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Video Storytelling Project - The Nueces Massacre

This is a list of primary and secondary sources regarding the conflict between German Texans and Confederate soldiers on August 10, 1862.

Primary Sources:
The massacre on the Nueces River: the story of a Civil War tragedy
Memoirs & the Battle of Nueces River
Germans in the Civil War: the letters they wrote home

Secondary Sources:
Death on the Nueces: German Texans treue der Union
Battle or Massacre?: The Incident on the Nueces, August 10, 1862
Battle of the Nueces

Death on the Nueces : German Texans treue der Union

Death on the Nueces
Author: Rodman L. Underwood
Date: 1999
(Accessed via UTA Library website)
(Picture accessed via the Amazon store page)

This is a secondary source providing details surrounding the Nueces Massacre.

Battle or Massacre?: The Incident on the Nueces, August 10, 1862

Battle or Massacre?: The Incident on the Nueces, August 10, 1862
Author: Stanley S. McGowen
The Southwestern Historical Quarterly Vol. 104, No. 1 (Jul., 2000), pp. 64-86 (23 pages)
(Document and picture accessed via UTA Library website)

This is a secondary source providing details surrounding the Nueces Massacre.

The massacre on the Nueces River : the story of a Civil War tragedy / as related by R.H. Williams and John W. Sanson, both of whom participated in the battle, Williams on the Confederate side and Sansom with the Unionists.

UTA Library - Special Collections, Floor 6: (Non-circulating)
Call Number: E580 .W54 1950
(No picture available)

Battle of the Nueces

Article from Germany and the Americas: Culture, Politics, and History
(Document and picture accessed via UTA Library website)

This is a secondary source providing details surrounding the Nueces Massacre.

The Battle on the Nueces River in Kinney County, Texas, August 10th,1862 (16 p.)
Memoirs in early Texas (18 p.)

(Accessed via UTA Library website)
(No picture available)

Germans in the Civil War: The Letters They Wrote Home (Civil War America)

Edited by Walter D. Kamphoefner & Wolfgang Belbich
Translated by Susan Carter Vogel

This is a collection of primary source documents from German Americans during the Civil War.

(Purchased via Kindle. Picture accessed via UTA Library website.)