WAR DEPT. COLL. OF CONF. RECORDS, GROUP 109 “CITIZENS FILE”
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA IN THE CONFEDERACY by Diffie William Standard, William Fredrick Press, New York, N.Y.. 1954
COLUMBUS GEORGIA CENTENARY, by Nancy Telfair, Historical Publishing Co. Columbus Ga. 1929
CONFEDERATE ARMS, By: William A Alsbaugh and Edward N. Simmons, The Stackpole Co. Harrisonburg, Pa., 1957
YANKEE BLITZKRIEG, WILSON’S RAID THROUGH ALABAMA AND GEORGIA, by James Pickett Jones, University of Ga. Press, Athens, 1976.
CONFEDERATE CANNON FOUNDRIES By Larry J. Daniels and Riley M. Gunter, Pioneer Press, Union City, Tenn. 1977
L. HAIMAN & BRO. By Cecil W. Anderson, North South Trader, May-June
JOHN P. MURRAY By Cecil W. Anderson, North South Trader, Nov-Dec
A.H. DEWITT, HARD LUCK BUSINESSMAN By Cecil W. Anderson, North South Trader, Nov-Dec 1978
A COLUMBUSITES RECOLLECTIONS by George T. Burrus, Nov 30, 1921
as reprinted in Article on File Bradley Library Col. GA
A RARE MAP OF COLUMBUS. CAPTURE OF COLUMBUS. Night of April 16, 1865 as found by B.C. Yates in a copy of the book STORY OF A CAVALRY REGIMENT, 4th IOWA VETERANS VOLUNTEERS by William F. Scott. Reprinted in Georgia Magazine, Feb-Mar 1963
COLUMBUS MADE AN IMMENSE CONTRIBUTION TO SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY by W.C. Woodall, Industrial Index, Vol LVI, No 8, Jan 13 1962. Bradley Library, Columbus, Ga.