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CIVIL WAR ROUND TABLE of ST. LOUIS

Books, Alphabetical by Author

 

Busch, Walter E.  Fort Davidson and the Battle of Pilot Knob:  Missouri’s Alamo.  Charleston, SC:  The History Press, 2010.

-------.  General Sterling Price’s Great Missouri Raid:  The Daily Missouri Democrat Articles.  Jefferson City:  Missouri Department of Archives and History, 2010.

-------.  General, You Have Made the Mistake of Your Life.  Independence, MO:  Two Trails Publishing, 2004.  (Major General Thomas H. Ewing)



Dressel, Gene.  Confederates at Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis.  By the Author, 1992.



ErwiE,Erwin, James W.  The Homefront in Civil War Missouri. Charleston, SC:  The History Press, 2014.

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-------. -------    Guerrilla Hunters in Civil War MissouriCharleston, SC:  The History Press, 2013.


-------. -------    Guerrillas in Civil War MissouriCharleston, SC:  The History Press, 2012.



Gifford, Douglas L.  The Battle of Pilot Knob Staff Ride and Battlefield Tour Guide.  InstantPublisher.com, 2003.

-------.  Fort Donelson Battlefield Tour Guide.  InstantPublisher.com, 2008.

-------.  Lexington Battlefield Guide.  InstantPublisher.com, 2004.

-------.  Pea Ridge Battlefield Tour Guide and Military Staff Ride.  InstantPublisher.com, 2012.

-------.  Shiloh Battlefield Tour Guide: the First Day April 6, 1862.  InstantPublisher, 2005.


Good, Timothy S.  The Lincoln-Douglas Debates and the Making of a President.  Jefferson, NC:  McFarland & Company, 2007.

-------.  Lincoln for President:  An Underdog’s Path to the 1860 Republican Nomination.  Jefferson, NC:  McFarland & Company, 2009.

-------.  We Saw Lincoln Shot:  One Hundred Eyewitness Accounts.  Jefferson, NC:   McFarland & Co., 1996.


Henderson, Orval, ed.  Camp Jackson:  History of the Missouri Volunteer Militia.  Independence, MO:  Blue and Grey Publishers, 1997.


Hinze, David C. and Karen Farnham.  The Battle of Carthage:  Border War in Southwest Missouri.  Savas Publishing, 1999.


Hollingsworth, John Hampton.  The Battle of Blackwell.  Independence, MO:  Two Trails Publishing, 2007.


Johnson, Vicki Vaughn.  The Men and the Vision of the Southern Commercial Conventions, 1845 – 1891.  Columbia:  University of Missouri Press, 1992.


Knudsen, Harold M.  General James Longstreet:  The Confederacy’s Most Modern General.  USA Publishing Services, 2007.


Little, Kimberly Scott. Ulysses S. Grant’s White Haven:  A Place Where Extraordinary People Came to Live Ordinary Lives, 1796 – 1885.  St. Louis:  National Park Service, Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site, Historic Resource Study, 1993.


Nischwitz, John A.  Collections of a Civil War Trivia Junkie.  St. Louis:  Monograph Publishing, 2011.


Niven, Alexander C.  Civil War Day-by-Day – 1861:  A Chronology of the Principal Events of the War’s First Year.  Great Barrington, MA:  Berkshire Publishing Company, 1961.


Niven, Alexander C. and Robert R. Reis.  United and Disunited:  A Guide to U.S. History, 1776 – 1865.  Dubuque, IA:  Kendall / Hunt Publishing Co., 1985.


Reidenbaugh, Lowell.  Thirty-Third Virginia Infantry.  Lynchburg, VA:  H. E. Howard, 1987.

-------.  The Battle of Kernstown:  Jackson’s Valley Campaign.  Lynchburg, VA:  H. E. Howard, 1996.


Sanfilippo, Pamela K.  Agriculture in Antebellum St. Louis.  St. Louis:  National Park Service, Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site, 2000.

-------.  “U. S. Grant and the War with Mexico,” in A Guide to Reconstruction Presidents, 1865-1881.  Hoboken, NJ:  John Wiley & Sons, Inc., publication pending.

-------.  Preface to Grant in St. Louis by Walter B. Stevens.  1916;  reprint:  Bedford, MA: Applewood Books.

-------.  “Sunlight and Shadow: Free Space/Slave Space at White Haven” in Her Past Around Us: Interpreting Sites for Women's History.  Malabar, FL: Krieger Publishing Company, 2003.


Scheel, Gary L.  Rain, Mud & Swamps:  The Story of the 31st Missouri Volunteer Infantry Regiment.  St. Louis:  Plus Communications, 1998.

-------.  Sixty-six Miles in Thirty-nine Hours: The Retreat from Fort Davidson, Pilot Knob to the Battle of Leasburg, September 28 through October 1, 1864.  By the Author, 2002.


Schultz, Robert G. The March to the River: From the Battle of Pea Ridge to Helena, Spring 1862.  Camp Pope Publishing. 2014

-------   ed.  Army Life:  From a Soldier’s Journal.  1884;  reprint:  Fayetteville:  The University of Arkansas Press, 2009.  (33rd Illinois Infantry)

-------.  General Sterling Price and the Confederacy.  St. Louis:  Missouri History Museum Press, 2009.

-------.  Political Cartoons of the American Civil War.


Waldemer, Donald E.  Bear in the Wilderness:  the Battle of the Wilderness, May 4 – 7, 1864.  St. Louis:  Privately Printed, 2001.

-------.  Triumph on the James:  The Checkmate of Robert E. Lee.  By the Author, 1998.


Westover, John Glendower.  The History of the Missouri Volunteer Militia, 1804 – 1919.  Kirkwood, MO:  Messenger Publishing, 2005.


Winter, William C., ed.  Captain Joseph Boyce and the 1st Missouri Infantry, C.S.A.  St. Louis:  Missouri History Museum, 2011.

-------.  The Civil War in St. Louis:  A Guided Tour.  St. Louis:  Missouri Historical Society Press, 1994.


Wolk, Gregory.  A Tour Guide to Missouri’s Civil War:  Friend and Foe Alike.  St. Louis:  Monograph Publishing, 2010.


Wyatt, Noble K.  Project Bushrod:  To Give Dignity and Recognition to Major General Bushrod Rust Johnson, Confederate States Army.  Wood River, IL:  Wood River Printing Company, 1981.

-------.  End Notes in Yankee Quaker, Confederate General: The Curious Career of Bushrod Rust Johnson by Charles M. Cummings.  Columbus, OH:  Blue & Gray Magazine, reprint of Rutherford, NJ:  Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1971. 

 



 

Articles, Alphabetical by Author

 

Hier, Marshall D.  “Basil Wilson Duke:  Legend Made Vivid.” St. Louis Bar Journal (Fall 1996).

-------.  “Captain Given Campbell, C.S.A., Suitor, Soldier, St. Louis Attorney.”  St. Louis Bar Journal (Spring 2002 – Summer 2002).

-------.  “The Ever-Shifting Alliances of B. Gratz Brown.”  St. Louis Bar Journal (Spring 2002 – Summer 2002).

-------.  “Garland & Norris, Slaveowner Emerson’s ‘Dream Team’.”  St. Louis Bar Journal (Fall 1999 – Winter 2000).

-------.  “ ‘Honest Abe?’ Lincoln’s Legal Ethics in Blakeman v. Phelps.”  St. Louis Bar Journal (Summer 1998).

-------.  “Lincoln’s St. Louis Nemesis, Lawyer Daniel T. Jewett.”  St. Louis Bar Journal (Summer 1998).

-------.  “Punitive Ethnic Restrictions – 1861 St. Louis Style.”  St. Louis Bar Journal (Fall 2011).

-------.  “Thomas C. Reynolds’ ‘Leap into Eternity’.”  St. Louis Bar Journal (Summer 1996).

-------.  “The Unyielding Puritanism of Charles Daniel Drake.”  St. Louis Bar Journal (Spring 2005 – Summer 2005).


Margreiter, John L., Jr.  “Anesthesia in the Civil War.”  Civil War Times Illustrated, May 1967, Volume 6, Issue 2, Page 22

-------.  “Union Heroism at Pilot Knob Saved St. Louis from Attack – Lesser Known Actions.”  Civil War Times Illustrated, January 1964, Volume 2, Issue 9, Page 10.

-------.  “The Woodruff Gun.”  Civil War Times Illustrated, May 1973, Volume 12, Issue 2, page 32

 


Sanfilippo, Pamela K., ed.  “America's Civil War: Challenges, Perspectives, Opportunities.” Cultural Resource Management Magazine 25 (Issue 4 2002).

-------.  “Slavery at White Haven.”  Cultural Resource Management Magazine 20 (Issue 2 1997).


Sanfilippo, Pamela K. and Karen Maxville.  “From Personal Experiences to Public Actions: Using A Historic Home to Interpret Ulysses S. Grant During the Civil War.”  Cultural Resource Management Magazine 25 (Issue 4, 2002).


Sauer, Alfred von Rohr. “Sigel’s Flanking Column: Costly Mistake at Wilson’s Creek.”  Gateway Heritage 7 (Fall 1986): 16-19.


Winter, William C.  “ ‘Amidst Trials and Troubles’:  Captain Samuel Churchill Clark, C.S.A”  Missouri Historical Review 92 (October 1997):  1 – 17.

-------.  “ ‘Like Sheep in a Slaughter Pen’:  A St. Louisan Remembers the Camp Jackson Massacre, May 10, 1861.”  Gateway Heritage 15 (Spring 1995):  56 – 71.

-------.  War for the Parlor.”  Gateway Heritage 22 (Winter 2001 – 2002):  20 – 25.  (Kurz & Allison prints)

-------.  “The Zouaves Take St. Louis.”  Gateway Heritage 19 (Spring 1999):  20 – 29.  (Elmer Ellsworth and the United States Zouave Cadets)