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Early, John Cabell "A Southern boy's experience at Gettysburg." In: Jour. Mil. Ser. Inst., May 1911, v.XLVIII, p. 415-423. Author a nephew of gen. Jubal A. Early. (WE 9)  

Early, Jubal Anderson "Campaigns of Gen. Robert E. Lee. An address before Washington & Lee University. Jan 19, 1872." Balt: J. Murphy & Co., 1872. 1st edition, 47pp (WE 14)  

Early, Jubal Anderson "Jackson's Campaign against Pope in August 1862. An address before 1st annual meeting before the association of Maryland Line, together with proceedings at the 3rd annual banquet of the Society of Army and Navy of Confederate States in the state of Maryland." Cover title: "sold for relief of maimed and needy Confederate soldiers in Maryland.", printed in red, as heading. (C.1883) (Balt. Foley Bros.) 8vo, 52pp. Bound in with: "3rd annual Banquet of the Society Army and Navy of Confederate States, in state of Maryland. Held at Carrollton Hotel, Feb. 22, 1883." (WE 22)  

Early, Jubal Anderson "A Memoir of the Last Year of the War for Independence in the Confederate States of America, containing an account of the operations of his command in the years 1864 & 1865." Lynchburg, Va., Charles W. Button, 1867, 8vo, xii, (13)-135, 2nd edt. (WE 30)  

Early, Jubal Anderson "Proceedings of the third annual meeting of the Survivors Association of the State of South Carolina: and the annual address." Charleston, SC, Walker, Evans & Cogswess, 1872, 8vo, 38pp. Speech delivered Nov. 10, 1871. "Address", same, 24pp. (WE 32)  

Early, Jubal Anderson "The Proceedings of the Southern Historical Convention, which assembled at the Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, Va., on the 14th of August, 1873; and of the Southern Historical Society as reorganized, with the address." Baltimore: Turnbull Bros. (1873) 8vo, 44pp. (WE 33)  

Edge, Frederick Milnes NY, Anson D.F. Randolph, 1864, title. "An Englishman's View of the Battle between the Alabama and the Kearsarge" 8vo, 48pp. Reprinted: NY, W. Abbatt, 1908. 8vo, 36pp. Mag. Hist. Notes and Queries, Ex. #2 (pt. 1) (WE 74a)  

Edge, Frederick Milnes "The Alabama and the Kearsarge." Phil: King & Baird Print, 1868, 8vo, 64pp. (WE 75)  

Edmonds, George (pseud.) Richard "Facts and Falsehoods." See: E.A. Meriweather. (WE 82)  

Edwards, William B. "One-Man Armory: Col. J.H. Burton." (Richmond) Va. Cavl., Autumn, 1962, v.XII, #2, p. 28-33. (WE 104)  

Edwards, William L. "The William L. Edwards Letters, 1862." In: TMH, Spring, 1968, v.7, #1, p. 5-26. (WE 106)  

Edwards, William Walter "Stuart rides again." In: Cav. Jour., Jan. 1930, v.XXXVIII, p. 34-58. Acct. Raids by Gen. Jeb Stuart in 1862. (WE 108)  

Edwards, William Walter "Shiloh" (WE 108a)  

Eggleston, Edmund T. "Excerpts form the Civil War Diary of E. T. Eggleston." In: Tenn. HQ, Dec. 1958, v.XVII, p. 336-358. Records of Sgt. Eggleston, of 1st Miss. Regt. Artillery, Feb. 7-Dec. 1864, Ala., Ga., Tenn. & Miss. (WE 112)  

Elliott, Stephen, Bishop of Georgia "In Memoriam. Gen. Stephen Elliott." (Columbia, SC, Julian A. Selby, 1866) 8vo, 29pp. South Carolina House of Representatives. Text in mourning borders. Also in: Southern Mag., 1870, v.6, p. 211-221. (WE 166)  

Emancipation, Federal (WE 198a)  

Emanuel, Solomon "An historical sketch of the Georgetown Rifle Guards and as Co.A of the Tenth Regiment, SC Volunteers, in the Army of the Confederate States, delivered at the dedication of the Company's armory, Georgetown, SC, Nov. 17, 1909." N.p., n.d., 8vo, 32pp. (WE 199)  

Englehardt, H.T. "A Note on the Death of John Bell Hood." In: SWHQ, July 1953, v.57, p. 91-93. Uncertain cause, probably yellow fever. Also offprint, 3pp. (WE 213)  

Ennis, Riley F. "General Sherman on supply Versus Mobility." (WE 216a)  

Ernul, J. B. "Life of a Confederate Soldier in a Federal Prison." Vanceboro, NC, n,d. 16mo, 15pp. (WE 224)  

Errickson, C. Stoctly, Edt. "Life of Gen. Robert Edmund Lee, together with numerous anecdotes incidental to his career as a citizen and soldier." Phila: Barclay & Co.(c.1870) 8vo, 44pp. (WE 225)  

Eskew, Garnett Laidlaw "They Called Him "Town Burner": the story of the Confederate Gen. McCausland." In: Wva Rev., Nov. 1938, v.16, p. 40-43, 61-63. (WE 239)  

Evans, Clarence "Memoirs, Letters, and Diary Entries of German Settlers in Northwest Arkansas, 1853-1863. In: AHQ, 1947, v.VI, p. 225-249. (WE 250)  

Evans, Clement Anselm, Edt. "Contributions of the South to the greatness of the American Union." An address delivered before the Association of Army of Northern Virginia, Oct. 10, 1895, Richmond, Virginia, with the proceedings of the Association on the occasion." In: SHSP, 1895, v.XXIII, p. 1-24. Also: 24pp., Richmond, Va., Wm. Ellis Jones Print. (WE 252a)  

Evans, W.A. "100 questions and answers about Beauvoir House." (WE 263a)  

Evans, W.A.  “Jefferson Davis, His Diseases and his Doctors, and a biographical sketch of Dr. Ewing Fox Howard.” Reprint: from The Mississippi Doctor, June 1942, 13pp. (WE 262).

Eve, F. Edgeworth, Capt. "Address of Confederate Survivors' association, 17th Annual Meeting. Historian's Report by Charles E. Jones, with Gen. M.C. Butler's Narrative." Augusta, Ga., Chronicle Print, 1895, 8vo, 33. See also under "Confed. Surv. Ass'n. (WE 264a)  

Everett, Lloyd Tilghman "Living Confederate Principals a heritage for all time. An address delivered at the reception by the camp to the Confederate Veterans of Washington, DC and vicinity, Feb. 10, 1914; as revised and published in #40, Southern Historical Society Papers." Ballton, Va., Yexid Pub. Co., 1921. 8vo, 44pp. (WE 274)  

Everhart, William C. "Vicksburg National Military Park, Mississippi." Wash: Nat'l. Park Ser. Hist. Handbook Ser., #21, 1954, (reprint 1961) 8vo, 60pp. (WE 278)  

Ewell, Benjamin Stoddert "Remarks of Benjamin S. Ewell, pre. Of College of William & Mary in Virginia delivered Apr. 1, 1874." 16pp. (WE 286a)

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