14th Virginia Cavalry, Robert J. Driver, Jr., 1988.
Absinthe–The Cocaine of the Nineteenth Century : A History of the Hallucinogenic Drug and Its Effect on Artists and Writers in Europe, Doris Lanier, Jefferson, N.C., 1994.
Across the Lines, Carolyn Reeder, 1997, (pre-teen novel).
Ambrose Bierce's Civil War, edited by William McCann, 1956.
American Kitchen 1700 to the Present, The: From Hearth to Highrise, Ellen M. Plante, 1995.
April ’65: Confederate Covert Action in the American Civil War, William A. Tidwell, 1995.
Basin Street: Its Rise and Fall, Andrew Jackson Navard, 1893
Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era, James M. McPherson, 1988.
Beauty and Booty, the Watchword of New Orleans, Marion Southwood, New York, 1867.
Before Freedom Came: African-American Life in the Antebellum South, Drew Gilpin Faust, 1991.
Blue and Gray Laughing: A Collection of Civil War Soldiers Humor, edited by Paul Zall, 1996.
Boy Colonel of the Confederacy: The Life and Times of Henry King Burgwyn, Jr., Archie K. Davis, 1985.
Camp Fires of the Confederacy, edited by Ben LaBree, 1898.
Camp and Prison Journal, Griffin Frost, originally published 1867, reprinted 1994.
Captain Thomas D. Houston - Prisoner of War Letters, 1863-1865 from Johnson Island, edited by Charles W. Turner, 1980.
Cassell’s French-English English-French Dictionary, 1968
Charley Skedaddle, Patricia Beatty, 1987, (pre-teen novel).
Children’s Civil War, The, James Marten, 1998.
Civil War Dictionary, The, Mark M. Boatner, 1959.
Civil War Prisons, edited by William B. Hesseltine, 1972.
Civil War Diary of Martha Abernathy, The: Wife of Dr. C.C. Abernathy of Pulaski, Tennessee, edited by Elizabeth Paisley Dargan, 1994.
Civil War Sourcebook, The: A Traveler’s Guide, Chuck Lawliss, 1991.
Civil War Collector’s Encyclopedia: Arms, Uniforms, and Equipment of the Union and Confederacy, Francis A. Lord, 1963.
Civil War Medicine 1861-1865, C. Keith Wilbur, M.D., 1998.
Civil War Sutlers and Their Wares, Francis A. Lord, 1969.
Co. Aytch: A Side Show of the Big Show, Sam R. Watkins, originally published 1882, reprinted 1987.
Confederate Nurse, A: The Diary of Ada W. Bacot, 1860-1863, edited by Jean V. Berlin, 1994.
Confederate Ordeal: The Southern Home Front, Stephen A. Channing and the Editors of Time-Life Books, 1984.
Confederate Supply, Richard D. Goff, 1969.
Confederate Order of Battle, The, Ray F. Sibley, 1996.
Confederate Spy Stories, Katherine and John Bakeless, 1973.
Confederate Receipt Book: A Compilation of Over One Hundred Receipts Adapted to the Times, University of Georgia Press, originally published 1863, reprinted 1960.
Convict, The: Stories by James Lee Burke, 1985 ("When It’s Decoration Day").
Creole Collage: Reflections on the Colorful Customs of Latter-Day New Orleans Creoles, Leonard V. Huber, 1980
Dark paradise: Opiate Addiction in America Before 1940, David T. Courtwright, Cambridge, Mass., 1982.
Detailed Minutiae of Soldier Life in the Army of Northern Virginia, 1861-1865, Carlton McCarthy, originally published 1882, reprinted 1993.
Diary from Dixie, A, Chestnut, Mary Boykin, 1905.
Dictionnaire Francais-Anglais et Anglais-Francais, 1826.
Dixie Ghosts: Haunting, Spine-Chilling Stories from the American South, edited by F. McSherry, C. Waugh, and M. Greenberg, 1988.
Drawing Out the Man: the VMI Story, Henry A. Wise, 1978.
Echoes of Glory: Arms and Equipment of the Confederacy, edited by Time-Life Books, 1991.
Elmira Prison Camp, 1864-65, Clayton W. Holmes, 1912.
Encyclopedia of Civil War Usage, The: An Illustrated Compendium of the Everyday Language of Soldiers and Civilians, Webb Garrison, with Cheryl Garrison, 2001.
English Opium Eater, The, Thomas De Quincey, orig. pub’d 1821.
Events in Indian History, Beginning with an Account of the Origin of the American Indians, and Early Settlements in North America, and Embracing Concise Biographies of the Principal Chiefs and Head-Sachems of the Different Indian Tribes, with Narratives and Captivities, 1842.
French Quarter, The: An Informal History of the New Orleans Underworld, Herbert Asbury, 1936.
George Catlin and the Old Frontier, Harold McCracken, 1959.
Ghost Stories from the American South, compiled and edited by W. K. McNeil, 1985.
Gods and Generals, Jeff Shaara, 1996.
Green Mount, A Virginia Plantation Family during the Civil War: Being the Journal of Benjamin Robert Fleet and Letters of His Family, edited by Betsy Fleet and John D. P. Fuller, 1962.
Green Mount After the War: The Correspondence of Maria Louisa Wacker Fleet and Her Family, 1865-1900, edited by Betsy Fleet, 1977.
Guns of the South, The: A Novel of the Civil War, Harry Turtledove, 1992.
Hard Country and a Lonely Place, A: Schooling, Society and Reform in Rural Virginia, 1870-1920, William A. Link, 1986.
Hardtack and Coffee: The Unwritten Story of Army Life, John D. Billings, originally published 1887, reprinted 1990.
History of New Orleans, John Smith Kendall, 19--
Houses Virginians Have Loved, Agnes Rothery, 1954.
Immortal Captives: The Story of Six Hundred Confederate Officers and the U.S. Prisoner of War Policy, Mauriel P. Joslyn, 1996.
In Vinculis; or The Prisoner of War, A. M. Keilley, 1866.
Indian Captivities, or Life in the Wigwam, Being True Narratives of Captives Who Have Been Carried Away by the Indians, from the Frontier Settlements of the U.S., from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Samuel G. Drake, 1850.
Kate: the Journal of a Confederate Nurse, Kate Cumming, 1959, originally published 1866.
Killer Angels, The, Michael Shaara, 1975.
Letters of a New Market Cadet, Beverly Stanard (1845-1864), 1961.
Life of Johnny Reb, The: The Common Soldier of the Confederacy, Bell Irvin Wiley, 1962.
Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill: The Journal of a Virginia Girl, 1862-1864, edited by Mary D. Robertson, 1994.
Mansions of the Virginia Gentry, Henry Wiencek, 1988.
Married Lady’s Companion, The, Samuel K. Jennings, 1972, originally published 1808.
Memoirs of a Poor Relation: Being the Story of a Post-War Southern Girl and Her Battle with Destiny, Marietta Minnigerode Andrews, 1927.
Memorial, Virginia Military Institute, Charles D. Walker, 1875.
Modern Art of Taming Wild Horses, The, J.S. Rarey, originally published 1856, reprinted 1995 by Applewood Books.
Mothers of Invention: Women of the Slaveholding South in the American Civil War, Drew Gilpin Faust, 1996.
My Dear Jennie: A Collection of Love Letters from a Confederate Soldier to His Fiancee During the Period 1861-1865, written by William Clark Corson, edited by Blake W. Corson, 1982.
New Orleans: Its Old Houses, Shops and Public Buildings, N.C. Curtis, 1933
Opium : A Portrait of the Heavenly Demon, Barbara Hodgson, Vancouver, 1999.
Photographic History of the Civil War in Ten Volumes, The: Volume VII, Prisons and Hospitals, edited by Francis Trevelyan Miller, 1911.
Plantation Homes of the James River, Bruce Roberts, 1990.
Plantations of the Old South, Henry Wiencek, 1988.
Poetical Works of Lord Byron, The, 1921(?).
Portals to Hell: Military Prisons of the Civil War, Lonnie R. Speer, 1997.
Rebel Religion: The Story of Confederate Chaplains, Herman Norton, 1961.
Rebel Cavalryman with Lee, Stuart and Jackson, A, John N. Opie, 1899.
Religion, Race, and Reconstruction: The Public Schools in the Politics of the 1870s, Ward M. McAfee, 1998.
Reluctant Witnesses: Children’s Voices from the Civil War, Emmy E. Werner, 1998.
Residences & Plantations dans les Vallees de l’Ohio et du Mississipi au Debut du 19e Siecle, Henri Walbert, 1948.
Richmond During the War: Four Years of Personal Observation, Sallie B. Putnam, originally published 1867, reprinted 1983.
Sarah Morgan: The Civil War Diary of a Southern Woman, edited by Charles East, 1991.
Savory Suppers & Fashionable Feasts: Dining in Victorian America, Susan Williams, 1985.
Scraps of Paper, edited by Marietta Minnigerode Andrews, 1929.
Shades of Gray, Carolyn Reeder, 1989, (pre-teen novel).
Shadows on My Heart: The Civil War Diary of Lucy Rebecca Buck of Virginia, edited by Elizabeth R. Baer, 1997.
Shook Over Hell: Post-traumatic Stress, Vietnam, and the Civil War, Eric T. Dean, 1997.
Slaves in the Family, Edward Ball, 1998.
Social Life in Old New Orleans, Eliza Ripley, 1832-1912, New York, 1975.
Soldier Life in the Union and Confederate Armies, edited by Philip Van Doren Stern, 1961.
South-Side View of Slavery; or, Three Months at the South, in 1854, Nehemiah Adams, D.D., 1854.
Southern Woman’s Story, A, Phoebe Yates Pember, 1879.
Southern Honor: Ethics & Behavior in the Old South, Bertram Wyatt-Brown, 1982.
Southern Amaranth, The, edited by Miss Sallie A. Brock, 1869.
Spiritual churches of New Orleans, The : Origins, Beliefs, and Rituals of an African-American Religion, Claude Francis Jacobs, Knoxville, 1991.
Sportin' House: A History of the New Orleans Sinners and the Birth of Jazz, Stephen Longstreet, Stephen, Los Angeles, 1965.
Story the Soldiers Wouldn’t Tell, The: Sex in the Civil War, Thomas P. Lowry, MD, 1994.
Tenting Tonight: The Soldier’s Life, James I. Robertson, Jr., 1984.
Their Sisters' Keepers: Prostitution in New York City, 1830-1870, Marilynn Wood Hill, Berkeley , 1993.
To Die in Chicago: Confederate Prisoners at Camp Douglas 1862-1865, George Levy, 1994.
Tom Brown’s Universe: The Development of the English Public School in the Nineteenth Century, J. R. de S. Honey, 1977.
Tom Brown’s School Days, Thomas Hughes, 1857.
United States Bonds; or Duress by Federal Authority: A Journal of Current Events During an Imprisonment of Fifteen Months, at Fort Delaware, Isaac W. K. Handy, D.D., 1874.
V.M.I. New Market Cadets, The, William Couper, 1933.
Victorian America, edited by Daniel Walker Howe, 1976.
Victorian America and the Civil War, Ann C. Rose, 1992.
Voodoo in New Orleans, Robert Tallant, 1946.
Voodoo Queen, The, Robert Tallant, originally pub’d 1956, reprinted 1983.
War the Women Lived, The: Female Voices from the Confederate South, edited by Walter Sullivan, 1995.
War Slang: Fighting Words and Phrases of Americans from the Civil War to the Gulf War, Paul Dickson, 1994.
Who Wore What?: Women's Wear 1861-1865, Juanita Leisch, 1995.
Within the Plantation Household: Black and White Women of the Old South, Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, 1988.
Woman’s War, A: Southern Women, Civil War, and the Confederate Legacy, edited by Edward D. C. Campbell, Jr., and Kym S. Rice, 1996.
Writer's Guide to Everyday Life in the 1800s, The, Marc McCutcheon, 1993.
[Last updated March 26, 2002]
(Illustration of me with my "Mose Muse" by Tieranny)