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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
BARKER, E. C. The Life of Andrew Jackson, by John Spencer
Bassett, XVI, 102-104. "To Markie," the Letters of Robert
E. Lee to Martha Custis Williams, edited by Avery Craven,
XXXVII, 231-232. Union and Democracy [The Riverside
History of the United States, II, by W. E. Dodd, editor], by
Allen Johnson. Expansion and Conflict [The Riverside His-
tory of the United States, III, W. E. Dodd, editor] by W. E.
Dodd, XIX, 314-315.
BIESELE, R. L. Edmund Rufin, Southerner: A Study in Seces-
sion, by Avery Craven, XXXVI, 241-243. From Frontier to
Plantation in Tennessee, by Thomas Perkins Abernethy,
XXXVI, 240-241. Little Aleck: A Life of Alexander H.
Stephens: The Fighting Vice-President of the Confederacy,
by E. Ramsey Richardson, XXXVII, 154-155. The South
as a Conscious Minority, 1789-1861, by Jesse T. Carpenter,
FLEMING, WALTER L. Reconstruction in Texas, by Chas. W.
Ramsdell, XIV, 74-76.
FULMORE, Z. T. Sketch of History. The First Texas Regiment,
Hood's Brigade, A. N. Va., by Geo. T. Todd, XII, 312-313.
MOORE, S. H. Studies in Southern History and Politics, by former
pupils of William Archibald Dunning, XIX, 207-209.
RAMSDELL, CHAs. W. Augustus Baldwin Longstreet, A Study of
the Development of Culture in the South, by John Donald
Wade, XXIX, 243-244. John Brown, Soldier of Fortune:
A Critique, by Hill Publes Wilson, XVII, 318-320. Chronicles
of Cape Fear River, 1660-1916, by James Sprunt, XXI, 424-
425. Conscription and Conflict in the Confederacy, by Albert
Burton Moore, XXIX, 240-243. The Education of the Negro
Prior to 1861, by Carter Godwin Woodson, XIX, 440-441.
History of Reconstruction in Louisiana (through 1868),
by John Rose Ficklin, XIV, 76-78. Hood's Texas Brigade,
Its Marches, Battles, and Achievements, by J. B. Polley, XV,
91-92. John Slidell, by Louis Martin Sears, XXX, 156-157.
Journal of the Secession Convention of Texas, 1861, edited
by E. W. Winkler, XVI, 430-431. Lieutenant General Jubal
Anderson Early, Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of
the War between the States, with notes, by R. H. Early,
XVII, 95-96. The Life of Robert Toombs, by Ulrich Bonnell
Phillips, XVII, 428-429. The Life of Thaddeus Stephens,
by James Albert Woodburn, XVII, 93-95. Memoirs, with
Special Reference to Secession and the Civil War, by John H.
Reagan, edited by Walter Flavius McCaleb, XI, 73-75. My
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