BOOKS BY JOHN
Bigelow, John, Jr. Mars-la-Tour and Gravelotte. Government
Printing Office, 1884.
- The Principles of Strategy: Illustrated Mainly from American
Campaigns, Second edition, J.B. Lippincott Co., 1894.
- The Campaign of Chancellorsville: A Strategic and Tactical
Study. Yale University Press, 1910
- Modern Language Notes: French. A.D. MacLachlan, 1906.
- On the Bloody Trail of Geronimo. Forward, Introduction,
and Notes by Arthur Woodard. Westernlore Press, 1968.
- Reminiscences of the Santiago Campaign. Harper &
- American Policy: The Western Hemisphere in its Relations
to the Eastern. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1914
- Breeches of Anglo-American Treaties: A Study in History
and Diplomacy. Sturgis & Walton, 1917
- World Peace: How War Cannot Be Abolished; How It May Be
Abolished. Mitchell Kennerly, 1917
- Garrison Tangles of the Friendless Tenth: The Journal of
First Lieutenant John Bigelow, Jr., Fort Davis, Texas. Edited
with an Introduction by Douglas C. McChristian. J.M. Carroll
& Co., 1985
ARTICLES BY JOHN BIGELOW, JR.
Sabre and Bayonet Question." Journal of the Military
Service Institution of the United States (January-March,
1882): pp. 65-96.
"The Tenth Regiment of Cavalry." The Army of the
United States Historical Sketches of Staff and Line with Portraits
of Generals-in-Chief. Edited by Theo. F. Rodenbough Bvt Brigadier
General, USA, and William L. Haskin Major, First Artillery. Maynard
& Merril & Co., 1896. [Orginally published in Journal
of the Miltary Service Institution 13 (January 1892): pp.
United States Military Academy Library. John Bigelow, Jr. Papers.
Library of Congress. Manuscript Division. The Colonel John Bigelow
Union College, Schaffer Library, John Bigelow Collection (letters)
OF JOHN BIGELOW, JR.
Hansen, Howard K. Jr. "The Remarkable John Bigelow, Jr.:
An Examination of Professionalism in the United States Army,
1877-91" Master's Thesis, Old Dominion University, 1986.
Kinevan, Marcos. Frontier Cavalryman: Lieutenant John Bigelow
with the Buffalo Soldiers in Texas. Texas Western Press,
New York Times. "John Bigelow, 81, Soldier, Is Dead,"
March 1, 1939
BY JOHN BIGELOW, SR.
John. Retrospections of an Active Life. 5 vols. Baker
& Taylor Co., vols. 1-3, 1909, and Doubleday, Page &
Co, vols. 4-5, edited by John Bigelow, Jr., 1913.
- Jamaica in 1850 or, The Effects of Sixteen Years of Freedom
on a Slave Colony. G.P. Putnam, 1851. Reprinted with an introduction
by Robert J. Scholnick, University of Illinois Press, 2006.
SELECTED WORKS EDITED BY JOHN BIGELOW
Franklin, Benjamin. Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin.
Edited with Noted and Introduction by John Bigelow, Lippincott
& Co, 1868
Gregg, Josiah, Commerce of the Prairies or, The Journal of
a Santa Fe Trader. 2 vols. H. Langely, 1844. (Edited from
Gregg's account by John Bigelow)
BIOGRAPHY OF JOHN BIGELOW
Clapp, Margaret. Forgotten First Citizen: John Bigelow.
Little, Brown & Co., 1947.
BY POULTNEY BIGELOW
Poultney. Seventy Summers. 2 vols. Longman's, Green &
- Prussian Memories: 1864-1914. G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1915.
OTHER WORKS OF NOTE
Barnett, Louise. Ungentlemany Acts: The Army's Notorious
Incest Trial. Hill and Wang, 2000.
Flipper, Henry Ossian. The Colored Cadet at West Point: Autobiography
of Lieut, Henry Ossian Flipper, U.S.A., First Graduate of Color
from the U.S. Military Academy. H. Lee & Co., 1878
White, G. Edward. The Eastern Establishment and the Western
Experience: The West of Frederic Remington, Theodore Roosevelt,
and Owen Wister. Yale University Press, 1968.