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 Mary A. Sutherland, The Story of Corpus Christi (Corpus Christi Chapter, Daughters of the Confederacy, 1916).

J. Clarence Stonebraker, The Unwritten South Cause, Progress and Result of the Civil War, Relics of Hidden Truth After Forty Years (Third Edition, 1908).

J. Ogden Murray, The Immortal Six Hundred: A Story of Cruelty to Confederate Prisoners of War (Roanoke, Virginia: The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company, 1911).

Albert T. Bledsoe, The War Between the States Or, Was Secession A Constitutional Right Previous To the War of 1861-65 (Lynchburg, Virginia: J. P. Bell Company, Inc., 1915).

Walter Alexander Montgomery, The Days Of Old and the Years That Are Past (Michie Company, 1939).

Thornton Hardie Bowman, Reminiscences of An Ex-Confederate Soldier or, Forty Years on Crutches (Austin: Gammel-Statesman Publishing Company, 1904).

Thaddeus K. Oglesby, Some Truths of History: A Vindication of the South Against the Encyclopedia Birtica and Other Maligners (Atlanta: Ths Byrd Printing Company, 1903).

George  Cary Eggleston, A Rebel's Recollections (New York: Hurd & Houghton, 1875).

​Samuel G. French, Two Wars: An autobiography of General Samuel G. French, An Officer in the Armies of the United States and the Confederate States, A Graduate from the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, 1843. (Nashville: Confederate Veterans, 1901).

John Allan Wyeth, With Sabre and Scalpel: The Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon (New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1914).

Eppa Hunton, Autobiography of Eppa Hunton (Richmond: The William Byrd Press, 1930).

Mildred Lewis Rutherford, Truths of History: A Fair, Unbiased, Impartial, Unprejudiced and Conscientious Study of History. Object: To Secure a Peaceful Settlement of the Many Perplexing Questions Now Causing Contention Between the North and the South (Athens, Georgia, 1920).

The South In The Building Of The Nation, Speech Delivered at Washington, D. C, and New Orleans, La. (Athens, Georgia,1913).

Oscar Williams Blacknall, Lincoln: As The South Should Know Him (Raleigh, N. C.: Manley's Battery Chapter, Children Of The Confederacy, 1915).

H. W. R. Jackson, The Southern Women of the Second American Revolution, Their Trials, & Yankee Barbarity Illustrated (Atlanta: Intelligencer Steam Power Press, 1863).

John William Jones, Christ in the Camp: Or, Religion in Lee's Army, Supplemented By A Sketch Of The Work In The Other Confederate Armies (Richmond: B. F. Johnson & Company, 1888).

B. Estvan, War Pictures From the South (New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1863).

H. M. Wharton, War Songs and Poems of the Southern Confederacy, 1861-1865 (Philadelphia, 1904).

W. L. Fagan, Southern War Songs (New York: M. T. Richardson & Company, 1890).

Francis D. Allan, Allan's Lone Star Ballads: A Collection of Southern Patriotic Songs, Made During Confederate Times (Galveston: J. D. Sawyer, Publisher, 1874).

John A. Marshall, American Bastile: A History Of The Illegal Arrests And Imprisonment Of American Citizens During The Late Civil War (Philadelphia: Thomas H. Hartley, 1870).

William E. Boggs, The South Vindicated From The Charge of Treason and Rebellion (Columbia, S. C.: Presbyterian Publishing House, 1881).

Miss Burton Harrison, Recollections Grave And Gay (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1911).

Elizabeth Avery Meriwether (Pseudonym, George Edmonds), Facts and Falsehoods Concerning the War on the South, 1861-1865 (Memphis: A. R. Taylor & Company, 1904).

Nora Fontaine M. Davidson, Cullings From the Confederacy: A Collection Of Southern Poems, Original And Others (Washington D. C.: The Rufus H. Darby Printing Company, 1903).

Ann E. Snyder, The Civil War From A Southern Standpoint (Nashville: House of the M. E. Church, South, 1890).

Kate Cumming, Gleanings From Southland: Sketches Of Life And Manners Of The People Of The South Before, During And After The War Of Secession, With Extracts From The Author's Journal And An Epitome Of The New South (Birmingham: Roberts & Sons, 1895).

U. R. Brooks, Stories of the Confederacy (Columbia, S. C.: The State Company, 1912).

Robert Catlett Cave, The Men In Gray (Nashville: Confederate Veteran, 1911).

C.J. Worthington, Editor, The Woman In Battle: A Narrative of the Exploits, Adventure, and Travels of Madame Loretta Janeta Velasquez, Otherwise Known As  Harry T. Buford, Confederate States Army (Hartford: T. Belknap, 1876).

Susan R. Hull, Boy Soldiers of the Confederacy (New York: The Neale Publishing Company, 1905).

Matthew Page Andrews, The Women Of The South In War Times (Baltimore: The Norman, Remington Company, 1920).

John H. Lewis, Recollections From 1860 to 1865: With Incidents of Camp Life, Descriptions of Battles, The Life of the Southern Soldier, His Hardships and Sufferings, And the Life of a Prisoner of War in the Northern Prisons (Washington D. C.: Peake & Company, Publishers, 1895).

Benjamin Franklin Grady, The Case of the South Against the North: Or Historical Evidence Justifying the Southern States of the American Union in Their Long Controversy with Northern States (Raleigh: Edwards & Broughton, 1899).