NATIONAL ARCHIVES WAR DEPARTMENT COLLECTION OF CONFEDERATE RECORDS, GROUP 109, MACON ARSENAL RECORDS, 3,4,6,7.32,36,58,59 _, 83 and 101. Microfilm Collection at the Washington Library, Macon, Ga.
MACON, GEORGIA’S CENTRAL CITY By Kristina Simm, 1989 Windsor Pub.
HISTORY OF MACON GEORGIA By Young, Gholson & Hargrove, 1950, Lyon, Marshall & Brooks Press of Macon.
GEORGIA SUPPLIERS TO THE CONFEDERACY, 1861-1865 By Robert S Davis Jr.
Manuscript on file at the Washington Library, Macon. Information gleaned from National Archives Microfilm Publication 346, Group 109,
BOWS REVIEW, (1863, Vol. 33, Article #9) “How our Industry Profits by the War.” Copy on file at the Washington Library, Macon, Ga.
CONFEDERATE GEORGIA INDUSTRY & TRANSPORTATION, By T. Conn. Bryan
LETTER FROM LT. COL. RICHARD M. CUYLER, CSA TO MAJOR W.M. BUSNEY, CHIEF ORD. OFFICER, WILSONS CAVALRY CORPS OCCUPYING MACON, MAY 11, 1865. Cuyler’s letter describes C.S. Ordnance facilities, contractors and property in and around Macon relative to wether it is Gov’t or personal property contained therein.
1860 and the 1866 Macon City Directories, Washington Library, Macon, Gerogia.