1 edition of Confederate governors found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by W. Buck Yearns.|
|Contributions||Yearns, W. Buck.|
NPR's Sarah McCammon talks with Virginia Governor Ralph Northam about his decision to order the removal of a Confederate monument honoring Gen. Robert E. Lee in . Joseph E. Brown and Zebulon B. Vance, the governors of Georgia and North Carolina, led the denunciation of conscription and further berated Davis for the assumption of state troops into the Confederate army, the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus, and the Confederate tax program. Their extreme states' rights views represented a logical.
NC governor orders Confederate monuments removed at Capitol after statues toppled The bronze Women of the Confederacy memorial includes a scene of a seated older woman, holding a book, and a. The head of the medical school whose yearbook sparked controversy after racist photos surfaced on Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s page in got rid of the annual after he found pictures of s.
Protesters march down N. Alexander Ave. to the West Baton Rouge Parisg Library, Sunday, J , calling for the removal of the statue of Confederate Governor Henry Watkins Allen. Mississippi's governor has signed a bill into law that officially removes a Confederate design from the state flag and creates a panel .
father of American libraries.
To Approve State Constitution of New Mexico
Anglican cathedrals outside the British Isles.
A Phyllis of the Sierras
Requirements for Certification of Teachers, Counselors, Librarians, Administrators for Elementary and Secondary Schools
blueprint for occupational licensing reform
Relativity of the moral hazard
Guide to racing drivers schools
Hammer of Darkness
The Confederate Governors: Yearns, Wildred Buck, Barrett, John G., Boney, F. N., Cassidy, Vincent H., Dougan, Michael B., Dubay, Robert W., Edmunds Jr., John B., Escott, Paul D., Hall, Kermit L., Harrison, Lowell H., McMillan, Malcolm C., Parrish, William E., Wooster, Ralph A.: : Books.
Buy New. $Format: Paperback. About the Author WILFRED BUCK YEARNS (–) was a professor emeritus of history at Wake Forest University. His books include The Confederate Congress and The Confederate Governors (both Georgia), North Carolina Civil War Documentary, and From Richmond to : Tracing chronologically the challenges faced by each of the wartime governors--Andrew Barry Moore (serving ), John Gill Shorter (serving ), and Thomas Hill Watts (serving l)--McMillan seeks to discover the Cited by: 6.
"The Confederate Governors is more than a collection of short biographies. It offers an excellent state-by-state political history of the Confederacy through an examination of a group of men who played an important part in its everyday government."--"Journal of American Studies" "A delightful attempt to compress the various personalities of the governors, and the problems they faced.
About the Author/Editor WILFRED BUCK YEARNS () was a professor emeritus of history at Wake Forest University. His books include The Confederate Congress and The Confederate Governors (both Georgia), North Carolina Civil War Documentary, and From Richmond to Texas. Description This collection of thirteen essays examines the leaders of the southern states during the Civil War.
Malcolm C. McMillan writes of the Confederate governors book efforts of Alabama's wealthy governors to keep the trust of the poor non-slaveholding whites.
This collection Confederate governors book thirteen essays examines the leaders of the southern states during the Civil War. Malcolm C. McMillan writes of the futile efforts of Alabama's wealthy governors to keep the trust of the poor non-slaveholding whites.
Paul D. Escott shows Georgia Governor Joseph Emerson Brown's ability to please both the planter elite and the yeoman farmers. John B. Edmunds, Jr. The Confederate Governors By Buck W. Yearns Published: The University of Georgia Press, Athens Georgia, pp.
Hardcover in original binding and dust Rating: % positive. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. The Confederate governors by Yearns, W.
Buck (Wilfred Buck), Publication date Topics Governors Publisher Athens: University of Georgia Press. This category includes governors who served all or part of their term of office while their state was in allegiance to the Confederate States of category does not include governors appointed by the Lincoln or Johnson administrations, or those who served during the Reconstruction era toward the end and after the war.
THE CONFEDERATE GOVERNORS. Edited by W. Buck Yearns. (Athens, Ga.: The University of Georgia Press, pp. Introduction, notes, contributors, index.
Cloth $) Confederate Governors is a delightful attempt to compress the various personalities of the governors, and the problems they faced, into a few short pages. Civil War-Era Governors Of Southern States NOTE: This table includes governors of state governments allied with the Confederacy as well as those allied with the Union.
Name and dates in italics denote a Union alliance, those not in italics denote a Confederate alliance. The Confederate States of America (CSA), commonly referred to as the Confederate States (C.S. or CS) or the Confederacy, was an unrecognized breakaway state that fought against the United States during the American Civil War.
Existing from tothe Confederacy was originally formed by secession of seven slave-holding states—South Carolina, Mississippi. The Confederate States of America was a collection of 11 states that seceded from the United States in following the election of President Abraham Lincoln.
Because his life spans one of the most turbulent periods in Texas politics, Texas Confederate, Reconstruction Governor, the first book on Throckmorton in nearly seventy years, will. Confederate Governors by Yearns, W.
Buck, Ed. Athens, GA: Univ of Georgia Pr, pages. Corner of dust jacket on back cover torn. Foxing. Fleeing home to set up a revolutionary government in exile, enlisting on the battlefield as a common soldier, and being mortally wounded only to be tended to in his dying days by friends in the Union army, George W.
Johnson’s short term as Confederate provisional governor reads as much like a Romantic novel as it does history.
The poet is Mary Fairfax Childs, a Kentuckian by birth, a Virginian by inheritance. Her book, dedicated to the United Daughters of the Confederacy, is, "De Namin' ob de Twins," published by B.
Dodge & Co., New York. Its pathos is irresistible, its humor contagious, its literary quality fine. Letter Books, Governors Letter Books, Governors Maddox, David - Miller, William H McAfee, A B - McWhorter, William Millican, John R - Mizell Jr, J Moat, Allen - Newton, John H Nichaus, John - Nunnelly, J A Oates, Calvin - Pattison, George G Patton, C C.
“Southern pride” and Confederate defiance aren’t transmitted only through publicly flown flags. Photo illustration by Slate. Ina North Carolina woman named Marinda Branson Moore published a. Dept. of Confederate Military Records, (bulk) The Library of Virginia was appointed for one year by Governor Andrew Jackson Montague upon the recommendation of the Grand Commander of the Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans, as the first Secretary of Virginia Military Records.
Wren was a rare book dealer who.Get this from a library! Isham G. Harris of Tennessee: Confederate governor and United States senator. [Sam Davis Elliott] -- Inwhen the Nashville Banner conducted a survey to determine the "Greatest Tennesseans" to date, the state's Confederate "War Governor," Isham G.
Harris (), ranked tenth on the list.The Confederate Congress (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, c), by W. Buck Yearns (PDF at Georgia) Acts and Resolutions of the First Session of the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States, Held at Montgomery, Ala.
(Richmond: Enquirer Book and Job Press by Tyler et al., ), by Confederate States of America. HTML and TEI at UNC.