Confederate States of America

Confederate States of America: Selected full-text books and articles

The Confederate Republic: A Revolution against Politics By George C. Rable University of North Carolina Press, 1994
The Collapse of the Confederacy By Mark Grimsley; Brooks D. Simpson University of Nebraska Press, 2001
Why the Confederacy Lost By Archer Jones; Gary W. Gallagher; Reid Mitchell; Joseph T. Glatthaar; James M. McPherson; Gabor S. Boritt Oxford University Press, 1992
The Confederate Reader By Richard B. Harwell Longmans Green, 1957
The Confederate Congress By Wilfred Buck Yearns University of Georgia Press, 1960
Disloyalty in the Confederacy By Georgia Lee Tatum University of Nebraska Press, 2000
A Long Shadow: Jefferson Davis and the Final Days of the Confederacy By Michael B. Ballard University Press of Mississippi, 1986
Confederate Bastille: Jefferson Davis and Civil Liberties By Mark E. Neely Jr Marquette University Press, 1993
Voices in the Storm: Confederate Rhetoric, 1861-1865 By Karen E. Fritz University of North Texas Press, 1999
Inside the Confederate Government: The Diary of Robert Garlick Hill Kean, Head of the Bureau of War By Robert Garlick Hill Kean; Edward Younger Oxford University Press, 1957
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FREE! The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government By Jefferson Davis D. Appleton, vol.1, 1881
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