Garrett, David R. The Civil War Letters of David R. Garrett, detailing the adventures of
the 6thTexas Cavalry, 1861-1865, edited by Max Layle. Marshall,  Texas: Port Caddo Press, 1864
Keen, Newton Asbury,  Living and fighting with the Texas 6th Cavalry. Edited by Mary Lou
(Barnes) Lawlis, Keen's granddaughter (Gaithersburg,  Maryland:  Butternut Press, 1986) W. C.
Billingsley, below, secured a roster of the 6th for Mrs. Lawlis. The difference in his article and
Mrs. Lawlis book are footnotes that he provided and used to comment about Keen. The
document belonged to Mrs. Lawlis.
Keen, Newton Asbury. "Such is war":  The Confederate memoirs of Newton Asbury Keen,  edited
by William Clyde Billingsley, in Texas Military History, part 1, VI (winter 1967), 239-52; part 2, VII
(spring 1968), 44-70; part 3, VII (summer 1968), 103=119; and part 4, VII (fall 1968), 176-194
Griscom, George L. Fighting with Ross' Texas Cavalry Brigade, C.S.A.:  the diary of George L.
Griscom, adjutant, 9thTexas Cavalry Regiment. (Hillsboro, Texas:  Hill Junior College Press,
Program for annual reunion of Ross, Ector and Grandbury's Brigades, Garland,  Texas,
August 8 and 9, 1899.(Garland, Texas: 1899)
Rose,  Victor M. Ross' Texas Brigade; being a narrative of events connected with its service in the
late war between the states. (Kennesaw,  GA: Continental Book Company, 1960 [a reprint of original
edition, Louisville,  Kentucky: Courier-Journal Book and Job Rooms, 1881])
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