Carey–There is no “one” reference book that covers it all. However the entire area you mention is covered quite well by using several books. It also makes a difference in just what you want from the reference books. Are you a beginning collector and want mostly identification information or are you more advanced and are looking for more in depth historical information on development and load types? Tell us more of what your needs are and we can better help you to find books that fill that specific need.
On all of the cartridges you mention except the .50 BMG, and .45 ACP, there are entire books on each one of them individually. If you want in depth history for 1875-1945 on U.S. Military rounds there is a 2 book set that is the “Bible” for this area. It is;
Hackley, Frank and Woodin, William and Scranton, Eugene. 1967-78. History of Modern U.S. Military Small Arms Ammunition. 2 vols. Macmillan. New York, U.S.A…
Vol 1 - 1880-1939. 328p. ISBN: 1-57747-033-9
Vol 2 - 1940-1945. 297p. ISBN: 0-88227-007-9
I would suggest you click on “IAA Home” at the top of the Forum and scroll down to the Bibliography of Cartridge books.