Hyman Collection – File Box 6 – Civil War and Reconstruction




Fede, Andrew. “Legal Protection for Slave Buyers in the U.S. South: a Caveat Concerning Caveat Emptor.” American Journal of Legal History 31 (1987): 322-73.Fellman, Michael. “Theodore Parker and the Abolitionist Role in the 1850s.” Journal of American History 61 (Dec. 1974): 666-84.

Hyman, Harold M. “Stephen A. Douglas: Toward Appomattox, Not Watergate” (address to the Stephen A. Douglas Association, Chicago, April 23, 1977) (typescript).

King, Peter J. “‘Sovereignty as Will and Force’: The First : John C. Hurd and Orestes Brownson.” Chapter VII in his Utilitarian Jurisprudence in America: the Influence of Bentham and Austin on American Legal Thought in the Nineteenth Century (NY: Garland, 1986).

Knupfer, Peter B. “Clay and the Constitution in 1850: the Compromise Ethic at Work” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

Mills, Gary B. “Miscegenation and the Free Negro in Antebellum ‘Anglo’ Alabama: a Reexamination of Southern Race Relations.” Journal of American History 68 (June 1981): 16-34.

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on slavery (ten items).

Onwood, Maurice. “Impulse and Honor: the Place of Slave and Master in the Ideology of.” Plantation Society 1 (Feb. 1979): 31-56.

Rosenberg, Norman L. “Personal Liberty Laws and Sectional Crisis: 1850-1861.” Civil War History 17 (March 1971): 25-44.

Schafer, Judith Kelleher. “New Orleans Slavery in 1850 as Seen in Advertisements.” Journal of Southern History 47 (Feb. 1981): 33-56.

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Morrison, Michael. “Extending the Area of Freedom: Progress, Expansion, and the American Whig Party” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from contemporary documents, 1848-1858 (fifty-six pieces).

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Sibley, Joel H. “After ‘The First Northern Victory’: the Republican Party Comes to Congress, 1855-1856” (paper presented before the SHA, 1987) (typescript).

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Ellis, Richard E. “The Nullification Crisis and State Constitutional Reform in the South, 1829-1836” (paper presented before the OAH, 1980) (typescript).

Harris, J. William. “Last of the Classical Republicans: an Interpretation of John C. Calhoun.” Civil War History 30 (Sept. 1984): 255-67.

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Baringer, William E. “The Politics of Abolition: Salmon P. Chase in Cincinnati.” Cincinnati Historical Society Bulletin 29.2 (Summer 1972): 79-99.

Cox, LaWanda. “Emancipation as Political Process” (paper presented before the Conference on the First and Second Reconstructions, UMSL, St. Louis, 16 Feb. 1978) (typescript).

Curry, Richard O., and Lawrence B. Goodheart, ed. “The Complexities of Factionalism: Letters of Elizur Wright, Jr. on the Abolitionist Schism, 1837-1840.” Civil War History 29 (Sept. 1983): 245-59.

Freudenberger, Herman, and Jonathan B. Pritchett. “The Domestic United States Slave Trade: New Evidence.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 21 (Winter 1991): 447-77.

Freudenberger, Herman, and Jonathan B. Pritchett. “A Peculiar Sample: the Selection of Slaves for the New Orleans Market.” Journal of Economic History 52 (March 1992): 109-27.

Gamble, Douglas A. ” Abolitionists in the West: Some Suggestions for Study.” Civil War History 23 (March 1977): 52-68.

Huston, James L. “The Experiential Basis of the Northern Antislavery Impulse.” Journal of Southern History 56 (Dec. 1990): 609-40.

Loveland, Anne C. “Evangelism and ‘Immediate Emancipation’ in American Antislavery Thought.” Journal of Southern History 32 (May 1966): 172-88.

McInerney, Daniel J. “‘A State of Commerce’: Market Power and Slave Power in Abolitionist Political Economy.” Civil War History 37.2 (1991): 101-19.

Pease, Jane H., and William H. Pease. “Ends, Means, and Attitudes: Black-White Conflict in the Antislavery Movement.” Civil War History 18 (June 1972): 117-28.

Stewart, James Brewer. “Peaceful Hopes and Violent Experiences: the Evolution of Reforming and Radical Abolitionism, 1831-1837.” Civil War History 17 (Dec. 1971): 293-309.

Teed, Paul. “Racial Nationalism and Its Challengers: Theodore Parker, John Rock, and the Antislavery Movement.” Civil War History 41 (June 1995): 142-60.

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Allen, Jeffrey Brooke. “Were Southern White Critics of Slavery Racists? Kentucky and the Upper South, 1791-1824.” Journal of Southern History 44 (May 1978): 169-90.

Alpert, Jonathan L. “The Origin of Slavery in the United States: the Maryland Precedent.” American Journal of Legal History 14 (July 1970): 189-221.

Anderson, Ralph V., and Robert E. Gallman. “Slaves as Fixed Capital: Slave Labor and Southern Economic Development.” Journal of American History 64 (June 1977): 24-46.

Bailey, David Thomas. “A Divided Prism: Two Sources of Black Testimony on Slavery.” Journal of Southern History 46 (Aug. 1980): 381-404.

Berlin, Ira. “Time, Space, and the Evolution of Afro-American Society on British Mainland North America.” American Historical Review 85 (Feb. 1980): 44-78.

Berwanger, Eugene H. “Western Prejudice and the Extension of Slavery.” Civil War History 12 (Sept. 1966): 197-212.

Bestor, Arthur. “State Sovereignty and Slavery: a Reinterpretation of Proslavery Constitutional Doctrine, 1846-1860.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 54 (Summer 1961): 117-80.

Boskin, Joseph. “Race Relations in Seventeenth Century America: the Problem of the Origins of Negro Slavery.” Sociology and Social Research 49 (July 1965): 446-55.

Brady, Patrick S. “The Slave Trade and Sectionalism in South Carolina, 1787-1808.” Journal of Southern History 38 (Oct. 1972): 601-20.

Calderhead, William. “The Role of the Professional Slave Trader in a Slave Economy: Austin Woolfolk, a Case Study.” Civil War History 23 (Sept. 1977): 195-212.

Cardoso, Jack J. “Southern Reaction to The Impending Crisis.” Civil War History 16 (March 1970): 5-17.

Chalmers, David M. “Race and Racial Thinking (review of Woodward’s American Counterpoint and Frederickson’s Black Image in the White Mind).” New York Historical Quarterly Review 56 (April 1972): 155-61.

Cohen, William. “Thomas Jefferson and the Problem of Slavery.” Journal of American History 56 (Dec. 1969): 503-26.

Conrad, Alfred H, et al. “Slavery as an Obstacle to Economic Growth in the United States: a Panel Discussion.” Journal of Economic History 27 (Dec. 1967): 518-60.

Daniel, Pete. “The Metamorphosis of Slavery, 1865-1900.” Journal of American History 66 (June 1979): 88-99.

Davis, D.B. “Slavery and the Idea of Progress” (paper presented before the OAH, 1979) (typescript).

Davis, D.B. Was Thomas Jefferson an Authentic Enemy of Slavery? An Inaugural Lecture Delivered before the University of Oxford on 18 February 1970 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1970) (pamphlet).

Degler, Carl N. “Racism in the United States: an Essay Review.” Journal of Southern History 38 (Feb. 1972): 101-8.

Detweiler, Philip F. “Congressional Debate on Slavery and the Declaration of Independence, 1819-1821.” American Historical Review 63 (April 1958): 598-616.

Dew, Charles B. “Disciplining Slave Ironworkers in the Antebellum South: Coercion, Conciliation, and Accommodation.” American Historical Review 79 (April 1974): 393-418.

Donald, David. “The Proslavery Argument Reconsidered.” Journal of Southern History 37 (Feb. 1971): 3-18.

Evans, William McKee. “From the Land of Canaan to the Land of Guinea: the Strange Odyssey of the “Sons of Ham.” American Historical Review 85 (Feb. 1980): 15-43.

Finkelman, Paul. “Northern Labor Law and Southern Slave Law: the Application of the Fellow Servant Rule to Slaves.” National Black Law Journal 11 (1989): 212-32.

Finkelman, Paul. “Slavery at the Philadelphia Convention.” This Constitution 18 (Spring/Summer 1988): 25-30.

Fogel, Robert W., and Stanley L. Engerman. “Explaining the Relative Efficiency of Slave Agriculture in the Antebellum South: Reply” (typescript, 1979).

Friedman, Lawrence J. “The Search for Docility: Racial Thought in the White South, 1861-1917.” Phylon 31 (1970): 313-23.

Genovese, Eugene D. “Race and Class in Southern History: an Appraisal of the Work of Ulrich Bonnell Phillips.” Agricultural History 41 (Oct. 1967): 345-58.

Genovese, Eugene D. “Slavery in the Legal History of the South and the Nation (review of Finkelman’s An Imperfect Union, Hindus’ Prison and Plantation, and Tushnet’s American Law of Slavery).” Texas Law Review 59 (1981): 969-98.

Genovese, Eugene D., and Elizabeth Fox-Genovese. “The Slave Economies in Political Perspective.” Journal of American History 66 (June 1979): 7-23.

Haller, John S. “The Physician Versus the Negro: Medical and Anthropological Concepts of Race in the Late Nineteenth Century.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44 (March-April 1970): 154-67.

Hindus, Michael S. “Black Justice Under White Law: Criminal Prosecutions of Blacks in Antebellum South Carolina.” Journal of American History 43 (Dec. 1976): 575-99.

Horowitz, Harold W. “Choice-of-Law Decisions Involving Slavery: ‘Interest Analysis’ in the Early Nineteenth Century.” UCLA Law Review 17 (1970): 587-601.

Howington, Arthur F. “‘Not in the Condition of a Horse or an Ox’: Ford v. Ford, the Law of Testamentary Manumission, and the Tennessee Court’s {sic} Recognition of Slave Humanity.” Tennessee Historical Quarterly 34 (Feb. 1975): 249-63.

Jentz, John. “A Note on Genovese’s Account of the Slaves’ Religion.” Civil War History 23 (June 1977): 161-69.

Jones, Howard. “The Peculiar Institution and National Honor: The Case of the Creole Slave Revolt.” Civil War History 21 (March 1975): 28-50.

Lowe, Richard, and Randolph Campbell. “Slave Property and the Distribution of Wealth in Texas, 1860.” Journal of American History 63 (Sept. 1976): 316-24.

MacMaster, Richard K. “Liberty or Property? The Methodists Petition for Emancipation in Virginia, 1785.” Methodist History 10 (Oct. 1971): 44-55.

Mathews, Donald G. “The Methodist Mission to the Slaves, 1829-1844.” Journal of American History 51 (March 1965): 615-30.

Meier, August. “Old Wine in New Bottles: a Review of Time on the Cross.” Civil War History 20 (Sept. 1974): 251-60.

Morrow, Ralph E. “The Proslavery Argument Revisited.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 48 (June 1961): 79-94.

Nash, A.E. Keir. “A More Equitable Past? Southern Supreme Courts and the Protection of the Antebellum Negro.” North Carolina Law Review 48 (1970): 197-242.

Ohline, Howard A. “Slavery, Economics, and Congressional Politics, 1790.” Journal of Southern History 46 (Aug. 1980): 335-60.

Olsen, Otto H. “Historians and the Extent of Slave Ownership in the Southern United States.” Civil War History 18 (June 1972): 101-16.

Parish, John C. “A Project for a California Slave Colony in 1851.” Huntington Library Bulletin 8 (Oct. 1935): 171-5.

Pease, Jane H. “A Note on Patterns of Conspicuous Consumption Among Seaboard Planters, 1820-1860.” Journal of Southern History 35 (Aug. 1969): 381-93.

Plantation Society in the Americas 1.1 (Feb. 1979) (whole issue).

Rachleff, Marshall, ed. “Economic Self Interest Versus Racial Control: Mobile’s Protest Against the Jailing of Black Seamen.” Civil War History 25 (March 1979): 84-88.

Ruchames, Louis. “The Sources of Racial Thought in Colonial America.” Journal of Negro History 52 (Oct. 1967): 251-72.

Scarborough, William K. “The Southern Plantation Overseer: a Re-evaluation.” Agricultural History 38.1 (1964): 13-20.

Scheiber, Harry N. “Black Is Computable: the Controversy Over Time on the Cross and the History of American Slavery.” American Scholar 44 (Autumn 1975): 656-73.

Schwarz, Philip J. “Gabriel’s Challenge: Slaves and Crime in Late Eighteenth-Century Virginia.” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 90 (July 1982): 283-309.

Schweninger, Loren. “The Free-Slave Phenomenon: James P. Thomas and the Black Community in Ante-Bellum Nashville.” Civil War History 22 (Dec. 1976): 293-307.

Schweninger, Loren. “John H. Rapier, Sr.: a Slave and Freedman in the Ante-Bellum South.” Civil War History 20 (March 1974): 23-34.

Sellers, Charles Grief. “The Travail of Slavery.” In his The Southerner as American (U North Carolina, 1960): 15-42.

Shalhope, Robert E. “Race, Class, Slavery, and the Antebellum Southern Mind.” Journal of Southern History 37 (Nov. 1971): 557-74.

Sheldon, Marianne Buroff. “Black-White Relations in Richmond, Virginia, 1782-1820.” Journal of Southern History 45 (Feb. 1979): 27-44.

Stampp, Kenneth M. “The Historian and Southern Negro Slavery.” American Historical Review 57 (April 1952): 613-24.

Starobin, Robert S. “Privileged Bondsmen and the Process of Accommodation: the Role of House servants and Drivers as Seen in Their Own Letters.” Journal of Social History 5 (Fall 1971): 46-70.

Toplin, Robert Brent. “Between Black and White: Attitudes Toward Southern Mulattoes, 1830-1861.” Journal of Southern History 45 (May 1979): 185-200.

Townes, A. Jane. “The Effect of Emancipation on Large Landholdings, Nelson and Goochland Counties, Virginia.” Journal of Southern History 45 (Aug. 1979): 403-12.

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Konefsky, Alfred S. “‘As Best to Their Own Interests’: Lemuel Shaw, Labor Conspiracy, and Fellow Servants.” Law and History Review 7 (Spring 1989): 219-39.

Tomlins, Christopher. “Authority, Subordination, Law: Subjects for Labor History” (paper presented before OAH, 1995) (typescript).

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Boles, J.B. “A Draft of a Prospectus for a Book to be Entitled The Other Southerners: Blacks Before Reconstruction” (typescript, n.d.).

Calderhead, William. “How Extensive Was the Border State Slave Trade? A New Look.” Civil War History 18 (March 1972): 42-55.

Ellefson, C. Ashley. “Free Jupiter and the Rest of the World: the Problems of a Free Negro in Colonial Maryland.” Maryland Historical Magazine 66 (Spring 1971): 1-14.

Finkelman, Paul. “Prigg v. Pennsylvania and Northern State Courts: Anti-Slavery Use of a Pro-Slavery Decision.” Civil War History 25 (March 1979): 5-35.

Hadden, Sally E. “Slave Patrols in North Carolina: Personnel, Practices and Pragmatism” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1991) (typescript).

Johnson, Kenneth R. “Slavery and Racism in Florence, Alabama, 1841-1862.” Civil War History 27 (June 1981): 155-71.

Soifer, . “Status, Contract, and Promises .” Yale Law Journal 96 (July 1987): 1916-59.

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Gallay, Alan. “The Origins of Slaveholders’ Paternalism: George Whitefield, the Bryan Family, and the Great Awakening in the South.” Journal of Southern History 53 (Aug. 1987): 369-94.

Litwack, Leon F. “Trouble in Mind: the Bicentennial and the Afro-American Experience.” Journal of American History 74 (Sept. 1987): 315-37.

Morris, Thomas D. “‘Villeinage…as it existed in England, reflects but little light on our subject’: The Problem of the ‘Sources’ of Southern Slave Law.” American Journal of Legal History 32 (April 1988): 95-137.

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Eaton, Clement. “Slave-Hiring in the Upper South: a Step toward Freedom.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 46 (March 1960): 663-78.

Finkelman, Paul. “Evading the Ordinance: the Persistence of Bondage in Indiana and Illinois.” Journal of the Early Republic 9 (Spring 1989): 21-51.

Savitt, Todd L. “Slave Life Insurance in Virginia and North Carolina.” Journal of Southern History 43 (Nov. 1977): 583-600.

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Stirn, James R. “Urgent Gradualism: the Case of the American Union for the Relief and Improvement of the Colored Race.” Civil War History 25 (Dec. 1979): 309-28.

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Avillo, Philip J. “Property and Race: the Dilemma of Slave-State Republican Congressmen and the Origins of Reconstruction, 1863-1867.” Southern Studies 23 (Summer 1984): 125-44.

Cottrol, Robert J. “Clashing Traditions: Civil Law and Common Law and the American Culture of Slave Governance (review of Morris’ Southern Slavery and the Law and Schafer’s Slavery, the Civil Law, and the Supreme Court of Louisiana).” Slavery and Abolition 19 (April 1998): 150-57.

Finkelman, Paul. “The Protection of Black Rights in Seward’s New York.” Civil War History 34 (Sept. 1988): 211-34.

Kaczorowski, Robert J. “The Tragic Irony of American Federalism: National Sovereignty Versus State Sovereignty in Slavery and in Freedom.” Kansas Law Review 45 (1997): 1015-43.

Penningroth, Dylan. “Slavery, Freedom, and Social Claims to Property among African Americans in Liberty County, Georgia, 1850-1880.” Journal of American History (Sept. 1997): 405-35.

Schwabach, Aaron. “Jefferson and Slavery.” Thomas Jefferson Law Review 19 (1997): 63-90.

White, Shane. “‘We Dwell in Safety and Pursue Our Honest Callings’: Free Blacks in New York City, 1783-1810.” Journal of American History 75 (Sept. 1988): 445-70.

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Wennersten, John R. “The Black Land Grant Schools in the South, 1890-1917: a Study in Failure” (paper presented before the AHA, 1986) (typescript).

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Crawford, Martin, ed. “Politicians in Crisis: the Washington Letters of William S. Thayer, December 1860-March 1861.” Civil War History 27 (Sept. 1981): 231-47.

Lebergott, Stanley. “Why the South Lost: Commercial Purpose in the Confederacy, 1861-1865.” Journal of American History 70 (1983): 58-74.

Miscellaneous excerpts from publications 1860-1890 (200+ pieces).

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“The Civil War” (chapter 15 of book draft, n.d.) (typescript).

“Civil War and Reconstruction” (second draft, no source, n.d.) (typescript).

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Blustein, Bonnie Ellen. “‘To Increase the Efficiency of the Medical Department’: a New Approach to U.S. Civil War Medicine.” Civil War History 33 (March 1987): 22-41.

Freeman, Frank R. “Lincoln Finds a Surgeon General: William A. Hammond and the Transformation of the Union Army Medical Bureau.” Civil War History 33 (March 1987): 5-21.

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War era documents (sixty-eight pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War and Reconstruction Era documents on Stanton (100+ pieces).

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Fishel, Edwin C. “Pinkerton and McClellan: Who Deceived Whom?” Civil War History 34 (June 1988): 115-42.

Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War and Reconstruction Era documents on McClellan (100+ pieces).

Sears, Stephen W. “The Curious Case of General McClellan’s Memoirs.” Civil War History 34 (June 1988): 101-14.

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents on health issues (seven pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents on sanitation issues (seven pieces).

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Sumner, Charles. Excerpt from note to Horatio Woodman, 19 March 1862.

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of January 1862 (five pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of February 1862 (twenty-two pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of March 1862 (four pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of April 1862 (nine pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of May 1862 (seventy-two pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of June 1862 (forty-five pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of July 1862 (seventy-nine pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of August 1862 (forty-one pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of September 1862 (forty-seven pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of October 1862 (sixty-two pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents of November 1862 (twenty-four pieces).

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Bogue, Allan G. “William Parker Cutler’s Congressional Diary of 1862-63.” Civil War History 33 (Dec. 1987): 315-30.

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Niemann (?). “With Liberty for Some: the Old Constitution and Black Rights, 1776-1860” (unpublished book chapter, 1988) (typescript).

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Foner, Philip S., and George E. Walker, ed. Excerpt from their Proceedings of the Black State Conventions, 1840-1865, volume II (Temple UP, 1975).

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Fishel, Leslie H. “The Negro in Northern Politics, 1870-1900.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 42 (Dec. 1955): 466-89.

Gerber, David A. “A Politics of Limited Options: Toward a Conceptualization of Northern Black Politics, 1870 to the Great Migration and the World War” (paper presented before the OAH, 1978) (typescript).

Harlan, Louis R. “Booker T. Washington and the Voice of the Negro, 1904-1907.” Journal of Southern History 45 (Feb. 1979): 45-62.

Lewis, Elsie M. “The Political Mind of the Negro, 1865-1900.” Journal of Southern History 21 (May 1955): 189-202.

Magdol, Edward. “The Emergence of Local Black Leaders During Reconstruction” (paper presented before the OAH, 1972) (typescript).

Meier, August. “Negroes in the First and Second Reconstructions of the South.” Civil War History 13 (June 1967): 114-30.

Shofner, Jerrell H. “Militant Negro Laborers in Reconstruction Florida.” Journal of Southern History 39 (Aug. 1973): 397-408.

Woodman, Harold D. “Sequel to Slavery: the New History Views the  South.” Journal of Southern History 43 (Nov. 1977): 523-54.

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Miscellaneous notes on slaves as contraband (three pieces).

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Deming, Henry C. Speech before Congress on Lincoln’s annual message to Congress. Congressional Globe, 38th Congress, 1st Session (27 Feb. 1864): 854-56.

Durden, Robert F. “A. Lincoln: Honkie or Equalitarian?” South Atlantic Quarterly 71 (Summer 1972): 281-91.

Oates, Stephen B. “‘The Man of Our Redemption’: Abraham Lincoln and the Emancipation of the Slaves.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 9 (Winter 1978): 15-25.

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Abbott, Richard H. “Massachusetts and the Recruitment of Southern Negroes, 1863-1865.” Civil War History 14 (Sept. 1968): 197-210.

Dibble, Ernest F. “Slave Rentals to the Military: Pensacola and the Gulf Coast.” Civil War History 23 (June 1977): 101-13.

Fuke, Richard Paul. “A Reform Mentality: Federal Policy Toward Black Marylanders, 1864-1868.” Civil War History 22 (Sept. 1976): 214-35.

Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents on abolitionism (seven pieces).

Mohr, Clarence L. “Before Sherman: Georgia Blacks and the Union War Effort, 1861-1864.” Journal of Southern History 45 (Aug. 1979): 331-52.

Neely, Mark E. “Abraham Lincoln and Black Colonization: Benjamin Butler’s Spurious Testimony.” Civil War History 25 (March 1979): 77-83.

Perry, Charles M., ed. Excerpts from his Henry Philip Tappan (Ann Arbor: U Michigan, 1933).

Seifman, Eli. “Education or Emigration: the Schism Within the African Colonization Movement, 1865-1875.” History of Education Quarterly (Spring 1967): 36-57.

Strickland, Arvarh E. “The Illinois Background of Lincoln’s Attitude Toward Slavery and the Negro.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 56 (Aug. 1963): 474-94.

Westwood, Howard C. “Captive Black Union Soldiers in Charleston–What To Do?” Civil War History 28 (March 1982): 28-44.

Zoellner, Robert H. “Negro Colonization: The Climate of Opinion Surrounding Lincoln, 1860-65.” Mid-America 42 (July 1960): 131-50.

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Belz, Herman. “Protection of Personal Liberty in Republican Emancipation Legislation of 1862.” Journal of Southern History 42 (Aug. 1976): 385-400.

Boritt, G.S. “The Voyage to the Colony of Linconia: the Sixteenth President, Black Colonization, and the Defense Mechanism of Avoidance.” The Historian 37 (Aug. 1975): 619-32.

Dicey, Edward. “The Proclamation and the Border States.” In his Spectator of America, ed. Herbert Mitgang (U Georgia, 1989).

Garrison, William Lloyd. Letter to B. Cheever, 9 Sept. 1861.

Hart, Charles Desmond. “Why Lincoln Said ‘No’: Congressional Attitudes on Slavery Expansion, 1860-1861.” Social Science Quarterly (Dec. 1968): 732-41.

Klement, Frank L. “Midwestern Opposition to Lincoln’s Emancipation Policy.” Journal of Negro History 49 (July 1964): 169-83.

Krug, Mark M. “The Republican Party and the Emancipation Proclamation.” Journal of Negro History 48 (April 1963): 98-114.

Miscellaneous excerpts from contemporary documents on Emancipation (sixteen pieces).

Williams, Lorraine A. “Northern Intellectual Reaction to the Policy of Emancipation.” Journal of Negro History 46 (July 1961): 174-88.

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Belz, Herman. “Law, Politics, and Race in the Struggle for Equal Pay During the Civil War.” Civil War History 22 (Sept. 1976): 197-213.

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Wilson, Keith. “Thomas Webster and the ‘Free Military School for Applicants for Commands of Colored Troops’.” Civil War History 29 (1983): 101-22.

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Holmes, Dwight Oliver Wendell. “The Freedmen’s Bureau.” In his The Evolution of the Negro College (NY: Columbia University Teachers College Press, 1934).

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Miller, Wilbur R. “Reconstruction and the Political Context of Political Policing” (paper presented before the ACJS, 1983) (typescript).

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Cohen, William. “Black Immobility and Free Labor: the Freedmen’s Bureau and the Relocation of Black Labor, 1865-1868.” Civil War History 30 (Sept. 1984): 221-34.

McFeely, William S. “The Freedmen’s Bureau and the Contract Labor System” (paper presented before the SHA, 1968) (typescript).

Moreno, Paul. “Racial Classifications and Reconstruction Legislation” (paper submitted to the Journal of Southern History Feb. 1993; published May 1995) (typescript).

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Office of the Provost Marshall, Virginia. Miscellaneous Civil War documents 1864-65 (eleven pieces).

Walker, Cam. “Corinth: the Story of a Contraband Camp.” Civil War History 20 (March 1974): 5-22.

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Cimbala, Paul A. “The Freedmen’s Bureau and Black Land Acquisition in Reconstruction Georgia, 1865-1869” (paper presented before the OAH, 1985) (typescript).

Fuke, Richard Paul. “‘Limited Access’: Rural Blacks and the Land in Post-Emancipation Maryland” (paper presented before the OAH, 1985) (typescript).

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Leland, C.G. “Up and Act.” Continental Monthly 2 (Sept. 1862): 314-17.

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“J.R.S.” “Has Our War Been a Failure Morally?” Round Table 3 (16 Sept. 1865): 25.

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Johnson, Ludwell H. “Northern Profit and Profiteers: the Cotton Rings of 1864-1865.” Civil War History 12 (June 1966): 101-15.

Olcott, Henry S. “The War’s Carnival of Fraud.” Annals of the War (Philadelphia: Times Publishing Co., 1879): 705-16.

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A Brief Statement Concerning Claims for Captured or Abandoned Property, with an Appendix Containing the Acts of Congress, Proclamations of the President, and the Decisions of the Supreme Court Relating to the Subject (Judd & Detweiler, Printers, n.d.) (pamphlet).

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Bernath, Stuart L. “British Neutrality and the Civil War Prize Cases.” Civil War History 15 (Dec. 1969): 320-31.

Bernath, Stuart L. “Squall Across the Atlantic: the Peterhoff Episode.” Journal of Southern History 34 (Aug. 1968): 382-401.

Brauer, Kinley J. “British Mediation and the American Civil War: a Reconsideration.” Journal of Southern History 38 (Feb. 1972): 49-64.

Dashew, Doris W. “The Story of an Illusion: the Plan to Trade the Alabama Claims for Canada.” Civil War History 15 (Dec. 1969): 332-48.

Graebner, Norman A. “Northern Diplomacy and European Neutrality.” In David Donald, ed., Why the North Won the Civil War (LSU, 1960).

Henry, Milton Lyman. “Henry Winter Davis and the Radical Republican Use of Foreign Policy” (paper presented before the OAH, 1973) (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes on Civil War diplomacy (seven pieces).

Reid, Robert L., ed. “William E. Gladstone’s ‘Insincere Neutrality’ During the Civil War.” Civil War History 15 (Dec. 1969): 293-307.

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Levine, Peter. “Draft Evasion in the North During the Civil War, 1863-1865.” Journal of American History 67 (March 1981): 816-34.

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Miscellaneous excerpts from 19th C. documents on U.S. slavery (twelve pieces).

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Chandler, Robert J. “Crushing Dissent: the Pacific Coast Tests Lincoln’s Policy of Suppression, 1862.” Civil War History 30 (Sept. 1984): 235-54.

Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents (three pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents (twenty-five pieces).

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Curry, Richard O. “The Union As It Was: a Critique of Recent Interpretations of the ‘Copperheads’.” Civil War History 13 (March 1967): 25-39.

Klement, Frank L. “Carrington and the Golden Circle Legend in Indiana During the Civil War.” Indiana Magazine of History 61 (March 1965): 31-52.

Lucie, Patricia. “Individual Rights and Constitutional Powers: the Impact of the Civil War” (unpublished manuscript, 1998).

Mason, Charles, ed. Excerpts from his Life and Letters of Charles Mason, Chief Justice of Iowa, 1804-1882 (Washington: Privately Printed, 1939).

Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents (eleven pieces).

Wubben, H.H. “Copperhead Charles Mason: a Question of Loyalty.” Civil War History 24 (March 1978): 46-65.

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Adjutant General’s Office, War Department. General Orders No. 3, 12 Jan. 1866 (original document, fragile).

Epilogue. 1865, April 14.–Night. Murder!–Sequel to All the Actions of and Traitors–Lincoln Assassinated–Words Insufficient to Brand the Murderer and His Incentives. Washington, April 16, 1865 (original document, one sheet, fragile).

Head Quarters, Department of Florida. General Orders No. 28, 27 April 1866 (original document, fragile).

Head Quarters, Department of the Missouri. General Orders No. 50, 15 June 1863.

Head Quarters Post, Chattanooga, Tennessee. General Orders No. 12, 11 March 1867 (original document, fragile).

Head Quarters, Provost Marshal’s Office, Eastern Shore of Virginia. Circular concerning Special Order No. 81, 23 Dec. 1864 (original document, fragile).

Head Quarters, Sub-District of Mississippi. General Orders No. 20, 6 Dec. 1867 (original document, fragile).

Head Quarters, Sub-District of Mississippi. General Orders No. 23, 17 Dec. 1867 (original document, fragile).

Notice of stock forfeiture, 1 March 1864 (original document, fragile).

Office Assistant Commissioner for the State of Mississippi, Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands. General Orders No. 55, 11 Nov. 1867 (original document, fragile).

Permit of Provost Marshall to pass from Louisville to Owensboro, Kentucky, 13 Dec. 1861 (original document, fragile).

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General Regulations for the Purchase of Products of the Insurrectionary States on Government Account (original 1865? document, fragile).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents (forty-three pieces).

Volpe, Vernon L. “John and Jessie Fremont’s Emancipation Policy in Missouri” (paper presented before the OAH, 1991) (typescript).

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Castel, Albert. “Quantrill’s Bushwhackers: a Case Study in Partisan Warfare.” Civil War History 13 (March 1967): 40-50.

Miscellaneous documents from and concerning the Provost Marshal’s Office, 1863-65 (seven pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents (one piece).

“War, a Civilizer.” The Educational Monthly 1 (July 1864): 201-04.

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Miscellaneous excerpts from documents on General Halleck (fourteen pieces).

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Fowler, Dorothy. “Postal Censorship During the Civil War.” In her  Congress and the Post Office (U Georgia, 1977).

Johnson, Ludwell H. “Jefferson Davis and Abraham Lincoln as War Presidents: Nothing Succeeds Like Success.” Civil War History 27 (March 1981): 49-63.

Paul, James C., and Murray L. Swartz. “Nineteenth-Century Anti-Obscenity Law.” In their Federal Censorship (Free Press, 1961).

Tenney, Craig D. “To Suppress or Not to Suppress: Abraham Lincoln and the Chicago Times.” Civil War History 27 (Sept. 1981): 248-59.

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Butler, Benjamin F. Excerpt from interview on Civil War prisoners, March 1867 (one piece)

Jervey, Edward D. “Prison Life Among the Rebels: Recollections of a Union Chaplain.” Civil War History 34 (March 1988): 22-45.

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Excerpts from conversations between John C. Ropes and Edwin M. Stanton, Sept. 1869 (one piece).

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Huston, James L. “Facing an Angry Labor: the American Public Interprets the Shoemakers’ Strike of 1860.” Civil War History 28 (Sept. 1982): 197-212.

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era documents on General Charles Pomeroy Stone (eleven pieces).

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Miscellaneous excerpts from documents on Civil War campaigns, 1861-62 (twelve pieces).

Swank, James M. “A Remarkable Letter by Secretary Stanton Written in 1862.” The Magazine of History 16 (April 1913): 165-68.

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Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War and Reconstruction Era documents on Edwin M. Stanton (100+ pieces).

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“Military Schools.” American Educational Monthly I (April 1864): 115-16.

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Notes on military affairs in Tennessee, 1862 (four pieces).

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Notes on post-Civil War Era politics (two pieces).

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Chandler, Robert J. “The Release of the Chapman Pirates: a California Sidelight on Lincoln’s Amnesty Policy.” Civil War History 23 (June 1977): 129-43.

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Davis, Cullom. “Crucible of Statesmanship: the Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln” (paper presented before the International Conference on Abraham Lincoln, Taipei, Nov. 11-15, 1989) (typescript).

Johannsen, Robert W. Lincoln and the South in 1860 (Fort Wayne, IN: Louis A. Warren Lincoln Library and Museum, 1989) (pamphlet).

Miscellaneous notes and excerpts on Lincoln and his cabinet (twenty-eight pieces).

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Banker, Charles A. Salmon P. Chase, Legal Counsel for Fugitive Slaves: Antislavery Ideology as a Lawyer’s Creation (thesis, Rice University, 1986).

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Guinnane, Timothy W., Harvey S. Rosen, and Kristen L. Willard. “Messages from ‘The Den of Wild Beasts’: Greenback Prices as Commentary on the Union’s Prospects.” Civil War History 41 (Dec. 1995): 313-28.

Linden, Glenn M. “‘Radical’ Political and Economic Policies: the Senate, 1873-1877.” Civil War History 14 (Sept. 1968): 240-49.

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Homans, J. Smith, ed. The Bankers’ Magazine and Statistical Register (complete issue, March 1864).

Miscellaneous notes on Gelpcke v the City of Dubuque (two pieces).

Mister, James F. “Railroad Aid Bonds in the Supreme Court of the United States.” American Law Register 26 (April 1878): 209-22.

Poll, Clifford A. The United States Supreme Court and the Iowa Railroad Bond Controversy: Gelpcke v. the City of Dubuque (thesis, Southern Illinois University, 1970) (typescript).

“The Rule in Gelpcke v Dubuque.” American Law Review 9 (April 1875): 381-410.

White, Thomas Raeburn. “Some Recent Criticism of Gelpcke versus Dubuque.” American Law Register 47 (old series) (Aug. 1899): 473-669.

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“Abraham Lincoln.” Living Age (4 March 1911): 572-75.

Barzun, Jacques. Lincoln’s Philosophic Vision (21st Annual Robert Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture). Gettysburg College, 1982 (pamphlet).

Basler, Roy P. President Lincoln Helps His Old Friends (Springfield, IL: Abraham Lincoln Association, 1977) (pamphlet).

Belz, Herman. Lincoln and the Constitution: the Dictatorship Question Reconsidered (The Seventh Annual R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture Delivered at Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1994) (pamphlet).

Berwanger, Eugene H. “Lincoln’s Constitutional Dilemma: Emancipation and Black Suffrage.” Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association 5 (1983): 25-38.

Bestor, Arthur. “The American Civil War as a Constitutional Crisis.” American Historical Review 69 (Jan. 1964): 327-52.

Bisson, Thomas N. “The Military Origins of Medieval Representation.” American Historical Review 71 (July 1966): 1199-1218.

Boritt, Gabor S. Abraham Lincoln: War Opponent and War President (The Inaugural Lecture of the Robert C. Fluhrer Chair in Civil War Studies). Gettysburg College, 1988 (pamphlet).

Boritt, Gabor S. “Was Lincoln a Vulnerable Candidate in 1860?” Civil War History 27 (March 1981): 32-48.

“A Brief Historical Sketch of the Origins of Emergency Powers Now in Force.” House of Representatives, 93rd Congress, 2nd Session (Doc. 93-273). GPO, 1974.

Bruce, Robert V. Lincoln and the Riddle of Death (Fourth Annual R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture Delivered at Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1981) (pamphlet).

Cain, Marvin R. “A ‘Face of Battle’ Needed: an Assessment of Motives and Men in Civil War Historiography.” Civil War History 28 (March 1982): 5-27.

Capps, Donald. “Lincoln’s Martyrdom: a Study of Exemplary Mythic Patterns.” In Frank E. Reynolds and Donald Capps, ed., The Biographical Press: Studies in the History and Psychology of Religion (The Hague: Mouton, 1976).

Carnahan, Burrus M. “Lincoln, Lieber, and the Laws of War: the Origins and Limits of the Principle of Military Necessity.” American Journal of International Law 92 (April 1998): 213-31.

Clous, Brigadier-General John W. “Military Government and Martial Law.” Journal of the Military Service Institution of the United States 28 (Jan.-Feb. 1906): 147-58.

Cole, Arthur C. “President Lincoln and the Illinois Radical Republicans.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 4 (March 1918): 417-36.

Conkling, Alfred. Excerpts from his The Powers of the Executive Department in the United States (1866).

Cunliffe, Marcus. The Doubled Images of Lincoln and Washington (26th Annual Robert Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture). Gettysburg College, 1988 (pamphlet).

Curtis, Benjamin R. Executive Power (Boston: Little, Brown, 1862) (pamphlet) (see also Kirkland, below).

Curtis, Michael Kent. “Lincoln, Vallandigham, and Anti-War Speech in the Civil War.” William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal 7 (1998): 105-91.

De Chambrun, Adolphe. “Preface” and excerpts from his The Executive Power in the United States: a Study of Constitutional Law. Tr. from the original French by Mrs. Madeleine Vinton Dahlgren. (Lancaster, PA: Inquirer Printing and Publishing Company, 1874).

Degler, Carl N. One Among Many: the Civil War in Comparative Perspective (29th Annual Robert Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture). Gettysburg College, 1990 (pamphlet).

Dennison, George M. “Martial Law: the Development of a Theory of Emergency Powers, 1776-1861.” American Journal of Legal History 18 (1974): 52-79.

Dicey, Edward. “Notabilities of Washington [Abraham Lincoln].” In his Spectator of America, ed. Herbert Mitgang (U Georgia, 1989).

Dicey, Edward. “Political Speculations.” In his Spectator of America, ed. Herbert Mitgang (U Georgia, 1989).

Dowd, Morgan D. “Lincoln, the Rule of Law and Crisis Government: a Study of His Constitutional Law Theories.” University of Detroit Law Journal 39 (June 1962): 633-49.

Fehrenbacher, Don E. The Changing Image of Lincoln in American Historiography. An Inaugural Lecture Delivered Before the University of Oxford on 21 May 1968 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1968) (pamphlet).

Fehrenbacher, Don E. “Lincoln and the Constitution.” In Cullom Davis, ed., The Public and Private Lincoln: Contemporary Perspectives (SIU Press, 1979).

Fehrenbacher, Don E. “Lincoln and the Weight of Responsibility.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 68 (Feb. 1975): 45-56.

Fehrenbacher, Don E. The Minor Affair: an Adventure in Forgery and Deception (Second Annual R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture Delivered at Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1980) (pamphlet).

Gabriel, Ralph H. “American Experience With Military Government.” American Political Science Review 37 (June 1943): 417-38.

George, Joseph. “‘Abraham Africanus I’: President Lincoln Through the Eyes of a Copperhead Editor.” Civil War History 14 (Sept. 1968): 226-39.

Graebner, David. Excerpts from unknown source on “the nature of belligerent occupation” (n.d.).

“Guide to the Writing of American Military History” (Appendix from unknown source, n.d.).

Guttman, Allen. “Political Ideals and the Military Ethic.” American Scholar 34 (Spring 1965): 221-37.

Hagerman, Edward. “From Jomini to Dennis Hart Mahan: the Evolution of Trench Warfare and the American Civil War.” Civil War History 13 (Sept. 1967): 197-220.

Handlin, Oscar. The Road to Gettysburg (25th Annual Robert Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture). Gettysburg College, 1986 (pamphlet).

Hattaway, Herman, and Archer Jones. “Lincoln as Military Strategist.” Civil War History 26 (Dec. 1980): 293-303.

Henry, Rev. Dr. C. S. “Retrospective.” Continental Monthly 5 (Jan. 1864): 1-8.

Hurst, Willard. “Practical Construction of the War Power (review of Sofaer’s War, Foreign Affairs and Constitutional Power). Reviews in American History (March 1978): 63-67.

Hyman, Harold M. “Lincoln and War Powers. Commentary on papers by Prof. E. Berwanger and Dr. M. Neely, 10th Annual Lincoln Symposium, Feb. 12, 1983.” Abraham Lincoln Association Papers 5 (1983): 39-47.

Hyman, Harold M. Lincoln’s Reconstruction: Neither Failure of Vision nor Vision of Failure (Third Annual R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture Delivered at Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1980) (pamphlet).

Hyman, Harold M. Quiet Past and Stormy Present? War Powers in American History (Bicentennial Essays on the Constitution series). Washington, DC: American Historical Association, 1986) (pamphlet).

Johnson, Ludwell H. “Civil War Military History: a Few Revisions in Need of Revising.” Civil War History 17 (June 1971): 115-30.

Kirkland, Charles P. Excerpt from his A Letter to the Hon. Benjamin R. Curtis, Late Judge of the Supreme Court of the United States, in Review of His Recently Published Pamphlet on the “Emancipation Proclamation” of the President (NY: Latimer Brothers & Seymour, 1862) (pp.8-19 only) (see also Curtis, above).

Kohn, Richard H. “The Social History of the American Soldier: a Review and Prospectus for Research.” American Historical Review 86 (June 1981): 553-67.

“Lincoln and the Writ of Habeas Corpus: a Documentary Approach” (anon. article submitted to Journal of American History, 1988) (typescript).

Long, David E. “Frank Klement Revisited: Disloyalty and Treason in the American Civil War.” Lincoln Herald (Fall 1995): 99-112.

Long, David E. “‘A Good Definition of the Word Liberty’: Abraham Lincoln and the Preservation of Democratic Government.” Lecture given at the Sixty-Fourth Annual Lincoln Dinner, Lincoln Memorial Shrine, Redlands, California, February 12, 1996 (pamphlet).

Long, David E. “‘I Shall Never Recall a Word’.” In Frank J. Williams, William D. Pederson, and Vincent J. Marsala, ed., Abraham Lincoln: Sources and Style of Leadership (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994).

Long, David E. “Introduction.” In Frank J. Williams and William D. Pederson, ed., Abraham Lincoln: Contemporary. An American Legacy (Campbell, CA: Savas Woodbury Publishers, 1995).

Mahon, John K. “Teaching and Research on Military History in the United States.” The Historian 27 (Feb. 1965): 170-84.

Mallam, William D. “Lincoln and the Conservatives.” Journal of Southern History 28 (Feb. 1962): 31-45.

McPherson, James M. How Lincoln Won the War With Metaphors (Eighth Annual R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture Delivered at Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1985) (pamphlet).

McPherson, James M. Lincoln and the Strategy of Unconditional Surrender (23rd Annual Robert Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture). Gettysburg College, 1984 (pamphlet).

Miscellaneous excerpts from documents on Lincoln and the Civil War Era (100+ pieces).

“The Military Idea.” Army and Navy Journal (10 Aug. 1872): 832.

Mohl, Raymond A. “Presidential Views of National Power, 1837-1861.” Mid-America 52 (July 1972?): 177-89.

Morton, Louis. “From Fort Sumter to Poland: the Question of War Guilt (review of Taylor’s Origins of the Second World War). World Politics 14 (Jan. 1962): 386-92.

Morton, Louis. “The Historian and the Study of War.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 48 (March 1962): 599-612.

Morton, Louis. “The Origins of American Military Policy.” Military Affairs 22 (Summer 1959): 75-82.

Neely, Mark E. Excerpts from his The Fate of Liberty: Abraham Lincoln and Civil Liberties (NY: Oxford UP, 1991).

Neely, Mark E. “The Lincoln Administration and Arbitrary Arrests: a Reconsideration.” Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association 5 (1983): 7-24.

Neely, Mark E. “The Lincoln Theme Since Randall’s Call: the Promises and Perils of Professionalism.” Papers of the Abraham Lincoln Association 1 (1979): 10-70.

Newman, Ralph Geoffrey. Preserving Lincoln for the Ages: Collectors, Collections, and Our Sixteenth President (Fort Wayne, IN: Louis A. Warren Lincoln Library and Museum, 1989) (pamphlet).

Oates, Stephen B. Abraham Lincoln: The Man and the Myth. An Address Delivered at the Lincoln Sites Interpretation Conference (Springfield, IL: Sangamon State University, 1980) (pamphlet).

Oates, Stephen B. Builders of the Dream: Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King, Jr. (Fort Wayne, IN: Louis A. Warren Lincoln Library and Museum, 1982) (pamphlet).

Oates, Stephen B. “Toward a New Birth of Freedom: Abraham Lincoln and Reconstruction, 1854-1865.” Lincoln Herald (Spring 1980): 287-96.

Olsen, Otto H. “Abraham Lincoln as Revolutionary.” Civil War History 24 (1978): 213-24.

Paludan, Phillip S. “Lincoln, the Rule of Law, and the American Revolution.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 70 (Feb. 1977): 10-17.

Paludan, Phillip S. “Toward a Lincoln Conversation (review of Fehrenbacher’s Lincoln in Text and Context).” Reviews in American History (March 1988): 35-42.

Paret, Peter. “Nationalism and the Sense of Military Obligation” (paper presented before the AHA, 1966) (typescript).

Parish, Peter J. “Campaigns of 1862.” In his The American Civil War (NY: Holmes and Meier, 1975).

Parsons, Theophilus. “The War Power” and “Power to Borrow Money.” In his The Political, Personal, and Property Rights of a Citizen of the United States (Hartford, CT: S.S. Scranton and Company, 1875).

Rawley, James A. “The Nationalism of Abraham Lincoln.” Civil War History 9 (Sept. 1963): 283-98.

Ruffner, W.H. The Oath. A Sermon on the Nature and Obligation of the Oath, with Special Reference to the Oath of Allegiance. Delivered in the Presbyterian Church, Lexington, VA., March, 27th, 1864 (Lexington, VA: Printed at the Gazette Office, 1864) (pamphlet).

Schlesinger, Arthur M. War and the Constitution: Abraham Lincoln and Franklin D. Roosevelt (27th Annual Robert Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture). Gettysburg College, 1988 (pamphlet).

Trefousse, Hans L. “Abraham Lincoln Versus Andrew Johnson: Two Approaches to Reconstruction.” In S.B. and Agnes Vardy, ed., Society in Change: Studies in Honor of Bela K. Kiraly (Boulder, CO: East European Monographs, 1983).

Valelly, Richard M. “War and American National Institutions, 1945 to Present: the Persistence of Constitutional Crisis?” (paper presented before the OAH, 1989) (typescript).

Vandiver, Frank E. The Long Loom of Lincoln (Fort Wayne, IN: Louis A. Warren Lincoln Library and Museum, 1987) (pamphlet).

Warren, Louis, compiler. A Man for the Ages: Tributes to Abraham Lincoln (Fort Wayne, IN: Louis A. Warren Lincoln Library and Museum, 1978) (pamphlet).

Wetherbee, S. Ambrose. “Lincoln Collection: Illinois State Archives.” Illinois Libraries 25 (Feb. 1943): 114-25.

“Wheeler’s Recollections of Lincoln: Lamon’s Criticisms.” Lincoln Lore No. 1148 (Oct. 1958): 1-4.

Williams, Harry. “The Attack Upon West Point During the Civil War.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 25 (March 1939): 491-504.

Wrone, David R. “Lincoln: Democracy’s Touchstone.” Papers of the Abraham Lincoln Association 1 (1979): 71-83.

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Miscellaneous notes on the Wade-Davis Bill (eleven pieces).

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Angel, Donald E. “Ingersoll’s Political Transition: Patriotism or Partisanship?” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 59 (Winter 1966):354-83.

Benedict, M. Lee. “The Party, Going Strong: Congress and Elections in the Mid-19th Century” (paper presented before the Project 87 Conference, 1981) (typescript).

Curry, Richard O. “The Myth of the ‘Copperheads’: Continuity and Consistency in Nineteenth Century Democratic Ideology” (paper presented before the AHA, 1970) (typescript).

Dick, David B. “Resurgence of the Chicago Democracy, April-November, 1861.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 56 (Summer 1963): 139-49.

Dobson, John M. “Democracy and Political Organizations in the Gilded Age” (paper presented before the AHA, 1971) (typescript).

Elazar, Daniel J. “The United States Political System: Basic Presuppositions, Techniques, and Institutions.” (Working Paper) Center for the Study of Federalism, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1968 (typescript).

Grossman, Lawrence. “Two Decades of Democratic Racial Policy: From the New Departure to the Lodge Bill” (paper presented before the AHA, 1973) (typescript).

House, Albert V. “Republicans and Democrats Search for New Identities, 1870-1890.” Review of Politics 31 (Oct. 1969): 466-76.

Johannsen, Robert W. “The Douglas Democracy and the Crisis of Disunion.” Civil War History 9 (Sept. 1963): 229-47.

Lipset, Seymour Martin. “Radicalism in North America: a Comparative View of the Party Systems in Canada and the United States.” Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, series 4 (1976): 19-55.

Mendales, Richard E. “Republican Defectors to the Democracy During Reconstruction” (paper presented before SHA, 1973) (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes on Reconstruction (two pieces).

“Reconstruction of Parties.” The Round Table 3 (9 Sept. 1865): 9.

Rorabaugh, W.J. “Rising Democratic Spirits: Immigrants, Temperance, and Tammany Hall, 1854-1860.” Civil War History 22 (June 1976): 138-57.

Saveth, Edward N. “Toward a Model of Patrician Group Identity and Political Behavior.” Diogenes 87 (1977): 1-22.

Thelen, David P. “The Progressive Reforms, Political Parties, and American Democracy” (paper presented before the Project 87 Conference, 1979) (typescript).

Wallace, Michael. “Changing Concepts of Party in the United States: New York, 1815-1828.” American Historical Review 74 (Dec. 1968): 453-91.

Wrone, David R. “Abraham Lincoln’s Idea of Property.” Science and Society 33 (Winter 1969): 54-70.

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Beard, William D. “‘I have labored hard to find the law’: Abraham Lincoln for the Alton and Sangamon Railroad.” Illinois Historical Journal 85 (Winter 1992): 209-220. (annotated pre-pub copy).

Harris, Gibson W. Excerpts from letters to George Williams, 1846 (two pieces).

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Boritt, Gabor. Paper on Lincoln’s image (presented before the AHA, 1978) (typescript).

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Hertz, Emanuel. “Abraham Lincoln: The Jurist of the Civil War.” New York University Law Quarterly Review 14 (1937): 473-501.

Jacobsohn, Gary J. “Abraham Lincoln ‘On This Question of Judicial Authority’: the Theory of Constitutional Aspiration.” Western Political Quarterly 36 (March 1983): 52-70.

Walton, Clyde C. “Illinois’ Lincoln Letters.” Illinois Blue Book (1961-62): 49-71.

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Advertisement from a sectarian newspaper, selling 12,000,000 acres of land, c.1886.

Atwood, Rufus B. “The Origin and Development of the Negro Public College, with Especial Reference to the Land-Grant College.” Journal of Negro Education 31 (Summer 1962): 240-50.

Avins, Alfred. “Black Studies, White Separation, and Reflected Light on College Segregation and the Fourteenth Amendment from Early Land Grant College Policies.” Washburn Law Journal 10 (1971): 181-213.

Florer, John H. “Major Issues in the Congressional Debate of the Morrill Act of 1862.” History of Education Quarterly 8 (Winter 1968): 459-78.

Gates, Paul W. “Beginnings of Agricultural Education” and “Achievement of Homestead.” In his Agriculture and the Civil War (NY: Knopf, 1965).

Gates, Paul W. “The Morrill Act and Early Agricultural Science.” Michigan History 46 (Dec. 1962): 289-302.

Hoffnagle, Warren. “The Southern Homestead Act: Its Origins and Operation.” The Historian 32 (Aug.1970): 612-29.

Hyman, Harold M. “The 1862 Homestead and Morrill Acts.” In his American Singularity : The 1787 Northwest Ordinance, the 1862 Homestead and Morrill Acts, and the 1944 G.I. Bill (U Georgia, 1986).

Merrill, George D. “Jonathan Turner or Justin Morrill: a New Look at the Authorship of the Land Grant Act of 1862.” Vermont History 36 (Autumn 1968): 204-09.

Rainsford, George N. Congress and Higher Education in the Nineteenth Century (Knoxville: U Tennessee Pr., 1971).

Reid, Bill G. “The Agrarian Tradition and Urban Problems.” Midwest Quarterly 6 (Autumn 1964): 75-86.

Richter, Jay. “The Origin and Development of the Land-Grant College in the United States.” Journal of Negro Education 31 (Summer 1962): 230-39.

Riley, Margaret Tschan. “Evan Pugh of Pennsylvania State University and the Morrill Land-Grant Act.” Pennsylvania History 27 (1960): 339-60.

Rudy, S. Willis. “The ‘Revolution’ in American Higher Education: 1865-1900.” Harvard Educational Review 21 (Summer 1951): 155-74.

Simon, John Y. “The Politics of the Morrill Act.” Agricultural History 37 (1963): 103-11.

Zimmerman, William David. “The Morrill Act and Liberal Education.” Liberal Education 50 (Oct. 1964): 395-401.

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Cooke, John W. “Freedom in the Thought of Abraham Lincoln.” Abraham Lincoln Quarterly (Spring 1970): 10-16.

Colyer, Vincent. Report of the Christian Mission to the United States Army (NY: George A. Whitehorne, Printer, 1862) (pamphlet).

Fehrenbacher, Don E. “Lincoln and Judicial Supremacy: a Note on the Galena Speech of July 23, 1856.” Civil War History 16 (Sept. 1970): 197-204.

Miscellaneous notes on Lincoln (five pieces).

Mulder, Gerhard E. “Abraham Lincoln and the Doctrine of Necessity.” Lincoln Herald 66 (Summer 1964): 59-66.

Pressly, Thomas J. “Bullets and Ballots: Lincoln and the ‘Right of Revolution’.” American Historical Review 67 (April 1962): 647-62.

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Johnson, A.E.H. “The Nine Reasons. Why the Terms of Surrender Given Johnston Were Set Aside.” Washington Evening Star (3 Sept. 1882): ?-? (photocopy of original article).

Johnson, Ludwell H. “Lincoln’s Solution to the Problem of Peace Terms, 1864-1865.” Journal of Southern History 34 (Nov. 1968): 576-86.

Miscellaneous excerpts from Civil War Era correspondence (twenty-two pieces).

Naroll, Raoul S. “Lincoln and the Sherman Peace Fiasco: Another Fable?” Journal of Southern History 20 (Nov. 1954): 459-83.

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Simon, John. “That Obnoxious Order.” Civil War Times Illustrated 23 (Oct. 1984): 13-17.

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Excerpt from correspondence between James M. Calhoun, Mayor of Atlanta, and General William Sherman, on removal of , 12 Sept. 1865.

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Excerpts from Patrick Diary, 1863-64 (one piece).

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Notes on Civil War Era guerilla warfare (two pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes on Judge Advocate Joseph Holt, 1862 (four pieces).

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Typescript of article on alleged Lincoln plot to assassinate Jefferson Davis (n.d.).

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Memorial to the President. An Appeal to Change the Cabinet (broadside, 1862) (original, brittle).

Miscellaneous notes on Lincoln’s administration (four pieces).

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Miscellaneous Civil War Era excerpts on the Cabinet Crisis of 1862 (100+ pieces).

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Miscellaneous Civil War Era excerpts (two pieces).

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Belz, Herman. “The Etheridge Conspiracy of 1863: a Projected Conservative Coup.” Journal of Southern History 36 (Nov. 1970): 549-67.

Miscellaneous notes on Emerson Etheridge (one piece).

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“The Breaking Up of the Army.” U.S. Army and Navy Journal (13 May 1865): p. 600.

“Work of the War Office.” U.S. Army and Navy Journal (23 Dec. 1865): p. 277.

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Frank, Seymour J. “The Conspiracy to Implicate the Confederate Leaders in Lincoln’s Assassination.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 40 (March 1954): 629-56.

George, Joseph. “Nature’s First Law: Louis J. Weichmann and Mrs. Surratt.” Civil War History 28 (June 1982): 101-27.

Hyman, Harold M. “Hitting the Fan(s) Again: or, Sic Semper Conspiracies (review of Hanchett’s Lincoln Murder Conspiracies).” Reviews in American History (Sept. 1984): 388-92.

Miscellaneous notes and Civil War Era excerpts on the death of Lincoln (100+ pieces).

Monaghan, Jay. “An Analysis of Lincoln’s Funeral Sermons.” Indiana Magazine of History 41 (March 1945): 31-44.

Simpson, Matthew. Funeral Address Delivered at the Burial of President Lincoln, at Springfield, Illinois, May 4, 1865 (NY: Carlton and Porter, 1865) (pamphlet).

Tidwell, William A. “Target: Abe Lincoln.” Washington Post (16 Oct. 1988): C1-2.

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Speed, James. Opinion of the Constitutional Power of the Military to Try and Execute the Assassins of the President (Washington: GPO, 1865) (pamphlet).

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Hanchett, William. “Booth’s Diary.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 72 (Feb. 1979): 39-56.

Miscellaneous Civil War Era excerpts on Booth’s diary (eleven pieces).

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“Assassins. Mrs. Surratt. Her Execution. Reply of Ex-President Johnson. The Charges of Judge Advocate General Holt Answered. A Complete Statement.” Washington (DC) Chronicle (12 Nov. 1873): p.?.

“Judge Jo Holt. An Interesting Sketch of an Eminent Jurist and a Brilliant Orator.” New Era (Kentucky) (12 Sept. 1891): p.?.

Miscellaneous notes on Holt (three pieces).

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“The Surratt Trial.” American Law Review 2 (Oct. 1867): 182-3.

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Bates, Edward. “Unconstitutionality of Military Commissions. Letter of Hon. Edward Bates.” National Intelligencer (Washington) (3 Jan. 1867): p.?.

Johnson, Reverdy. An Argument to Establish the Illegality of Military Commissions in the United States, and Especially of the One Organized for the Trial of the Parties Charged with Conspiring to Assassinate the Late President, and Others, Presented to that Commission, on Monday, the 19th of June, 1865, and Prepared by Reverdy Johnson, One of the Counsel of Mrs. Surratt (Baltimore: John Murphy and Co., 1865) (original pamphlet, brittle).

Shipman, W.D. Holograph letter to Barlow (?), 12 July 1865.


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