TO U.S. TROOPS IN THE SOUTH - By J. W. Bissell, Engineer Regiment of the West, U.S.V.
- THE EARLY DAYS OF RECONSTRUCTION IN NORTHEASTERN ARKANSAS - By Colonel Hans Mattson, Third Minnesota Infantry, U.S.V.
- THE ARMY MULE - By Captain Henry A. Castle, One Hundred and Thirty-seventh Illinois Infantry, U.S.V.
- THE RESULTS OF THE WAR - By Captain M. J. Severance, Tenth Minnesota Infantry, U.S.V.
- WASHINGTON ADAPTED FOR A CRISIS - By Reverend Dr. E. D. Neill, Chaplain First Minnesota Infantry, U.S.V.
- LETTER OF PAST COMMANDER GENERAL HENRY H. SIBLEY, TRANSFERRING THE COMMANDERY TO COMMANDER GENERAL J. W. BISHOP
- ACCEPTANCE OF GENERAL J. W. BISHOP
- MINNESOTA - By Captain Eugene M. Wilson, First Minnesota Mounted Rangers, U.S.V.
- OUR COUNTRY - By Brevet Brigadier-General J. H. Baker, Tenth Minnesota Infantry, U.S.V.
- POEM: MORITURI SALUTAMUS - By Brevet Colonel George W. Baird, Paymaster U.S.A.
- THE ARMY AND THE NAVY - By Brevet Brigadier-General Edwin C. Mason, Colonel Third U.S. Infantry
- THE SOLDIER IN CIVIL LIFE - By Captain Charles H. Woods, Sixteenth New Hampshire Infantry, U.S.V.
Glimpses of the Nation's Struggle. A Series of Papers Read Before the Minnesota Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. 1887-1889, Published by the Commandery. Volume 2. St. Paul, MN: St. Paul Book and Stationary Co. 1890.
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