|Frederick Douglass on the great opportunity for the nation, 1861|
|Douglass on conscription, 1863|
|General Nathaniel P. Banks on his black troops, 1863|
|McClellan addressing the Northern army|
|Sherman on the value of railroads, 1864|
|Lincoln's letter appointing Hooker to Potomac Command, 1863|
|Lee's request to be replaced, 1863|
|Letter from a rebel to his mother, Spotsylvania Court House, 1864|
|"Battle Hymn of the Republic"|
|Lincoln's Gettysburg Address|
|Sherman's reply to the citizens of Atlanta, 1864|
|"Sherman's Buzzin' Along to de Sea"|
|Lincoln on Reconstruction, 1865|
|Resolutions of McGowan's South Carolina Brigade, 1865|
|Davis's last message to the Confederate people, 1865|
|Lee's farewell to his army, 1865|
|Grant's final report on the war, 1865|
|Lincoln's second inaugural address, 1865|
|Wert Jeffrey D. Mosby's Rangers. 9 cassettes. 13.5 hours. Books on Tape, Newport Beach, CA. 1992. Dick Estell reads the 1990 study of the 43d Battalion of Virginia cavalry, the partisan raiders led by John Singleton Mosby.|
Crawford Richard. The Civil War Songbook; Complete Original Sheet Music for 37 Songs. New York: Dover, 1977.
Harwell Richard Barksdale. "Confederate Carrousel: Southern Songs of the Sixties." Emory University Quarterly 6 ( June 1950): 84-100.
-----. Confederate Music. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1950.
Heaps Willard A., and Porter W. Heaps. The Singing Sixties: The Spirit of Civil War Days Drawn from the Music of the Times. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1960.
Hoogerwerf Frank W. Confederate Sheet-Music Imprints. ISAM Monographs, number 21. Brooklyn, NY: Institute for Studies in American Music, Conservatory of Music, Brooklyn College, 1984.
Root George F., ed. The Bugle-Call. Chicago: Root & Cady, 1863.
Scheurer Timothy E. "'Who Shall Rule This American Nation?' The Civil War Era." In Born in the U.S.A.: The Myth of America in Popular Music from Colonial Times to the Present. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1991.
Soldiers' and Sailors' Patriotic Songs. New York: Loyal Publication Society, 1864.
Silber Irwin. Songs of the Civil War. New York: Columbia University Press, 1960.