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  • A Bibliography of Civil War Articles, 1960-1961

Civil War—General

ALFORD, NEIL H., JR. "The Influence of the American Civil War upon the Growth of the Law of Descendents' Estates and Trusts." American Journal of Legal History, October, 1960.
BEARRS, EDWIN C. "The Battle of Pea Ridge." Arkansas Historical Quarterly, Spring, 1961.
———. "General Bragg Abandons Kentucky." Register (Kentucky Historical Society), July, 1961.
CATTON, BRUCE. "Lest We Forget." American Heritage, August, 1961.
CLARK, CHARLES B. "Baltimore and the Attack on the Sixth Massachusetts Regiment, April 19, 1861." Maryland Historical Magazine, March, 1961.
CLEBSCH, WILLIAM A. "Christian Interpretations of the Civil War." Church History, June, 1961.
DONALD, DAVID. "An Excess of Democracy: The American Civil War and the Social Process." The Centennial Review, January, 1961.
DURKIN, JOSEPH T. "The Thought That Caused a War: The Compact Theory in the North." Maryland Historical Magazine, March, 1961.
GRANT, U. S., III. "The Centennial of the Civil War." New York History, January, 1961.
HARWELL, RICHARD. "Gone with Miss Ravenel's Courage." Pacific Northwest Library Association Quarterly, January, 1961.
MACLEAN, GUY. "The Georgian Affair: An Incident of the American Civil War." Canadian Historical Review, June, 1961.
MILES, WYNDHAM D. "The Civil War: A Discourse on How the Conflict Was Influenced by Chemistry and Chemists." 2 parts. Chemical and Engineering News, April, 1961.
OATES, STEPHEN B. "Cavalry Fight at Cane Hill." Arkansas Historical Quarterly, Spring, 1961.
RICHARDS, IRA DON. "The Battle of Jenkins' Ferry." Arkansas Historical Quarterly, Spring, 1961.
ROBSON, MAUREEN M. "The Alabama Claims and the Anglo-American Reconciliation, 1865-1871." Canadian Historical Review, March, 1961.
SCARLETT, CHARLES, JR., et al. "Yankee Race Horse: The U.S.S. Constellation." Maryland Historical Magazine, March, 1961.
STEINMETZ, LEE. "Shadows Have Darkly Fallen: The Poetic Aftermath of the American Civil War." The Centennial Review, January, 1961.
TYRRELL, WILLIAM G. (comp.) "Civil War History in Sight and Sound." New York History, April, 1961.
WARD, GORDON W., JR. "The Formation of the Lutheran General Synod, South, during the Civil War." Lutheran Quarterly, May, 1961.
WILEY, BELL IRVIN. "Home Letters of Johnny Reb and Billy Yank." The Centennial Review, January, 1961.
WISE, JOHN S. "Suppose the South Had Won," ed. Helen Everett. Michigan History, June, 1961.
WOOSTER, RALPH A. "The Membership of the Maryland Legislature in 1861." Maryland Historical Magazine, March, 1961.

Confederacy

ALEXANDER, THOMAS B. "Persistent Whiggery in the Confederate South, 1860-1877." Journal of Southern History, August, 1961.
DANIEL, W. HARRISON. "The Christian Association: A Religious Society in the Army of Northern Virginia." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, January, 1961.
HERNDON, G. MELVIN. "The Confederate States Naval Academy." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, July, 1961.
KIMBALL, WILLIAM J. "Richmond Begins the Work of War." Virginia Cavalcade, Spring, 1961.
KORN, BERTRAM. "Jews and Negro Slavery in the Old South, 1789-1865." Publication of the American Jewish Historical Society, March, 1961.
——— (ed.). "The Jews of the Confederacy." American Jewish Archives, April, 1961.
MOORE, JOHN H. "The Jefferson Davis Monument." Virginia Cavalcade, Spring, 1961.
NAPIER, JOHN H., III. "Lower Pearl's Civil War Losses." Journal of Mississippi History, April, 1961.
OATES, STEPHEN B. "Marmaduke's First Missouri Raid." Missouri Historical Society Bulletin, January, 1961.
———. "Shelby's Great Raid, 1863." Missouri Historical Society Bulletin, July, 1961.
ROBERTSON, JAMES I., JR. "Houses of Horror: Danville's Civil War Prisons." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, July, 1961.
STILL, WILLIAM N., JR. "Confederate Naval Strategy: The Ironclad...

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ISSN
1533-6271
Print ISSN
0009-8078
Pages
pp. 438-442
Launched on MUSE
2013-01-02
Open Access
No
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