Tuscaloosa, AL: Confederate Publishing Co. 1956-1965. First edition, each volume 1/450 copies. 8vo. 27 volumes (a complete set), individually described below. Original color-illustrated stiff gray wrappers. Spines faded to varying degree, but very good copies throughout. Original color-illustrated stiff gray wrappers. Item #53298
The studies include: (1) Lost Generation: The Life and Death of James Barrow, C.S.A., by E. Merton Coulter (114 pp.); (2) Swamp Fox of the Confederacy: The Life and Military Services of M. Jeff Thompson, by Jay Monaghan (123 pp.; portrait); (3) Confederate Morale and Church Propaganda, by James W. Silver (120 pp.); (4) Vizetelly Covers the Confederacy, by W. Stanley Hoole (173 pp.; plates, portrait); (5) Confederate Engineers, by James L. Nichols (122 pp.; portrait); (6) A Texas Surgeon in the C.S.A., by John Q. Anderson (123 pp.; letters of Dr. Edward W. Cade from the Trans-Mississippi Department); (7) Rebels in the Making: Planters' Conventions and Southern Propaganda, by Weymouth T. Jordan (135 pp.); (8) The Confederacy and Zeb Vance, by Richard E. Yates (132 pp.; portrait); (9) Seven Months in the Rebel States during the North American War, 1863, by Captain Justus Scheibert (166 pp.; portrait, maps); (10) Howell Cobb's Confederate Career, by Horace Montgomery (144 pp.; portrait); (11) Reconstruction in West Alabama: The Memoirs of John L. Hunnicutt (145 pp.; plate, map; post-war Pickens County); (12) Yankees A'Coming: One Month's Experience During the Invasion of Liberty County, Georgia, 1864-1865, by Mary S. Jones and Mary J. Mallard (102 pp.; portraits, plate, map, facsimile); (13) Lincoln's Plan of Reconstruction, by William B. Hesseltine (154 pp.); (14) "My Ever Dearest Friend": The Letters of A. Dudley Mann to Jefferson Davis, 1869-1889, edited by John Preston Moore (114 pp.); (15) Confederate Exiles in Venezuela, by A.J. Hanna and Kathryn A. Hanna (149 pp.); (16) Alabama Tories: The First Alabama Cavalry, U.S.A., 1862-1865, by Wm. Stanley Hoole (141 pp.); (17) Colin J. McRae: Confederate Financial Agent, by Charles S. Davis (101 pp.; portrait); (18) The Peace Convention of 1861, by Jesse L. Keene (141 pp.); (19) The Confederate Rams at Birkenhead: A Chapter in Anglo-American Relations, by Wilbur D. Jones (124 pp.; plate); (20) Leroy Pope Walker, Confederate Secretary of War, by William C. Harris (141 pp.); (21) A Visit to the Confederate States of America in 1863: Memoir Addressed to His Majesty Napoleon III, by Charles Girard (126 pp.; plates, portrait, map); (22) The Confederate Veteran, by William W. White (128 pp.); (23) The Diplomacy of the
Confederate Cabinet of Richmond and Its Agents Abroad; Being Memorandum Notes Taken in Paris during the Rebellion of the Southern States from 1861 to 1865, by Paul Pequet du Bellet (130 pp.); (24) A Confederate Marine: A Sketch of Henry Lea Graves, with Excerpts from the Graves Family Correspondence, 1861-1865, edited by Richard Harwell (140 pp.; portrait, facsimile); (25) The Private Journal of Georgiana Gholson Walker, 1862-1865, with Selections from the Post-War Years, 1865-1876, edited by Dwight F. Henderson (148 pp.; portrait; Bermuda during the war); (26) Lawley Covers the Confederacy, by Wm. Stanley Hoole (132 pp.; portrait; London Times correspondent); (27) The Cruise of C.S.S. Sumter, by Charles G. Summersell (187 pp.; portrait, plates).