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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ARMY NATIONAL GUARD HISTORY 

Connecticut

Baker, Mary Ellen, compiler. "Bibliography of Lists of New England Soldiers." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 65 (April 1911), pp. 151-159.

[Bartlett, Therese C., compiler]. History of First Company Governor's Foot Guard Hartford, Connecticut, 1771-1901. Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1902.

Case, J. R. "Tercentenary of Connecticut Artillery." Field Artillery Journal, 26 (March 1936), pp. 194-202.

Connecticut. Adjutant General's Office. Catalogue of Connecticut Volunteer Organizations (Infantry, Cavalry, Artillery), In the Service of the United States, 1861-1865, with Additional Enlistments, Casualties, etc. And Brief Summaries, Showing the Operations and Service of These Several Regiments and Batteries. Hartford: Case, Lockwood, 1864; revised edition Hartford: Brown and Gross, 1869.

-----. Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the War of the Revolution, War of 1812, Mexican War. Edited by Henry P. Johnston. Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1889.

-----. -----. Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the Army and Navy of the United States During the War of the Rebellion. Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1889.

-----. -----. Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the Army, Navy and Marine Corps of the United States in the Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection and China Relief Expedition From April 21, 1898 to July 4, 1904. Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1919.

-----. -----. Service Records Connecticut Men and Women in the Armed Forces of the United States During World War 1917-1920. 3 vols. Hartford: Office of the Adjutant General, n.d.

-----. -----. Roster of Connecticut Volunteers Who Served in the War Between the United States and Spain, 1898-1899. Hartford: Hartford Press, 1899.

Fowles, Lloyd W. An Honor to The State: The Bicentennial History of the First Company Governor's Foot Guard. Hartford: Bond Press, 1971.

Howard, James L., editor. the Origins and Fortunes of Troop B: 1788 Governor's Independent Volunteer Troops of Horse Guards 1911 Troop Be Cavalry Connecticut National Guard 1917. Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1921.

Prendergast, William J., compiler. Two Hundred Years: The Second Company Governor's Foot Guard 1775-1975. Deep River: New Era Printing Co., 1975.

County and Town Histories.

Anderson, Joseph, editor. The Town and City of Waterbury, Connecticut, From the Aboriginal Period to the Year Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-Five. 3 vols. New Haven: Price & Lee Co., 1896.

Bayles, Richard M. History of Windham County. New York: W. W. Preston and Co., 1889.

Beers, J. H., and Company. Commemorative Biographical Record of Hartford County, Connecticut, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens, And of Many of the Early Settled Families. Chicago: J. H. Beers & Co., 1901.

-----. Genealogical and Biographical Record of New London County Connecticut Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens and Genealogical Records of Many of the Early Settled Families. Chicago: J. H. Beers & Co., 1905.

Bickford, Christopher P. "The Lost Census of 1762 Found." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 44 (April 1979), pp. 33-43.

Bissell, Linda A. "Family, Friends and Neighbors; Social Interaction in Seventeenth Century Windsor, Connecticut." Ph.D. Dissertation, Brandeis University, 1973.

Burpee, Charles W. The Military History of Waterbury, from the Founding of the Settlement in 1678 to 1891, together with a List of the Commissioned Officers and the Records of the Wars; Containing also an Outline of all the Changes in the Military Organization of the State. New Haven: Price, Lee & Adkins Co., 1891.

Daniels, Bruce Colin. The Connecticut Town: Growth and Development, 1635-1790. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 1979.

-----. "Large Town Power Structures in Eighteenth-Century Connecticut: an Analysis of Political Leadership in Hartford, Norwich and Fairfield." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Connecticut, 1970.

Deming, Dorothy. The Settlement of the Connecticut Towns. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1933.

-----. Settlement of Litchfield County. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1933.

Fowler, David H. "Connecticut's Freemen: The First Forty Years." William and Mary Quarterly, 3d Ser., 15 (July 1958), pp. 312-333.

Gipson, Lawrence Henry. Connecticut Taxation, 1750-1775. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1933.

Hurd, D. Hamilton, compiler. History of Fairfield County, Connecticut, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Many of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers. Philadelphia: J. W. Lewis & Co., 1881.

-----, compiler. History of New London County, Connecticut, with Biographical Sketches of Many of Its Pioneers and Prominent Men. Philadelphia: J. W. Lewis & Co., 1882.

Larned, Ellen D. History of Windham County, Connecticut. 2 vols. Worcester: Charles Hamilton, 1874-1880.

Parker, Mrs. C. J. "New Britain in the Days of the Revolution." Connecticut Quarterly [later Connecticut Magazine], 1 (October-December 1895), pp. 379-390; 22 (January-March 1896), pp. 72-80.

Rockey, J. L., editor. History of New Haven County, Connecticut. 2 vols. New York: W. W. Preston & Co., 1892.

Roetger, Robert W. "Order and Disorder in Early Connecticut: New Haven, 1639-1701." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of New Hampshire, 1982.

Schmitt, Dale J. "The Response to Social Problems in Seventeenth Century Connecticut." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Kansas, 1970.

Stark, Bruce P. "Lebanon, Connecticut: a Study in Society and Politics in the Eighteenth Century." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Connecticut, 1970.

Thompson, Marvin G. "Litchfield, Connecticut and an Analysis of Its Political Leadership, 1719 to 1784." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Connecticut, 1977.

Todd, Charles Burr. The History of Redding, Conn., From Its First Settlement to the Present Time. New York: John A. Gray Press and Steam Typesetting Office, 1880.

Trumbull, J. Hammond, editor. The Memorial History of Hartford County Connecticut 1633-1884. 2 vols. Boston: Edward L. Osgood, 1886.

Willingham, William F. "Windham, Connecticut: Profile of a Revolutionary Community, 1755-1818." Ph.D. Dissertation, Northwestern University, 1972.

Colonial.

Ahearn, Marie L. The Rhetoric of War: Training Day, The Militia, and the Military Sermon. Westport: Greenwood, 1989.

Bailey, Alfred Goldsworth. "The Conflict of European and Eastern Algonkian Cultures." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Toronto, 1934.

Ballou, Hosea Starr. "Dr. Thomas Starr, Surgeon in the Pequot War, and His Family Connections." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 89 (1935), pp. 172-177, 279-282, 374-375; 90 (1936), pp. 152-157, 269-274; 91 (1937), pp. 71-75, 286-289; 92 (1938), pp. 365-371; 93 (1939), pp. 92-94, 355-358; 94 (1940), pp. 66-71, 168-180, 238-245, 346-351; 95 (1941), pp. 127-135, 252-264, 384-391; 96 (1942), pp. 271-284, 366-382.

Bates, Albert C., editor. "Rolls of Connecticut Men in the French and Indian War, 1755-1762." Connecticut Historical Society Collections, 9 (1903) and 10 (1904).

Bodger, George Madison. Soldiers in King Philip's War being A Critical Account of That War with A Concise History of the Indian Wars of New England from 1620-1677, Official Lists of the Soldiers of Massachusetts Colony Serving in Philip's War, and Sketches of the Principal Officers, Copies of Ancient Documents and Records Relating to the War, Also Lists of the Narraganset Grantees of the United Colonies, Massachusetts, Plymouth, and Connecticut. Leominster, Mass.: Privately published, 1896. [Originally published in New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 37 (1883)-45 (1891).]

Bourne, Russell. The Red King's Rebellion: Racial Politics in New England, 1675-1678. New York: Athenaeum, 1990.

Bradstreet, Howard. The Story of the War with the Pequots, Re-Told. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1933.

Bradstreet, John. An Impartial Account of Lieut. Col. Bradstreet's Expedition to Fort Frontenac. Toronto: Rous & Mann Ltd., 1940.

Brainard, Newton C. "Connecticut's First Fort." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 26 (April 1961), pp. 49-55.

Buffington, Arthur H. "The Policy of the Northern Colonies towards the French to the Peace of Utrecht." Ph.D. Dissertation, Harvard University, 1925.

-----. "The Puritan View of War." Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 28 (1935), pp. 67-86.

Burton, William John. "Hellish Fiends and Brutish Men: Amerindian-Euroamerican Interaction in Southern New England. An Interdisciplinary Analysis, 1600-1750." Ph.D. Dissertation, Kent State University, 1976.

Church, Thomas. The History of the Great Indian War of 1675 and 1676, Commonly Called Philip's War. Also, The Old French and Indian Wars, from 1689 to 1704. Edited by Samuel G. Drake. Hartford: Silas Andrus & Son, 1854.

Clark, David Sanders, compiler. "Journals and Orderly Books Kept by Connecticut Soldiers During the French and Indian War, 1755-1762." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 94 (July 1940), pp. 225-230.

-----, compiler. "Journals and Orderly Books Kept by Connecticut Soldiers During the French and Indian War, 1755-1762. A Supplemental List." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 95 (January 1941), pp. 18-20.

Cook, Edward M., Jr. "Local Leadership and the Typology of New England Towns, 1700-1785." Political Science Quarterly, 86 (December 1971), pp. 586-608.

Cressy, David. Coming Over: Migration and Communication between England and New England in the Seventeenth Century. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987.

Daniels, Bruce C., editor. Power and Status: Officeholding in Colonial America. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1986.

DeForest, John W. History of the Indians of Connecticut from the Earliest Known Period to 1850. Hartford: W. J. Hammersley, 1851. [Reprinted Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1964.]

Detzer, David W. "The Causes of the Pequot War." Connecticut Review , 1 (April 1968), pp. 85-88.

Galvin, John R. The Minute Men: A Compact History of the Defenders of the American Colonies, 1645-1775. New York: Hawthorne, 1966.

Gates, Stewart Lewis. "Disorder and Social Organization: The Militia in Connecticut Public Life, 1660-1860." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Connecticut, 1975.

Hanna, Archibald. "New England Military Institutions 1693-1750." Ph.D. Dissertation, Yale University, 1950.

Harris, William. A Rhode Islander Reports on King Philip's War. Edited by Douglas E. Leach. Providence: Rhode Island Historical Society, 1963.

Hirsh, Adam J. "The Collision of Military Cultures in Seventeenth-Century New England." Journal of American History, 74 (March 1988), pp. 1187-1212.

Hoadley, Charles J., editor. Records of the Colony and Plantation of New Haven, From 1638 to 1649. Hartford: Case, Tiffany and Co., 1857.

-----, editor. Records of the Colony or Jurisdiction of New Haven, From May, 1653, To The Union, Together with the New Haven Code of 1656. Hartford: Case, Lockwood and Co., 1858.

Hubbard, William. The History of the Indian Wars in New England from the First Settlement to the Termination of the War with King Philip, in 1677. Edited by Samuel G. Drake. Roxbury: W. E. Woodward, 1865.

Leach, Douglas E. Flintlock and Tomahawk: New England in King Philip's War. New York: W. W. Norton, 1958.

-----. "The Causes and Effects of King Philip's War." Ph.D. Dissertation, Harvard University, 1952.

-----. "Brothers in Arms?--Anglo-American Friction at Louisbourg, 1745-1746." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 89 (1977), pp. 36-54.

Lincoln, Charles H., editor. Narrative of the Indian Wars 1675-1699. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1913.

Loudoun, John Campbell, 4th Earl of. General Orders of 1757; Issued by The Earl of Loudoun and Phineas Lyman in the Campaign Against the French. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1898.

Lyndon, James Gavin. Struggle for Empire: A Bibliography of the French and Indian War, 1754-1763. New York: Garland Publishing, 1985.

McBarron, H. Charles, Jr., William A. Foote, and John R. Elting. "The American Regiment, 1740-1746 (The 61st Regiment of Foot, or Gooch's Regiment)." Military Collector and Historian, 21 (Fall 1969), pp. 84-86.

McCorison, Marcus A. "Colonial Defense of the Upper Connecticut Valley." Vermont History, New Ser., 30 (January 1962), pp. 50-62.

Marcus, Richard Henry. "The Militia of Colonial Connecticut 1639-1775: An Institutional Study." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Colorado, 1965.

-----. "The Connecticut Valley: A Problem in Intercolonial Defense." Military Affairs, 33 (April 1969), pp. 230-242.

-----. "The Selection of the Militia Officers of Colonial Connecticut: Democracy or Deference?" Locus, 2 (Spring 1990), pp. 159-172.

Mason, John. A Brief History of the Pequot War. Edited by Thomas Prince. Boston: S. Kneiland & T. Green, 1736. [Reprinted in Massachusetts Historical Society Collections, 2d Ser., 2 (1819), pp. 120-153.]

Mook, H. Telfair. "Training Day in New England." New England Quarterly, 11 (December 1938), pp. 675-697.

Orr, Charles, compiler. History of the Pequot War. The Contemporary Accounts of Mason, Underhill, Vincent and Gardiner. Cleveland: Helman-Taylor, 1897.

Rawlyk, G. A. Yankees at Louisbourg. Orono: University of Maine, 1967.

Rutman, Darrett B. "A Militant New World, 1607-1640: America's First Generation, Its Martial Spirit, Its Tradition of Arms, Its Militia Organization, Its Wars." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Virginia, 1959.

Salisbury, Neal. Manitou and Providence: Indians, Europeans, and the Making of New England, 1500-1643. New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.

-----. "Conquest of the 'Savage': Puritans, Puritan Missionaries, and Indians, 1620-1680." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California at Los Angeles, 1972.

Selesky, Harold Edward. War and Society in Colonial Connecticut. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1990.

-----. "Military Leadership in American Colonial Society: Connecticut, 1635-1785." Ph.D. Dissertation, Yale University, 1984.

Sharp, Morrison. "The New England Trainbands in the Seventeenth Century." Ph.D. Dissertation, Harvard University, 1938.

-----. "Leadership and Democracy in the Early New England System of Defense." American Historical Review, 50 (January 1945), pp. 244-260.

Shelley, Henry C. John Underhill: Captain of New England and New Netherland. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1932.

Slotkin, Richard, and James K. Folsom, editors. So Dreadful A Judgement: Puritan responses to King Philip's War, 1676-1677. Weslyan: Weslyan University Press, 1986.

Soule, Sherrod. "A Connecticut Soldier in the French and Indian War." Connecticut Magazine, 11 (Autumn 1907), pp. 409-416.

Sylvester, Herbert Milton. Indian Wars of New England. 3 vols. Boston: W. B. Clarke Co., 1910.

Vaughan, Alden T. New England Frontier: Puritans and Indians, 1620-1675. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1965.

-----. "Pequots and Puritans: The Causes of the War of 1637." William and Mary Quarterly, 3d Ser., 21 (April 1964), pp. 256-269.

-----. "New England Puritans and the American Indian, 1620-1675." Ph.D. Dissertation, Columbia University, 1964.

-----. "Soldiers and Savages: A History of the Pequot War." Master's Thesis, Columbia University, 1958.

-----, and Edward W. Clark, editors. Puritans among the Indians: Accounts of Captivity and Redemption, 1676-1724. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press, 1981.

Villaflor, Georgia C., and Kenneth L. Sokoloff. "Migration in Colonial America: Evidence from the Militia Muster Rolls." Social Science History, 6 (Fall 1982), pp. 539-570.

Revolutionary War.

Anonymous. "Colonel John Franklin." Bradford County Historical Society Annual, 3 (1909), pp. 51-66.

Barber, Daniel. The History of My Own Time. 3 vols. Washington and Frederick, Md.: Ustick, Poe, 1827-1832.

-----. "Rev. D. Barber's Account of His Service in the Army of 1775-6." Historical Magazine, 1st Ser., 7 (March 1863), pp. 83-88.

Bates, Albert C., editor. "Rolls and Lists of Connecticut Men in the Revolution 1775-1783." Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, 8 (1901).

Bill, Ledyard, editor. "Roll of Capt. Nathaniel Webb's Co., In the Fourth Connecticut Regiment--Revolutionary War--Col. John Durkee, Commanding." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 22 (July 1868), pp. 281-282.

Boardman, Benjamin. "Diary of Benjamin Boardman." Edited by Charles J. Hoadley. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 27 (May 1892), pp. 400-413 [2d Ser., Vol 7].

Bostwick, Elisha. "A Connecticut Soldier Under Washington: Elisha Bostwick's Memoirs of the First Years of the Revolution." Edited by William S. Powell. William and Mary Quarterly, 3d Ser., 6 (January 1949), pp. 94-107.

Bowen, Joanne Vickie. "A Study of Seasonality and Substance: Eighteenth Century Suffield, Connecticut." Ph.D. Dissertation, Brown University, 1990.

Brown, Ralph Adams. "Colonel Experience Storrs, Connecticut Farmer and Patriot." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 19 (October 1954), pp. 118-121.

Buel, Richard, Jr. Dear Liberty: Connecticut's Mobilization for the Revolutionary War. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 1980.

Buxton, Antha C. "Sketches of Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Middletown Springs, Vermont." Magazine of History, 16 (January 1913), pp. 16-23.

Campbell, Maria. Revolutionary Services and Civil Life of William Hull; prepared from his manuscripts, by his daughter, Mrs. Maria Campbell: Together with the History of the Campaign of 1812, and Surrender of the Post of Detroit, by his grandson, James Freeman Clarke. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1848.

Chittenden, Abraham. Orderly Book of Lieut. Abraham Chittenden Adj't. 7th Conn. Reg't. August 16, 1776 to September 29, 1776. Hartford: Privately printed, 1922.

Clark, A. H. A Complete Roster of Colonel David Waterbury Jr's Regiment of Connecticut Volunteers. New York: Privately printed, 1897.

Clark, Henry Austin, editor. "A Connecticut Revolutionary Roll." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 60 (October 1906), p. 331.

Clarke, Samuel G. "William Hull." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 47 (April, July 1893), pp. 141-153, 305-314.

Cohen, Sheldon S. "The Death of Colonel Thomas Knowlton." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 30 (April 1965), pp. 50-57.

Collier, Christopher. Connecticut in the Continental Congress. Chester: Pequot Press, 1973.

Connecticut Historical Society. "Orderly Books and Journals Kept by Connecticut Men while Taking Part in the American Revolution." Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, 7 (1899).

-----. "Lists and Returns of Connecticut Men in the Revolution 1775-1783." Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, 12 (1909).

Cropsey, Joyce Mackenzie, compiler. Register of Revolutionary Soldiers and Patriots buried in Litchfield County. Canaan, N.H.: Phoenix Publishing, 1976.

Cross, Urieh. "Narrative of Urieh Cross In the Revolutionary War." Edited by Earle Williams Newton. Vermont Quarterly, n.s., 15 (July 1947), pp. 177-187.

Cummin, Katherine Hewitt. Connecticut Militia General: Gold Selleck Silliman. Hartford: American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Connecticut, 1980.

Decennial Register of the Society of the Sons of the Revolution in the State of Connecticut 1893-1913. Hartford: By the Society, 1913.

Destler, Chester M. "A Bibliography of Connecticut During the American Revolution." Connecticut History, 16 (August 1975, pp.

Douglas, William. "Letters Written During the Revolutionary War by Colonel William Douglas to His Wife Covering the Period July 19, 1775, to December 5, 1776." New-York Historical Society Quarterly Bulletin, 12 (January 1929), pp. 149-154; 13 (1929-30), pp. 37-40, 79-82, 118-122, 157-162; 14 (April 1930), pp. 38-42.

Fisher, John. "John Fisher's Reminiscences of the Revolution." Edited by H. W. Kimball. Magazine of History, 13 (April 1911), pp. 184-186.

Fitch, Asa. "Revolutionary Letters." Edited by Charles Lanman. Historical Magazine, 1st Ser., 3 (January 1959), pp. 6-8.

Fitch, Jabez. The New-York Diary of Lieutenant Jabez Fitch of the 17th (Connecticut) Regiment From August 22, 1776 to December 15, 1777. Edited by W. H. W. Sabine. New York: Privately printed, 1954.

Gay, Fisher. "Diary of Lieutenant Colonel Fisher Gay, February 2, 1776-19 February 1776." Magazine of American History, 8 (February 1882), pp. 127-129.

Grossbart, Stephen R. "The Revolutionary Transition: Politics, Religion and Economy in Eastern Connecticut, 1765-1800." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1989.

Grumman, William Edgar. The Revolutionary Soldiers of Redding, Connecticut, And The Record of Their Services; with Mention of Others who Rendered Service or Suffered Loss at the hands of the Enemy during the Struggle for Independence, 1775-1783, together with some Account of the Loyalists of the Town and Vicinity; their Organization, their Efforts and Sacrifices in Behalf of the Cause of their King, and their Ultimate Fate. Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1904.

Hall, Charles S. Life and Letters of Samuel Holden Parsons, Major General in the Continental Army and Chief Judge of the Northwestern Territory 1737-1789. Binghamton, N.Y.: Otseningo Publishing Co., 1905.

Hanford, Levi. A Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Levi Hanford, A Soldier of the Revolution. Edited by Charles I. Bushnell. New York: Privately printed, 1863.

Hayes, John T. "The Connecticut Light Horse, 1776-1783." Military Collector and Historian, 22 (Winter 1970), pp. 109-112.

Hinman, Royal Ralph. A Historical Collection from Official Records, Files, &c., of the Part Sustained by Connecticut, during the War of the Revolution With an Appendix, Containing Important Letters, Depositions, &c., Written During the War. Hartford: E. Gleason, 1842.

Hoadley, Charles J., et al., compilers. The Public Records of the State of Connecticut. 11 vols. Hartford: Various publishers, 1894-1967.

Hollister, Josiah. Journal of Josiah Hollister. N.P.: Illinois Society Sons of the American Revolution, 1928.

Huntington, Ebenezer. Letters Written by Ebenezer Huntington During the American Revolution. New York: C. F. Heartman, 1914.

Huntington, Joshua, and Jedediah Huntington. "Huntington Papers: Correspondence of the Brothers Joshua and Jedediah Huntington During the Period of the American Revolution, 1771-1783." Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, 20 (1923).

Ifkovic, John W. Connecticut's Nationalist Revolutionary: Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. Hartford: American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Connecticut, 1977.

Jenkins, John. "Journal of Lieut. John Jenkins." In Frederick Cook, editor, Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan Against the Six Nations of Indians in 1779 with Records of Centennial Celebrations (Auburn, N.Y.: Knapp, Peck & Thomson, 1887), pp. 168-177.

Johnston, Henry P. "Return Jonathan Meigs: Colonel of the Connecticut Line of the Continental Army." Magazine of American History, 4 (April 1880), pp. 282-292.

-----, editor. Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the War of the Revolution, War of 1812, Mexican War. Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co. for the Adjutant General's Office, 1889.

Krumbhaar, Anna Conyngham Stevens. "Colonel Zebulon Butler and Wyoming Valley." Connecticut Magazine, 6 (March-April 1900), pp. 143-152.

Larned, Ellen D. "A Teamster Boy in the Revolution." Connecticut Quarterly [later Connecticut Magazine], 2 (January-March 1896), pp. 50-51.

Lawson, Harvey Merrill, editor. "Revolutionary Soldiers from Tolland Co., Conn." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 59 (January 1905), pp. 21-22.

Lee, Ezra. "Sergeant Lee's Experience with Bushnell's Submarine Torpedo in 1776." Edited by Henry P. Johnston. Magazine of American History, 29 (March 1893), pp. 262-266.

Logan, Gwendolyn Evans. "The Slave in Connecticut During the American Revolution." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 30 (July 1965), pp. 73-80.

Luchowski, Linda Susan. "Sunshine Soldiers: New Haven and the American Revolution." Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1976.

McBarron, H. Charles, Jr., and Frederick P. Todd. "Webb's Continental Regiment, 1777-1781." Military Collector and Historian, 5 (December 1953), p. 100. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 100]

Marcy, Thomas Knowlton. "Captain Reuben Marcy." Connecticut Magazine, 6 (January 1900), pp. 20-24.

Martin, Joseph Plumb. Private Yankee Doodle Being a Narrative of Some of the Adventures, Dangers and Sufferings of a Revolutionary Soldier. Edited by George F. Scheer. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 19622.

Morris, James. "Memoirs of a Connecticut Patriot." Edited by Mrs. Washington Choate. Connecticut Magazine, 11 (Autumn 1907), pp. 449-455.

Norton, Ichabod. Orderly Book of Capt. Ichabod Norton of Col. Mott's Regiment of Connecticut Troops Destined for the Northern Campaign in 1776. Edited by Robert O. Bascom. Fort Edward, N.Y.: Keating & Barnard, 1898.

Patterson, D. Williams, editor. "The Troops at Wyoming." Historical Magazine, 1st Ser., 6 (August 1862), pp. 251-252.

Peters, Nathan. The Correspondence of Captain Nathan and Lois Peters, April 25, 1775-February 5, 1777. Edited by William H. Guthman. Hartford: Connecticut Historical Society, 1980.

Pierson, Abraham. "Autobiography of Abraham Pierson." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 15 (July, October 1950), pp. 17-24, 31-32; 16 (January 1951), pp. 6-7.

Richards, Josephine Ellis, editor. Honor Roll of Litchfield County Revolutionary Soldiers. Litchfield: Mary Floyd Tallmadge Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1912.

Richards, Samuel. Diary of Samuel Richards, Captain of Connecticut Line War of the Revolution 1775-1781. Philadelphia: Privately printed, 1909.

-----. "Personal Narrative of an Officer in the Revolutionary War." The United Service, 3d Ser., 4 (September, October 1903), pp. 235-261, 352-376.

Roth, David Morris. Connecticut's War Governor, Jonathan Trumbull. Chester: Pequot Press, 1974.

-----. "Connecticut and the Coming of the Revolution." Connecticut Review, 7 (October 1973), pp. 49-65.

-----. "Connecticut in the Revolutionary War." Connecticut Review, 9 (November 1975), pp. 10-20.

Seymour, George Dudley. Documentary Life of Nathan Hale Comprising All Available Official and Private Documents Bearing on the Life of the Patriot. New Haven: Privately printed, 1941.

Spallone, Jeanne Field. A Watch to Keep. Deep River, Conn.: Deep River Historical Society, 1976.

Squier, Ephraim. "Diary of Ephraim Squier: Sergeant in the Connecticut Line of the Continental Army." Edited by Frank Squier. Magazine of American History, 2 (November 1878), pp. 685-694.

Stevens, John Austin. "Samuel Blachley Webb: Colonel in the Connecticut Line and Brevet Brigadier General in the Continental Army." Magazine of American History, 4 (June 1880), pp. 427-440.

Stone, Thomas. "The Experiences of a Prisoner in the American Revolution." Edited by Hiram Stone. Connecticut Magazine, 12 (Spring 1908), pp. 245-247.

Storrs, Experience. "Connecticut Farmers at Bunker Hill: The Diary of Colonel Experience Storrs." Edited by Wladimir Hagelin and Ralph A. Brown. New England Quarterly, 28 (March 1955), pp. 72-93.

Sumner, William Hyslop. "General William Hull." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 11 (January 1857), pp. 13-16.

Thompson, Marvin G. Connecticut Entrepreneur: Christopher Leffingwell. Hartford: American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Connecticut, 1979.

Trumbull, Benjamin. A complete history of Connecticut, civil and ecclesiastical from the emigration of its first planters from England in MDCXXX, to MDCCCXIII. 2 vols. New Haven: Maltby, Goldsmith and Co., 1919.

Trumbull, J. Hammond, and Charles J. Hoadley, compilers. The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut. 15 vols. Hartford: Various publishers, 1850-1890.

Trumbull, Jonathan. "The Trumbull Papers." Massachusetts Historical Society Collections, 5th Ser., 9-10; 7th Ser., 2-3 (1885-1902).

Tubbs, Charles. The Wyoming Military Establishment: A History of the Twenty-Fourth Regiment of Connecticut Militia. Athens, Pa.: Privately printed, 1903.

Wagner, Frederick. Submarine Fighter of the American Revolution: The Story of David Bushnell. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1963.

Waldo, Albigence. "Dr. Albigence Waldo, Surgeon in the Continental Army." Edited by Amos Perry. Historical Magazine, 1st Ser., 5 (April, June 1861), pp. 104-107, 169-172. [Reprinted as "Valley Force, 1777-1778. Diary of Surgeon Albigence Waldo, of the Connecticut Line" in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 21 (1897), pp. 299-323.]

Waterbury, David, Jr. "Extracts from the original Order Book of Colonel David Waterbury, of Stamford, Connecticut." Magazine of American History, 12 (December 1884), pp. 555-557; 15 (December 1885), pp. 410-411.

Weaver, Glenn. Jonathan Trumbull: Connecticut's Merchant Magistrate (1710-1785). Hartford: Connecticut Historical Society, 1956.

Webb, Samuel Blachley. Correspondence and Journals of Samuel Blachley Webb. Edited by Worthington Chauncey Ford. 3 vols. New York: Privately printed, 1893-1894.

White, David O. Connecticut's Black Soldiers 1775-1783. Chester: Pequot Press, 1973.

Williams, Elisha. "Elisha Williams' Diary of 1776." Edited by W. Hyde Appleton. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 48 (1924), pp. 334-353; 49 (1925), pp. 44-60.

Woodward, Ashbel. "Col. Thomas Knowlton." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 15 (January, October 1861), pp. 1-12, 344-346.

Wyllys, George, et al. "The Wyllys Papers: Correspondence and Documents Chiefly of Descendants of Gov. George Wyllys of Connecticut 1590-1796." Edited by Albert C. Bates. Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, 21 (1924).

Zierdt, William H. Narrative History of the 109th Field Artillery Pennsylvania National Guard 1775-1930. Wilkes-Barre: Wyoming Historical and Genealogical Society, 1932. [24th Regiment]

Nineteenth Century.

[Anonymous]. By-Laws of the New Haven Grays Adopted July, 1856. New Haven: Thomas J. Stafford, 1856.

[Anonymous]. Constitution and By-Laws of the Mansfield Guard, Infantry Co. G 6th Regiment Conn. Militia. Middletown: James N. Phelps, 1851.

Archambault, Alan, and Philip G. Maples. "Connecticut Militia, 1793-1800." Military Collector and Historian, 40 (Fall 1988), pp. 137-139. [Military Uniforms in America Plates 626 and 627]

Burpee, Charles W. "Connecticut's Soldiery." Connecticut Quarterly, 3 (July-September 1897), pp. 254-265. [1897 Connecticut National Guard summer camp at Niantic]

Chase, Ada R. "Two 18th-Century Craftsmen of Norwich." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 25 (July 1960), pp. 84-88. [Norwich Light Infantry]

Fredericksen, John C. "Reynold M. Kirby and His Race to Join the Regiment: A Connecticut Officer in the War of 1812." Connecticut History, 32 (November 1991), pp. 51-82.

Gero, Anthony, and Philip G. Maples. "Some Additional Notes on 'Highland Dress' in the Militia of New York & Connecticut. 1820 to 1830." Military Collector and Historian, 30 (Spring 1978), p. 23. [3d Flank Company, 24th Regiment]

Giddings, Emory B. "Historical Sketch of the Putnam Phalanx." Connecticut Magazine, 6 (Jly-August 1900), pp. 335-347. [1858-1877]

Giddings, Howard. "The Organization, Equipment and Training of a Modern Signal Corps." Journal of the Military Service Institution of the United States, 21 (1897), pp. 500-507. [Connecticut National Guard Signal Corps]

Lewis, Waverly P. "The Milford (Connecticut) Grenadiers." Military Collector and Historian, 11 (Summer 1959), pp. 51-52.

Jacobus, Melancthon W. "The Martial Spirit 1866-1912." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 42 (April 1977), pp. 33-39.

Johnson, Raymond; Anthony Gero; and Philip Maples. "1st Separate Company, Connecticut National Guard, 1899-1910." Military Collector and Historian, 38 (Fall 1986), p. 139. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 595]

Luke, Jerome B. History of the New Haven Grays from Sept. 13, 1816, to Sept. 13, 1876. New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1876.

McBarron, H. Charles, Jr., and Frederick P. Todd. "Light Infantry Company, 2d Connecticut Regiment, 1817-1826." Military Collector and Historian, 4 (December 1952), p. 95. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 62]

Maples, Philip G. "The Dress Regulations for the Connecticut Militia, 1812, A Background Study." Military Collector and Historian, 31 (Summer 1979), pp. 74-77.

-----. "Connecticut Militia Flank Companies, 1824." Military Collector and Historian, 32 (Spring 1980), pp. 19-23.

-----. "Uniform of the 1st Flank Company 8th Regiment C.S.M. 1828." Military Collector and Historian, 32 (Winter 1980), pp. 157-158. [North Stonington]

-----. "Uniform of the 5th Regiment Cavalry Connecticut Militia ca. 1835." Military Collector and Historian, 34 (Winter 1982), pp. 176-177.

-----, and Anthony Gero. "5th Battalion (Colored), Connecticut National Guard, circa 1879." Military Collector and Historian, 36 (Summer 1984), pp. 70-71.

Organization of the Militia of the State of Connecticut ... as far as respects the infantry, cavalry, and artillery. Hartford: Goodwin & Sons, 1816.

Rathbun, Julius G. Trip of the First Regiment C.N.G., to Yorktown, Va., and Charleston, S.C., October 17-28, 1881. Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1882.

Shaler, Ephraim. "The Memoirs of Captain Ephraim Shaler: A Connecticut Yankee in the War of 1812." Edited by John C. Fredricksen. New England Quarterly, 57 ( 1984), pp. 411-420.

Smith, Robert Atwater. "John Smith of Milford, New Haven Colony, 1640; and His Descendants to the Fifth Generation." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 45 (July 1891), pp. 222-228. [Artillery Company, Washington, Ct.]

Thayer, George B. History of Company K First Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, During the Spanish-American War. Hartford: R. S. Peck & Co., 1899.

Thompson, Barry E., and Philip G. Maples. "2nd Regiment, Connecticut National Guard, Company A, The Chatfield Guard, Full Dress Uniform 1871-1885." Military Collector and Historian, 30 (Winter 1978), p. 182. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 475]

----- and -----. "Brigade Signal Corps, 2nd Regiment Section, Connecticut National Guard, 1894-1897." Military Collector and Historian, 35 (Summer 1983), p. 85. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 544]

-----; -----; and Anthony Gero. "5th Battalion (Colored), Connecticut National Guard 1884-1890." Military Collector and Historian, 32 (Fall 1980), p. 121. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 498]

Todd, Frederick P. "Uniforms in Connecticut, 1784-1820." Military Collector and Historian, 25 (Fall 1973), pp. 126-139.

Warren, William Lamson. "Captain Simon Fitch of Lebanon 1758-1835 Portrait Painter." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 26 (October 1961), pp. 97-129. [2d Regiment; 5th Cavalry Regiment]

Weaver, Thomas Snell. "Lieutenant Ward Cheney." Connecticut Magazine, 6 (February 1900), pp. 100-101. [1st Connecticut Volunteer Infantry; Spanish-American War]

Civil War.

Abbott, Henry L. Siege Artillery in the Campaigns Against Richmond, with Notes of the 15-Inch Gun. Washington: N.p., 1867. [1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery]

-----. The First Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Heavy Artillery in the War of the Rebellion: 1861-1865. Hartford: N.p., 1889.

Andrews, E. B. A Private's Reminiscences of the first Year of the War. Providence: N.p., 1886. [1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery]

[Anonymous]. Muster Roll of the Fifth Connecticut Volunteers Who Participated in the Battle Flag Parade, Hartford, September 17, 1879. Hartford: Fowler, Miller and Co., 1879.

[-----]. Proceedings of the Fiftieth Annual Reunion of the Nineteenth Connecticut Infantry and Second Connecticut Heavy Artillery Held at Thomaston, Connecticut, September 11, 1915. N.P.: N.p., 1915.

[-----]. Reunion and Dedication of Monument at Arlington National Cemetery, Wednesday, October 21, 1896. Hartford: Case, Lockwood and Brainard Co., 1897. [2d Connecticut Heavy Artillery]

[-----]. Seventeenth Annual Reunion of the Seventeenth Regiment C.V.I. Held at Fairfield, Conn., August 28, 1883. Bridgeport: The Standard Association, 1884.

Beecher, Herbert W. History of the First Light Battery Connecticut Volunteers, 1861-1865. 2 vols. New York: A. T. De La Mave, 1908.

Bennett, E. B., compiler. First Connecticut Heavy Artillery: Historical Sketch and Present Addresses of Members. East Berlin: Privately printed, 1889.

Blakeslee, B. F. History of the Sixteenth Connecticut Volunteers. Hartford: Case, Lockwood and Brainard Co., 1975.

Bornet, Vaughn D., editor. "A Connecticut Yankee Fights at Olustee: Letters from the Front." Florida Historical Quarterly, 27 (January 1949), pp. 237-259. [7th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry]

-----, editor. "A Connecticut Yankee after Olustee: Letters from the Front." Florida Historical Quarterly, 27 (April 1949), pp. 385-403. [7th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry]

Cadwell, Charles K. The Old Sixth Regiment: Its War Record, 1861-5. New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor, 1875.

Champlin, B. B., compiler. Reunions of Connecticut Regiments for 1896 Including Also Reunion of Twenty-Seventh Regiment for 1895. New haven: typescript, 1896. [In collections of United States Army Military History Institute, Carlisle Barracks, Pa.]

Committee of Regiment. Roster, Muster Roll and Chronological Record of the Twenty-Sixth Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers, and Memoranda of the Association of the Twenty-Sixth Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers. Norwich: Frank Utley, 1887.

Croffut, W. A., and John M. Morris. the Military and Civil History of Connecticut During the War of 1861-1865. New York: Ledyard Bill, 1869.

Gallup, Francis E. "A Connecticut Yankee at Fredericksburg." Edited by Richard Lowitt. Military Affairs, 19 (Winter 1955), pp. 203-204. [21st Connecticut Volunteer Infantry]

Goddard, Henry P. Fourteenth Connecticut Volunteers: Regimental Reminiscences .... Middletown: C. W. Church, 1877.

Hill, Hamlin. "James M. Bailey's Civil War Humor." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 27 (January 1962), pp. 22-27. [17th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry]

Lee, Charles G. "The Diary of Charles G. Lee in the Andersonville and Florence Prison Camps, 1864." Edited by Paul C. Helmreich. Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 41 (January 1976), pp. 12-28. [Company B, 16th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry]

Lynch, Charles H. The Civil War Diary of ... Eighteenth Connecticut Volunteers 1862-1865. Hartford: Case, Lockwood and Brainard Co., 1915.

McManus, Thomas. Twenty-Fifth Regiment Battlefields Revisited, February 1896. Hartford: Clark and Smith, 1896.

McNamar, J. F. Official Souvenir and Program of Monument First Connecticut Heavy Artillery and Dedicatory Exercise, Held on State Capital Grounds, Hartford, Conn., September 25, 1902. Hartford: N.p., 1903.

Marvin, Edwin E. The Fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers. Hartford: Wiley, Waterman and Eaton, 1889.

Members of the Regiment. The Story of the Twenty-First Regiment, Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, During the Civil War, 1861-1865. Middletown: Steward Printing Co., 1900.

Murray, Thomas Hamilton. History of the Ninth Regiment, Connecticut Volunteer Infantry. "The Irish Regiment," in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865. New Haven: Price, Lee and Adkins Co., 1903.

Nicholson, John Allan. "New England Idealism in the Civil War: the Military Career of Joseph Roswell Hawley." Ph.D. Dissertation, Claremont University, 1970.

Niven, John. Connecticut for the Union: The Role of the State in the Civil War. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1965.

Page, Charles D. History of the Fourteenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry. Meriden: Horton Publishing Co., 1906.

Powell, Walter L. "'Heaven Alone Can Soothe Hearts': A New Haven Family's Search for its Missing Son, Major Edward F. Blake." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 48 (Spring 1983), pp. 52-71. [5th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry]

Ray, C. Ben, compiler. The Old Battle Flags. [Containing a brief historical sketch of each Connecticut Regiment]. N.P.: N.p., 1879.

Sheldon, Winthrop D. The "Twenty-Seventh" A Regimental History. New Haven: Morris and Benham, 1866.

Sherman, Andrew M. In the Lowlands of Louisiana in 1863; An Address of ... at the Forty-Second Reunion ... Twenty-Third Connecticut ... Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1908. Morristown, N.J.: Howard Publishing Co., 1908.

Sprague, Homer B. History of the Thirteenth Infantry Regiment of Connecticut Volunteers, During the Great Rebellion. Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Co., 1867.

Stevens, H. S. Souvenir of Excursion to Battlefields by the Society of the Fourteenth Connecticut Regiment and Reunion at Antietam, September, 1891; With History and Reminiscences of Battle and Campaigns of the Regiment on the Fields Revisited. Washington: Gibson Brothers, 1873.

-----, and J. W. Knowlton. Address at Dedication of Monument of Fourteenth Connecticut Volunteers, Gettysburg, July 3, 1884 ... And Account of Trip to Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1884. Middletown: Pelton and King, 1884.

Storrs, John W. The "Twentieth Connecticut" A Regimental History. Ansonia: Press of the Naugatuck Valley Sentinel, 1886.

Taylor, John E. History of the First Connecticut Artillery and of the Siege Trains of the Armies Operating Against Richmond. Hartford: Case, Lockwood and Brainard Co., 1893.

Thorpe, Sheldon B. The History of the Fifteenth Connecticut Volunteers in the War for the Defense of the Union 1861-1865. New Haven: N.p., 1893.

Tortellotte, Jerome. A History of Company K, of the Seventh Connecticut Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War, Compiled by a Member who was Second in Rank in the Company When the Regiment Left the State for the Front and Second in Rank in the Regiment when it Returned to the State for Final Discharge. N.P.: N.p., 1910.

Trumbull, H. Clay. Desirableness of Active Service: (A Sermon Preached to the Tenth Connecticut Regiment, at St. Augustine, Florida, on Sabbath, April 10, 1864). Hartford: Case, Lockwood, 1864.

-----. A Good Record (Sermon Preached Before Petersburg, Va., on Sabbath, September 25, 1864 to the Tenth Connecticut Regiment...). Hartford: Case, Lockwood, 1864.

Vaill, Dudley Landon. The County Regiment: A Sketch of the Second Regiment of Connecticut Volunteer Heavy Artillery, Originally the Nineteenth Volunteer Infantry in the civil War. Litchfield County, Ct.: University Club, 1908.

Vaill, Theodore F. A HIstory of the Second Connecticut Volunteer Heavy Artillery, Originally the Nineteenth Connecticut Vols. Winsted: Winsted Printing Co., 1868.

Walker, Edward A. Our First Year of Army Life. (An Anniversary address delivered to the 1st Regt. Conn. Vol. Heavy Art. at their camp near Gaines Mills, Va.). June, 1862. New Haven Thomas J. Stafford, 1862.

Walker, William C. History of the Eighteenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers in the War for the Union. Norwich: Gordon Wilcox, 1885.

Walkey, Stephen, compiler. History of the Seventh Connecticut Volunteer of Infantry, Hawley's Brigade, Terry's Division, Tenth Army Corps 1861-1865. N.P.: N.p., 1905.

Waters, Elizier W. A Journal of Incidents Connected with the Travels of the Twenty-Second Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, for Nine Months in Verse. hartford: Williams, Wiley and Waterman, 1863.

Weld, Stanley B. "A Connecticut Surgeon in the Civil War: The Reminiscences of Dr. Nathan Mayer." Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 19 (July 1964), pp. 272-286. [16th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry]

Twentieth Century.

Information Office, 43d Infantry Division. A Guide to the 43rd Infantry Division. Augsburg: Hieronymous Muehlberger, 1953.

Tarrant, Albert E., and Donald H. Gilbert. 963rd Field Artillery Battalion. Darien: Darien Review Corp., 1953.

[43d Infantry Division]. 43rd Infantry Division, Pictorial Review of Training. Atlanta: Albert Love Enterprises, 1952.

[118th Medical Battalion]. Poor Joe's Almanac, a guide, 118th medical battalion, APO 112, U.S. Army, Warner Kaserne. Munich: N.p., 1953.

[-----]. 118th Medical Battalion, Headquarters, Geoffe Street Armory, New Haven, Connecticut. New Haven: N.p., 1970.

[238th Antiaircraft Artillery Gun Battalion]. 238th AAA Gun Battalion, Camp Stewart, Georgia, 1951. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Publishing Co., 1951.

[242d Antiaircraft Artillery Group]. 242d Antiaircraft Artillery Group. London: Montgomery Publishing Co., 1953.

[745th Antiaircraft Artillery Gun Battalion]. 745th AAA Gun Battalion, Camp Stewart, Georgia, 1951. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Publishing Co., 1951.

World War I.

American Battle Monuments Commission. 26th Division, Summary of Operations in the World War. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1944.

[Anonymous]. The Heroic 26th YD; Its Deeds and Valor Over There. Boston: Bell Publishing Co., c. 1919.

[-----]. Welcome Home ... The 26th Division. Boston: Everett Press, 1919.

Avitt, Spalding West. Regimental Battery Book, Tenth Field Artillery, National Guard, Connecticut. New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1916 (?).

Bonwell, Harry A. History of the Yankee Division. Boston: Vornhill Co., 1919. [26th Division]

Breen, William J. "Mobilization and Cooperative Federalism: The Connecticut State Council of Defense, 1917-1919." Historian, 42 (November 1979), pp. 58-84.

Colby, Elbridge. "Night March of the 26th division into the dark confusions of the St. Mihiel salient." Infantry Journal, 47 (1940), pp. 462-474.

Ford, Bert. The Fighting Yankees Overseas. Boston: N. E. McPhail, 1919. [26th Division]

George, Albert E., and Edwin H. Cooper. Pictorial History of the Twenty-Sixth Division, United States Army. Boston: Ball Publishing Co., 1920.

Herzog, Stanley J. The Fightin' Yanks, a Book of Plain Facts Written with the Intention of Perpetuating the Deeds of the Boys of the Local Battery. Stamford: Cunningham Printing Co., 1923. [103d Field Artillery]

-----. Helmets: Second Battle of the Marne. Stamford: Bell Press, 1930. [103d Field Artillery]

Hills, Ratcliffe Mellen. The war history of the 102d regiment United States Infantry. Hartford: The Regimental Machine Gunners, 1924.

Kernan, W. F., and Henry T. Samson. History of the 103rd Field Artillery (Twenty-Sixth Division, A.E.F.), World War, 1917-1919. Providence: Remington Printing Co., 1920.

Kirk, Frank H. History of Battery "D," 56th Artillery, Coast Artillery Corps. N.P.: N.p., 1919.

Maher, Augustus F. When Connecticut stopped the Hun, battle of Seichprey, April 20-21, 1918, from the official story as told by Gen. Clarence Edwards, commander of the 26th (Yankee) division. New Haven: S. Z. Field, 1919.

Markle, Clifford Milton. Yankee Prisoner in Hunland. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1920. [102d Infantry]

Mason, Monroe, and Arthur Furr. The American Negro Soldier with the Red Hand of France. Boston: The Cornhill Co., c. 1920. [372d Infantry]

Neeld, Lawrence Bradford. "A Connecticut Soldier in World War I." Edited by Edward Hake Phillips. Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 52 (Winter 1987), pp. 5-14. [Company C, 102d Machine Gun Battalion]

Sibley, Frank Palmer. With the Yankee Division in France. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1919. [26th Division]

Strickland, Daniel W. Connecticut Fights, The Story of the 102nd Regiment. New Haven: Quinnipiack Press, 1930. [102d Infantry]

Taylor, Emerson Gifford. New England in France, 1917-1919, a History of the Twenty-Sixth Division, USA. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1920.

Wainwright, Philip S., editor. History of the 101st Machine Gun Battalion. Hartford: 101st Machine Gun Battalion Association, 1922.

Yankee Veterans Association. History of 26th Yankee Division, 1917-1919, 1941-1945. Salem: Deschamps, 1955.

World War II.

[Anonymous]. 191st Tank Bn. Germany: 667th Engineer Topographic Co., 1945.

[-----]. 745th antiaircraft artillery gun battalion. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1944.

[-----]. "Activities of the 32d Antiaircraft Artillery Brigade." Coast Artillery Journal, 90 (January 1947), pp. 2-10. [211th Antiaircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons Battalion]

[-----]. Historical and Pictorial Review, National Guard, Naval Militia and Governor's Guard of the State of Connecticut. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Publishing Co., 1939.

[-----]. Historical and Pictorial Review, 43rd Infantry Division, Camp Shelby, Mississippi, 1942. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Publishing Co., 1942.

[-----]. Historical and Pictorial Review 43rd Infantry Division. 169th Infantry, Camp Shelby, 1942. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Publishing Co., [1942].

[-----]. History of the 43d Infantry Division Artillery. By Unit Members. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Publishing Co., 1947.

[-----]. Winged Victory, The Story of the 43rd Infantry Division. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Publishing Co., 1946.

Barker, Harold R. History of the 43rd Division Artillery, World War II, 1941-1945. Providence: John F. Greene, 1961.

Blumenson, Martin. Salerno to Cassino. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1969. [191st Tank Battalion]

Clyma, Carleton B., editor. Connecticut Men, 43rd Winged Victory-Division, October 1945. Hartford: N.p., 1945.

Cole, Hugh M. The Ardennes: Battle of the Bulge. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1964. [643d Tank Destroyer Battalion]

Culp, George A., editor. The 119th Field Artillery Group. World War II European Theater of Operations. Offenbach: Illert and Ewald, [1945]. [963d Field Artillery Battalion]

Historical Section, War Department. Anzio Beachhead. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1947. [191st Tank Battalion]

-----. From the Volturno to the Winter Line. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1943. [191st Tank Battalion]

-----. Salerno: American Operations from the Beaches to the Volturno. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1944. [191st Tank Battalion]

[Holden, Benedict M., Jr.] History of Headquarters 14th Antiaircraft Command. N.P.: N.p., n.d. [208th Antiaircraft Artillery Group; 211th Antiaircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons Battalion; 238th Antiaircraft Artillery Searchlight Battalion; and 745th Antiaircraft Artillery Gun Battalion]

Krueger, Walter. From Down Under to Nippon: The Story of Sixth Army in World War II. Washington: Combat Forces Press, 1953. [43d Infantry Division]

McDonald, Charles B. The Last Offensive. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1973. [643d Tank Destroyer Battalion]

Mayo, Lida. The Ordnance Department: On Beachhead and Battlefront. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1968. [43d Infantry Division and 743d Ordnance Company]

Miller, John, Jr. Cartwheel: The Reduction of Rabaul. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1959. [43d Infantry Division; 169th Infantry; 192d Field Artillery Battalion; and 211th Antiaircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons Battalion]

-----. Guadalcanal: The First Offensive. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1949. [43d Infantry Division]

Smith, Robert Ross. The Approach to the Philippines. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1953. [43d Infantry Division; 169th Infantry; and 208th Antiaircraft Artillery Group]

-----. Triumph in the Philippines. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1963. [43d Infantry Division; 169th Infantry; and 192d Field Artillery Battalion]

Starr, Chester G., editor. Salerno to the Alps--A History of the Fifth Army, 1943-1945. Washington: Infantry Journal Press, 1948. [191st Tank Battalion]

Stauffer, Alvin P. The Quartermaster Corps: Operations in the War Against Japan. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1956. [43d Infantry Division]

Tischbein, Carl F. "Activities of the 14th antiaircraft command." Coast Artillery Journal, 89 (September-October 1946), pp. 2-7.

Zimmer, Joseph E. the History of the 43rd Infantry Division, 1941-1945. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Publishing Co., 1946.

Yankee Veterans Association. History of 26th Yankee Division, 1917-1919, 1941-1945. Salem: Deschamps, 1955.

Official Documents.

Connecticut. Adjutant General's Office. Adjutant General's Report, May Session, 1848. New Haven: Babcock & Wildman, 1848. [House Document No. 3]

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant General, of the State of Connecticut [1849]. Hartford: Currant Office Press, 1849.

-----. -----. [Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Connecticut for 1850]. N.P.: N.p., [1850].

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant General to the General Assembly, May Session, 1852. New Haven: Osborne and Baldwin, 1852.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant General, to the General Assembly, May Session, 1853. Hartford: Alfred E. Burr, 1853.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Connecticut for the Year 1854. Hartford: Thomas M. Day, 1855.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Connecticut, for the Year 1856 [1855]. New Haven: Congdon & Hotchkiss, 1856.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Connecticut, for the Year 1856. Hartford: Hawley & Tharkston, 1857.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Connecticut, for the Year 1857. Hartford: Hawley & Tharkston, 1858.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Connecticut, for the Year 1858. New Haven: Babcock & Sizer, 1859.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Connecticut, for the Year 1859. Hartford: Day and Clark, 1860.

-----. -----. Communication From the Adjutant General, with the Reports of the Brigade Inspectors of the 1st and 2nd Brigades, for the Year 1858. Hartford: Day & Clark, 1859.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Connecticut, for the Year 1860. New Haven: Carrington & Hotchkiss, 1861.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Connecticut, for the Year 1861. Hartford: J. R. Hawley & Co., 1862.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Connecticut, for the Year Ending March 31st, 1863. New Haven: Babcock & Sizer, 1863.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Connecticut, for the Year Ending March 31st, 1864. Hartford: J. M. Schofield & Co., 1864.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Connecticut, for the Year Ending March 31st, 1866. Hartford: A. N. Clark & Co., 1866.

-----. -----. Organization of the Militia of the State of Connecticut General Orders [1816-1820]. {Ebenezer Huntington's reorganization of the militia; copy in Library of Congress.}

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant General to the Governor For the Two Years ended June 30, 1932. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1932. [Appendix contains reprints of "Reports of the Adjutant General, 1813-1853."]

-----. -----. Report of the Military Commission on the Condition of the State Militia, &c. to the General Assembly, May Session 1868. New Haven: Thomas J. Stafford, 1868.

-----. General Assembly. Report of the Joint Standing Committee on the Militia. May, 1835. Hartford: John Russell, 1835.

Hinman, Royal Ralph, compiler. Public Statute Laws of the State of Connecticut.

Manuscripts.

Connecticut Historical Society. (Hartford).

Hurlbut, George S., compiler. Company Scrapbook, Company K (Hartford), 1st Connecticut, 1888-1897.

Connecticut State Library. (Hartford).

Militia Papers. [3 Series]

Record Group 13. Collections of the Military Department.

Militia and Connecticut National Guard, 1792-1914.

Unbound Manuscripts.

Connecticut Militia.

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