Handwritten book-length draft manuscript providing a very critical view of the military leadership and personal character of General Ulysses S. Grant. Attributed to Benjamin Butler, though evidence suggests a different author, possibly former Union Army Brigadier General Gustave Paul Cluseret.
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Letters to Strachey from Napoléon La Cécilia (1835-1878), professor of mathematics and general in the Paris Commune of 1871, concerning personal matters and his interest in a project for training and equipping the army of Yakub Beg (also called Atalik Ghazi), a leader of Kashgar in Chinese Turkestan who had successfully rebelled against Peking in 1864; from General Gustave Paul Cluseret (1823-1900), French military officer and high official during the Commune, outlining the project and seeking English approval; and from an Indian railway official discussing the International Railway Congress at Washington, D.C., 1905
A collection of images, manuscripts, and printed material, mostly relating to the Massachusetts soldiers and regiments in the American Civil War. Some material relates to other Union regiments and the Confederate States of America.
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
A compilation of pamphlets, books, newspaper issues and broadsides from Europe, North America, and Latin America. Major topics covered in the literature include: Marxism, communism, socialism, fascism, anarchism, and labor issues.