100th Illinois Volunteers Infantry Regiment
Sources in the Illinois State Historical Library
Contributed by Jan Strasma.
Johnson, Kathy. Colonel Frederick Bartleson
. [Lockport, Ill.]: Will County Historical Society, 1983.
Nineteenth Annual Reunion of the One Hundredth Regiment Illinois
Held at Norton's Opera House, Lockport, Illinois, September 17, 1903
. Joliet, Ill.: Joliet Republican Printing Co., ; reprint,
Will County Historical Society, 1980.
Peelle, Margaret W., ed. Letters from Libby Prison, Being the Authentic
Letters Written While in Confederate
Captivity in the Notorious Libby Prison, at Richmond, by the Gallant Union
Frederick A. Bartleson, Colonel of the 100th Illinois Volunteers, Captured
at Chickamauga and, After His Release, Fated to Die Gloriously at Kenesaw
. New York: Greenwich Book Publishers, 1956.
Also available at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign]
Second Annual Reunion of the 100th Regiment, Illinois Volunteer
Infantry, Held in
Joliet, Illinois, September 16, 1886
, Joliet, Ill.: Press Co., 1886. [Note: This document in available
on microfiche at the Illinois State Archives regional
Waterman, Arba N. "The Battle of Chickamauga." In Military
Essays and Recollections: Papers Read Before the Commandery of the State
of Illinois, Military order of the Loyal Legion of the United States
, Vol. 1, pp. 231-45. Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Co., 1891.
Also available at other libraries throughout Illinois
Woodruff, George H. "History of the One Hundredth; or, Will County
Regiment." In Fifteen Years Ago: Or the Patroitoism of Will
County, Designed to Preserve the
Names and memory of Will County Soldiers,...
pp. 224-360. Joliet, Ill.: James Goodspeed, 1876. [Note: Available on the 100th Illinois Volunteers
The above bibliography is excepted from "A Bibliography of Illinois
Civil War Regimental
Sources in the Illinois State Library," compiled by William B. Tubbs,
Journal, Vol. 87 (Autumn, 1994), p. 185.
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