References

Civil War Field Printing

References

The Missouri Army Argus. 1861.

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Cappon, Lester J. 1935. The yankee press in virginia, 1861 - 1865. The William and Mary Quarterly 15, no. 1:81 - 88.

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Pennsylvania Thirteenth. 1861-62.

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