Abbot, Lisa. Augusta: city of industry and industrious 1979 Augusta, Ga. Augusta bicentennial, May 12th to 18th. 1935
Augusta, Ga. Congregation Children of Israel. Into a second century: 1845-1945. Centennial Celebration. Augusta, Ga., 1945. 18 leaves. 27 cm BM225.A9 A9
Benson, Berry. Berry Benson's Civil War book: memoirs of a Confederate scout and sharpshooter.
Bigbie, Alethia E. Memories: the Academy of Richmond County, 1982
Cashin Edward J., 192 An informal history of Augusta / Edward J. 1978
Cashin Edward J., 192 General Sherman’s girl friend: and other Stories 1992
Cashin, Edward J., 192 The story of Augusta / Edward L Cashin. 1980
Corley, Florence Fleming. Confederate City, Augusta, Georgia, 1860-1865. Columbia, University of South Carolina Press, 1960.
Cumming, Mary Gairdner Two centuries of Augusta : a sketch / by M 1926
Cumming Letters, 1794 to 1954 - Calendar / compiled by Mary Ann Cashin Augusta, Ga. : Reese Library, Augusta College, 1983. 60 leaves; 28 cm. NOTES: 'This calendar is a chronological register of the 390 Cumming papers (mostly letters) which were donated to Reese Library by Joseph B. Cumming of Augusta.' Includes bibliographical references.
De Treville, John R- The little new South: origins of industry in Georgia's fall-line cities, 1840-1865 / by John R- de Treville. 1985. iv, 370 leaves. Thesis (Ph. D.)-University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1985. Bibliography: leaves -370.
Elliott, E. N., ed. Cotton is king, and pro-slavery arguments: comprising the writings of Hammond, Harper, Christy, Stringfellow, Hodge, Bledsoe, and Cartwright, on this important subject. By E. N. Efliott. With an essay on slavery in the light of international law, by the editor. Augusta, Ga., Pritchard, Abbott & Loomis, 1860. xv p., I ., 19-908 p. ports. 25 cm. E449 E48
Fleming, Berry, 1899-1989. Autobiography of a city in arms : Augusta, Georgia, 1861-1865 / compiled and with a pref. by Berry Fleming. Augusta, Ga. : Richmond County Historical Society, c I 976. xi, 165 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. F294.A9 F55x
Folmar, John Kent, editor. Augusta, Georgia 1860-1861, as seen in three letters. [Savannah, 1969] 523-528 p. 23 cm F286.5.A3 no. 39 NOTES: From Georgia Historical (Quarterly, v. 53, no. 4, December 1969.
Moody, Lester S. Old homes of Augusta, Georgia. [Augusta, Ga., Chamber of Commerce, 1950] 17 p. 18 cm.
Lamar, Joseph Rucker, Address ... at the unveiling of the monument 1901
Lamar, J. S. Masonry, past and present. An address delivered before the Masonic Societies of Augusta, Georgia. December 27th, 1859, the anniversary of St. John the Evangelist. Augusta, Ga., J. Morris, Book and Job Printer, 1860. HS405 .L2
Pfadenhauer, Ruby Mabr History of Augusta Arsenal in Augusta, Geo 1970
Polatty, Griffith Lamkin. Richmond County historic resources survey / Griffith Lamkin Polatty. [Augusta, Ga. : s.n.], 1989. 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 29 cm F292.R5 P6x 1989
Rains, George Washington, 1817-1898. The Confederate Powder Works. An address delivered before the UDC in Augusta GA with additional notes on the building and operations of the works. Reprint 1998 Eastern Digital Resources.
Rains, George Washington 1817-1898. Notes on making saltpetre from the earth of the caves / by Major Geo. W. Rains. [Huntsville, Ala. : 'Be Huntsville Grotto, 1973] 11 leaves ; 28 cm. TP238 R3y NOTES: Caption title: How to make saltpetre. Limited-edition printing made from a microfilm copy obtained from the Library of Congress.
Rowland, Arthur Ray, 1930- Augusta imprints : a checklist 1786-1860 /by Arthur Ray Rowland. Augusta, Ga.: RR Books, 1998. 71 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. F286. R69 A9x 1998
Weiss, George G. They've torn old Union down. [Milwaukee, 1973] 42-47 p. 28 cm NOTES: Appeared in the Feb. 1973 (v. 33, no. 4) issue of Trains, the magazine of railroading.
Whites, LeeAnn The Civil War as a crisis in gender: Augusta, Georgia, 1860-1890 / LeaAnn Whites. Athens: University of Georgia Press, cl995. x, 277 p.; 24 cm HQ1439.A94 W5 1995 NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-266) and index.
NEWSPAPER: Augusta newspaper digest. Compiled from the archives of the Augusta Chronicle. 193u NOTES: The WPA abstracted 1863 - 1865. I have begun work on 1861 and 1862. The abstracts are on line at http://www.researchonline.net/richmond. The microfilm for the entire war years exist except for a few missing days.
Individual histories for the companies formed in Augusta and surrounding counties may be found on line:
http://www.researchonline.net/gacw/county/richmond - Richmond County http://www.researchonline.net/gacw/county/burke - Burke County http://www.researchonline.net/gacw/county/columbia - Columbia County
Confederate Military History, Extended Edition. Vol. 7: Georgia. Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot, 1987. E484C65.1987v7. CD-ROM Available Eastern Digital Resources
Crute, Joseph H., Jr. Units of the Confederate States Army. Midlothian VA: Derwent Books, 1987.
Folsom, James M. Heroes and Martyrs of Georgia: Georgia’s Record in the Revolution of 1861. Baltimore, 1995. E559F65.1995.
Henderson, Lillian Rosters of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia. Georgia State Division of Confederate Pensions and Records. Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, 1861-1865. Vol. 2. Hapeville, GA: Longino & Porter, 1959. E559.3G4v2. CD-ROM Available - Eastern Digital Resources - PO Box 1451 - Clearwater, SC 29822-1451 This 6 volume set was originally done for the state of Georgia by Lillian Henderson and has been out of print for many years. It contains rosters / compiled service records of Georgia Regiments 1-66, 803 company rosters in all.
Jones, Charles E. Georgia in the War, 1861-1866. Atlanta, GA: Foot & Davies, 1909. E559.4J76. Reprint with additional notes and index. 1999. Eastern Digital Resources
Rigdon, John An Index to Georgia Civil War Soldiers - CD-ROM Eastern Digital Resources - PO Box 1451 - Clearwater, SC 29822-1451. This CD-ROM contains the names and service units of approx. 100,000 men who served in the Civil War from Georgia including approx. 20,000 names not found in Henderson's Rosters of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia. It also includes an extensive bibliography by regiment for researching the various units.
Rigdon, John The Civil War in Georgia Eastern Digital Resources - PO Box 1451 - Clearwater, SC 29822 This CD-ROM contains an extensive bibliography for researching The Civil War in Georgia, outline sketches on 200 + military units formed in GA, and service records on over 8,000 men who served from GA.
Rigdon, John C. The Boys of the Fifth. The Regimental History of the GA Fifth Infantry Regiment. 1997 Clearwater, SC. Eastern Digital Resources.
Sifakis, Stewart Compendium of the Confederate Armies:...Georgia. NY.- Facts an File, 1995. E577S53.1995.
Zwemer, John. For Home and the Southland. The Regimental History of the GA 48h Infantry Regiment 1999. Butternut and Blue.
(Units Formed in the Area)
The references below refer to regimental histories, biographies, and journals with significant information on the designated unit For those units which I have listed NOTHING PUBLISHED, there are some general references available, compiled service records on microfilm, and sketches of the unit on my Civil War in Georgia web site: http:/www.researchonline.net/gacw
Units formed in Burke County
2nd Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company D, Burke Sharpshooters REF: 1, 2, 3
3rd Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company A, Burke Guards REF: 4 5 6 7 8
32ndRegimentGeorgialnfantry,Company C, Williams Volunteers
32nd Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company K, Alexander Greys REF:
48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company D, Burke Volunteers REF: 5, 9
Units formed in Columbia County
10th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company F, Thomson Guards REF: 10, 11, 12 Columbia
16th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company (Sallie Twiggs Regiment) K, Ramsey Volunteers REF: 13,14,15,16 Columbia
37th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company H, Pettus Volunteers Columbia
48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company G Hamilton Rangers REF: 5, 9
Units formed in Richmond County
Richmond 1st Confederate Regiment Georgia Volunteers Fl REF:
Richmond 1st Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company (Ramsey) D, Oglethorpe Infantry REF: 5, 17
Richmond 1st Regiment Georgia Infantry, Company (Ramsey) L Walker Light Infantry REF: 5, 17
Richmond 3rd Regiment Georgia Infantry, Company G, Confederate Light Guards REF: 6,18, 19
Richmond 3rd Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company I1 REF: 8, 17, 1 8
Richmond 5th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company A, Clinch Rifles REF: 19, 20, 21
Richmond 5th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company C, Irish Volunteers REF: 19,20,21
Richmond 5th Regiment Georgia Infantry, Company N REF: 19,20,21
Richmond 9th Regiment, 3rd Brigade Regiment, Georgia State Troops A
Richmond 10th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company B, Letcher Guards REF: 10, 11
Richmond 10th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company D, Independent Blues REF: 10, 11
Richmond 10th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company K, Davis Musketeers REF: 10, 11
Richmond 20th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company K, Montgomery Guards
Richmond 22nd Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company A REF: 22
Richmond 48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company C, Georgia Light Guards REF: 5, 9
Richmond 48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company 1, Wilson Tigers REF: 5, 9
Richmond 62nd Regiment Georgia Infantry, Company E, Jennings Rangers
Richmond 62nd Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company H REF:
Richmond 62nd Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company I
Richmond 63rd Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company A, Oglethorpe Light Artillery REF: 23, 24
Richmond City Guard (Augusta) * City Guard (Augusta)
Augusta Arsenal Infantry Battalion REF: NOTHING PUBLISHED
Augusta Fire Brigade Infantry Battalion Reserves
Two Calvary Units in Cobb’s Legion were from Augusta REF: NOTHING PUBLISHED