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WEB SITES:

http://www.uttyl.edu/vbetts. An excellent source with a wide variety of newspaper reports on many aspects of the Civil War in many states.

http://docsouth.unc.edu. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Libraries, Documenting the American South, Academic Affairs Library, Electronic editions.

Kate Carney Diary April 15, 1861—July 31, 1862. Electronic Edition.

Kimberly Family. Personal Correspondence, 1862—1864: Electronic Edition. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Libraries, Documenting the American South Academic Affairs Library,

John M. Copley, A Sketch of the Battle of Franklin, Tenn.: With Reminiscences of Camp Douglas. (Austin, Tex.: Eugene von Boeckmann, 1893. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Libraries, Documenting the American South Academic Affairs Library,

Lenoir Family Papers. Personal Correspondence, 1861—1865

Diary of Belle Edmondson: January — November, 1864 (Transcript of the manuscript) Electronic Edition.

http://www.bitsofblueandgray.com. Bits of Blue and Grey: An American Civil War Notebook

http://monumentsoftware.com/GMBarber

G. M. Barber Correspondence.

http://freepages.geneaology.rootsweb.com.

http://www.franklin—stbf.org. James A. McCord Correspondence

Willis Hansford Correspondence.

John Ward Correspondence.

Peter L. Critz Correspondence.

http://politicalgraveyard.com.

http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts.

http://www.indianainthecivilwar.com/letters.htm: Letter of William Richardson

William F. Sanderson, Jr, The Civil War Letters of Colonel William Lawrence Sanderson, (np: 1997)

Letters of Thomas A. Cobb, with permission from Judy Phillips.

John C. Seibert Correspondence.

http://www.civilwarhome.com. Absolom A. Harrison Correspondence.

http://home.att.net. Feagle Correspondence.

http://gwillritter.tripod.com. Ritter Correspondence.

http://www.as.wvu.edu/~jel/skywatch/swfttle.html

http://valley.vcdh.virginia.edu. Staunton Spectator

http://cwrc.org/Index.html. Motlow State Community College/Civil War Research Center

http://www.SouthernHistory.net. A good site for Civil War history, emphasizing but not limited to Tennessee Civil War history.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mruddy/letters.htm. Henry Albert Potter Correspondence.

http://www.hal—pc.org/~jsb/page15.html. Alexander Slagg Correspondence, ed. by Jon S. Berndt.

http://www.geocities.com/bsdunagan/letters.htm. Letters of Captain Peter Marchant, 47th Tennessee Infantry

http://www.jimlyons.com.

http://monumentsoftware.com/album/GM_1.htm. G. M. Barber Correspondence.

http://www.ehistory.com/uscw/library/letters/index.cfm. The William Hackworth Collection.

The James M. Randall Diary.

Robert Cruikshank Letters

http://spec.lib.vt.edu/cwlove/ruse.html; Civil War Love Letters.

http://netnow.micron.net/~rbparker/diary: Raymond R. Parker, ed. and comp. Civil War Diary and Letters of David Humphrey Blair.

http://dcwi.com/~dave/underwood1.html. Albert Underwood Correspondence and Diary.

http://www.bgsu.edu. Center for Archival Collections, Miller Family Papers

http://www.nara.gov.Trevor K. Plante, The Shady Side of the Family Tree.

http://www.nara.gov/publications/prologue/crtmar.html. File MM1367, entry 15, Court—Martial Case Files, RG 153

http://www.hardinhistory.com. William R. Morris, “The Tennessee River Voyages of U. S. S. Peosta,” in Timberclads to Turtlebacks: A Glossary of Civil War Ship Types (np: Butternut Bivouac, nd.)

http://dcwi.com/~dave/underwood8.html. Diary of Albert Underwood.

http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu. Alice Williamson Journal

Sarah E. Thompson papers

http://members.aol.com/jweaver303/tn/tncwhp.htm. Tennessee Civil War Home Page

http://sunsite.utk.edu/civil—war/warweb.html. The American Civil War Home Page

http://www.tngenweb.org/civilwar/. Tennessee and the Civil War

http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Lair/3680/cw/cw—tn.html. Civil War Rosters

http://histpres.mtsu.edu/tncivwar/. Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area

http://my.dmci.net/~bmacd/default.htm. Civil War Memories

http://www.midtenrelics.com/. Middle Tennessee Civil War Relics

http://www.history—sites.com/mb/cw/tncwmb/. Tennessee in the Civil War

http://www.researchonline.net

http://www.korrnet.org/kcwrt/history/hb—text.htm. Knoxville Civil War Round Table

Metropolitan Nawshville Davidson County Archives

Nashville Daily Press and Times

Nashville Daily Gazette

Nashville Daily Union

Stones River National Battlefield Collection

Diary of William M. Woodcock, 9th Kentucky Infantry.

George G. Sinclair Collection. Letters Written During the Civil War by: 1st Sergeant George G. Sinclair to: Francis E. Anderson Sinclair, his Wife. September 6, 1862 to July 17, 1863.

Letters of James Jones, 57th Indiana Infantry.

Diary of Lyman S. Widney, Sergeant – Major 34th Illinois Infantry, From September 25 to May 25, 1864.

Special Collections

Wilder Collection., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Special Collections

Corbit Special Collections/University Archives, University of Tennessee at Martin.

Frank M. Gurnsey Collection, Special Collections of the Mississippi Valley Collection, University of Memphis.

John Watkins Collection, University of Tennessee Library Special Collections Division, University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

TENNESSEE STATE LIBRARY: AND ARCHIVES

Microfilm — TSLA

Civil War Collection, 1861—1865. mfm. 824 .

Harris, Ed. R., and wife, letters. Re: Death of Capt. John Harris, mfm 824—3

Zeboim Cartter Patten Diaries, 1860—1863, mfm 119

Diary of William E. Sloan, mfm 154.

Diary of Nimrod Porter, mfm 229.

Diary of Rebecca Carter Craighead, mfm 661

George Hovey Cadman Letters, 1857—1864, mfm 824

Joel Shoffner Collection, mfm 824.

William Mark Eames Papers, mfm 1302.

Hamilton—Williams Family Papers, mfm 1303

Robert H. Cartmell papers, mfm 1076

Simon Perkins, Jr. Papers, mfm 1527

Journal of Bradford Nichol, Rutledge Battery, mfm 1627.

Manuscripts — TSLA

RG 21

Records of the Southern Claims Commission.

RG 23, TSLA. Civil War Collection, Confederate and Federal

Lacy, Andrew Jackson, 1862—1863. TSLA Confederate Collection, Box C 28, folder 17, Letters

Letter from Tennessee Blackburn to John W. Blackburn, October 2, 1863; Letter from John W. Blackburn to R. J. D. Baugh, October 18, 1863. Manuscripts Division, Confederate Collection, V—K—I, Box 2, folder 4. ms

Civil War Collection, Confederate Collection, Box 8, folder 23.

Confederate Collection, mfm 824—3, Accession no. 1576, Box 11, folder 11.

Confederate Collection, Box 9, Letters, Folder 21, Harris, Ed. R., and wife, letters. Re: Death of Capt. John Harris, mfm 824—3, Accession no. 1379, Box 9, folder 22. ms

Civil War Collection, Correspondence by Jane Smith Washington, Letter, December 18, 1864., Ac. No. 74—74

Frederick Bradford Papers, 1830—1896 Ac. No. 68.202.

Talbot—Fentress Family Papers, 1817—1953, Manuscripts Division, TSLA.

Lucy Virginia Smith French Diaries, Ac. No. 89—200, 73—25

Correspondence by Jane Smith Washington, Letter, December 18, 1864., Ac. No. 74—74

Diary of Sally Wendel Fentress, ac. No. 82—106

Period Newspapers on Microfilm Located at TSLA

Chattanooga Daily Rebel

Chattanooga Daily Gazette

Clarksville Chronicle

[Humboldt] Soldier’s Budget

Knoxville Daily Bulletin

Knoxville Daily Southern Chronicle

Knoxville Daily Register

(Knoxville) Holston Journal

Knoxville Tri—Weekly Whig and Rebel Ventilator

Memphis Daily Appeal

Memphis Weekly Appeal

Memphis Daily Bulletin

Murfreesboro Daily Rebel Banner

Nashville Daily Patriot

Nashville Union and American

Nashville Daily Press and Times

Nashville Daily Union

Trenton Standard

Middle Tennessee State University Microfilm Collection

New York Times