Army of Tennessee. (Confederate)- Continued,
Battles and sketches of the Army of Tennessee, by Bromfield L. Ridley, Lieut.-Gen. A. P. Stewart's staff, C. S. A. Mexico, Mo., 1906. xvi, [17J-662,  p. front., illus., plates (1 col.) ports., maps. 8 . E605.B54 Cover-title: Journal of B. L. Ridley.
Army of the Cumberland. ( Union.)
Rosecran's campaign with the Fourteenth corps, or the Army
of the Cumberland: a narrative of personal observations
with . . . official reports of the battle of Stone river . . .
By "W. D. B."[ickham.] . . . Cincinnati, 1863. xiii, 9-476
p. front, (map). 12 . E493.2.B58 Chickamauga. The history of the Army of the Cumberland.
. . . [Oration by H. V. Boynton.] (Clipping from the The
Standard union, Chattanooga? [Sept. 15, 1892.]) (Bound
with Official program, twenty-third annual reunion) Response of Gen. Joseph C. Breckinridge ... at the banquet
of the Society of the Army of the Cumberland, Chattanooga,
October 10, 1900. Cincinnati, 1901. 21 p. 8 . Burial of General Rosecrans, Arlington cemetery, May 17,
1902. Cincinnati, 1903. 159 p. front., ports. 8 . . . . The Army of the Cumberland. By Henry M. Cist.
. . . New York, 1882. viii, p., 1 1., 289 p. incl. maps. fold.
maps. 12 . (Campaigns of the civil war. vii.) E468.C17
History of the old Second division, Army of the Cumberland. Commander: M'Cook, Sill, and Johnson. By Wm. Sumner Dodge. Chicago, 1864. 2 p. 1., [v]-x, [ll]-582, 51 p. front., ports., 4 fold. maps. 8 . E493.2.D64
Pages 1-51 at end: History of the regimental organizations constituting the Second division. Annals of the Army of the Cumberland: comprising biographies, descriptions of departments, accounts of expeditions, skirmishes, and battles; also its police records of spies, smugglers, and prominent rebel emissaries. Together with anecdotes, incidents, poetry, reminiscences, etc., and official reports of the battle of Stone River. By an officer. [John Fitch.] Phhadelphia, 1863. 671 p. front., plates, ports, map. 8 . E493.2.F54
--Same,. 6th ed. Phhadelphia, 1864. 716 p. front.,
plates, ports., col. map. 8 . E493.2.F55 Police record of the spies, smugglers, and rebel emissaries in Tennessee. Being selections from the "Annals of the Army of the Cumberland." By an officer. [John Fitch.] Phhadelphia, 1863. 2, -652 p. front., plates, ports. 8 . E493.2.F56 (In L. C.)