Works Cited

1. McNamara, Rev. Robert F., "Gettysburg Centenary Recalls Heroism of Rochester," Rochester Catholic Council Journal, (June 28, 1963).

2. Schaff, Morris, "The Spirit of Old West Point, 1858-1862," Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1907, p. 31-32.

* Between December, 1862 and March, 1864, "True Blue" wrote 44 letters to the Rochester Evening Express. In none of these letters does he leave any obvious clues as to his identity. A very strong case can be made, however, that "True Blue" was Capt. Patrick H. Sullivan of Co. K.

3. Norton, Oliver W., The Attack and Defense of Little Round Top, (New York: The Neale Publishing Company, 1913; Re-printed, Dayton: Morningside House, Inc., 1978), p. 140. Except when noted, all references are taken from Farley's "No. 9."

4. Ibid., p. 134.

5. Farley, Porter, Reminiscences of the 140th Regiment New York State Volunteers. (Rochester: Rundel Library Microfilm, No. 8.)

6. Attack and Defense, p. 133.

7. Fox, Frederick, New York at Gettysburg Vol. III (Albany: J. B. Lyon Company, 1902), p. 956.

8. "From the 140th-The Battle of Gettysburg," Rochester Evening Express, July 8, 1863.

9. "The 140th in the Late Fight," Rochester Evening Express, July 11, 1863.

10. "From the 140th-Interesting Particulars of the Late Fight," Rochester Evening Express, July 11, 1863.

11. Leeper, M., "Gettysburg: The Part Taken in the Battle by the Fifth Corps," National Tribune, April 30, 1885.

12. Attack and Defense, P. 219. This is taken from the Official Report of Lt. Col. Welch.

13. "The 140th in the Battle of Gettysburg - Particulars of its Action," Rochester Evening Express, August 20, 1863.

14. Hazen, Samuel R., "'Fighting the Good Fight': The 140th New York and its Work on Little Round Top," National Tribune, September 13, 1894.

15. Hawthorne, Frederick W., Gettysburg.- Stories of Men and Monuments. (Hanover, Pennsylvania; Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides, 1988), p. 55.

16. Rochester Evening Express, August 20, 1863.

17. Attack and Defense, p. 134.

18. New York at Gettysburg, p. 957.

19. Rochester Evening Express, July 11, 1863.

20. Hazen, National Tribune.

21. Rochester Evening Express, July 11, 1863.

22. Youcker, Clayton, (ed.), The Military Memoirs of Captain Henry Cribben, (Chicago, privately printed, 1911), p. 21.

23. "Killed and Wounded of the 140th Regiment," Rochester Daily Union and Advertiser, July 9, 1863.

24. "The 140th N.Y.V. Turned into a Zouave Regiment," Rochester Daily Union and Advertiser, January 8, 1864.

25. Ernst, Louis, "Casualty List for the Battle of Gettysburg," (Warrenton, Virginia, July 20, 1863, 140th New York Regimental Records).

26. Attack and Defense, pp. 135-136.

Photo Credits

images of O'Rorke, McGraw, Sibley - From the collection of Ron Erwin
images of Campbell and Farley - From the collections of the Rochester Historical Society
Image of Cribben - From the Collections of Shelby County Historical Society
Image of Starks, From the Collection of Ben Maryniak
Photo of 140th Infantry Monument - Sonny Fulks
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