Online Resources


Bibliography and Capsule History from Larry Stevens' "Ohio in the Civil War"
Unit Bibliography (MS Word doc)
from U.S. Military History Institute
114th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
There are a lot of transfers from the 114th in the 48th
120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Part of the 48th Ohio Battalion
Signal Corps Association
Members of the 48th were detailed to the Signal Corps: Cornelius Conrad, Frederick Kieser, D. R. Plyley, & Henry B. Whiteman.
Arkasas Post from Images of the Past
Sullivan, Peter John, 1821-1883. Letters, 1878
LSU Libraries, Special Collections
Gen. Frederick Steele Papers, 1845-1965 (inclusive), 1862-1868 (bulk)
Stanford University, Manuscripts Division
Letter from Capt. John Trice, 4th Ky. Inf., after Shiloh
(Mentions 48th OVI)
CAMP FORD, C.S.A., The largest Confederate Prisoner of War Camp west of the Mississippi River.
Camp Ford: Largest Confederate Prison Camp West of the Mississippi, By Robert W. Glover, Heritage Magazine, 1996, V14 N3
Archaeological and Historical Investigations at Camp Ford, Texas, Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University
Modern Photographs of the site of Camp Ford, from Brian Green's John Henry Upton page
Smith County Historical Society
Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas
Camp Ford: A Civil War-Era Prisoner-of-War Camp by Dr. Alston V. Thoms
Capt. S.A. Poché and the 18th Louisiana perspective on the Battle of Sabine Crossroads.
Red River Campaign, from Shotgun's Home of the American Civil War
Fort Blakeley, Alabama - Scene of the Last Major Battle of the Civil War (Blakeley State Park)
13th Corps Organization as part of the Army of the Tennessee (Bart Johnson)
Major General W. T. Sherman's Special Order #34 (Jon Berndt)
Order of Battle for Shiloh, TN
Photograph and Letters of Ralph Buckland, Division Commander for the 48th OVVI at Shiloh (Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library)
GenWeb web sites for the counties from which the 48th was recruited
List of online regimental histories provided by James River Publications
Three Soldiers of Valor by Bart Benjamin. Chronicles the 77th Illinois, which fought alongside of the 48th OVI at Vicksburg and other battles.
The Battle of Champion Hill
Ohio in the Civil War Archive
Factasy American Civil War
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System Complete Index to Soldiers by Unit
Ordering Military Records from the National Archives



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