Following are of the sources I am using for my research of North Alabama
Unionists (with incorporation of articles just posed by this group):
BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR RESEARCH OF 1ST ALABAMA CAVALRY (UNION) & THEIR FAMILIES
(UNITED OR SPLIT), INCLUDING SELECTED CSA NEIGHBORS
1. Alabama Tories: The First Alabama Cavalry, USA, by Wm Stanley Hoole, 1960
2. Winston: An Antebellum & Civil War History (Annals of NW Ala, vol IV), by
Dodd & Dodd, 1972; by Carl Elliott Books, Jasper Ala.
3. History of Walker Co Ala
Annnals of NW Ala, vol V), by John Martin
Dombhart, 1937; reprinted 1987 by Carl Elliott Books, Jasper Ala.
4. Tories of the Hills, by Wesley S. Thompson, first ed. 1953; third ed.
5. So Turns the Tide, by Wesley S. Thompson, 1965
6. The Free State of Winston, by Wesley S. Thompson, 1968
7. Cemetery Inscriptions of Marion Co Ala, by Stalcup(s), 1979, 1980, 1982,
8. Cullman Co. Cemeteries and Churches, two vols.
9. "John Roberts Phillips, An Autobiography, Genealogy, History"; ed. by A.G.
10. "Some Union Soldiers from a Place Called Crowdabout", by Henry G. Sellers
11. Guthery Family of Cullman Co Ala, compiled by I.G. Boyd, 1989
12. Peter Ingle, 1761-1849, by Bill Dee Ingle, 1995
13. "Last Stand in the Carolinas"
14. Fourth Tennessee Cavalry
15. Early Alabama Death Records, Cullman, 1866, compiled by P.A. Brock
16. History of Garden City 1850-1982, ed. by Melba Price, 1982
17. Regimental Histories
18. Cullman Centennial
19. "Unto These Hills",
20. "1867 Voting Registrations, Loyalty Oaths, Individual Pardons" for
Marion,Walker & Winston Counties, compiled by Carolyn M. Rowe
21. Civil War Veterans of Marion County Alabama, Confederate and Union, by
Dorothy Shores Stalcup
22. First Alabama Cavalry USA-Homage to Patriotism, by Glenda McWhirter Todd
23. Various books by Anne Newport Royall, including - "Letters from Alabama,
1817-1822 Biographical introduction and notes by Lucille Griffith"; also
"The Tennesseans" about Burlesons and other early settlers of AL related
to her visit to Melton's Bluff, Lawrence Co AL in the 1817-1830 period.
24. Heritage Book Series - Lawrence, Winston, Cullman, Walker, Fayette,
Morgan, Franklin, Blount and others, published 1999-2000.
25. Life and Legend of Lawrence County, Alabama by Dorothy Gentry
26. A History of Morgan County, Alabama by John Knox ["a sarcastic treatment,
following tone of Hoole"]
27. Alabama Records, by K. Jones & P. Grandrud
28. Combing Cullman County by Margaret Jean Jones
29. Cullman County Across the Years by Margaret Jean Jones
30. Southern Claims Commission Records-NationalArchives;indexed by Gary Mills
31. Heritage of Morgan Co. AL
32. "A Little Log Church they call PINETORCH", by Cathy Borden Sloan
33. Stars Fell on Alabama, by Carl Carmer
34. A History of Madison County and Incidentally of North Alabama 1732-1840,
by Judge Thomas Jones Taylor
35. "Index to Compiled Service Records of Alabama Units - Creek War 1836-
1837", by B. Achee and M. Wright
36. Doublehead, the Cherokee Cannibal, by Wm Lindsey McDonald
37. Olden Times of Wolf Springs, Lawrence Co Alabama, Vol I&II by J.D.
38. Itawamba Settlers
39. Marion County Tracks - local Genealogy publication, Winfield,AL
40. Territorial Papers of the United States; Vol VI, The Territory of
Mississippi 1809-1817, pp 106-113.
41. The History and Genealogy of some North Alabama Families, by Mary Novella
42. Early Settlers of Alabama, by Col James Edmonds Saunders (1899), reprint
1994 by Southern Historical Press, Greenville SC
43. From the Valley to the Mountains: A History of Some Lawrence Co Alabama
Settlers, by Martha Ann Heflin Terry & Marynell Heflin Burnett.
44. Hyde Family History, by Josephine King and Wayne Wakefield
45. Sims Settlement, Our Squatter Ancestors 1806-1818, by Ruth Dixon and Bob
46. History of North Alabama by Dr. John M. Allman III (short-course)
47. The Prison Camp at Andersonville, A National Park Civil War series text
48. Facts and Fiction of Winston County, by John B. Weaver
49. History of Alabama, by A.B. Moore
50. The Life of Jeremiah Clemens (Wesley S. Thompson sourced from New Orleans
51. "Disaffections in North Alabama", by Hugh C. Bailey; The Journal of
Southern History, XXIII, No. 4.
52. Two hundred Years at Muscle Shoals, by Nina Leftwich.
53. That Devil Forrest, by J.A. Wyeth
54. History of LaGrange, by McGregor
55. Civil War Prisons, by William B. Hesseltine
56. Desertion of Alabama Troops in the Confederate Armies, by Bessie Martin
57. Seventy Years in Dixie, by F.D. Srygley
58. The Cotton Kingdom, by F.L. Olmstead
59. Populism in Alabama, by John B. Clark
60. Judge Frank Johnson: His Role in Civil Rights, by Tinsley Eugene
61. A History of the Rise and Progress of the Baptists in Alabama, by Hosea
62. Religion on the American Frontier, (The Presbyterians), by W.W. Sweet
63. A History of Methodism in Alabama, by Anson West
64. History of Corkrens and Logans; compiled by Esther Mae Stewart
65. Origin and History of the Shotts Family of Marion County AL, by Col James
Edgar Shotts, ret.; also The Shotts History by R.Gragg & C. Shotts;
also Shotts of Shottsville by Louis Hix Goggans
66. "The Howell Family (And related Families) of Marion County" by John
William Howell, Jr
67. "Through the Years" by Peter Brannon
68. H.L. Burleson papers
69. Cotaco county and court records
70. Archives of area Newspapers: Moulton Advertiser, Northwest Alabamian
(formerly Haleyville Advertiser), Falkville Chronicle, Cullman
Tribune, Decatur Daily, Fayette Banner and others.
71. "Northern Alabama" by Smith & DeLand
72. "The Decatur Story" by Barrett Shelton, Sr.
73. History of Fayette Co Alabama, 2nd Edition (1978) by Herbert & Jeanie
74. Genealogical History of the Bull Family from England to New Frontiers, by
John C. Smith
75. The Hallmark Family, Miss Mary Hallmark & Fred McCaleb (also Fred's
76. Hallmark 1995, Paul W. Henderson
77. Lentz Heritage, John Paul Lentz
78. "A Family History of Jacob Madison Preuit" by Douglas Fuller
79. Degler, Carl N., "The Other South: Southern Dissenters in the Nineteenth
Century." (New York: 1974)
80.Tatum, Georgia Lee, "Disloyalty in the Confederacy." (Chapel Hill, NC:
81. "A Southern Boy in Blue", The Memoir of Marcus Woodcock, 9th Kentucky
Infantry, (U.S.A.), Edited by Kenneth W. Noe, Voices of the Civil
War, Frank L. Byrne, Series Editor. Copyright 1996
82. Ambrose, Stephen, "Yeoman Discontent in the Confederacy," Civil War
83. Bailey, Hugh C., "Disloyalty in Early Confederate Alabama," Journal of
Southern History 1957).
84. Bailey, Hugh C., "Disaffection in the Alabama Hill Country, 1861," Civil
War History (1958).
85. Dodd, Donald Bradford, "Unionism in Confederate Alabama," unpublished
Ph.D. dissertation, University of Georgia, 1969.
86. Long, Durwood, "Unanimity and Disloyalty in Secessionist Alabama," Civil
87. Robert E. Hurst's article "The Southern Loyalists" at the website of the
First Alabama Cavalry, USA .
88. "Lincoln's Loyalists, Union soldiers from the Confederacy"
Richard Nelson Current
89. "Guerrillas, Unionist, and Violence on the Confederate Home Front"
a collection of papers, edited by Daniel E. Sutherland
90. "When the Yankees Came, Conflict and Chaos in the occupied South 1861-
1865, Stephen V. Ash
91. "Secret Yankees, The Union Circle in Confederate Atlanta"; Thomas G. Dyer
92. "Bushwhackers, The Civil War in North Carolina..The Mountains
William R. Trotter
93. "Inside War, The Guerrilla Conflict in Missouri During the American Civil
War" Michael Fellman
94. "Galvanized Yankees", Dee Brown, 1963, Univ of Nebraska Press
Joel Mize - your additonal references on this subject matter appreciated