George C. Nichols papers  1861-1865 (bulk 1862-1863)
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The Amos E. Stearns memoir mentions George C. Nichols as a fellow captive at Libby and Andersonville prisons.

The Charles F. Tew papers document the experiences of another member of the 25th Massachusetts Infantry.

Bibliography

Denny, J. W. Wearing the blue in the Twenty-fifth Mass. volunteer infantry: With Burnside's coast division, 18th army corps, and Army of the James . Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, 1998.

Putnam, S. Henry. The story of Company A, Twenty-fifth regiment, Mass. vols. in war of the rebellion. Worcester: Putnam, Davis and co., 1886.

Stearns, A. Edward., Basile, L. The Civil War diary of Amos E. Stearns, a prisoner at Andersonville. Rutherford [N.J.]: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1981.