Larry M. Logue and Peter Blanck, Civil War Veterans, Psychological Illness, and Suicide: Lessons from the Past (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).
Larry M. Logue, “Elephants and Epistemology: Evidence of Suicide in the Gilded Age,” Journal of Social History, forthcoming.
Larry M. Logue and Peter Blanck, Race, Ethnicity, and Disability: Veterans and Benefits in Post-Civil War America (Cambridge University Press, 2010).
Larry M. Logue and Peter Blanck, “‘Benefit of the Doubt’: African American Civil War Veterans and Pensions,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 38 (2008), 377 399.
Larry M. Logue and Peter Blanck, “‘There is Nothing That Promotes Longevity Like a Pension’: Disability Policy and Mortality of Civil War Union Army Veterans,” Wake Forest Law Review 39 (2004), 49 67.
Ryan K. Sewell, Peter Blanck et al., “Union Army Veterans with Hearing Loss and the Evolution of Disability in America during 1862-1920,” The Laryngoscope: Journal for the Triological Society 114 (2004), 2147-2153.
Peter Blanck and Chen Song, “‘Never Forget What They Did Here’: Gettysburg Union Army Veterans and Disability in Nineteenth-Century America,” William and Mary Law Review 44 (2003), 1109-1171.
Peter Blanck and Chen Song, “Civil War Pension Attorneys and Disability Politics,” Journal of Law Reform 35 (2002), 137-217.
Peter Blanck, Claudia Linares, and Chen Song, “Evolution of Disability in Late Nineteenth Century America: Civil War Pensions for Union Army Veterans with Musculoskeletal Conditions,” Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 20 (2002), 681-697.
Peter Blanck and Chen Song, “With Malice toward None, with Charity toward All: Civil War Pensions for Native and Foreign-Born Union Army Veterans,” Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems 11 (2001), 1-75.
Peter Blanck, “Civil War Pensions and Disability,” Ohio State Law Journal 62 (2001), 109-238.
Peter Blanck and Michael Millender, “Before Disability Civil Rights: Civil War Pensions and the Politics of Disability in America,” Alabama Law Review 52 (2000), 1-50.
H-Disability: A scholarly network focusing on disability in the past.
Union Army Data: Data regarding soldiers and veterans, compiled by the Center for Population Economics at the University of Chicago.
Disability History Museum: A virtual museum with documents and images.
Debt of Honor: A PBS program surveying the history of veterans with disabilities.