Advance the colors, pp.313-315. '91st Infantry'. (Includes a history of the flags and color bearers, and
Bates, Samuel Penniman.
History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5.
Harrisburg: B. Singerly, state printer, 1869-71.
'Ninety-first regiment', volume 3, pages 186-233.
Transcription by Gary Steiner of the service summary.
The complete text of Bates is available on University of Michigan's Making of America.
[Bates' service summaries are sometimes inaccurate.
See, for example, special order 4, HQ 91st PA, 16 February 1864, which records transfers Bates missed.
In some cases the transcriber may also have misread the handwriting; Frederick Henry, for example, seems to be Bates' Frederick Hentz.]
Frederick H. Dyer. A compendium of the war of the
rebellion. Reprint edition. New York: Thomas
Yoseloff, 1959. 3 volumes.
'Spontaneous cure of empyema, by discharge per bronchi', in Charles A Leale, 'Observations on thoracentesis (thoracentesis--paracentesis thoracis)', Transactions of the New York Academy of Medicine, 2nd series, volume 1 (1874), pages 254-280 at 267-268
(about Theodore A Hope)