- 20th Infantry, US Colored Troops (New York State Military Museum)
- 20th Regiment, US Colored Troops, Camp Color, Civil War (New York State Military Museum)
Colored photos of the 5 wool camp colors preserved at the Museum.
- Andress B. Hull: The 20th U.S.C.T.
- Cartes de Visite (Most Signed) of Officers of 20th Colored Infantry (The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History)
- First Organization of Colored Troops in the State of New York, to Aid in Suppressing the Slave-Holders' Rebellion (1864)
- New York State Archives Civil War Database - 20th USCT
- NY State's Civil War 'U.S. Colored Troops' Organized, Trained on Rikers & Hart Islands
- Presentation of Colors to the Twentieth United States Colored Infantry at Union Square New York, March 5, 1864 (Mr. Lincoln and New York)
- Report of the Committee on Volunteering (Union League Club, New York; 1864)
- Rikers Island-Trained USCT Regiments' Chaplains
- The Twentieth United States Colored Troops Receiving their Colors on Union Square, March 5, 1864 (Mr. Lincoln and Freedom)
- "The Twentieth U.S. Colored Regiment" (Harper's Weekly, March 19, 1864)
Scroll down to p. 178, column 3, to read the article.
- United States Colored Troops and their Normal School Officers (Liana D. Martino in New York State History, June, 1999)
Includes Annotated Bibliography.
Last revised 30 June 2007