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Resources Used--Bibliography

Wisconsin and the Civil War

**primary source documents featured in lesson plans

**"Arrival of Secession Prisoners." Wisconsin State Journal, 4/21/1862.

"Camp Randall in the Civil War." Wisconsin Electronic Reader. (1998).

"Camp Randall Sent 70,000 Soldiers to Fight for the North." Wisconsin Then and Now. (1972): 6-7.

Cooke, Chauncey H. "Letters of a Badger Boy in Blue: Life at Old Camp Randall." Wisconsin Magazine of History. 4 (1920): 75-77.

**Cooke, Chauncey H. Soldier Boy's Letters to His Father and Mother, 1862-1865. Mondovi: The Mondovi Herald, c.1919.

**Cronk, John. Civil War letter to Charles Palmer. Madison, 1862. In the manuscript collection. State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

Current, Richard N. The History of Wisconsin Volume II. The Civil War Era, 1848- 1873. Madison: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1976.

**Favill, John. Certificates indicating reasons for medical deferments. Dane County, 1862. In Civil War Draft Records. State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

Heberling, James R. The Boys at Forest Hill. Madison: J.R. Beberling, 1992.

Historic Madison, Inc., Forest Hill Cemetery Committee. A Biographical Guide to Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, Wisconsin: The Ordinary and the Famous Women and Men Who Shaped Madison and the World. Madison: 1996.

Holzhueter, John. Madison during the Civil War Era: A Portfolio of Rare Photographs. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1997.

Klement, Frank. "'Brick' Pomeroy: Copperhead and Curmudgeon," Wisconsin Magazine of History, 35 Winter 1961, 106-113, 156-157.

Klement, Frank L. Wisconsin in the Civil War. Madison: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1997.

Larsen, Lawrence H. "Draft Riot in Wisconsin, 1862," Civil War History, 7 December 1961: 421-423.

**Letters written by doctors and acquaintances to help men called obtain exemption. Dane County, 1862. In Medical Correspondence. State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

Malone, Bobbie. Back to the Beginnings: The Early Days of Dane County. Madison: Litho Productions, 1998.

Mattern, Carolyn J. Soldiers When They Go: The Story of Camp Randall, 1861-1865. Madison: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1981.

**"Matters at Camp Randall." Wisconsin Weekly Patriot, 4/26/1862.

Mollenhoff, David. Madison: A History of the Formative Years. Dubuque: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1982.

Nesbit, Robert. Wisconsin: A History. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1989.

Piersma, Matthew. "Confederate Prisoners Arrive at Camp Randall." The Bugle- Wisconsin Veterans Museum Foundation. 7:2, 1, 14.

**Pomeroy, Marcus "Brick." "Abraham Lincoln." The LaCrosse Daily Democrat, 8/15/1864.

**Pomeroy, Marcus "Brick." "Look At It." The LaCrosse Daily Democrat, 8/24/1864.

**Salomon, Edward. Letters. Madison, 1862. In Volume 5- Series 33 of Governors Correspondence General 1838-1926. State Historical Society of Wisconsin

Stevens, Michael E. and Steven B. Burg. Editing Historical Documents: A Handbook of Practice, Walnut Creek: AltaMira Press, 1997.

**United States Office of the Provost Marshal General Board of Enrollment. Broadside listing the names of draft dodgers for the First District of Wisconsin. In the Historic Pamphlet Collection. State Historical Society Library.

**Van Slyke, N.B. Detailed Drawing of Camp Randall, 1865. In Visual Archives WHi(X3)33886. State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

**Vilas, Levi. Lists of men eligible for the 1862 militia draft. Dane County, 1862. In Civil War Draft Records. State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

**"Visits to Camp Randall Discontinued." Wisconsin State Journal, 4/29/1862.

White, Richard Grant. Poetry of the Civil War. New York: The American News Company, 1866.

Additional Civil War Teaching Resources

Primary Sources

Duke University Women of the Civil War 

The Valley of the Shadow: Living the Civil War in Pennsylvania and Virginia 

National Park Service Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System

Lesson Plans

National Archives: Digital Classroom-The Fight for Equal Rights: Black Soldiers in the Civil War

Teaching with Historic Places-Andersonville: Prisoner of War Camp

Teaching with Historic Places-The Battle of Bentonville: Caring for the Casualties of the Civil War 

Teaching with Historic Places-The Battle of Mill Springs: The Civil War Divides a Border State

Teaching with Historic Places-Choices and Commitments: The Soldiers at Gettysburg

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