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Allen, Hollis. The Lost Battalion. Jacksboro: Herald Publishing Co., 1949.

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

Anonymous. Historical and Pictorial Review, National Guard of the State of Texas. Baton Rouge: Army and Navy Publishing Co., 1940.

Archambault, Alan, and Richard Ugino. "Company G (Airborne Ranger), 143rd Infantry, Texas Army National Guard, (The Houston Light Guard), 1980-1986." Military Collector and Historian, 38 (Fall 1986), p. 141. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 596]

Brockman, John M. "Railroads, Radicals, and the Militia Bill: A New Interpretation of the Quorum-Breaking Incident of 1870." Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 83 (October 1979), pp. 105-122.

Broune, P. N. "Captain T. D. Nettles and the Valverde Battery." Texana, 2.

Chastaine, Ben Franklin. Story of the Thirty-sixth, The Experiences of the 36th Division in the World War. Oklahoma City: Barlow Publishing Co., 1920.

Conner, Seymour V. "A Preliminary Guide to the Archives of Texas." Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 59 (January 1956), pp. 255-334.

Day, James M., et al. Soldiers of Texas. Hillsboro: Hill Junior College Press, .

Drummond, Garrett B. "The 121st Wagon Company Prepared for Immediate Action." Quartermaster Review, 6 (September-October 1926), pp. 38-39.

Fillmore, Clyde. Prisoners of War. Wichita Falls: Nortex Offset Publications, 1973. [2d Battalion, 131st Field Artillery; World War II]

Gebhard, Gordon W. "2nd Texas Mounted Rifles at Fort Lancaster." Periodical, (May 1984), pp. 32-42.

Gordon, Earnest. Through the Valley of the Kwai. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1962. [2d Battalion, 131st Field Artillery; World War II]

Green, Michael Robert. "Houston Light Guard, 1873-1898." Military History of Texas and the Southwest, 14 (1978), pp. 93-98.

Huff, Richard A., editor. The Fighting 36th. Austin: 36th Division Association, 1945.

Jones, Tom, and John R. Elting. "Texas Rangers, 1823." Military Collector and Historian, 29 (Winter 1977), p. 177. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 457]

Krenek, Harry L. "A History of the Texas National Guard between World War I and World War II." Ph.D. Dissertation, Texas Tech University, 1979.

McBarron, H. Charles, Jr., and John R. Elting. "Colonel Hays' Regiment of Texas Mounted Volunteers, 1847-1848." Military Collector and Historian, 22 (Fall 1970), p. 91. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 343]

Marcello, Ronald E. "Lone Star POWs: Texas National Guardsmen and the Building of the Burma-Thailand Railroad, 1942-1944." Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 95 (January 1992), pp. 293322. [2d Battalion, 131st Field Artillery]

Milner, Elmer R. "An Agonizing Evolution: A History of the Texas National Guard, 1900-1945." Ph.D. Dissertation, North Texas State University, 1979.

-----. "The Lost Battalion: Second Battalion, 131st Field Artillery, 1940-1945." Master's Thesis, North Texas State University, 1975.

Olson, Bruce A. "The Houston Light Guards: Elite Cohesion and Social Order in the New South, 1873-1940." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Houston, 1989.

-----. "The Houston Light Guards: A Study of Houston's Post-Reconstruction Militia and its Membership." Houston Review, 7 (1985), pp. 111-142.

Peek, Clifford H., editor. Five Years, Five Countries, Five Campaigns. Munich: 141st Infantry Regiment Association, 1945.

Purcell, Allan R. "The History of the Texas Militia, 1835-1903." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Texas at Austin, 1981.

Sevareid, Eric. "On the Standards of the 36th Proudly Inscribe Velletri." American Legion Magazine, 23 (1944), pp. 22-26.

Singletary, Otis A. "The Texas Militia during Reconstruction." Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 60 (July 1956), pp. 23-35.

Skaggs, Jimmy M. "Lieutenant General John A. Hulen: Portrait of a Citizen Soldier." Military History of Texas and the Southwest, 8 (1970), pp. .

Smith, E. D. The Battles for Cassino. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1975. [36th Infantry Division]

Spurlin, Charles. "Camp Life of the Texas Volunteer in the Mexican War." Texana, 3 (1974), pp. 248-263.

-----. "Camp Life of Texas Volunteers in the Mexican War." Military History of Texas and the Southwest, 15 (1980), pp. 37-44.

-----. "Mobilization of the Texas Militia for the Mexican War." Military History of Texas and the Southwest, 15 (1980), pp. 25-44.

-----. "Texas Volunteers in the Monterrey Campaign." Military History of Texas and the Southwest, 16 (1980; 1981), pp. 5-22, 137-142.

Steffen, Randy. "Texas Rangers, 1839." Military Collector and Historian, 10 (Fall 1958), p. 79. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 150]

-----. "Hays' Regiment, Texas Mounted Volunteers (Texas Rangers), 1847-1848." Military Collector and Historian, 11 (Winter 1959), p. 112. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 167]

-----. "Texas Rangers, 1884." Military Collector and Historian, 12 (Spring 1960), pp. 13-14. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 169]

Tips, Walter. "Vignette: September 1918: Texas Trucks in the Rainbow." Military History of Texas and the Southwest, 12 (), pp. 8-13. [117th Supply Train, 42d Division]

-----. "Voyage by Sea: October-November 1917." Military History of Texas and the Southwest, 12 (), pp. 214-223. [117th Supply Train, 42d Division]

Walker, Fred G. Texas to Rome. Dallas: Taylor Publishing Co., 1969.

White, Lonnie. Panthers to Arrowheads: The 36th (Texas-Oklahoma) Division in World War I. Austin: Presidial Press, 1984.

-----. "Major General Edwin St. John Greble." Military History of Texas and the Southwest, 14 (1978), pp. 7-20. [36th Division; World War I]

-----. "Indian Soldiers of the 36th Division." Military History of Texas and the Southwest, 15 (1979), pp. 7-20. [World War I]

-----. "Chief of the Arrowheads: Major General William R. Smith and the 36th Division in France, 1918-1919." Military History of Texas and the Southwest, 16 (1982), pp. 149-176.

-----. "Forming the 36th Division in World War I." Military History of Texas and the Southwest, 17 (1982), pp. 1-53.

-----. "Training the 36th Division in World War I." Military History of Texas and the Southwest, 17 (1982), pp. 55-122.


Affleck, Dunbar. "With Terry's Texas Rangers: the Letters of Dunbar Affleck." Edited by Robert W. Williams, Jr., et al. Civil War History, (September 1963), pp. . [8th Texas Cavalry]

Allen, George W. "Civil War Letters of George W. Allen." Edited by Charleen Plumly Pollard. Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 83 (July 1979), pp. 47-52. [Dixie Blues; Company A, 10th Texas Infantry; Company B, 35th Texas Cavalry]

Anderson, John Q., editor. Campaigning with Parson's Cavalry Brigade, C.S.A. The War Journal and Letters of the Four Orr Brothers, 12th Texas Cavalry Regiment. Hillsboro: Hill Junior College, 1967.

Bailey, Georgianne. "Between the Enemy and Texas: Parsons's Texas Cavalry in the Civil War." Ph.D. Dissertation, Texas Christian University, 1987.

Bailey, W. "The Star Company of Ector's Texas Brigade." Confederate Veteran, 22 (September 1914), pp. 404-405.

Barr, Alwyn. Polignac's Texas Brigade. Houston: Texas Gulf Coast Historical Association, 1964.

Barron, Samuel B. The Lone Star Defenders: A Chronicle of the Third Texas Cavalry, Ross' Brigade. New York: Neale Publishing, 1908.

[Blessington, Joseph P.] The Campaigns of Walter's Texas Division. New York: Lang, Little and Co., 1875.

Boethel, Paul C. The Big Guns of Fayette, Texas. Austin: Von Boeckmann Jones, 1965. [Welhausen's Battery]

Copeland, Peter F., and Lee A. Wallace, Jr. "Fourth Texas Volunteer Infantry Regiment, 1861." Military Collector and Historian, 16 (Winter 1964), pp. 116-117. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 252]

Crosby, David F. "1st Texas Heavy Artillery Heroes at Sabine Pass, Texas." Artilleryman, 15 (Fall 1994), pp. 14-18. [Civil War]

Davis, Nicholas A. The Campaign From Texas to Maryland. Richmond: 1863. [Hood's Brigade]

Davis, Nicholas A. Chaplain Davis and Hood's Texas Brigade. San Antonio: Principia Press for Trinity University, 1962.

Debray, Xavier Blanchard. A Sketch of the History of Debray's (Twenty-Sixth) Regiment of Texas Cavalry. Austin: Eugene von Boeckmann, 1884.

D'Hamel, Enrique B. The Adventures of a Tenderfoot. Waco: W. M. Morrison, 1965. [2d Texas Cavalry]

Duanne, Carl L. The Dead Men Wore Boots; An Account of the Thirty-Second Texas Volunteer Cavalry, C.S.A., 1862-1865. Austin: San Felipe Press, 1966.

Dyer, John Percy. The Gallant Hood. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1950.

Ellis, Volney. "'An Experience in Soldier's Life': The Civil War Letters of Volney Ellis, Adjutant Twelfth Texas Infantry Walker's Texas Division, C.S.A." Edited by Thomas W. Cutrer. Military History of the Southwest, 22 (Fall 1992), pp. 109-172.

Farber, James. Texas, C.S.A. New York: Jackson Co., 1947.

Femly, Bradford K.; and John C. Grady. Suffering to Silence; Twenty-Ninth Texas Cavalry, C.S.A., Regimental History. Quanch, Tex.: Nortex, 1975.

Fitzhugh, Lester N. Texas Batteries, Battalions, Regiments, Commanders and Field Officers Confederate States Army 1861-1865. Midlothian, Tex.: Mirror Press, 1959.

Foster, Samuel T. One of Cleburne's Command: The Civil War Reminiscences and Diary of Capt. Samuel T. Foster, Granbury's Texas Brigade, CSA . Edited by Norman D. Brown. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1980. [Granbury's Brigade]

Frazier, Donald S. "Texas on the Teche: The Texas Brigade at the Battles of Bisland and Irish Bend, April 12-14, 1863." Louisiana History, 32 (Fall 1991), pp. 417-435.

Gallaway, B. P. The Ragged Rebel: A Common Soldier in W. H. Parsons' Texas Cavalry, 1861-1865. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1988.

Giles, Leonidas B. Terry's Texas Rangers. Austin: Von Boeckmann-Jones, 1911. [8th Texas Cavalry]

Good, John J. Cannon Smoke: The Letters of Captain John J. Good, Good-Douglas Texas Battery CSA. Edited by Lester Newton Fitzhugh. Hillsboro: Hill Junior College Press, .

Griscom, George L. Fighting With Ross' Texas Cavalry Brigade, C.S.A. .... Edited by Homer Kerr. Hillsboro: Hill Junior College Press, 1976.

Hale, Douglas. "Rehearsal for Civil War: The Texas Cavalry in the Indian Territory, 1861." Chronicles of Oklahoma, 68 (Fall 1990), pp. 228-265.

-----. "The Third Texas Cavalry: A Socioeconomic Profile of a Confederate Regiment." Military History of the Southwest, 19 (Spring 1989), pp. 1-26.

Hamilton, D. H. History of Company M, First Texas Volunteer Infantry .... Waco: W. M. Morrison, 1962.

Henderson, Harry M. Texas in the Confederacy. San Antonio: Naylor Co., 1955.

Hood, John Bell. Advance and Retreat; Personal Experiences in the United States and Confederate States Armies. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1959. [First published 1880]

Johansson, M. Jane Harris. "Peculiar Honor: A History of the 28th Texas Cavalry (Dismounted), Walker's Texas Division, 1862-1865." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of North Texas, 1993.

Johnson, Sidney S. Texans Who Wore the Gray. Tyler, Tex.: N.p., 1907.

Lartner, Harry. "Terry's Texas Rangers (8th Texas Cavalry) C.S.A., 1864." Military Collector and Historian, 6 (March 1954), pp. 15-16. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 83]

Moore, James O. "The Men of the Bayou City Guards (Company A, Fifth Texas Infantry, Hood's Brigade)." Lincoln Herald, 92 (Summer 1990), pp. 45-54.

Nunn, W. C., editor. Ten Texans in Gray. Hillsboro: Hill Junior College Press, 1968.

O'Connor, Richard. Hood, Cavalier General. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1949.

Polk, J. M. The North and South American Review. Ann Arbor: Univeristy Microfilms, 1974. [4th Texas Infantry]

Polley, Joseph B. Hood's Texas Brigade: Its Marches, Its Battles, Its Achievements. New York: Neale Publishing, 1910.

Rabb, John Wesley. "'We Are Stern and Resolved': The Civil War Letters of John Wesley Rabb, Terry's Texas Rangers." Edited by Thomas W. Cutrer. Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 91 (October 1987), pp. 185-226.

Rabb, Virgil Sullivan. "'Bully for Fournoy's Regiment, we are some punkins, you'll bet.' The Civil War Letters of Virgil Sullivan Rabb, Captain, Company 'I' Sixteenth Texas Infantry, C.S.A." Edited by Thomas W. Cutrer. Military History of Texas and the Southwest, 19 (Fall 1989), pp. 161-190.

Rose, Victor M. Ross' Texas Brigade. Louisville: Courier-Journal, 1881.

Simpson, Harold B. Foraging With Hood's Brigade From Texas to Pennsylvania. N.P.: N.p., 1963 (?).

-----. Gaines' Mills to Appomattox; Waco & McLennan County in Hood's Texas Brigade. Waco: Texian Press, 1963.

-----. The Marshall Guards; Harrison County's Contribution to Hood's Texas Brigade. Marshall: Port Caddo Press, 1967. [1st Texas Infantry]

-----. Hood's Texas Brigade: Lee's Grenadier Guard. Waco: Texian Press, 1970.

-----. Hood's Texas Brigade in Reunion and Memory. Hillsboro: Hill Junior College Press, 1974.

-----. Hood's Texas Brigade: A Compendium. Hillsboro: Hill Junior College Press, 1977.

Smith, Ralph J. Reminiscences of the Civil War. San Marcoes (?): N.p., 1911. [2d Texas Infantry]

Spurlin, Charles, editor. West of the Mississippi with Waller's 13th Texas Cavalry Battalion, C.S.A. Hillsboro: Hill Junior College Press, 1971.

Thompson, Jerry D. Colonel John Robert Baylor: Texas Indian Fighter and Confederate Soldier. Hillsboro: Hill Junior College Press, 1971.

Todd, George T. First Texas Regiment. Waco: Texian Press, 1963.

Weddle, Robert S. Plow-Horse Cavalry; The Cane Creek Boys of the Thirty-Fourth Texas. Austin: Madronna Press, 1974.

West, John Camden. A Texan in Search of a Fight. Being the Diary and Letters of a Private Soldier in Hood's Texas Brigade. Waco: S. J. Hill, 1901. [4th Texas Infantry]

Winkler, Agelina Virginia (Walton). The Confederate Capital and Hood's Texas Brigade. Austin: E. Von Boeckmann, 1894.

Winsor, Bill. Texas in the Confederacy: Military Installations, Economy and People. Hillsboro: Hill Junior College Press, .

Wood, W. D. Officers and Men Raised in Leon County, Texas for Confederate Service. Waco: W. M. Morrison, 1963.

Wooster, Ralph A. "With the Confederate Cavalry in the West: The Civil War Experiences of Isaac Dunbar Affleck." Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 83 (July 1979), pp. 1-28. [Company B, 8th Texas Cavalry]

-----, and Robert Wooster. "'Rarin' for a Fight': Texans in the Confederate Army." Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 84 (April 1981), pp. .

Wright, Marcus J., compiler. Texas in the War, 1861-1865. Edited by Harold B. Simpson. Hillsboro: Hill Junior College Press, 1965.

Official Documents.

AG Reports:

Davidson, James. 1871

Steele, William. 1874

Jones, John B. 1880

King, William H. 1882, 1886

Mabry, William H. 1894, 1896

Scurry, Thomas. 1902

Newton, James O. 1907-1908, 1909-1910

Hutchings, Henry. 1911-1912

Cope, William D. 1919-1920

Barton, Thomas D. 1921, 1922, 1924

McGee, Mark. 1925

Matthews, Dallas J. 1926

Robertson, Robert L. 1927, 1928, 1929

Sterling, W. W. 1931, 1932

Hutchings, Henry. 1933

Nesbitt, Carl E. 1935


Adjutant General's Office. (Camp Mabry, Austin).

Retired Records Section. Files.

North Texas State University.

Oral History Collection. [World War II veterans]

Texas State University. (Austin).

36th Infantry Division. Records and Reports. [microfilm copies]

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