Glimpses of the Nation's Struggle
- THE BATTLE OF BIRCH COOLIE. - By Lieutenant Jas. J. Egan, First Minnesota Heavy Artillery, U.S.V.
- THE YELLOW MEDICINE MASSACRE. - By First Lieutenant John F. Bishop, Fifth Minnesota Infantry, U.S.V.
- SOME FACTS ABOUT THE BATTLE OF SHILOH. By Captain Chas. L. Sumbardo, Twelfth Iowa Infantry, U.S.V.
- THE FIRST MINNESOTA AT GETTYSBURG. By Lieutenant Wm. Loehren, First Minnesota Infantry, U.S.V.
- THE PENNSYLVANIA RESERVES. By Lieutenant Eli Torrance, Ninety-seventh Pennsylvauia Infantry, U.S.V.
- WORK OF THE FIFTH CORPS AMBULANCE TRAIN, SPRING AND SUMMER OF 1864. - By Lieutenant-Colonel W. F. Drum, Twelfth U.S. Infantry
- EARLY WAR DAYS IN THE NATION'S CAPITAL. - By Captain Thos. M. Woodruff, Fifth U.S. Infantry
- EIGHTEENTH U. S. INFANTRY FROM CAMP THOMAS, OH, TO MURFREESBORO AND THE REGULAR BRIGADE AT STONE RIVER. - By Major H. B. Freeman, Sixteenth U. S. Infantry
- THE LOYAL LEGION. - By Colonel C. D. Kerr, Sixteenth Illinois Infantry, U.S.V. On-line
- THE CAMPAIGN IN MISSOURI IN SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER, 1864. - By Brevet-Major-General John B. Sanborn, U.S.V.
- SOUTHERN MILITARY PRISONS AND ESCAPES. - By Lieutenant Warren H. Mead, Sixth Kentucky Cavalry, U.S.V.
- JOHNSON'S ISLAND AND THE LAKE ERIE RAID OF 1864. - By Lieutenant Geo. M. Phillips, Adjutant One Hundred and Twenty-eighth Ohio Infantry, U.S.V.
- REMINISCENCES OF INDIAN DEPREDATIONS IN MINNESOTA. - By Captain James Starkey, First Minnesota Mounted Rangers, U.S.V.
- THE WORLD'S ESTIMATE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON, THE FIRST GREAT AMERICAN. - By Rev. Otis H. Tiffany, D.D., LL.D., Companion of the Third Class
- EARLY LIFE AND PERSONAL REMINISCENCES OF GENERAL W. T. SHERMAN. - By Captain Wm. McCrory, Seventh Independent Company Ohio Sharp-shooters, U.S.V.
- INCIDENTS OF PRISON LIFE, WITH CAUSES OF CONFEDERATE CRUELTY. - By Captain Chas. L. Sumbardo, Twelfth Iowa Infantry, U.S.V.
- POEM: A SCOUT'S GREETING TO BREVET MAJOR-GENERAL WESLEY MERRITT, U.S.A. - By Captain Jack Crawford, the Poet Scout.
- THE LIFE AND SERVICES OF GENERAL JOHN A. RAWLINS. - By Captain J. M. Shaw, Twenty-fifth Wisconsin Infantry, U.S.V.
- PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF THE ST. ALBANS RAID OF 1864. - By Lieutenant-Colonel R. C. Benton, First Vermont Artillery, U.S.V.
- THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. - By Captain Wm. B. Leach, Assistant Adjutant-General, U.S.V.
- THE SHELTER TENT. - By Captain Henry A. Castle, One Hundred and Thirty-seventh Illinois Infantry, U.S.V.
- INCIDENTS OF THE BATTLES OF FAIR OAKS AND MALVERN HILL. - By Rev. Dr. Edward D. Neill, Chaplain First Minnesota Infantry, U.S.V.
- COLUMBUS AND THE NEW MOVEMENT OF COMMERCE. - By Rev. Dr. Edward D. Neill, Chaplain First Minnesota Infantry, U.S.V.
- IN MEMORIAM-GENERAL W. T. SHERMAN. - By Captain Henry A. Castle, Colonel C. D. Kerr, Lieutenant Eli Torrance
- BREVET-MAJOR-GENERAL HENRY H. SIBLEY. - By Brevet Brigadier-General Jas. H. Baker, Brevet Brigadier-General Wm. B. Marshall
- APPENDIX: Statement of number of men called for by the President of the United States, and number furnished April 15, 1861, to close of the War of the Rebellion
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. 1889-1892, Published by the Commandery. Volume 3. St. Paul: D.D. Merril Co. 1893.
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