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BATTERY B FOURTH UNITED STATES ARTILLERY At GETTSBURG, By James Stewart
SIXTEENTH MAINE REGIMENT AT GETTYSBURG. Read Maine MOLLUS, December 7, 1910 By Lieutenant Francis Wiggin.
CAVALRY FIGHT ON THE RIGHT FLANK AT GETTYSBURG By Lieutenant-Colonel William Brooke Rawle
GETTYSBURG. BY CAPTAIN DUDLEY H. CHASE, U. S. A. (RESIGNED).
INCIDENTS OF FIELD HOSPITAL LIFE WITH THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. By Jacob Ebersole, M.D., Late Major and Surgeon Nineteenth Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
THE FIRST MINNESOTA AT GETTYSBURG. By Lieutenant William Lochren, First Minnesota Infantry, U. S. Volunteers.
RECOLLECTIONS OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. By Brevet Brigadier-General Thomas W. Hyde.
Letter from Thomas HydeSeptember 6th, 1863
REMINISCENCES OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. By First Lieutenant Cornelius Wheeler, U. S. V.
THE SIGNAL CORPS OF THE ARMY DURING THE REBELLION. By Captain W. W. Rowley, U. S. V.
AT GETTYSBURG IN 1863 AND 1888. By Lieutenant and Adjutant Charles W. Roberts.
THE GETTYSBURG GUN. By John H. Rhodes, [Late Sergeant, Battery B, First Regiment Rhode Island Light Artillery.]
Personal Reminiscences of Gettysburg. By Captain John D. S. Cook,20th N. Y. S. M., 80th New York Infantry Volunteers.
On To Gettysburg Ten Days From My Diary of 1863.By Ziba B Graham Late 1st Lieut. 16th Regt. Mich. Vol. Infantry.
THE NINETEENTH MAINE AT GETTYSBURG. By Captain Silas Adams.
GETTYSBURG, AS WE MEN ON THE RIGHT SAW IT. By George A. Thayer, Late Captain Second Mass. V. I.
WITH THE SIXTH WISCONSIN AT GETTYSBURG. By Rufus R. Dawes, Brevet Brigadier-General United States Volunteers.