In our library you can find a number of resources, both memoirs and secondary sources, on the Civil War in Colorado. Selected resources include:
- Colorado Volunteers 1861-1865, Colorado State Archives.
- Distant Bugles, Distant Drums: The Union Response to the Confederate Invasion of New Mexico, by Flint Whitlock, University Press of Colorado, 2006.
- This Soldier Life: The Diaries of Romine H. Ostrander, 1863-1865, in Colorado Territory, Colorado Historical Society, 2006.
- "Confederate Guerillas in Southern Colorado," by Morris F. Taylor, Colorado Magazine, Fall 1969.
- Colorado Volunteers in the Civil War: The New Mexico Campaign in 1862, by William Clark Whitford, Colorado Historical Society, 1963.
- "Quartermastering for the 2nd Regiment, Colorado Volunteers," by Charlotte Barbour, Colorado Magazine, October 1961.
- "Life at Camp Weld and Fort Lyon in 1861-62: An Extract from the Diary of Mrs. Byron N. Sanford," Colorado Magazine, July 1930.
- "My Experiences in the First Colorado Regiment," by R. B. Wallace, Colorado Magazine, November 1924.
- "Freedom and Slavery in the Pikes Peak Country, 1859-61," by William J. Convery, Colorado Heritage, Nov/Dec 2011.
- "Dearfield, A Dream Deferred," by Karen Waddell, Colorado Heritage, 1998, issue 2.
- Colorado Heritage, Spring 1996 issue on Buffalo Soldiers
- "Negro Rights in Colorado Territory, 1859-67," by Harmon Mothershead, Colorado Magazine, July 1963.
- "Original Letters of General Grant, Written to His Cousin, Silas A. Hudson," Colorado Magazine, March 1937.
- "Abraham Lincoln in Colorado," by William J. Convery, Colorado Heritage, May/June 2009.
- "General John A. Logan: A Name Remembered and Honored in Colorado," by Robert E. Hartley, Colorado Heritage, Summer 2007.