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The following article on the Petersburg Campaign can be found in the Maine MOLLUS War Papers (War Papers: Read Before the Commandery of the State of Maine, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States). The link to the specific article on Beyond the Crater is located at the bottom of this page.

Volume 1

  • With the Seventh Maine Battery. – By Brevet Major William B. Lapham.
  • The Military Operations on the White Oak Road, Virginia, March 31, 1865. – By Brevet Major-General Joshua L. Chamberlain.
  • The Battle of “The Crater.” – By Captain Horace H. Burbank.

Volume 21

Volume 33

  • With the Signal Corps from Fortress Monroe to Richmond. May, 1864-April, 1865. – By Brevet Captain Sylvester B. Partridge.
  • Reminiscences of Petersburg and Appomattox October, 1903. – By Brevet Major-General Joshua L. Chamberlain.
  • Capture of Richmond, Va., April 3, 1865. – By First-Lieutenant Silas Adams.
  • The Dawn of the Morning at Appomattox. – By Brevet Brigadier-General Jonathan P. Cilley.

Volume 44

  • Three Years a Volunteer Soldier in the Civil War. Antietam to Appomattox. – By Lieutenant George D. Bisbee.
  • Nineteenth Maine at High Bridge. – By Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph W. Spaulding.
  • Fort Fisher-City Point-Richmond, 1864-65. – By Rear Admiral W. C. Wise.

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Notes:

  1. I have been unable to find Volume 2 at Google Books and elsewhere.  If you know of a web site where I can gain access to scanned images of the pages, please let me know using our Contact Form.
  2. This paper has been transcribed at the excellent SUVCW page for the MOLLUS War Papers.  Until I can gain access to Volume 2, I encourage you to look over their page for numerous transcribed MOLLUS War Papers.
  3. I have been unable to find Volume 3 at Google Books and elsewhere.  If you know of a web site where I can gain access to scanned images of the pages, please let me know using our Contact Form.
  4. I have been unable to find Volume 4 at Google Books and elsewhere.  If you know of a web site where I can gain access to scanned images of the pages, please let me know using our Contact Form.

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