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Origin of the Late War Hunter, Robert Mercer TaliaferroRobert Mercer Taliaferro Hunter 011 1876-01January 1876 1
The Botetourt Resolutions of Judge John J. Allen Allen, John JamesJohn James Allen 011 1876-01January 1876 13
Inaugural Address of President Davis, February, 1861 Davis, JeffersonJefferson Davis 011 1876-01January 1876 19
Address of Congress to the people of the Confederate States Various 011 1876-01January 1876 28
Promised Material 011 1876-01January 1876 38
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 1, no. 1) 011 1876-01January 1876 39
Maury's Vindication of the South Maury, Matthew FontaineMatthew Fontaine Maury 011 1876-02February 1876 49
Alexander's Sketch of Longstreet's Corps Alexander, Edward PorterEdward Porter Alexander 011 1876-02February 1876 61
Camp Fires of the Boys in Gray McCarthy, CarltonCarlton McCarthy 011 1876-02February 1876 77
Letter from General J. E. Johnston Johnston, Joseph EgglestonJoseph Eggleston Johnston 011 1876-02February 1876 89
A Correction Jones, Catesby ap RogerCatesby ap Roger Jones 011 1876-02February 1876 90
Capture of the Indianola Brent, Joseph LancasterJoseph Lancaster Brent 011 1876-02February 1876 91
General Fitz. Lee's Eulogy on Stuart Lee, FitzhughFitzhugh Lee 011 1876-02February 1876 99
Seacoast Defences of South Carolina and Georgia Long, Armistead LindsayArmistead Lindsay Long 011 1876-02February 1876 103
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 1, no. 2) 011 1876-02February 1876 108
Mr. Blaine's Arraignment Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 112
The question stated Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 115
Letter from President Davis Davis, JeffersonJefferson Davis Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 116
Testimony of General R. E. Lee Lee, Robert EdwardRobert Edward Lee Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 120
Vice-President Stephens' Statement Stephens, AlexanderAlexander Stephens Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 123
Judge Ould's Vindication of the Confederate Government Ould, RobertRobert Ould Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 125
Report of Joint Committee of the Confederate Congress Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 132
Extract from Central Presbyterian Dana, Charles AndersonCharles Anderson Dana Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 151
Confederate Laws Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 152
Treatment of Privateers Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 153
The Cartel Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 156
Confederate Soldiers and their Prisoners Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 159
Andersonville Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 161
Statement of one of the Guard Park, L. M.L. M. Park Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 164
Paper of Dr. Jos. Jones on causes of mortality Jones, JosephJoseph Jones Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 170
Editorial Comments Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 179
Extracts from statement of Dr. R. R. Stephenson Stevenson, Richard RandolphRichard Randolph Stevenson Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 182
Testimony of Federal Prisoners Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 184
Statement of General J. P. Imboden Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 187
Report of Colonel D. T. Chandler Chandler, D. T.D. T. Chandler Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 197
Letter from Honorable R. G. H. Kean Kean, Robert Garlick HillRobert Garlick Hill Kean Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 199
Letter from Secretary Seddon Seddon, JamesJames Seddon Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 203
Letters in defence of General Winder Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 205
Judge Ould's reply to charges against him Ould, RobertRobert Ould Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 210
Official Statistics on relative mortality of Prisoners Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 216
Failure to make a case Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 218
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 1, no. 3) Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-03March 1876 221
Mr. Blaine's description of Northern Prisons Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 225
Narrative of Henry Clay Dean Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 226
Prison Life of Rev. Geo. W. Nelson Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 243
Letter of a Confederate Officer Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 256
Narrative of Hon. A. M. Keiley Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 259
Experience of Dr. I. W. K. Handy Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 270
Statement of Rev. Geo. Harris Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 273
Deposition of T. D. Henry Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 276
Statement of Major Robert Stiles Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 279
Rock Island Prison W. Wright, CharlesCharles W. Wright Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 281
Prison Rules at Fort Delaware Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 292
Testimony of a Federal Soldier Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 292
Efforts of a Northern gentleman to relieve our prisoners Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 294
Letter from a U. S. Medical Officer Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 296
The Exchange Question Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 298
Letter from General Lee Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 299
Commissioner Ould's Report Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 303
Federal Orders Revoking Paroles Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 308
Comments of General J. A. Early Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 309
How the Federals Refused to Exchange Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 312
Testimony of General B. F. Butler Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 313
Statement of Junius Henri Browne Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 314
Testimony of General U. S. Grant Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 316
The Negro Question Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 317
Efforts of the Confederacy to effect an Exchange Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 318
Letter of Chief Justice Shea Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 319
Summing up of the whole question Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 325
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 1, no. 4) Treatment of Prisoners 011 1876-04April 1876 326
Reminiscences of the Confederate Navy 011 1876-05May 1876 331
Captain Ritter's Account of the Death of Sergt. Langley 011 1876-05May 1876 362
General Wilcox on Seven Pines 011 1876-05May 1876 364
Review of Bates' Gettysburg Allan, WilliamWilliam Allan 011 1876-05May 1876 365
Diary of Captain R. E. Park, of the 12th Ala. Regiment 011 1876-05May 1876 370
Correction of Incident in Reference to General Pickett 011 1876-05May 1876 387
Address of General D. H. Hill before the Mecklenburg, North Carolina, Historical Society 011 1876-05May 1876 389
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 1, no. 5) 011 1876-05May 1876 399
Book Notices (vol. 1, no. 5) 011 1876-05May 1876 400
Seacoast Defences—Letter from General Thos. Jordan Jordan, ThomasThomas Jordan 011 1876-06June 1876 403
Strength of Lee's Army in the Seven Days Battles—Marshall, Johnston and Early 011 1876-06June 1876 407
General D. H. Maury's Review of Van Horne's "Army of the Cumberland" Maury, Dabney HerndonDabney Herndon Maury 011 1876-06June 1876 424
Diary of Captain R. E. Park (vol. 1, no. 6) Park, Robert EmoryRobert Emory Park 011 1876-06June 1876 430
Attack on Fort Gilmer 011 1876-06June 1876 438
Colonel John B. Baldwin's Interview with Lincoln—A Memoir by Dr. R. L. Dabney 011 1876-06June 1876 443
Official Correspondence of Gov. Letcher, of Virginia, in 1861 011 1876-06June 1876 455
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 1, no. 6) 011 1876-06June 1876 463
Col. Chas. C. Jones' Confederate Roster 011 1876-06June 1876 467
Electrical Torpedoes as a System of Defence 022 1876-07July 1876 1
Relative Strength of the Armies of Lee and Grant 022 1876-07July 1876 6
Official Memoranda of Battles, &c., in the year 1864 022 1876-07July 1876 22
Diary of Captain R. E. Park (vol. 2, no. 1) Park, Robert EmoryRobert Emory Park 022 1876-07July 1876 25
Correspondence between Colonel Bassett French and General Wade Hampton 022 1876-07July 1876 31
General Lee's Final Report of the Pennsylvania Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg 022 1876-07July 1876 33
Patriotic Letters of Confederate Leaders 022 1876-07July 1876 49
Resources of the Confederacy in February, 1865 022 1876-07July 1876 56
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 2, no. 1) 022 1876-07July 1876 64
General J. E. B. Stuart's Report of Operations after Gettysburg 022 1876-08August 1876 65
Diary of Captain R. E. Park (vol. 2, no. 2) Park, Robert EmoryRobert Emory Park 022 1876-08August 1876 78
Resources of the Confederacy in February, 1865 022 1876-08August 1876 85
General George H. Stuart's Brigade at the Battle of Gettysburg 022 1876-08August 1876 105
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 2, no. 2) 022 1876-08August 1876 108
Book Notices (vol. 2, no. 2) 022 1876-08August 1876 111
Resources of the Confederacy in February, 1865 022 1876-09September 1876 113
Detailed Minutiae of Soldier Life in the Army of Northern Virginia McCarthy, CarltonCarlton McCarthy 022 1876-09September 1876 129
General R. E. Rodes' Report of the Battle of Gettysburg 022 1876-09September 1876 135
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 2, no. 3) 022 1876-09September 1876 159
General R. E. Rodes' Report of the Battle of Chancellorsville 022 1876-10October 1876 161
Appendix to General Rodes' Report of the Battle of Gettysburg 022 1876-10October 1876 172
Diary of Captain R. E. Park (vol. 2, no. 4) Park, Robert EmoryRobert Emory Park 022 1876-10October 1876 172
Recollections of the Elkhorn Campaign Maury, Dabney HerndonDabney Herndon Maury 022 1876-10October 1876 180
Defence of Charleston from July 1st to July 10th, 1864 022 1876-10October 1876 192
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 2, no. 4) 022 1876-10October 1876 205
Book Notices (vol. 2, no. 4) 022 1876-10October 1876 208
Review of Count of Paris' History Baird, WilliamWilliam Baird 022 1876-11November 1876 209
General A. P. Hill's Report of the Battle of Gettysburg 022 1876-11November 1876 222
Detailed Minutiae of Soldier Life 022 1876-11November 1876 226
Diary of Captain R. E. Park (vol. 2, no. 5) Park, Robert EmoryRobert Emory Park 022 1876-11November 1876 232
Letter from General A. L. Long on Seacoast Defences Long, Armistead LindsayArmistead Lindsay Long 022 1876-11November 1876 239
Letter from Commander Mitchell on Defence of New Orleans 022 1876-11November 1876 240
Annual Meeting of the Southern Historical Society 022 1876-11November 1876 245
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 2, no. 5) 022 1876-11November 1876 252
Oration before Virginia Division of Army Northern Virginia, on the Defence of Petersburg 022 1876-12December 1876 257
Diary of Captain R. E. Park (vol. 2, no. 6) Park, Robert EmoryRobert Emory Park 022 1876-12December 1876 306
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 2, no. 6) 022 1876-12December 1876 316
Book Notices (vol. 2, no. 6) 022 1876-12December 1876 319
Col. Chas. C. Jones' Confederate Roster 022 1876-12December 1876 321
Defence of Mobile in 1865, by General D. H. Maury Maury, Dabney HerndonDabney Herndon Maury 033 1877-01January 1877 1
Detailed Minutiae of Soldier Life McCarthy, CarltonCarlton McCarthy 033 1877-01January 1877 13
Defence of Fort Gregg Lane, James H.James H. Lane 033 1877-01January 1877 19
Address on the Character of Gen. R. E. Lee Chamberlayne, John HampdenJohn Hampden Chamberlayne 033 1877-01January 1877 28
Defence of Fort Morgan—Reports of General R. L. Page 033 1877-01January 1877 37
Diary of Captain R. E. Park (vol. 3, no. 1) Park, Robert EmoryRobert Emory Park 033 1877-01January 1877 43
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 3, no. 1) 033 1877-01January 1877 47
General R. H. Anderson's Report of the Battle of Gettysburg 033 1877-02February 1877 49
Diary of Captain R. E. Park 033 1877-02February 1877 55
Battle of Atchafalaya River—Letter from General Thomas Green 033 1877-02February 1877 62
Lieutenant-General S. D. Lee's Report of the Tennessee Campaign 033 1877-02February 1877 64
General J. E. B. Stuart's Report of his Expedition into Pennsylvania 033 1877-02February 1877 72
Letters on the Treatment and Exchange of Prisoners 033 1877-02February 1877 77
The Defence of Fort Gregg 033 1877-02February 1877 82
Dahlgren's Ride into Fredericksburg 033 1877-02February 1877 87
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 3, no. 2) 033 1877-02February 1877 91
Resources of the Confederacy in 1865—Report of Gen. I. M. St. John, Commissary General 033 1877-03March 1877 97
General Early's Valley Campaign Long, Armistead LindsayArmistead Lindsay Long 033 1877-03March 1877 112
Diary of Captain R. E. Park (vol. 3, no. 3) Park, Robert EmoryRobert Emory Park 033 1877-03March 1877 123
Letter from General A. S. Johnston 033 1877-03March 1877 128
Maryland Troops in the Confederate Service Hollyday, LamarLamar Hollyday 033 1877-03March 1877 130
Comments on the First Volume of Count of Paris' Civil War in America Early, Jubal AndersonJubal Anderson Early 033 1877-03March 1877 140
The Last Confederate Surrender Taylor, RichardRichard Taylor 033 1877-03March 1877 155
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 3, no. 3) 033 1877-03March 1877 159
Report of Major-General Carter L. Stevenson of the Tennessee Campaign 033 1877-04April 1877 161
The Peace Commission of 1865 Hunter, Robert Mercer TaliaferroRobert Mercer Taliaferro Hunter 033 1877-04April 1877 168
Cavalry Operations in May, 1863—Report of General J. E. B. Stuart 033 1877-04April 1877 177
Diary of Captain R. E. Park (vol. 3, no. 4) Park, Robert EmoryRobert Emory Park 033 1877-04April 1877 183
Field Letters from Stuart's Headquarters, 033 1877-04April 1877 190
Zagonyi's Charge with Fremont's Body-Guard Johnston, William PrestonWilliam Preston Johnston 033 1877-04April 1877 195
The Nation on our Discussion of the Prison Question 033 1877-04April 1877 197
Garnett's Brigade at Gettysburg 033 1877-04April 1877 215
Part taken by the Ninth Virginia Cavalry in Repelling the Dahlgren Raid 033 1877-04April 1877 219
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 3, no. 4) 033 1877-04April 1877 222
Dalton-Atlanta Campaign—Report of Major-General C. L. Stevenson 033 1877-05May and June 1877 225
Battle of Chancellorsville Report of General R. E. Lee 033 1877-05May and June 1877 230
Diary of Captain R. E. Park (vol. 3, no. 5) Park, Robert EmoryRobert Emory Park 033 1877-05May and June 1877 244
Torpedoes Rains, G. J.G. J. Rains 033 1877-05May and June 1877 255
Report of Major-General Samuel Jones of Operations at Charleston, S. C. 033 1877-05May and June 1877 255
Sketch of the Late General S. Cooper Lee, FitzhughFitzhugh Lee 033 1877-05May and June 1877 269
Battle of Seven Pines Report of General James Longstreet 033 1877-05May and June 1877 277
Cavalry Operations on First Maryland Campaign Report of General J. E. B. Stuart 033 1877-05May and June 1877 281
Field Telegrams 033 1877-05May and June 1877 295
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 3, no. 5) 033 1877-05May and June 1877 301
Colonel Charles C. Jones' Confederate Roster 033 1877-05May and June 1877 306
Battle of Kelleysville—Reports of Stuart and Fitz. Lee 044 1877-07July 1877 1
Stuart's Report of Chancellorsville 044 1877-07July 1877 9
General S. D. Lee's Report of the Siege of Vicksburg 044 1877-07July 1877 14
Defence of Battery Gregg and Evacuation of Petersburg Wilcox, Cadmus MarcellusCadmus Marcellus Wilcox 044 1877-07July 1877 18
Gen. Lee's Strength and Losses at Petersburg Allan, WilliamWilliam Allan 044 1877-07July 1877 34
Confederate Loss at Seven Pines—Letter from Gen. J. E. Johnston 044 1877-07July 1877 42
A Slander Refuted 044 1877-07July 1877 43
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 4, no. 1) 044 1877-07July 1877 45
Causes of the Defeat of Gen. Lee's Army at the Battle of Gettysbu 044 1877-08August 1877 0
Letter from Gen. J. A. Ear 044 1877-08August 1877 0
Letter from General Fitz. L 044 1877-08August 1877 0
Letter from Colonel William Allan, of Ewell's Sta 044 1877-08August 1877 0
Memorandum by Colonel Walter H. Taylor, of General Lee's Sta 044 1877-08August 1877 0
Major Scheibert's Bo 044 1877-08August 1877 0
The Capture of Mr. Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate Stat 044 1877-08August 1877 0
The Exchange Question—Another Letter from Judge Ou 044 1877-08August 1877 0
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 4, no. 2) 044 1877-08August 1877 0
Book Noti 044 1877-08August 1877 0
Causes of the Confederate Defeat at Gettysbu 044 1877-09September 1877 0
Letter from General E. P. Alexand 044 1877-09September 1877 0
Letter from General C. M. Wilc 044 1877-09September 1877 0
Letter from General A. L. Lo 044 1877-09September 1877 0
Second Paper by Colonel Walter H. Tayl 044 1877-09September 1877 0
General Gibson's Report of Operations near Nashvil 044 1877-09September 1877 0
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 4, no. 3) 044 1877-09September 1877 0
Causes of the Confederate Defeat at Gettysbu 044 1877-10October 1877 0
Letter from General John B. Ho 044 1877-10October 1877 0
Letter from Major-General Henry He 044 1877-10October 1877 0
Official Reports of the Battle of Gettysbu 044 1877-10October 1877 0
Report of Brigadier-General Roberts 044 1877-10October 1877 0
Report of Colonel Whi 044 1877-10October 1877 0
Report of General H. L. Benni 044 1877-10October 1877 0
Notes by General Benning on Battle of Gettysbu 044 1877-10October 1877 0
Report of General Kersh 044 1877-10October 1877 0
Correspondence between General A. S. Johnston and Governor Isham G. Harr 044 1877-10October 1877 0
Field Telegrams from Headquarters A. N. 044 1877-10October 1877 0
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 4, no. 4) 044 1877-10October 1877 0
Operations of General Patton Anderson's Divisi 044 1877-11November 1877 0
Report of Brigadier-General Perry of Battle of Chancellorsvil 044 1877-11November 1877 0
The Peace Commission—Letter from Ex-President Dav 044 1877-11November 1877 0
The Peace Commission—Letter from the Hon. J. P. Benjam 044 1877-11November 1877 0
Draft of Instructions Prepared by the Secretary of Sta 044 1877-11November 1877 0
The Defence and Fall of the Spanish Fo 044 1877-11November 1877 0
Farewell Address of Brigadier-General R. L. Gibson to the Louisiana Briga 044 1877-11November 1877 0
Reminiscences of Torpedo Service in Charleston Harb 044 1877-11November 1877 0
Colonel E. P. Alexander's Report of the Battle of Gettysbu 044 1877-11November 1877 0
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 4, no. 5) 044 1877-11November 1877 0
Leading Confederates on the Battle of Gettysbu 044 1877-12December 1877 0
A Review by General Ear 044 1877-12December 1877 0
Supplement to General Early's Review. Reply to General Longstre 044 1877-12December 1877 0
The Peace Commission—Hon. R. M. T. Hunter's reply to President Davis' lett 044 1877-12December 1877 0
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 4, no. 6) 044 1877-12December 1877 0
Address of Rev. Dr. J. L. Burrows Sixth Annual Meeting Southern Historical Society 066 1878-12December 1878 241
Report of the Executive Committee Sixth Annual Meeting Southern Historical Society 066 1878-12December 1878 244
Detailed Minutiae of Soldier Life. By Private Carlton McCarthy Sixth Annual Meeting Southern Historical Society 066 1878-07July 1878 1
Detailed Minutiae of Soldier Life. By Private Carlton McCarthy Sixth Annual Meeting Southern Historical Society 066 1878-11November 1878 193
General Van Dorn's Report of the Elkhorn Campaign Sixth Annual Meeting Southern Historical Society 066 1878-07July 1878 37
Review of Commodore Parker's Book Maury, Dabney HerndonDabney Herndon Maury Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-07July 1878 43
Official Report of Admiral Buchanan Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-11November 1878 220
Official Report of Commander J. D. Johnston Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-11November 1878 224
General S. D. Lee's Report of the Battle of Chickasaw Bayou Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-08August 1878 49
Did General Lee Violate his Oath in Siding with the Confederacy? By Rev. Dr. J. L. M. Curry Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-08August 1878 54
Letter from Captain Mangole Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-10October 1878 190
Four Years with General Lee—A Review by General C. M. Wilcox Wilcox, Cadmus MarcellusCadmus Marcellus Wilcox Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-08August 1878 71
Report of the Operations of Clayton's Division North of the Tennessee River in the Campaign of the Winter of 1864 Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-08August 1878 86
The Spirit of 1861—Correspondence of General R. E. Lee Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-08August 1878 91
Report of Brigadier-General J. H. Trapier of the Fight of 7th of April, 1863, in Charleston Harbor Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-09September 1878 125
Hart's South Carolina Battery—Its War Guidon. Addresses by Major Hart and Governor Hampton Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-09September 1878 128
The Confederate Career of General Albert Sidney Johnston—A Review by General Basil W. Duke, of Kentucky Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-09September 1878 133
Van Dorn's Operations in Northern Mississippi—Recollections of a Cavalryman. By Colonel A. F. Brown Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-10October 1878 151
Presentation of Army of Tennessee Badge and Certificate of Membership to Ex-President Davis Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-10October 1878 162
Two Witnesses on the "Treatment of Prisoners"—Honorable J. P. Benjamin and General B. F. Butler Battle of Mobile Bay 066 1878-10October 1878 183
General S. D. Lee's Reply to General Longstreet The Artillery at Second Manassas 066 1878-08August 1878 59
General Longstreet's Reply to General S. D. Lee The Artillery at Second Manassas 066 1878-11November 1878 215
Generals. D. Lee's Rejoinder to General Longstreet The Artillery at Second Manassas 066 1878-12December 1878 250
Woman's Devotion—A Winchester Heroine Maury, Dabney HerndonDabney Herndon Maury The Artillery at Second Manassas 066 1878-11November 1878 218
Letter from General R. E. Lee The Artillery at Second Manassas 066 1878-11November 1878 227
Governor Moore's Proclamation Concerning General Butler's Infamous Order The Artillery at Second Manassas 066 1878-11November 1878 228
Extracts from a Letter of Major Benjamin Watkins Leigh The Wounding of Stonewall Jackson 066 1878-11November 1878 230
Paper Early, Jubal AndersonJubal Anderson Early The Wounding of Stonewall Jackson 066 1878-12December 1878 261
Letter from Captain Wilbourn of Jackson's Staff The Wounding of Stonewall Jackson 066 1878-12December 1878 266
The Historical Register on our Papers The Wounding of Stonewall Jackson 066 1878-11November 1878 235
General C. M. Wilcox on the Battle of Gettysburg Wilcox, Cadmus MarcellusCadmus Marcellus Wilcox Battle of Gettysburg 066 1878-09September 1878 97
The Battle on the Right Battle of Gettysburg 066 1878-08August 1878 72
Relative Numbers—Letter from Count of Paris Battle of Gettysburg 066 1878-07July 1878 10
General Early's Reply to Count of Paris Battle of Gettysburg 066 1878-07July 1878 12
Report of Major-General Edward Johnston Battle of Gettysburg 066 1878-12December 1878 254
Report of Major-General H. Heth Battle of Gettysburg 066 1878-12December 1878 258
Report of General James Longstreet The Battle of the Wilderness 066 1878-08August 1878 78
Operations of Kershaw's Division The Battle of the Wilderness 066 1878-08August 1878 80
Report of General Goode Bryan The Battle of the Wilderness 066 1878-08August 1878 83
Report of General William Mahone The Battle of the Wilderness 066 1878-08August 1878 84
Report of General S. McGowan The Battle of the Wilderness 066 1878-10October 1878 145
General S. McGowan's Report of Spotsylvania Courthouse The Battle of the Wilderness 066 1878-10October 1878 149
West Point and Secession Maury, Dabney HerndonDabney Herndon Maury The Battle of the Wilderness 066 1878-12December 1878 249
Speech of Honorable A. M. Kelley Reunion of Army of Northern Virginia 066 1878-12December 1878 286
Speech of General M. J. Wright Reunion of Army of Northern Virginia 066 1878-12December 1878 288
Book Notices 066 1878-08August 1878 47
Book Notices 066 1878-08August 1878 95
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 6, no. 1) 066 1878-07July 1878 46
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 6, no. 2) 066 1878-08August 1878 95
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 6, no. 3) 066 1878-09September 1878 142
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 6, no. 4) 066 1878-10October 1878 190
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 6, no. 5) 066 1878-11November 1878 239
Editorial Paragraphs (vol. 6, no. 6) 066 1878-12December 1878 290
Contributions of the South to the Greatness of the American Union Evans, Clement AnselmClement Anselm Evans 23 1895 1
Hampton and Butler Brooks, Ulysses RobertUlysses Robert Brooks 23 1895 25
Personal Reminiscences of the Last Battle of the War Power, S. F.S. F. Power 23 1895 38
Eleventh North Carolina Infantry Martin, William JamesWilliam James Martin 23 1895 42
Battles in which the Stonewall Brigade Participated 23 1895 56
Forty-Ninth North Carolina Infantry Roulhac, Thomas RuffinThomas Ruffin Roulhac 23 1895 58
Battle of Cold Harbor Parham, Benjamin MathewsBenjamin Mathews Parham 23 1895 79
I am Dying, Egypt, Dying! West, DouglasDouglas West 23 1895 82
The Randolph Guard 23 1895 94
Rockbridge Artillery 23 1895 98
Southern Soldiers in Northern Prisons Caison, Albert StacyAlbert Stacy Caison 23 1895 158
Kirkland's Brigade Elliott, Charles G.Charles G. Elliott 23 1895 165
The Evacuation of Richmond Howard, JohnJohn Howard 23 1895 175
Reminiscent of War-Times 23 1895 182
Martin's Brigade Elliott, Charles G.Charles G. Elliott 23 1895 189
The Donaldsville Artillery at the Battle of Fredericksburg Landry, Jean Reynaud Jacques ProsperJean Reynaud Jacques Prosper Landry 23 1895 198
A Tribute to Gen. J. E. B. Stuart 23 1895 202
Events Leading Up to the Battle of Gettysburg Marshall, CharlesCharles Marshall 23 1895 205
Pickett's Men in the Gettysburg Charge Hazlewood, Martin W.Martin W. Hazlewood 23 1895 229
A Review of Gen. Longstreet's Criticism of Gen. J. E. B. Stuart's Conduct at Gettysburg Mosby, John SingletonJohn Singleton Mosby 23 1895 238
The Peculiar Temper of Gen. Meade, U. S. A. Perry, Leslie J.Leslie J. Perry 23 1895 247
Gen. Lee and Gettysburg Perry, Leslie J.Leslie J. Perry 23 1895 253
Closing Scenes of the First Battle of Manassas Randolph, William FitzhughWilliam Fitzhugh Randolph 23 1895 259
Reply of General Munford Munford, Thomas TaylorThomas Taylor Munford 23 1895 264
Fort Henry on the Yadkin Flowers, Robert LeeRobert Lee Flowers 23 1895 266
Cruise of the Clarence Woods, Robert HarrisRobert Harris Woods 23 1895 274
Plan to Rescue the Johnson Island Prisoners Minor, Robert DabneyRobert Dabney Minor 23 1895 283
Lee Rangers 23 1895 290
Company B, Ninth Virginia Cavalry 23 1895 292
Reminiscences of the First and Last Days of the War Hundley, George JeffersonGeorge Jefferson Hundley 23 1895 294
A Secret Session Debate Battle, Kemp PlummerKemp Plummer Battle 23 1895 314
How the Soldiers Kept House During the War Parker, William WattsWilliam Watts Parker 23 1895 318
Gen. Schofield's Recognition of the Bravery of a Southern Woman 23 1895 328
Co. C, Ninth Virginia Cavalry 23 1895 330
Stonewall Jackson 23 1895 333
General Officers of the C. S. A. by States Jones, Charles EdgeworthCharles Edgeworth Jones 23 1895 335
The Spirit of '76 and the Spirit of '61 Blackford, Launcelot MinorLauncelot Minor Blackford 23 1895 336
Protest of R. E. Lee Camp 23 1895 337
The Longstreet-Gettysburg Controversy Jones, John WilliamJohn William Jones 23 1895 342
Stuart and Gettysburg Mosby, John SingletonJohn Singleton Mosby 23 1895 348
Museum of the South Hoge, Moses DruryMoses Drury Hoge, Bradley Tyler Johnson & Charles Triplett O'Ferrall 23 1895 354
Joseph Jones, D. D., LL.D. 23 1895 382
The University of North Carolina in the Civil War Weeks, Stephen BeauregardStephen Beauregard Weeks 24 1896 1
Lieutenant-Colonel Francis W. Smith, C. S. A 24 1896 39
Reconstruction in Texas Walker, John CrawfordJohn Crawford Walker 24 1896 41
Autobiography of General Patton Anderson, C. S. A. 24 1896 57
Lee and Longstreet Taylor, Walter HerronWalter Herron Taylor 24 1896 73
General Lee to the Rear Goldsmith, Washington LaFayetteWashington LaFayette Goldsmith 24 1896 79
The Battle of Sailor's Creek James, Charles FentonCharles Fenton James 24 1896 83
A Daring Exploit Hollins, George NicholasGeorge Nicholas Hollins 24 1896 88
An Important Dispatch from Lieutenant-General N. B. Forrest 24 1896 92
Sketch of Company I, 61st Virginia Infantry, Mahone's Brigade, C. S. A. McAlpine, Charles RobertCharles Robert McAlpine 24 1896 98
The Hanging of Mosby's Men in 1864 24 1896 108
The Roll of the Richmond Howitzers, 1st Company, who were at Harper's Ferry, October, 1859 24 1896 110
The First Gun at Fort Sumter Lee, Stephen DillStephen Dill Lee & Julian Meade Ruffin 24 1896 111
Muster-Roll of the Holcombe Guards Parrott, W. A.W. A. Parrott 24 1896 115
The Several Confederate Flags Described Johnson, Bradley TylerBradley Tyler Johnson 24 1896 117
The Battle of Shiloh Wheeler, JosephJoseph Wheeler 24 1896 119
The Capture of the Federal Garrison at Front Royal, May 23, 1862 Donohoe, John CarrollJohn Carroll Donohoe 24 1896 131
The History and the Roster of Co. D, Clarke Cavalry Shepherd, Joseph H.Joseph H. Shepherd 24 1896 145
The Appointment of Gen. Geo. E. Pickett to West Point Pickett, LaSalle CorbellLaSalle Corbell Pickett 24 1896 151
Gen. Grant's Censor 24 1896 154
Roster of Carter's Battery, King William Artillery 24 1896 156
Running of the Blockade Sprunt, JamesJames Sprunt 24 1896 157
Capture of the Federal Steamer Maple Leaf 24 1896 165
The Roll of Co. G, 49th Va. Infantry Miller, H. JudsonH. Judson Miller 24 1896 171
A Characteristic Letter of Gen. Jubal A. Early 24 1896 176
The First Day at Gettysburg Meredith, Jaquelin MarshallJaquelin Marshall Meredith 24 1896 182
The Muster-Roll of the Old Dominion Dragoons from Hampton, Va. 24 1896 187
The Carnage at Franklin, Tenn. Cunningham, Sumner ArchibaldSumner Archibald Cunningham 24 1896 189
The Burial of Latane 24 1896 192
Morgan's Raid through Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio 24 1896 194
The Attack on Helena, Ark., July 4, 1863 24 1896 197
The Confederate Armies 24 1896 200
Special Mission of Lieut. J. L. Capston to Ireland Benjamin, Judah PhilipJudah Philip Benjamin 24 1896 202
Chancellorsville Reynolds, AlbertAlbert Reynolds 24 1896 205
Roster and Movements of Co. I, 56th Va. Infantry Breedlove, John W.John W. Breedlove 24 1896 210
Pouncing on Pickets 24 1896 213
The Black Horse Troop and its Daring Deeds 24 1896 218
Running the Blockade 24 1896 225
What Might Have Been 24 1896 230
Fayetteville Arsenal—History of the 6th (N. C.) Battalion Armory Guards Taylor, Matthew P.Matthew P. Taylor 24 1896 231
A Brilliant Record—The Nottoway Grays (Co. G.) 18th Va. Infantry 24 1896 237
Petition of Ladies of Petersburg, Va., for Release of President Davis, Oct., 1865 24 1896 240
Unveiling of the Monument to the Confederate Dead at Winchester, Va., July, 1896 Robinson, H. W.H. W. Robinson 24 1896 242
What the Alabama did 24 1896 249
Battle of Sailor's Creek 24 1896 250
North Carolina Soldiers Paroled at Appomattox C. H. 24 1896 254
History of the 22d North Carolina Infantry Daves, GrahamGraham Daves 24 1896 256
The Battle of Sharpsburg Taylor, Walter HerronWalter Herron Taylor 24 1896 267
General W. H. C. Whiting Randall, James RyderJames Ryder Randall 24 1896 274
Wade Hampton's Strategy Foard, Noah ParteeNoah Partee Foard 24 1896 278
Davis and Davidson Davis, JeffersonJefferson Davis & Hunter Davidson 24 1896 284
Muster-Roll and Casualties of the Roanoke Grays Roller, Albert HenryAlbert Henry Roller 24 1896 291
Generals Buckner and McClellan Perry, Leslie J.Leslie J. Perry 24 1896 295
Charge of the Cadets V. M. I. at Newmarket, Va. 24 1896 302
The Career of T. L. Clingman, U. S. Senator and General 24 1896 303
The Last Battle of the War Conyer, LutherLuther Conyer 24 1896 309
The Western Campaign Riddell, Thomas JeffersonThomas Jefferson Riddell 24 1896 316
History of the 28th North Carolina Infantry Lane, James HenryJames Henry Lane 24 1896 324
Jenkins' Brigade in the Gettyburg Campaign Shuricht, HermannHermann Shuricht 24 1896 339
Evacuation Echoes Campbell, John ArchibaldJohn Archibald Campbell 24 1896 351
The James City Cavalry Allen, James HarveyJames Harvey Allen 24 1896 353
Goochland Light Dragoons Powell, Charles H.Charles H. Powell 24 1896 359
Muster-Roll of the Richardson Guard, Company A, 7th Virginia Infantry Conway, CatlettCatlett Conway 24 1896 361
The Laying of the Corner-Stone of the Monument to President Jefferson Davis in Monroe Park Lee, Stephen DillStephen Dill Lee 24 1896 364
The Career of Wise's Brigade Wise, Henry AlexanderHenry Alexander Wise 25 1897 1
S. S. Prentiss and his Career Baldwin, Joseph GloverJoseph Glover Baldwin 25 1897 22
Crutchfield's Artillery Brigade Basinger, William StarrWilliam Starr Basinger 25 1897 38
Miss Emma Sansom—An Alabama Heroine Maury, Dabney HerndonDabney Herndon Maury 25 1897 45
James Louis Petigru Miller, Walter L.Walter L. Miller 25 1897 55
Gettysburg Failure Stribling, Robert MackeyRobert Mackey Stribling 25 1897 60
The Hampton Roads' Conference Reagan, John HenningerJohn Henninger Reagan 25 1897 68
The Charge of the Crater Stewart, William HenryWilliam Henry Stewart 25 1897 77
Gen. T. J. Jackson McGuire, Hunter HolmesHunter Holmes McGuire 25 1897 91
The Richmond, Va., Ambulance Corps 25 1897 113
The Career of the Shenandoah, C. S. Navy 25 1897 118
The Signal Service Corps, C. S. A. Taft, A. W.A. W. Taft 25 1897 130
Burning of Richmond, April 3, 1865 Duke, Richard Thomas WalkerRichard Thomas Walker Duke 25 1897 134
Retreat from Richmond Blake, Thomas BallardThomas Ballard Blake 25 1897 139
Tribute to General P. M. B. Young, C. S. A. 25 1897 146
Historical Sketch of the 23d N. C. Infantry Wall, Henry ClayHenry Clay Wall 25 1897 151
History of the Rockbridge 2d Dragoons Moore, Josiah StauntonJosiah Staunton Moore 25 1897 177
Sketch of Colonel E. Waggaman, 10th Louisiana Infantry, C. S. A. 25 1897 180
James Murray Mason Wise, Henry AlexanderHenry Alexander Wise 25 1897 186
R. M. T. Hunter Washington, Littleton QuintonLittleton Quinton Washington 25 1897 193
Letter from General Beauregard to General Wise as to the Crisis of the Confederacy, May 14, 1864 25 1897 206
Malvern Hill Lamb, JohnJohn Lamb 25 1897 208
The Slaughter at Petersburg June 18, 1864 Thomas, William M.William M. Thomas 25 1897 222
Sam Davis—A Southern Martyr Wilcox, Ella WheelerElla Wheeler Wilcox 25 1897 231
Boy Heroes of Cold Harbor McCrady, EdwardEdward McCrady 25 1897 234
How General Custer hung Mosby's Men 25 1897 239
History of the 38th N. C. Infantry Flowers, George WashingtonGeorge Washington Flowers 25 1897 245
Roster and Record of Company D, 21st Virginia Infantry 25 1897 264
Evacuation of Richmond—Days Preceding and Closing Scenes of Averill, John H.John H. Averill 25 1897 267
Roll and Record of the Sussex Light Dragoons Blow, William NivisonWilliam Nivison Blow 25 1897 273
Maryland Campaign—Boonsboro Fight 25 1897 276
Roster and Career of the 2d Rockbridge Battery Johnston, W. F.W. F. Johnston 25 1897 281
Retreat from Richmond Blake, Thomas BallardThomas Ballard Blake 25 1897 285
Richmond Fayette Artillery—Its Movement on New Berne, N. C., in 1864 Gaines, E. W.E. W. Gaines 25 1897 288
Sketch of J. P. Benjamin Ezekiel, Herbert TobiasHerbert Tobias Ezekiel 25 1897 297
The Private Soldier Bennett, Risden TylerRisden Tyler Bennett 25 1897 302
Incidents in the Career of General T. J. Jackson Maury, Dabney HerndonDabney Herndon Maury 25 1897 309
C. S. Senator, T. J. Semmes 25 1897 317
Sketch of 44th N. C. Infantry Stedman, Charles ManlyCharles Manly Stedman 25 1897 334
General R. E. Colston 25 1897 346
Ode Colston, Raleigh EdwardRaleigh Edward Colston 25 1897 352
Birth-Day of General R. E. Lee, January 19, 1898 Parks, Richard StewartRichard Stewart Parks 25 1897 354
List of Virginians under Confederate Fire on Morris Island, 1864 25 1897 365
J. P. Benjamin 25 1897 378
How President Lincoln was Brought to Free the Slaves 25 1897 380
The Confederate Dead Gordon, Armistead ChurchillArmistead Churchill Gordon 25 1897 382
War Diary of Captain R. E. Park, 12th Alabama Reg't, Jan., 1863—Jan. 27, 1864 26 1898 1
Charles Jones Colcock, 3d S. C. Cavalry Courtenay, William AshmeadWilliam Ashmead Courtenay 26 1898 32
The Dismemberment of Virginia Baird, WilliamWilliam Baird 26 1898 39
The Coast Defense of South Carolina, 1861-5 Courtenay, William AshmeadWilliam Ashmead Courtenay 26 1898 62
General J. E. B. Stuart—A Tribute Frayser, Richard EdgarRichard Edgar Frayser 26 1898 87
Retreat of the Confederate States Cabinet Clark, Micajah HenryMicajah Henry Clark 26 1898 96
Report of the Bombardment of Fort Sumter Davie, W. R.W. R. Davie 26 1898 101
The Battle of Milford Station Loehr, Charles TheodoreCharles Theodore Loehr 26 1898 110
The Battle and Campaign of Gettysburg Trimble, Isaac RidgewayIsaac Ridgeway Trimble 26 1898 116
Wm. H. C. Whiting, Major-General C. S. A Denson, Claudius BakerClaudius Baker Denson 26 1898 129
To the Confederacy's Soldiers and Sailors Jones, Thomas GoodeThomas Goode Jones, William James Samford, John William Augustine Sanford, Benjamin Hill Screws & Hilary Abner Herbert 26 1898 181
Heroes of Honey Hill Courtenay, William AshmeadWilliam Ashmead Courtenay 26 1898 232
The Old Camp Lee, Richmond, Va Shields, John CamdenJohn Camden Shields 26 1898 241
Stuart's Ride Around McClellan Mosby, John SingletonJohn Singleton Mosby 26 1898 246
Moses Drury Hoge, D.D. LL.D. A Memorial Brock, Robert AlonzoRobert Alonzo Brock 26 1898 255
The Visit of General Joseph Wheeler to Richmond, Va., Jan. 1 6, 1899 Cox, Edwin P.Edwin P. Cox, James Hoge Tyler, Joseph Wheeler, David Albaugh De Armond & William Atkinson Jones 26 1898 291
A Recollection of Pelham Moore, J. B.J. B. Moore 26 1898 306
They Honor a Former Foe 26 1898 308
Pensioning the Confederate Soldiers by the United States Government 26 1898 312
A Southern Account of the Burning of Chambersburg Moore, James ScottJames Scott Moore 26 1898 315
The Confederate Cause and Its Defenders Christian, George LlewellynGeorge Llewellyn Christian 26 1898 323
Hon. James Mercer Garnett Garnett, James MercerJames Mercer Garnett 26 1898 347
The Confederate Cavalry, Its Wants, Trials and Heroism Lamb, JohnJohn Lamb 26 1898 359
Confederate Ordnance, the Difficulty in Supplying it Broun, William LeroyWilliam Leroy Broun 26 1898 365
Distinguished Dead of the Louisiana Division, Army Northern Virginia Walshe, Blayney TownleyBlayney Townley Walshe 26 1898 377
Diary of Captain James M. Garnett 27 1899 1
It was Obedience Even Unto Death Stiles, RobertRobert Stiles 27 1899 17
How General A. P. Hill Met His Fate Matthews, James P.James P. Matthews & Winfield Peters 27 1899 27
An Account of the Campaign of Rich Mountain in 1861 Price, Henry ManoreHenry Manore Price & Cornelius Tacitus Allen 27 1899 38
The Career of the 15th Virginia Infantry Lacy, James B.James B. Lacy 27 1899 48
The Battle of Gettysburg White, Henry AlexanderHenry Alexander White 27 1899 52
The Vindication of the South Munford, Beverly BlandBeverly Bland Munford 27 1899 60
Hanover County Heroes 27 1899 85
The Purcell Battery from Richmond, Va Drewry, Albert SidneyAlbert Sidney Drewry 27 1899 89
The last Volley Fired at Appomattox Grimes, BryanBryan Grimes 27 1899 92
Sussex Light Dragoons 27 1899 97
W. L. Yancey in History Bose, John Witherspoon DuJohn Witherspoon Du Bose 27 1899 98
Johnson's Island described Blackman, W. H. H.W. H. H. Blackman 27 1899 102
Ceremonies attending the Unveiling of the Monument to the Confederate dead at Jacksonville, Florida, June 16, 1898 Fleming, Francis PhilipFrancis Philip Fleming, Robert Hamilton McWhorta Davidson & William Dunnington Bloxham 27 1899 109
An Effort to Rescue President Davis Hampton, WadeWade Hampton 27 1899 132
Capture of the Underwriter, U. S. Navy, at New Bern, N. C., February 2, 1864 Loyall, Benjamin PollardBenjamin Pollard Loyall 27 1899 136
Graphic Description of the Battle of Cedar Run Worsham, John HenryJohn Henry Worsham 27 1899 144
Address of Hon. T. S. Garnett 27 1899 151
And of that of Hon. M. R. H. Garnett 27 1899 155
Orr's South Carolina Rifles Mattison, J. W.J. W. Mattison 27 1899 157
President Lincoln, his character and religious opinions discussed Minor, Charles Landon CarterCharles Landon Carter Minor 27 1899 165
Tarheels' Thin Gray Line Johnson, Bradley TylerBradley Tyler Johnson & Richard Dennis Steuart 27 1899 170
Ordnance Report of Grimes' Division Garnett, James MercerJames Mercer Garnett 27 1899 177
Raid of General David Hunter Moore, James ScottJames Scott Moore 27 1899 179
Gettysburg 27 1899 192
Colonel John Bowie Magruder Stewart, William HenryWilliam Henry Stewart 27 1899 205
Sharpsburg 27 1899 210
Captain Thomas Jefferson Page, of the C. S. Gunboat Stonewall 27 1899 219
The Battle of Fredericksburg, a paper on Lamb, JohnJohn Lamb 27 1899 231
The Sick and Wounded Confederate Soldiers in the Hospitals at Hagerstown and Williamsport, Md., in 1863 Gaines, John MutiusJohn Mutius Gaines 27 1899 241
Ceremonies of the Unveiling at Front Royal, Va., September 23, 1899 Richards, Adolphus EdwardAdolphus Edward Richards, Henry Hawkins Downing & John Singleton Mosby 27 1899 250
Barbara Freitchie, a Myth 27 1899 287
Confederate Generals—Their Ability Bose, John Witherspoon DuJohn Witherspoon Du Bose 27 1899 290
William Preston Johnston 27 1899 294
General Stuart's Raid on Catlett's Station 27 1899 303
Why the Confederate States did not have a Supreme Court Johnson, Bradley TylerBradley Tyler Johnson 27 1899 307
Roster of Company F, Mosby's Battalion 27 1899 312
Retaliation 27 1899 314
The First Company of Richmond Howitzers Poindexter, CharlesCharles Poindexter 27 1899 322
General Dabney Herndon Maury 27 1899 335
Address of Benjamin Blake Minor, LL. D. 27 1899 350
And that of Prof. John P. McGuire 27 1899 359
President Lincoln Further Arraigned Minor, Charles Landon CarterCharles Landon Carter Minor 27 1899 365
The Murder of David Getz Grabill, John HenryJohn Henry Grabill 27 1899 372
The Peace Conference in Hampton Roads, Jan. 31, 1865 27 1899 374
Roster of Company C, 1st Virginia Cavalry, from Rockbridge county Moore, James ScottJames Scott Moore 27 1899 377
Roster of Company H, 13th Virginia Cavalry, with casualties Blow, William NivisonWilliam Nivison Blow 27 1899 380
Confederate Valor and Devotion Stewart, William HenryWilliam Henry Stewart 27 1899 383
Lane's Corps of Sharpshooters Lane, James HenryJames Henry Lane 28 1900 1
 Brunswick Guard 28 1900 8
 A Secret Service Episode Zimmer, LouisLouis Zimmer 28 1900 14
The Last Days of Lee and his Paladins Claiborne, John HerbertJohn Herbert Claiborne 28 1900 19
 Harper's Ferry and First Manassas Garnett, James MercerJames Mercer Garnett 28 1900 59
 Charlotte Cavalry Bouldin, Edwin EdmundsEdwin Edmunds Bouldin 28 1900 71
 The Pioneer of Secession in the Continental Congress Burke, ThomasThomas Burke 28 1900 81
 Sketch of Life of Lieutenant-Colonel William F. Niemeyer, 61st Virginia Infantry Stewart, William HenryWilliam Henry Stewart 28 1900 84
 History of the Confederate Flag Rogers, Arthur LeeArthur Lee Rogers 28 1900 89
 How the Seven Days' Battle around Richmond began 28 1900 90
 The Barn Burners Burkholder, Newton M.Newton M. Burkholder 28 1900 98
 R. E. Lee Garnett, Theodore StanfordTheodore Stanford Garnett 28 1900 106
 Roll of Company F, 10th Virginia Infantry (the Muhlenburg Rifles) Miley, Herbert F.Herbert F. Miley 28 1900 115
 History of the Confederate States Navy Porter, John W. H.John W. H. Porter 28 1900 125
 How Lieutenant Walter Bowie, of Mosby's Command, met his end Wiltshire, James GirardJames Girard Wiltshire 28 1900 135
 Efforts to Establish a Central Confederacy in 1861 28 1900 144
 The Correspondence of General R. E. Lee Palmer, William HenryWilliam Henry Palmer 28 1900 148
 The Case of the South against the North, by B. F. Grady Walker, WilliamWilliam Walker 28 1900 156
 Carpenter's Battery, Stonewall Brigade Fonerden, Clarence AlbertClarence Albert Fonerden 28 1900 166
 Official Report of the History Committee of the Grand Camp, C. V., Department of Virginia Christian, George LlewellynGeorge Llewellyn Christian 28 1900 169
 Battle of the Crater Bernard, George SmithGeorge Smith Bernard 28 1900 204
 The Confederate States organized Arizona in 1862 Rodgers, Robert L.Robert L. Rodgers 28 1900 222
 Celebration of Birthday of General R. E. Lee Palmer, Benjamin MorganBenjamin Morgan Palmer & Mary Ashley Townsend 28 1900 228
 General Lee as College President Joynes, Edward SoutheyEdward Southey Joynes 28 1900 243
 Was the Confederate Soldier a Rebel? Washington, Bushrod CorbinBushrod Corbin Washington 28 1900 247
 The Last Charge at Appomattox made by the 14th Virginia Cavalry Bouldin, Edwin EdmundsEdwin Edmunds Bouldin 28 1900 254
 The only Confederate Treaty negotiated with a Foreign Power Giddings, George HenryGeorge Henry Giddings 28 1900 255
 Company D, 44th Virginia Infantry Bowles, Richard CurdRichard Curd Bowles 28 1900 259
 The Brunswick Blues 28 1900 261
 The Charlotte Rifles 28 1900 262
 Battle of Fort Gregg 28 1900 265
 Sketch of the Life and Career of Hunter Holmes McGuire, M. D., LL. D. 28 1900 267
 General Thomas R. R. Cobb 28 1900 280
 Washington Artillery Heroes 28 1900 301
 Some Notes of the Confederate States Navy Minor, Robert DabneyRobert Dabney Minor 28 1900 305
 The Phi Gamma in War Colonel), James Madison Wells (LieutenantJames Madison Wells 28 1900 309
 Mrs. Jefferson Davis Curtis, Newton MartinNewton Martin Curtis 28 1900 314
 What is a Confederate Veteran? Rodgers, Robert L.Robert L. Rodgers 28 1900 316
 General P. G. T. Beauregard Hagood, JohnsonJohnson Hagood 28 1900 318
 Crenshaw's Battery, Pegram's Battalion Goolsby, John C.John C. Goolsby 28 1900 336
 A Confederation of Southern Memorial Associations Walker, Susan HowardSusan Howard Walker 28 1900 377
The 93rd Anniversary of the Birth of President Jefferson Davis Fenner, Charles ErasmusCharles Erasmus Fenner 29 1901 1
Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson Johnson, Bradley TylerBradley Tyler Johnson 29 1901 33
"The Trials and Trial of Jefferson Davis." Blackford, Charles MinorCharles Minor Blackford 29 1901 45
The Life and Character of Robert E. Lee Cameron, William EvelynWilliam Evelyn Cameron 29 1901 82
Report of the History Committee of the Grand Camp C. V., Department of Virginia, at Petersburg, Va. Christian, George LlewellynGeorge Llewellyn Christian 29 1901 99
Maryland Confederates Peters, WinfieldWinfield Peters 29 1901 132
Brook Church Fight 29 1901 139
North Carolina Troops Olds, Frederick AugustusFrederick Augustus Olds 29 1901 144
The Fall of Richmond, April 3, 1865 Tucker, DallasDallas Tucker 29 1901 152
How Virginia Supplied Maryland With Arms McDonald, Edward Allen HitchcockEdward Allen Hitchcock McDonald 29 1901 163
Battle of Chancellorsville Sanders, Christopher ColumbusChristopher Columbus Sanders 29 1901 166
A Confederate Plan for Arming the Slaves Buck, Irving AshbyIrving Ashby Buck 29 1901 173
Williamsburg Junior Guards, roll of Lively, Edward HenleyEdward Henley Lively 29 1901 175
The Peace Conference in Hampton Roads Goode, JohnJohn Goode 29 1901 177
Confederate Dead at Elmira Prison, N. Y. Toney, Marcus BreckenridgeMarcus Breckenridge Toney 29 1901 193
Battle of Bethel, June 10, 1861 29 1901 197
Cruise of C. S. Steamer Nashville Whittle, William ConwayWilliam Conway Whittle 29 1901 207
Burial of General Henry Little, C. S. A. 29 1901 212
Fight at Bentonville, N. C., March 19, 1865 Thomas, Lovick PierceLovick Pierce Thomas 29 1901 215
Roll of Goochland Troop Lively, Edward HenleyEdward Henley Lively 29 1901 223
How General J. E. B. Stuart was Killed Johnson, Bradley TylerBradley Tyler Johnson 29 1901 227
Escape of Lieutenant W. W. George Baldwin, W. T.W. T. Baldwin 29 1901 229
Roll of Company G, 26th Virginia Regiment 29 1901 240
Sketch of Life of Major W. W. Goldsborough, of the Maryland Line Peters, WinfieldWinfield Peters 29 1901 243
April 19, 1861, a record of the memorable day in Baltimore, Md. 29 1901 251
The Sword of Lee not offered to Grant at Appomattox C. H. Bird, SpotswoodSpotswood Bird 29 1901 269
Biographical Sketch of Samuel Preston Moore, Surgeon-General C. S. A. Lewis, Samuel EdwinSamuel Edwin Lewis 29 1901 273
May 5, 1865 Littlejohn, D. H.D. H. Littlejohn 29 1901 279
Tribute to Colonel E. L. Hobson , Cullen Andrews BattleCullen Andrews Battle 29 1901 281
Battle of Drewry's Bluff Drewry, Augustus HenryAugustus Henry Drewry 29 1901 284
Battle of Cold Harbor Goldsborough, William WorthingtonWilliam Worthington Goldsborough 29 1901 285
The David, the original C. S. Torpedo Boat 29 1901 292
Number of North Carolina Troops in C. S. Army Hill, Daniel HarveyDaniel Harvey Hill 29 1901 294
Hood's Texas Brigade Henderson, Don. E.Don. E. Henderson 29 1901 297
Roll of Battery of Captain (subsequently Colonel) John H. Guy, of Goochland 29 1901 311
Battle of Sabine Pass, September 8, 1863 29 1901 314
Ordnance Department C. S. A. 29 1901 319
Confederate Dead in the Cemetery at Mount Jackson Zirkle, Mary EllenMary Ellen Zirkle 29 1901 321
Battle of Chancellorsville 29 1901 329
General N. B. Forrest Gailor, Thomas FrankThomas Frank Gailor 29 1901 337
Storming the Stone Fence at Gettysburg Causby, Thomas EspyThomas Espy Causby 29 1901 339
Confederate States State Department Washington, Littleton QuintonLittleton Quinton Washington 29 1901 341
With Archer's Brigade accounts of battles of Gaines' Mill and Mechanicsville Ledbetter, Martin TylerMartin Tyler Ledbetter 29 1901 349
Confederate Dead at Arlington cemetery 29 1901 352
Battle of Shiloh Derry, Joseph TyroneJoseph Tyrone Derry 29 1901 357
The Land of Dixie Taylor, Robert LoveRobert Love Taylor 29 1901 361
Officers of 1st Virginia Regiment 29 1901 364
Richmond Light Dragoons, with roll Wallace, Charles MontriouCharles Montriou Wallace 29 1901 366
Sinking of the C. S. Steamer Jamestown Wright, RobertRobert Wright 29 1901 371
Shall Cromwell have a Statue? Jr., Charles Francis Adams,Charles Francis Adams 30 1902 1
Graduates of West Point Military Academy, who served in the C. S. Army, with the highest commission and highest command attained McCabe, William GordonWilliam Gordon McCabe 30 1902 34
Treatment and Exchange of Prisoners, Official Report of the History Committee of the Grand Camp C. V., Department of Virginia Christian, George LlewellynGeorge Llewellyn Christian 30 1902 77
Battle of Cedar Creek, Va., October 19, 1864 Buck, Samuel DawsonSamuel Dawson Buck 30 1902 104
The Fatal Wounding of General T. J (Stonewall) Jackson Moorman, Marcellus NewtonMarcellus Newton Moorman 30 1902 110
Last Forlorn Hope of the Confederacy, Trans-Mississippi Department Reed, Wallace PutnamWallace Putnam Reed 30 1902 117
Lee, Davis and Lincoln Jr., Charles Francis Adams,Charles Francis Adams & Henry Watterson 30 1902 121
The Old System of Slavery, its compensations and contrasts to the present labor conditions Minor, Charles Landon CarterCharles Landon Carter Minor 30 1902 125
The Last Tragedy of the War Dinkins, JamesJames Dinkins 30 1902 129
War Times in Natchez Wilcox, Georgia GriffingGeorgia Griffing Wilcox 30 1902 135
Carolina Cadets and their part in the War of 1861-'5 Jones, IredellIredell Jones 30 1902 138
Reminiscences of the Black Horse Troop 30 1902 142
Personal Reminiscences of the Seven Days' Battles Around Richmond, June 26 to July 1, 1862 Garnett, James MercerJames Mercer Garnett 30 1902 147
Who was the First Federal to Enter Richmond?—Major A. H. Stevens 30 1902 152
Roster of Company D, Fifth Virginia Infantry ("Buckingham Yancey Guard") Patteson, CammCamm Patteson 30 1902 154
Elliott Grays of Manchester, Va., Roll of, with History of, 30 1902 161
Work of Submarine Boats of the C. S Navy Alexander, William A.William A. Alexander 30 1902 164
Johnston's Last Volley, at Durham, N. C., April 26, 1865 30 1902 174
The Battle of Chickamauga 30 1902 178
Lest We Forget—Ben Butler Dinkins, JamesJames Dinkins 30 1902 188
The First Ironclad—the Manassas, C. S. Navy. 30 1902 196
The Confederate Ram Albemarle Dinkins, JamesJames Dinkins 30 1902 205
Ride Around Baltimore in 1864 Johnson, Bradley TylerBradley Tyler Johnson 30 1902 215
Reminiscences of General T. J. (Stonewall) Jackson and his Medical Director, Hunter McGuire, M. D., at Winchester, May, 1862 Lewis, Samuel EdwinSamuel Edwin Lewis 30 1902 226
Fatal Wounding of General J. E. B. Stuart Dorsey, Gustavus WarfieldGustavus Warfield Dorsey 30 1902 236
The Battle of Perryville, Ky., October 8, 1862 Finley, Luke W.Luke W. Finley 30 1902 238
Talks with General J. A. Early Conway, William BuchananWilliam Buchanan Conway 30 1902 250
Johnson's Island 30 1902 256
Colonel Wm. E. Peters, at Chambersburg, Pa., in July, 1864 30 1902 266
The Battle of the First Manassas, July 21, 1861 30 1902 269
The Bloody Struggle at Cold Harbor Salient, June 3, 1864 Bois, Augustus DuAugustus Du Bois 30 1902 276
The Campaign and Battle of Lynchburg, Va., June, 1864 Blackford, Charles MinorCharles Minor Blackford 30 1902 279
The South and the Union Minor, BerkeleyBerkeley Minor 30 1902 332
"The Gallant Pelham," "The Boy Artillerist," Major John Pelham—Lines to Randall, James R.James R. Randall 30 1902 338
Recollections of Major James Breathed Matthews, Henry HawHenry Haw Matthews 30 1902 346
Roster of Pelham's, afterward Breathed's, Battery, Stuart's Horse Artillery 30 1902 348
The Last of the Slavers Bartlett, Charles LafayetteCharles Lafayette Bartlett 30 1902 355
The Southern Cause Cameron, William EvelynWilliam Evelyn Cameron 30 1902 360
Why the Confederacy Failed to Win 30 1902 368
Recollections of Cedar Creek and Fisher's Hill Moorman, Marcellus NewtonMarcellus Newton Moorman 30 1902 371
The Washington Light Infantry 31 1903 1
Imboden's Dash into Charlestown Berkeley, F. CarterF. Carter Berkeley 31 1903 11
Gordon's Assault on Fort Stedman Walker, James AlexanderJames Alexander Walker 31 1903 19
Battle of Antietam or Sharpsburg Garnett, James MercerJames Mercer Garnett 31 1903 32
A Chapter of History 31 1903 48
Battle of Fort Gregg Jones, Archelaus KirklandArchelaus Kirkland Jones 31 1903 56
Battle of Winchester Garnett, James MercerJames Mercer Garnett 31 1903 61
The Confederate States Flag Cabell, William LewisWilliam Lewis Cabell 31 1903 68
Passing of the Monitor Scorpion 31 1903 71
First Shot in the War Gibbes, Wade HamptonWade Hampton Gibbes 31 1903 73
Last Capital of the Confederacy at Danville, Va. 31 1903 80
Robert E. Lee Halsey, Don PetersDon Peters Halsey 31 1903 81
How the South got Chemicals and Medicines During the War Mallett, John WilliamJohn William Mallett 31 1903 100
In a Louisiana Regiment McGrath, JohnJohn McGrath 31 1903 103
The Brunswick Guards, Company H, 53d Virginia Infantry Mitchell, George E.George E. Mitchell 31 1903 120
General John H. Morgan, an Account of his Death Scully, John WallJohn Wall Scully 31 1903 125
Closing Scenes of the War Howard, McHenryMcHenry Howard 31 1903 129
Confederate Currency 31 1903 145
Biographical Sketch of Major-General P. R. Cleburne Hardee, William JosephWilliam Joseph Hardee 31 1903 151
Zollicoffer's Oak Young, Bennett HendersonBennett Henderson Young 31 1903 165
New Market Day at Virginia Military Institute Upshur, John NottinghamJohn Nottingham Upshur, John Sergeant Wise & Armistead Churchill Gordon 31 1903 173
Company C, 37th Virginia Infantry 31 1903 185
Confederate Generals and Lieutenant-Generals Passing Away Jones, John WilliamJohn William Jones 31 1903 189
Captain Don P. Halsey, C. S. A. Halsey, Don PetersDon Peters Halsey 31 1903 193
The Sword of Robert Lee Ryan, Abram JosephAbram Joseph Ryan 31 1903 208
Maryland and the South Wright, Louise WigfallLouise Wigfall Wright 31 1903 209
Negroes in the Confederate States Army Cleburne, Patrick RonaynePatrick Ronayne Cleburne 31 1903 215
Pickett's Charge at Gettysburg Bright, Robert AndersonRobert Anderson Bright 31 1903 228
Georgia's Flag 31 1903 235
Recollections of Army Life with General Lee Foote, Frank H.Frank H. Foote 31 1903 237
Hunter Holmes McGuire, M. D., LL. D. Christian, George LlewellynGeorge Llewellyn Christian, Holmes Conrad & Andrew Jackson Montague 31 1903 248
Burning of Chambersburg, Pa. McCausland, JohnJohn McCausland 31 1903 266
Battle of the Crater, July 30, 1864 31 1903 271
History of the Crenshaw Battery Young, Charles P.Charles P. Young & Thomas Ellett 31 1903 275
The Battle of Shiloh, April 6, 1862 Dinkins, JamesJames Dinkins 31 1903 298
City 25th Battalion (Richmond) 31 1903 323
The First Marine Torpedoes were made in Richmond, Va., and Used in James River Maury, Richard LauncelotRichard Launcelot Maury 31 1903 326
Last Confederate Capital at Danville, Va. Bobbitt, Burnell BoiseauBurnell Boiseau Bobbitt 31 1903 334
North Carolina and Virginia, in the War 1861-65, and troops furnished by each Christian, George LlewellynGeorge Llewellyn Christian 31 1903 340
The Army Negro Baylor, GeorgeGeorge Baylor 31 1903 365
Rank, Respectively, in the U. S. and C. S. Armies, and pay of officers and soldiers of the latter 31 1903 369
Fort Gregg Again Richards, George WashingtonGeorge Washington Richards 31 1903 370
The Hypodermic Syringe First Used in the C. S. Army 31 1903 372
Address of Hon. John Lamb in R. E. Lee Camp C. V., in Accepting the Portrait of Gen. T. T. Munford 32 1904 1
Causes of the War, 1861-5 Wells, Julian L.Julian L. Wells 32 1904 13
The First Virginia Infantry at the Battle of Gettysburg, and the Charge of Pickett's Division Loehr, Charles TheodoreCharles Theodore Loehr 32 1904 33
Virginia's Contribution in Arms and Men to the Confederate States Army 32 1904 43
Relative Numbers of the United States and Confederate States Armies Lee, Cazenove GardnerCazenove Gardner Lee 32 1904 46
Parole List of Virginia Troops, Army Northern Virginia Talcott, Thomas Mann RandolphThomas Mann Randolph Talcott 32 1904 51
Attempted Sale of the Federal Fleet in the Mississippi River; Desertion of Lieutenant D. W. Glenney Wright, Marcus JosephMarcus Joseph Wright 32 1904 58
Retreat from Petersburg to Appomattox C. H.; Bridges Burned 32 1904 67
The Burning of Richmond, April 3, 1865; Federal Troops who Entered the City Ripley, Edward HastingsEdward Hastings Ripley 32 1904 73
The Second Battle of Manassas, and the 21st Virginia Infantry therein; Pope's Retreat; Troops Engaged and Losses Incurred Worsham, John HenryJohn Henry Worsham 32 1904 77
Sheridan's Bummers, and His Devastation of the Shenandoah Valley Paxton, Alexander SterrettAlexander Sterrett Paxton 32 1904 89
Death of Stonewall Jackson at the Hands of His Own Men; Last Order of Haas, Isaac CrawfordIsaac Crawford Haas 32 1904 94
Why John Wilkes Booth Shot Lincoln; The Execution of Captain John Yates Beall Clifford, Mary ScofieldMary Scofield Clifford 32 1904 99
Confederate Diplomacy DuBose, John WitherspoonJohn Witherspoon DuBose 32 1904 102
A Midnight Charge, and the Death of General J. E. B. Stuart Poindexter, William BowyerWilliam Bowyer Poindexter 32 1904 117
The Battle of Shiloh, and its National Military Park and Monuments Wright, Marcus JosephMarcus Joseph Wright 32 1904 122
Presentation of the Portrait of General Wade Hampton to R. E. Camp, C. V. Finney, William WoodWilliam Wood Finney & Charles Triplett O'Ferrall 32 1904 134
General Eppa Hunton and his Services in the Victory of Bull Run 32 1904 143
Southern Women in the War 1861-5 DeLeon, Thomas CooperThomas Cooper DeLeon 32 1904 149
Tribute to General J. B. Hood Hood, Ida RichardsonIda Richardson Hood 32 1904 151
The Gold of the C. S. Treasury Guarded to Atlanta, Ga., by the Naval Cadets Harris, John W.John W. Harris 32 1904 157
Last Days of the Confederacy in North Carolina and the Action of Governor Z. B. Vance Saunders, W. J.W. J. Saunders 32 1904 164
Judah P. Benjamin; Recollections of, in London Richardson, C. A.C. A. Richardson 32 1904 169
The Pulaski Guards, Company C, 4th Virginia Infantry Caddall, James B.James B. Caddall 32 1904 174
Address of General Stephen D. Lee at Nashville, Tenn., June 14, 1904 32 1904 178
Battle of Gettysburg, and the Charge of Pickett's Division Martin, RawleyRawley Martin & John Holmes Smith 32 1904 183
List of Confederate States Flags Captured from Virginia Troops; when, and where 32 1904 195
Battle of Spotsylvania C. H., May 12, 1864 Gibson, Jonathan CatlettJonathan Catlett Gibson & William Waugh Smith 32 1904 200
Colonel H. A. Carrington; His Life and Services Cabell, George CraigheadGeorge Craighead Cabell 32 1904 216
Steel Breast Plates Worn as Defensive Armor by Federal Soldiers 32 1904 221
Battle of Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864; A Vindication of General J. A. Early McNeily, John SeymourJohn Seymour McNeily 32 1904 223
The Fredericksburg Artillery, Captain E. S. Marye Fleet, Charles BrowneCharles Browne Fleet 32 1904 240
The Ironclad Virginia, and What She Accomplished March and 9, 1862 Cline, William R.William R. Cline 32 1904 243
The Griffith-Barksdale-Humphrey Mississippi Brigade, and its Campaigns Dinkins, JamesJames Dinkins 32 1904 250
Causes of the War 1861-5, and Events of the First Year, Particularly in North Carolina Daves, GrahamGraham Daves 32 1904 275
The Battle of Chickamauga Dinkins, JamesJames Dinkins 32 1904 299
Sherman's Expedition from Vicksburg to Meridian, February 3 to March 6, 1864; His Vandalism Lee, Stephen DillStephen Dill Lee 32 1904 310
The Shenandoah; Sketch of the Eventful Life of the Confederate Cruiser, Captain J. I. Waddell Ashe, Samuel A'CourtSamuel A'Court Ashe 32 1904 320
The Featherstone-Posey-Harris Mississippi Brigade, and its Services McCaleb, Edwin HowardEdwin Howard McCaleb 32 1904 329
The Prison Life of Jefferson Davis at Fort Monroe, with General Nelson A. Miles as Jailer Stewart, William HenryWilliam Henry Stewart 32 1904 338
Historic Waters of Virginia and their Defenses, with the Achievements of the Ironclad Virginia Cameron, William EvelynWilliam Evelyn Cameron 32 1904 347
The Last Salute of the Army of Northern Virginia Chamberlain, Joshua LawrenceJoshua Lawrence Chamberlain 32 1904 356
Communication of General C. J. Polignac as to His Mission to France in 1865 32 1904 364
Prison Life of Jefferson Davis; Letter on Davis, Varina Banks HowellVarina Banks Howell Davis 32 1904 371
Story of the Confederate Armored Ram Arkansas Johnson, JohnJohn Johnson 33 1905 1
Trees Whittled Down at Horse shoe Old, William W.William W. Old 33 1905 16
Recollections of Gen. G. M. Sorrel Anderson, ArcherArcher Anderson 33 1905 25
The Lost Sword of Gen. R. B. Garnett (who fell at Gettysbury) returned to his neice, Mrs. John B. Purcell Peters, WinfieldWinfield Peters 33 1905 26
Balloon used for Scout Duty Bryan, John RandolphJohn Randolph Bryan 33 1905 32
Honor Roll of the University of Virginia 33 1905 43
The Battle of Bethesda Church Christian, Charles BurksCharles Burks Christian 33 1905 57
Address at Newton, N. C., before the Annual Re-Union of Confederate Veterans Bennett, Risden TylerRisden Tyler Bennett 33 1905 69
John Yates Beall, Martyr Crawford, J. H.J. H. Crawford 33 1905 71
The Crisis of the Confederacy Wells, Edward LaightEdward Laight Wells 33 1905 79
Confederate Cavalry around Port Hudson Pascoe, W. H.W. H. Pascoe 33 1905 83
Battle of Sharpsburg or Antietam Morrison, Emmett MasalonEmmett Masalon Morrison 33 1905 97
Battle of Sharpsburg or Antietam Carman, Ezra AyersEzra Ayers Carman 33 1905 105
My Personal Experiences in Taking up Arms and in the Battle of Malvern Hill, Gettysburg, Pickett's Charge Crocker, James FrancisJames Francis Crocker 33 1905 111
General Lee at Gettysburg Smith, James PowerJames Power Smith 33 1905 135
Some of the Drug Conditions During the War Between the States, 1861-5 Jacobs, JosephJoseph Jacobs 33 1905 161
Seals, Stamps and Currency for the Confederacy 33 1905 188
The Last Charge at Appomattox Billmyer, M. J.M. J. Billmyer 33 1905 191
The 12th Alabama Infantry, C. S. A.; Its Organization, Associations, Engagements, Casualties, etc. Park, Robert EmoryRobert Emory Park 33 1905 193
Returned Confederate Flags Lamb, JohnJohn Lamb 33 1905 297
Roster of the Battalion of the Georgia Military Institute Cadets in the Confederate Army Rodgers, Robert L.Robert L. Rodgers 33 1905 306
The Battle near Spotsylvania C. H., on May 18th, 1864 Cutshaw, William E.William E. Cutshaw 33 1905 320
Major General Edward Johnson at Spotsylvania Hunter, Robert WatermanRobert Waterman Hunter 33 1905 335
Artillery Work at Wilderness Garber, Asher WatermanAsher Waterman Garber 33 1905 341
Last Days of the Army in Southwest Va. Humphreys, Milton WileyMilton Wiley Humphreys 33 1905 344
Field of Blood was the Crater Stewart, William HenryWilliam Henry Stewart 33 1905 351
Graphic Account of the Battle of the Crater Featherstone, John CharlesJohn Charles Featherstone 33 1905 358
How Gen. R. E. Lee saved the Life of a Federal Officer Gaines, Samuel MortonSamuel Morton Gaines 33 1905 375
General Lee's Strategy at the Battle of Chancellorsville Talcott, Thomas Mann RandolphThomas Mann Randolph Talcott 34 1906 1
Prison Reminiscences Crocker, James FrancisJames Francis Crocker 34 1906 28
Address before the Ladies' Memorial Association at Charlotte, N. C. Bennett, Risden TylerRisden Tyler Bennett 34 1906 52
Address at Ashland, Va. Lamb, JohnJohn Lamb 34 1906 57
Prisoners of War North and South Rodgers, RuthRuth Rodgers 34 1906 69
Historical Memorial of the Charlotte Cavalry Bouldin, Edwin EdmundsEdwin Edmunds Bouldin 34 1906 75
New Light on the Great Drewry's Bluff Fight Clopton, William IzardWilliam Izard Clopton 34 1906 82
From Petersburg to Appomattox Townsend, Harry C.Harry C. Townsend 34 1906 99
War History Never Published Wright, Marcus JosephMarcus Joseph Wright 34 1906 128
Shaft to Portsmouth Artillery Thompson, John H.John H. Thompson & William Henry Stewart 34 1906 144
Yankee Gunboat "Smith Briggs," Thomas, R. S.R. S. Thomas 34 1906 162
First Battle of Manassas Peters, WinfieldWinfield Peters 34 1906 170
The Dahlgren Raid Crouch, Richard GallegoRichard Gallego Crouch 34 1906 179
Women of the Confederacy Eggleston, Sarah DabneySarah Dabney Eggleston 34 1906 191
Great Battle at Cedar Creek Hatton, Clarence R.Clarence R. Hatton 34 1906 194
Demonstration on Harper's Ferry in May, 1862 Warwick, Abram DanielAbram Daniel Warwick 34 1906 200
The Battle of Greatest Lustre Beale, George WilliamGeorge William Beale 34 1906 206
Roll of Company E, 13th Virginia Cavalry and the Flag of the Regiment 34 1906 210
Valley Campaign of General Early Gibson, MosesMoses Gibson 34 1906 212
The Last Man Who Fell at Appomattox 34 1906 218
Unveiling of the Statue to General William Smith at Richmond, Va. Keith, JamesJames Keith & Claude Augustus Swanson 34 1906 222
History of the famous Quitman Rifles 34 1906 239
Lampkin's Battery on the Retreat from Petersburg to Appomattox Massie, Fletcher ThomasFletcher Thomas Massie 34 1906 293
Longest Confederate March in the Shortest Time Moore, M. J.M. J. Moore 34 1906 248
Thirty-second Virginia at Sharpsburg Parham, John T.John T. Parham 34 1906 250
Men of Virginia at Ball's Bluff Hunter, Robert WatermanRobert Waterman Hunter 34 1906 255
Colonel W. T. Robins Jones, MaryusMaryus Jones 34 1906 275
Roll of Company I, 13th Virginia Cavalry 34 1906 278
Famous Retreat from Philippi in May, 1861 McNeil, John A.John A. McNeil 34 1906 280
The Imboden Raid and its Effects McNeil, John A.John A. McNeil 34 1906 294
List of the Chaplains, A. N. V. 34 1906 313
The Virginia's Great Fight Fiveash, Joseph GardnerJoseph Gardner Fiveash 34 1906 316
Pickett's Last Charge at Gettysburg Mayo, JosephJoseph Mayo 34 1906 327
Advance from Appomattox, Startling Development of the South Williams, John SkeltonJohn Skelton Williams 34 1906 336
How a woman saved Richmond in the Dahlgren Raid Cabell, William PrestonWilliam Preston Cabell 34 1906 353
Roll of Company D, 4th Virginia Apperson, John SamuelJohn Samuel Apperson 34 1906 359
Thirty-first Virginia at First Manassas Allen, James WalkinshawJames Walkinshaw Allen 34 1906 363
The gallant Berkeley brothers of the 8th Virginia C. S. A. 34 1906 371
Brave Defence of the Cockade City Glenn, John F.John F. Glenn 35 1907 1
Officers of General R. E. Lee's Staff Talcott, Thomas Mann RandolphThomas Mann Randolph Talcott 35 1907 25
Dedication of Tablet to the Botetourt Battery Johnston, MaryMary Johnston 35 1907 29
The Youngest General in the C. S. Army 35 1907 55
Mississippi Troops in Virginia, 1861-1865 35 1907 59
The Negroes as Slaves Dinkins, JamesJames Dinkins 35 1907 61
The Battle of Dranesville Hammond, William S.William S. Hammond 35 1907 69
The Career of General Jackson Jones, John WilliamJohn William Jones 35 1907 79
Sketch of Traveler, General Lee's War Horse 35 1907 99
Boys in the C. S. Army 35 1907 102
Boy Soldiers Dinkins, JamesJames Dinkins 35 1907 108
Last Raids of Morgan Through Indiana and Ohio Mosgrove, George DallasGeorge Dallas Mosgrove 35 1907 110
Battle of Malvern Hill Moore, Josiah StauntonJosiah Staunton Moore 35 1907 121
Sacrifices of J. U. Payne for the Cause 35 1907 127
Fitzhugh Lee Hunter, Robert WatermanRobert Waterman Hunter 35 1907 132
Why Sam. Houston Forsook his Bride 35 1907 148
Record of the Haskells of S. C. DeLeon, Thomas CooperThomas Cooper DeLeon 35 1907 151
The Battle of New Market Bruce, Daniel HogeDaniel Hoge Bruce 35 1907 155
Gen. Lee Did Not Offer his Sword to Gen. Grant 35 1907 159
Roll of Co. G, 18th Virginia Cavalry 35 1907 161
The Right of Secession—a Review of Bledsoe's Work Sims, Frederick WilmerFrederick Wilmer Sims 35 1907 166
How Mosquitos Prevented the Capture of Farragut 35 1907 174
Chaplain M. O'Keefe, of Mahone's Brigade—His Noble Career 35 1907 176
Hampton and Reconstruction Wells, Edward LaightEdward Laight Wells 35 1907 183
General Hood's Brigade Henderson, Don E.Don E. Henderson 35 1907 185
Failure to Sell Cotton Bonds in England in 1862 35 1907 201
The Battle of Shiloh Jordan, ThomasThomas Jordan 35 1907 204
Battle of New Market 35 1907 231
The Cruise of the Shenandoah Whittle, William ConwayWilliam Conway Whittle 35 1907 235
The Eleventh Kentucky Cavalry Quisenberry, Anderson ChenaultAnderson Chenault Quisenberry 35 1907 259
Surviving Officers of the C. S. Navy 35 1907 290
Roll of the Warren Blues Funkhouser, Robert DanielRobert Daniel Funkhouser 35 1907 298
Federal Atrocities Young, John PrestonJohn Preston Young 35 1907 304
Roll of Co. E, 19th Virginia Infantry 35 1907 312
Career of Colonel H. K. Burgwyn 35 1907 320
Roll of McNeill's Rangers 35 1907 323
Polignac's Mission to France in 1865 35 1907 326
Roll of Co. A, 7th Virginia Cavalry 35 1907 335
Jackson's Demonstration on Harper's Ferry in 1862 35 1907 341
The 32nd Virginia Infantry at Sharpsburg Parham, John T.John T. Parham 35 1907 349
Roll of Co. G, 24th Virginia Infantry 35 1907 352
The 11th Virginia at the Fight of Five Forks 35 1907 357
Roll of the Hanover Grays 35 1907 363
From Manassas to Frayser's Farm 35 1907 366
The First Confederate Memorial Day 35 1907 369
In Memoriam Maury, Richard LauncelotRichard Launcelot Maury 35 1907 371
Andersonville Prison—A Northern Witness for Captain Wirz 36 1908 1
Two Important Letters by Jefferson Davis Discovered Fleming, Walter LynwoodWalter Lynwood Fleming 36 1908 8
The Last Charge of the 14th Virginia Cavalry at Appomattox Bouldin, Edwin EdmundsEdwin Edmunds Bouldin 36 1908 13
Barksdale's Mississippi Brigade at Fredericksburg Dinkins, JamesJames Dinkins 36 1908 17
Roster of the Alstadt Grays 36 1908 26
The Virginia Convention of 1788 Moore, Josiah StauntonJosiah Staunton Moore 36 1908 28
The Real Jefferson Davis in Private and Public Life DeLeon, Thomas CooperThomas Cooper DeLeon 36 1908 74
History of Chimborazo Hospital, C. S. A. Gildersleeve, John RobinsonJohn Robinson Gildersleeve 36 1908 56
Hunter's Raid 1864 36 1908 95
General Albert Sidney Johnston, A Tributary Epitaph to 36 1908 104
Generals in the Confederate States Army from Virginia Hunter, Robert WatermanRobert Waterman Hunter 36 1908 105
Soldier's Story of the Death of J. E. B. Stuart, at Yellow Tavern, Va Burgess, W. W.W. W. Burgess 36 1908 121
Tribute of Love to her Noble Dead Lassiter, Charles TrotterCharles Trotter Lassiter 36 1908 125
Officers and Soldiers of the War 1814-1815 36 1908 133
Presidency of the Confederacy Offered to A. H. Stephens and Refused 36 1908 141
Roll of the Keysville Guards, C. S. A. Roberts, Benjamin AllenBenjamin Allen Roberts 36 1908 146
The Location of the Battle Abbey Decided 36 1908 156
Description of an Eye Witness of the Bloody Battle of the Crater Featherston, John CharlesJohn Charles Featherston 36 1908 161
Unveiling of the Monument to Humphrey's Division in the National Cemetary at Fredericksburg, Va. 36 1908 174
The Capture of Memphis by Gen. Nathan B. Forrest Dinkins, JamesJames Dinkins 36 1908 180
On Historic Spots 36 1908 197
Confederate Supreme Court 36 1908 209
A Refugee's Story How a Rebel Gave the Yankees the Slip 36 1908 210
Catlett's Station Raid Cooke, James ChurchillJames Churchill Cooke 36 1908 213
Virginia Battlefield Park 36 1908 215
Roster of the Churchville Cavalry of Augusta county, Va. 36 1908 218
Desperate Picket Fight at Fisher's Hill in the Civil War Conn, William AmosWilliam Amos Conn 36 1908 220
The Conrad Boys in the Confederate Service Boyd, E. HolmesE. Holmes Boyd 36 1908 224
Southern Historical Society Papers/Volume 36/Monument to Captain Henry Wirz, Earnest Effort toward, at Richmond, Va Gibbons, J. R.J. R. Gibbons 36 1908 226
List of Officers and Roster of Company E, 19th Virginia Infantry Goss, Lynn L.Lynn L. Goss 36 1908 237
How Col. H. K. Burgywn of North Carolina fell at Gettysburg Olds, Frederick AugustusFrederick Augustus Olds 36 1908 245
The Red Badge Explained Jeffreys, Thomas D.Thomas D. Jeffreys 36 1908 248
Efforts for Reconstruction in April, 1865 36 1908 250
The Last Sad Days Cumming, James D.James D. Cumming 36 1908 261
Jeb. Stuart—How He Played Sheriff Minor, Benjamin BlakeBenjamin Blake Minor 36 1908 267
Escape from Fort Delaware Reid, Warren D.Warren D. Reid 36 1908 271
Cavalry Raids in the War of Secession Hunter, Robert WatermanRobert Waterman Hunter 36 1908 280
What a Federal Soldier Wrote of the Charge of the V. M. I. Cadets at New Market 36 1908 283
Brilliant Eulogy of Gen. Wm. H. Payne Smith, Thomas JudgeThomas Judge Smith 36 1908 285
Address in Acceptance, Remarkable for its Eloquence, Epigram and Sarcasm Robinson, LeighLeigh Robinson 36 1908 293
Monument to Henry W. Wyatt of Albemarle county, Va. 36 1908 354
Company G, 24th Virginia Infantry White, H. G.H. G. White 36 1908 356
List of Members of The Petersburg Grays, afterwards Company B, 12th Virginia Regiment 36 1908 360
Ransom's Brigade Moore, Edwin G.Edwin G. Moore 36 1908 363
Fathers of Confederate Veterans still alive February, 1909 36 1908 368
How "Dixie" Came to be Written Emmett, Daniel DecaturDaniel Decatur Emmett 36 1908 369
Original Parchment of the Provisional Constitution of the Confederate States 36 1908 371
Work of the Ordnance Bureau of the War Department of the Confederate States, 1861-5 Mallet, John WilliamJohn William Mallet 37 1909 1
Stuart's Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign, by Col. John S. Mosby Talcott, Thomas Mann RandolphThomas Mann Randolph Talcott 37 1909 12
Capt. William Henry Murdaugh 37 1909 38
Black Eagle Company—a typical command of Confederate soldiers Wood, Henry EdwardHenry Edward Wood 37 1909 52
Major Andrew Reid Venable, Jr. McCabe, William GordonWilliam Gordon McCabe 37 1909 61
Review of the Gettysburg Campaign by one who participated therein Mclntosh, David GreggDavid Gregg Mclntosh 37 1909 74
General Armistead's Portrait Presented Poindexter, James EdwardJames Edward Poindexter 37 1909 144
The Burning of Chambersburg Slingluff, Fielder CrossFielder Cross Slingluff 37 1909 152
Monuments unveiled at Bloody Angle, May 13, 1909 37 1909 164
Centennial of Grimes' Battery (Portsmouth Artillery) 37 1909 169
Story of the Battle of Five Forks and Other Events of the Appomattox Surrender Stribling, Robert MackeyRobert Mackey Stribling 37 1909 172
Battle of Drewry's Bluff, Many Errors Corrected Sumpter, John U.John U. Sumpter 37 1909 179
Col. James Gregory Hodges Crocker, James FrancisJames Francis Crocker 37 1909 184
War Time Story of Dahlgren's Raid 37 1909 198
Another Story of the Crater battle Etheridge, William HenryWilliam Henry Etheridge 37 1909 203
General Lee's Last Camp Haskins, W. W.W. W. Haskins 37 1909 208
Gen. J. E. B. Stuart in the Gettysburg Campaign McKim, Randolph HarrisonRandolph Harrison McKim 37 1909 210
An Incident of the Battle of Winchester, or Opequon 37 1909 232
Marylanders in the Confederate Army 37 1909 235
The Battle of Bethesda Church Christian, Charles BurksCharles Burks Christian 37 1909 236
Jefferson Davis—A Statement Concerning the Imputed Special Causes of His Long Imprisonment by the Government of the United States, and of his Tardy Release by Due Process of Law Shea, GeorgeGeorge Shea 37 1909 243
How the Confederate Flag Was Devised Cabell, William LewisWilliam Lewis Cabell 37 1909 255
My Personal Experience in Taking Up Arms and in the Battle of Malvern Hill Crocker, James FrancisJames Francis Crocker 37 1909 257
Helped Capture Engine "General" 37 1909 264
The Color Episode of the 149th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, in the First Day's Fight at Gettysburg Bassler, John H.John H. Bassler 37 1909 266
The Story of the Flying Machine of the Confederacy Evans, Thomas R.Thomas R. Evans 37 1909 302
With Forrest in West Tennessee Beard, Dan. W.Dan. W. Beard 37 1909 304
Munford's Marylanders Never Surrendered to Foe Stonebraker, John R.John R. Stonebraker 37 1909 309
Eighth Virginia's Part in Second Manassas 37 1909 313
Who Was the Last Soldier to Leave the Burning City of Richmond, April 3, 1865? 37 1909 317
Further Recollections of Second Cold Harbor Bidgood, Joseph VirginiusJoseph Virginius Bidgood 37 1909 319
The Gallant Defence of Staunton River Bridge Farinholt, Benjamin LyonsBenjamin Lyons Farinholt 37 1909 321
First Day on the Left at Gettysburg Carrington, James McDowellJames McDowell Carrington 37 1909 326
Memorial Sermon in Old St. John's Church, May 9, 1909 Goodwin, Robert ArcherRobert Archer Goodwin 37 1909 338
Joseph Bryan, a Participant in the Most Brilliant Battle Fought by Col. John S. Mosby's Command 37 1909 348
Cloyd's Mountain Broun, Thomas LeeThomas Lee Broun 37 1909 349
Col. Ulric Dahlgren, the Defeated Raider Atkinson, John WilderJohn Wilder Atkinson 37 1909 351
A Good Shot Exploded the Boiler McAlwee, G. W.G. W. McAlwee 37 1909 354
Suffering in Fredericksburg After the Battle Goolrick, Frances Bernard WhiteFrances Bernard White Goolrick 37 1909 355
Treachery of W. H. Seward Brought Fire on Sumter Wise, L. W.L. W. Wise 37 1909 360
Forrest's Men Rank with Bravest of the Brave Baird, Dan W.Dan W. Baird 37 1909 364
Origin of Memorial Day 37 1909 368
Heth Intended to Cover His Error Mosby, John SingletonJohn Singleton Mosby 37 1909 369
John H. Wisdom's Famous Ride in 1865 37 1909 372
Recollections of the Last Months in the Army of Northern Virginia Colston, Frederick MorganFrederick Morgan Colston 3838 1910 1
Roster of the Amelia Troop 3838 1910 16
Centennial of Birth of Admiral Raphael Semmes 3838 1910 22
Restoration of the name of Jefferson Davis to Cabin John Bridge, Washington, D. C. 3838 1910 41
List of General Officers and their staffs in the Confederate Army furnished by Virginia Bidgood, Joseph VirginiusJoseph Virginius Bidgood 3838 1910 156
Stuart in the Gettysburg Campaign Mosby, John SingletonJohn Singleton Mosby 3838 1910 184
Battle Flag of the Third Georgia 3838 1910 210
Meeting of the Confederate Veterans at Memphis, Tenn. Young, Bennett HendersonBennett Henderson Young 3838 1910 217
Virginia Mourning Her Dead Conrad, HolmesHolmes Conrad 3838 1910 221
Lost Chapter in History 3838 1910 241
The Flag of the Confederate States of America 3838 1910 243
Reports of the First, Seventh and Seventeenth Virginia Regiments in 1862 3838 1910 262
Stonewall Jackson, by Lieutenant-Colonel G. T. R. Henderson—A Review Barton, RandolphRandolph Barton 3838 1910 268
Confederate Veterans who fell in battle Re-interred in Maryland Peters, WinfieldWinfield Peters 3838 1910 285
Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers' Home 3838 1910 289
Many Generals of the War 1861-5 still survive 3838 1910 290
United Confederate Veterans, Isaac R. Trimble Camp, Baltimore, Md. 3838 1910 292
Monument to Confederates to be Erected at Point Lookout, Md., by the United States Government 3838 1910 295
Address of Hon. John Lamb at New Market, Va., August 19, 1910 3838 1910 298
A Confederate Woman's Kind Act Crouch, R. G.R. G. Crouch 3838 1910 309
Unwritten History of the Gettysburg Campaign Youngblood, WilliamWilliam Youngblood 3838 1910 312
Baltimore in 1861 3838 1910 319
Fourth Virginia Cavalry 3838 1910 325
Jackson's Valley Campaign, Front Royal and Winchester, 1862 3838 1910 327
Emma Sansom, Heroine Owen, Mary BankheadMary Bankhead Owen 3838 1910 330
Cruise of the Confederate States' Steamer "Nashville" 3838 1910 334
Career of General Joseph E. Johnston, "The Very God of War" Whittle, William ConwayWilliam Conway Whittle 3838 1910 340
Why Jefferson Davis was never tried 3838 1910 347
Inscriptions for Memorial to the Women of the Confederacy Gonzales, William ElliotWilliam Elliot Gonzales 3838 1910 359
Battle of Wilson's Creek, or Oak Hills 3838 1910 363
Lee and Stuart at Harper's Ferry 3838 1910 372
Major John Pelham, Hero Matthews, H. H.H. H. Matthews 3838 1910 379
General Lee to General T. J. Jackson—Night of the Battle of Fredericksburg 3939 1914-04April 1914 1
The House of Broken Swords Woods, William HenryWilliam Henry Woods 3939 1914-04April 1914 2
General Richard S. Ewell—Record in U. S. Army and C. S. Army 3939 1914-04April 1914 4
Letter of General Ewell to General Grant, from Fort Warren, April 16, 1865 3939 1914-04April 1914 4
Letter of Colonel Thomas H. Carter Concerning General R. S. Ewell, April 14, 1890 3939 1914-04April 1914 5
Missionary Ridge Stephenson, Philip DandridgePhilip Dandridge Stephenson 3939 1914-04April 1914 8
Last Gold of the Confederacy Shepherd, LewisLewis Shepherd, William Easton Randolph Byrne & Joseph Mackey Brown 3939 1914-04April 1914 23
Boonsboro Gap, or South Mountain Grattan, George GilmerGeorge Gilmer Grattan 3939 1914-04April 1914 31
Convention between Sherman and Johnston Ewell, Benjamin StoddertBenjamin Stoddert Ewell 3939 1914-04April 1914 45
General Beauregard to General Johnston. Plan of Campaign for 1865 3939 1914-04April 1914 59
Governor Joseph E. Brown to General Joseph E. Johnston, 1865. 3939 1914-04April 1914 60
Dahlgren's Raid James, G. WatsonG. Watson James 3939 1914-04April 1914 63
Genealogy of Jefferson Davis Whitsitt, William HethWilliam Heth Whitsitt 3939 1914-04April 1914 73
Stuart's Ride and Death of Latane Campbell, William JosephWilliam Joseph Campbell 3939 1914-04April 1914 86
Morgan's Men in Ohio Quisenberry, Anderson ChenaultAnderson Chenault Quisenberry 3939 1914-04April 1914 91
Spotsylvania Markers Smith, James PowerJames Power Smith 3939 1914-04April 1914 100
Union Theological Seminary in the Confederate Army 3939 1914-04April 1914 102
Review of General Longstreet's Book Henderson, George Francis RobertGeorge Francis Robert Henderson 3939 1914-04April 1914 104
Defence of Spanish Fort, on Mobile Bay Stephenson, Philip DandridgePhilip Dandridge Stephenson 3939 1914-04April 1914 118
Gen. D. H. Maury's Comment on Dr. Stephenson's Paper Maury, Dabney HerndonDabney Herndon Maury 3939 1914-04April 1914 130
A Bishop's Visitation in the Field of War Johns, JohnJohn Johns 3939 1914-04April 1914 137
Veteran Gunners Fire Old Battery—Inspiring Scene at the Virginia Military Institute 3939 1914-04April 1914 144
General R. H. Anderson, C. S. A. Thurston, Edward N.Edward N. Thurston 3939 1914-04April 1914 146
Review of Charles Francis Adams on the Civil War McIntosh, David GreggDavid Gregg McIntosh 3939 1914-04April 1914 153
Major-General G. W. C. Lee McCabe, William GordonWilliam Gordon McCabe 3939 1914-04April 1914 167
The Jews in the Confederacy Leigh, BlancheBlanche Leigh 3939 1914-04April 1914 177
Stranger Than Fiction—Capture of Steamer Maple Leaf Browne, W. R.W. R. Browne 3939 1914-04April 1914 181
Armistead at Gettysburg Martin, R. W.R. W. Martin 3939 1914-04April 1914 186
The Two Armies Timrod, HenryHenry Timrod 3939 1914-04April 1914 188
Dixie Battery at the Second Battle of Manassas Chapman, William HenryWilliam Henry Chapman 3939 1914-04April 1914 190
General Longstreet's Indorsement 3939 1914-04April 1914 194
Spotsylvania Courthouse on May 18, 1864 Cutshaw, William E.William E. Cutshaw 3939 1914-04April 1914 195
Editorials (vol. 39) Smith, James PowerJames Power Smith 3939 1914-04April 1914 213
Book Reviews (vol. 39) 3939 1914-04April 1914 218
Poem Hope, James BarronJames Barron Hope 4040 1915-09September 1915 1
Living Confederate Principles Everett, Lloyd TlighmanLloyd Tlighman Everett 4040 1915-09September 1915 2
The Campaign of Chancellorsville McIntosh, David GreggDavid Gregg McIntosh 4040 1915-09September 1915 44
The Forged Letter of General Lee Graves, Charles AlfredCharles Alfred Graves 4040 1915-09September 1915 101
Stonewall Jackson Anderson, William AlexanderWilliam Alexander Anderson 4040 1915-09September 1915 149
Stonewall Jackson in Campaign of 1862 Boteler, Alexander RobinsonAlexander Robinson Boteler 4040 1915-09September 1915 162
The Confederate States Navy Yard at Charlotte, N. C., 1862–1865 Alexander, VioletViolet Alexander 4040 1915-09September 1915 184
The Battle of Fredericksburg Scales, Alfred MooreAlfred Moore Scales 4040 1915-09September 1915 193
Second Manassas Garnett, James MercerJames Mercer Garnett 4040 1915-09September 1915 225
The Character and Services of the Confederate Soldier Lamb, JohnJohn Lamb 4040 1915-09September 1915 230
Hon. Judah P. Benjamin Calish, Edward NathanEdward Nathan Calish 4040 1915-09September 1915 240
Hon. Judah P. Benjamin Christian, George LlewellynGeorge Llewellyn Christian 4040 1915-09September 1915 244
Gettysburg McKim, Randolph HarrisonRandolph Harrison McKim 4040 1915-09September 1915 253
The Merrimac and the Monitor Whittle, William ConwayWilliam Conway Whittle 4040 1915-09September 1915 301
Letter of Colonel G. F. R. Henderson, to Captain Fred. Colston 4040 1915-09September 1915 305
The South is American Caldwell, Joshua WilliamJoshua William Caldwell 4040 1915-09September 1915 307
Speech of Judge Reagan 4040 1915-09September 1915 312
Lecky on the South 4040 1915-09September 1915 315
Losses in the War between the States Tibault, C. H.C. H. Tibault 4040 1915-09September 1915 316
Dr. Andrews on General Lee 4040 1915-09September 1915 320
Appendix 4040 1915-09September 1915 322
Books 4040 1915-09September 1915 326