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22.22.05 Index Listing of Titles (T and The)

Index Listing of Titles (T and The) is Presented Below — Note the Library Card Number and GO THERE to Read Our Review.

  • Texas, by James A. Michener  [11.00.06]
  • The Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs by Johnson Jones Hooper  [11.03.07]
  • The American Negro: What He Was . . . William H. Thomas [02.09.08]
  • The American Revolution in the South, 1763-1789, by John Richard Alden  [02.04.07]
  • The Army of Tennessee by Stanley F. Horn  [05.05.09]
  • The Articles of Confederation by Merrill Jensen  [02.04.02]
  • The Attack on Leviathan: Regionalism and Nationalism . . . , by Donald Davidson  [10.14.04]
  • The Autobiography of Joseph LeConte, by Joseph LeConte [07.07.01]
  • The Beechers: An American Family . . ., by Milton Allan Rugoff  [02.20.01]
  • The Beard’s Basic History of the United States, by Charles A. and Mary R. Beard  [02.00.06]
  • The Bell Curve, Intelligence . . .,  by Richard J. Herrnstein and Charles Murray  [08.17.03]
  • The Birds of America, the Writings and the Journals, by John James Audubon  [06.06.03]
  • The Blue, The Gray & The Red . . ., by Thom Hatch  [02.07.19]
  • The Broken Circle, by David P. Bridges  [21.13.03]
  • The Burden of Southern History, by C. Vann Woodward  [02.10.06]
  • The Carolina Housewife (House and Home), by Sarah Rutledge  [08.04.02]
  • The Cassique of Kiawah and other Colonial . . ., by William Gilmore Simms [11.01.03]
  • The Children of Pride: a True Story of Georgia . . ., by Robert Manson Myers  [08.03.01]
  • The Chronological History of the Negro . . ., by Peter M. Bergman [01.04.04]
  • The Civil and Political History of . . . Tennessee . . ., by John Haywood  [04.02.01]
  • The Civil War, A Narrative (in 3 volumes), by Shelby Foote  [05.05.01]
  • The Civil War and Reconstruction in Florida, by W. W. Davis  [02.08.09]
  • The Clansman: An Historical Romance of . . .,  by Thomas Dixon  [11.05.01]
  • The Collected Poems of Robert Penn Warren, edited by John Burt  [11.08.05]
  • The Collected Writings of James Henley Thornwell, by Adger and Girardeau  [09.09.02]
  • The Colonial Search for a Southern Eden, by Louis B. Wright [02.02.01]
  • The Coming of the Civil War, by Avery Craven  [02.06.07]
  • The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus, by Joel Chandler Harris  [11.11.01]
  • The Confederacy: What Was It? View from Federal Courts, by Ludwell H. Johnson  [05.10.02]
  • The Confederate Constitution of 1861: An Inquiry . . ., by Marshall L. DeRosa  [10.12.03]
  • The Confederate States of America, 1861-1865, by E. Merton Coulter  [02.07.18]
  • The Copperheads in the Middle West by Frank L. Klement  [02.07.09]
  • The Creed of the Old South, 1865-1915 by Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve  [11.09.04]
  • The Critical Year: A Study of Andrew Johnson . . . by Howard K. Beale  [02.08.04]
  • The Diary of Edmund Ruffin, Scarborough, ed. [06.01.10]
  • The Dispossessed Garden . . .  Southern Literature, by Lewis P. Simpson  [11.00.07]
  • The Disruption of Virginia by James C. McGregor  [03.01.07]
  • The Dollmaker, by Harriette Arnow  [11.07.11]
  • The Education of Little Tree, by Forrest Carter  [11.05.02]
  • The Emergence of the New South, 1913-1945, by George B. Tindall  [02.10.07]
  • The End of an Era, by John S. Wise [05.18.02]
  • The Era of Expansion, 1800-1848 by Don E. Fehrenbacker  [02.05.01]
  • The Essential Calhoun . . .  by John C. Calhoun (Clyde N. Wilson, editor)  [10.11.08]
  • The Evolution of a State: Recollections of Old Texas Days, by Noah Smithwick  [03.16.05]
  • The Fight for Missouri, From the Election of Lincoln . . ., by Thomas Lowndes Snead  [03.12.02]
  • The First American Declaration of Independence, by Scott Syfert  [02.04.08]
  • The First Gentlemen of Virginia by Louis B. Wright . . .  [02.02.01]
  • The First South, by John Richard Alden  [10.11.12]
  • “The Force of Food: . . .” by Rebekah H. Pite, Mass. Historical Review, vol. 5 (2003)  [02.24.01]
  • The Forgotten People, Cane River’s Creoles . .  . by Gary B. Mills  [03.11.06]
  • The Founding Fathers’ Guide to the Constitution, by Biron McClanahan  [10.11.14]
  • The Frontier Against Slavery: Western Anti-Negro . . . by Eugene H. Berwanger  [02.06.10]
  • The Frontier in American History by Frederick Jackson Turner  [02.05.04]
  • The Garden and Farm Books of Thomas Jefferson, by Robert C. Baron  [06.01.06]
  • The Generall Historie of Virginia . . . , by (Captain) John Smith  [02.02.05]
  • The Golden Christmas: A Tale of Lowcountry Life, by William Gilmore Simms [08.02.01]
  • The Great Meadow by Elizabeth Madox Roberts  [11.03.06]
  • The Great Plains by Walter Prescott Webb  [03.16.03]
  • The Greatest Nation . . . Republican Economic Policies During the Civil War, by Heather Cox Richardson  [02.23.06]
  • The History of the American Indians by James Adair [02.01.03]
  • The History and Present State of Virginia by Robert Beverley  [02.02.03]
  • The History of Georgia by Charles C. Jones, Jr.  [03.05.01]
  • The History of the American Revolution by David Ramsay  [02.04.04]
  • The History of the United States from Their Colonization . . . by George Tucker  [02.05.10]
  • The Illustrated Confederate Reader, by Rod Gragg  [02.07.22]
  • The Inner Civil War: Northern Intellectuals . . . by George Frederickson  [02.06.11]
  • The Jewish Confederates by Robert N. Rosen  [09.12.02]
  • The Language of the American South by Cleanth Brooks  [11.09.01]
  • The Last Foray: The South Carolina Planters of 1860 . . .  by Chalmers Gaston Davidson  [03.04.07]
  • The Legacy of the Civil War and the Meaning of Pragmatism, by Robert Penn Warren  [10.15.02]
  • The Liberty Line: The Legend of the Underground Railroad, by Larry Gara  [02.06.09]
  • The Life and Letters of Robert Lewis Dabney by Thomas Cary Johnson  [09.09.01]
  • The Life and Times of John England, by Peter Guilday  [09.12.04]
  • The Life of Abraham Lincoln, 4 vols., by Ida M. Tarbell [05.16.03]
  • The Life of Francis Marion by William Gilmore Simms  [02.04.06]
  • The Limits of Dissent: Clement L. Vallandigham . . . by Frank L. Klement  [02.07.08]
  • The Long Night by Andrew Nelson Lytle  [11.04.10]
  • The Long Roll and other novels by Mary Johnston  [11.04.04]
  • The Lower South in American History by William Garrott Brown  [03.20.01]
  • The Makers of the Sacred Harp, by David Warren Steel and Richard H. Hulan  [12.08.02]
  • The Man with a Bull-Tongue Plow, by Jesse Stuart  [11.08.09]
  • The Memory of Old Jack, by Wendell Berry  [11.07.19]
  • The Metaphysical Confederacy (concerns Thornwell) by James O. Farmer, Jr.  [09.04.01]
  • The Missouri Controversy, 1819-1821, by Glover Moore  [02.05.15]
  • The Mountain Meadows Massacre, by Juanita Brooks  [02.20.02]
  • The Nat Turner Slave Insurrection by Roy F. Johnson  [03.01.10]
  • The New York City Draft Riots by Iver Bernstein  [02.23.07]
  • The Ninth Amendment and the Politics of Creative Jurisprudence, by Marshall L. DeRosa  [10.15.04]
  • “The Novelist’s View of History,” in Fall 1954 Mississippi Quarterly, by Shelby Foote  [10.20.04]
  • The Old Man and the Boy by Robert C. Ruark  [08.01.03]
  • The Old Northwest, a Chronicle of the Ohio . . . by Frederick Austin Ogg  [04.05.01]
  • The Old Republicans: Southern Conservatism in the Age of Jefferson, by Norman K. Risjord  [02.05.13]
  • The Old South: Essays  . . . and other Writings by Thomas Nelson Page  [10.07.02]
  • The Origins of the Republican Party, 1852-1856 by William E. Gienapp  [02.06.03]
  • The Outlaw Josey Wales, by Forrest Carter  [11.05.02]
  • The Partisan Leader: A Tale of the Future, by Nathaniel Beverly Tucker [11.01.14]
  • The Pirates Laffite, The Treacherous World . . .  by William C. Davis  [03.11.05]
  • The Plain People of the Confederacy by Bell Irvin Wiley  [02.07.07]
  • The Poetry of David Middleton, by David Middleton  [11.08.11]
  • The Poetry of Robert Penn Warren, by Randall K. Ivey  [20.00.10]
  • The Political History of Virginia During the Reconstruction, by Hamilton James Eckenrode  [03.01.04]
  • The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Founding Fathers, by Brion McClanahan  [10.11.14]
  • The Politics of Dissolution: The Quest for a National Identity . . . by Marshall DeRosa  [02.06.18]
  • The Private Mary Chesnut: The Unpublished . . . (Woodward and Muhlenfeld)  [02.07.15]
  • The Prostrate State:  South Carolina Under Negro . . . by James S. Pike  [03.04.08]
  • The Reactionary Imperative: Essays Literary and Political, by M. E. Bradford  [10.06.05]
  • The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln . . . , by Thomas DiLorenzo  [02.25.02]
  • The Real Old Time Religion by A. J. Conyers  [09.06.01]
  • The Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee, by Robert E. Lee  [08.04.03]
  • The Record of Hon. C. L. Vallandigham  . . .  by Clement Laird Vallandigham  [03.45.03]
  • The 1864 Red River Campaign and Union Failure . . ., by Gary Joiner  [05.19.01]
  • The Reivers by William Faulkner  [11.06.10]
  • The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government by Jefferson Davis  [02.07.01]
  • The Rise and Fall of the Plantation South by Raimondo Luraghi  [10.07.01]
  • The Rise of the New West by Frederick Jackson Turner  [02.05.03]
  • The Robert E. Lee Reader, by Stanley F. Horn  [11.11.05]
  • The Sack and Destruction of Columbia by William Gilmore Simms  [05.05.13]
  • The Science of Culture: A Study of Man and Civilization, by Leslie A. White [08.18.01]
  • The Secret Diary of William Byrd of Westover (1709-1712) and Another . . .  [02.02.04]
  • The Secret Ledger of an Early Texas Doctor, by Egon Richard Tausch  [04.07.03]
  • The Secret Six, John Brown and the Abolitionist Movement by Otto Scott [02.06.02]
  • The Siege of Charleston, 1861-1865 by E. Milby Burton  [05.05.12]
  • The Significance of Sections in American History . . . by Frederick Jackson Turner  [02.06.05]
  • The Social Principal: The True Source of National Permanence, by William Gilmore Simms  [10.04.01]
  • The Sorrows of Fat City: A Selection of Literary Essays . . . , by George P. Garrett  [11.09.05]
  • The Sot-Weed Factor: Or a Voyage to Maryland, by Ebenezer Cooke  [11.01.04]
  • The South in American Literature, 1607-1900 by Jay B. Hubbell  [11.00.01]
  • The South and the Building of the Nation . . .   by Walter L. Fleming  [02.00.02]
  • The South During Reconstruction by E. Merton Coulter  [02.08.15]
  • The South in Northern Eyes, 1831-1861, by Howard R. Floan  [02.06.14]
  • The South to Prosperity: and Introduction . . . by Douglas Southall Freeman  [02.08.07]
  • The Southern Diaspora, by James N. Gregory  [02.10.04]
  • The Southern Essays of Richard M. Weaver, by Richard M. Weaver  [10.15.03]
  • The Southern Federalists, 1800-1816, by James H. Broussard  [02.05.14]
  • The Southern Side: Or, Andersonville Prison, by R. Randolph Stevenson  [02.23.15]
  • The Southern States since the War 1870-1, by Robert Somers [02.08.19]
  • The Southern Tradition at Bay: A History of Postbellum Thought, by Richard M. Weaver  [10.05.02]
  • The Starbuck Chronicles, 4 Volumes, by Bernard Cornwell  [11.04.02]
  • The Story of the Confederacy by Robert Selph Henry  [02.07.02]
  • The Story of the Mexican War by Robert Selph Henry  [05.04.01]
  • The Story of Reconstruction by Robert Selph Henry  [02.08.03]
  • The Suppression of the African Slave-trade . . ., by W. E. B. DuBois [02.00.07]
  • The Taxonomy of Logical Fallacies, by Gary N. Curtis  [20.07.03]
  • The Tennessee (Old River and New River) by Donald Davidson  [03.08.01]
  • The Time of Man by Elizabeth Madox Roberts  [11.06.04]
  • The Tragic Era by Claude Bowers  [02.08.08]
  • The Transportation Revolution, 1815-1860 by George R. Taylor  [06.03.01]
  • The Union League: Washington’s Klan, by John Chodes  [02.08.16]
  • The Unvanquished and other novels by William Falkner  [11.04.03]
  • The Use and Abuse of History: Or How the Past . . . by Marc Ferro  [10.06.02]
  • The Valiant Virginians by James Warner Bellah  [11.04.05]
  • The Virginia Plutarch by Philip A. Bruce  [03.01.02]
  • The Voyage of the CSS Shenandoah . . . (journal of Lt. William C. Whittle, Jr.)  [05.05.17]
  • The War in Southwest Virginia, 1861-1865, by Gary C. Walker  [21.13.04]
  • The War the Women Lived: Female Voices from the Confederate South, by Walter Sullivan  [02.07.17]
  • The Webster-Hayne Debate on the Nature of the Union . . .  by Herman Belz, editor  [02.05.12]
  • The Women of the American Revolution by Elizabeth F. Ellet  [02.04.05]
  • The World They Made Together: Black and White Values . . ., by Mechal Sobel  [08.01.08]
  • The Works of Donald Davidson, by Clyde N. Wilson  [20.00.07]
  • The Works of Edgar Allan Poe, our essay by Clyde N. Wilson  [20.00.04]
  • The Works of Harnett Kane of Louisiana, the Last Romanticist by Roger Busbice  [20.00.14]
  • The Works of James A. Michener, our essay by Howard Ray White  [20.00.12]
  • The Works of James Still, by Randall Ivey  [20.00.13]
  • The Works of William Faulkner, our essay by Clyde N. Wilson  [20.00.06]
  • The Works of William Gilmore Simms, our essay by Clyde N. Wilson  [20.00.05]
  • The Writings of John C. Calhoun, our essay by Clyde N. Wilson  [20.00.03]
  • The Writings of John Taylor of Caroline, by Clyde N. Wilson  [20.00.02]
  • The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, our essay by Clyde N. Wilson  [20.00.01]
  • The Yankee Problem: An American Delimma, by Clyde N. Wilson  [10.19.03]
  • The Yearling by Marjorie Kennan Rawlings  [11.11.02]
  • Theory and Practice in Historical Study . . ., by Charles A. Beard and others  [10.20.02]
  • Thieves of Mercy: A Novel of the Civil War at Sea, by James L. Nelson  [11.04.11]
  • Three Years in the Confederate Horse Artillery, by George M. Neese [05.18.03]
  • To Die in Chicago, Confederate Prisoners . . . by George Levy  [05.05.02]
  • Tom Watson: Agrarian Rebel, a biography by C. Vann Woodward  [07.01.25]
  • Traveler by Richard Adams  [11.04.08]
  • Travels in America by Rosalie Roos (Carl L. Anderson, translator)  [03.04.02]
  • Travels Through . . . (Bartram’s southeastern travels, 1773-1777), by William Bartram  [02.01.02]
  • Truth of the War Conspiracy of 1861, by Huger William Johnstone  [02.23.05]
  • Turbulent Partnership, Missouri and the Union, 1861-1865, by William E. Parrish  [03.12.03]
  • Two Little Confederates by Thomas Nelson Page  [11.11.04]
  • Tyranny Unmasked by John Taylor of Caroline  [10.11.04]