Andrew Knox papers  1862-1864
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The Clements Library also owns the Levi Downs papers. Mr. Downs also served in the Connecticut Artillery, 1st Regiment.

The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History in New York City also holds papers of Andrew Knox.

Bibliography

Bennett, E. B. First Connecticut Heavy Artillery: Historical Sketch and Present Addresses of Members. Hartford, Conn: Star printing co, 1889.

McNamar, J. B. Official Souvenir And Program of Monument First Connecticut Heavy Artillery And Dedicatory Exercises Held On State Capitol Grounds, Hartford, Conn., September 25, 1902: As a Memorial to the Three Thousand Eight Hundred And Two Brave, Loyal, And Patriotic Citizens, Who Enrolled Under "Old Glory" And Gallantly Fought for Maintaining Its Honor And Dignity to a Crowning Victory From 1861-1865. Hartford, Conn: R.S. Peck & Co., printers and engravers, 1903.

Taylor, John C. History of the First Connecticut Artillery And of the Siege Trains of the Armies Operating Against Richmond 1862-1865. Hartford, Conn.: Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 1893.

Walker, Edward Ashley. Our First Year of Army Life: An Anniversary Address, Delivered to the First Regiment of Connecticut Volunteer Heavy Artillery, At Their Camp Near Gaines' Mills, Va., June, 1862. New Haven: T.H. Pease, 1862.