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"K.G.C." (Hiatt, J.M., Dr.) "K.G.C. First, or Military Degree." N.p., n.d. 32mo, 13pp. Copy at TU. (WK 3)  

Kantor, Mackinley "If the South Had Won the Civil War." N.Y., Banton Books (1961) 12mo, 112pp. Fiction. (WK 15)  

Keen, Newton Asbury "Such is War: The Confederate Memoirs of Newton Asbury Keen." In: TMH, Winter 1967. v.6, #4, p. 238-252, pt.2: v.7, #1, p. 44-70; pt.3: v.7, #2, p. 103-119; pt.4: v.7, #3, p. 176-194. (WK 30)  

Keidel, George C. "Jeb Stuart in Maryland, June 1863." In: Md. HM, 1939, v.XXXIV, p. 161-164. Stuart in Md., after Gettysburg, 1863. (WK 35)  

Keith, Katherine Isham "The record of the Black Horse troop." In: Fauquier (Va) Hist. Soc. Bul. 1924, v.IV, p. 435-460. (WK 45)  

Kelln, Albert L. "Confederate Submarines." (Richmond) Va. Mag. Hist. Biob. July 1953, v.61, #3, p. 293-303. (WK 60)  

Kelly, Maud McClure "Gen. John Herbert Kelly, the Boy General of the Confederacy." In: AHQ, 1947, v.9, #1, p. 9-114. (WK 61b)  

Kelly, William Milner "A History of the Thirtieth Alabama Volunteers (Infantry), Confederate States Army." In: AHQ, 1947, v.9, #1, p. 115-167. (WK 62a)  

Kemper, James Lawson, Gov., Va. "Jackson-Hope medals, address to Gov. James L. Kemper of Virginia on the first award of the Jackson-Hope medals. (Lexington) Virginia M.I. Inst. July 3, 1877. 26pp. (WK 68a)  

Kendall, John Smith "Recollections of a Confederate Officer." Louisiana Historical Quarterly, vol. 19-1946, p. 1041-1228. Narrative of John Irwin Kendall, father, with additional material from his assocs. (WK 71)  

Kendall, John Smith, Edt. "Muster Rolls of the Fourth Louisiana Regiment of Volunteers, CSA." New Orleans: LHQ, Apr. 1947, v.30, #2, p. 481-522. (WK 72)  

Kennedy, Mike "Glory days-Local man march off to war." Negro troops. (WK 79a)  

"Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park & the Atlanta Campaign, Georgia." (Wash: US Dept. Of Interior, National Park Service, 1961.) Reprint, 1961. 4to, 4pp. (WK 86)  

Kentucky in the Civil War: "History of the War." Chicago: Amer. Hist. Soc., 1922, v.II, Chap.LX, p. 842-921. (WK 97a)  

Kentucky "Declaration of Independence & Constitution of the Provisional Government of the State of KY, with Message of the Governor." Bowling Green, 1861. 8vo, 16pp. (Sabin-37503) (WK 101)  

Kentucky: Confederate Pensions Dept. "List of Persons Receiving Pensions under Confederate Pensions Act. State of Kentucky. W.J. Stone, Commissioner." Frankfort, Ky., State Journal, 1920? 8vo, 66pp. (WK 103a)  

Kershaw, John, Rev. "Address delivered before the Ladies' Memorial Association & Citizens of Charleston, on Memorial Day, March 10, 1893." Charleston, SC 1893. 8vo, 8pp. On the nature of the Southern Soldier. (WK 124)  

Kimball, William Joseph, Edt. "The Bread Riots in Richmond, 1863." In: CWH, June 1961, v.VII, #2, p. 149-154. (WK 150)  

King, Alexander C. "On Georgia's Influence on the Secession Movement." Savannah, Ga., Morning News print, 1917, 9vo, 66pp. An address in "Proceedings of the 78th Annual Meeting of Georgia Historical Society." (WK 168)  

Kirkpatrick, Arthur Roy, Maj. "Missouri Secessionist Government 1861-5." In: Missouri Historical Review, Jan. 1951, v.XLV, #2, p. 124-137. (WK 204)  

Klement, Frank L. "Clement L. Vallandigham's Exile in the Confederacy, May 25-June 17, 1863." (Houston, Tex.) JSH, May, 1965. v.XXXI, #2, p. 149-163. (WK 222)  

Knauss, William H. "Camp Chase Cemetery." (WK 230a)  

Kondrbt, Nancy, T. "The Romance & Reality of Defeat: Southern Women in 1865." (Jackson, Miss.) Jour. Miss. Hist., May, 1973, v.XXXV, #2, p. 141-152. (WK 248)  

Korn, Bertram Wallace "Jews & Negro Slavery in the Old South 1789-1865." Elkins Park, Pa., 1961. 8vo, 68pp. Delivered as the presidential address at the 59th Annual meeting of Jewish Historical Society, Feb. 18, 1961 & reprinted from Mar. 1961 issue of its quarterly publication. Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, 1961. (WK 249)  

Korn, Bertram Wallace "Jewish Chaplains during the Civil War." In American Jewish Archives, v.I, June 1948. Pp 6-22. (WK 249a)  

Kurtz, Lucy Fitzhugh & Benny Ritter "A Roster of Confederate Soldiers Buried in Stonewall Cemetery, Winchester, Va." (Winchester, Va.) Farmers & Merchants Nat'l. Bank, 1962. 8vo, 70pp. (WK 267)  

Kurtz, Wilbur G. "The Atlanta Raid." (WK 268a)

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