Draft as of 3 August 1996
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ARMY NATIONAL GUARD HISTORY
Allen, John. "A Letter from Colonel John Allen."
Edited by Edgar B. Wesley. Ohio Archaeological and Historical
Quarterly, 36 (July 1927), pp. 332-339.
Barrante, William T. "Kentucky in the Mexican
War." Military Collector and Historian, 36 (Fall 1984),
Baylor, Orval Walker. Early Times in Washington
County Kentucky. Cynthiana, Ky.: Hobson Press, 1942. [Contains
Clift, G. Glenn. The Corn Stalk Militia of
Kentucky, 1790-1811. Frankfort: Kentucky Historical Society,
Curtis, Bruce. "'My Life Has Not Been A Blank':
The Autobiography of Captain Elijah F. Tucker of Greensburg,
Kentucky." Filson Club Historical Quarterly, 64 (April
1990), pp. 264-276.
Darnell, Elias. A Journal Containing An Accurate
and Interesting Account of the Hardships, Sufferings, Battles,
Defeats, and Captivity of Those Heroic Kentucky Volunteers and
Regulars, Commanded by General Winchester in the Year 1812-13.
Elting, John R., and H. Charles McBarron. "Kentucky
Militia at the River Raisin, January 1813." Military Collector
and Historian, 11 (Fall 1959), pp. 80-82. [Military Uniforms
in America Plate 162]
Greathouse, William. "Kentucky at the Thames,
1813: A Rediscovered Narrative by William Greathouse." Edited
by John C. Fredriksen. Register of the Kentucky Historical
Society, 83 (Spring 1985), pp. 93-107. [5th Kentucky Mounted
Harris, James Russell. "Kentuckians in the War
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of the Kentucky Historical Society, 82 (Summer 1984), pp.
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2 vols. Cleveland: L. A. Williams & Co., 1882. [Good information
especially about Louisville and Jefferson County]
Kentucky, Federal Writers Project, Works Progress
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1813." Military Collector and Historian, 5 (March 1953),
pp. 15-17. [Military Uniforms in America Plate 66]
Patrick, Jeff L. "Nothing But Leaves: The Second
Kentucky Volunteer Infantry and the Spanish-American War." Register
of the Kentucky Historical Society, 89 (Summer 1991), pp.
Ramage, James A. "John Hunt Morgan and the Kentucky
Cavalry Volunteers in the Mexican War." Register of the Kentucky
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Salisbury, Richard V. "Kentuckians at the Battle
of Buena Vista." Filson Club Quarterly, 61 (January 1987),
Stone, Richard G., Jr. A Brittle Sword: The
Kentucky Militia, 1776-1912. Lexington: University Press
of Kentucky, 1978.
-----. Kentucky Fighting Men, 1861-1945.
Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1982.
Thomas, John B., Jr. "Kentuckians in Texas: Captain
Burr H. Duval's Company at Goliad." Register of the Kentucky
Historical Society, 81 (Summer 1983), pp. 237-254.
Volz, Harry August, III. "Party, State, and Nation:
Kentucky and the Coming of the American Civil War." Ph.D. Dissertation,
University of Virginia, 1982.
Wallace, H. Lew, and James C. Claypool. "Brief
Moments of Glory: Weaver's Warriors--The 192d 'Kentucky' Tank
Battalion in the Philippines." Filson Club History Quarterly,
68 (October 1994), pp. 484-498.
Wright, John D., Jr. "Lexington's Suppression
of the 1920 Will Lockett Lynch Mob." Register of the Kentucky
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Bassham, Ben. "Conrad Wise Chapman: Artist-Soldier
of the Orphan Brigade." Southern Quarterly, 25 (Fall
1986), pp. 40-56.
Brown, Dee Alexander. The Bold Cavaliers: Morgan's
2nd Kentucky Cavalry Raiders. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott,
Brown, Kent Masterson. "'Double Cannister at Ten
Yards': Captain Andrew Cowan at Gettysburg." Filson Club
Historical Quarterly, 59 (July 1985), pp. 293-326.
Davis, William C. The Orphan Brigade: The Kentucky
Confederates Who Couldn't Go Home. Garden City: Doubleday,
Duke, Basil W. A History of Morgan's Cavalry.
Cincinnati: Miami Printing & Publishing Co., 1867. Reprinted
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1960.
Fugate, Thomas W. "Kentucky Colors." Military
Collector and Historian, 43 (Spring 1991), pp. 17-23.
George, Henry. History of the Third, Seventh,
Eighth and Twelfth Kentucky, C.S.A. Louisville: C. T. Dearing
Printing Co., 1911.
Grainger, Gervis D. Four Years With the Boys
in Gray. Dayton: Morningside Bookshop, 1902.
Green, John W. Johnny Green of the Orphan Brigade;
the Journal of a Confederate soldier. Edited by D. A. Kirwan.
Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1956.
Holland, Cecil Fletcher. Morgan and His Raiders.
New York: Macmillan Co., 1942.
Jackman, John S. Diary of a Confederate Soldier:
John S. Jackman of the Orphan Brigade. Edited by William
C. Davis. Columbia University of South Carolina Press, 1990.
[Johnson, Adam Rankin]. The Partisan Rangers
of the Confederate States Army. Louisville: G. G. Fetter,
Kentucky. Adjutant General's Office. Report
of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky: Confederate
Kentucky Volunteers War 1861-65. Frankfort: The State Journal
Miller, William Marion. "Major George W. Rue,
the Captor of General John Morgan." Ohio State Archaeological
and Historical Quarterly, 50 (April-June 1941), pp. 130-134.
[Union units, especially 9th Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry]
Mosgrove, George Dallas. ... Kentucky Cavaliers
in Dixie; Or, the Reminiscences of a Kentucky Cavalryman.
Louisville: Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., 1895.
Smith, John David. "Kentucky Civil War Recruits:
A Medical Profile." Medical History, 24 (April 1980),
Thompson, Edwin Porter. History of the Orphan
Brigade. Louisville: L. N. Thompson, 1898.
-----. History of the First Kentucky Brigade.
Cincinnati: Caxton Publishing House, 1868.
Walden, Geoff. "Company F, Fourth Kentucky Volunteer
Infantry, CSA." Green County Review, 12 (Summer, , 1989),
pp. 52-57, .
Young, Lot D. Reminiscences of a Soldier of
the Orphan Brigade. Louisville: Courier-Journal Job Printing