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151st Field Artillery-World War I: Secondary Sources: Books & Articles


Officers and men of the medical detachment, 151st Field Artillery, ca. 1914-1918."The Peavey Fountain," by Joe Justad.
Remarks made by Joe Justad, private in Battery D of the 151st , at the dedication of the Peavey fountain.
In Hennepin County History, vol. 26, no. 1 (summer 1966): pp. 16-19.
MNHS call number: Reading Room F 612.H52 H4 v.26:1


Americans All, the Rainbow at War: Official History of the 42nd Rainbow Division in the World War, by Henry J. Reilly.
Columbus, Ohio: F. J. Heer Print Co., 1936.
MNHS call number: D 570.3 42nd .R4 1936

Brief History of the Rainbow Division in the World War, by Stevenson Masson.
Chicago, Ill.: Rainbow Division Veterans, 192?.
MNHS call number: D 570.3 42nd .M27 1920z

A Brief Story of the Rainbow Division, by Walter B. Wolf.
New York: Printed by Rand, McNally & Co., 1919.
MNHS call number: D 570.3 42nd .W6

The Gopher Gunners: A History of Minnesota's 151st Field Artillery, by Francis J. Vojta.
Minneapolis: Burgess Publishing, 1995.
MNHS call number: D 570.32 151st .V65 1995
See also the "Gopher Gunners: March Song" sheet music under "Images & Artifacts".

History of the 151st Field Artillery, Rainbow Division, by Louis L. Collins; edited by Wayne E. Stevens.
Volume 1 in the series "Minnesota in the World War."
St. Paul, Minn.: Minnesota War Records Commission, 1924.
MNHS call number: D 570.85 .M6 A5 v.1

World War I Minnesota, by Iric Nathanson.
​Charleston, SC : The History Press, 2016.
MNHS call number: Reading Room D570.85.M6 N38 2016

Muskets to Missiles: A Military History of Minnesota, by Virginia Brainard Kunz.
Medal of Honor winners are listed on pages 192-194.
St. Paul, Minn.: Minnesota Statehood Centennial Commission, 1958.
MNHS call number: Reference Desk UA 270 .A5 1958

The Rainbow Division in the Great War, 1917-1919, by James J. Cooke.
Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1994.
MNHS call number: D 570.3 42d .C66 1994

The Story of the Rainbow Division, by Raymond S. Tompkins; introduction by Charles T. Menoher.
New York: Boni and Liveright, 1919.
MNHS call number: D 570.3 42nd .T66

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