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E. Merton Coulter manuscripts

E. Merton Coulter manuscripts

Descriptive Summary

Title: E. Merton Coulter manuscripts
Creator: Coulter, E. Merton (Ellis Merton)
Inclusive Dates: circa 1919-1981
Language: English
Extent: 75 Linear Feet (107 document boxes, 15 half boxes, 37 card files boxes)
Collection Number: ms1750
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Historical Note

Ellis Merton Coulter (1890-1981), author, educator at the University of Georgia (1919-1958) and head of the History Dept. (1941-1958), resided in Athens, Georgia.

For more information, see the article "E. Merton Coulter (1890-1981)" in the New Georgia Encyclopedia.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of the writings of E. Merton Coulter from ca. 1919-1981. The collection contains drafts and typescript manuscripts of articles and books published by Coulter, as well as transcriptions of original materials and correspondence relating to the research and publication of his works. The collection also includes addresses/speeches made by Coulter to various organizations, woodcuts made for his publications, and research note cards.

Organization and Arrangement

Arranged in alphabetical order by title.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

E. Merton Coulter manuscripts, MS 1750. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared on: 2009 December 30.

General Notes

Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access project: A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.


Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Georgia -- History.
Historians -- Georgia.
Manuscripts (documents)
Speeches (documents)

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
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11"Aaron Alpeoria Bradley, Georgia Negro Politician During Reconstruction Times" Part I
 
12"Aaron Alpeoria Bradley, Georgia Negro Politician During Reconstruction Times" Part II
 
13"Aaron Alpeoria Bradley, Georgia Negro Politician During Reconstruction Times" Part III
 
14"Aaron Alpeoria Bradley, Georgia Negro Politician During Reconstruction Times" typescript
 
15"Acadians in Georgia"
 
16"Acadians in Georgia," typescript
 
17"Alexander H. Stephens Challenges Benjamin H. Hill to a Duel, 1856"
 
18"Alexander H. Stephens Challenges Benjamin H. Hill to a Duel, 1856," typescript (carbon)
 
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21"Amnesty for All Except Jefferson Davis: The Hill-Blaine Debate On Civil War Prisoners"
 
22"Amnesty for All Except Jefferson Davis: The Hill-Blaine Debate On Civil War Prisoners," typescript (carbon)
 
23"The Antebellum Academy Movement in Georgia"
 
24"The Athens Dispensary"
 
25"The Athens Dispensary," typescript
 
26"Athens: Slavery During Civil War"
 
27"The Attempt of William Howard Taft to Break the Solid South"
 
28Auraria, I
 
29Auraria, II
 
210Auraria, typescript Chapter 1-4 (carbon)
 
211Auraria, typescript Chapter 5-8, bibliography (carbon)
 
Addresses
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31Addresses: Augusta, GA, 1959 August 25
32Addresses: Claiborne lectures
33Addresses: Commencement address, I, 1959 Summer
34Addresses: Commencement address, II, 1959 Summer
35Addresses: Daughters of the American Revolution, 18 February 1960
36Addresses: Fleming lectures
37Addresses: concerning Israel and the Middle East
38Addresses: Jacksonville, Fla.; Civitans, 15 February 1963
39Addresses: Lexington, GA; Memorial Day talk, 27 April 1959
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41Addresses: Occasional
42Addresses: Rome, GA
43Addresses: South Carolina Historical Association, 4 April 1959
44Addresses: University of Chattanooga, 23 & 24 October 1959
45Addresses: University of Chattanooga, 2nd Civil War session, 29 October 1960
46Addresses: War Department lectures, 1942
47Addresses: Wesleyan College, meeting of the Georgia Historical Society, 17/18 April 1959
48Addresses: West Georgia College Symposium, 26 April 1960
49Addresses: Woman's College of Georgia, 13 April 1966
410Addresses: Woman's College of Georgia, Honor's Day, 13 April 1966
 
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5Auraria
Auraria. typescripts, preface & Chapter 1-2
Auraria. typescripts, Chapter 3-5
Auraria. typescripts, Chapter 6-8
Auraria. research material
Auraria. galley proof
 
Abraham Baldwin Notes
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61Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
62Beehive Press
63Carbons (ms)
64Carbons: Chapter 1
65Carbons: Chapter 2
66Carbons: Chapter 3
67Carbons: Chapter 4
68Carbons: Chapter 5
69Carbons: Chapter 6
610Carbons: Chapter 7
611Carbons: Chapter 8
612Carbons: Chapter 9
613Carbons: Chapter 10
614Carbons: Chapter 11
615Carbons: Chapter 12
616Carbons: Chapter 13
617Carbons: bibliography
618Carbons: miscellaneous
619Carbons: Chapter 14
620Carbons: Chapter 15
621Carbons & revised footnotes
622Cherokee Publishing Company
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71Copy of original ms: Chapter 1-2
72Copy of original ms: Chapter 3-4
73Copy of original ms: Chapter 5-6
74Copy of original ms: Chapter 7-8
75Copy of original ms: Chapter 9-10
76Copy of original ms: Chapter 11-12
77Copy of original ms: Chapter 13-14
78Copy of original ms: Chapter 15 & bibliography
79Illustrations
710Notes: index cards
711Notes: index cards
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8Abraham Baldwin manuscript (unpublished)
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9Abraham Baldwin manuscript (copy)
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101Publication
102Sources-Calhoun, F. Phinizy
103Sources-Duke University
104Sources-Fant, H.B.
105Sources-Georgia Historical Society
106Sources-Green
107Sources-historical pamphlets
108Sources-Indiana University at South Bend
109Sources-Library of Congress
1010Sources-miscellaneous
1011Sources-Richmond Co., GA
1012Sources-David Sherman
1013Sources-Robert Stephens
1014Sources-Yale University Library
1015Sources-Yale University Library
1016Writings (Abraham Baldwin)
 
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111"Benjamin Braswell, Georgia Pioneer Philanthropist"
 
112"Benjamin Braswell, Georgia Pioneer Philanthropist," typescript
 
113"Benjamin H. Hill's Alumni Address Before Georgia University Alumni, 1871," typescript (carbon)
 
114"The Beginnings of Georgia"
 
115"The Beginning of the YMCA at the University of North Carolina"
 
116"The Birth of a University, a Town and a County"
 
117"The Birth of a University, a Town and a County," typescript
 
118"Boating As a Sport In the Old South," distribution of reprints, complimentary
 
119-12Book reviews
 
Col. David C. Barrow Collection
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121Correspondence: Adams, R.P.
122Correspondence: Allen, A.A.
123Correspondence: Barrow, Tom
124Correspondence: Davis; H. Cobb, W.E. and W.
125Correspondence: Davis, George H.
126Correspondence: Filey, James C.
127Correspondence: Harrison, J.M.
128Correspondence: Lumpkin, John H.
129Correspondence: McKinley; William, A.C. and L.A.
1210Correspondence: William G. Porter & Co.
1211Correspondence: Spratlin, James A. & Thomas
1212Correspondence: Vaughn, William R.
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131General correspondence, 1834
132General correspondence, 1845
133General correspondence, 1850
134General correspondence, 1851
135General correspondence, 1852
136General correspondence, 1853
137General correspondence, 1854
138General correspondence, 1855
139General correspondence, 1856
1310General correspondence, 1857
1311General correspondence, 1858
1312General correspondence, 1859
1313General correspondence, 1860
1314General correspondence, 1861
1315General correspondence, 1862
1316General correspondence, 1863
1317General correspondence, 1864
1318General correspondence, 1865
1319General correspondence, 1866
1320General correspondence, 1867
1321General correspondence, 1868
1322General correspondence, 1870
1323General correspondence, 1871
1324General correspondence, 1872
1325General correspondence, 1873
1326General correspondence, 1874
1327General correspondence, 1875
1328General correspondence, 1876
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141General correspondence, 1877
142General correspondence, 1878
143General correspondence, 1879
144General correspondence, 1880
145General correspondence, 1881
146General correspondence, 1882
147General correspondence, 1883
148General correspondence, 1884
149General correspondence, 1886
1410General correspondence, 1887
1411General correspondence, 1888
1412General correspondence, 1889
1413General correspondence, 1890
1414General correspondence, 1891
1415General correspondence, 1892
1416General correspondence, 1893
1417General correspondence, 1897
1418General correspondence, 1899
1419General correspondence, 1913
1420General correspondence, 1915
1421Church records
1422Diary, 1851
1423Diary, 1852
1424Diary, 1856
1425Diary, 1857
1426Diary, 1858
1427Diary, 1866
1428Diary, 1867
1429Diary, 1868
1430Diary, 1875
1431Diary, 1876
1432Diary, 1879
1433Slaves: bills of sale
 
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151"The Campus"
 
152"The Canary Bird Case in the Georgia Courts"
 
153"The Canary Bird Case in the Georgia Courts," typescript
 
154"Censorship Of News in Ohio During the Civil War"
 
155"A Century of a Georgia Plantation"
 
156"The Chehaw Affair"
 
157"The Chehaw Affair," typescript
 
158Clippings
 
159"Commercial Intercourse With the Confederacy in the Mississippi Valley, 1861-1865"
 
1510"The Confederate Monument in Athens"
 
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161-2"Confederate States of America"
 
163-5The Confederate States of America; reviews, comments, etc.
 
166 The Confederate States of America
 
167The Confederate States of America, illustrations
 
168The Course of the South to Secession, edited by E.M. Coulter
 
169"Cudjo Fye's Insurrection"
 
Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky
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171 Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky
172 Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky
173Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky, galley proof
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181Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky, typescript Chapter 1-5
182Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky, typescript, Chapter 6-10
183Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky, Typescript, Chapter 11-15
184Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky, typescript, Chapter 16-19 & bibliography
 
Class lecture notes
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191Class lecture notes: American foreign relations
192Class lecture notes: American foreign relations
193Class lecture notes: American foreign relations
194Class lecture notes: the Antebellum South
195Class lecture notes: the Antebellum South
196Class lecture notes: the Antebellum South
197Class lecture notes: the Antebellum South
198Class lecture notes: the Antebellum South
199Class lecture notes: the Antebellum South
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201Class lecture notes: the Antebellum South
202Civil War
203Civil War
204Civil War
205Foreign service
206Georgia history
207Georgia history
208Georgia history
209Georgia history
2010History of the U.S., 1763-1828
2011History of the West
2012Kentucky material
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211Miscellaneous readings
212Miscellaneous readings
213Miscellaneous readings
214Recent American history
215Recent American history
216Recent American history
217Reconstruction
218Reconstruction
219Reconstruction
2110Reconstruction
2111Reconstruction
2112Reconstruction
2113Reconstruction
 
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221The Course of the South to Secession, edited by E.M. Coulter, galley proof
 
222The Course of the South to Secession, edited by E.M. Coulter, galley proof
 
College Life in the Old-South
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231College Life in the Old-South, copyright
232College Life in the Old-South, (typescript) preface, bibliography, Chapter 1-5
233College Life in the Old South, (typescript). Chapter 6-10
234College Life in the Old South, (typescript), Chapter 11-13
235College Life in the Old South, Chapter 4, handwritten manuscript and notes
236College Life in the Old South, second edition
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241 College Life in the Old South
242 College Life in the Old South
243 College Life in the Old South
244College Life in the Old South, sales records
245College Life in the Old South, sales records
246College Life in the Old South, sales records
247College Life in the Old South, sales records
248College Life in the Old South, sales records
 
The Confederate States of America
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251The Confederate States of America, (typescript), 1st draft, Chapter 1-5
252The Confederate States of America, (typescript). 1st draft, Chapter 6-10
253The Confederate States of America, (typescript). 1st draft, Chapter 11-15
254The Confederate States of America, (typescript). 1st draft. Chapter 16-19
255The Confederate States of America, (typescript). 1st draft, Chapter 20-22
256The Confederate States of America, (typescript), miscellaneous material
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261The Confederate States of America, 1861-1865, carbon copy, Chapter 1-5
262The Confederate States of America, 1861-1865, carbon copy, Chapter 6-10
263The Confederate States of America, 1861-1865, carbon copy, Chapter 11-17 and critical essay
 
Creek Indian Case
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271Creek claims correspondence, 1956
272Creek claims correspondence, 1957
273Creek claims correspondence, 1957 1958-1959
274Creek claims correspondence, 1959-1960
275Creek claims correspondence, 1960
276Creek claims correspondence, 1961-1965
277Creek claims correspondence, 1965-1968
278Creek Indian documents, I
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281Creek Indian documents, II
282Creek lands in Georgia, evaluation of
283Miscellaneous
284Notes
285Printed material
286Printed material
287Printed material
288Printed material
 
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291 Daniel Lee, Agriculturalist
 
292Daniel Lee, Agriculturalist, author's set
 
293Daniel Lee, Agriculturalist, xerox of original
 
294Daniel Lee, Agriculturalist, (typescript), 2nd copy, preface and Chapter 1-6
 
295Daniel Lee, Agriculturalist, (typescript), 2nd copy, Chapter 7-12 and bibliography
 
296Daniel Lee, Agriculturalist, misc. typescripts and notes
 
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301"David Meriwether of Virginia and Georgia"
 
302"David Meriwether of Virginia and Georgia," (typescript), carbon copy
 
303"Dean William Tate"
 
304Dictionary of American Biography (articles assigned)
 
305Dictionary of American Biography (articles assigned)
 
306Dictionary of Georgia Biography, articles by E.M. Coulter
 
307"The Dispute Over George R. Gilmer's Election to Congress in 1828," (typescript), carbon copy
 
308"Dr. John Hanson Thomas McPherson"
 
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311"Early Frontier Democracy in the First Kentucky Constitution," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
312"The Early Historians of Georgia"
 
313Easley, Daniel
 
314"Edward Telfair," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
315"Effects of Secession Upon the Commerce of the Mississippi Valley"
 
316"Effects of Secession Upon the Commerce of the Mississippi Valley," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
317"The Efforts of the Democratic Societies of the West to Open the Navigation of the Mississippi"
 
318"Elijah Clarke's Foreign Intrigues and the Trans Oconee Republic, 1793-1794"
 
319"Elijah Clarke's Foreign Intrigues and the Trans Oconee Republic 1793-1794," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
3110"An Englishman Visits the Confederacy"
 
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321"A Famous Duel Which Was Never Fought"
 
322"A Famous Duel Which Was Never Fought," typescript
 
323"A Famous University of Georgia Commencement-1871"
 
324"A Famous University of Georgia Commencement-1871," typescript, carbon copy
 
325"The Fateful Days: From Lincoln's Election to the Bombardment of Fort Sumter"
 
326"Father Sherman's March to the Sea"
 
327"Father Sherman's March to the Sea"
 
328"Flags of the Confederacy," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
329"The Founding of Two Nations: Israel and the United States"
 
3210"Four Slave Trials in Elbert Co., Georgia"
 
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331"Francis Meson, an Early Georgia Merchant and Philanthropist"
 
332"Francis Meson, an Early Georgia Merchant and Philanthropist"
 
333"Franklin College As a Name For the University of Georgia," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
334Fremantle, (some editing)
 
335"From Spotsylvania Courthouse to Andersonville: The Diary of Sergeant Darius Starr," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
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341"The Genesis of Henry Clay's American System," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
342"George R. Gilmer's Election to Congress in 1828"
 
343Georgia: A Short History, third edition
 
344"Georgia and the Constitution," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
345Georgia Coast, sketches & misc.
 
346"A Georgia Educational Movement During the 1850's," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
347"A Georgia Lawyer and His Negro Client: A Study in Black and White," I
 
348"A Georgia Lawyer and His Negro Client: A Study in Black and White," II
 
349"A Georgia Lawyer and His Negro Client: A Study in Black and White," typescript
 
3410"A Georgia Paper Mill," typescript
 
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351"Georgia Waters," bibliography (typescript)
 
352Georgia Waters: Tallulah Falls, Madison Springs, Scull Shoals and the Okefenokee Swamp. galley proof
 
353Georgia Waters: Tallulah Falls, etc., I
 
354Georgia Waters: Tallulah Falls, etc., II
 
355Georgians in Profile, complimentary copies
 
356Georgia's Disputed Ruins, I
 
357Georgia's Disputed Ruins, II
 
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361Georgia's Disputed Ruins, remainder, I
 
362Georgia's Disputed Ruins, remainder, II
 
363"The Granville District"
 
364"The Great Barbecue"
 
365"The Great Georgia Railway Disaster on the London Times"
 
366"The Great Georgia Railway Disaster on the London Times," typescript, carbon copy
 
367"The Great Savannah Fire of 1820," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
George Walton Williams
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371-3Correspondence
374-5Writings- George Walton Williams: The Life of Southern Merchant and Banker, 1820-1903 - documents
376Writings- George Walton Williams: The Life of Southern Merchant and Banker, 1820-1903 illustrations
377Writings-- George Walton Williams: The Life of Southern Merchant and Banker, 1820-1903 - kinfolk
378-10Writings- George Walton Williams: The Life of Southern Merchant and Banker, 1820-1903
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381-6 George Walton Williams: The Life of Southern Merchant and Banker, 1820-1903
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391-7 George Walton Williams: The Life of Southern Merchant and Banker, 1820-1903
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401-4George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. manuscripts.
405George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. manuscript. galley proof, Chapter 1-10
406George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. manuscript. galley proof, Chapter 11-20, appendix and notes
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411George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. manuscript. proof, Chapter 1-5
412George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. manuscript. proof, Chapter 6-10
413George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. manuscript. proof, Chapter 11-15
414George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. manuscript. proof, Chapter 16-20, appendix, bibliography, index and notes
415George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. manuscript. typescript, Chapter 1-5
416George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. manuscript. typescript, Chapter 6-10
417George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. manuscript. typescript, Chapter 11-15
418George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. manuscript. typescript, Chapter 16-20, appendix and bibliography
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421George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. manuscript. typescript, notes
422George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. manuscript. index
423George Walton Williams: The Life, etc. scraps of manuscript
424George Walton Williams, miscellaneous, correction papers, etc.
425George Walton Williams. pardon. Civil War papers
426George Walton Williams. publication Correspondence
 
Georgia: A Short History
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431Georgia: A Short History, galley proof
432Georgia: A Short History, index cards
433Georgia: A Short History, materials, printed
434Georgia: A Short History, materials, printed
435Georgia: A Short History, materials, printed
436Georgia: A Short History, materials, printed
437Georgia: A Short History, materials, printed
438Georgia: A Short History, materials, printed
439Georgia: A Short History, materials, printed
4310Georgia: A Short History, materials, printed
4311Georgia: A Short History, materials, printed
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441Georgia: A Short History, notes
442Georgia: A Short History, proof
443Georgia: A Short History, proof (partial)
444Georgia: A Short History, table of contents and index
 
"The Georgia-Tennessee Boundary Line"
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451"The Georgia-Tennessee Boundary Line"
452"The Georgia-Tennessee Boundary Line," correspondence
453"The Georgia-Tennessee Boundary Line," research material and notes
454"The Georgia-Tennessee Boundary Line," typescript
455"The Georgia-Tennessee Boundary Line," typescript
456"The Georgia-Tennessee Boundary Line," typescript
457"The Georgia-Tennessee Boundary Line," typescript
458"The Georgia-Tennessee Boundary Line," typescript
 
Georgia Through Two Centuries; by Warren Grice, edited by E.M. Coulter
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461Georgia Through Two Centuries, table of contents
462Georgia Through Two Centuries, typescripts
463Georgia Through Two Centuries, typescripts
464Georgia Through Two Centuries, typescripts
465Georgia Through Two Centuries, typescripts
466Georgia Through Two Centuries, typescripts
467Georgia Through Two Centuries, typescripts
468Georgia Through Two Centuries, typescripts
469Georgia Through Two Centuries, typescripts
4610Georgia Through Two Centuries, typescripts
4611Georgia Through Two Centuries, typescripts
 
Georgia Waters
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471Georgia Waters, illustrations
472Georgia Waters, index
473Georgia Waters, misc. material
474Georgia Waters, misc. material
475Georgia Waters, proof, Chapter 1-4
476Georgia Waters, Chapter 5-6, bibliography and notes
 
Georgia's Disputed Ruins. edited by E.M. Coulter
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481Georgia's Disputed Ruins. galley proof
482Georgia's Disputed Ruins. proof, pp. 1-100
483Georgia's Disputed Ruins. proof, pp. 101-200
484Georgia's Disputed Ruins. proof, pp. 201-
 
Gift of books, misc. &, 1970
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491Gift of books, miscellaneous
492Gift of books, 1970
493Gift of books (acknowledged), 1970
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501Gift of books, 1971
502Gift of books, 1971
503Gift of books, 1971
504Gift of books, 1971
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511Gift of books, 1972
512Gift of books, 1972
513Gift of books, 1972
514Gift of books, 1973
515Gift of books, 1973
 
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521"Hanging as a Socio-Penal Institution in Georgia and Elsewhere"
 
522"Hanging as a Socio-Penal Institution in Georgia and Elsewhere," typescript (carbon)
 
523"Henry M. Turner: Georgia Negro Preacher-Politician During the Reconstruction Era"
 
524"Henry M. Turner: Georgia Negro Preacher-Politician During the Reconstruction Era," typescript
 
525"Historical Records in Georgia"
 
526"History is Human," I (Atlanta Constitution)
 
527"History is Human," II ( Atlanta Constitution)
 
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531"History is Human," III (Atlanta Constitution)
 
532History of Georgia. American Book Company
 
533History of Georgia. American Book Company
 
534History of Georgia. American Book Company
 
History of the South
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535History of the South. style sheet
536"Hoke Smith"
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541"History of the South," advertisements
542"History of the South," clippings
543"History of the South," correspondence, etc.
544"History of the South," correspondence, etc.
545"History of the South," correspondence, etc.
546"History of the South," correspondence, etc.
547"History of the South," correspondence, etc.
548"History of the South," correspondence, etc.
 
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551James Monroe Smith, I
 
552James Monroe Smith, II
 
553James Monroe Smith, III
 
554"Jefferson Davis"
 
555"Jefferson Davis and the Northeast Gearela Affair
 
556"Jefferson Davis and the Northeast Gearela Affair typescript
 
557John Ellis Coulter. acknowledgements, gifts, etc.
 
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561John Ellis Coulter. acknowledgements and gifts
 
562John Ellis Coulter. acknowledgements and gifts
 
563"John Howard Payne's Visit to Georgia"
 
564"John Howard Payne's Visit to Georgia"
 
565"John Howard Payne's Visit to Georgia," typescript
 
566 John Jacobus Flournoy
 
567 John Jacobus Flournoy
 
568John Jacobus Flournoy, sales and gifts
 
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571 Joseph Vallence Bevan
 
572 Joseph Vallence Bevan
 
573Joseph Vallence Bevan, Georgia's First Official Historian. typescript, carbon
 
574The Journal of Peter Gordon. edited by E.M. Coulter, typescript
 
575"Journal of William Stephens, 1743-1745," worksheets
 
576"Journal of William Stephens, 1743-1745," worksheets
 
James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After
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581James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, author's proof
582James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, Correspondence, research material
583James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, Correspondence, research material
584James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, Correspondence, research material
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591James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, galley proof
592James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, illustrations
593James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, manuscript: corrected typescript, Chapter 1-5, preface
594James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, manuscript: corrected typescript, Chapter 6-10
595James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, manuscript: corrected typescript, Chapter 11-17 and bibliography
596James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, manuscript: typescript, Chapter 1-5, preface
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601James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, manuscript; typescript, Chapter 6-10
602James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, manuscript: typescript, Chapter 11-17, bibliography
603James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, index
604James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, manuscript: typescript (carbon), Chapter 1-5 and preface
605James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, manuscript: typescript (carbon), Chapter 6-10
606James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, manuscript: typescript (carbon), Chapter 11-15
607James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter. Before Death and After, manuscript: typescript (carbon), Chapter 16-17, bibliography
 
John Ellis Coulter, Small-Town Businessman and Tarheelia
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611John Ellis Coulter, Small-Town Businessman and Tarheelia, typescript, 2nd copy, Chapter 1-5
612John Ellis Coulter, Small-Town Businessman and Tarheelia, typescript, 2nd copy, Chapter 6-10
613John Ellis Coulter, Small-Town Businessman and Tarheelia, typescript, 2nd copy, Chapter 11-17
 
John J. Flournoy: Champion of the Common Man in the Antebellum South
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621John J. Flournoy: Champion of the Common Man in the Antebellum South, proof
622John J. Flournoy: Champion of the Common Man in the Antebellum South, typescript, 1st original
623John J. Flournoy: Champion of the Common Man in the Antebellum South, typescript
624John J. Flournoy: Champion of the Common Man in the Antebellum South, typescript, carbon
625John J. Flournoy: Champion of the Common Man in the Antebellum South, typescript
626John J. Flournoy: Champion of the Common Man in the Antebellum South, typescript, 2nd copy
 
Joseph V. Bevan: Georgia's First Official Historian
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631Joseph V. Bevan: Georgia's First Official Historian, galley proof
632Joseph V. Bevan: Georgia's First Official Historian, original draft
633Joseph V. Bevan: Georgia's First Official Historian, typescript (carbon)
 
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641Robert G. Kenan material (Thomas Spalding of Sapel
 
642Robert G. Kenan material (Thomas Spalding of Sapel
 
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651 A List of the Early Settlers of Georgia
 
652"A List of the First Shipload of Georgia Settlers"
 
653"The Loss of the Steamship Central America, in 185
 
654"The Loss of the Steamship Central America, illustrations
 
655"The Loss of the Steamship Central America, typescript (carbon)
 
656 Lulu Hurst, Georgia Wonder
 
657 Lulu Hurst, Georgia Wonder
 
658Lulu Hurst, Georgia Wonder, typescript (carbon)
 
Lost Generation, The Life and Death of James Barrow, CSA
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661Lost Generation, The Life and Death of James Barrow, CSA, Correspondence, research material, etc.
662Lost Generation, The Life and Death of James Barrow, CSA, Correspondence, research material, etc.
663Lost Generation, The Life and Death of James Barrow, CSA, Correspondence, research material, etc.
664Lost Generation, The Life and Death of James Barrow, CSA, proof
665Lost Generation, The Life and Death of James Barrow, CSA, typescript: preface, bibliography and Chapter 1
666Lost Generation, The Life and Death of James Barrow, CSA, typescript: Chapter 2
667Lost Generation, The Life and Death of James Barrow, CSA, typescript: Chapter 3
668Lost Generation, The Life and Death of James Barrow, CSA, typescript: Chapter 4
669Lost Generation, The Life and Death of James Barrow, CSA, typescript: (carbon)
 
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671"Madison Springs, Georgia Watering Place"
 
672Madison Springs, Georgia Watering Place" typescript (carbon)
 
673Maps and pictures (used in various publications)
 
674"Mary Musgrove, Queen of the Creeks," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
675"Meson Academy, Lexington, Georgia"
 
676"Meson Academy, Lexington, Georgia"
 
677Misc. printed material
 
boxfolder
681Misc. material
 
682Misc. material
 
683Misc. material
 
684Misc. material
 
685Misc. material
 
686Misc. material
 
687Moses, Major R.J.: Civil War diary, transcription
 
688"The Movement for Agricultural Reorganization in the Cotton South During the Civil War," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
689"Myth of Dade County's Seceding"
 
6810"Myth of Dade County's Seceding from Georgia in 1860," typescript
 
boxfolder
691"A Name for the American War of 1861-1865"
 
692"Nancy Hart, Georgia Heroine of the Revolution"
 
693"Nancy Hart, Georgia Heroine of the Revolution"
 
694"Nancy Hart, Georgia Heroine of the Revolution" typescript
 
Negro Legislators in Georgia During the Reconstruction Period
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695 Negro Legislators in Georgia During the Reconstruction Period
696 Negro Legislators in Georgia During the Reconstruction Period
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701 Negro Legislators in Georgia During the Reconstruction Period
702 Negro Legislators in Georgia During the Reconstruction Period
703 Negro Legislators in Georgia During the Reconstruction Period
704 Negro Legislators in Georgia During the Reconstruction Period
705 Negro Legislators in Georgia During the Reconstruction Period
706Negro Legislators in Georgia During the Reconstruction Period, manuscript
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711Negro Legislators in Georgia During the Reconstruction Period, manuscript
712Negro Legislators in Georgia During the Reconstruction Period, manuscript
713Negro Legislators in Georgia During the Reconstruction Period, index
714Negro Legislators in Georgia During the Reconstruction Period, bibliography
 
715"The New South: Benjamin H. Hill's Address Before the University Alumni Society, 1871"
 
716"Notable American Women, 1607-1950," contributor of sketches
 
717"A Note on a Georgia Paper Mill"
 
718"The Nullification Movement in Georgia"
 
Notes
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721Antebellum Botanical Garden (University of Georgia)
722Athens, Georgia
723Bicycle craze of 1887
724Broad River
725Burritt, Elija H. (Walker pamphlet)
726Catoosa Springs
727Centennial Commencement (University of Georgia)
728Chapel painting, St. Peters, Rome
729Cherokee corner
7210Church, Alonzo and Olin
7211Church, William L., confederate soldier
7212Cobb and Key negotiations, 15 June 1862
7213Cobb, Thomas W.
7214Compton, Martha Atlanta Lumpkin
7215Confederate States of America, misc.
7216Cook, Zadock
7217Cumberland Island
7218"Damned Yankees"
7219Double-barreled cannon
7220Duels-miscellaneous
7221Education, various references
7222Georgia Historical Society, references to history
7223Georgia Necrology
7224Glenn Bill-co-education of the races
7225The Destruction of the Gwinnett County Courthouse
7226Ham, H.W.J.-Snollygosters
7227Humorous sketches, sermons, etc.
7228Labor agent
7229Land lottery (Georgia)
7230Law School (University of Georgia)
7231Lee, Robert E., last visit to Georgia
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731Jesse Mercer and funeral sermon of Rabun
732Milly, the Indian princess
733Miscellaneous notes on articles
734Miscellaneous sheets
735Miscellaneous subjects
736Mount Zion Academy (academy & settlement)
737Negro insurrection in 1875 in Burke and adjoining counties
738Oglethorpe
739People-misc.-obituaries
7310Plank roads in Georgia
7311Pulaski SS-sinking, wreck
7312Revival of 1826 at University of Georgia
7313Salem Academy (in Clarke Co.)
7314Shoals of Ogeechee
7315Enoch Steadman, factorymaster of Georgia
7316Thomas Stephens
7317William Stephens., U.S. District Judge-resignation (photostat from National Archives)
7318Stone Mountain, tourist resort, etc.
7319University of Georgia, "early times and later"
7320Judge Hiram Warner
7321Watson Springs
7322The rise and decline of old Watsboro
7323Burning of Yazoo papers (examination of tradition they were burned by fire from heaven)
 
boxfolder
741"The Okefenokee Swamp, Its History and Legends"
 
742"The Okefenokee Swamp, Its History and Legends"
 
743"The Okefenokee Swamp, Its History and Legends"
 
744"The Okefenokee Swamp, Its History and Legends," typescript
 
boxfolder
751 Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia
 
752 Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia
 
753 Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia
 
754 Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia
 
755 Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia
 
boxfolder
761Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia, proof and xerox index
 
762"Old Tub, a Campus Character"
 
763"Old Tub, a Campus Character"
 
764"Old Tub, a Campus Character," typescript
 
765"The Other Half of Old New Orleans"
 
766"The Other Half of Old New Orleans"
 
767"The Other Half of Old New Orleans," correspondence
 
768"Our World Today"
 
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77 The Other Half of Old New Orleans
 
771The Other Half of Old New Orleans, notebooks
 
772The Other Half of Old New Orleans, notes
 
773The Other Half of Old New Orleans, proof
 
774The Other Half of Old New Orleans, typescript
 
775The Other Half of Old New Orleans, typescript
 
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781"Planters' Wants in the Days of the Confederacy," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
782"The Politics of Dividing a Georgia County: Oconee from Clarke"
 
783"The Politics of Dividing a Georgia County: Oconee from Clarke," typescript (carbon)
 
784"Presidential Visits to Georgia During Antebellum Times"
 
785"Presidential Visits to Georgia During Antebellum Times," typescript (carbon)
 
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791Reconstruction
 
792Reconstruction
 
793"Robert Gould Shaw and the Burning of Darien, Georgia"
 
794"Robert Gould Shaw and the Burning of Darien, Georgia During the Civil War," typescript
 
boxfolder
801"The Sanders Administration," galley proof and correspondence
 
802"Scull Shoals: An Extinct Georgia Manufacturing and Farming Community"
 
803"Scull Shoals: An Extinct Georgia Manufacturing and Farming Community," typescript
 
804"Sea Islands"
 
805Senatus Academicus. minutes: 27 November 1799-14 November 1842
 
806Senatus Academicus. minutes: 27 November 1799-14 November 1842
 
807Senatus Academicus. etc.
 
808Senatus Academicus. etc.
 
809Senatus Academicus. etc.
 
boxfolder
811"Seward and the South: His Career as a Georgia Schoolmaster"
 
812"Seward and the South: His Career as a Georgia Schoolmaster," typescript (carbon)
 
813"Sherman and the South," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
814"Slavery and Freedom in Athens, Georgia; 1861-1865"
 
815"Slavery and Freedom in Athens, Georgia; 1861-1865". typescript
 
816 The South During Reconstruction
 
817 The South During Reconstruction
 
boxfolder
821 The South During Reconstruction
 
822"Southern Agriculture and Southern Nationalism Before the Civil War"
 
823"The Speech of Henry R. Jackson at the Macon Fair, 1887"
 
824"The Speech of Henry R. Jackson at the Macon Fair, 1887," typescript
 
825Stephens Journal, 1741-1743. introduction, typescript
 
826"The Story of Georgia"
 
827"Story of the Tree That Owned Itself"
 
Salzburger transcriptions
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831Salzburger transcriptions. pp. 1-102
832Salzburger transcriptions. pp. 103-201
833Salzburger transcriptions. pp. 202-291
834Salzburger transcriptions. pp. 292-395
835Salzburger transcriptions. pp. 396-487
836Salzburger transcriptions. pp. 488-599
837Salzburger transcriptions. pp. 600-667
838Salzburger transcriptions. pp. 699-752
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84Shepherd Pryor Collection
841Shepherd Green Pryor Collection. CSA letters. Genealogy (2 copies)
842Shepherd Green Pryor Collection. CSA letters. introduction (2 copies)
843Shepherd Pryor Collection. CSA letters. (copy 1), 1861
844Shepherd Pryor Collection. CSA letters. (copy 2), 1861
845Shepherd Pryor Collection. CSA letters. (copy 1), 1862
846Shepherd Pryor Collection. CSA letters. (copy 2), 1862
847Shepherd Pryor Collection. CSA letters. (copy 1), 1863
848Shepherd Pryor Collection. CSA letters. (copy 2), 1863
 
A Short History of Georgia
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851 A Short History of Georgia
852A Short History of Georgia, Correspondence & research materials
853A Short History of Georgia, pictures
854A Short History of Georgia, galley proof
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861A Short History of Georgia, manuscript (1st draft) Chapter 1-10
862A Short History of Georgia, manuscript (1st draft) Chapter 11-20
863A Short History of Georgia, manuscript (1st draft) Chapter 21-30
864A Short History of Georgia, manuscript (carbon) Chapter 1-10
865A Short History of Georgia, manuscript (carbon) Chapter 11-20
866A Short History of Georgia, manuscript (carbon) Chapter 21-31
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871A Short History of Georgia, proof, Chapter 1-15
872A Short History of Georgia, proof, Chapter 16-31 & bib
873A Short History of Georgia-revised
874A Short History of Georgia-revised
875A Short History of Georgia-revised
 
The South During Reconstruction
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881The South During Reconstruction, table of contents, preface, bibliography & misc.
882The South During Reconstruction, typescript, original & 3rd copy, Chapter 1 & 2
883The South During Reconstruction, typescript, original & 3rd copy, Chapter 3 & 4
884The South During Reconstruction, typescript, original & 3rd copy, Chapter 5 & 6
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891The South During Reconstruction, original & 3rd copy, Chapter 7 & 8
892The South During Reconstruction, original & 3rd copy, Chapter 9 & 10
893The South During Reconstruction, original & 3rd copy, Chapter 11 & 12
894The South During Reconstruction, original & 3rd copy, Chapter 13 & 14
895The South During Reconstruction, original & 3rd copy, Chapter 15-17
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901"Tallulah Falls, Georgia's Natural Wonder, From Creation to Destruction"
902"Tallulah Falls, Georgia's Natural Wonder, From Creation to Destruction"
903"Tallulah Falls, Georgia's Natural Wonder, From Creation to Destruction"
904"Thomas Spalding of Sapelo"
905"Thomas Spalding of Sapelo"
906Thomas Spalding of Sapelo. typescript, Chapter 1-9
907Thomas Spalding of Sapelo. typescript, 2nd copy, Chapter 1-5, bibliography, introduction, etc.
908Thomas Spalding of Sapelo. typescript, 2nd copy, Chapter 6-13
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911"Three Hundred Years of River"
912"Toombs Oak"
913"Toombs Oak, The Tree That Owned Itself and Other Chapters of Georgia"
914"Toombs Oak," typescript
915"Travels in the Confederate States"
916"Travels in the Confederate States"
917"The Tree That Owned Itself," typescript
918"Tunis G. Campbell, Negro Reconstructionist in Georgia"
919"Tunis G. Campbell, Negro Reconstructionist in Georgia"
9110"Tunis G. Campbell, Negro Reconstructionist in Georgia," typescript
 
Thomas Spalding of Sapelo
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921Thomas Spalding of Sapelo, contract and Correspondence
922Thomas Spalding of Sapelo, typescript, 1st copy, Chapter 1-5
923Thomas Spalding of Sapelo, typescript, 1st copy, Chapter 6-10
924Thomas Spalding of Sapelo, typescript, 1st copy. Chapter 11-13
925Thomas Spalding of Sapelo, 2nd copy, Chapter 2-8
926Thomas Spalding of Sapelo, 2nd copy, Chapter 9-12
 
Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography
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931Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, A
932Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, B
933Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, C
934Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, D
935Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, E
936Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, F
937Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, G
938Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, H
939Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, I
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941Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, J
942Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, K
943Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, L
944Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, M
945Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, N
946Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, O
947Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, P
948Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, Q-R
949Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, S
9410Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, T-V
9411Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, W-Z
9412Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, correspondence
9413Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, index
9414Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, miscellaneous
9415Travels in the Confederate States. A Bibliography, notes
 
Typescripts of newspaper articles
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951Typescripts of newspaper articles
952Typescripts of newspaper articles, excerpts from the Savannah Georgia
953Typescripts of newspaper articles, miscellaneous
954Typescripts of newspaper articles, miscellaneous
955Typescripts of newspaper articles, miscellaneous
956Typescripts of newspaper articles, miscellaneous
957Typescripts of newspaper articles, obituaries
958Typescripts of newspaper articles, obituaries
959Typescripts of newspaper articles, obituaries
9510Typescripts of newspaper articles, obituaries
9511Typescripts of newspaper articles, obituaries
9512Typescripts of newspaper articles, obituaries
9513Typescripts of newspaper articles, "Athens Sixty-Five Years Ago," from the Southern Watchman
9514Typescripts of newspaper articles. "Athens Sixty-Five Years Ago," from the Southern Watchman
 
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961"Wandering of a Painting: The Alonzo Church Portrait," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
962 Was Georgia Settled by Debtors?
 
963Was Georgia Settled by Debtors?, typescript
 
964"What the South Has Done About Its History," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
965"When Taft Visited Athens"
 
966"Why John and Joseph Leconte Left the University of Georgia. 1855-1856"
 
967"Why John and Joseph Leconte Left the University of Georgia, 1855-1856," typescript
 
968"William Bacon Stephens," distribution of reprints, complimentary copies
 
969"William D. Martin and the School He Endowed: Martin Institute"
 
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971"William D. Martin and the School He Endowed: Martin Institute," typescript
 
972"William D. Wash, C.S.A., Bravest of the Brave"
 
973"William D. Wash, C.S.A., Bravest of the Brave," typescript
 
974 William G. Brownlow
 
975 William G. Brownlow
 
976"William Howard Taft's Visit to Athens, Georgia," typescript
 
977William Stephen's Journal (8 April to 14 August 1736 in Charles Town, South Carolina)
 
978William Stephen's Journal, 1741-1743 (carbon)
 
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981William Stephen's Journal, 1743-1745 (2nd copy)
 
982"The Woolfolk Murder"
 
983"The Woolfolk Murder," typescript
 
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991"Wormsloe, Two Centuries of a Georgia Family"
 
992"Wormsloe, Two Centuries of a Georgia Family"
 
993Wormsloe, Two Centuries of a Georgia Family. typescript, preface, footnotes & Chapter 1-5
 
994Wormsloe, Two Centuries of a Georgia Family. typescript, Chapter 6-10
 
995Wormsloe, Two Centuries of a Georgia Family. typescript, Chapter 11-16, bibliography
 
William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands
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1001William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands, motion picture rights
1002William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands proof, pp. 1-192
1003William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands proof, pp. 193-
1004William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands typescript, Chapter 1-5
1005William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands typescript, Chapter 6-10
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1011William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands, typescript, Chapter 11-16
1012William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands, typescript, bibliography, preface, table of contents and Chapter 1-4
1013William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands, typescript, Chapter 5-8
1014William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands, typescript, Chapter 9-13
1015William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands, typescript, Chapter 14-16
1016William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands, University of Tennessee Press
 
William Montague Brown
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1021William Montague Brown, appendix
1022William Montague Brown, appendix
1023William Montague Brown, appendix and notes
1024William Montague Brown, Chapter 1
1025William Montague Brown, Chapter 2
1026William Montague Brown, Chapter 3
1027William Montague Brown, Chapter 4
1028William Montague Brown, Chapter 5
1029William Montague Brown, Chapter 6
10210William Montague Brown, Chapter 7
10211William Montague Brown, Chapter 8
10212William Montague Brown, Chapter 9
10213William Montague Brown, Chapter 10
10214William Montague Brown, Chapter 11
10215William Montague Brown, Chapter 12
10216William Montague Brown, Chapter 13
10217William Montague Brown, Chapter 14
10218William Montague Brown, Chapter 15
10219William Montague Brown, Chapter 16
10220William Montague Brown, Chapter 17
10221William Montague Brown, Chapter 18
10222William Montague Brown, Chapter 19
10223William Montague Brown, Chapter 20
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1031William Montague Brown, correspondence
1032William Montague Brown, correspondence
1033William Montague Brown, correspondence
1034William Montague Brown, correspondence
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1041William Montague Brown, documents (photostats, xerox
1042William Montague Brown, documents
1043William Montague Brown, documents
1044William Montague Brown, documents
1045William Montague Brown, index
1046William Montague Brown, manuscript
1047William Montague Brown, photographs
 
Woodcuts
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1051Woodcuts: award of merit
1052Woodcuts: Bryan, Hannah
1053Woodcuts: Jonathan, cup
1054Woodcuts: Jonathan Bryan, cup
1055Woodcuts: Lou Burge, Georgia Historical Quarterly, Jan.'
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1061Woodcuts: "Central America," ship
1062Woodcuts: "Central America," ship
1063Woodcuts: Central of Georgia Railroad
1064Woodcuts: Chi Phi
1065Woodcuts: Alonzo Church
1066Woodcuts: Cleveland, Georgia town plan
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1071Woodcuts: Cooke article, folder 1
1072Woodcuts: Cooke article, folder 2
1073Woodcuts: Cooke article, folder 3
1074Woodcuts: Cooke article, folder 4
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1081Woodcuts: Cooke article, Folder 5
1082Woodcuts: Cooke article, Folder 6
1083Woodcuts: Cooke article, Folder 7
1084Woodcuts: Cooke article, Folder 8
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1091Woodcuts: Ellis M. Coulter
1092Woodcuts: W.H. Crawford
1093Woodcuts: Demere
1094Woodcuts: Demorest, Georgia town plan
1095Woodcuts: Susan Eberhart
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1101Woodcuts: Georgia Historical Quarterly, December 1944
1102Woodcuts: Georgia Historical Quarterly, December 1944
1103Woodcuts: Georgia. Peach Tree Creek, battle plan, 20 July, 1864
1104Woodcuts: Georgia settlement. map used in Zelinsky article, Georgia Historical Quarterly, October 19
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1111Woodcuts: Georgia. status of Indian lands after Creek Treaty of 1827
1112Woodcuts: Georgia-Tennessee Boundary Line
1113Woodcuts: Georgia (upper section) in 1800, map
1114Woodcuts: Georgia Waters
1115Woodcuts: Georgia Waters
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1121Woodcuts: Georgia Waters. Okefenokee Swamp, map
1122Woodcuts: Georgia Waters, not used
1123Woodcuts: Georgia Waters, not used
1124Woodcuts: Georgia Waters, not used
1125Woodcuts: George Gilmer
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1131Woodcuts: Hawkins Trail
1132Woodcuts: Col. Benjamin Hawkins' trip across northern Georgia, 1796, map
1133Woodcuts; Helen, Georgia town plan
1134Woodcuts: Hill-Blaine
1135Woodcuts: Lulu Hurst
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1141Woodcuts: Indian boundary, fig. 1 & 2
1142Woodcuts: Indian boundary, fig. 3 & 4
1143Woodcuts: Capt. John M. Kell
1144Woodcuts: Kingston, Georgia Bartow Saltpeter Works, map
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1151Woodcuts: John LeConte
1152Woodcuts: Joseph LeConte
1153Woodcuts: Myrtle Long
1154Woodcuts: Robert Loveman, Georgia Historical Quarterly, March 1950
1155Woodcuts: Joseph H. Lumpkin
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1161Woodcuts: Macon Armory in 1865, Georgia Historical Quarterly, March 1944
1162Woodcuts: Thomas B. Moss
1163Woodcuts: Old Tub
1164Woodcuts: Robertstown, Georgia town plan
1165Woodcuts: St. Augustine, Florida, Fort Mosa
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1171Woodcuts: Savannah, Georgia maps
1172Woodcuts: Sherman and the Expulsion of the Roswell Women
1173Woodcuts: Sherman and the Expulsion of the Roswell Women
1174Woodcuts: Gov. James M. Smith
1175Woodcuts: Madame Sosnowski
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1181Woodcuts: Stephens Diary, page
1182Woodcuts: Sunbury, Georgia town plan
1183Woodcuts: The Toombs Oak
1184Woodcuts: town planning, maps
1185Woodcuts: Turner
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1191Woodcuts: Thomas G. Woolfolk
1192Woodcuts: Wrightsborough, Georgia
1193Woodcuts: Wrightsborough, Georgia
1194Woodcuts: Lollie Bell Wylie. Georgia Historical Quarterly, March 1950
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1201Woodcuts, unidentified
1202Woodcuts, unidentified
1203Woodcuts, unidentified
1204Woodcuts, unidentified
1205Woodcuts, unidentified
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1211Woodcuts, unidentified
1212Woodcuts, unidentified
1213Woodcuts, unidentified
1214Woodcuts, unidentified
1215Woodcuts, unidentified
 
Wormsloe: Two Centuries of a Georgia Family
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1221Wormsloe: Two Centuries of a Georgia Family, clippings and printed material
1222Wormsloe: Two Centuries of a Georgia Family, typescript. Chapter 1-4. preface
1223Wormsloe: Two Centuries of a Georgia Family, typescript. Chapter 5-11
1224Wormsloe: Two Centuries of a Georgia Family, typescript, Chapter 12-16
1225Wormsloe: Two Centuries of a Georgia Family, (carbon) preface, Chapter 1-4
1226Wormsloe: Two Centuries of a Georgia Family, Chapter 5-11
1227Wormsloe: Two Centuries of a Georgia Family, Chapter 12-16
 
1228"The Yazoo Fraud"
 
Notes. Articles
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123"Acadians"
123"Addition to Evans and Coulter History of Georgia"
123"Agricultural Development in the Lower South"
123"Ante-Bellum Academy Movement in Georgia"
123"Athens Dispensary"
123"The Attempts of the Democratic Societies of the West to Open the Mississippi"
123"Birth of a University, Town and County"
123"Boating As an Ante-Bellum Sport"
123"Thad Boyd, Jr."
123"Chehaw Affair"
123"Elijah Clarke's Foreign Intrigues and the 'Trans-Oconee Republic'"
123"Cudjo Fie's Insurrection"
123"Notes on Dade Co."
123"Early Frontier Democracy: The First Kentucky Constitution"
123"The Flags of the Confederacy"
123"Franklin College as a Name for the University of Georgia"
123"A Georgia Educational Movement of the 1850's"
123"Georgia's Part in the Making and Ratification of the Constitution"
123"Was Georgia Settled by Debtors?"
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124"Georgia-Tennessee Boundary"
124"Historical Activities of the South, 1917-1921"
124"How the Other Half Lived in Old New Orleans"
124"Madison Springs, Georgia's Watering Place"
124"William D. Martin"
124"John Howard Payne's Visit to Georgia"
124"Robert Gould Shaw and the Burning of Darien, Georgia"
124"William D. Wash, Bravest of the Brave"
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125Baldwin notes, I
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126Baldwin notes, II
 
Books
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127 Auraria
127 Cincinnati Southern Railroad and the Struggle for Southern Commerce
127 Lost Generation: Life and Death of James Barrow, C.S.A.
 
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128Book orders
 
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129Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky, Chapter 1-11
 
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130Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky, Chapter 12-18
 
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131Classroom lectures
 
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132Classroom lectures
 
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133Classroom lectures
 
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134"Coastal Georgia," unused notes
 
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135College Life in the Old South, first edition
 
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136The Confederate States of America, 1861-1865, Chapter 1-8
 
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137The Confederate States of America, 1861-1865, Chapter 9-16
 
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138The Confederate States of America, 1861-1865, Chapter 17-22
 
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139The Confederate States of America, 1861-1865, bibliography David Lee: Agriculturalist
 
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140George Walton Williams: The Life of a Southern Merchant and Banker, 1820-1903, Chapter 1-14
 
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141George Walton Williams: The Life of a Southern Merchant and Banker, 1820-1903, Chapter 15-20 appendix
 
141George Walton Williams: The Life of a Southern Merchant and Banker, 1820-1903, Chapter 15-20 bibliography
 
141George Walton Williams: The Life of a Southern Merchant and Banker, 1820-1903, Chapter 15-20 complimentary copies sent
 
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142History of Kentucky, I
 
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143History of Kentucky, II
 
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144James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter; Before Beath and After, I
 
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145James Monroe Smith, Georgia Planter; Before Death and After, II
 
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146Map listings
 
146Miscellaneous articles
 
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147Miscellaneous articles
 
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148Miscellaneous articles
 
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149Miscellaneous articles
 
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150Miscellaneous articles
 
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151 Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia
 
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152Personal notes
 
152Public lectures
 
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153A Short History of Georgia, first edition
 
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154The South During Reconstruction, Chapter 1-10
 
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155The South During Reconstruction, Chapter 11-17, misc.
 
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156Teaching notes
 
156Thesis subjects
 
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157 William Montague Brown: Versatile Anglo-Irish American, 1823-1883
 
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158 William G. Brownlow: Fighting Parson of the Southern Highlands
 
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159 Wormsloe: Two Centuries of a Georgia Family