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The Civil War, 1861-1865

Call Number Subject
E 461 - 464 The Civil War, 1861-1865
E 467 - 467.1 Biography
E 468 - 469.8 Comprehensive works. General histories. Diplomatic history
E 470 - 470.95 Military operations
E 471 - 478.1 By campaign & battle
E 480 - 480.5 Finance. Commerce. Confiscations, etc.
E 482 - 489 Confederate States of America
E 491 - 541 Armies. Troops. The Union Army
E 545 - 586 Armies. Troops. The Confederate States Army
E 591 - 600 Naval history
E 601 - 605 Personal narratives & other accounts
E 607 - 609 Army life. Secret Service. Press. Censorship
E 611 - 616 Prisoners & prisons
E 621 - 625 Medical & hospital services. Sanitary services
E 628 Women
E 629 - 656 Miscellaneous

E 468-469.8 - Comprehensive works. General histories. Diplomatic history

Call Number Subject
E 468-468.9 Comprehensive works. General histories
See also E167 Description & travel, 1861-1865
See also E458+ Causes, aims, etc. of the war
See also E470+ Military operations
See also E482+ The Confederate States of America
See also F214 The Confederate States of America
- E 468 - General works
- E 468.3 - Chronology
See also E470.1 Chronological list of battles
- E 468.5 - Historiography
Including criticisms of histories & textbooks, accuracy & bias of writers
See also E175.85 Criticism of textbooks (General)
- E 468.7 - Pictorial works
Including works important solely or chiefly for the illustrations
- E 468.8 - Soldiers' almanacs
- E 468.9 - General special
Including otherwise unprovided for topics such as propaganda, name
of the war, influence, etc.
See also E488.5 Confederate propaganda in foreign countries
E 469-469.8 Diplomatic history
Including Trent Affair, 1861; Gilmore & Jacquess' conference with Jefferson Davis, 1864;
Hampton Roads Conference, 1865; construction of Confederate war vessels in England
See also E440.5 Washington Peace Conference, 1860
See also E470.95 Confederates in Canada & St. Albans Raid
See also E488 Confederate diplomatic history
See also E596+ Confederate navy
See also F1233 French intervention in Mexico
- E 469 - General works
- E 469.8 - Foreign public opinion
See also E458+ Contemporary addresses on the war

E 467-467.1 - Biography

Call Number Subject
E 467 Collective (Union & Confederate)
For rolls of college men in the war see E541.A+; E586.A+
For prisoners of war see E611+
For nurses see E621+
E 467.1.A-Z Individual, A-Z
Including chiefly lives of commanders & other officers
See also E415.9.A+ Biography of political leaders except a few like
Davis, Stanton & Benjamin whose careers culminated in the war
See also E495+ Regimental officers & privates
See also E545+ Regimental officers & privates
- E 467.1.A2 - Adams, Charles Francis, 1807-1886
- E 467.1.A23 - Adams, John, 1825-1864
- E 467.1.A33 - Alexander, Edward Porter, 1835-1910
- E 467.1.A53 - Anderson, James Patton, 1822-1873
- E 467.1.A8 - Ashby, Turner, 1828-1862
- E 467.1.B15 - Baird, Absalom, 1824-1905
- E 467.1.B23 - Banks, Nathaniel Prentice, 1816-1894
- E 467.1.B25 - Barlow, Francis Channing, 1834-1896
- E 467.1.B38 - Beauregard, Pierre gustave Toutant, 1818-1893
- E 467.1.B394 - Bell, Louis, 1837-1865
- E 467.1.B395 - Bell, Tyree Harris, 1815-1902
- E 467.1.B395 - Benavides, Santos, 1823-1891
- E 467.1.B4 - Benjamin, Judah Philip, 1811-1884
- E 467.1.B46 - Benson, Berry, 1843-1923
- E 467.1.B63 - Blair, Frank Preston, 1821-1875
- E 467.1.B656 - Blunt, James Gillpatrick, 1826-1881
- E 467.1.B73 - Bowen, John Stevens, 1829-1863
- E 467.1.B75 - Bragg, Braxton, 1817-1876
- E 467.1.B768 - Brooke, John Mercer, 1826-1906
- E 467.1.B769 - Brown, John Calvin, 1827-1889
- E 467.1.B78 - Buell, Don Carlos, 1818-1898
- E 467.1.B785 - Buford, John, 1826-1863
- E 467.1.B79 - Burgwyn, Henry King, Jr.., 1841-1863
- E 467.1.B8 - Burnside, Ambrose Everett, 1824-1881
- E 467.1.B85 - Bullock, James Dunwoody, 1823-1901
- E 467.1.B87 - Butler, Benjamin Franklin, 1818-1893
- E 467.1.C27 - Carlin, William Passmore, 1829-1903
- E 467.1.C47 - Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence, 1828-1914
- E 467.1.C48 - Chapman, William Henry, 1840-1929
- E 467.1.C516 - Cheatham, Benjamin Franklin, 1820-1886
- E 467.1.C58 - Cleburne, Patrick Ronayne, 1828-1864
- E 467.1.C83 - Cox, Jacob Dolson, 1828-1900
- E 467.1.C86 - Crook, George, 1829-1890
- E 467.1.C98 - Cushing, William Barker, 1842-1874
- E 467.1.C99 - Custer, George Armstrong, 1839-1876
- E 467.1.D135 - Dahlgren, Ulric, 1842-1864
- E 467.1.D26 - Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889
- E 467.1.D27 - Davis, Varina (Howell). "Mrs. Jefferson Davis," 1808-1889
- E 467.1.D6 - Dodge, Grenville Mellen, 1831-1916
- E 467.1.D72 - Doubleday, Abner, 1819-1893
- E 467.1.D86 - Dudley, Thomas Haines, 1819-1893
- E 467.1.D88 - Duke, Basil Wilson, 1838-1916
- E 467.1.D885 - Duncan, William Berry, 1818-1867
- E 467.1.D89 - Dunham, Charles A., 1832-1900
- E 467.1.D9 - Du Pont, Samuel Francis, 1803-1865
- E 467.1.E13 - Early, Jubal Anderson, 1816-1894
- E 467.1.E52 - Evans, Nathan George, 1824-1868
- E 467.1.E86 - Ewell, Richard Stoddert, 1817-1872
- E 467.1.F23 - Farragut, David Glasgow, 1801-1870
- E 467.1.F58 - Fitch, Le Roy, 1835-1875
- E 467.1.F68 - Foote, Andrew Hull, 1806-1863
- E 467.1.F72 - Forrest, Nathan Bedford, 1821-1877
- E 467.1.F79 - Fox, Gustavus Vasa, 1821-1883
- E 467.1.F83 - Franklin, William Buel, 1823-1903
- E 467.1.F9 - Fritchie, Barbara Hauer, 1766-1862
- E 467.1.G29 - Geary, John White, 1819-1873
- E 467.1.G43 - Gibson, Randall Lee, 1832-1892
- E 467.1.G59 - Gonzales, Ambrosio Jose
- E 467.1.G68 - Gorgas, Josiah, 1818-1883
- E 467.1.G8 - Grierson, Benjamin Henry, 1826-1911
- E 467.1.H18 - Halleck, Henry Wager, 1815-1872
- E 467.1.H19 - Hampton, Wade, 1818-1902
- E 467.1.H2 - Hancock, Winfield Scott, 1824-1886
- E 467.1.H23 - Hardee, William Joseph, 1815-1873
- E 467.1.H48 - Hays, Alexander, 1819-1864
- E 467.1.H49 - Hazen, William Babcock, 1830-1887
- E 467.1.H495 - Heintzelman, Samuel Peter, 1805-1880
- E 467.1.H56 - Hill, Ambrose Powell, 1825-1865
- E 467.1.H575 - Hoke, Robert Frederick, 1837-1912
- E 467.1.H576 - Holmes, Theophilus Hunter, 1804-1880
- E 467.1.H58 - Hood, John Bell, 1831-1879
- E 467.1.H6 - Hooker, Joseph, 1814-1879
- E 467.1.H8 - Howard, Oliver Otis, 1830-1909
- E 467.1.H883 - Huger, Benjamin, 1805-1877
- E 467.1.H89 - Hunt, Henry Jackson, 1819-1889
- E 467.1.H9 - Hunter, David, 1802-1886
- E 467.1.H95 - Hurlbut, Stephen Augustus, 1815-1882
- E 467.1.I42 - Imboden, John Daniel, 1823-1895
- E 467.1.J15 - Jackson, Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall," 1824-1863
- E 467.1.J6 - Johnson, Bushrod Rust, 1817-1880
- E 467.1.J73 - Johnston, Albert Sidney, 1803-1862
- E 467.1.J79 - Jones, Patrick Henry, 1830-1900
- E 467.1.J794 - Jones, William Edmonson, 1824-1864
- E 467.1.K22 - Kautz, August Valentine, 1828-1895
- E 467.1.K24 - Kearny, Philip, 1815-1862
- E 467.1.K345 - Kilpatrick, Judson, 1836-1881
- E 467.1.K35 - Kirby Smith, Edmund, 1824-1893
- E 467.1.L24 - Lander, Frederick West, 1821-1862
- E 467.1.L35 - Lazelle, Henry Martyn, 1832-1917
- E 467.1.L39 - Lee, Fitzhugh, 1835-1905
- E 467.1.L4 - Lee, Robert Edward, 1807-1870
- E 467.1.L417 - Lee, Samuel Phillips, 1812-1897
- E 467.1.L42 - Lee, Stephen Dill, 1833-1908
- E 467.1.L43 - Lee, William Henry Fitzhugh, 1837-1891
- E 467.1.L45 - Leventhorpe, Collett, 1815-1889
- E 467.1.L48 - Lockwood, Henry, 1814-1899
- E 467.1.L55 - Longstreet, James, 1821-1904
- E 467.1.L6 - Lowell, Charles Russell, 1835-1864
- E 467.1.L9 - Lyon, Nathaniel, 1818-1861
- E 467.1.M2 - McClellan, George Brinton, 1826-1885
- E 467.1.M23 - McClernand, John Alexander, 1812-1900
- E 467.1.M29 - McGuire, Hunter Holmes, 1835-1900
- E 467.1.M35 - Maffitt, John Newland, 1819-1886
- E 467.1.M36 - Magruder, John Bankhead, 1807-1871
- E 467.1.M3742 - McKinstry, Justus, 1814-1897
- E 467.1.M3744 - McLaws, Lafayette, 1821-1897
- E 467.1.M38 - Meade, George Gordon, 1815-1872
- E 467.1.M4 - Meagher, Thomas Francis, 183-1867
- E 467.1.M43 - Meigs, John Rodgers, 1842-1864
- E 467.1.M44 - Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham, 1816-1892
- E 467.1.M54 - Milroy, Robert Huston, 1816-1890
- E 467.1.M6 - Mitchell, Ormsby MacKnight, 1809-1862
- E 467.1.M86 - Morgan, John Hunt, 1825-1864
- E 467.1.M87 - Mosby, John Singleton, 1833-1916
- E 467.1.M94 - Myers, Abraham Charles, 1811-1889
- E 467.1.N45 - Nelson, William, 1824-1862
- E 467.1.N5 - Nicolay, John George, 1832-1901
- E 467.1.O18 - Oates, William Calvin, 1835-1910
- E 467.1.O66 - Opdycke, Samuel Emerson, 1830-1884
- E 467.1.O88 - Osterhaus, Peter, 1823-1917
- E 467.1.P23 - Paine, Eleazar A., 1815-1882
- E 467.1.P36 - Pelham, John, 1838-1863
- E 467.1.P367 - Pender, William Dorsey, 1834-1863
- E 467.1.P368 - Pendleton, Alexander Swift, 1840-1864
- E 467.1.P44 - Perkins, Simon, 1838-1911
- E 467.1.P63 - Pillow, Gideon Johnson, 1806-1878
- E 467.1.P65 - Poe, Orlando Metcalfe, 1832-1895
- E 467.1.P66 - Polignac, Camille Armand Jules Marie, Prince de, 1832-1913
- E 467.1.P7 - Polk, Leonidas, 1806-1864
- E 467.1.P76 - Pope, John, 1822-1892
- E 467.1.P8 - Porter, Fitz John, 1822-1901
- E 467.1.P86 - Preston, William, 1816-1887
- E 467.1.P87 - Price, Sterling, 1809-1867
- E 467.1.R2 - Ramseur, Stephen Dodson, 1837-1864
- E 467.1.R23 - Randolph, George Wythe, 1818-1867
- E 467.1.R237 - Ransom, Matthew Whitaker, 1826-1904
- E 467.1.R27 - Read, Charles William, 1840-1890
- E 467.1.R54 - Richardson, Israel Bush, 1815-1862
- E 467.1.R58 - Ripley, Roswell Sabine, 1823-1887
- E 467.1.R7 - Rosecrans, William Starke, 1819-1898
- E 467.1.R76 - Rosser, Thomas Lafayette, 1836-1910
- E 467.1.R78 - Rowley, Thomas Algeo, 1808-1892
- E 467.1.S18 - Salm Salm, Agnes Elisabeth Winona Leclerq Joy, Prinzessin zu, 1840-1912
- E 467.1.S2 - Sanford, George Bliss, 1842-1908
- E 467.1.S35 - Schofield, John McAllister, 1831-1906
- E 467.1.S4 - Sedgwick, John, 1813-1864
- E 467.1.S47 - Semmes, Raphael, 1809-1877
- E 467.1.S53 - Shelby, Joseph Orville, 1830-1897
- E 467.1.S54 - Sheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-1888
- E 467.1.S55 - Sherman, William Tecumseh, 1820-1891
- E 467.1.S56 - Sibley, Henry Hopkins, 1816-1886
- E 467.1.S594 - Simmons, William Eleazar, 1839-1931
- E 467.1.S63 - Slocum, Henry Warner, 1826-1894
- E 467.1.S68 - Smith, Charles Ferguson, 1807-1862
- E 467.1.S76 - Smyth, Thomas Alfred, 1832-1865
- E 467.1.S8 - Stanton, Edwin McMasters, 1814-1869
- E 467.1.S838 - Stedman, Charles Ellery, 1831-1909
- E 467.1.S85 - Stephens, Alexander Hamilton, 1812-1883
- E 467.1.S863 - Stewart, Alexander Peter, 1821-1908
- E 467.1.S9 - Stuart, J.E.B. (James Ewell Brown), 1833-1864
- E 467.1.S96 - Sumner, Edwin Vose, 1797-1863
- E 467.1.S98 - Sweeny, Thomas William, 1820-1892
- E 467.1.T4 - Thomas, George Henry, 1816-1870
- E 467.1.T46 - Thomas, William Holland, 1805-1893
- E 467.1.T47 - Thompson, Meriwether Jeff, 1826-1876
- E 467.1.T55 - Tilghman, Lloyd, 1816-1863
- E 467.1.T7 - Trenholm, George Alfred, 1806-1876
- E 467.1.T75 - Trimble, Isaac Ridgeway, 1802-1888
- E 467.1.T85 - Turchin, John Basil, 1822-1901
- E 467.1.V2 - Van Dorn, Earl, 1820-1863
- E 467.1.V5 - Villard, Henry, 1835-1900
- E 467.1.W13 - Wadsworth, James Samuel, 1807-1864
- E 467.1.W2 - Wallace, Lew, 1827-1905
- E 467.1.W3 - Wallace, William Hervy Lamme, 1821-1862
- E 467.1.W4 - Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882
- E 467.1.W43 - Watie, Stand, 1806-1871
- E 467.1.W46 - Welles, Gideon, 1802-1878
- E 467.1.W5 - Wheeler, Joseph, 1836-1906
- E 467.1.W65 - Wilcox, Cadmus Marcellus, 1824-1890
- E 467.1.W68 - Wild, Edward Augustus, 1825-1891
- E 467.1.W715 - Willcox, Orlando Bolivar, 1823-1907
- E 467.1.W72 - Williams, Alpheus Starkey, 1810-1878
- E 467.1.W73 - Williams, James Monroe, 1833-1907
- E 467.1.W74 - Wilson, James Harrison, 1837-1925
- E 467.1.W76 - Winder, John Henry, 1800-1865
- E 467.1.W86 - Wood, John Taylor, 1830-1904
- E 467.1.W87 - Wood, Thomas John, 1823-1906

E 461-464 - The Civil War, 1861-1865

Call Number Subject
E 461 Periodicals
For Confederate periodicals see E482
E 462-462.99 Societies of veterans, etc.
- E 462 - General works
- E 462.1 - Grand Army of the Republic
E 463 Patriotic societies during the war
Including Loyal League of Union Citizens, Loyal National League of the
State of New York, Loyal Publication Society
E 464 Collections. Collected works
Including papers read before Loyal Legion, Grand Army of the Republic
See also E458+ Collections of political pamphlets
See also E484 Confederate collections
See also E655 Anecdotes of the Civil War

E 470-470.95 - Military operations

Call Number Subject
E 470 General works
Including campaigns & battles (General); military histories of the war;
narratives of commanders
For works restricted to a special region, campaign or battle see E470+
For lists of battles see E470.1
See also E468+ General histor of the war
See also E601+ Personal narratives of minor officers & privates
E 470.1 Battles (Alphabetical or chronological lists)
For individual battles see E471+
E 470.2-470.95 By region
Including military operations of individual armies
- E 470.2-470.3 - Eastern border states
Including Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia & Pennsylvania.
Army of the James, Army of the Potomac, Army of Virginia, Army
of Northern Virginia (C.S.A.)
For personal narratives of service in the Army of the Potomac, if not classed
under campaign or regiment, see E601, rather than E470.2
- - E 470.2 - - General works
- - E 470.3 - - Shenandoah Valley
Including the Romney Campaign
See also E473.74 Operations in the Shenandoah Valley, May 15-Jun 17, 1862
See also E476.66 Operations in the Shenandoah Valley, Jun 23-Aug 3, 1864
See also E477.33 Operations in the Shenandoah Valley, Aug 7-Nov 28, 1864
- E 470.4-470.45 - Western border states
Including Ohio Valley & central Mississippi Valley (West Virginia, Kentucky,
Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas). Army of West Virginia
- - E 470.4 - - General works
- - E 470.45 - - Border warfare. Guerrillas
- E 470.5 - Cumberland & Tennessee Valleys. Chattanooga region
Including armies of the Cumberland & the Tennessee, Army of Tennessee (C.S.A.)
- E 470.6 - Lower South
Including North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia & regions west
For Sherman's march see E476.69
- E 470.65 - South Atlantic coast line
Including siege of Charleston, 1863-1865; supplies for Savannah
For naval operations & blockade running see E591+
See also E475.6+ Engagements in Charleston Harbor, 1863
See also E476.4+ Engagements in Charleston Harbor, 1864
- E 470.7 - Gulf States
Including Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas
For naval operations & blockade running see E591+
- E 470.8 - Mississippi Valley
- E 470.9 - Trans-Mississippi region
Including Texas, Indian Territory, Kansas, New Mexico, Missouri,
Arkansas, etc. Army of the Pacific
- E 470.95 - Northern frontier of the United States
Including Confederates in Canada; St. Albans (VT) Raid, 1864

E 471-478.1 - By campaign & battle

A history of a regiment in a particular campaign or battle is classed in E471-478, rather than E495-582
The literature of the national military parks at Chickamauga & Chattanooga, Gettysburg, Vicksburg, etc. is classed with the battle as are descriptive works dealing with the battlefield
Guidebooks to individual battlefields or campaigns are classed with the battle or campaign in E471-478.1; guidebooks to the battlefields of a state, region, city, etc., in general are classed with guidebooks of the place in F, e.g., F224.3, Virginia; F44.C4, Chattanooga
Naval operations in connection with military movements are classed here, rather than in E591
See also E467.1.A+ Biography of leaders
See also E468+ Comprehensive histories of the war
See also E470 General military histories, & memoirs of commanders
See also E470.2+ Military operations by region, & history of armies
See also E493.1 History of corps & divisions
See also E493.5 History of brigades
See also E495+ History of regiments
See also E547 History of corps, divisions, & brigades
See also E551+ History of regiments

Call Number Subject
E 471-471.57 Opening events
- E 471 - General works
- E 471.1 - South Carolina, Dec 20, 1860-Apr 14, 1861
Including Charleston Harbor (Fort Sumter)
- E 471.5-471.57 - Other southern states
See also E440.5 General political history
See also E458.1 General political history
See also E551+ General political history
- - E 471.57 - - Arkansas, Indian Territory & Missouri, Feb 7-May 9, 1861
E 472-1-472.183 Maryland, Pennsylvania & Virginia & West Virginia, Apr 16-Jul 31, 1861
- E 472.17 - Campaign in West Virginia, Jul 6-17
Including Battle of Rich Mountain, Jul 11; Battle of Scary Creek, Jul 17
- E 472.18-472.183 - Bull Run Campaign, Jul 16-22
Including First battle of Bull Run (Manassas), Jul 21
- - E 472.183 - - Manassas National Battlefield Park
E 472.2-472.28 Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas & Indian Territory, May 10-Nov 19, 1861
Including battles of Carthage, MO, Jul 5; Athens, MO, Aug 5;
Fredericktown, Mo., Oct 17-21
- E 472.23 - Battle of Wilson's Creek, Aug 10
- E 472.28 - Engagement at Belmont, MO, & demonstration from Paducah
upon Columbus, KY, Nov 7
E 472.6-472.63 Maryland, northern Virginia & West Virginia, Aug 1, 1861-Mar 17, 1862
Including battles of Kessler's Cross Lanes, WV, Aug 26; Carnifex Ferry, WV,
Sep 10; Cheat Mountain, WV, Sep 12-15; Greenbrier River, WV, Oct 3
- E 472.63 - Operations on the Potomac near Leesburg, VA
Including engagement at Ball's Bluff & action near Edward's Ferry, Oct 21-24
E 472.8-472.88 West Florida, southern Alabama, southern Mississippi, & Louisiana,
Sep 1, 1861-May 12, 1862
- E 472.88 - Bombardment & capture of Forts Jackson & Saint Philip & occupation
of New Orleans, by Union Forces, Apr 18-May 1
See also E510+ General Butler's government of Louisiana
E 472.9-472.97 Kentucky, Tennessee, north Alabama & southwest Virginia,
Nov 19, 1861-Mar 4, 1862

Including Anna E. Carroll's claim; battles of Rowlett's Station, KY, Dec 17, 1861;
Middle Creek, KY, Jan 10, 1862; Mill Springs, KY, Jan 19, 1862
- E 472.96 - Capture of Fort Henry, TN, Feb 6
- E 472.97 - Siege & capture of Fort Donelson, TN, Feb 12-16
E 473.1-473.17 Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas & Indian Territory, Nov 19, 1861-Apr 10, 1862
- E 473.15 - Operations at New Madrid, MO, & Island No. 10, & descent upon Union City, TN,
Feb 28-Apr 8
E 473.2 Southeastern Virginia, Jan 11-Mar 17, 1862
Including naval engagement in Hampton Roads, Merrimac & Monitor
E 473.3-473-34 North Carolina, Jan 11-Aug 20, 1862
Including Burnside's Expedition; seige of Fort Macon, NC, Mar 23-26; Battle of
South Mills, Apr 19; & capture of Elizabeth City, NC, Sep 10
- E 473.31 - Battle of Roanoke Island, Feb 8
E 473.4-473.46 Texas, New Mexico & Arizona, Feb 1-Sep 20, 1862
Including battles of Valverde, NM, Feb 20-21, Glorieta Pass, NM, Mar 26-28,
Nueces River, Aug 10
E 473.5-473.59 Kentucky, Tennessee, northern Mississippi, northern Alabama, & southwest
Virginia, Mar 4-Jun 10, 1862

Including Battle of Memphis, TN, Jun 6
- E 473.54 - Battle of Shiloh, Apr 6-7
Including Shiloh National Military Park
- E 473.55 - Raid on Confederate line of communication between Chattanooga, TN,
& Marietta, GA, Apr 7-12
Including Andrews' railroad raid
- E 473.56 - Advance upon & siege of Corinth, MS, & pursuit of the Confederate forces,
Apr 29-Jun 10
E 473.6-473.68 Peninsular campaign, VA, Mar 17-Sep 2, 1862
Including Battle of Hanover Court House, VA, May 27
- E 473.63 - Battle of Williamsburg, May 5
- E 473.65 - Battle of Fair Oaks, May 31-Jun 1
- E 473.68 - Seven days' battles, Jun 25-Jul 1
Including Battles of Mechanicsville (Beaver Dam Creek), Jun 26; Gaines' Mill,
Jun 27; White Oak Swamp, Jun 28-30; Savage Station, Jun 29; Glendale
(Frayser's Farm), Jun 30; Malvern Hill, Jul 1
E 473.7-473.772 Northern Virginia, West Virginia & Maryland, Mar 17-Sep 2, 1862
Including General Pope's Virginia campaign; battles of McDowell, VA, May 8;
Port Republic, Jun 9
- E 473.74 - Operations in the Shenandoah Valley, May 15-Jun 17
Including 1st Battle of Winchester, May 25; Battle of Cross Keys, VA, Jun 8
- E 473.76 - Battle of Cedar Mountain, Aug 9
- E 473.77 - Campaign in northern Virginia, Aug 16-Sep 2
Including Battles of Groveton, Aug 28-29; Bull Run (Second battle), Aug 30;
Chantilly, Sep 1
- - E 473.772 - - Fitz-John Porter Case
E 474.1-474.18 West Florida, southern Alabama, southern Mississippi & Louisiana, May 12, 1862-
May 14, 1863. Texas, New Mexico & Arizona, Sep 20, 1862-May 14, 1863

Including Battle of Galveston, Jan 1, 1863
For Grierson's raid, Apr 17-May 2, 1863 see E475.23
E 474.3-474.39 Kentucky, middle & east Tennessee, north Alabama & southwest Virginia,
Jun 10-Oct 31, 1862

Including Battle of Snow's Pond, KY, Sep 25
- E 474.39 - Battle of Perryville, KY, Oct 8
E 474.4-474.48 West Tennessee & northern Mississippi, Jun 10, 1862-Jan 20, 1863
- E 474.42 - Engagement at Iuka, MS, Sep 19
- E 474.44 - Battle of Corinth, MS, & pursuit of the Confederate forces, Oct 3-12
E 474.6-474.67 Northern Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland & Pennsylvania, Sep 3-Nov 14, 1862
- E 474.61 - The Maryland campaign, Sep 3-20
Including siege of Harper's Ferry, Sep 14-15; & battles of Crampton's Gap, MD,
Sep 14; & South Mountain, MD, Sep 14
- E 474.65 - Battle of Antietam, Sep 17
Including Antietam National Cemetery
E 474.7-474.77 Kentucky, middle & east Tennessee, north Alabama & southwest Virginia,
Nov 1, 1862-Jan 20, 1863
- E 474.77 - The Stone's River or Murfreesboro, TN campaign, Dec 26-Jan 5
Including Stones River National Military Park
E 474.8-474.85 Northern Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland & Pennsylvania,
Nov 15, 1862-Jan 25, 1863
- E 474.85 - Battle of Fredericksburg, VA, Dec 11-15
Including Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania County National Military Park
E 474.9-474.98 Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Indian Territory & the Department of the Northwest,
Nov 20, 1862-Dec 31, 1863

Including battles of Cane Hill, AR, Nov 28, 1862; Chalk Bluff, May 1-2, 1863;
Helena, AR, Jul 4, 1863; Honey Springs, OK, Jul 17, 1863; & Baxter Springs,
KS, Oct 6, 1863
- E 474.92 - Battle of Prairie Grove, AR, Dec 7, 1862
- E 474.97 - Quantrill's raid into Kansas & pursuit by Union forces, Aug 20-28
Including the Lawrence massacre & burning, Aug 21
E 475.2-475.29 Mississippi & west Tennessee
Including operations in Arkansas & Louisiana connected with the siege of Vicksburg,
Jan 20-Aug 10, 1863
- E 475.23 - Grierson's raid from La Grange, TN, to Baton Rouge, LA, Apr 17-May 2
- E 475.27 - Siege of Vicksburg, MS, May 19-Jul 4
Including Vicksburg National Military Park
E 475.3-475.38 Northern Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland & Pennsylvania, Jan 26-Jun 3, 1863
Including Battle of Kelly's Ford, Mar 17
- E 475.35 - The Chancellorsville campaign, Apr 27-May 6
Including the Battle of Salem Church, May 3-4
E 475.4-475.42 West Florida, southern Alabama, southern Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas &
New Mexico, May 14-Dec 31, 1863

Including engagements at Milliken's Bend, Jun 7 & Sabine Pass, Sep 8
- E 475.42 - Siege of Port Hudson, LA, May 22-Jul 8
E 475.5-475.582 North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania & Department
of the East, Jun 3-Aug 3, 1863

Including 2nd Battle of Winchester, VA, Jun 12-15; Battle of Middleburg, VA, Jun 17-18
See also F128.44 Draft riots in New York City, Jun 13-16
- E 475.51 - The Gettysburg campaign, Jun 3-Aug 1
Including battles of brandy Station, VA, Jun 9; Hanover, PA, Jun 30
- E 475.53 - Battle of Gettysburg
- E 475.55 - Gettysburg national Cemetery
Including dedication, national monument & Lincoln's Gettysburg address
- E 475.56 - Gettysburg National Military Park
Including state, regimental & other monuments
E 475.6-475.68 Coasts of South Carolina & Georgia, Middle & east Florida,
Jun 12-Dec 31, 1863
- E 475.6 - General works
- E 475.62 - Charleston Harbor, Apr-Dec, 1863
- E 475.63 - Operations on Morris Island, SC, Jul 10-Sep 7
Including attack & fall of Battery Wagner
E 475.7-475.78 North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland & Pennsylvania,
Aug 4-Dec 31, 1863

Including Battle of white Sulphur Springs, WV, Aug 26-27; Battle of Bulltown, WV,
Oct 13; 2nd Battle of Rappahannock Station, Nov 7; Salem Raid, Dec 8-25
- E 475.76 - Expeditions from Beverly & Charleston against Lewisburg, WV, Nov 1-7
Including Battle of Droop Mountain, WV, Nov 6
E 475.8-475.88 Kentucky, southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, north Alabama
& north Georgia, Aug 11-Oct 19, 1863

Including Battle of Blue Springs, TN, Oct 10
- E 475.81 - Chickamauga, GA, campaign, Aug 16-Sep 22
Including Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Park
E 475.9-475.97 Kentucky, southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, north Alabama
& north Georgia, Oct 20-Dec 31, 1863

Including Battle of Mossy Creek, TN, Dec 29
- E 475.94 - Knoxville, TN campaign, Nov 4-Dec 23
Including Battle of Campbell's Station, Nov 16; attack upon Fort Sanders,
Nov 29; & siege of Knoxville
- E 475.97 - Chattanooga-Ringgold campaign, Nov 23-27
Including battles of Lookout Mountain & Missionary Ridge
E 476.1-476.17 Kentucky, southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama & north Georgia,
Jan 1-Apr 30, 1864

Including Battle of Cloyds Mountain, VA, May 9
- E 476.14 - The Meridian, MS expedition, Feb 3-Mar 6
Including cooperating expeditions from Memphis & up the Yazoo River; 
Battle of Okolona, Feb 22
- E 476.17 - Forrest's expedition into west Tennessee & Kentucky, Mar 16-Apr 14
Including Massacre at Fort Pillow, Apr 12
E 476.2-476.27 North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland & Pennsylvania,
Jan 1-Apr 30, 1864
Including Battle of Plymouth, VA, Apr 17-20
- E 476.27 - Kilpatrick's expedition against Richmond, Feb 28-Mar 4
Including Dahlgren's raid
E 476.3-476.35 Louisiana & the trans-Mississippi states & territories, Jan 1-Jun 30, 1864
Including Battle of Calcasieu Pass, LA, May 6
- E 476.33 - Red River, LA campaign, Mar 10-May 22
Including battles of Mansfield, LA, Apr 8; Pleasant Hill, LA, Apr 9
- E 476.35 - Camden, AR expedition, Mar 23-May 3
Including battles of Fitzhugh's Woods, Apr 1; Poison Spring, Apr 18;
Marks' Mill, Apr 25; Jenkins' Ferry, Apr 30
E 476.4-476.43 South Carolina, Florida & coast of Georgia, Jan 1-Nov 13, 1864
Including Battle of Chapman's Fort, May 26
- E 476.4 - General works
- E 476.43 - Florida expedition, Feb 5-22
Including Battle of Olustee, Feb 20
E 476.5-476.59 Southeastern Virginia & North Carolina, May 1-Jun 12, 1864
- E 476.52 - Campaign from the Rapidan to the James, May 4-Jun 12
Including Overland Campaign: battles of the Wilderness, May 5-7;
Spotsylvania, May 8-21; Nort Anna River, May 23-26; Wilson's Wharf, VA,
May 24; Totopotomoy Creek, VA, May 26-30; Hawes Shops, VA, May 28;
Cold Harbor, Jun 3
- E 476.57 - Operations on the south side of the James, May 4-Jun 2
Including Battle of Drewrys Bluff, VA, May 12-16
& Bermuda Hundred, VA, May 16-30
E 476.6-476.66 Northern Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland & Pennsylvania,
May 1-Aug 3, 1864

Including Battle of Piedmont, Jun 5; Battle of Trevilian Station, VA, Jun 11-12
- E 476.64 - Engagement at New Market, VA, May 15
- E 476.66 - Operations in the Shenandoah Valley, Maryland & Pennsylvania, Jun 23-Aug 3
Including Battle of Cool Spring, VA, Jul 17-18; Battle of Rutherford's Farm,
Jul 20; 2nd Battle of Kernstown, VA, Jul 24, 1864; & Maryland campaign:
Battle of Monocacy River, Jul 9; attack on Fort Stevens, Washington, DC, Jul 11-12
E 476.69 Sherman's march, May 1864-Apr 1865
See also E476.7 Atlanta, GA campaign, May 1-Sep 8, 1864
See also E477.41 Savannah campaign, Nov 15-Dec 21
See also E477.7 North Carolina (from Feb 1), South Carolina, southern Georgia,
& east Florida, Jan 1-Jun 30, 1865
E 476.7 Atlanta, GA campaign, May 1-Sep 8, 1864
Including battles of Resaca, May 13-15; New Hope Church, May 24-28;
Pickett's Mill, May 27; Kennesaw Mountain, Jun 27; Peachtree Creek, Jul 20;
Ezra Church, Jul 28; Jonesboro (Jonesborough), Aug 31-Sep 1; capture of Atlanta, Sep 1
Including Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
E 476.8-476.87 Kentucky, southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama & north Georgia,
May 1-Nov 13, 1864

Including Battle of Blue Springs, TN, Aug 23 & Battle of Johnsonville, Nov 4-5
For Atlanta campaign see E476.7
- E 476.84 - Expedition from La Grange, TN to Tupelo, MS, Jul 5-21
Including Battle of Tupelo, MS, Jul 14-15
- E 476.85 - Operations in Mobile Bay, Aug 2-23
E 476.9-476.93 Southeastern Virginia & North Carolina, Jun 13-Jul 31, 1864
- E 476.91-476.93 - Richmond campaign, Jun 13-Jul 31
Including Wilson-Kautz Raid, VA, Jun 22-29
- - E 476.93 - - Siege of Petersburg. Battle of Petersburg Crater
Including Petersburg National Military Park & battles of Deep Bottom,
Jul 27-29; Ream's Station, Aug 22-25; Boydton Plank Road, Oct 27-28
E 477.1-477.16 Louisiana & the trans-Mississippi states & territories, Jul 1-Dec 31, 1864
Including 2nd Battle of Cabin Creek, OK, Sep 19
See also E83.863 Indian campaigns in Dakota
- E 477.16 - Price's Missouri expedition, Aug 29-Dec 2
Including Battles of Pilot Knob, Sep 27; Westport, Oct 21-23; Big Blue,
Oct 22; Mine Creek, KS, Oct 25
E 477.2-477.28 Southeastern Virginia & North Carolina, Aug 1-Dec 31, 1864
- E 477.28 - Expedition to & operations against Fort Fisher, NC, Dec 7-27
E 477.3-477.33 Northern Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, & Pennsylvania,
Aug 4-Dec 31, 1864
- E 477.33 - Shenandoah Valley campaign, Aug 7-Nov 28
Including Battles of Winchester, Sep 19; Fisher's Hill, Sep 22; Tom's Brook,
Oct 9; Cedar Creek, Oct 19
E 477.4-477.44 South Carolina, Georgia & Florida, Nov 14-Dec 31, 1864
- E 477.41 - Savannah campaign, Nov 15-Dec 21
Including Battle of griswoldville, GA, Nov 22
E 477.5-477.52 Kentucky, southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama & north Georgia,
Nov 14, 1864-Jan 23, 1865
- E 477.52 - Campaign in north Alabama & middle Tennessee, Nov 14, 1864-Jan 23, 1865
Including Battles of Spring Hill, TN, Nov 29; Franklin, TN, Nov 30; Nashville, Dec 15-16
E 477.6-477.675 Northern & southeastern Virginia, North Carolina (Jan 1-31), West Virginia,
Maryland & Pennsylvania, Jan 1-Jun 30, 1865
- E 477.61 - Richmond campaign, Jan 1-Apr 3
Including attack on Fort Stedman, mar 25; attack on Fort Gregg, Apr 2; 
evacuation of Petersburg, Apr 2
- E 477.67 - Appomattox campaign, Mar 29-Apr 9
Including Battles of Gravelly Run, Diwiddie Courthouse, Five Forks, Sailor's Creek
E 477.7-477.75 North Carolina (from Feb 1), South Carolina, southern Georgia & east Florida,
Jan 1-Jun 30, 1865

Including Sherman's March through the Carolinas & battles of Aiken, SC, Feb 11;
Wise's Forks, Mar 7-10; Monroe's Crossroads, NC, Mar 10; Bentonville, NC,
Mar 19-21; Asheville, NC, Apr 6; Potter's Raid, NC, Apr 9
- E 477.75 - Capture & burning of Columbia, SC, Feb 17-18
E 477.8 Louisiana & the trans-Mississippi states & territories, Jan 1-Jun 30, 1865
Including Battle of Palmito Ranch, TX, May 12-13
See also E83.863 Indian campaigns
E 477.9-477.98 Kentucky, southwestern Virginia, Tennessee, northern & central Georgia,
Mississippi, Alabama & West Florida, Jan 1-Jun 30, 1865

Including Battle of Natural Bridge, mar 6; Stoneman's raid, Mar 24-Apr 15;
Gillem's raid, Apr 15-25
- E 477.96 - Wilson's raid from Chickasaw to Selma, AL & Macon, GA, Mar 22-Apr 24
Including capture of Columbis, GA, Apr 16; Battle of West Point, GA, Apr 16
- E 477.98 - Pursuit & capture of Jefferson Davis, May 1-10

E 480-480.5 - Finance. Commerce. Confiscations, etc.

Call Number Subject
E 480 Finance. Commerce. Confiscations, etc.
Including abandoned & confiscable property, blockade, government contracts, purchase
of products from insurgents, war claims
See also HF3027.6 History of U.S. commerce during Civil War
See also HJ251+ Public finance of the Civil War
See also HJ2371+ Revenue & taxation during Civil War
- E 480.5 - Confederate States of America

E 482-489 - Confederate States of America

Call Number Subject
E 482 Periodicals
E 483-483.99 Societies
- E 483.5 - United Daughters of the Confederacy
- E 483.7 - Southern Historical Society
- E 483.99.A-Z - Other societies, A-Z
E 484 Collections. Collected works
  Biography (Collected & individual) see E467+
  Description & travel, social conditions, etc., see F214
E 487 History (General). Political history
Including adinistration of Jefferson Davis & memoirs & reminiscences of
civil officials & noncombatants
See also E458+ Political history & causes of the war
See also E468+ General histories of the war
See also E470+ Military operations
See also JK9663+ C.S.A. documents
E 488 Diplomatic history
See also E469+ Diplomatic history of the United States
See also E596+ Confederate navy
  Military history see E470.2+; E545+
  Naval history see E591+
  Economic history see HC105.65
  Hospitals see E625
  Military prisons see E611
E 488.5 Propaganda in foreign countries
  Secret Service, Signal Corps see E608
  Union men in the South see E458.7
E 489 Other

E 491-541 - Armies. Troops. The Union Army

Call Number Subject
E 491 General works
Including administration, organization, volunteering, conscription, Southern federals,
statistics, numbers & losses, Civil War medals of honor, transportation, supplies
E 492-494 Arms of the service
- E 492.3-492.7 - United States regular troops
For general histories of regular army organizations see UA24+
- - E 492.4 - - Infantry
- - E 492.5 - - Cavalry
- - E 492.6 - - Artillery
- - E 492.7 - - Other
Including Balloon Service, Corps of Engineers, Sharpshooters
For Secret Service, Signal Corps see E608
- E 492.9-492.95 - African American regiments
For various state regiments of African Americans see E495+
For general subject of African Americans in the war see E540.N3
- - E 492.94 - - Infantry
- - E 492.95 - - Cavalry
- E 493.1 - Corps. Divisions
- E 493.5 - Brigades
A brigade consisting entirely of troops from a single state whether infantry or
cavalry, may be classed in E496-537, subdivision ".4" under state number
- - E 493.5.D96 - - Duryée's brigade
- - E 493.5.I683 - - Irish Brigade
- - E 493.5.I7 - - Iron Brigade
- E 494 - Registers, lists of the dead & wounded, etc.
Including lists of soldiers & officers from more than one state & veterans
residing in particular states
For lists of prisoners see E611
E 495-537.9 By state
Including state political history, 1861-1865; quotas in the war; war governors
For military operations in a state see E470.2+
For relief organizations see E629
For a comprehensive history of a state militia regiment see UA50+
- E 495-495.9 - Alabama
For Lower South military operations see E470.6
For Gulf States military operations see E470.7
For campaigns & battles see E471+
For Confederate history see E551+
- E 496-496.9 - Arkansas
For general military operations see E470.4+
For campaigns & battles see E470.8; E470.9; E471+
For Confederate history see E471.57; E553+
- - E 496 - - General works
- - E 496.5-496.9 - - Military organizations
- E 497-497.9 - California
- - E 497 - - General works
- - E 497.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, 
lists of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- E 498-498.9 - Colorado
- - E 498.5-498.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 498.6 - - - Cavalry
- - - E 498.9 - - - Other
- E 499-499.9 - Connecticut
- - E 499 - - General works
- - E 499.5-499.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 499.5 - - - Infantry
- E 501-501.9 - District of Columbia
For campaigns & battles see E470.2+; E471+
- E 502-502.9 - Florida
For Lower South military operations see E470.6
For Gulf States military operations see #470.7
For campaigns & battles see E471+
For Confederate history see E558+
- - E 502 - - General works
- - E 502.3 - - Lists of soldiers. Lists of the state's dead
- - E 502.5-502.9 - - Military organizations
- E 503-503.9 - Georgia
For Lower South military operations see E470.6
For campaigns & battles see E471+
For Confederate history see E559+
- - E 503 - - General works
- - E 503.5-503.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 503.6 - - - Cavalry
- E 505-505.9 - Illinois
For general military operations see E470.4+
For campaigns & battles see E471+
- - E 505 - - General works
- - E 505.5-505.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 505.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 505.6 - - - Cavalry
- - - E 505.8 - - - Artillery, Light
- E 505.95 - Indian Territory
- E 506-506.9 - Indiana
For general military operations see E470.4+
For campaigns & battles see E471+
- - E 506 - - General works
- - E 506.5-506.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 506.5 - - - Infantry
- E 507-507.9 - Iowa
- - E 507 - - General works
- - E 507.5-507.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 507.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 507.9 - - - Other
- E 508-508.9 - Kansas
For campaigns & battles see E470.9; E471+
- - E 508 - - General works
- - E 508.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, 
lists of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 508.5-508.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 508.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 508.6 - - - Cavalry
- E 509-509.9 - Kentucky
For general military operations see E470.4+
For campaigns & battles see E470.5; E470.8; E471+
For Confederate history see E564+
- - E 509 - - General works
- - E 509.5-509.9 - - Military organizations
- - E 509.5 - - - Infantry
- - E 509.6 - - - Cavalry
- E 510-510.9 - Louisiana
Including the administration of the Department of the Gulf by General
Benjamin Franklin Butler in 1862
For Gulf States military operations see E470.7
For campaigns & battles see E470.8; E471+
For Confederate history see E565+
- - E 510 - - General works
- - E 510.5-510.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 510.5 - - - Infantry
- E 511-511.9 - Maine
- - E 511.5-511.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 511.5 - - - Infantry
- E 512-512.9 - Maryland
For prisoners of state see E458.8
For campaigns & battles see E470.2+; E471+
For Confederate history see E566+
- - E 512 - - General works
- - E 512.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, 
lists of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- E 513-513.9 - Massachusetts
- - E 513 - - General works
- - E 513.5-513.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 513.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 513.6 - - - Cavalry
- - - E 513.8 - - - Artillery, Light
- - - E 513.9 - - - Other
- E 514-514.9 - Michigan
- - E 514.5-514.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 514.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 514.6 - - - Cavalry
- - - E 514.9 - - - Other
- E 515-515.9 - Minnesota
For Indian wars see E83.86; E83.863
- - E 515 - - General works
- - E 515.5-515.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 515.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 515.8 - - - Artillery, Light
- E 516-516.9 - Mississippi
For Lower South military operations see E470.6
For Gulf States military operations see E470.7
For campaigns & battles see E471+
For Confederate history see E568+
- E 517-517.9 - Missouri
For general military operations see E470.4+
For campaigns & battles see E470.8; E470.9; E471+
For Confederate history see E569+
- - E 517 - - General works
- - E 517.5-517.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 517.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 517.6 - - - Cavalry
- E 518.518.9 - Nebraska
- - E 518 - - General works
- - E 518.5-518.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 518.5 - - - Infantry
- E 520-520.9 - New Hampshire
- - E 520.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, 
lists of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 520.5-520.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 520.5 - - - Infantry
- E 521-521.9 - New Jersey
- - E 521.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, 
lists of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 521.5-521.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 521.5 - - - Infantry
- E 522-522.9 - New Mexico
For campaigns & battles see E470.9; E471+
- E 523-523.9 - New York
See also F128.44 Draft riots, New York City
- - E 523.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, 
lists of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 523.5-523.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 523.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 523.8 - - - Artillery, Light
- - - E 523.9 - - - Other
- E 524-524.9 - North Carolina
For Lower South military operations see E470.6
For campaigns & battles see E471+
For Confederate history see E573+
- - E 524 - - General works
- - E 524.5-524.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 524.5 - - - Infantry
- E 525-525.9 - Ohio
For general military operations see E470.4+
For campaigns & battles see E471+
- - E 525 - - General works
- - E 525.5-525.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 525.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 525.6 - - - Cavalry
- - - E 525.8 - - - Artillery, Light
- E 526-526.9 - Oregon
- E 527-527.9 - Pennsylvania
For campaigns & battles see E470.2+; E471+
- - E 527 - - General works
- - E 527.1 - - Official publications on the raising, equipment & service of the troops in the war
- - E 527.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, 
lists of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 527.5-527.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 527.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 527.6 - - - Cavalry
- E 528-528.9 - Rhode Island
- - E 528.5-528.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 528.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 528.6 - - - Cavalry
- E 529-529.9 - South Carolina
For Lower South military operations see E470.6
For campaigns & battles see E471+
For Confederate history see E577+
See also E185.93.S7 African Americans in the Sea Island District
- E 530-530.9 - South Dakota
For Indian wars see E83.86; E83.863
- E 531-531.9 - Tennessee
For general military operations E470.4+
For campaigns & battles see E470.8; E471+
For Confederate history see E579+
- - E 531 - - General works
- - E 531.5-531.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 531.6 - - - Cavalry
- - - E 531.9 - - - Other
- E 532-532.9 - Texas
For campaigns & battles see E470.7; E470.9; E471+
For Confederate history see E580+
- - E 532 - - General works
- - E 532.5-532-9 - - Military organizations
- E 532.95 - Utah
- E 533-533.9 - Vermont
See also E470.95 St. Albans Raid, 1864
- - E 533 - - General works
- - E 533.5-533.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 533.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 533.6 - - - Cavalry
- E 534-534.9 - Virginia
For campaigns & battles see E470.2+; E471+
For Confederate history see E581+
- E 536-536.9 - West Virginia
For general military operations see E470.4+
For campaigns & battles see E471+
- E 537-537.9 - Wisconsin
- - E 537.5-537.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 537.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 537.6 - - - Cavalry
E 540.A-Z Participation by race, ethnic group, religious group, etc., A-Z
- E 540.C2 - Canadians
- E 540.C47 - Children
- E 540.F6 - Foreigners (General). Immigrants
See also E540.G3 Germans; E540.H6 Hungarians; E540.I6 Irish
- E 540.G3 - Germans
- E 540.H6 - Hungarians
- E 540.I3 - Indians
For Indian wars, 186-1865 see E83.86; E83.863
- E 540.I6 - Irish
- E 540.I8 - Italians
- E 540.J5 - Jews
- E 540.N3 - Negroes. African Americans
For U.S. African American regiments see E492.9
For State African American regiments see E495+
See also E453 Slavery as affected by the war
- E 540.P9 - Presbyterians
E 541.A-Z Colleges, schools, etc. & their participation, A-Z
- E541.H2 - Harvard University

E 545-586 - Armies. Troops. The Confederate States Army

Call Number Subject
E 545 General works
Including administration, organization, volunteering, conscription, statistics, transportation, supplies
For Separate armies see E470.2+
For Amnesty see E668
E 546-548 Arms of service
- E 546.5 - Cavalry
- E 547 - Corps. Divisions. Brigades
- - E 547.C625 - - Clingman's Brigade
- - E 547.H2 - - Hampton's Cavalry Division
- - E 547.I76 - - Iron Brigade
- - E 547.M8 - - Morgan's Cavalry Division
- - E 547.P5 - - Pickett's Division
E 551-582.9 By state
Subdivided like E495-537. Under the border states (Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri,
West Virginia & territory of New Mexico), the subdivisions ".3-.9" are used for
Confederate troops, all general & political history of the state being classed in
E509, 512, 517, 522 & 536
Including individual Confederate States & border states with troops in the
Confederate States Army
For military operations in a state see E470.2+
- E 551-551.9 - Alabama
For Lower South military operations see E470.6
For Civil War, campaigns & battles see E471+
- - E 551 - - General works
- - E 551.5-551.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 551.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 551.9 - - - Other
- E 553-553.9 - Arkansas
For general military operations see E470.4+
For campaigns & battles see E470.8
For Civil War, campaigns & battles see E471+
For preliminaries of the war see E471.57
For Union history see E496+
- - E 553 - - General works
- - E 553.5-553.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 553.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 553.9 - - - Other
- E 558-558.9 - Florida
For Civil War, campaigns & battles see E471+
For Union history see E502+
- - E 558 - - General works
- - E 558.3 - - Lists of soldiers. Lists of the state's dead
- - E 558.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
- - E 558.5-558.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 558.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 558.6 - - - Cavalry
- E 559-559.9 - Georgia
For Lower South military operations see E470.6
For Civil War, campaigns & battles see E471
For Union history see E503+
- - E 559 - - General works
- - E 559.3 - - Lists of soldiers. Lists of the state's dead
- - E 559.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, 
lists of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 559.5-559.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 559.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 559.6 - - - Cavalry
- - - E 559.9 - - - Other
- E 564-564.9 - Kentucky
For general military operations see E470.4+
For campaigns & battles see E470.5; E470.8
For Civil War, campaigns & battles see E471+
For Union history see E509+
- - E 564.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general assocations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, lists
of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 564.5-564.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 564.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 564.6 - - - Cavalry
- E 565-565.9 - Louisiana
For campaigns & battles see E470.8
For Civil War, campaigns & battles see E471+
For Union history see E510+
- - E 565 - - General works
- - E 565.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, lists
of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 565.5-565.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 565.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 565.7 - - - Artillery, Heavy
- - - E 565.8 - - - Artillery, Light
- - - E 565.9 - - - Other
- E 566-566.9 - Maryland
For campaigns & battles see E470.2+
For Civil War, campaigns & battles see E471+
For Union history see E512+
- E 568-568.9 - Mississippi
For Lower South military operations see E470.6
For Civil War, campaigns & battles see E471+
For Union history see E516+
- - E 568 - - General works
- - E 568.1 - - Official publications on the raising, equipment & service of the troops in the war
- - E 568.5-568.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 568.5 - - - Infantry
- E 569-569.9 - Missouri
For general military operations see E470.4+
For campaigns & battles see E470.8
For Civil War, campaigns & battles see E471+
For Union history see E517+
- - E 569 - - General works
- - E 569.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, lists
of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 569.5-569.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 569.5 - - - Infantry
- E 573-573.9 - North Carolina
For campaigns & battles see E470.6
For Civil War, campaigns & battles see E471+
For Union history see E524+
- - E 573 - - General works
- - E 573.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, lists
of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 573.5-573.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 573.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 573.6 - - - Cavalry
- - - E 573.9 - - - Other
- E 577-577.9 - South Carolina
For campaigns & battles see E470.6
For Civil War, campaigns & battles see E471+
For preliminaries of the war see E471.1
- - E 577 - - General works
- - E 577.3 - - Lists of soldiers. Lists of the state's dead
- - E 577.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, lists
of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 577.5-577.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 577.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 577.6 - - - Cavalry
- - - E 577.9 - - - Other
- E 579-579.9 - Tennessee
For general military operations see E470.4+
For campaigns & battles see E470.5
For Civil War, campaigns & battles see E471+
For Union history see E531+
- - E 579 - - General works
- - E 579.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, lists
of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 579.5-579.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 579.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 579.9 - - - Other
- E 580-580.9 - Texas
For campaigns & battles see E470.9
For Union army see E532+
- - E 580 - - General works
- - E 580.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, lists
of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 580.5-580.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 580.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 580.6 - - - Cavalry
- - - E 580.9 - - - Other
- E 581-581.9 - Virginia
For Union history see E534+
- - E 581 - - General works
- - E 581.4 - - Histories of the state's troops
Including collected biographies or lists of officers, general associations of survivors,
the draft, state brigades, state memorials & monuments, the state's battle flags, lists
of citizens serving in organizations of other states
- - E 581.5-581.9 - - Military organizations
- - - E 581.5 - - - Infantry
- - - E 581.6 - - - Cavalry
- - - E 581.7 - - - Artillery, Heavy
- - - E 581.8 - - - Artillery, Light
E 585.A-Z Participation by race, ethnic group, religious group, etc., A-Z
- E 585.A35 - African Americans
- E 585.C54 - Children
- E 585.C8 - Cubans
- E 585.I75 - Irish
E 586.A-Z Colleges, schools, etc., & their participation, A-Z
- E 586.C65 - College of William & Mary
- E 586.V5 - Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va.

E 591-600 - Naval history

Call Number Subject
E 591 General works. The Union Navy
Including naval operations, registers, naval reminiscences, individual fleets or squadrons
See also E467+ Lives of naval commanders
See also E470+ Naval operations in combination with military campaigns
(e.g., Monitor-Merrimac battle)
See also E480 Naval contracts
- E 595.A-Z - Individual ships, A-Z
- - E 595.C3 - Cairo (Gunboat)
- - E 595.C35 - - Carondolet (Gunboat)
- - E 595.M37 - - Maple Leaf (Ship)
- - E 595.M7 - - Monitor (Ironclad)
- - E 595.N33 - - Nahant (Ship)
- - E 595.S84 - - Sultana (Steamboat)
E 596-599 The Confederate States Navy
Including registers, naval reminiscences, privateers & cruisers
See also E469+ Construction of cruisers abroad
- E 596 - General works
- E 599.A-Z - Individual ships, A-Z
- - E 599.A3 - - Alabama (Cruiser)
- - E 599.F6 - - Florida (Cruiser) (formerly named Oreto)
- - E 599.H4 - - H.L. Hunley (Submarine)
- - E 599.M5 - - Merrimac (Frigate)
- - E 599.S5 - - Shenandoah (Cruiser)
E 600 Blockade & blockade running

E 601-605 - Personal narratives & other accounts

The narratives of general or staff officers are usually classed in E470 unless relating to special armies or campaigns, in which case they are classed in E470.2-9 or E471-478
The narratives of regimental officers & privates are classed in E495-537 or E551-552 if they contain rolls or are otherwise valuable for regimental histories
The narratives of noncombatants are classed in E470-478, if relating to military operations; otherwise in E456, E468, E491, E545, F214, or under state in E495-582
For biography of commanding officers see E467+
For narratives of regimental officers & privates if they are of value for military history of special campaigns see E471+
See also E464 & E484 Collections of narratives
See also E591+ Sailors' narratives
See also E611+ Prisoners' narratives
See also E621+ Nurses' narratives
See also E628 Women
See also E655 Collections of anecdotes

Call Number Subject
E 601 Union narratives
Including journals, diaries, letters
See also E458.7 Refugees from the South
E 605 Confederate narratives
See also E487 Memoirs & reminiscences of Confederate civil officials & noncombatants
See also F214 The South (Travel & description during the Civil War)

E 607-609 - Army life. Secret Service. Press. Censorship

Call Number Subject
E 607 Army life. The private soldier
E 608 Secret Service. Signal Corps
Including U.S. Veteran Signal Corps Association, telegraph service, U.S. Military Telegraph Corps,
spies, scouts, etc. (North & South)
See also E473.55 Andrews' Railroad Raid, 1862
E 609 Press. Censorship

E 611-616 - Prisoners & prisons

Call Number Subject
E 611-612 Confederate prisons
Including general lists of prisoners, exchanges
- E 612.A-Z - Individual prisons, by name of prison or city, A-Z
- - E 612.A5 - - Andersonville, Ga. Military Prison
- - E 612.L6 - - Libby Prison, Richmond
E 615-616 Union prisons
See also E458.8 Treason & traitors in the North, prisoners of state, & suspension of habeas corpus
- E 616.A-Z - Individual prisons, by name of prison or city, A-Z

E 621-625 - Medical & hospital services. Sanitary services

Call Number Subject
E 621 General, and the North
E 625 The South

E 628 - Women

Call Number Subject
E 628 Women

E 629-656 - Miscellaneous

Call Number Subject
E 629-634 Relief. Charities
E 635 Religion in the armed forces (North & South)
Including religious life of the personnel; work of chaplains, church denominations, etc.
E 641-646 Celebrations. Memorials. Monuments
National cemeteries located on battlefields are classed in E471-478. Those located elsewhere
are classed in local history, e.g., F234.A7, Arlington, Va.
For Registers of the dead (Union) see E494
For Registers of the dead (Confederate) see E548
For Registers of deceased prisoners of war see E611+
E 646.5 Antiquities
E 647-656 Illustrative material
- E 647 - Cartoons
- E 649-650 - Addresses, essays, lectures. Sermons, prayers
- - E 649 - - The North
- - E 650 - - The South
- E 655 - Anecdotes. Collections of short narratives
- E 656 - Motion pictures about the war