The library call letters designate the book in the Arizona State Library. Items in the Arizona and Southwest Index are located either in the Arizona Collection, Labriola, Chicano Collection or the Arizona Historical Foundation. The location can be identified by the first letter in the call number. Items in the Arizona Collection are denoted by the prefix C. For Example CB BIO Hart, Pearl would be a biography in the Arizona Collection of Pearl Hart. M is for Chicano Collection, LAB is for Labriola, F is for Foundation. The second letter denotes the type of medium. B is for Biography, E is for Ephemera, and P is for photograph.
Altshuler, Constance Wynn. Chains of Command, Arizona and the Army, 1856-1875. Tucson: The Arizona Historical Society, 1981.
_________. Latest from Arizona! The Hesperian Letters, 1859-1861. Tucson: Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, 1969.
Bancroft, Hubert Howard. History of Arizona and New Mexico 1530-1888. Albuquerque: Horn & Wallace, 1962.
Browne, J. Ross. Adventures in the Apache Country: A Tour through Arizona and Sonora, 1864. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1871.
Cheek, Lawrence W. (1995). Arizona. Oakland, CA: Compass American Guides. ISBN 1-878867-72-5
Clendenen, Col. Clarence C. "The Column of California." Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol. 9, No. 9 (1971).
Finch, L. Boyd. Confederate pathway to the Pacific : Major Sherod Hunter and Arizona Territory, C.S.A. E470.9 .F56 1996
Fischer, Leroy H. The Western territories in the Civil War E470.9 .W4x 1977
Hastings, Virginia Marston. A history of Arizona during the Civil War, 1861-1865. E495.95 .H3x
Hedrick, Larry R. Picacho Pass, Arizona's Civil War story E473.4 .H4x
Hunt, Aurora. The army of the Pacific; its operations in California, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Plains Region, Mexico, etc., 1860-1866 Glendale: Arthur H. Clark Co., 1951. E470.9 .H8
Josephy, Jr., Alvin M. The Civil War in the American West New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1991. E470.9 .J66 1991
Kerby, Robert Lee, The Confederate Invasion of New Mexico and Arizona, Westernlore Press, 1958. ISBN 0-87026-055-3
Lewis, Oscar. The war in the Far West: 1861-1865. F594 .L67
Low, Frederick Ferdinand. Correspondence between Governor Frederick F. Low and Brigadier-General Jas. H. Carleton. E470.9 .L69x
Masich, Andrew E. (2006). The Civil War in Arizona; the Story of the California Volunteers, 1861-65. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
Miller, Darlis A. The California Column in New Mexico F801 .M47 1982
Ringer, Craig. Engagement at Picacho Pass. Arizona State Parks, 2000.
Sheridan, Thomas E. (1995). Arizona: A History. Tucson, AZ: The University of Arizona Press. ISBN 0-8165-1515-8
Tompkins, Mrs. Harry C. (Teresa Cox) Editor. History of the Arizona Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1918-1978 E483.5 .A7 T6x
Wilkes, Homer D. The Column from California E473.46 .W54x
Paul Hubbard collection, 1945-1990 [manuscript] MS FM MSS 80
Correspondence of John William Denver, 1858-1872. FM MSM-325
Fort Leavenworth in 1861, N.D. FM MSM-98
Deposition of Captain R. S. C. Lord, October 1863. FM MSM-227
Muster Rolls of Companies "A", "E", and "F", First Arizona Infantry, 1865. FM MSM-277
Benjamin Sacks Collection at the Arizona Historical Foundation Items can be found in the Arizona and Southwest Index
Arizona: Confederate Invasion. FE SACKS 2/11
Arizona Territorial Bill & Amendments, N.D. (Bill creating Arizona Territory of the Confederacy) FE SACKS 2/12
Arizona Convention, Preamble and Resolutions, Mesilla, 1861 (Succession of Arizona from the Union) FE SACKS 2/13
Civil War Correspondence - Notes. FE SACKS 7/9
Military Records and Correspondence, 1860s. FE SACKS 6/3
Civil War - Correspondence, 1862-1864. FE SACKS 8/1
Confederate Invasion of New Mexico and Arizona. FE SACKS 8/2
Letter, July 4, 1861. FE SACKS 8/5
Confederate Western Ambitions. FE SACKS 8/6
Victory at Fort Fillmore. FE SACKS 12/17
Department of New Mexico - Letters Received, 1863. FE SACKS 20/16
Civil War Prisoners - Correspondence, 1862. FE SACKS 24/19
Correspondence Regarding Prisoners of War, 1862-1863. FE SACKS 24/20
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