The following are sources that mention the 74th.
Bates, Samuel. History of
Burton, William. Melting Pot Soldier: The Union Ethnic Regiments.
Carroon, Robert G. editor. From
Freeman’s Ford to Bentonville – The 61st
Collins, Darrell L. The
Hennessy, John J. Return to Bull Run – The Campaign and
Hennessy, John. Historical Report on the Troop Movements
for the Second
Killikelly, Sarah H. The History
Krick, Robert. Conquering
the Valley: Stonewall Jackson at
Lowry, Thomas P. The Story the Soldiers Wouldn’t Tell – Sex
in the Civil War. Stackpole Books,
11. Paula, James S. The Sigel Regiment.
Sauers, Richard A. Advance the Colors!
Trefousse, Hans L. Carl Shurz: A Biography.
United States War
Department. War of Rebellion. A Compilation of the Official Records of the
The Union Army. Vol. 1. Federal
Valuska, David L., et
Wise, Stephen R. Gate of Hell, Campaign for
O’Brien, Kevin E. “Bullets Came as Thick as Hail:” Krzyzanowski’s Brigade Deends the
Kross, Gary. The XI Corps at
1. The New York Times
Sunday, 3 May 1863 – pg. 1
Tuesday, 5 May 1863, pg. 8
16 May 1863, pg. 93
Tuesday, 3 Sept 1861, pg. 1
Monday, 23 Sept 1861, pg. 1
GERMANS AND THE CIVIL WAR: ETHNICITY AND ANTI-AMERICANIZATION – A paper
written Christian Keller of
74th Tombstone Inscriptions. A page that was created by Tom and Nancy McAdams using their information and also that of Bill Reynolds. Tom and Bill are members of the Davis Star Camp of the SUVCW.