The South in the Building of the Nation

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DEPARTMENT OF BIOGRAPHY
Editor-in-Chief WALTER LYNWOOD FLEMING, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of History Louisiana State University
CONTRIBUTORS
BLAINE, HUGH MERCER, Professor of English, Louisiana State Uni-versity.
Robert Beverley, James Blair, Dabney Carr, Ellen Glasgow, Lafcadio Hearn, J. H. Ingraham, John P. Kennedy, W. G. McCabe, Thomas Nelson Page, Margaret J. Preston, Abram Joseph Ryan, F. Hopkinson Smith, Etc.
BRUCE, PHILIP A., Author of Life of Robert E. Lee.
Fitzhugh Lee, Henry Lee, Richard H. Lee, Robert E. Lee, Etc.
BOSHER, MRS. KATE L., Richmond, Va.
William Couper, Alexander Galt, Joel Hart, Edward Kemeys, William Rinehart, Etc.
BUTLER, PIERCE, Professor of English, H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College.
Judah P. Benjamin, Alcée Fortier, Edward Livingstone, Jean Bienville, Charles E. A. Gayarre, Augustus H. Garland, Sterling Price, Etc.
CALISCH, EDWARD N., Rabbi, Richmond, Va.
John Adair, Joseph Anderson, Aaron V. Brown, John C. Brown, Neill S. Brown, Etc.
CHANDLER, J. A. C., Professor of History, Richmond College.
Patrick Henry, Edmund Pendleton, Edmund J. Randolph, John Randolph, Peyton Randolph, Etc.
CLAYTON-TORRENCE, WILLIAM, Virginia State Library.
The Barbours of Virginia, Sir William Berkeley, Moncure D. Conway, William H. Harrison, Andrew Lewis, Cyrus McCormick, John Maury, Beverley Robinson, Henry St. George Tucker, The Tuckers of Virginia, John Tyler, Lyon W. Tyler, Etc.
DERRY, JOSEPH T., Author of Military History of Georgia.
Patrick R. Cleburne, Jubal A. Early, Richard S. Ewell, Daniel Harvey Hill, John Bell Hood, A. S. Johnston, Joseph E. Johnston, David M. Key, James Longstreet, John S. Mosby, Edward K. Smith, Charles Steedman, Etc.
ECKENRODE, H. J., Virginia State Library, Richmond.
Richard Bland, Richard Fuller, Robert S. Garnett, George Graham, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Marshall, James Monroe, Daniel Morgan, William Paca, Roger Pryor, Winfield Scott, Roger B. Taney, Edward V. Valentine, Etc.
FLEMING, WALTER L., Professor of History, Louisiana State Uni-versity.
J. J. Audubon, Thomas H. Benton, Daniel Boone, William G. Brownlow, William Byrd, Sr., Alexander Campbell, Cassius M. Clay, George R. Clark, David Crockett, Jefferson Davis, James D. B. DeBow, Basil Duke, George Cary Eggleston, C. A. Evans, D. G. Farragut, Joseph W. Folk, H. W. Grady, Will N. Herben, Robert G. Harper, Moses D. Hoge, Andrew Johnson, Richard Malcolm Johnston, Joseph

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  • Title Page iii
  • Department of Biography v
  • Introduction to Volumes XI and Xii. vii
  • Biography. 1
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