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Coulter, E. Merton
Coulter, Ellis Merton
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Canfield, Leon H. (1886-)
Canfield, Leon Hardy (1886-)
Craven, Wesley Frank (1905-....))
Mead, Nelson Prentiss (1878-)
Montgomery, Horace (1906-)
Paxson, Frederic L. (1877-1948)
Paxson, Frederic Logan (1877-1948)
Saye, Albert Berry
Stephenson, Wendell Holmes (1899-)
Tindall, George Brown (1921-....))
University of Virginia
Wilder, Howard Baker (1901-)
Abraham Baldwin, c1987:
Auraria, the story of a Georgia gold-mining town.
century of a Georgia plantation, A
Cincinnati southern railroad and the struggle for southern commerce, 1865-1872, The
Civil war and readjustment in Kentucky
College life in the old South, 1979, c1928:
Commercial intercourse with the Confederacy in the Mississippi Valley, 1861-1865
confederate states of America, 1861-1865, The
course of the South to secession, The : an interpretation by Ulrich Bonnell Phillips
Daniel Lee, agriculturist; his life North and South
development of southern sectionalism 1819-1848, The
diplomacy of the Sino-Indian border dispute, The ; 1950-1962
Effects of secession upon the commerce of the Mississippi Valley
efforts of the Democratic societies of the West to open the navigation of the Mississippi, The
Elijah Clarke's foreign intrigues and the "Trans-Oconee republic"
emergence of the new South 1913-1945, The
George Walton Williams : the life of a Southern merchant and banker, 1820-1903
Georgia : a short history
Georgia educational movement during the eighteen hundred fifties., A
Georgia's disputed ruins:
Georgia through two centuries.
Georgia waters: Tallulah Falls, Madison Springs, Scull Shoals and the Okefenokee Swamp
Georgians in profile : historical essays in honor of Ellis Merton Coulter
Granville district
history of the South, A
James Monroe Smith;
John Ellis Coulter: small-town businessman of Tarheelia.
John Jacobus Flournoy, champion of the common man in the antebellum South
Joseph Vallence Bevan, Georgia's first official historian
journal of Peter Gordon, 1732-1735., The
journal of William Stephens, The
List of the early settlers of georgia
Lost generation : the life and death of James Barrow, C. S. A.
Mary Musgrove, "queen of the Creeks", a chapter of early Georgia troubles
Negro legislators in Georgia during the reconstruction period
Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia; their rise and decline.
other half of old New Orleans, sketches of characters and incidents from the Recorder's court of New Orleans in the eighteen forties as reported in the "Picayune"., The
Planters' wants in the days of the confederacy
South during reconstruction 1865-1877
South in the new nation 1789-1819, The
Southern colonies in the seventeenth century 1607-1689, The
Thomas Spalding of Sapelo.
Toombs Oak, the tree that owned itself, and other chapters of Georgia, The
Travels in the Confederate States a bibliography
United States in the making, The
When John Wesley preached in Georgia.
William G. Brownlow, fighting parson of the Southern Highlands
William Montague Browne : versatile Anglo-Irish American, 1823-1883
Thesis (Ph.D.) -- University of Virginia, 1965