113th infantry. (New.) Organized by consolidation of 11th infantry (old), 112th and 113th infantry (old), Aprh 1, 1864.
History of the 116th regiment'U. S. C. infantry, from its organization in the early part of the Spring and Summer of 1864, to the present time, giving a list of names of all officers and enhsted men who have ever belonged to the regiment . . . Lieut. Col. Charles Kireker . . . Philadelphia, 1866. 2 p. 1., xi-xii, 13-131 p. (front.?) 16 . E540.N3K5
126th infantry failed to complete its organization. 127th infantry. 128th infantry. 135th infantry. 136th infantry. 137th infantry. 138th infantry. Colored troops.
The negro in the war of the rebellion. By Abial R. Abbott, Read October 11,1888. (In M. O. L. L. U. S. 111. Military essays and recollections. . . . Chicago, 1899. 8 . vol. 3, p. 373-384.) E464.M56
The Black brigade of Cincinnati: being a report of its labors and a muster-roll of its members; together with various orders, speeches, etc., relating to it. By Peter H. Clark. Cincinnati, 1865. 30 p. 8 . E540.N3C5 (In W. D. L. pamp. v. 227.)
A colored brigade in the campaign and battle of Nash vide. By Henry V. Freeman. Read March 8, 1888. (In M. O. L. L. TJ. S. 111. Military essays and recollections . . . Chicago, 1896. 8 . vol. 2, p. 399-421.) E464.M56
The negro as a soldier. By William Eliot Furness. Read November 12, 1891. (In M. O. L. L. TJ. S. 111. Military essays and recoUections . . . Chicago, 1896. 8 . vol. 2, p. 457-487.) E464.M56