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Cabell, Sears Wilson "The 'Bulldog' Longstreet at Gettysburg & Chickamauga in the light of the official records." Richmond, VA Times Dispatch, August 7, 1938. Atlanta, GA: Ruralist Press, 1938. 8vo, 16pp. (WC 8)  

Cairnes, John Elliott "England Neutrality: The American Contest." London: Emancipation Society. (WC 26a)  

Calhoun, John C. "The prospect before us, Mr. Calhoun's resolutions." (WC 36a)  

Callahan, James Morton "Diplomatic Relations of the Confederate States with England (1861-1865)." Washington, DC, Amer. Hist. Ass'n., 1899. 8vo, 18pp. (WC 44)  

Callahan, James Morton "The Confederate Diplomatic Archives- the Pickett Papers." In: So. Atl. Quart., Jan. 1903, v.2, p. 1-9. (WC 45)  

Campbell, Bernard T. "Shiloh National Military Park." In: Tenn. HQ, 1962, v. XXI, p. 3-18, also in "Landmarks of Tenn." p. 301-316. (WC 80)  

Campbell, Given "Memorandum of a journal kept daily during the last march of Jefferson Davis, Apr. 15- May 10, 1865." (WC 80a)  

Campbell, John "Letter of John Campbell, Unionist." In: AHQ, 1970, v. XXIX, p. 176-182. (WC 89a)  

Campbell, John Archibald "Reminiscences & Documents relating to the Civil War during the year 1865." Baltimore: J. Murphy & Co., 1887. 8vo, 69pp. (WC 95)  

Capers, Ellison, Brig-Gen. "The Twenty-Fourth South Carolina at the Battle of Jonesboro, official report of Colonel Ellison Capers." In: SHSP, 1883, v. XI, p. 481-484. See: Jno. W. DuBose. (WC 142)  

Cappleman, Josie Frazee, Mrs. "Importance of the local history of the Civil War." In: v.III, 1900, Publications Mississippi State Hist. Society. (WC 159)  

Caprano, Matthew A. "Rockingham County, Virginia during the Am. Civil War, 1861-1865. A travel guide. (WC 169a)  

Carlisle, James Mandeville "A tribute to the memory of General Lee, being one of several addresses at the memorial meeting held in Washington, Friday Oct. 14, 1870." Carlisle American (Newspaper). (WC 179a)  

Carolina Rifle Club, The June 12, 1875. Presentation of the Battle Flag of the Tenth Regiment, S.C.V., Confederate States Army, July 12, 1875. 8vo, 23pp. (WC 193)  

Carpenter, Kinchen Jahu "War Diary of Kinchen Jahu Carpenter Company I, Fiftieth North Carolina Regiment War Between the States, 1861-1865." (Rutherfordton, N.C., April 5, 1955) 8vo, 17pp. (WC 197)  

Carrigan, Jo Ann "Yankees versus Yellow Jack in New Orleans, 1862-1866." In: CWH, Sept. 1963, v. IX, #3, p. 248-260. (WC 211)  

Castel, Albert "Fort Sumter-1861" In: CWTI-Entire Issue, Oct. 1976, #6, v.17, p. 50. (WC 280)  

Castel, Albert "Quantrill's Bushwhackers: a Case Study in Partisan Warfare." In: CWH, Mar. 1967, v.XIII, #1, p. 40-50. (WC 285)  

Castel, Albert "The Fort Pillow Massacre: A Fresh Examination of the Evidence." In: CWH, Mar. 1958, v.IV, #1, p. 37-50. (WC 292)  

Catalogue of the Confederate Relic Room, Columbia, South Carolina. n.p., n.d. (C.1900) 8vo, 32pp. (WC 302a)  

Catalogue of uniforms. (WC 304a)  

Catton, Bruce "A Bibliography of the American Civil War." New York & Pennsylvania Co., 1962. 4to, 18pp. (WC 319a)  

Catton, Bruce "A Southern Artist (Volck) on the Civil War." In: Amer. Hert., Oct. 1958, IX, p. 117-120. (WC 322)  

Caunter, J.E. "Jackson's operations in the Shenandoah Valley, May 1-June 10, 1862." Yorktown survey [England] 1904. 22p. (WC 325a)  

Cave, Robert Catlett "Dedication to Confederate Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument." (WC 341a)  

Cavett, E.D. "A Ring Tournament in 1864. A Letter from a Mississippian in the Army of Northern Virginia." Jackson, Miss., Jour. of Miss. Hist., Oct. 1941, v.III, #4, p. 289-296. (WC 347)  

Ceremonies "Attending the dedication of the Virginia Memorial on the battlefield of Gettysburg, Friday, June 8th, 1977." (Richmond, Va., E. Waddey Co., 1917) 8vo, 48pp. (WC 358)  

Certificates, etc. (WC 365a)  

Chadwick, W.D., Mrs. "Civil War Days in Huntsville (Ala.) as taken from the Diary Mrs. Chadwick, which appeared in irregular editions of the "Huntsville Times", 3rd edition." Heading: "The Huntsville Times-North Alabama's Leading Newspaper." 193? (WC 370)  

Chaille, Stanford Emerson, Dr. "The yellow fever sanitary condition and vital statistics of New Orleans during its military occupation, 1862-1865. New Orleans 1870. 36pp. (WC 372a)  

Chamberlayne, Edwin H. "Record of the Richmond City & Henrico County, Va., Confederate States Army (series #1-10) (WC 384)  

Chambersburg Franklin Co. Pa. Destroyed by the Rebels under McCausland, July 30, 1864. (WC 388aa)  

Chaplin, Jane Dunbar, Mrs. "Conrad Wise Chapman: the artist's early years." In: Museum of the Confederacy Newsletter. Spring & Summer, 1982. (WC 407a)  

Chase, Enoch Aquila "The history of Arlington: Where America's Sons of rzler Sleep. Wash., DC, 1929. 32pp. (WC 411a)  

Chase, Phillip H. "The mysterious chemicograph backs of Confederate Currency (1863-1864)." In: Numismatist, Mar. 1950, v.63, p. 123-129. (WC 413)  

Chase, P.H. "Paper Money of the Confederacy: new findings of counterfeit & bogus Confederate Treasury Notes." In: Numismatist, Oct. 1951, v.64: 1080-1092. (WC 416)  

Cheavens, Henry Martyn "Journal of the Civil War in Missouri, 1861." Columbia, Mo., Mo. Hist. Review, Oct. 1961, v.LVI-#1, p. 12-25. (WC 430)  

Chesterman, William D. "Guide to Richmond & the Battlefields." Richmond, Va., James E. Goode, 1881. 16mo, 72pp. (WC 452)  

Chesterman, William D. Do: 1884 & 1894, "Guide to Richmond & the Battlefields." 1890, p.77. (WC 452a)  

Chickamauga & Chattanooge National Military Park. (WC 464a)  

Childe, Edward Lee "Le General Lee; sa vie it ses campagnes, par Edward Lee Childe." Paris: Hachette et cie, 1874. 12mo, iii, 382pp. (WC 468)  

Chisolm, John Julian, M.D. "Dr. Chisolm's Inhaler: A rare Confederate Medical Invention." (WC 483a)  

Chittum, Charles H. "The Story of finding the coffin which Gen. Robert E. Lee was afterward buried." Lexington, Va., n.p., n.d. (1932?) (WC 484a)  

Christian, George L., Hon. "Abraham Lincoln, an address delivered at Richmond, Va., Oct. 29, 1909. 8vo, 36pp., Lee Camp, #1, UCV. 1986. (WC 492)  

Christian, George Llewellyn "Abraham Lincoln. An address delivered before the R.E. Lee Camp, #1, Confederate Veterans, at Richmond, Va., Oct. 29, 1909." Richmond: W.E. Jones, 1909. (WC 493)  

Christian, George Llewellyn "The Confederate Cause & its defenders." Address at the Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans of Virginia Annual meet at Culpepper Courthouse, Oct. 4, 1898. Reprint. Southern Historical Society Papers, XXVI. Richmond: Wm. Ellis Jones, 1898. p. 323-347, 8vo, 27pp. (WC 498)  

Christian, George Llewellyn "Official report of the history committee of the Grand Camp, C.V., department of Virginia, Oct. 11, 1900. n.p., 8vo, 19pp. In: SHSP, 1900, v. XXVIII, p. 169-198. (WC 503)  

Christian, George Llewellyn "Official report of the history committee of Grand Camp, C.V., department of Virginia read at Petersburg, Va., Oct. 25, 1901. Richmond: O.E. Flanhart(1901), 8vo, 32pp. In: SHSP, 1901, v. XXIX, p. 99-131. (WC 504)  

Christian, George Llewellyn "Report of the U.C.V. history commission regarding the causes & conduct of the war." n.p., n.d., 8vo, 16pp. (WC 504a)  

Christian, George Llewellyn "Official report of the history committee of Grand Camp, C.V., department of Virginia. Read at Wytheville, Va., Oct. 23, 1902, On the treatment & exchange of prisoners." (Pulaski, Va., B.D. Smith, 1902) 8vo, 29pp. (WC 505)  

Christian, George Llewellyn "Sketch of the origin & erection of a Confederate Memorial Institute at Richmond." Richmond, Va., n.p., n.d. ?1920. 2nd edt. 8vo, 32pp. See also: Hunter H. McGuire. (WC 507)  

Civil War, The A Pictorial Guide to the Virginia Peninsula." 1961. 8vo, 32pp. (WC 526a)  

Civil War Action in Rockinham County, Virginia 1861-1865. Including the engagements of Harrisonburg, Cross Keys, Port Republic, Bridgewater, Mt. Crawford, Lacey Springs, Brock's Gap." Harrisonburg, Va., Rockingham-Harrisonburg Civil War Centennial Comm. 1961. 8vo, 12pp. (WC 528)  

Clark, Charles Branch "Politics in Maryland during the Civil War." In: MdHM, Sept. 1941. v.XXXVI, #3, Sept. 1941. p. 239-262. (WC 574a)  

Clark, Charles Branch "Baltimore and the attack on the 6th Massachusetts Regiment, Apr. 19, 1861." In: MdHM, Mar. 1961. V. 56, #1, p. 39-71. (WC 574b)  

Clark, Walter, Chief Justice "Memorial Address upon the life of Gen. James Green Martin, delivered at Raleigh, N.C." 1916. 8vo, 21pp., Dornbusch-3004. (WC 600)  

Clayton, Alexander M. "Letter of Judge Alexander M. Clayton, relative to Confederate courts in Mississippi." In: JSH, 1940, v.VI, p. 392-401. Letter, Sept. 5, 1864, details of functions of CSA courts in Mississippi. (WC 645)  

Cleland, Robert Glass "Jefferson Davis & the Confederate Congress." In: QTSHA, Jan. 1916, v.XIX, #3, p. 213-231. (WC 659)  

Cliford, Roy A. "The Indian Regiments in the Battle of Pea Ridge." (Okla. City) Chron. Okla., Winter, 1947, v. XXV, #4, p. 314-322. (WC 681)  

Clubbs, Occie "Stephen Russell Mallory, United States Senator from Florida & Confederate Secretary of the Navy." In: FHQ, Jan. 1947, v. XXV, #3, p. 221-245; pt.2: Apr. 1947, #4, p. 295-318; pt.3: July 1947, v. XXVI, #1, p. 56-76. (WC 694)  

Cobb, Andrew J., Judge "The Constitution of the Confederate States; its influence on the Union it sought to dissolve." In: Ga. H.Q., June 1921, v.V, #2, p. 7-15. (WC 696)  

Cobb, Howell "Howell Cobb Papers." In: Ga. H.Q., Mar-June-Sept-Dec., 1921. v.V, p. 50-61; 29-52; 35-55; 43-64; 1922, Mar-June-Sept-Dec., v. VI, p. 35-84; 147-173; 233-264; 355-394. Private & public papers, state, national political affairs. (WC 697)  

Cody, Barnett Hardeman "Letters of Barnett Hardeman Cody & others, 1861-1864." In: Ga.H.Q., Sept. 1939, v.XXIII, #3, p.265-299, Dec. 1939, #4, p. 362-380. (WC 736)  

Cochran, William C.  “The Dream of a Northwestern Confederacy.”  State Hist. Society of Wisconsin, Separate No. 175, [1916] pp.213-253.  (WC716)

Colston, Raleigh Edward, Gen. "General Raleigh E. Colston, C.S.A.-Army, a tribute to the memory of the Gallant & Accomplished Soldier." In: SHSP, 1897, v.XXV, p. 346-351. (WC 823)  

Colver, J. Newton "Lee the American. An address Jan. 19, 1924." N.p., n.d., 8vo, 16pp. (WC 835)  

Cometi, Elizabeth "Excerpts from Swann's "Prison Life at Fort Delaware"." In: WV Hist., v.II, Jan. 1941, p. 120-141. (WC 837a)  

"Company F, Second S.C. Rifles." Anderson, S.C. Anderson Intelligence. (WC 846a)  

Confederacy- Sem. Centennial of the formation of the Confederacy-(Program of events Commentary) (WC 867a)  

Confederate Calendar, 1981. (WC 882a)  

Confederate Currency "Valuable information concerning the Notes issued. The Best Collection. (State of North Carolina). Includes all rare specimens, where & how printing was done." In: SHSP, 1903, v.XXXI, p. 145-151. (WC 891a) (WC 891b) (WC 891c)  

Confederate Currency "Examples of Confederate Currency, issued by the Confederate States of America." Cover title: "Album for Reproductions of Confederate Currency. A Collection of copies of Confederate Currency issued by the Confederate States of America." (WC 892)  

Confederate Dead: Report of the re-burial of the Confederate Dead in Arlington Cemetery and attention called to the care required for the Graves of Confederate soldiers who died in Federal Prisons and military hospitals now buried in Northern States. Wash., DC, 1901. (WC 896a)  

Confederate Flag "Confederate Flags." Richmond, Va: Confederate Museum. (Whittet & Shepperson, n.d.) 12mo, 16pp. (WC 906a)  

Confederate Flag "Confederate Flags Adopted by the Confederate Congress." Nashville: Foster & Webb Print, n.d. Oct. 1894, X, v. 2. (WC 907)  

Confederate Generals "Confederate Generals. Most of them passed their closing years in poverty. Twenty-five unpensioned heroes who suffered the stings & arrows of outrageous fortune." From the "Brooklyn Eagle". In: SHSP, 1894, v.XXII, p. 65-66. (WC 919a)  

"Confederate Government, The" In: CV, Mar. 1919, List executive officers & congressmen of CS. Tenn. Hist. Mag. (WC 920a)  

Confederate Gray Book "Confederate Gray Book, 1909. Lafayette McLaws Camp, #596. United Confederate Veterans." Savannah, Ga., M.S. & D.A. Byck co., (1909) 8vo, 22pp. (WC 923d)  

Confederate Gray Book "Confederate Gray Book, Dick Dowling Camp, #197. United Confederate Veterans." Houston, TX. (WC 923e)  

"Confederate Home Messenger." V.1-4, Oct. 1907-Dec., 1911. (V.1, #1, title: "The Confederate Messenger.") Pewee Valley, Ky., 1907; Louisville, Ky., 1909-1911. 4vols in 1. Monthly. 4to. (WC 928)  

"Confederate Medicine 1861-1865." Richmond Academy of Medicine, Medical Society of Va., Virginia Civil War Comm., 1961. 4to, 56pp. (WC 941)  

"Confederate Memorial Literary Society Charter." 1922 & 1928 yearbook. (WC 960a)  

Confederate Museum "The South's Museum. The Davis Mansion formally thrown open for the reception of relics/The Battle Abbey of the Confederate States. Oration of General Bradley T. Johnson, etc." In: SHSP, 1895, v.XXIII, p. 354-381. (WC 967)  

"Confederate Navy; the first submarine boats; sinking of "Housatonic" by one; sad fate of the former's crew; reminiscences of a Confederate Naval Officer." N.p.,n.d., 4to, 2p. (WC 970)  

"Confederate Note, A" (A CSA note, i.e.,with poem on the back, the authorship is still in doubt. In the Smithsonian Institute, Wash., DC. See also under Confederate: "Bill", "Memorial", "Souvenir". (WC 972)  

Confederate Notes & Bonds: John W. Hazelton, Wm. West Bradbeer, Hank Bieciuk (Texas)-Corbin, C.J. Affleck-Douglas, Robert Werlich, Grover C. Criswell. (WC 973)  

"Confederate Portrait Album of the Civil war, 1861-1865." Louisville, Ky., American Chicle Co., n.d.(c.1900) 8vo, 12pp. (WC 985)  

Confederate soldiers' home of Missouri "Fifteenth Biennial Report of the Board of Trustees of the Confederate at Higginsville, 1925-26." 39pp. (WC 1011a)  

"Confederate stamp alliance." Membership List as of Jan. 1, 1950. (WC 1019a)  

"Confederate States Naval Academy" (WC 1030a)  

Confederate Survivors Association; See: Col. C.C. Jones, F. Edgeworth Eve. (WC 1043)  

Confederate Veterans-Richmond, Virginia "R. E. Lee Camp, Charter, by-laws, rules of order & list of officers & members." Richmond, Va., Baughman Stationary Co., 1900. 12mo,48pp. "Memorial Services, Lee camp hall," Jan. 8, 1909. "The deceased of 1908." n.p., 4p. "Roster of officer & members." Richmond, Va., Jan. 1, 1919. 12mo, 8p. (WC 1063a)  

Confederate Veterans-Savannah, Georgia "Confederate Veterans Association of Savannah, Georgia. Addresses delivered before the Confederate Veterans Association of Savannah, Ga. To which is added the President's Annual Report pub. By the Association." 1893-1902, 8vo, 5vols., DeRenne(908)III. (WC 1064)  

Connor, Robert Diggs Wimberly, comp. "Addresses at the unveiling of the memorial to the North Carolina women of the Confederacy presented to the stated by the late Ashley Horne." Raleigh: Edwards & Broughton Print, 1914. (Publication of the NC Hist. Comm. Bul-16) 8vo,26pp. (WC 1101)  

Connor, Robert Diggs Wimberly, comp. "Memorial Day: an interpretation (to the soldier of the Confederacy from Wilson County, NC) An address before the John W. Dunham Chap. U.D.C., May 11, 1909." Raleigh: Edwards & Broughton, 1909. 8vo, 22pp. (WC 1103)  

Conrad, August "The Destruction of Columbia, SC. A translation from the German by Wm. H. Pleasants of 19th-22nd Chapters of "Lights & Shadows in America Life During the War of Secession." 1879. Roanoke, Va., Stone Printing, 1902. 8vo, 31pp. (WC 1106)  

"Contributions to a history of the Richmond Howitzer Battalion." Pamphlet, #1-4. 1883-1886. 8vo, 84,(85)-304; 64, 64pp. (WC 1132)  

Cook, Giles B. "Confederate Leaders & other citizens requests the House of Delegates to Repeal the Resolution of Respect to Abraham Lincoln, the Barbarian." N.p.,(c.1928). 8vo, 16pp. (WC 1148)  

Cook, Roy Bird "The battle of Carnifex Ferry, an address at Carnifax battlefield, Kesler Cross Lanes, WV, before 5000 people assembled at commemorate the 70th anniversary of battle, Sept. 10, 1931." N.p., 1931, 8vo, 8pp. Dorn-2337 (Wc 1168) e

Cooke, John Esten "The Life of Stonewall Jackson, from official papers, contemporary narratives & personal acquaintance, by a Virginian. Richmond: Ayres & Wade, 1863. 12mo, xi, (13)-305. (WC 1180a)  

Cooke, Samuel Alonza "The Civil War Memoirs of Samuel Alonza Cooke." In: SwHQ, Apr. 1971, v.LXXIV, #4, p. 535-548. (WC 1195)  

Cooling, Benjamin Franklin "Virginians at Fort Donelson, Feb. 1862." (London) Jour. Hist. Confed. Soc., Winter 1966, v.4, #4, p. 142-163. (WC 1203) (WC 1203a)  

Cooper, James Litton "The Civil War Diary of James (Captain) Litton Cooper, Sept. 30, 1861-Jan. 1865." In: Tenn. HQ, June, 1956, v.XV, p. 141-173. (WC 1212)  

Cooper, Samuel, General "Confederate Losses during the War. Correspondence between Dr. Joseph Jones & General Samuel Cooper." In: SHSP, 1879, v. VII, p. 287-290. (WC 1217a)  

Copeland, James E. "Where were the Kentucky Unionist & Secessionists?" In: RKHS, Oct. 1973, v.71, #4, p. 344-363. (WC 1230)  

Corn, James Franklin "Jim Witherspoon: A Soldier of the South, 1862-1865." (Cleveland, Tenn., 1962) 8vo, 5p, 36pp. (WC 1260)

"Correspondence relating to fortification of Morris Island & operations of engineers." (Charleston, SC? 1864) 8vo, 44pp. Crandall-1334. (WC 1271)  

Coulter, Ellis Merton "The Flags of the Confederacy." Savannah, Ga., 1953. 8vo, 12pp. Reprint: Ga. Review, v.6, p. 39-49. (WC 1299)  

Coulter, Ellis Merton "The Nullification Movement in Georgia." In: GaHQ, Mar. 1921, v.V, p. 3-39. (WC 1304)

Coulter, Ellis Merton.  “Planter’s Wants in the Days of the Confederacy.”  In: Ga. H. Q., March, 1928.  15pp. (WC1306)

Couper, William, Col. "Battle of New Market, May 15, 1939-The 75th Anniversary , Virginia Military Institute Centennial year, 1839-1939." N.p. (Lexington, Va.) (1939) 8vo, 28pp. (WC 1314)  

Couper, William, Col. "War & Work with some account of the coming to Lexington of Generals Lee & Jackson." Address delivered before the Rockbridge County (Va.) Historical Society, Apr. 22, 1940. N.p., n.d., 8vo, 12pp. (WC 1319)  

Courtenay, William Ashmead "Tribute to the Memory of Charles Colcock Jones, commander of the 3rd South Carolina Cavalry." N.p.,n.d., (c.1900) 12mo, 13pp. (WC 1327)  

Courtney, Patrick C. "The Seven Days Battles around Richmond: an address given before members of the Confederate Research Club, Jan. 30, 1960." (London, 1960?) Title head: "Civil War Round Table of London, England." 4to, 15pp. (WC 1330)  

Cox, William Ruffin "Address on the life & service of Gen. Marcus J. Wright, Feb.26, 1915." (Richmond, Va., 1915) 8vo, 2pp. (WC 1362)  

Cozart, A.W. "Memorial address delivered Apr. 26, 1927, of the Columbus, Ga. Bar at Opelika, Ala." n.p., 8vo, 11pp. Cover title(Confederate Generals) 2nd edt. (WC 1372)  

"Craig's share in the War Between the States, 1861-1865. Craig Chapter #121, United Daughters of the Confederacy." Roanoke, Va., n.d., 8vo, 26pp. (WC 1375)  

Craig, J.M. "The diary of Surgeon Craig, fourth Louisiana Regiment, CSA, 1864-1865." In: LaHQ, Jan. 1925, v.VIII, p. 53-70. (WC 1379)  

Craven, Wayne "The sculptures at Gettysburg." (WC 1404a)  

Crenshaw, Ollinger "Knights of the Golden Circle; Career of George Bickley." In: Amer. Hist. Rev., Oct. 1941, v. XLVII, p. 23-50. (WC 1423)  

Crimmins, M. L., Col. "General Albert Sidney Johnston in Texas." (WC 1436a)  

Crist, Robert Grant "Confederate invasion of the West Shore, of the Susquehanna, in 1863. A paper presented before the Cumberland County Historical Society & Hamilton Library Ass'n., on Mar. 23, 1962." Lemoyne, Pa., 1963. 8vo, 44pp. (WC 1444)  

Cross, Fred W., Edt. "William & Mary College as a hospital in 1862." In: Wm. & Mary Quart., 2nd ser. 1939, v.XIX, p. 181-186. Letters: Dr. Alfred Hitchcock to Surg-Gen. of USArmy, May 20, 1862; and Dr. S. Cabot to J.A. Andrew, Gov.Mass., May 22, 1862, reporting on medical care of the wounded at W & M. (WC 1476)  

Cross, Henry Martyn "A Yankee Soldier Looks at the Negro." In: CWH, June 1961, v.VII, #2, p. 133-148. (WC 1477)  

Crownover, Sims "Battle of Franklin." (Nashville: Tenn. Hist. Quart., 1955) v.XIV, #4, Dec. 1955, p. 291-322. Reprint: Sales donated to Carter House Ass'n., of Franklin, Tenn. 8vo, 3pp. (WC 1497)  

Cubage, Annie Rosser "Engagement at Cabin Creek, Indian Territory, July 1 & 2, 1863." Oklahoma City: Chron. Of Okla., Mar. 1932, v.X, #1, p. 44-51. (WC 1517)  

Cullen, E.J. "Under five flags: The history of the fortifications at Mobile Bay." In: The Coast Artillery Journal, v. 59, #3, Sept. 1923. p. 223-232. (WC 1530a)  

Cullen, Joseph P. "Richmond National Battlefield Park, Virginia." Wash: National Park Ser. Hist. Handbook, #33, 1961. 8vo, 46pp. (WC 1536)  

Cullop, Charles P. "Edwin De Leon, Jefferson Davis' Propagandist." In: CWH, Dec. 1962, v.VIII, #4, p. 386-400. (WC 1542)  

Cumberland, Charles C. "The Confederate Loss & Recapture of Galveston, 1862-1863." In: SwHQ, Oct. 1947, v.LI, #2, p. 109-130. (WC 1548)  

Cummings, Charles Martin "Forgotten man at Fort Donelson: Bushrod Rust Johnson." In: THQ, 1968, v.27, p. 380-397. (WC 1560)  

Cummins, A.B. "The Wilson-Kautz Raid, More Commonly referred, The Battle of the Grove, June 21, July 1, 1864." (Blackstone, Va., Notoway Pub. Co., July 1961) 8vo, 39pp. (WC 1566)  

Cunningham, Frank Harrison "Edmund Burke Haywood & Raleigh's Confederate Hospitals." (Raleigh) NCHrev., Apr. 1958., v.XXXV, #2, p. 153-166. (WC 1577)  

Cunningham, Sumner Archibald "Memorials-Col. Richard Owen the good Samaritan of Camp Morton-Sam Davis the Boy Hero of Tennessee." Nashville: Confederate Veteran, (c.1912) 12mo, 1pp. (WC 1584)  

Cunningham, Sumner Archibald "Reminiscences of the 41st Tennessee Regiment." Of Company B. 1st pub. In the "Shelbyville (Va.) Commercial", n.p., n.d.(c.1870) 8vo, 57pp. See: W.J. Davidson. (WC 1585)  

Curry, J.L.M. "Confederate States and their Constitution." Extract, pp. 399-403. (WC 1598f)  

Curry, J.L.M. "The struggle of the Confederacy." (WC 1598a)  

Curry, J.L.M. "Address of Hon. Delivered before the Association of Confederate Veterans." Richmond, Va., July 1, 1896. 31pp. (WC 1598b)  

Curry, Roy Watson "The Newspaper Press and the Civil War in WV." In: WV Hist., Apr. 1945. P. 225-264. (WC 1598c)  

Curry, Roy Watson "Jame A. Seddon, A southern prototype." In: Virginia May, Apr. 1955. V.63. (WC 1598d)  

Cussons, John "A Glance at Current American History." By An Ex-Confederate. 8vo,32pp. Glen Allen, Va., 1897. (WC 1612)  

Cussons, John "Jack Sterry, the Jessie Scout, an incident of the second battle of Manassas, on which turned the course of the campaign & the fate of the Southern army. From the notebook of a Confederate Soldier." Richmond, Va., Whittet & Shepperson, 1908. 8vo, 23pp. (WC 1614)  

Cussons, John "United States History as the Yankee makes & takes it, by a Confederate soldier." May, 1900. 12mo, 99pp, Swem-1263. (WC 1615)  

Cutshaw, Wilfred E., Col. "The Battle Near Spotsylvania Courhouse on May 18, 1864. An address delivered before R.E. Lee Camp #1, C.V., on the night of Jan. 20, 1905." Confederate Veterans. (Richmond, Va., Wm. Ellis Jones) (1905) 8vo, 17pp. Reprint: (Rich., So. Hist. Soc. Papers) 1914, v. XXXIX, p. 195-212. (WC 1618)

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