Bullets, Ballots, and Rhetoric: Confederate Policy for the United States Presidential Contest of 1864

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Baruch Awards 1927-1979
1927 Carpenter Jesse Thomas. "The South as a Conscious Minority
1789-1861." New York University, Washington Square, New
York, 1930. 315 pp.
1929 Whitfield Theodore M. "Slavery Agitation in Virginia, 1829-
1832." Out of Print.
1931 Flanders Ralph Betts. "Plantation Slavery in Georgia." Out
of Print.
1933 Thompson Samuel Bernard. "Confederate Purchasing Agents
Abroad." Out of Print.
1935 Wiley Bell Irvin. "Southern Negroes 1861-1865." Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut, 1938. 366 pp.
1937 Hill Louise Biles. "Joseph E. Brown and the Confederacy."
Out of Print.
1940 Haydon F. Stansbury. "Aeronautics of the Union and Confed-
erate Armies." Out of Print.
1942 Stormont John. "The Economic Stake of the North in the
Preservation of the Union in 1861." Not Published.
1945 Schultz Harold Sessel. "Nationalism and Sectionalism in
South Carolina 1852-1860.
" Duke University Press, Durham,
North Carolina, 1950. 259 pp.
1948 Tankersly Allen P. "John Brown Gordon, Soldier and States-
man." Privately Printed.
1951 Todd Richard Cecil. "Confederate Finance." University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, 1953.
1954 Morrow Ralph E. "Northern Methodism and Reconstruction."
Michigan State University Press, 1956. 261 pp.
Cunningham Horace. "Doctors in Gray." Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1958. 338 pp.
1957 Hall Martin H. "The Army of New Mexico: Sibley's Campaign
of 1862." University of Texas Press, Austin, Texas, 1960. 366
pp.
1960 Robertson James I., Jr. "Jackson's Stonewall: A History of the
Stonewall Brigade." Louisiana State University Press, Baton
Rouge, Louisiana, 1963. 271 pp.
1969 Wells Tom Henderson. "The Confederate Navy: A Study in
Organization." The University of Alabama Press, University,
Alabama, 1971. 182 pp.

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