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A Full Blown Yankee of the Iron Brigade: Service With the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers
by Rufus R.(Rufus Robinson) Dawes, Alan T. Nolan
Paperback from Univ of Nebraska Pr

An Irishman in the Iron Brigade: The Civil War Memoirs of James P. Sullivan, Sergt., Company K, 6th Wisconsin Volunteers (Irish in the Civil War Ser. 3)
by William J. K. Beaudot, Lance J. Herdegen, James P. Sullivan
Paperback from Fordham University Press

The Grandmothers: A Family Portrait
by Glenway Wescott, Sargent Bush
Paperback from University of Wisconsin Press

Four Years with the Iron Brigade: The Civil War Journal of William Ray, Seventh Wisconsin Volunteers
by Lance Herdegen, Sherry Murphy, Steve Victor, William R. Ray
Hardcover from DaCapo Press

With the 3rd Wisconsin Badgers: The Living Experience of the Civil War Through the Journals of Van R. Willard
by Van R. Willard, Steven S. Raab
Hardcover from Stackpole Books

Coburn's Brigade: 85th Indiana, 33rd Indiana, 19th Michigan, and 22nd Wisconsin in the Western Civil War
by Larry Ligget, Frank Johnson Welcher
Hardcover from Guild Press of Indiana

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Exploring Civil War Wisconsin: A Survival Guide for Researchers
by Brett Barker, Alan T. Nolan
Paperback from State Historical Society of Wisconsin

The Badax Tigers: From Shiloh to the Surrender With the 18th Wisconsin Volunteers
by Thomas P. Nanzig
Book Description:
This intimate unit history of the Badax Tigers chronicles the experiences of Company C of the 18th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry during the entire Civil War as seen through the eyes of Private Thomas Jefferson Davis. Davis' letters provide an extraordinarily complete picture of a typical Federal volunteer company in the Civil War and are supplemented by newspaper articles and some soldiers' letters written and intended for publication in local newspapers. When the Badax County Tigers left the small town of Viroqua, Wisconsin, in the autumn of 1861, they had little notion of what military service would demand of them. The Badax Tigers were as common a company in as common a regiment as may be found in the annals of the Civil War. They marched, camped, and fought their way through four years of service with their fair share of battle honors and few blemishes to mar their record. They rallied at Shiloh, stood firm at Corinth, laid siege to Vicksburg, rescued Chattanooga, and saved Allatoona. In short, they represented the backbone of the Federal volunteer army from 1861 to 1865. When the original Tigers returned to Viroqua at the close of the war, they numbered only fourteen men out of the more than 100 recruits who had been mustered into service. 
Hardcover from Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

A Woman's Civil War: A Diary, With Reminiscences of the War, from March 1862 (Wisconsin Studies in American Autobiography)
by Cornelia Peake McDonald, Minrose C. Gwin
Paperback from University of Wisconsin Press

by Steve Fortney
Paperback from Waubesa Pr

Civil War Regiments from Wisconsin
by Jerome A. Watrous
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The 24th Wisconsin Infantry in the Civil War: The Biography of a Regiment
by William J. K. Beaudot
Hardcover from Stackpole Books

A Wisconsin Boy in Dixie: Civil War Letters of James K. Newton
by Stephen E. Ambrose, James K. Newton
Paperback from University of Wisconsin Press

When Philosophers Were Kings
by Steven M. Best
Hardcover from Sunstone Press

The Woman in Battle: The Civil War Narrative of Loreta Janeta Velazquez, Cuban Woman and Confederate Soldier (Wisconsin Studies in Autobiography)
by Loreta Janeta Velazquez
Paperback from University of Wisconsin Press

Civil War Regiments: Individual Regimental Histories from the State of Wisconsin
by Federal Publishing Company
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History of Wisconsin: The Civil War Era, 1848-1873
by Richard N. Current, Paul Hass, Alice E. Smith
Hardcover from State Historical Society of Wisconsin

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There Stands "Old Rock": Rock County, Wisconsin, and the War to Preserve the Union
by Thomas W. Walterman
Paperback from Rock County Historical Society

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The Sigel Regiment: A History of the Twenty-Sixth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, 1862-1865
by James S. Pula
Hardcover from DaCapo Press

Wisconsin in the Civil War: The Home Front and the Battle Front, 1861-1865
by Frank L. Klement
Hardcover from State Historical Society of Wisconsin

Great Pages in History from the Wisconsin State Journal: 1852-2002
by Frank Denton, William C. Robbins
Paperback from University of Wisconsin Press

Old Abe the War Eagle
by Richard H. Zeitlin
Paperback from University of Wisconsin Press

Uncommon Soldiers: Harvey Reid and the 22nd Wisconsin March With Sherman (Voices of the Civil War Series.)
by Harvey Reid, Frank L. Byrne, William H. Memoir of the March to the Sea McIntosh
Hardcover from Univ of Tennessee Pr

Fire Within: A Civil War Narrative from Wisconsin
by Kerry A. Trask
Paperback from Kent State Univ Pr

Sacrifice at Vicksburg: Letters from the Front
by Susan T. Puck
Hardcover from White Mane Publishing Co.

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Economic History of Wisconsin During the Civil War Decade (Publications of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin)
by Frederick Merk
Hardcover from State Historical Society of Wisconsin

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Civil War in the Northwest Nebraska, Wisconsin, Io
by Jones Rh
Hardcover from Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd)
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Colonel Heg and His Boys: A Norwegian Regiment in the American Civil War (Travel & Description Series, 13)
by Waldemar Ager, Della Kittleson Catuna, Clarence A. Lcausen, Harry T. Cleven, Clarence Arthur Clausen
Hardcover from Norwegian Amer Historical Assn

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