American Civil War: The Indiana Home Front

Affectionately Yours

Indiana Historical Society Press
IND 973.7 Af

A unique collection of Civil War era letters  sent from a committed Indiana Union family to their son, a soldier on the  battlefield. The letters tell of what was happening at home in the villages and  towns unscarred by the war.

Camp Morton

Hattie Winslow
973.7 Wi

Camp Morton, named for  Governor Oliver P. Morton was first used as a training camp, but after 1862 was  pressed into service as a prisoner of war camp. The area now bounded by 19th  and 22nd street, Central Ave. and Talbott St had been the site of  the Indiana State Fair, whose board sued the federal government for damages  after the war in the amount of $9815.56 and won.  Please use this link to search for this title in the Library Catalog. Camp Morton

Complete Civil War Road Trip Guide

Michael Weeks
973.73 Wee

Covers outlines of ten itineraries for short  road trips that cover every major battle of the war.

Indiana Legion

John Etter
IND 973.7472 Ett

50,000 men served in the Home  Guard in Indiana, serving as a first line of defense against invasion, prison guards  and intelligence officers.

Smoke, Sound and Fury

Lew Wallace
IND 973.7472 Wa

Drawn from Wallace's  autobiography, the book chronicles the successes and failures of his time of  service during the Civil War