Civil War Research
A Guide to Alabama Civil War Research
this book helps you look for a very small cog in the wheel,
regular people, with ordinary problems and concerns,
who found themselves swept into the vortex
of war in their own homes.
With all the many hundreds of books on the Civil War coming out every year and thousands now available on line, the challenge for the non-professional Civil War researcher is to zero in on the relevant material that will aid in your research.
John Rigdon, a professional Civil War researcher, and author of dozens of Civil War books has finally authored a volume that will aid your research in Alabama. The book is 211 pages in length and it will open up the universe of materials available to you in a way never shown before.
Alabama 4th Cavalry Regiment (Russell's)
Alabama 12th Cavalry Regiment
Alabama 18th Cavalry Battalion
3rd Confederate Cavalry Regiment: DeKalb - Jackson - Wilcox
Alabama 2nd Infantry Regiment
Alabama 4th Infantry Regiment
Alabama 6th Infantry Regiment
Alabama 7th Infantry Regiment
Alabama 9th Infantry Regiment
Alabama 12th Infantry Regiment
Alabama 49th Infantry Regiment
Alabama 55th Infantry Regiment
1st Confederate Infantry Battalion: some men from old 2nd Alabama Infantry Regiment: Calhoun - Jackson - Mobile
Waddell's Alabama Battery
Confederate Bricks (AL 54th Infantry Regiment, Co, B
Emmett Guards (AL 24th Infantry Regiment, Co, B
Mr. Rigdon has spent over 25 years researching and organizing these materials and this book truly represents a lifetime of achievement in the field of Alabama Civil War research.
John C. Rigdon
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