Glimpses of the Nation's Struggle
- RECOLLECTIONS OF 1861 AS SEEN THROUGH A BOY'S EYES. - By Col. John H. Page, Third United States Infantry
- FOUR WEEKS WITH LONG'S CAVALRY IN EAST TENNESSEE. - By Capt. and Brevet Maj. John P. Rea, First Ohio Cavalry
- THE FIRST ARMY CORPS ON THE FIRST DAY AT GETTYSBURG. - By George W. Grant, First Lieutenant, Eighty-Eighth Pennsylvania Infantry
- COLORED TROOPS IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION. - By Captain and Brevet Major Henry Allyn Norton, Ninety-second Illinois U.S.V.
- LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN AND MISSIONARY RIDGE. - By Captain J. C. Donahower, Second Minnesota Infantry
- THE SECOND DIVISION OF THE SIXTEENTH ARMY CORPS IN THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN. - By Captain James Compton, Fifty-Second Illinois Infantry
- "KAUTZ RAIDING AROUND PETERSBURG." - By Lieutenant James Marion Tucker, Second U. S. Colored Cavalry
- THE BATTLE OF BENTONVILLE. - By Lieutenant Marcus W. Bates, Twenty-first Michigan Infantry
- KILPATRICK'S RAID AROUND ATLANTA. - By Brevet Major John P. Rea, Captain First Ohio Cavalry
- PERSONAL REMINISCENCES OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC BLOCKADING SQUADRON. - By Acting Master William Jennings, U.S.N.
- THE BATTLE OF ALLATOONA. - By Captain Mortimer R. Flint, First Alabama Cavalry
- BATTLES AND CAMPAIGNS OF SEPTEMBER, 1862. - By Brigadier General John B. Sanhorn. Brevet Major General, U.S.V.
- THE ETHICS OF SECESSION. - By Major James Oscar Pierce, Ass't. Adj. General, U.S.V.
- THE ARMY CHAPLAIN. - By Chaplain E. Steele Peake, Twenty-eighth Wisconsin Infantry
- DEATH AND DISHONOR. - By Captain Edwin E. Woodman, Thirteenth Wisconsin Infantry
- REMINISCENCSS OF THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY IN 1864. - By Captain Ezra Farnsworth, Jr., Twenty-sixth Massachusetts Infantry
- THOSE WHOM YOU LEFT BEHIND YOU. - By Companion George Henry Daggett
- REMINISCENCES OF SERVICE WITH THE EIGHTH MINNESOTA INFANTRY. - By Benj. Witherell Bronson, Major and Paymaster U.S.V.
- THE SIEGE OF KNOXVILLE. - By Captain Philip Grenvilie Woodward, Thirty-sixth Massachusetts Infantry
- THE WAR ON THE BORDER. - By Captain Mortimer R. Flint, First Alabama Cavalry
- "THE SAME UNITED STATES FLAG." - By Captain Francis B. Hart, One Hundred and Forty-fourth New York Infantry
- THRILLING MOMENTS. - By Companion George H. Daggett
- THE CAMPAIGN UP THE JAMES RIVER TO PETERSBURG. - By Captain Edwin Simonton. First U. S. Colored Infantry, Brevet Lieut. Col. U.S.V.
- THE BATTLE OF FRANKLIN. - By Captain John K. Shellenberger, Sixty-fourth Ohio Infantry
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. 1897-1902, Published by the Commandery. Volume 5. St. Paul: Review Publishing Co. 1903.
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