Arkansas  Civil  War  Bibliography




Akridge, Scott A., and Emmett E. Powers, A Severe and Bloody Fight: The Battle of Whitney's Lane & Military Occupation of White County, Arkansas, May & June, 1862, White County Historical Museum, Searcy, AR, 1996.

Allen, Desmond Walls, The Fourteenth Arkansas Confederate Infantry. Conway, AR: Arkansas Research).

Allen, Desmond Walls, The Twenty-Seventh Arkansas Confederate Infantry. Conway, AR: Arkansas Research, 1993).

Allen, Desmond Walls, The Thirty-Eighth Arkansas Confederate Infantry. Conway, AR: Arkansas Research).

Allen, Desmond Walls, First Arkansas Confederate Mounted Rifles. Conway, AR: Arkansas Research).

Allen, Desmond Walls, editor. Silas C. Turnbo's History of the Twenty-Seventh Arkansas Confederate Infantry Conway, AR: Arkansas Research, 1910).

Allen,  Desmond Walls, Index to Arkansas Confederate Soldiers In 3 volumes. Conway, AR: Arkansas Research, 1990).

Allen, Desmond Walls, editor. Turnbo’s Tales of the Ozarks: War and Guerrilla Stories. Revised edition. Conway, AR: Arkansas Research, 1989.

Allen, Mrs. Gerald S. “Nelson G. Thomas Civil War Documents.” Clark County Historical Quarterly, (1986), 80-88. [Thomas attempts to gain payment for goods taken by the Union Army.]

Anderson, John Q., compiler. Campaigning with Parsons ‘Texas Cavalry Brigade, CSA: The War Journals and Letters of the Four Orr Brothers, 12th Texas Cavalry Regiment. Hillsboro, TX: Hill Junior College Press, 1967.

Anderson, Mabel W. Life of Genera! Stand Watie, the Only Indian Brigadier General of the Confederate Army and the Last General to Surrender. Pryor, OK: Mayes County Republican, 1915.

Angelo, Mike, editor. “Letters from Confederate Camps in Woodruff County.” Rivers & Roads & Points In Between, XV (1988), 36-43. [A Confederate soldier comments on life around Augusta and Cotton Plant in 1862.]

Atkinson, James I-I. Forty Days of Disaster: The Story of General Frederick Steele’s Expedition into Southern Arkansas, March 23 to May 3, 1864. Little Rock: Pulaski County Historical Society, 1955, Bulletin No. 1.

Bailey, Anne J. Between the Enemy and Texas: Parsons ‘Texas Cavalry in the Civil War. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press, 1989.

Bailey, Anne J. “The Texas Cavalry’s Race To Reinforce Arkansas Post, January 1863.” East Texas Historical Journal, XXVIII (No. 1, 1989), 45-56.

Bailey, Anne J. “Was There a Massacre at Poison Spring?” Military History of the Southwest, XX (1990), 157-168.

Bailey, Anne J., and Daniel E. Sutherland, editors, Civil War Arkansas: Beyond Battles and Leaders (The Civil War in the West).  Fayetteville, AR: University of Arkansas Press, 2000.

Baker, Russell. “Yellow Doc, The Ranger - An Arkansas Legend: A Daring Adventure-In Skirts.” Rivers & Roads & Points In Between. XIV (Spring 1986), 10-12. [The undocumented story of Howell A. "Doc" Rayburn, a Confederate guerrilla leader who sported long blond hair and occasionally women’s clothing.]

Banasik, Michael A. Embattled Arkansas: The Prairie Grove Campaign of 1862. Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1996

Barnes, Kenneth C. “The Williams Clan: Mountain Farmers and Union Fighters in North Central Arkansas.”Arkansas Historical Quarterly, LII (Autumn 1993), 286-317. [Excellent case study of die-hard Unionists in Conway County.]

Barnhill, Floyd R., Sr. with Calvin L. Collier. The Fighting Fifth: Pat Cleburne’s Cutting Edge, The Fifth Arkansas Infantry Regiment, C.S.A. Jonesboro: The Authors, 1990.

Baxter, William. Pea Ridge and Prairie Grove; ot Scenes and Incidents of the War in Arkansas. Cincinnati: Poe & Hitchcock, 1864. Reprinted with Introduction by H. Park, in Arkansas Historical Series, No. 5. Van Buren: Press - Argus, 1957.

Beau, Wendell P. “Wildwood Skirmishers: The First Federal Arkansas Cavalry.” Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas, 1988.

Bearss, Edwin C. “The Battle of Helena, July 4, 1863.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XX (Autumn 1961), 25 6-297.

Bearss, Edwin C. “The Battle of Pea Ridge.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XX (Spring 1961) 74-94.

Bearss, Edwin C. “The Battle of the Post of Arkansas.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XVIII (Autumn 1959), 237-279.

Bearss, Edwin C. The Battle of Wilson’s Creek. Diamond, MO: George Washington Carver Birthplace District Assoc., 1975.

Bearss, Edwin C.,  editor. The Civil War Letters of Major William G. Thompson of the 20th Iowa Infantry Regiment. Fayetteville: Washington County Historical Society, 1966.

Bearss, Edwin C. "Confederate Action Against Fort Smith Post: Early 1864.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXIX (Autumn 1970), 226-252.

Bearss, Edwin C. “The Confederate Attempt to Regain Fort Smith, 1863.” Arkansas Historical Quarter4’, XXVIII (Winter 1969), 342-380.

Bearss, Edwin C. “Federal Generals Squabble Over Fort Smith Post, 1863- 1864.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXIX (Summer 1970), 119-15.1.

Bearss, Edwin C. “The Federals Capture Fort Smith, 1863.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXVIII (Summer 1969), 156-190.

Bearss, Edwin C. “The Federals Raid Van Buren and Threaten Fort Smith.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXVI (Summer 1967), 123-142.

Bearss, Edwin C. “The Federals Struggle to Hold on to Fort Smith.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXIV (Summer 1965), 149-179.

Bearss, Edwin C. “Fort Smith Serves General McCulloch as a Supply Depot.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXIV (Winter 1965), 315-347.

Bearss, Edwin C. “From Rolla to Fayetteville with General Curtis.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly XIX (Autumn 1960), 225-259.

Bearss, Edwin C. “General Bussey Takes Over at Fort Smith.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly’, XXIV (Autumn 1965), 220-240.

Bearss, Edwin C. “General Cooper’s CSA Indians Threaten Fort Smith.” Arkansas Historical Quarterb’, XXVI (Autumn 1967), 257-284.

Bearss, Edwin C. “General William Steele Fights to Hold onto Northwest Arkansas.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXV (Spring 1966), 36-93.

Bearss, Edwin C. “Marmaduke Attacks Pine Bluff.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXIII (Winter 1964), 291-313.

Bearss, Edwin C., Steele’s Retreat from Camden and the Battle of Jenkins’ Ferry. Little Rock: Arkansas Civil War Centennial Commission, 1967.

Bearss, Edwin C., “The White River Expedition June l0-July 15, 1862.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly XXI (Winter 1962), 305-362.

Beckharn, Elihu C. “Where I was, What I saw during the War.” Heritage of Stone, XI (No. 2, 1987), 1-41. [A Confederate veteran from Stone County remembers the war.]

Bellas, Joseph R. “The Forgotten Loyalists: Unionism in Arkansas, 1861-1865.” Master’s thesis, Ohio State University, 1991.

Belser, Thomas A., Jr. “Military Operations in Missouri and Arkansas, 1861-1865.” Ph.D. dissertation, Vanderbilt University, 1958.

Berg, Richard. “Battles in the West: Wilson’s Creek to Pea Ridge.” Strategy and Tactics (No. 80, 1980), 4-14.

Bevans, William E. (Daniel Sutherland, editor), Reminiscences of a Private: William E. Bevans of the First Arkansas Infantry, C.S.A.  Fayetteville, AR: University of Arkansas Press, 1992 revised edition.

Bishop, Albert W. Loyalty on the Frontier; or Sketches of Union Men of the South-West; with Incidents and Adventures in Rebellion on the Border. St. Louis: R. P. Studley Co., 1863.

Blackburn, George M., ed., “Dear Carrie…”: The Civil War Letters of Thomas M. Stevens, Mount Pleasant, MI, Central Michigan University, (1984)

Boulden, Benjamin. “So Long as Strangers are the Rulers: General Frederick Steele and the Politics of Wartime Reconstruction in Arkansas.” Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas, 1992.

Brainard, Meigs, “The Lost Guns of Jenkins Ferry,” Arkansas Times, Dec. 1991, pp. 56-60.

Branch, Mary Emerson. “A Story Behind the Story of the Arkansas and the Carondelet.” Missouri Historical Review, LXXIX (April 1985), 313-31.

Bridges, Martha T. “A Study of the Social, Economic, and Personal Problems Experienced by Families Living in Little Rock During the Civil War.” Master’s thesis, Arkansas State Teachers College, 1965. [Based in large measure on the papers of the John J. McAlmont family.]

Britton, Nancy, editor. “The W. L. McGuire Journals.” independence County Chronicle, XXXIV (April-July 1993), 3-47. [Begun in 1862, journal covers war and farm life]

Bromley, Mrs. J. N. Biography of John W Morris. Marshall. AR: N.p., 1916. [Morris was a Searcy County Unionist during the Civil War]

Brown, A. D., editor., “Battle of Pine Bluff, The Yankee View.” Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, XVII (No. 1, 1989), 4-16.

Brown, Dee. "Wilson’s Creek.” Civil War Times Illustrated, XI (1972), 8-18.

Brown, Walter L. “Albert Pike as Confederate General.” Confederate Historical Institute Journal, 1(1980), 43-48.

Brown, Walter L. “Albert Pike and the Pea Ridge Atrocities.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXXVIII (Winter 1979), 345-359.

Brown, Walter L. “Pea Ridge: Gettysburg of the West.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XV (Spring 1956), 3-16.

Buck, Irving. Cleburne and His Command, NY: The Neale Publishing Co., 1908. Reprinted with foreword by Bell I. Wiley. Jackson, TN: MeCowat-Mercer Press, 1959.

Bullock, Neal T. “The Confederate Services of General Ben McCuIloch.” Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas, 1957.

Burford, Timothy W., and Stephanie G. McBride, The Division: Defending Little Rock, August 24th-September 10th, 1863.  Jacksonville, AR: Wirestorm Publishing, 1999.

Burrow, Roy D. The Battle of Pea Ridge. Charleston, IL: Prairie Press, 1970.

Cantrell, Andrea E. “Arkansas Images from Harper’s Weekly.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, LII (Autumn 1993), 244-256. [Thirteen Civil War images are pictured and briefly annotated.]

Carle, Glenn L. “The First Kansas Colored.” American Heritage, XLIIJ (1992), 78-91. [This Federal infantry unit, composed of escaped slaves, fought at Poison Spring.]

Castel, Albert E. “Fiasco at Helena.” Civil War Times Illustrated, VII (1968), 12-17.

Castel, Albert E., General Sterling Price and the Civil War in the West. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1968.

Castel, Albert E., “A New View of the Battle of Pea Ridge.” Missouri Historical Review, LXII (1968), 136-151.

Cate, Wirt Armistead, editor. Two Soldiers, The Campaign Diaries of Thomas .1. Key, C.S.A. and Robert .1. Campbell, U.S.A. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1938. [One of the diarists, Captain Thomas J. Key, was a resident of Helena, Arkansas before the War.]

Christ, Mark K., editor, Rugged and Sublime - The Civil War in Arkansas.  Fayetteville, AR: University of Arkansas Press, 1994.

Christ, Mark K., Getting Used to Being Shot At: The Spence Family Civil War Letters. Fayetteville, AR: University of Arkansas Press, 2002.

Clayton, Powell,  The Aftermath of the Civil War In Arkansas. New York, NY: Neal Publishing Co., New York, 1912).

Clifford, Roy A. “The Indian Regiments in the Battle of Pea Ridge.” Chronicles of Oklahoma, XXV (1947), 3 14-322.

Coleman, Sylvia. “The Quartermaster: Vital Link to Survival.” Fort Smith Historical Society Journal, XII (September 1988), 7-15. [Fort Smith as a supply headquarters.]

Collier, Calvin L. First in - Last Out, the Capitol Guards, Arkansas Brigade. Little Rock: Pioneer Press, 1961. [An account of a Little Rock Civil War unit.]

Collier, Calvin L.,. "They’ll do to tie to!:" The Story of the Third Regiment, Arkansas lnfantry, C.S.A. Little Rock: 1. D. Warren, 1959. Reprinted Little Rock: Eagle Press, 1988.

Collier, Calvin L., The War Child’s Children: The Story of the Third Regiment, Arkansas Cavalry; Confederate States Army. Little Rock: Pioneer Press, 1965.

Core, Dorothy Jones, editor. “Alpha’s Journal.” Grand Prairie Historical Society Bulletin,XXIX (April 1986), 24-43;(October 1986), 11-28. [This well-annotated diary records the experiences of a Desha County woman during the War.]

Crisler, E. T. Battle of Helena. Helena: Centennial Association, 1963.

Crowley, William 1. “Henry Ewing: A Biographical Sketch.” Independence County Chronicle, XXVII (April-July 1986), 18-23.

Cunningham, Frank. General Stand Watie‘s Confederate Indians. San Antonio: Naylor, 1959.

Cutrer, Thomas. Ben McCulloch and the Frontier Military Tradition. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolinapress, 1993.

Cutrer, Thomas,  “David Owen Dodd’s Plea Before the Court.” Arkansas Pioneers, I (October 1913), 5-10

Dacus, Robert H., Reminiscences of Company H, First Arkansas Mounted Rifles.

Davis, Mrs. Samuel Preston, Sr. “The Boy-Martyr of Arkansas.” Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, XVII (No. 1, 1989), 27-34.

Demby, J. William. The War in Arkansas; or A Treatise on the Great Rebellion of 1861,. its Progress, and Ultimate Results upon the Destinies of the Stale. A Defense of the Loyalty of the People, Their Wretched Condition Considered; A Review of the Policy of the Government Towards Union People and the Rebels. Little Rock: N.p., 1864.

Demuth, David O. “The Burning of Hopefield.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXXVI (Summer 1977), 123-129.

Demuth, David O. “Federal Military Activity in Arkansas in the Fall of 1864 and the Skirmish at Hurricane Creek.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXXVITl (Summer 1979), 13 1-145.

Dickinson, Sam. “The Curse of St. Charles.” Arkansas Times, X (November 1984), 100-106. [Story of the June 1862 Battle of St. Charles (where the Mound City was sunk) and the ensuing life of Confederate Captain Joseph Fry.]

Direk, Brian.” ‘We Have Whipped Them Beautifully’: The Arkansas Press and Wilson’s Creek.” Missouri Historical Review, LXXXIV (April 19%), 270-92.

Donat, Pat and E. Byron Franz, editors. “Diary of Joseph Sanders.” Washington County Flashback, XXX1V (August 1984), 1-11.

Dougan, Michael B. “Arkansas in the Civil War.” In Historical Report of the Secretary of State. Little Rock: Arkansas Secretary of State, 1978, m, 72-88.

Dougan, Michael B., “Civil War Years in Craighead County.” Craighead County Historical Quarterly, XIII (Spring 1975), 18-23.

Dougan, Michael B., Confederate Arkansas: The People and Policies of a Frontier State in Wartime. University, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 1976.

Dougan, Michael B. “The Little Rock Press Goes to War, 1861-1863.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXVIII (Spring 1969), 14-27.

Dougan, Michael B.  “An Ozark Boy in the Confederate Ranks: The Soldier Letters of W. V. Stark.” Mid-South Folklore, VI (Summer 1978), 37-42.

Dougan, Michael B.  Confederate Women of Arkansas in the Civil War: In the Civil War (Arkansas Practice Series).  Jonesboro, AR: M&M Press, 1993.

Edwards, Dale. “Arkansas: Pea Ridge and State Division.” Journal of the West, XIV (Spring 1975), 167-184.

Edwards, John N. Shelby and His Men; or the War in the West. Cincinnati: Miami Printing and Publishing Co., 1867.

Eison, James Reed, “Stand We In Jeopardy Every Hour - A Confederate Letter, 1864.” Pulaski County Historical Review, XXXI (Fall 1983), 50-53.

Elliott, Mrs. M. A. and H. L. Grinstead, compilers. The Garden of Memory: Stories of the Civil War as Told by Veterans and Daughters of the Confederacy. Camden: Brown Printing Co., 1911. Reprinted Camden: Hurley Co., 1976.

Engle, Stephen D. “Franz Sigel at Pea Ridge.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, L (Autunm 1991), 249-270.

Estes, Thomas J. Early Days and War Times in Northern Arkansas. Lubbock: Dow Printing Co., 1928. [Especially good on wartime conditions.]

Evans, Clement A., editor. Confederate Military History: A Library of Confederate States History. Atlanta: Confederate Pub. Co., 1899. Reprinted NY: Thomas Yoseloff, 1962. Twelve volumes. [Volume 10 contains John M. Harrell’s account of Arkansas.  Harrell sometimes prevaricates....]

Fagg, Jane. “Boys in Blue.” Independence County Chronicle, XXVII (April-July 1986), 24-47. [A look at Union soldiers from Independence County]

Fagg, Jane, “The Boys in Blue: Black Soldiers, Post Commanders and Carpet Baggers.” Independence Counts’ Chronicle, XXIX (April-July 1988), 2-28.

Fagg, Jane, “Boys in Blue: Two Disabled Veterans.” Independence County Chronicle, XXX (April 1989), 2-12. [Detailed account of two Union soldiers from Independence County, Lindsey R. Lee and Matthew R. Coiner.]

Fagg, Jane, “Conclusion: Who Were The Union Soldiers?” Independence County Chronicle XXX (April 1989), 24-33. [Good demographic data.]

Feathers, Tom. “The History of Military Activities in the Vicinity of Fayetteville Arkansas, Including the Battle of Fayetteville and the Siege of Fayetteville During the War Between the States.” Washington County Flashback, III (April 1953), 2-33.

Fehrenbacher Don E. “From War to Reconstruction in Arkansas.” Chapter 11 in Lincoln in Thought and Context: Collected Essays. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1987. [This excellent essay is particularly useful as it regards the role played by U.S. Army General Frederick W. Steele.]

Ferguson, John L., editor. Arkansas and the Civil War. Little Rock: Pioneer Press, 1965. [Mostly a collection of original documents relating to Arkansas and the War.]

Fischer, Leroy H. “David 0. Dodd: Folk Hero of Confederate Arkansas.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXXVII (Summer 1978), 130-146.

Fischer, Leroy H.,  and Jerry Gill. “Confederate Indian Forces Outside of Indian Territory.” Chronicles of Oklahoma, XLVI (Autumn 1968), 249-284.

Fisher, Mike. “Remember Poison Spring.” Missouri Historical Review, LXXIV (Fall 1980), 323-342.

Fisher, Mike, “The Flanagin Papers.” Clark County Historical Quarterly, II (Winter 1975), 45-65. [Includes wartime letters not given to the Arkansas History Commission by Confederate Governor Harris Flanagin.]

Fortin, Maurice G., Jr. “Confederate Military Operations in Arkansas, 1861-1865.” Master’s thesis, North Texas State University, 1978.

Franzmann, Tom. “The Final Campaign: The Confederate Offensive of 1864.” Chronicles of Oklahoma, LXIII (Fall 1985), 266-279.

Gammage, Washington L. The Camp, the Bivouac, and the Battlefield: Being the History of the Fourth Arkansas Regiment, From its First Organization Down to the Present Date: Its Campaigns and Battles, Selma, AL: Cooper & Kimball, 1864.

Gaughan, Mrs. T. J. Letters of a Confederate Surgeon, 1861-1865. Camden: Hurley Co., 1960. [The letters of Capt. Junius Bragg, 11th and 33rd Arkansas Infantry; perhaps the single best collection of Civil War letters by an Arkansan.]

Geise, William Royston. “General Holmes Fails to Create a Department: August 1862-February 1863.” [Part 7 in a series]. Military History of Texas and the Southwest, XIV (Fall 1978), 169-184.

Geise, William Royston, “Hindman and Hebert Divide Command: June-July 1862.” [Part 6 in a series]. Military History of Texas and the Southwest, XIV (Summer 1978), 107-120.

Geise, William Royston, “Holmes, Arkansas, and Defense of the Lower River: August, 1862-February, 1863.” [Part 8 in a series]. Military History of Texas and the Southwest, XIV (Winter 1978), 229-236.

Geise, William Royston, “A New Command: January 1862-May 1862.” [Part 5 in a series]. Military History of Texas and the Southwest, XIV (Spring 1978), 33-44.

Gill, Samuel T. “The Pain of Pyrrhic Victory: Battle at Jenkins’ Ferry, Arkansas.” Civil War Times Illustrated, XXIII (May 1984), 8-15.

Glover, Robert W., editor. “The War Letters of a Texas Conscript.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XX (Winter 1961), 355-387.

Gottschalk. Phil. In Deadly Earnest. Columbia, MO: Missouri River Press, 1992.

Graves, William H. “Indian Soldiers for the Gray Army: Confederate Recruitment in Indian Territory.” Chronicles of Oklahoma, LXIX (Summer 1991), 134-145.

Greene, Albert R. “Campaigning in the Army of the Frontier.” Kansas Historical Collections, XIV (1915-1918), 283-310.

Greene, Albert R. “On the Battle of Wilson Creek.” Kansas Historical Collections, V (1891-1896), 116-127.

Gregory, Ival L. “The Battle of Prairie Grove, Arkansas, December 7, 1862.” Journal of the West, XIX (October 1980), 63-75.

Gregory, Terry. “4th Arkansas Mounted Infantry, Company C - A Case Study.” Independence County Chronicle, XXVII (April-July 1986), 48-69.

Hanson, Maynard J. “The Battle of Pea Ridge. Arkansas, March 6-8, 1862.” Journal of the West, XIX (October 1980), 39-50.

Harris, Inus M. “1862 Journey via Elkhorn Tavern.” Benton County Pioneer, VIII (July 1963), 106-119.

Hartje, Robert G. Van Dorn: The Life and Times of a Confederate General. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 1967.

Hartsell, Henry F. “The Battle of Cane Hill, Arkansas, November 28, 1862.” Journal of the West, XIX (October 1980), 51-62.

Hess, Earl J. “Confiscation and the Northern War Effort: The Army of the Southwest at Helena.”Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XLIV (Spring 1985), 56-75.

Huff, Leo. “Confederate Arkansas, A History of Arkansas During the Civil War.” Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas, 1964.

Huff, Leo, “Guerrillas, Jayhawkers and Bushwhackers in Northern Arkansas During the Civil War.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXIV (Summer 1965). 127-148.

Huff, Leo,  “The Martial Law Controversy in Arkansas, 1861-1865: A Case History of Internal Confederate Conflict.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXXVII (Summer 1978), 147-167.

Huff, Leo, “The Last Duel in Arkansas: The Marmaduke-Walker Duel.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXIIl (Spring 1964), 36-49.

Huff, Leo, “The Memphis and Little Rock Railroad During the Civil War.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXIII (Autumn 1964), 260-270.

Huff, Leo,  “The Military Board in Confederate Arkansas.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXVI (Spring 1967), 75-95.

Huff, Leo, “The Union Expedition Against Little Rock, August-September 1863.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXII (Autumn 1963), 224- 237.

Huffstot, Robert S. “Post of Arkansas.” Civil War Times Illustrated, 11(1963), 35-38.

Hughes, Michael A. “Wartime Gristmill Destruction in Northwest Arkansas and Military-Farm Colonies.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XLVI (Summer 1987), 167-186.

Hughes, Michael A., “Indiana Troops at Helena.” Phillips County Historical Quarterly, XVI (March 1978), 20-31; XVI (September 1978), 1-8; XVII (March 1979), 11-21; XVII (June 1979), 34-42; XVIII (June & September 1980), 1-8; XIX (December 1980& March 1981), 1-7.

Hughes, Nathaniel Cheairs, The Civil War Memoir of Philip Dangerfield Stephenson, D.D., Private, Company K., 13th Arkansas Volunteer Infantry, and Loader, Piece No.4, 5th Company, Washington Artillery. Conway, AR: University of Central Arkansas Press, 1995.

Ingenthron, Elmo. Borderland Rebellion: A History of the Civil War on the Missouri-Arkansas Border. Branson, MO: Ozarks Mountaineer, 1980.

James, Nola A. “The Civil War in Independence County, Arkansas.” Independence County C7rronicle, XXVI (October 1984-July 1985), 4-88.

James, Nola A., “The Civil War in Independence County, Arkansas.” Master’s thesis, Memphis State University, 1967.

Johanson, M. Jane, editor, Widows by the Thousand: The Civil War Letters of Theophilus and Harriet Perry.  Fayetteville, AR: University of Arkansas Press, 2000.

Johnson, Boyd W. The Civil War in Ouachita County. Camden: Johnson’s Book Store, 1968.

Johnson, James J. “Bullets for Johnny Reb: Confederate Nitre and Mining Bureau in Arkansas.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XLIX (Summer 1990), 124-167.

Johnson, James J., “Jayhawker Stories: Historical Lore in the Arkansas Ozarks.” Mid-South Folklore, IV (Spring 1976), 3-10.

Justiss, William B. “Fort Arbuckle, Outpost in Indian Territory, 1850- 1870.” Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas, 1976.

Kakuske, Louis F. “Pursuit Through Arkansas.” Civil War Times Illustrated, XIII (February 1975), 36-43. [Kakuske was a German immigrant who fought in the Union army in Arkansas.j

Kaufman, A. F. “The Fifty-Fourth U.S. Colored Infantry: The Forgotten Regiment.” Ozark Historical Review, XVI (Spring 1987), 1-7.

Kerby, Robert L. Kirby Smith’s Confederacy: The Trans-Mississippi South, 1863-1865. NY: Columbia University Press, 1972.

Kirkman, Dale P. (ed.), “The 28th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment at Helena: II,” Phillips County Historical Quarterly, 12 (June 1974)

Lair, Jim, Boy Hero of the Confederacy: The Life, Legend, and Execution of David Owen Dodd, Springfield, MO, Oak Hill Publishing Co., 2001

Lancaster, Bob, “To Camden and Back: War as a Muddy Horror.” Arkansas Times, X (April 1984), 46-48, 64-72

Lavender, John W. The War Memoirs of Captain John W Lavender C.S.A., They Never Came Back; the Story of Co. F Fourth Arks. infantry, C.S.A., Originally Known as the Montgomery Hunters, as told by Their Commanding Officer. Ted R. Worley, editor, Pine Bluff: W. M. Hackett and D. R. Perdue, 1956.

Leeper, Wesley T. Rebels Valiant: Second Arkansas Mounted Rifles, Dismounted. Little Rock: Pioneer Press, 1964.

Lemke, W. J., editor. Captain Gee Miller of the 20th Wisconsin: His War 1862-1865. Fayetteville: Washington County Historical Society, 1960, Booklet No. 37. [Wartime experiences in Arkansas.]

Lemke, W.J., editor. The War-Time Letters of Albert O. McCollom, Confederate Soldier. Fayetteville: Washington County Historical Society, 1961.

Leslie, James W., editor. “The Pine Bluff Reporter.” Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, XIV (No. 1, 1986), 6-15. [Addresses a Union Army newspaper.]

Leslie, James W., editor, "A Letter From the Battlefield.” Johnson County Historical Journal, XIII (April 1987), 14-15. [A Confederate soldier writes to his family in Johnson County.]

Longnecker, Julie. “The Sultana: A Civil War Tragedy.” Arkansas Times, X (September 1983), 88-91. [Recounting of the sinking of the Sultana steamboat on the Mississippi River in 1865.]

Luker, Lady E. “Captain Joseph Fry of the Confederate Navy.” Stream of History, XX (December 1983), 2-8. [The diligent rebel commander who shelled Jacksonport to deny cotton to the Union Army and who also disabled the Mound City at St. Charles.]

Luker, Lady E., Fight and Survive! A History of Jackson County in the Civil War. Conway: River Road Press, 1974.

Luker, Lady E., “Union Newspaper Printed at Jacksonport: May 9, 1862.” Stream of History, X (April 1972), 3-14.

Maberry, Robert T. “Texans and the Defense of the Confederate Northwest, April 1861-April 1862: A Social and Military History.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Texas Christian University, 1992. [Covers Arkansas as well as Missouri and Indian Territory.]

Marshall, Albert 0. “Army Life from a Soldier’s Journal,” Stream of History, XIX (December 1982), 21-31; XX (April 1983), 43-56. [A Union Army memoir]

Maury, Dabney, "Recollections of the Elkhorn Campaign," Southern Historical Society Papers, II (September 1876), 180-192.

Mayes, William B., Jr., editor. “Letters from a Civil War Soldier.” Faulkner Facts and Fiddlings, XVII (Spring 1975), 1-10. [A Conway County Confederate soldier writes his fiancee.]

MeBrien, D. D. “Arkansas Unionists.” Arkansas Valley Historical Papers, No. 24 (March 1962), 1-12.

McGinnis, A. C. “The County’s Mexican War Soldiers.” Independence County Chronicle, V (July 1964), 2-17.

McGinnis, A.C., “Occupation of Batesville in 1864.” Independence County Chronicle, V (January 1964), 25-34.

McLane, Bobbie Jones. “Civil War Claims in the Garland County Area.” The Record, XXXII (1991), 21-36.

McLane, Bobbie Jones, “Montgomery Owen Campbell: Confederate and Union Veteran.” The Record, XI (1970), 20-29.

Mecklin, Robert W. The Mecklin Letters Written in 1863-64 at Mt. Comfort. Fayetteville: Washington County Historical Society, 1955.

Mickey, Barry. “Whitfield’s Cavalry: A Texas-Arkansas Battalion in the Western Confederacy.” Military Images, Vii (1986), 27-29. [Confederate officer John W. Whitfield commanded Arkansas cavalry.]

Monaghan, Jay. Civil War on the Western Border, 1854-1865. Boston: Little, Brown, 1955.

Moneyhon, Carl. “The Civil War and Social-Economic Change in Jackson County, Arkansas.” Stream of History XVIII (November 1979-July 1981), 21-26.

Moneyhon, Carl,  “The Civil War in Phillips County. Arkansas.” Phillips County Historical Quarterly, XIX (June/September 1981)’ 18-36.

Moneyhon, Carl, “Disloyalty and Class Consciousness in Southwestern Arkansas, 1862-1865” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, LII (Autumn 1993), 223-243.

Moneyhon, Carl, “The Impact of the Civil War In Arkansas: Mississippi River Plantation Counties,” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, LI (Summer 1992), 105-118.

Moneyhon, Carl, editor. “Life in Confederate Arkansas: The Diary of Virginia Davis Gray.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XLII (Spring 1983), 47-85; (Summer 1983), 134-169. [The record of a Princeton woman, covering the latter stages of the Civil War from the vantage point of Dallas County]

Moneyhon, Carl, The Impact of the Civil War and Reconstruction in Arkansas: Persistence in the Midst of Ruin.  Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 1994.

Monks, William. History of Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas. West Plains, MO: West Plains Journal Co, 1907. [A Unionist tells his story.]

Monnett, Howard N., editor. “A Yankee Cavalryman Views the Battle of Prairie Grove.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXI (Winter 1962), 289-304.

Moody, Claire N. Battle of Pea Ridge; or Elkhorn Tavern. Little Rock: Arkansas Valley Print Co., 1956.

Morgan, James L. “The Richland Rangers: Company D, 13th Arkansas infantry Regiment.” Rivers & Roads & Points in Between, XI (Summer 1983), 14-19. [brief history and roster of this Confederate militia unit from the Cotton Plant area.]

Mudd, Joseph A., "What I Saw at Wilson's Creek," Missouri Historical Review, VII (January 1913), 89-105.

Mullins, Michael A. “The Fremont Rifles: The 37th Illinois Infantry at Pea Ridge and Prairie Grove.” Civil War Regiments, 1(1991), 42-68.

Nash, Charles E. Biographical Sketches of Gen. Pat Cleburne and Gen. T C. Hindman Together with Humorous Anecdotes and Reminiscences of the Late Civil War. Little Rock: Tunnali & Pittard, 1898. Reprinted Dayton, OH: Momingside Bookshop, 1977.

Neal, Diane. “Treason or Patriotism?: Union Peace Societies in Arkansas During the Civil War.” Journal of Confederate History, I (Fall 1988), 339-349.

Neal, Diane, and Thomas W. Kremm. “An Experiment in Collective Security: The Union Army’s Use of Armed Colonies in Arkansas.” Military History of the Southwest, XX (1990), 169-181.

Neal, Diane, and Thomas W. Kremm, “‘The King of the Revolution is the Bayonet’: General Thomas C. Hindman’s Proposal to Arm the Slaves.” Journal of Confederate History, VII (1991), 81-96.

Neal, Diane, and Thomas W. Kremm, The Lion of the South: General Thomas C. Hindman. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1993.

Nelson, Glenn T. and John D. Squier. “The Confederate Defense of Northeast Arkansas and the Battle of Cotton Plant, Arkansas, July 7, 1862.” Rivers & Roads & Points in Between, XVI (1989), 5-27.

Newell, Nancy. “The Trial and Execution of David 0. Dodd.” Pulaski County Historical Review, XL (Fall 1992), 50-62.

Norris, R. E., IV. “Carroll County Soldiers in Civil War: A History of Company G of the First Arkansas Cavalry Volunteers, Union Army.” Carroll County Historical Quarterly, XXXIV (Summer 1988), 4-7.

Oates, Stephen B. Confederate Cavalry West of the River. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1961. [Contains extensive material on Arkansas.]

Oates, Stephen B., “The Prairie Grove Campaign, 1862.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XIX (Summer 1960), 119-141.

O’Donnell, William W. The Civil War Quadrennium. Little Rock: Civil War Roundtable of Arkansas, 1985. [Little Rock during the Civil War.]

O’Flaherty, Daniel. General Jo Shelby: Undefeated Rebel. Chapel Hill: University of Carolina Press, 1954.

Panter, Bill, editor. “True Stories of Adventures of the Civil War: The Memoirs of W.G.D. Hinds.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XIII (Winter 1954), 325-337.

Park, Hugh. Pea Ridge: The Place Where the South Lost the Civil War. Van Buren: Press Argus, 1961.

Park, Ruie A. S., editor. “Dear Parents:” The Civil War Letters of the Shibley Brothers of Van Buren, Arkansas. Fayetteville: Washington County Historical Society, 1963.

Parks, Joseph H. General Edmund Kirby Smith, C.S.A. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1954.

Pecquet, Gary M. “The Change Shortage and the Private and Public Provisions of Small Currency Denominations in the Trans-Mississippi States, 1861-1865.” Southern Studies, XXV (1986), 102-110.

Pickens, Kel N. “The Battle of Wilson’s Creek, Missouri, August 10, 1861.” Journal of the West, XIX (Winter 1980), 10-25.

Pickens, Kel N.  “Poison Spring Battle Recalled by 1864 Letter.” Ouachita County Historical Quarterly, XIX (September 1987), 13-14.

Piston, William Garrett, and Richard W. Hatcher, III, Wilson's Creek: The Second Battle of the Civil War and the Men Who Fought It.  Charlotte, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2000.

Pollan, Carolyn. “Fort Smith Under Union Military Rule, September 1, 1863-Fall, 1865.” Fort Smith Historical Society Journal, VI (April 1982), 2-33.

Pollan, Carolyn, “‘The War’ and Fort Smith Militia in 1861.” Fort Smith Historical Society Journal, IV (September 1980), 2-11. [Contains diary of Private John M. Lucey and biography of Paul Krone, early Arkansas Photographer.]

Polston, Michael David. “Mount Holly’s Unknown Patriot: General Allison Nelson.” Pulaski County Historical Review, XXXI (Winter 1983), 74-79.

Popchock, Barry, ed., Soldier Boy: The Civil War Letters of Charles O. Musser, 29th Iowa, Iowa City, IA, (1995) [Letters of a Federal soldier who served mostly in Arkansas].

Powell, Morgan A. “The Batesville Bazzoo.” Independence County Chronicle, V (January 1964), 2-7. [Union newspaper.]

Powell, Wilson. “‘Fighting Bob Shaver.” Independence County Chronicle, III (October 1961), 36-44.

Powell, Wilson, “Jacksonport’s ‘Arkansas Traveler’ and the Civil War Letters of Thaddeus Rice.” Independence County Chronicle, XIII (July 1972), 2-15.

Purdue, Howell, and Elizabeth Purdue. Pat Cleburne, Confederate General: A Definitive Biography. Hillsboro, TX: Hill Junior College Press, 1973.

Rea, Ralph R. Sterling Price: The Lee of the West. Little Rock: Pioneer Press, 1959.

Reynolds, John H., editor. “Official Orders of Governor Harris Flanagin, Commander in Chief of the Militia of Arkansas.” In Publications of the Arkansas Historical Association. Fayetteville: AHA, 1908, II, 362-423.

Richards, Ira D. “The Camden Expedition, March 23-May 3, 1864.” Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas, 1958.

Roberts, Bobby L. “Thomas C. Hindman, Jr.: Secessionist and Confederate General.” Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas, 1972.

Roberts, Bobby L., and Carl Moncyhon. Portraits of Conflict: A Photographic History of Arkansas in the Civil War. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1987. [An important book with much more than photographs.]

Robertson, Brian K., Things Grew Beautifully Worse: The Wartime Experiences of Captain John O'Brien, 30th Arkansas Infantry, C.S.A.  Little Rock, AR: Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, 2001.

Robertson, James I. and Richard M. MeMurry, editors. Rank and File: Civil War Essays in Honor of Bell Irvin Wiley. San Rafael: Presidio Press, 1976. [Contains essay on T. C. Hindman; a different interpretative approach.]

Ross, Margaret. “Retaliation Against Arkansas Newspaper Editors During Reconstruction.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXXI (Summer 1972), 150-165.

Ross, Margaret, “Seizure of the U. S. Arsenal, February. 1861.” Pulaski County Historical Review, V (March 1957), 1-16.

Roth, Margaret B., editor. “Wisconsin Troops at Helena: IX.” Phillips County Historical Quarterly, XIV (September 1976), 8-21.

Rushing, Anthony C. “Rackensacker Raiders: Crawford’s First Arkansas Cavalry.” Civil War Regiments, I (1991), 44-69.

Rushing, Anthony C., Ranks of Honor: A Regimental History of the Eleventh Arkansas lnfantry Regiment and Poe’s Cavalry Battalion, C.S.A., 1861- 1865. Little Rock: Eagle Press, 1990.

Sakaris, Kay Waters,  Rebel's Hell: Little Rock's "Yankee" Prison - 1863-1865. Little Rock, AR: Southern Pioneer Press, 1993.

Sawyer, William E. “The Martin Hart Conspiracy.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXIII (Summer 1964). 154-165. [Discusses a well-documented Civil War guerrilla leader active in the Fort Smith area.]

Schroeder, L. E. “The Battle of Wilson’s Creek and Its Effect Upon Missouri.” Missouri Historical Review, LXXI (Summer 1977), 156-173.

Scott, Joe M. Four Years’ Service in the Southern Army. Mulberry: Leader Office Print, 1897. Reprinted Fayetteville: Washington County Historical Society, 1958.

Scott, Kim A. “The Fighting Printers of Company E, Eleventh Kansas Volunteer Infantry.”Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XLVI (Autumn 1987), 261-281.  [Buck and Ball was the Union Army newspaper issued from Cane Hill, Arkansas, in 1862.]

Scott, Kim A. editor. “The Old Knapsack by Samuel Pinckney Pittman,” Washington County Flashback, XXXVII (August 1987), 41-47. [A Confederate NCO recalls the burdens of the march leading to the Battle of Prairie Grove.]

Shallhope, Robert E. Sterling Price: Portrait of a Southerner. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1971. [Biography of a Civil War general active in Arkansas.]

Sharp, Arthur G. “War on the River: The Mississippi River Brigade Battle at Lake Chicot.” Civil War Times Illustrated, XXI (1982), 18-23.

Shea, William L. “Battle at Ditch Bayou.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XX)UX (Autumn 1980), 195-207.

Shea, William L., “The Confederate Defeat at Cache River.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, LII (Summer 1993), 129-155.

Shea, William L., “A Semi-Savage State: The Image of Arkansas in the Civil War.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XLVIII (Winter 1989), 309-328. [Northern soldiers took a dim view of Arkansas.]

Shea, William L., and Earl J. Hess. Pea Ridge: Civil War Campaign in the West. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1992.

Smith, John I., Forward From Rebellion: Reconstruction and Revolution in Arkansas, 1868-1874. Little Rock, AR: Rose Publishing Co., 1983.

Smith, M. Aldridge. “Nicholas Bartlett Pearce and the Clamor of Commands in Benton County During the War of the Rebellion.’” Benton County Pioneer, XXX (Fall 1985), 33-39.

Smith, Robert F. “Confederate Attempts to Influence Public Opinion in Arkansas, 1861-65“ Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas, 1953.

Smith, Robert F., “John R. Eakin, Confederate Propagandist.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, Xli (Winter 1953), 316-326. [Analysis of writings of the editor of the Washington Telegraph, published throughout the Civil War.]

Smith, Robert F., “Some Interesting Old Letters.” Benton County Pioneer, XII (April 1967), 36-47. [Wartime correspondence of a family with members in both Union and Confederate armies.]

Sparkman, Lyle Bruce. “The Death of Private Wurges.” White County Heritage, XXVI (1988), 8-19.

Sparkman, Lyle Bruce, “The Mysterious Case of Mr. Van Metre.” White County Heritage, XXVII (1989). 12-18. [Speculation regarding a White County resident who spied for the Union Army and died under mysterious circumstances]

Sperry, A.W., History of the 33rd Iowa Infantry Volunteer Regiment 1863-6, Gregory J.W. Urwin and Cathy K. Urwin, eds., Fayetteville, AR, University of Arkansas Press (1999) [engaging history of a Federal regiment which served mostly in Arkansas]

Steele, Phillip W. and Steve Cottrell, Civil War in the Ozarks.  Baton Rouge, LA: Pelican Press, 1993.

StilIwell, Leander. The Story of a Common Soldier of Army Life in the Civil War 1861-1865. N.p.: Franklin Hudson Publishing Co., 1920.

Sude, Barry R. “Federal Military Policy and Strategy in Missouri and Arkansas, 1861-1863: A Study of Command Level Conflict.” Ph.D. dissertation, Temple University, 1987.

Sutherland, Daniel E. “Guerrillas: The Real War in Arkansas.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, LII (Autumn 1993), 257-285.

Taylor, Orville W., editor. “Joseph H. Haney, An Arkansas Engineer in the Civil War: The First Phase.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XIV (Spring 1955), 62-71. [The engineer for the Little Rock & Fort Smith Railroad witnessed important early wartime developments.]

Thomas, David Y. Arkansas in War and Reconstruction, 1861-1874.  Little Rock: Arkansas Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1926.

Thomas, David Y., “Calling the Secession Convention in Arkansas.” Southwestern Political and Social Science Quarterly, V (December 1924), 246-254.

Titsworth, Elizabeth. ‘The Creekmore Diary.” Wagon Wheels, IV (Spring 1984), 6-9. [A Mississippi Confederate soldier kept a diary; later settled in Logan County, Arkansas.]

Titsworth, Elizabeth, “A Trip Through The Confederacy in 1864: A Memoir of U. M. Rose.” Pulaski County Historical Review, XXXII (Winter 1984), 62-78; XXXIII (Spring 1985), 13-23. [Contains some very useful information on U.M. Rose and his work on the history of the Confederacy in Arkansas.]

Tunnard, W. H. A Southern Record: The History of the Third Regiment Louisiana Infantry. Baton Rouge: Printed for the Author, 1866. Reprinted with preface, notes, and roster by Edwin C. Bearss. Dayton, OH: Morningside Bookshop, 1970.

Tyson, Carl P. “Highway of War.” Red River Valley Historical Review, III (Summer 1978), 28-51.

Urwin, Gregory J. W. “The Lord Has Not Forsaken Me and I Won’t Forsake Him: Religion in Frederick Steele’s Union Army, 1863-1864.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, LII (Autumn 1993), 318-340.

Urwin, Gregory J.W. "'We Cannot Treat Negroes... as Prisoners of War': Racial Atrocities and Reprisals in Civil War Arkansas."  Civil War History 42 (September 1996), 199-200

Urwin, Gregory J.W. "Notes on the First Confederate Volunteers from Ouachita County, Arkansas."  Military Collector & Historian, 49 (Summer 1997)

Urwin, Gregory J.W., "Cut to Pieces and Gone to Hell: The Poison Spring Massacre."  North & South, 3, 6 (August 2000),

Urwin, Gregory J.W., "A Very Disastrous Defeat: The Battle of Helena, Arkansas."  North & South, 6, 1 (December 2002), pp. 26-39.

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Warren, Luther E. Yeller Rag Boys: The Arkansas Peace Society of 1861 and Other Events in Northern Arkansas, 1861-1865. Marshall, AR: S. L. Weaver, 1992.

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Washburn, Wiley A., editor. “Letters of James T. Martin.” Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, XIII (No. 2, 1985), 24-35. [A Confederate infantry private writes to his family.]

Watts, J. Carter, editor. “The Battle of Pine Bluff and After, The Diary Entries of Robert T. McMahan.” Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, XVI (No. 4, 1988), 13-22. [An Ohio cavalryman records the battle based on interviews of participants and personal observation.]

Watts, J. Carter,  “The Search for the Flag of the Jefferson Guards.” Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, XII (No.2, 1984), 4-7. [An attempt to recover a Confederate flag from Yankee hands.]

Watts, J. Carter, "Confederate Generals' Dawn Duel."  America’s Civil War, XII, 5 (November 1999), 50-56

Wilder, Jeremy H., “The Thirty-Seventh Illinois at Prairie Grove.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XLIX (Spring 1990), 3-19.

Willis, James, Arkansas Confederates in the Western Theatre. Dayton, OH: Morningside Bookshop., 1998

Wittenmeyer, Annie, “Under the Guns: A Woman’s Reminiscences of the Civil War,” Phillips County Historical Quarterly, 17 (September 1979), pp. 1-4.

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Woods, James M. “Devotees and Dissenters: Arkansas in the Confederate Congress, 1861-1865.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, XXXVIII (Autumn 1979), 227-247.

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Worley. Ted R. “The Arkansas Peace Society of 1861: A Study in Mountain Unionism.” Journal of Southern History, XXIV (November 1958), 445-456.

Worley, Ted R., editor. At Home in Confederate Arkansas: Letters to and from Pulaski Countians, 1861-1865. Little Rock: Pulaski County Historical Society, 1955.

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Wright, Marcus J. Arkansas in the War, 1861-1865. Batesville: Independence County Historical Society, 1963. [Primarily listings of the Arkansas units and their officers.]

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