MILITARY ORDER OF THE LOYAL LEGION.
M. 0. I. I. TJ. S. New York commandery Continued.
Popular songs printed for the use of the New York commandery
of the Military order of the loyal legion, [n. p., 1878!]
15 p. 12 . M. 0. L. I. TJ. S. Ohio commandery.
Sketches of war history 1861-1865. Papers read before the
Ohio commandery of the Military order of the loyal legion
of the United States. 1883-1908. Cincinnati, 1888-1908.
6 v. hlus., plates, ports., maps (partly fold.) 8 . E464.M71
Marching across Carolina. By Manning F. Force. Read May 2,1883. p. 1-18.
William Haines Lytle. By Dr. and C. Kemper. Read June 6, 1883. p. 19-36.
The night after the battle. By Dr. and C. Kemper. Read July 11, 1883. p. 37-53.
Ante-bellum; or, Before the war. By W. II. Bell. Read Sept. 5,
1883. p. 54-76.
The campaign of Selma. By Lewis M. Hosea. Read Oct. 3, 1883. p. 77-106. map.
A reminiscence of AVashington and Early's attack in 1864. By Edgar
S. Dudley. Read Dec. 5, 1883. p. 107-127. Ohio's preparations for the war. By Joshua II. Bates. Bead Jan. 2,
1884. p. 128-141. Sketch of the battle of Winchester, September 19,1864. By Morton L.
Hawkins. Read Mar. 5, 1885. p. 142-159. Love of country and foot-prints of time. By James E. Murdich.
Read Apr. 2, 1884. p. 160-173. Military small arms. By Samuel B. Smith. Read Apr. 2, 1884. p. 174-187.
The military and the mob. By Mortimer D. Leggett. Read May 7,
1884. p. 188-197. Through the Wilderness to Richmond. By Asa B. Isham. Read
Sept. 3, 1884. p. 198-217. In the beginning. By George M. Finch. Read Oct. 1, 1884. p. 218-232.
Bugle blasts. By William E. Crane. Read Nov. 5,1884. p. 233-251. From the Wilderness to Spottsylvania. By Robert S. Robertson.
Read Dec. 3, 1884. p. 252-292. Personal recollections of the Vicksburg campaign. By Manning F.
Force. Read Jan. 7, 1885. p. 293-309. The growth of an idea. By William B. Hazen. Read Jan. 7, 1885. p. 310-313.
Our military future. By Carl A. G. Adae. Read Mar. 4, 1885. p. 314-328.
Cumberland Gap. By B. F. Stephenson. Read June 3, 1885. p.
329-357. (AIso as separate. E472.4.S84 In L. C.) Afield with the Eleventh Army Corps at Chancellorsville. By Owen
Rice. Read Oct. 7, 1885; rev. March, 1888. p. 358-391. An hour with victory. By James S. Ostrander. Read Dec. 2, 1885. p. 392-400.
Personal recollections of Chickamauga. By James R. Carnahan.
Read Jan. 6, 1886. p. 401-422. Index, p. 423-436.