This page contains a list of regimental histories, diaries, letters, and other documents for Texas regiments which participated in the Siege of Petersburg. These books are organized by regiment. If you know of a book not listed here, please use the Contact form and let us know!
- 1st TX: First Texas Regiment
- 1st TX: From Corsicana to Appomattox: The Story of the Corsicana Invincibles and the Navarro Rifles
- 1st TX: History of Captain B.F. Benton’s Company, Hood’s Texas Brigade, 1861-1865
- 1st TX: History of Company M: First Texas Volunteer Infantry
- 1st TX: The Marshall Guards; Harrison County’s Contribution to Hood’s Texas Brigade
- 1st TX: “A Yellow Rose in Old Dominion: The Civil War Reminiscences of Orlando T. Hanks.” (MA Thesis)
- 1st TX: ”Antebellum Social Characteristics of the Officers and Men in the First Texas Infantry, Confederate States Army.” (MA Thesis)
- 4th TX: A Soldier’s Letters to Charming Nellie
- 4th TX: From Corsicana to Appomattox: The Story of the Coriscana Invincibles and Navarro Rifles
- 4th TX: Gaines’ Mill to Appomattox: Waco & McLennan County in Hood’s Texas Brigade
- 4th TX: Memories of the Lost Cause: Stories and Adventures of a Confederate Soldier
- 4th TX: Mexican Texans in the Union Army
- 4th TX: Rags and Hope: The Recollections of Val. C. Giles Four Years with Hood’s Brigade, Fourth Texas Infantry, 1861-1865
- 4th TX: The Confederate Soldier: And Ten Years in South America
- 5th TX: “The Men of the Bayou City Guards (Company A, 5th Texas Infantry, Hood’s Brigade).” Thesis
- 5th TX: Forever the Cause: The Life and Legacy of Confederate Colonel Robert M. Powell, 5th Texas Infantry
- 5th TX: Hood’s Texas Brigade, Its Marches, Its Battles, Its Achievements
- 5th TX: Lone Star Confederate: A Gallant and Good Soldier of the 5th Texas Infantry
- 5th TX: Lone Star Preacher: Being a Chronicle of the Acts of Praxitales Swan, M.E. Church South, Sometime Captain, 5th Texas Regiment, Confederate States Provisional Army
- 5th TX: Rebel Private, Front and Rear; Experiences and Observations from the Early Fifties and Through the Civil War
- 5th TX: Reminiscences of the Civil War
- 5th TX: Touched by Fire: Letters From Company D, 5th Texas Infantry, Hood’s Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia, 1862-1865
- 5th TX: Unveiling and Dedication of Monument to Hood’s Texas Brigade on the Capitol Grounds at Austin, Texas
- 5th TX: War Letters of Captain Tacitus T. Clay, C.S.A.
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