Adam Cosner papers  1864-1865; 1880
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Bibliography

Merrill, Samuel Hill. The campaigns of the First Maine and First District of Columbia cavalry. (Portland: Bailey & Noyes, 1866)

Tobie, Edward P. History of the First Maine Cavalry, 1861-1865. (Boston, Emery & Hughes, 1887).

Partial Subject Index
Abolitionists.
  • 50, 51, 617-619
Accidents.
  • 1003
African American soldiers.
  • 424
African Americans.
  • 92, 93, 95-97, 333
African Americans--Contraband.
  • 1034
Aldie (Va.), Battle of, 1863.
  • 437-443
Andrew, John Albion, 1818-1867.
  • 187
Antietam, Battle of, 1862.
  • 171, 172
Armistice--Virginia--Petersburg.
  • 1082
Ashby, Turner, 1828-1862.
  • 66-69
Baltimore (Md.)
  • 173
Banks, Nathaniel P., 1816-1894.
  • 64, 65
Bathing.
  • 506, 507
Bealeton (Va.), Skirmish near, 1864.
  • 714, 715
Bealeton Station, Skirmish at, 1863.
  • 360-362, 376, 377, 611-613
Beaver Dam Station (Va.), Battle of, 1864.
  • 918-921
Belle Isle (Va.) Military prison.
  • 481-576
Birthdays.
  • 368, 369
Bounties, Military.
  • 682-683
Brandy Station, Battle of, 1863.
  • 427-432
Brandy Station, Battle of, 1863--Anniveraries, etc.
  • 1014-1016
Broadway House (Upperville, Va.)
  • 233-238
"Brother versus Brother".
  • 66-69, 161, 162
Brothers and sisters.
  • 115
Bull Run Battlefield.
  • 436
Bull Run, 2nd Battle of, Va., 1862.
  • 138-143, 146-148
"Bummers".
  • 635
Burnside, Ambrose Everett, 1824-1881.
  • 309-310, 320, 916, 917
Butterfield, Daniel, 1831-1901.
  • 257
Camp life.
  • 634, 729-731, 734
Camping.
  • 326-330
Camps (Military)
  • 33-35, 326-330, 718-727, 729
Castle Thunder (Richmond, Va.)
  • 584, 585
Catholic Churches--Maryland--Frederick.
  • 221-222
Cavalry drill and tactics.
  • 890-893
Cedar Mountain (Va.) Battlefield.
  • 123, 124
Cedar Mountain, Battle of, 1862.
  • 117-118
Cemeteries.
  • 120, 121, 1108
Centreville (Va.)
  • 1019
Chambliss, John Randolph, 1833-1864--Death.
  • 1142-1144
Chancellorsville (Va.)
  • 903
Chancellorsville Campaign, 1863.
  • 381-405, 863
Chaplains.
  • 741, 855, 860
Chaplains--Death.
  • 989
Churches--Virginia.
  • 1118
City Point (Va.)
  • 1075
Civilians--Maine--Civil War, 1861-1865.
  • 1130-1132
Civilians--Maryland--Civil War, 1861-1865.
  • 157-163, 165, 166, 173, 179-182, 188-190, 201, 202, 211-215
Civilians--Virginia--Civil War, 1861-1865.
  • 50,51, 53-55, 58-60, 66-69, 99-101, 106, 107, 112, 113, 284-286, 396, 397, 454, 455, 457, 459, 615-619, 742-744, 812-814, 819, 966-968
Cold Harbor, Battle of, 1864.
  • 989-1002
Command of troops.
  • 309-310, 316
Conduct of life.
  • 1004, 1005, 1042
Confederate States of America.
  • 6, 499, 500, 512, 544-548, 627, 759-762
Confederate States of America. Army--Surgeons.
  • 242
Confederate States of America. Army. Mosby's Rangers.
  • 768, 769
Cookery (Beans)
  • 184-187
Cookery, Military.
  • 386-390, 668, 669
Cookery, Prison.
  • 486, 487, 490, 491, 502, 519, 432, 553
Courage.
  • 118
Custer, George Armstrong, 1839-1876.
  • 1106
Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889.
  • 546, 547, 758
Dead.
  • 1036, 1037, 1040, 1041
Dead--Virginia--Richmond--Libby Prison.
  • 582, 584
Death.
  • 28, 29, 35, 69, 103, 125, 149-150, 516, 524, 525, 924-926, 985, 986, 1006, 1053, 1054, 1066, 1091
Deep Bottom Run (Va.) Battlefield.
  • 1106
Deep Bottom Run, Battle of, 1864 (August)
  • 1140-1146, 1154-1156
Deep Bottom Run, Battle of, 1864 (July)
  • 1103-1105
Deserters, Military.
  • 486
Deserters, Military--Confederate States of America.
  • 182
Diaries--Confederate States of America.
  • 1098-1100
Disengagement (Military Science)
  • 279-280, 660-667
Dogs as food.
  • 527
Draft.
  • 322, 323, 760
Draft resisters--Confederate States of America.
  • 878
Drill and minor tactics.
  • 858
Duty.
  • 962, 963, 1067-1069
East Main Conference Seminary (Bucksport, Me.)--Students.
  • 854, 1145-1148
Editorials.
  • 1125
Emancipation Proclamation.
  • 298, 336
Escapes.
  • 513, 521, 522, 532, 575
Ethics in the Army.
  • 262
Fatigue.
  • 400-402, 661, 665
Flags.
  • 189-190
Food.
  • 152-153, 922, 923, 964
Foraging.
  • 240, 395-399, 609, 610, 694-703, 922, 923, 952-954, 959-961, 1013, 1033, 1039
Fords (Stream crossings)
  • 661-667
Fort Hell (Va.)
  • 1123
Fourth of July celebrations.
  • 82-85, 1072-1074
Frederick (Md.)
  • 164-169, 179-182, 213-215, 219, 220
Fredericksburg (Va.)--Description and travel.
  • 38-39
Fredericksburg, Battle of, 1862.
  • 265-286, 319, 320
French, William Henry, 1815-1881.
  • 658, 672, 673
Friendship.
  • 856
Funerals rites and ceremonies.
  • 27, 28
Gettysburg, Battle of, 1863.
  • 520, 521, 534, 535
Graffiti.
  • 52, 53
Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885.
  • 865, 884, 900, 971, 1094
Gregg, David McMurtrie, 1833-1916.
  • 630-632, 940-943, 1141
Ground Squirrel Church (Va.), Battle of, 1864.
  • 922-935
Guard duty.
  • 4, 630-632, 748, 879, 880
Guerrillas.
  • 716, 717, 768, 769, 952, 953, 956-958
Haw's Shop (Va.), Battle of, 1864.
  • 975-977
Hooker, Joseph, 1814-1879.
  • 310, 319-320, 409-411
Horses.
  • 679, 680, 765, 832, 978
Hunger.
  • 445-447, 451-453, 821
Jefferson (Va.), Skirmish at, 1863.
  • 689-692
Killing.
  • 363, 439
Kilpatrick, Hugh Judson, 1836-1881.
  • 381, 382, 433, 800
Kilpatrick-Dahlgren Raid, 1864.
  • 820, 821, 829-832
Leap year.
  • 801
Lee, Fitz-Hugh, 1835-1905--Homes and haunts.
  • 964, 965
Lee, Robert E., 1807-1870.
  • 629, 900, 1125-1128
Letter-writing.
  • 1005-1007
Letters.
  • 859
Letters--Psychological aspects.
  • 638-646, 980, 981
Libby Prison.
  • 471-480, 583-584
Lice.
  • 485, 486
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
  • 335-336, 353-355, 791, 1012, 1014
Luray (Va.)--Description and travel.
  • 694, 695
Luray (Va.)--Raid, 1863.
  • 689-704
Marches--Virginia.
  • 43-48
Maryland.
  • 158, 159, 223-226
McClellan, George B., 1826-1885.
  • 9, 167-169, 243-245
McDowell, Irvin, 1818-1885.
  • 64, 65
Meade, George Gordon, 1815-1872.
  • 410, 411, 625, 655-659, 672, 673
Meadow Bridge, Battle of, 1864.
  • 938-944
Methodism.
  • 197-200
Military discipline.
  • 261-264, 879, 880
Military occupation--Virginia.
  • 814
Mine Run Campaign, 1863.
  • 648-667, 672-674
Minstrels.
  • 624
Morale.
  • 306-307, 420, 447-449, 661, 865, 897-901
Morale--Confederate States of America.
  • 431-432
Mosby, John Singleton, 1833-1916.
  • 370-375, 700, 701
Mud.
  • 300, 306, 307
New Year.
  • 296, 711, 712
Newspapers.
  • 88, 287-288, 672-674
Newspapers--Confederate States of America.
  • 961
Paper work.
  • 823-828
Parole.
  • 576-580
Petersburg (Va.)--History--Siege, 1864.
  • 1075-1103
Petersburg Crater, Battle of, 1864.
  • 1113-1115, 1123, 1124
Phrenology.
  • 509-511
Picket duty.
  • 622, 628, 630, 631, 962, 963, 1067-1069
Piedmont (Va.)--Raid, 1864.
  • 768, 769
Pillage--Virginia--Fredericksburg.
  • 281-286
Plantations--Virginia.
  • 16
Political prisoners--Virginia.
  • 584, 585
Port Hudson, Battle of, 1863.
  • 424
Port Republic, Battle of, 1862.
  • 63-65
Porter, Fitz-John, 1822-1901.
  • 146-148, 176
Prison discipline.
  • 475-476
Prison guards--Confederate States of America.
  • 496, 497, 521, 522, 529-531, 544-548
Prison homicide.
  • 489, 494, 580, 582, 583
Prisoners of War.
  • 56, 58, 820, 821
Prisoners of War--Confederate States of America.
  • 30, 393, 394, 700, 701, 1032
Prisoners of War--Costume.
  • 551, 552
Prisoners of War--Death.
  • 558, 564-570
Prisoners of War--Health and hygiene.
  • 501
Prisoners of War--Medical care.
  • 596, 597
Prisoners of War--Psychology.
  • 523-526, 821
Prisoners of War--Recreation.
  • 508, 509
Prisoners of War--Transport.
  • 444-467
Railroad--Virginia--Petersburg.
  • 1092, 1093
Railroads--Accidents.
  • 506
Rappahannock Station, Battle of, 1863.
  • 627
Reconstruction.
  • 620, 621
Reporters and reporting.
  • 987
Restaurants--Virginia.
  • 233-238
Richmond (Va.)--Defenses.
  • 589, 590
Richmond (Va.)--Description and travel.
  • 468-471, 539-543, 936-938
Sabbath.
  • 259
Saint Valentine's Day.
  • 779-783
Scorched-earth policy.
  • 321, 338
Secession--Virginia.
  • 40, 41, 313-315
Self-Control.
  • 105
Sepulchral monuments.
  • 48, 49, 71, 72, 120, 123, 124
Sharpshooters--Confederate States of America.
  • 361
Sheridan's Richmond Raid, 1864.
  • 916-945
Sheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-1888.
  • 796, 797, 867, 940, 944, 979
Slaveholders--Virginia.
  • 313-315, 333
Slavery.
  • 546, 547, 559, 560
Slavery--Insurrections.
  • 95-97, 617
Slavery--Maryland.
  • 216-218, 224
Slavery--Virginia.
  • 187, 191-192, 224-225, 333, 965
Slaves--Virginia.
  • 591, 592, 614, 617-619
Sleep.
  • 973, 974
Soldiers--Alcohol.
  • 262-264, 857
Soldiers--Attitudes.
  • 1129, 1130, 1144
Soldiers--Conduct of life.
  • 815
Soldiers--Confederate States of America.
  • 356, 357, 544, 545, 623, 675, 900
Soldiers--Death.
  • 940
Soldiers--Recreation.
  • 83-85, 614, 624, 819, 1108
Soldiers--Relations.
  • 970
Soldiers--Religious life.
  • 259
Soldiers--United States.
  • 711-712
Solidarity.
  • 849
Spotsylvania (Va.) Battlefield.
  • 1036, 1037
Spotsylvania Campaign, 1864.
  • 912-961
Spring.
  • 864
Spurling, Andrew B.
  • 728
St. Mary's Church (Va.), Battle of, 1864.
  • 1049-1059
Starvation.
  • 505, 519, 521-525, 527-529, 564-570
State rights.
  • 313-315
Staunton (Va.)--Description and travel.
  • 465, 466
Stealing.
  • 456, 461, 463, 1062, 1063
Stoneman's Raid, 1863.
  • 381-405, 863
Stoneman, George, 1822-1894.
  • 397-399
Strategy.
  • 321, 356, 357, 1123, 1124
Stuart, Jeb, 1833-1864.
  • 418, 907
Suicide.
  • 950
Sulphur Springs (Va.)--Description and travel.
  • 86
Sutlers.
  • 261-264, 1009, 1062, 1063
Target practice.
  • 9
Tents.
  • 42, 43
Thanksgiving.
  • 648, 649
Theaters--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • 1162, 1163
Todd's Tavern (Va.), Battle of, 1864.
  • 904-917
Trevilian Station (Va.), Battle of, 1864.
  • 1023-1032
Turner, Dick.
  • 472-475, 584
United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.)
  • 14
United States Patent Office (Washington, D.C.)
  • 93-94
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--African Americans.
  • 77, 78, 95, 113, 337, 379, 380, 426, 581, 610, 834, 835, 875, 949, 950, 955
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Artillery operations.
  • 266, 269-272, 975, 976, 1027-1029
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Casualties (Statistics, etc.)
  • 149, 150, 933, 934, 982, 983, 989, 1059, 1146-1148
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Causes.
  • 50, 51, 616-619
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Cavalry operations.
  • 20-21, 56-58, 127-129, 239, 265-269, 360-362, 381-405, 427-432, 437, 611-613, 627, 648-667, 689-692, 881-883, 956-995,1103-1105
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Destruction and pillage.
  • 919
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Hospitals.
  • 119, 120, 122, 123, 457, 458, 1155-1158
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Participation, African American.
  • 424, 1113, 1123, 1125
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Participation, Aged.
  • 193, 194
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Participation, British.
  • 550
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Participation, French.
  • 460
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Prisoners and prisons.
  • 1073, 1074
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Songs and music.
  • 893
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Underground movements.
  • 370-375, 403, 404, 634, 680, 715-717, 777
United States. Army of the Potomac.
  • 296-297, 316, 969
United States. Army--African American Regiments--Officers--Examinations.
  • 885-888
United States. Army--African American troops--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.
  • 885-887
United States. Army--Barracks and quarters.
  • 706, 724-727
United States. Army--Cavalry Division, 2nd.
  • 1121, 1122
United States. Army--Commissariat.
  • 788
United States. Army--Enlistment.
  • 1041, 1042
United States. Army--Inspection.
  • 41, 353-355, 792-794
United States. Army--New England troops.
  • 751
United States. Army--New Jersey Cavalry Regiment, 3rd--Uniforms.
  • 1084
United States. Army--Non-commissioned officers.
  • 845
United States. Army--Officers.
  • 176, 255, 274-279, 344, 409-411, 688, 728, 735, 897-899
United States. Army--Organization.
  • 840-842
United States. Army--Promotions.
  • 833
United States. Army--Reenlistment.
  • 681-688, 704, 705, 707-712, 715, 737-740, 762, 763, 767
United States. Army--Surgeons.
  • 597, 862
United States. Army. Maine Cavalry Regiment, 1st.
  • 434, 1015-1018
Upper classes--Maryland.
  • 180-182
Upperville (Va.)
  • 232-233
Valentines.
  • 790
Veterans, Disabled.
  • 847
Vicksburg (Miss.)--Capture, 1863.
  • 571, 572
Victory.
  • 347-348
Virginia--Description and travel.
  • 17, 76-78, 562
Virginia. Militia.
  • 496, 497
War.
  • 77, 78, 80, 228, 276-279, 864, 924-926
War widows--Virginia.
  • 1133-1138
War wounds.
  • 847
War--Psychological aspects.
  • 143, 149, 150, 154, 155, 430, 923, 924, 962, 963
Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882.
  • 658
Warrenton (Va.)--Description and travel.
  • 88-90, 98, 732, 733, 803-806
Washington (D.C.)--Description and travel.
  • 92-94
Washington's Birthday.
  • 791
White House (Va.)
  • 964, 965
White House (Va.), Skirmish at, 1864.
  • 1044-1046
Wilderness, Battle of, 1864.
  • 904-910
Winchester (Va.)--Description and travel.
  • 450, 451
Winder, John Henry, 1800-1865.
  • 514, 515
Wise, Henry (Henry Alexander), 1806-1876.
  • 832
Women pen-pals.
  • 753, 700, 771
Women--Maryland.
  • 173
Women--Virginia.
  • 46, 50, 51, 100, 101, 119, 120, 137, 454, 455, 457, 466, 560-562, 618, 619, 636, 637, 769, 803-811, 812, 813, 1116, 1117