A Close Shave in the U.S. Civil War - Memoirs of Nova Scotian Samuel James Hingley, who served in 3rd Regiment Infantry, New Hampshire Volunteers, and was wounded in General Butler's Bermuda Hundred Campaign.
Civil War Letters of John Alexander Ritter, M.D. - Letters from a doctor while serving as Regimental Surgeon in the 49th Indiana Volunteers from 1861 to 1863. Written during the regiment's campaigns in Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
James B. Lockney, Wisconsin 28th Regiment, Company G - Two of the original Civil War diaries are in the possession of his great granddaughter Mary Lockney of Brookfield, Wisconsin and his complete works are at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin in Madison, WI.
John Allan Wyeth, 1845-1922. - "With sabre and scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon", Memoirs of doctor and Confederate soldier John Allan Wyeth. Full scanned text, part of a project by the U. of N. Carolina.
Rose O'Neal Greenhow, 1814-1864 - In this 1863 autobiography, the Washington, D.C., socialite and Confederate spy told her story and gave her view of contemporary events.
Speech -- Augustus M. Erwin - Speech written by Augustus M. Erwin, Captain, Co. E. 117th Reg't. N.Y. Infantry, which includes some of his war recollections.
The Calvin Shedd Papers - Letters written by Calvin Shedd, a carpenter from New Hampshire, who enlisted in the 7th Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers and served the Union Army.
The Civil War Diary of O.T. Wright, 14th Indiana - These are the civil war adventures of Owen Thomas Wright. It covers his being one of the first to answer Lincoln's call, to the front lines of major battles, through his attempts to escape Confederate captors from Andersonville.
The Wartime Diary of John Weathered - The exact time when the manuscript was written isn't clear but it was several years after the war while Weathered was in retirement. Bennett's Regiment or 9th Tennessee Cavalry.