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Haardt, Sara "Southern Credo." In: American Mercury, May 1930. P. 102-110. (WH 1a)

Haden, Charles J. "The Confederate Soldier an address, Jan. 19, 1905, at Atlanta, Ga." (Atlanta, Ga.) 1905, 8vo, 46pp. (WH 13)

Hagan, John W. "The Confederate Letters of John W. Hagan." Athens: University of Georgia press, 1954, 12mo, 55p. Served: GA. 29th Inf. (WH 19)

Hale, Laura Virginia "Memorials in Marble. The Story of the Four Confederate Monuments at Front Royal, Va." (Front Royal, Va., Warren Press)(1956) 4to 32pp. (WH 53)

Hall, Courtney Robert "The Confederate Medical Department, its influence upon war operations." In: Army Ordnance, 1936, v.XVII, p. 33-35. (WH 64)

Hall, Elizabeth Calvet "Bowling Green & the Civil War, written in 1894," In: FCHQ, Oct. 1937, v.11, #4, p. 241-251. (WH 65)

Hall, H.B. "Members of the Confederate Cabinet." Portraits (WH 72a)

Hall, Martin Hardwick "The Formation of Sibley's Brigade and the March to New Mexico." In: So. West. Hist. Quart., 1957/1958, p. 383-405. (WH 82)

Hall, Martin Hardwick "The Skirmish at Picacho." In: Civ. War. Hist., 1958, v.IV, p. 27-36. See: Simeon Hart. (WH 85)

Halley, Robert Ambrose "A Rebel Newspaper War Story; Being a Narrative of the war history of the Memphis Appeal." Nashville, 1903. Amer. Hist. Mag. & Tenn. Hist. Quart., v.8, #2, April, 8vo, 31pp. See also as co-author with William Robertson Garrett "Civil War", etc. (WH 109)

Hallman, Henderson, Hon. "Give us Back the Constitution of our Fathers. Address to the UCV, the Sons of Confederate Veterans & the Confederate Southern Memorial Ass'n. Delivered before the joint assembly of these bodies held in Memphis, June 3, 1924." N.p., 8vo, 18pp. Printed, distributed by SCV reproduced from Manufacturers Record. (WH 110)

Halsey, Ashley, Jr "Who fired the first shot? And other untold stories of the Civil War." In: Sat. Evening Post. (WH 116a)

Halsey, Don P., Capt, CSA "Robert Edward Lee. The speech of Hon. Don P. Halsey, on the Bill to provide a statue of Robert Edward Lee to be placed in Statutory hall in the capitol at Washington, Delivered in the Senate of Virginia, Feb. 6, 1903." In: SHSP, 1903. v. XXXI, p. 81-99. (WH 120)

Halsey, Don P., Capt., CSA "A sketch of the life of Capt. Don P. Halsey of the Confederate States Army, patriot, scholar & counselor at law." Richmond, VA, W. Ellis Jones pr., 1904. 8vo, 17pp. Reprint: SHSP, 1904, v.XXXI, p. 193-207. (WH 121)

Hamilton, Joseph Gedoire de Roulhac "Lamar of Mississippi." In: Virginia quart. Review. V.8, #1, Jan. 1932. p. 77-89. (WH 150a)

Hamilton, Joseph Gedoire de Roulhac "State Courts & the Confederate Constitution." Reprint: Journal of Southern History, v. IV-#4, Nov. 1938. 8vo, p. (425)- 48. (WH 152)

Hamilton, Peter Joseph "Lee & the Confederacy." In: So. Hist. Ass'n., Sept. 1900, v.IV, #5, p. 317-334. (WH 157)

Hamilton, W.F. "Military Annals of Carroll County. Sketches of the companies that were organized in Carroll County for service in the Confederate Armies from, 1861-1865." Carrollton(Miss.) Conservative Print., 1906, 12mo., 76pp. (WH 161)

Hammers, Clyde C. "The Pea Ridge Battle/A Keetsville Skirmish and Blockade Hollow." Pub. On Occasion of 100th anniv. Battle of Pea Ridge, Mar. 7-8, 1962. Kansas City, Mo., Westport Printing Co.(1962) 8vo, 25pp. (WH 166)

Hampton Roads Conference See: Jefferson Davis, John Goode, Robert M.T. Hunter, Bradley T. Johnson, John H. Reagan. (WH 174)

Hampton, Wade "Echos from Hampton Day." Charleston, SC. 1895. (WH 180a)

Hampton, Wade "Address on the Life & Character of Gen. Robert E. Lee, Oct. 12, 1871, before Society of Confederate Soldiers & Sailors in Maryland." 8vo, 54pp. (WH 182)

Hampton, Wade "To his excellency, Andrew Johnson, President of the United States. Letter from a distinguished Southern General...The Freedman's Bureau & Negro Garrisons." (Southern Printing, 186?) Broadside folio(Heartman, cat. #120) portrait. (WH 201a)

Hankins, Samuel W. "Simple Story of a Soldier." Nashville, Tenn: Confed. Veteran, (1912) Arkansas History Comm. 12mo., 63pp. (WH 223)

Hanks, Carlos C. "The last Confederate Raider." In: US Naval Inst. Procd., LXVII (1941) p. 21-24. (WH 225)

Hanks, Carlos C. "The Confederacy's only Foreign War." In: US Naval Inst. Procd., ibid, p. 534-538. (WH 226)

Hanna, Kathryn Abbey "Incidents of the Confederate Blockade." (Baton Rouge, La.) JSH, May 1945, v.XI, #2, p. 214-229. (WH 239)

Hanson, Joseph Mills "John Pelham", In: Field Artly. Journ. 1932, v.XXII, p. 161-177. (WH 254)

Hanson, Joseph Mills "Thomas Lafayette Rodder." In: Cavalry Journal, XLIII, #182, 1934, p. 21-29. Biog. Study Gen. Rosser (1836-1910) with emphasis on activities in CS army. (WH 258)

Happel, Ralph "Appomattox Court House National Historic Park, Virginia." (Wash: US Dept. Of Interior, National Park Service, 1961) Reprint, 1961, 4to, 1pp. (WH 260)

Harby, Lee C. "Our Grand U.C.V. Poetry." (WH 264a)

Harcourt, William George Granville Venable V., Sir "American Neutrality: by Historicus, pseud. NY, 1865. Reprinted from the London Times of Dec. 22, 1864." 8vo, 11pp. Defends British neutrality. (WH 280)

Harding, Samuel Bannister, Prof. "Missouri Party Struggles in the Civil War Period." In: AHA, Annual report for 1900, v.1, p. 85-103. (WH 312)

Harleston, John "Battery Wagner on Morris Island." In: SCHM Jan. 1956, v.57, #1. p. 1-13. Recoll. By a private in Charleston Light Dragoons. (WH 327)

Harmon, George D. "Military Experiences of James A. Peifer, 1861-1865." In: NCHR, July 1955, v.32, p. 385-409; Oct., p. 544-572. (WH 337)

Harper's Ferry "Harper's Ferry National Monument, WV." Wash. US Dept. Of the Inferior. Nat. Park Service. (WH 347a)

Harrington, George "Finances of the War, 1861-1865. From the fourth coming work entitled Personal Recollections and official experiences." Portland. Stephen Berry. 1892. (WH 359a)

Harris, Helena J., Mrs. "Southern Sketches. Cecil Gray; or, The soldier's Revenge. Rosa Sherwood; of, the Avenger." New Orleans, La., Crescent Job Print, 1866, 8vo, 20pp. Deeply southern in tone, time of civil war. (WH 370)

Harrison, Lowell H. "The Diary of an 'Average' Confederate Soldier." In: THQ, 1970, v.29, p. 256-271. (WH 426)

Harrison, Lowell H. "Should I Surrender? A Civil War Incident." In: FCHQ, Oct. 1966, v.40, #4, p.297-306. (WH 436)

Harrison, Lowell H. "A Fighting confederate Chaplain Spy." (Richmond) Va. Cavl., Spring 1963. v.XII, #4, p. 18-22. (WH 438)

Hart, William Octave "A Boy's Recollection of the War." (Oxford, Miss., Pub. Miss. Hist. Soc. 1912) v.XII, p. 148-154. (WH 453)

Harwell, Richard Barksdale "A Military Tourist; Colonel Fremantle and his Confederate Travels." Chicago. Abraham Lincoln Books, 195, 8vo, 13pp. Reprinted from Emory University Quarterly, v.X, #1, Mar.1954. Titled: "Col. Fremantle and his Confederate Travels." "Atlanta Publications of the Civil War." In: At. Hist. Soc. Bul., July 1941, v.6, #25. 36pp. (WH 468)

Harwell, Richard B. "A check list of an exhibition of John Brown, 1800-1859." (WH 471a)

Harwell, Richard Barksdale "The Big Book-Fifty years with 'Gone With the Wind'." (WH 485a)

Harwell, Richard Barksdale "John Esten Cooke." (WH 486a)

Haseltine, John W. "Descriptive Catalogue of Confederate Notes & Bonds, for sale." Philadelphia, Pa., Bavis & Pennypacker, 1876, 8vo, 36pp. (WH 496)

Hawes, Harry B. "Address. General Robert E. Lee and Stratford Hall." Washington DC. Reprint from the Congressional Record. Jan. 29, 1930. 9pp. (WH 547a)

Hay, Thomas Robson "The Campaign and Battle of Chicamauga." In: Ga. Hist. Quart. v.VII, #3, Sept. 1923. Pp213-250. (WH 555a)

Hay, Thomas Robson "Braxton Bragg & the Southern confederacy." As contained in Savannah: Ga. Hist. Quart., Dec. 1925, v.9, #4, 44pp, p. 267-316. (WH 559)

Hay, Thomas Robson "Joseph Emerson Brown, Governor of Georgia, 1857-1865." In: Ga. Hist. Quart., June 1929, v.XIII, p. 89-109. (WH 567)

Heartman, Charles F. "What Constitutes a Confederate Imprint? Preliminary Suggestions for Bibliographers & Catalogers." Hattiesburg, Miss., The Book Farm, Jan., 1939. 8vo, 8pp. (WH 631)

Heck, Frank H. "John C. Breckinridge in the Crisis of 1860-1861." (Lexington, Ky.) JSH, Aug. 1955, v.XXI, #3, p. 316-346. (WH 643)

Heite, Edward F. "Captain Robert B. Pegram: Hero Under four Flags." (Richmond) Va. Cavl., Autumn 1965, v.XV, #2, p. 38-43. (WH 651)

Hemming, Charles C. "A Confederate Odyssey (Jacksonville reference) In: Amer. Heritage, Dec. 1984, v.36, p. 60-85. (WH 660)

Henderson, Daniel Sullivan "Aftermath of the Confederacy & duty of the South. An address delivered at Greenwood, SC, at the reunion of Confederate veterans of South Carolina, July 23, 1919." N.p. (1919) 12mo, 11pp/Thurnbull-V, 182 (WH 667)

Henderson, Henry Ebenezer "Yankee in Gray, the Civil War Memoirs of Henry E. Henderson, with a selection of his wartime letters. A biographical introduction by Clyde Lottridge Crummer." (Cleveland) Western Reserve Univ. (1962) 8vo, 132pp. (WH 687a)

Hennings, James W. "Basil Wilson Duke, 1838-1916, one of the founders of the Filson Club." In: FCHQ, Apr. 1940, v.14, #2, pp. 59-64. (WH 703)

Hensel, William Uhler "Robert E. Lee, as a Citizen, soldier & statesman." Lancaster, Pa., New Era Print, 1909, 8vo, 44pp. (WH 714)

Herbert, Arthur "An address delivered on the 50th Anniversary of the occupation of Alexandria by the Federal troops, May 24, 1861." (Washington, DC/1911?) 8vo, 12pp. (WH 718)

Herndon, George Melvin "The Confederate States Naval Academy." In: VMHB, July 1961, v.69, #3, p. 300-323. (WH 732)

Heth, Henry "The Memoirs of Henry Heth." In: Civil War Hist. 1962, v.VIII, p. 1-24, 300-326. (WH 766)

Hewett, John Hill "King Linkum, the First, A Musical Burletta as performed at the Concert Hall, Augusta, Ga., Feb.23, 1863." Emory University sources & reprints, ser.IV, #1. (Atlanta, Ga.) Emory University, 1947. 8vo, 32pp. (WH 769)

Hewitt, J.E. "Battle of Mansfield, Mansfield, La. Fought Apr. 8, 1864." Pub. On 61st Anniv. Of Battle & Unveiling of Monuments to Gen. Taylor & Polignac. (Logansport, La., Interstate Progress) 1949. 8vo, 20pp. (WH 772)

Higginbotham, Don "A Raider Refuels: Diplomatic Repercussions." In: CWH, June 1958, v.IV, #2, pp. 129-141. CSN-"Florida" refuels in Barbados & embroils Britain. (WH 790)

Highsmith, William E. "Louisiana land-holding during war & Reconstruction (1860-1880)." In: LHQ, Jan. 1955, v.38, #1, p. 39-54. (WH 796)

Hill, Ambrose Powell, Gen. "Souvenir Hill Monument Unveiling May 30, 1892." (Richmond, Va., 1892?) 8vo, 41pp. Contains sketch of Gen. A.P. Hill's Life. See also Geo. S. Bernard. (WH 799)

Hill, Ambrose Powell (Portrait) (WH 801a)

Hill, Ambrose Powell, Gen. "Sketch of Gen. A.P. Hill." In: Land we Love, 1867, v.II, p. 287-289. (WH 804)

Hill, Daniel H. (Portrait) (WH 824a)

Hill, Daniel Harvey "The Confederate Soldier in the Ranks. An Address at Richmond, Va. Oct. 22, 1885." Richmond, Va., Wm. Ellis Jones, 1885. 8vo, 28pp. (WH 836)

Hill, Daniel Harvey "The real Stonewall Jackson." In: Century Mag., 1893/1894, v.XLVII, p. 623-628. (Hill, a brother-in-law of Jackson) (WH 847)

Hill, E.W. "The Atlanta Campaign." (WH 850a)

Hill, James D. "The Burning of Columbia reconsidered." So. Atlan. Quart., v.XXV (1926), p. 269-282. (WH 857)

Hill, James D. "Charles W. Read, Confederate von Lucknen." In: So. Atl. Quart., Oct. 1929, v.XXXVIII, p. 390-405. (WH 858)

Hill, Louise Biles "Governor Brown & the Confederacy." (Nashville) 1958, summary of thesis (PhD) Vanderbilt University, 1936. 8vo, 54pp. Private Edition, dist. Joint University libraries, Nashville, Tenn. Reprinted: from Ga. Hist. Quart., Sept.-Dec., 1937, v.XXI, #3 & 4. Pp. 239-264; 345-372. (WH 867)

Hill, Louise Biles "State Socialism in the Confederate States of America." Charlottesville, Va., Historical pub., 1936 8vo, 31pp. Southern Sketches, #9, 1st ser., Brief study of CSA to control commerce between CSA & Europe, 1864-5. (WH 868)

Hines, Thomas H. "Thrilling Narrative of the Escape of Gen. John H. Morgan from te Ohio Penitentiary." Intro: glimpse of the interior arrangement of the prison." (Century Mag., Jan. 1891) (WH 893)

Hochmuth, C. Arthur "A Yankee Invasion Thwarted." In: Mont. MWH, v.XII, p. 34-37. Apr. 1962 In Texas. (WH 936)

Hoge, Moses Drury, Rev. "Inauguration of the Jackson Statue. Introductory Address of Gov. Kemper & Oration by Rev. Moses D. Hoge, D.D. on Tues. Oct. 26, 1876," Richmond: Wm. Ellis Jones, 1885. 8vo, 30pp. (WH 964)

Holden, John A. "Journey of a Confederate Mother." In: WTHSP 1965, v.19, p. 36-57. (WH 989)

Holifield, M.B. "The Secession of Southern States did not constitute a rebellion of an insurrection against the United States because they legally exercised their reserve powers." In: FCHQ, July 1954, v.28, #3, p. 215-232. By the Asst. Atty-Gen. Of Kentucky. (WH 993)

Holifield, M.B. "Secession, a right reserved by the states (1787-1868)." In: Ky. State bar jour., Sept. 1954, v.18, p. 160-173. Also: Ala. Lawyer. Jan, 1955, v.16, p. 76-99. (WH 994)

Holliday, F.W.M., Col. "In Memoriam General Robert E. lee, Ceremonies at Winchester, Va., Jan. 19, 1871. Oration. Poem by Daniel B. Lucas, Esq." Winchester, Va., Times Office, 1871. 8vo, 60pp. (WH 1000)

Hollyday, Henry "Running the Blockade: Henry Hollyday joins the Confederacy." In: Md. Hist. Mag. 1946, v.XLI, p. 1-10. (WH 1007)

Hollywood Memorial Association "Second annual Religious Service." St. Pauls Church, Sunday evening, May 29, 1892. (WH 1011a)

Holman, W.J., Jr. "War experience of a Confederate Officer." In: THQ, 1951, v.10, p. 149-160. See: Sam L. Clark, Jr. (WH 1013)

Holmes, Jack David Lazarus "Forrest's 1864 raid on Memphis." In: Tenn. HQ, Dec. 1959, v.XVIII, p. 295-321. (WH 1020)

Holt, Thad, Jr., Edt. "Miss Waring's Journal: 1863 & 1865. Being the Diary of Miss Mary Waring of Mobile, during the final days of the War Between the States." Chicago: The Wyvern Press of S.F.E., Inc., Mobile Alabama, Graphics, Inc. (1964) 8vo, 17pp. (WH 1034)

Hood, John Bell "Proceedings of the Annual meeting of the survivors Association of the State of south Carolina, & oration of Jno. B. Hood." Charleston: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1873. Address Dec. 12, 1872. 8vo, 19p. (McKissick-1205) (WH 1056)

Hood, John Bell "A Short History of John B. Hood." Park Place, NY, Knapp & co, 1888. 16pp signature.(packed in Duke's cigarettes) See: "Heroes of the C.W.", & W. Duke co. (Portrait) (WH 1057a)

Hopkins, Luther Wesley "From Bull Run to Appomattox; a boy's view." Baltimore: Fleet-McGinley co. (1908) 12mo (WH 1085)

Horn, Stanley Fitzgerald "Nashville During the War." In: Tenn. HQ, 1945, v.IV, p. 3-22. Reprinted in "Tenn. Old & New." II, p. 223-241. (WH 1100)

Hoslett, Schuyler "The Richmond daily press on British intervention in the civil war." In: Wm. & Mary Quart., 2nd ser., 1940, v.XX, p. 79-83. (WH 1116)

Hosmer, George W. "The battle of Gettysburg." (Reprint, Sunday World) NY Press pub. Co. NY world 1913. 24pp. (WH 1116a)

Hotchkiss, Jedediah "The Battlefields of Virginia. Chancellorsville; embracing the operations of the Army of Northern Virginia, from the first Battle of Fredericksburg to the death of Lieut.. General Jackson." NY, D. Van Nostrand; London: Trubner & co., 1867. 8vo, 152pp. (WH 1119a)

Hotze, Henry "Three Months in the Confederate Army, printed in facsimile from the London Index, 1862. Intro. & notes by Richard Barksdale Harwell." University: Univ. Ala. Press 1952. 8vo, 38pp. (WH 1123)

Hotze, Henry "The creed of a propagandist; letter from a Confederate editor." In: Journalism Quart. Spring, 1951, v.28, p. 213-218. Notes to John George Witt, London: 11th aug., 1864 on "The Index" (WH 1124)

Howard, Charles Wallace, Rev. "The Women of the late war. An address delivered in Hibernian Hall, Charleston, SC, Feb. 11, 1874, in behalf of the Confederate Home, Charleston." Charleston, SC, A.J. Burke, 1875. 8vo, 17pp. (WH 1175)

Howard, Wiley C. of Company C. "Sketch of Cobb Legion Cavalry & some incidents & scenes remembered." Prepared & read under appointment of Atlanta camp 159, UCV, Aug. 19, 1901." (Atlanta, 1901) 8vo, 20pp. Facsimile reprint, n.p., n.d., 8vo, 22pp. Atlanta(recent reprint) (WH 1191)

Howe, J.L. "George Washington Custis Lee." In: Virginia Mag. Of Hist. p.315-327. Oct. 1940. (WH 1193a)

Hoyne, Corporal "The Soldier Magician." (WH 1205a)

Hubbell, Raynor "Confederate Stamps, Old Letters & History. A story of three score years & ten of stamp collecting. What it has done for me & what it could do for you whatever may be your age." Griffen, Ga.: Confederate Hdq. (C. 1958), 4to, 22pp. (WH 1217)

Huber, Leonard Victor "The Battle of the Handkerchiefs." In: CWH, Mar. 1962, v.VIII, #1, p.48-53. (WH 1219)

Hughes, Nicholas Collin "Hendersonville in Civil War Times 1860-1865 written in the memory of a very small child." Hendersonville, NC, Blue Ridge Specialty Print, 1936. 8vo, 30pp. (WH 1260)

Hughes, Robert Morton "Civil War" &/or "War Between the States." In: Wm. & Mary Quart., 1935, v.XV, p. 40-44, 2nd series. (WH 1261)

Hughes, Thomas. "A Boy's Experience in the Civil War, 1860-1865." n.p., 1904. 55pp. ( WH 1266)

Hunley, Horace "The Hunley: the famous confederate submarine." (WH 1295a)

Hunter, Robert Mercer Taliaferro "Speech on the resolution proposing to retrocede the forts, dockyards, etc. to the States applying for the some. Delivered n the Senate of the United States, Jan. 11, 1861." Washington: Lemuel Towers, 1861. 8vo, 16pp. (WH 1328)

Hunter, Robert P. "Address on the Life and Character of Gen. Robert E. Lee at the Joint-celebration by the Daughters of the Confederacy and Veterans. Jan. 19, 1907." (WH 1328a)

Hunter, Robert W., Maj. "Tribute to Col. Cutshaw." (WH 1332a)

Hunter, William Sovereignty: Allegiance and secession; an essay on the Constitution and government of the United States." Memphis, Tenn. Demars, 1868. 43pp. (WH 1333a)

Hurst, M.B. "History of the fourteenth Regiment Alabama Volunteers with a list of the names of every an that ever belonged to the regiment, by M.B. Hurst, Chief Lusician. 14th Regiment Alabama Volunteers." University, Ala., Confederate Pub. Co., 1982. Confederate Regimental Series #1, 8vo, 42pp. (WH 1342)

Huse, Caleb "The supplies of the Confederate Army how they were obtained in Europe & how paid for. Personal reminiscences & unpublished history." 8vo, 36pp., Boston: T.R.Marvin & son, 1904. See also: Saml. B. Thompson. (WH 1345)

Hynds, John Arthur "Address delivered before Atlanta Camp #159 U.C.V. and the Atlanta Chapter U.D.C. June 3, 1904 In the Hall of the House of Representatives. Atlanta, Ga., on the Life and Character of Jefferson Davis." Atlanta, 1904. 20pp. (WH 1362)
 

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