Andrew Johnson

Haskins, Ralph W. “Andrew Johnson and the Preservation of the Union.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 33 (1961): 43-60.

Hays, Willard. “Andrew Johnson’s Reputation.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 31 (1959): 1-31.

Hayes, Willard. “Andrew Johnson’s Reputation.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 32 (1960): 18-50

Milton, George Fort. “Andrew Johnson – Man of Courage.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 3 (1931): 23-34.

Williams, Harry. “Andrew Johnson as a Member of the Committee on the Conduct of the War.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 12 (1940): 70-83. 

Secession in Tennessee

Tennessee in the Civil War

Campbell, Mary R. “Tennessee and the Union, 1847-1861.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 10 (1938): 71-90. 

Hamer, Marguerite Bartlett. “The Presidential Campaign of 1860 in Tennessee.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 3 (1931): 3-22.

Queener, Verton M. “East Tennessee Sentiment and the Secession Movement, November 1860-June, 1861.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 20 (1948): 59-83.

Queener, Verton M. “The Origin of the Republican Party in East Tennessee.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 13 (1941): 66-90. 

Stasser, William A. “A Terrible Calamity Has Befallen Us: Unionist Women in Civil War East Tennessee” The Journal of East Tennessee History 71 (1999): 66-88.

The Bridge Burner Plot of 1861                                                        

Bible, Donahue, "The Hangings of the Greene County Bridge Burners."  Tennessee Ancestors 21, no. 2 (August 2005):130-138.

Kelly, Dorothy, "The Bridge Burnings and Union Uprising of 1861." Tennessee Ancestors 21, no. 2 (August 2005):123-129.

Madden, David. “Unionist Resistance to Confederate Occupation: The Bridge Burners of East Tennessee.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 52 & 53 (1980-81): 22-39.

William G. Brownlow

Conklin, Forrest. “ ‘Grape for the Rebel Masses and Hemp for Their Ladies’: Parson Brownlow’s Celebrated Tour of Northern Cities, 1862.” The Journal of East Tennessee History 77 (2005): 49-75.

Hardy, William E. “The Margins of William Brownlow’s Words: New Perspectives on the End of Radical Reconstruction in Tennessee.” The Journal of East Tennessee History 84 (2012): 78-86.

Additional Related Articles:

A Civil War Letter.” Trans. and submitted by Joe Mode. Tennessee Ancestors 16, no. 1 (April 2000): 38-44.  (Fort Donelson)

Archer, M. “A Southern Part of East Tennessee.” Tennessee Ancestors 3, no. 3 (December 1987): 199-208.

“A Southern Woman, in 1897, Remembers the Civil War.” Ed. by Anna Mary Moon. The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 21 (1949): 111-115.

“ ‘Ballet for Sam Marshall,’ 26 May 1799.” Tennessee Ancestors 16, no. 3 (December 2000): 224-227.

Blalock, Jessie. “An Analysis of Some Unionist Recruiting Trends.” Tennessee Ancestors 16, no. 2 (August 2000): 84-85.

Burt, Jesse. “East Tennessee, Lincoln, and Sherman.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 34 (1962): 3-25.

Burt, Jesse. “East Tennessee, Lincoln, and Sherman: Part II.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 35 (1963): 54-75.

Campbell, James B. “East Tennessee During the Federal Occupation, 1863-1865.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 19 (1947): 64-80.

“Civil War Letters from Tennessee: Drury F. Dryden, 19th Independent Battery, Ohio Light Artillery, U.S.A.” Tennessee Ancestors 5, no. 1 (April 1989): 5-10.

 “Civil War Muster Roll of Captain Isham Young’s Company I, First Regiment of East Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, U.S.A.: Letters from Thomas Bible to Captain Jesse M. Littlelton.” Trans. by Steve Cotham. Tennessee Ancestors 4, no. 3 (December 1988): 224-229.

“Civil War Song of Linsay Hasten Fields.” Tennessee Ancestors 4, no. 3 (December 1988): 230.

“Conscience and Christianity: A Middle Tennessee Unionist Renounces His Church, 1867.” Ed. by Stephen V. Ash. The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 54 & 55 (1982-83): 111-115.

Earp, Charles A. “A Confederate Aide-de-Camp’s Letters from the Chattanooga Area, 1863.” The Journal of East Tennessee History 67 (1995): 106-119.

“Emma Bell Ragsdale Henderson.” Tennessee Ancestors 13, no. 2 (August 1997): 104-107.

“From Chickamauga to Chattanooga, the Battlefield Account of Sergeant John M. Kane.” Ed. by Joseph E. Suppiger. The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 45 (1973): 99-108.

 Gass, L.E. “Two Soldiers: A True Vignette of the Civil War.” Tennessee Ancestors 8, no. 1 (April 1992): 27-30.

“J.M. Elkin’s Life: A Short Sketch Written for the Duffau Progress by Himself about the Year 1915.” Tennessee Ancestors 2, no. 2 (August 1986): 76-80.

“Letter from Sgt. Ganum Vineyard at the Battle of Murfreesboro to His Wife in Grainger County, Tennessee.” Tennessee Ancestors 16, no. 2 (August 2000): 123-124.

“Letters of the Offield Brothers, Confederate Soldiers from Upper East Tennessee.” Ed. by Leona Taylor Aiken. The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 46 (1974): 116-125.

Lillard, Stewart. “Meigs County Battle Flags.” Tennessee Ancestors 3, no. 3 (December 1987): 215-220.

McCoy, William J. “Abram Thomas, a Welsh Ironmaster in Civil War Knoxville.” Tennessee Ancestors 7, no. 2 (August 1991): 210-214.

McKee, James W., Jr. “Felix K. Zollicoffer: Confederate Defender of East Tennessee (Part I).” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 42 (1970): 34-58.

“Selected Civil War-Related Articles from Brownlow’s Knoxville Whig, later known as the Knoxville Whig and Rebel Ventilator.” Tennessee Ancestors 26, no. 1 (April 2010): 10-14.

 “ ‘Stray Thoughts’: The Civil War Diary of Ethie M. Foute Eagleton.” Ed. by Elvie Eagleton Skipper and Ruth Gove, with a forward by Ottis C. Skipper. Part I. The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 40 (1968): 128-137; Part II. 41 (1969): 116-128.

 “ ‘Stray Thoughts’: The Civil War Diary of Ethie M. Foute Eagleton.” Ed. by Elvie Eagleton Skipper and Ruth Gove, with a forward by Ottis C. Skipper. Part I. The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 40 (1968): 128-137; Part II. 41 (1969): 116-128. (Part 2)

"The Beersheba Diary of L. Virginia French, Part I, Summer and Fall, 1863.” Ed. by Herschel Gower. The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 52 & 53 (1980-81): 89-107.

“The Beersheba Diary of L. Virginia French, Part II, Winter, Spring, and Summer, 1864.” The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 54 & 55 (1982-83): 3-25.

“The Education of a Southern Mind: Extracts from the Diary of John Coffee Williamson, 1860-1861.” Ed. by Ben Harris McClary. The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 32 (1960): 94-105.

“Three Yankee Soldier-Brothers in the Battle of Chattanooga: Three Letters.” Ed. by Merrill Proudfoot and Stanley J. Folmsbee. The East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications 35 (1963): 100-105.

“Two Letters Home from Sgt. A.B. Murrin, A Union Volunteer from Blount County.” Ed. by Eugene E. Doll. Tennessee Ancestors 3, no. 1 (April 1987): 35-47.

Wallenstein, Peter. “Which Side Are You On?: The Social Origins of White Union Troops from Civil War Tennessee.” The Journal of East Tennessee History 63 (1991): 72-103.