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MacBride, Dorothy "Lieutenant Jefferson Davis." In: Palimpsest, Oct. 1923, v.IV, p. 346-360. (WM 3)  

MacGowen, Alice 1858-1947 "The sword in the mountains." NY Grossett & Dunlop, 1910. (WM 21b)  

Mackey, T.J. "Gen. Robert E. Lee." In: Peterson Mag., v.VI, June 1896. (WM 35a)  

Maffitt, John Newland, Jr. "Life & Services of Raphael Semmes." In: South Atlantic, Wilmington, NC, Nov./Dec., 1877. (WM 50a)  

Malone, Bartlett Yancey "The Diary of Bartlett Yancey Malone." Chapel Hill, NC, James Sprunt Hist. Pub., of North Carolina Hist. Soc., 1919, v.16, pp.3-59. Served in 6th NC & ANV. (WM 99)  

Manakee, Harold Randall "Omenhausser's Confederate Prisoners of War Sketch." In: Md.HR., June 1958, v.53, p. 177-179. Confederate prison life at Point Lookout, one of 46 water colors made in 1865 by John T. [sic. Jacob] Omenhausser, a prisoner. (WM 122)  

"Manassas Battlefield, The Confederate Park (Inc.)-Prince William Co., Va. Near Manassas, Warrenton, Fairfax County Court-house & about 35 miles from Leesburg. Mt. Vernon, Washington City & Arlington. The South's Proposed memorial to Volunteers & in the Interest of American History." Washington, DC, revised edt. (1921), 8vo, 20pp. (WM132 ) and (WM 132a) 15pp.  

Mangum, Adolphus Williamson "Salisbury (NC) Confederate Prison." In: Pub. So. Hist. Ass'n., v.III, 1899. p. 307-336. (WM 143)  

Manouvrier, J. & Co. "Map of the Present Seat of war in Missouri New Orleans, La., J. Manouvier (1861?) (WM 161)  

Map of the Confederacy "The United States of North America." Federal area in red; Border States orange, Confederate States, in green. London: Weekly Dispatch, 1863. Issued as supplements, two issues of a Sunday newspaper. The "Dispatch Atlas" (Phillips 839), made up of similar sheets, contained only the normal 4-sheet map of the US. Litho: E. Weller. (WM 170a)  

"Map of Gettysburg, Antietam Area". (WM 172b)  

"Marking the Graves of the Soldiers of the Confederate Army & Navy: Report from the Committee on Military Affairs." 57th Congress, 2nd Session, House Report-#3389. 8vo, 25pp. Washington, 1903. Report #2589, p.17. (WM 197)  

Marmion, Annie P. (WM 200a)  

Marmont, Auguste Frederic Louis Viesse De, Duc De Raguse "The spirit of military institutions...a new version of Gen. Jomini's 35th chap. Treatise on grand military operations, by Frank Schaller, Col. 22nd Reg. Miss. Infantry, CSA." Columbia, SC, Evans & Cogswell, 1864, 12mo, pub. Presentation copy to R.E. Lee, with special bookplate. (WM 202)  

Marmont, Auguste Frederic Louis Viesse De, Duc De Raguse "Louis Viesse de...duc de Raguse. "The Spirit of Military Institutions, Translated from the last Paris edition (1859) & augmented by biographical, historical, topographical, & military notes; with a new version of Gen. Jomini's celebrated 35th chap., part 1, of Treatise on grand military operations. By Frank Schaller, Col. 22nd Reg. Miss. Inf., CSArmy." (Albert Sid. Johnston life, 237-259) Columbia, SC, Evans & Cogswell, 1864. 16mo, 278pp. (WM 203)  

Marschall, Nicola "Alabama Legislature declares Nicola Marschall designer first Confederate Flag, Stars & Bars, supported by affidavits of Marschall's contemporaries & others, including "The True Story of the First Confederate Flag", by Mrs. Chappell Cory. Publications historical & Patriotic Series, #12. 8vo, 71pp. See also: Egar Erskine Hume. See: Virginia Clare's Life of Rutherford. (WM 206)  

Marshall, Charles "Address of...(formerly private secretary & ADC to Gen. Robert E. Lee of Baltimore), before the Virginia division of the Army of Northern Virginia at their annual meeting, held at the capitol at Richmond, Va., Oct. 29, 1874, Richmond, Va., Gary's print, 1875, 8vo, 23pp. "Strategic Value Richmond". (WM 211)  

Marshall, Charles "The Last Days of Lee's Army." In: Cent., 1901-1902, v.63, p. 935-945. (WM 214)  

Marshall, H. Snowden "Address delivered at the opening of the building of the Confederate Memorial Institute of Richmond, May 3, 1921." Richmond, 1921 (Dietz Pr.) 2nd. 1925, 8vo, 16pp. On origins of the war between the states. (WM 226)  

Martel, Glenn G. "The Escape of Capt. Joe & Lt. Dock Daniel." In: AHQ, 1947, v.VI, p. 302-343. (WM 237)  

Martin, John Henry "Address of Maj-Gen. J.H. Martin at the reunion of the Georgia Div. UCV at Columbus, GA, Oct. 19, 1910." Atlanta: Charles P. Boyd, 1911, 8vo, 30pp. (WM 249a)  

Maryland Civil War Centennial Commission "Maryland Remembers; A guide to historic places & people of the Civil War in Maryland." Hagerstown, Md. 1961. 65pp. (WM 272a)  

Mason & Slidell Affair. "Correspondence Respecting the Seizure of Messrs. Mason, Sliddel, McFarland, and Eustis, from on Board the Royal Mail-Packet 'Trent' by the Commander of the United States Ship of War 'San Jacinto.'" London, England, 1862 (WM 293a)  

Mason, James Monroe "An account of some of the activities of Confederate forces in and around Huntsville, Alabama." (WM 307a)  

Massey, Mary Elizabeth "The Effect of Shortages on the Confederate Homefront." In: AHQ, 1950, v.IX, pp. 172-193. (WM 321)  

Matthews, Sidney T. "Control of the Baltimore Press during the Civil War." In: MdHM, June 1941, v.XXXVI, 21pp. (WM 342)  

Maurice, Frederick Barton, Maj-Gen. Sir "Soldiers & Statesmen in the Civil War." In: Atlantic, July-Aug., 1926, v.CXXXVIII, p. 52-61, 224-236. Prs. Davis & J.E. Johnston, Lincoln & Grant. (WM 346)  

Maury, Matthew-Fontaine "Appreciation of M.F. Maury (by A.B. Chandler, Jr.); 'Maury & the Conf. Navy' (by E. Lee Trinkle) In: State Normal School for Women, Fredericksburg, Va., 1923, Bul., v.VIII, #5, Jan. 192?, pp. 23, 8vo. (WM 350)  

Maury, Richard L., Col. "A Brief Sketch of the Work of Matthew Fontaine Maury during the War 1861-1865. By his son Richard L. Maury, Richmond." Richmond, Va., Whittet & Shepperson, 1915, 12mo, 36pp. (WM 351a)  

Maury, Richard L., Col. "The Battle of Williamsburg & the Charge of the 24th Virginia of Early's Brigade by Col. Richard L. Maury." (Quote) Richmond, Va., Johns & Goolsby, 1880, 8vo. (WM 351b)  

Maynard, Dougles H. "Union Efforts to Prevent the Escape of the 'Alabama'." Cedar Rapids, Ia., MVHR, June 1954, v.XLI, #1, pp. 41-60. (WM 364c)  

Mayo, Lida "John Yates Beall: The Southern John Brown." Richmond, Va., Cavl., Spring 1965, v.XIV, #4, pp. 4-9. (WM 365b)  

Mcallister, James Gray "Sketch of Captain Thompson Mcallister, Co. A, 27th Virginia Regiment. For private distribution." Petersburg, Va., Fenn & Owen print, 1896. 8vo, 39pp. (WM 366c)  

Mcallister, W.E., Maj. "Confederate Veterans Annual Yearbook 1861-1927. Some photographs of the few remaining survivors ("The Thin Gray Line.")." n.p., (c.1927) 8vo, 52pp. History, poetry, etc. (WM 367)  

McBride, Robert M. "The 'Confederate Sins' of Major Cheairs." In: Tenn. HQ, 1964, v.XXIII, p. 121-135. (WM 367g)  

McCabe, William Gordon "A brief sketch of Andrew Reid Venable, Jr., formerly A.A. & Inspector General Cavalry corps, ANV." Richmond: Wm. Ellis Jones print, 1909. 8vo, 15pp. Reprint from SHSP, 1909, vXXXVII, p. 61-73. (WM 369a)  

McCabe, William Gordon "The John R. Thompson memorial." (WM 374a)  

McCain, William D. "Nathan Bedford Forrest: An evaluation." (Jackson, Miss.) Jour. Miss. Hist. Oct., 1962, v.XXIV, #4, p. 203-225. (WM 379)  

McClatchey, Minerva Leah Rowles "A Georgia Woman's Civil War Diary: the Journal of Minerva Leah Rowles McClatchey, 1864-1865." In: Ga. HQ., June 1967, v.LI, #2, p. 197-216. (WM 406)  

McClellan, Henry Brainerd "Address of Major H.B. McClellan, of Lexington, Ky., on the Life, Campaigns & Character of Gen. J.E.B. Stuart. Tenth Annual Reunion of the Virginia Division, Army of Northern Virginia." In: SHSP, 1880, v.VIII, p. 431-456. 8vo, 28pp. (WM 410)  

McClendon, R. Earle "Status of the ex-Confederate states as seen in the readmission of the United States senators." In: Am. Hist. Rev., 1936, v.XLI, p. 703-709. E.g., filling vacant seats instead of elections of a new position, a process of regarding the states as having never been out of union. (WM 415)  

McClinton, Oliver Wood "The Career of the Confederate States Ram 'Arkansas'." In: AHQ, 1948, v.VII, p. 329-333. (WM 417)  

McCoy, George W. "Battle of Ashville." Pub.#1, Buncombe County, Confederate Centennial Committee: [Ashville, NC Apr. 6, 1963. 19pp.] (WM 442a)  

McCoy, Raymond "Arizona: Early Confederate Territory." In: Montana, Apr. 1962, p. 16-20. (WM 446)  

McCrady, Edward, Jr., Lt.-Col. "Address before Company A. (Greggs Regiment), First South Carolina Volunteers at the Reunion at Williston, Barnwell Co., SC, 14th July, 1882." Charleston, SC, News & Courier pr., 1882, 8vo, 10pp. Turnbull, IV, p. 142. (WM 447)  

McCrady, Edward, Jr., Lt.-Col. "Formation, organization, discipline & characteristics of the Army of Northern Virginia." An address delivered in the Hall of the House of Delegates, Richmond, Va., Thurs. Oct. 21, 1886. Published by order of the Association." Richmond, Va., Wm. Ellis Jones pr, 1886. 8vo, 41pp. (WM 449)  

McCrady, Edward, Jr., Lt.-Col. "Gregg's Brigade of South Carolinians in the Second battle of Manassas, an address before the survivors of the Twelfth regiment South Carolina Volunteers, at Walhalla, South Carolina Volunteers, Aug. 21, 1884." Richmond, Va., Wm. Ellis Jones, pr. 1885. 8vo, 40pp. Also: SHSP, 1885, v.XIII, p. 3-40. (WM 451)  

McCrady, Edward, Jr., Lt.-Col. "Heroes of the old Camden District, South Carolina, 1776-1861. An address to the survivors of Fairfield County, delivered at Winnsboro, SC, Sept. 1, 1888." In: SHSP, 1888, v.XVI, p. 3-35. Contains review of both the "Twelfth" & "Seventeenth" Regiments, p. 18-25. See: Louis De.B. McCrady. (WM 452)  

McCrady, Louis De B. "General Edward McCrady & some of the incidents in his career." By his brother, at the request of the Mayor for the City Year Book (1904) Charleston, SC, Yearbook for 1904. 8vo, p. 43-80. (WM 455)  

McDonald, Archie P. "List of Men enrolled for Camps, 1862-64." In: TMH, Summer 1965, v.5, #2, p. 79-89. (WM 473)  

McDonald, Archie P., Edt. See: under Jed Hotchkiss. (WM 474b)  

McDonald, Hunter "General Robert E. Lee after Appomattox." In: Tenn. Hist. Mag., July 1925 (used May 1927), v.IX, p. 87-101. See: Cornelia McDonald, suppl. (WM 487)  

McElroy, W.H. "The Cruise of the Shenandoah." In: The Confederate Sailor, v.5, #1. (WM 523a)  

McGarity, Abner Embry, Dr. "Letters of a Confederate Surgeon, 1862-1865." Notes: Edmund Cody Burnett. Athens, Ga., 1946. Reprint form Ga. Hist. Qrt. XXIX-#2,3,4; XXX-#1, June, Sept., Dec. 1945, Mar., 1946. 8vo, 141pp. Ga. Hist. Quart., XXIX (1945), p. 76-114; 159-190; 222-253; v.XXX (1946), p. 35-70. McGarity served with Ga., Ala., & NC. (WM 537)  

McGill, John, Bishop of Richmond "War Letters of the Bishop of Richmond." In: Va. Mag. Hist. Biog., July 1959, v.67, p. 259-270. Letters to Patrick N. Lynch, Catholic Bishop of Charleston, Apr. 1861-Dec. 1863. See: Willard E. Wight. (WM 546)  

McGuire, Hunter Holmes, Dr. "An address: Stonewall Jackson, at the dedication of the Jackson Memorial Hall, Virginia Military Institute & repeated before R.E. Lee Camp, #1, Confederate Veterans, Richmond, Va., July 9th, 1897." (Richmond, Va.) R.E. Lee Camp, #1,1897, 8vo Richmond, Va., 1899, 17pp. (WM 556)  

McGuire, Hunter Holmes, Dr. "The memory of 'Stonewall' Jackson delivered by Hunter McGuire, at the eighth annual banquet of the Confederate Veteran camp of New York at the St. Dennis Hotel, Jan. 22, 1898." n.p., 12mo. (WM 556a)  

McGuire, Hunter Holmes, Dr. "Ceremonies & addresses attending the presentation of a statue of Hunter Holmes McGuire by the Hunter McGuire memorial association & its acceptance by the state at Richmond, Va., Jan. 7, 1904. Published under auspices of R.E. Lee Camp #1, Confederate Veterans, Richmond, Va." n.p., 8vo, 3-30pp. (WM 556b)  

McIntosh, David Gregg, Col. "The Campaign of Chancellorsville." Richmond: Wm. Ellis Jones Sons, 1915. 8vo, 54pp. In: SHSP, p. 44-100. (WM 579)  

McIntosh, J.R., Chairman "The South's Battle Abbey." (New Orleans, La.? 1895?) 12mo, 32pp. (WM 581)  

McKim, Randolph Harrison "The Confederate Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign." In: Jour. Mil. Ser. Inst., May 1910, v.XLVI, p. 414-427. (WM 593)  

McKim, Randolph Harrison "In Memoriam. Good men a nation's strength, a sermon preached on the occasion of the death of Gen. Robert E. Lee, in Christ Church, Alexandria, Va., Oct. 16, 1870, by the Rector, Rev. Randolph McKim." Baltimore: John Murphy & co., 1870. 8vo, 16pp. (WM 597)  

McKim, Randolph Harrison "Lee, the Christian Hero, a sermon delivered in the Lee Memorial Church, Lexington, Va., Sun., Jan. 20, 1907 on the invitation of the Rector & Vestry." Wash: Brentano's, 1907. 8vo, 22pp. See also: Wash. & Lee University Bulletin, Summer 1907. (WM 598)  

McKim, Randolph Harrison "Motives & Aims of the Soldiers of the South in the Civil War. Oration delivered before the United Confederate Veterans at their fourteenth annual reunion at Nashville, Tenn., June 14, 1904." 8vo, 34pp. Note: bound also as Appendix to the 14th annual meet., UCV. Cover title: "The Confederate Soldier his motives & aims." (WM 600a)  

McKim, Randolph Harrison "A Soldier's Recollection; leaves from the diary of a young Confederate, with an oration on the motives & aims of the soldiers of the South." NY, Longmans, Green co., 1910. 8vo, xvii, 362pp. Do: 1911 Edt. P. 133-208, Gettysburg campaign, special reference to Mosby's "Stuarts cavalry." (WM 603)  

McKim, Randolph Harrison "A memorial to Rev. Dr. Randolph Harrison McKim." (WM 604a)  

McLeary, A.C. "Humorous Incidents of the Civil War." n.p., n.d. (Humboldt, Tenn., 1902?) 8vo, 23pp. Exper. Of a young private in Co. G., 12th Tenn. Cavalry under Forrest. (WM 618)  

McMaster, Richard H. "The Easterville Incident." Hampton and Sherman. Winnsboro, SC 1955. 12pp. (WM 637a)  

McMichael, J.R. "Diary of Captain J.R. McMichael." Augusta, Ga., Mar. 1945. Bulletin of the University Hospital. (WM 642a)  

McMorries, Edward Young "History of the First Regiment Alabama Volunteer Infantry, CSA. By Edward Young McMorries, Phd. A private in the Perote Guards, Co. G., 1862-1865; and an original member of both the company & Regiment." Montgomery, Ala., Brown print, 1904. State of Alabama Dept. Of Archives & History. 8vo, 142pp. State Archives issue. (WM 649)  

McMurtry, R. Gerald "Zollicoffer & the Battle of Mill Springs." In: FCHQ, Oct. 1955, v.29, #4, p. 303-319. An address delivered before the Filson Club, Louisville, Ky., Dec. 6, 1954. (WM 671)  

McNeilly, James H., Rev. "The Failure of the Confederacy-was it a blessing?" Nashville, Tenn: Confederate Veteran (1912) 8vo, 47pp. In: SHSP, sept. 1916, v.XLI, p. 115-144. In: Confed. Vet., Apr. 1916, v.XXIV, 65-68, p. 112-116; 160-175. (WM 687)  

McRae, Duncan K. "Battle of Williamsburg, Va., May 1862." In: Wm & M. Q., July 1922, v.II, 2nd ser., p. 195-197. Report of Col. D.K. McRae, 5th NC reg., May 10, 1862. "Battle of Williamsburg-Reply to Col. Bratton." In: SHSP, 1879, v.7, p. 360-372. (WM 700)  

McSwain, John Jackson "The Causes of Secession, an essay prepared by J.J. McSwain in 1896 while a student at South Carolina College." Greenville, SC, 1917. (LC) McKissick-1624-copy has 27pp. (WM 707)  

McTeer, William Anderson 1843. "Among Loyal Mountaineers; stars & stripes in East Tenn. saved the lives of Confederates." Maryville, Tenn. Knoxville, S.B. Newman & Co. 187? 4p. (WM 707a)  

McWhiney, Grady "Braxton Bragg at Shiloh." In: Tenn. HQ, 1962, v.XXI, p. 19-30. (WM 709)  

Meaney, Peter J., OSB "The Prison Ministry of Father Whelan Georgia Priest & Confederate Chaplain." In: GHQ, Spring, 1987, v.71, #1, p. 1-14. (WM 720)  

Medical Society of the State of North Carolina, Confederates Comm. "Provisional Record of Confederate medical Officers." n.p. 1890. 8vo, 57pp. (WM 734)  

Medical Records. (WM 734a)  

Melton, Maurice "History of the Rebel Steam Ram 'Atlanta'." on exhibit at foot of Washington Street. Philadelphia, Nov. 1863. 12pp. (WM 749a)  

"Memorandum relative to General Officers appointed by the president in Armies of the Confederate States, 1861-1865." Compiled from Official Records. 60th Cong. 1st Sess-Senate Doc. #244, Feb. 11, 1908. Military Secretary Department. Washington: Gov. Print, 1908, 8vo, 41pp. (WM 769)  

"Memorial Ceremonies in honor of Gen. Robert E. Lee held in St Charles Theater, Tues., Oct. 18, 1870." New Orleans. Bulletin Job Off. 1870. 51pp. (WM 770a)  

"Memorial Day Annual, 1912. The causes and outbreak of the war between the states, 1861-1865. For use as a source book of contemporary authors. Published by the Department of Public Instruction at the request of the confederate Memorial Literary Soc." (Richmond, Va., Press) 1912, 8vo, 94pp. (WM 771)  

"Memorial Services in honor of the birthday of Gen. Robert E. Lee, Jan. 19, 1903." (WM 773a)  

"Memorial tribute to the soldiers and sailors of the Confederacy; dedication of a monument, Aug 25, 1965." (WM 778a)  

"Memories of the Confederacy- Flowers & Songs." n.p., n.d. (c. 1899) (Baltimore: Apr. 11, 1898-pub. For the Confederate Relief Bazaar by the collector of flowers, ? B.E.J.G. (Gathoway?)) 12mo, 24pp. Poems, various authors, opposite a pressed flower, picked from the field of that battle, i.e., Manassas, Crater, etc. (WM 781)  

"Memories of the War." Macon J.W. Burke Co. 1917. (WM 781a)  

Miller, Edmund Thornton "The State Finances of Texas During the Civil War." n.p., n.d., 1910, Texas State Historical Assn., v.XIV, #1, p. 23. Reprint, cover title. (WM 871)  

Miller, Walter L. "The last meeting of the Confederate Cabinet." In: South. Mag., 1899, Aug., 8vo, 13pp. (WM 886)  

Millson, John S. "The state of Virginia. Speech delivered in the House of Representatives Jan. 21, 1861." (WM 895a)  

Mims, Edwin "General Lee's place in history." In: Outlook, Dec. 22, 1906, v.LXXXIV, p. 978-982. See: Henry Shepherd's criticism (following). (WM 899)  

Mims, Wilbur F., Capt. "War History of the Prattville Dragoons compiled by Capt. Wilbur F. Mims, Co. H Third Alabama Cavalry. Prattville, Ala., Autauga County 1861-1865." Thurber, Texas: Journal Printery (n.d.) 12mo, Reprint, (1950s?) (WM 902)  

Minor, Berkeley "If Lee Could Have Stood at the Helm." Caption tile, from "Times Dispatch" Jan. 18, 1911, 8vo, 4pp. (Richmond?)  

Miscellaneous Correspondence. (WM 930)  

Mississippi in the War McLemore (Richard Aubrey) Edt: A history of Mississippi, v.1, See under authors: Glover Moore, Edwin C. Bearss, John K. Bettersworth, William C. Harris. (WM 938)  

Moffat, Charles H. "Conflicting Interpretations as to the Causes of the Civil War." In: WV H., Oct. 1961, v.23, #1, p. 5-14. (WM 979)  

Moger, Allen W. "General Lee's Unwritten History of the ANV." In: VMHB, July 1963, v.71, #3, p. 341-363. (WM 983)  

Moger, Allen W. "The Value of a Portrait." In: CWH, Dec. 1957, v.III, #4, p. 435-437. John Marshall portrait given Wash. College for tuition of his grandson. (WM 983a)  

Molen, Dayle H. "Decision at La Glorieta Pass." In: Montana, Spring 1962. p. 20-32. In: Mont. MWH, v.XII, p. 20-33. Apr. 1962. (WM 985)  

Monitor (Ironclad), USNavy See: H.B. Littlepage, Dabney H. Maury, Wm. H. Parker, "Officers & Crew (Monitor)." (WM 992a)  

Montague, Ludwell Lee "Gloucester County, (Va) in the Civil War." Gloucester, Va., De Hardit Press, 1965, 4to, ix, 97pp. (WM 1002)  

"Montgomery Greys Under Two Flags. Montgomery Greys retired corps, organized Dec. 27, 1906. Constitution & Roster, Surrendered at Appomattox, 1865." Montgomery, Ala., Brown Print, 1907, 16mo, 47pp. (WM 1013)  

Montgomery, Walter Alexander "Memorial Address, May 26, 1940, Auspices of Albermarle Chapter UDC." Charlottesville, Va., 1940?, 8vo, 10pp. Thornton-8843. (WM 1026)  

Montgomery, Walter Alexander "Memorial Address on the Life & Character of Maj.-Gen. William D. Pender. Delivered before the Ladies' Memorial Ass'n., in Raleigh, May 10, 1894." Raleigh, NC, News & Observer, May 15, 1894, Edwards & Proughton Print, 8vo, 27pp. (WM 1027)  

Moore, Andrew B. "Prologue to the great American Tragedy." Ala. Civil War Cent. Com. 1964. 15pp. (WM 1050a)  

Moore, David Hastings "An escape that did not set me free: a by-product of Morgan's Raid. A paper read before the Ohio Commander of the Loyal Legion, Apr.. 7, 1915." 16pp. (WM 1055a)  

Moore, Samuel Preston, Surg,-Gen. "Surgeon-General Samuel Preston Moore & the officers of the Medical Department of the Confederate States." by E.R. Wiese. Atlanta, Ga., c.1912, 8vo, 8pp. Proposed monument to Moore. (WM 1105)  

Moore, Samuel Preston, Surg.-Gen. "Samuel Preston Moore - Surgeon-Gen. Of the CSA." A resolution to erect a monument to the memory adopted by the assn. of medical officers of the Army & Navy of the Confederacy-Memphis, Tenn., June 9, 1909. Washington, DC, Samuel E. Lewis, MD, Chairman, June 1, 1910. (WM 1106)  

Moore, Waldo W. "The defense of Shrevesport, La. The Confederacy's last redoubt (1864)." In: Mil. Affairs, Summer 1953, v.17, p. 72-82, notes. (WM 1113)  

Morgan, John C.W. Letters. (WM 1135a)  

Morris, Timothy "A Glorious Solution." Gender, Families, Relationships and the Civil War Story. Arizona Quart. V.51, #1, spring 1995, p. 61-77. (WM 1165a)  

Morrison, Emmett M. See: Richmond, Va., Dispatch "Desperate Dash. 'Capture of Howlett House'." (WM 1170b)  

Morton, Ohland "Confederate Government Relations with the Five Civilized Tribes." Oklahoma City. Chron. Okla., Summer, 1953, v.XXXI, #2, p. 189-204, appen. Pt. II, autumn, 1953, #3, p. 299-322. (WM 1209)  

Mosby, John Singleton Clippings. (WM 1215a)  

Mosby, John Singleton "Stonewall Jackson." In: Munsey's Mag. June, 1912, v.47, p. 333-8. (WM 1228a)  

Mudd, Joseph Aloysius "What I Saw at Wilson's Creek." (Columbia, Mo., Jan. 1913, v.VII, #2, pp. 89-105.) One of the Confederate decisive wins. Reprint in wraps. (WM 1261)  

Mugridge, Donald H. "The American Civil War." Washington, DC, Library of Congress, 1960. 4to, 24pp. Gen. Reference & bibliographical Div. (WM 1268a)  

Mugridge, Donald H. "The Civil War in Pictures." (WM 1268b)  

Muller, William F. "War Papers of the Confederacy. Authentic reproductions of Official Orders. Telegrams, Letters, Pictures & Memoranda of the Civil War." Charlottesville, Va., M&M Co., c.1961, 4to, 32pp. (WM 1276)  

Murphree, Joel Dyer "Autobiography & Civil War Letters of Joel Murphree of Troy, Alabama, 1864-1865. Introduction: H.E. Sterkx." In: AHQ, Spring 1957, v.XIX, p. 170-207. Extract. Letters of quartermaster sergeant, 57th Reg., Ala. Inf., Apr. 28, 1864-Apr. 17, 1865. (WM 1301)  

Murphy, DuBose "The Spirit of a Primitive Fellowship: The Reunion of the Church." Garrison, NY, Hist. Mag. Of Protestant Episcopal Church, v.XVII-#4, Dec. 1948, p. 435-448. (WM 1305)  

Murphy, James L. "Alabama & the Charleston Convention of 1860 (Secession)." Montgomery, 1905, Reprint of Alabama Historical Society Transactions, 1904--, v.V, #36, 8vo, p. 239-266. (WM 1308)  

Murray, John Ogden "Jefferson Davis & the Southern People were not traitors, nor rebels. They were Patriots who loved the constitution & obeyed the laws made for the protection of all American citizens. A short story of the Confederate Soldier, the ideal soldier of the world 1911." Manassas, Manassas Democrat Press, 1911, 8vo. (WM 1316)  

Murray, John Ogden "Jefferson Davis not a traitor. The Confederate Soldier the ideal soldier of the world." Winchester, Va., Geo. F. Norton Pr., 1904, 8vo. (WM 1319)  

Museum of the Confederacy (WM 1328a)  

Muster & Pay-roll of Company, Jo Thompson Artillery... See: Jo Thompson (WM 1344)  

Muster Roll, Company H, 1st Mississippi Volunteers, November 1, 1861. (WM 1351c)

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