The below is an alphabetical list hyperlinked Library of Congress Subject Heading searches of the ASU Library Catalog. Each listed entry contains 1 or matching items (generally books) which have been assigned a subject heading that includes both the phrase "Civil War, 1861-1865"AND one of the following: "Correspondence," "Diaries," "Personal narratives," "Pictorial works," "Press coverage" or "Sources" (which is the terminology used to represent primary sources in Catalogs using the Library of Congress Classification.
Note: When one or more of the matching results is available to ASU Library affiliaties (students, faculty and staff), a second hyperlink - marked "[online only]" has been added to the end of that entry.
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