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12 titles with subject: Secession -- Southern States.

  • Address of Hon. John S. Preston, Commissioner from South Carolina, to the Convention of Virginia, February 19, 1861. John S. Preston (John Smith), 1809-1881


  • The History and Debates of the Convention of the People of Alabama. Begun and Held in the City of Montgomery, on the Seventh Day of January, 1861; in Which is Preserved the Speeches of the Secret Sessions, and Many Valuable State Papers. William Russell Smith, 1815-1896


  • Journal of the Proceedings of the Seventy-Third Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South-Carolina, Held in Grace Church, Charleston, on the 12th 13th 14th February, 1862. With Lists of the Clergy and Parishes, the Parochial Reports, the Constitution Canons and Rules of Order, and the Standing Resolutions. Episcopal Church. Diocese of South Carolina


  • Lenoir Family Papers. Personal Correspondence, 1861-1865. Lenoir Family


  • Narrative of the Life of J. D. Green, a Runaway Slave, from Kentucky, Containing an Account of His Three Escapes, in 1839, 1846, and 1848. J. D. Green (Jacob D.), b. 1813


  • The Philosophy of Secession; A Southern View, Presented in a Letter Addressed to the Hon. Mr. Perkins of Louisiana, in Criticism on the Provisional Constitution Adopted by the Southern Congress at Montgomery, Alabama. L. W. Spratt (Leonida W.)


  • Proceedings of a Meeting of Bishops, Clergymen, and Laymen, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States, At Montgomery, Alabama, On the 3d, 4th, 5th & 6th of July, 1861. Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America


  • Secession: Considered as a Right in the States Composing the Late American Union of States, and as to the Grounds of Justification of the Southern States in Exercising the Right. Gentleman of Mississippi


  • Senate Bill, No. 16: Joint Resolution Defining the Position of the Confederate States, and Declaring the Determination of the Congress and the People Thereof to Prosecute the War Till Their Independence is Acknowledged. Confederate States of America. Congress. Senate


  • The State of the Country: An Article Republished from The Southern Presbyterian Review. James Henley Thornwell, 1812-1862


  • The Testimony of a Refugee from East Tennessee. Hermann Bokum, 1807-1878


  • Tupelo. John H. Aughey (John Hill), 1828-1911


  • 3 articles with subject: Secession -- Southern States.

  • Summary for Narrative of the Life of J. D. Green, a Runaway Slave, from Kentucky, Containing an Account of His Three Escapes, in 1839, 1846, and 1848. Jenn Williamson


  • Summary for The Testimony of a Refugee from East Tennessee. Harris Henderson


  • Summary for Tupelo. Harris Henderson