Melvil Decimal System: 973.7471
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Works under MDS 973.7471
- The citizen-soldier, or, Memoirs of a volunteer by John Beatty
- All for the Regiment: The Army of the Ohio, 1861-1862 by Gerald J. Prokopowicz
- "We Were the Ninth": A History of the Ninth Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, April 17, 1861 to June 7, 1864 by Constantin Grebner
- A Hundred Days to Richmond: Ohio's "Hundred Days" Men in the Civil War by Jim Leeke
- Grandpa's Gone: The Adventures of Daniel Buchwalter in the Western Army, 1862-1865 by Jerry Frey
- Guarding the Overland Trails: The Eleventh Ohio Cavalry in the Civil War (Frontier Military Series) by Robert Huhn Jones
- Dan. McCook's Regiment, 52nd O.V.I. a history of the regiment, its campaigns, and battles, from 1862 to 1865 by Nixon B. Stewart
- The 26th Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry: The Groundhog Regiment by Jeffrey A. Hill
- Yankee Tigers: Through the Civil War With the 125th Ohio by Ralsa C. Rice
- From Freeman's Ford to Bentonville: The 61st Ohio Volunteer Infantry (Civil War Heritage Series, V. 12) by Robert G. Carroon
- Ohio Volunteer: The Childhood & Civil War Memoirs Of Capt. John Calvin Hartzell, OVI by John Calvin Hartzell
- History of the 3rd Ohio Cavalry by Thomas Crofts
- 8th Ohio Volunteer Infantry by Franklin Sawyer
- Burning Rails as We Pleased: The Civil War Letters of William Garrigues Bentley, 104th Ohio Volunteer Infantry by William Garrigues Bentley
- Concise History of the One Hundred and Twenty-Sixth Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, from the Date of Organization to the End of the Rebellion: With ... of the Killed, Wounded and Missing, and oth by John H. Gilson
- FIFTEENTH OHIO VOLUNTEERS by Alexis Cope
- Raising the Banner of Freedom: The 25th Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the War for the Union by Bvt. Col. Edward Culp
- A Citizen-Soldier's Civil War: The Letters of Brevet Major General Alvin C. Voris by Alvin C. Voris
- Yankee Tigers II: Civil War Field Correspondence from the Tiger Regimen of Ohio by Richard A. Baumgartner
- Ohio at Vicksburg; report of the Ohio Vicksburg Battlefield Commission by Ohio Vicksburg Battlefield Commission
- Captain Cotter's Battery: A Grassroots History of the American Civil War by Richard J. Staats
- The Boys of Company K: Ohio cavalry Soldiers in the west during the Civil War by Lee M. Cullimore
- The Civil War Memoir of Sgt. Christian Lenker, 19th Ohio Volunteers by Michael Barton
- My Dear Carrie: The Civil War Letters of George K. Pardee and Family by Robert H. Jones
- I Belonged to the 116th: A Narrative of the 116th Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War by Gerald L. Earley
- A Grassroots History of the American Civil War, Vol 2: The Bully Seventh Ohio Volunteer Infantry by Richard J. Staats
- A German Hurrah!: Civil War Letters of Friedrich Bertsch and Wilhelm Stangel, 9th Ohio Infantry (Civil War in the North Series) by Joseph R. Reinhart
- The Forty-First Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion: 1861-1865 by Robert L. Kimberly
- Men of the 9th Ohio: An Illustrated History by Harold A. George
- To See the Elephant: The Civil War Letters of John A. McKee (1861-1865) by James R. James
- Camps and Campaigns of the 107th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry 1862-1865 by Jacob Smith
- The Long Road Home: Ten Thousand Miles Through the Confederacy With the 68th Ohio by Myron B. Loop
- Personal reminiscences and experiences: Campaign life in the Union Army from 1862-1865 by One Hundred and Third Ohio Volunteer Infantry Member
- Another Day in Lincoln's Army: The Civil War Journals of Sgt. John T. Booth by Marie Mollohan
- History of the 6th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry 1861 - 1865: A Journal of Patriotism, Duty and Bravery by Richard J. Staats
- The Civil War Letters of the Late 1st Lieut. James J. Hartley, 122nd Ohio Infantry Regiment by James J. Hartley
- Battery H, First Ohio Light Artillery: The James Barnett Papers, General James Barnett, Captain James Huntington, And Second Lieutenant William Parmelee Jr. by browneedwardc
- Hannah's Letters: The Civil War Letters of Issac E. Blauvelt, Friends & Other Suitors by Hannah Speaker Blauvelt
- Ohio's Black Soldiers Who Served in the Civil War by Eric Eugene Johnson
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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