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22.22.04 Index Listing of Titles (N-O-P-Q-R-S)

Index Listing of Titles (N, O, P, Q, R and S) is Presented Below — Note the Library Card Number and GO THERE to our Read Review.

  • Nairne’s Muskhogean Journals (1708 Expedition) by Thomas Nairne  [02.01.04]
  • Nashville 1864: The Dying in the Light by Madison Jones  [11.04.09]
  • Nativism & Slavery, the Northern Know Nothings. . . by Tyler Anbinder  [02.06.04]
  • New Orleans: The Place and the People by Grace Elizabeth King  [03.11.01]
  • New Views of the Constitution of the United States by John Taylor of Carolina  [10.11.05]
  • Night Rider, by Robert Penn Warren  [11.06.07]
  • No Man’s Land: A History of El Camino Real, by Louis R. Nardini  [03.11.04]
  • None Shall Look Back by Caroline Ferguson Gordon  [11.04.07]
  • North Against South: The American Iliad . . . by Ludwell H. Johnson  [02.07.03]
  • North of Slavery: The Negro in the Free States, 1760-1860, by Leon F. Litwack  [02.00.05]
  • North Over South: Northern Nationalism . . . by Susan-Mary Grant  [02.22.02]
  • Northern Opposition to Mr. Lincoln’s . . ., edited by D. Jonathan White  [02.23.19]
  • Not by Strange Gods, by Elizabeth Madox Roberts  [11.06.04]
  • Notes on the State of Virginia by Thomas Jefferson  [03.01.03]
  • Nullification, a Constitutional History by Walter K. Wood  [10.15.07]
  • O Lost, A Story of the Buried Life (Look Home, Angel), by Thomas Wolfe  [11.07.10]
  • Once We Were Englishmen, Ponderings of an American Southerner, by Jack E. Butterworth, M.D.  [21.70.01]
  • Original Intentions: On Making and Ratification of by M. E. Branford.  [02.04.03]
  • Origins of the New South by C. Vann Woodward  [02.09.01]
  • Our Fathers’ Fields, a Southern Story by James Everett Kibler  [03.04.04]
  • Ousting the Carpetbagger from South Carolina by Henry Tazewell Thompson  [03.04.01]
  • Paddy McGann, or The Demon of the Swamp, by William Gilmore Simms  [11.03.08]
  • Partisan Life with Col. John S. Mosby, by Maj. John Scott [05.18.01]
  • Pathfinder of the Seas (Matthew Maury), by Charles Lee Lewis  [06.06.01]
  • Patriotic Gore: Studies in the Literature of the American Civil War, by Edmund Wilson  [02.23.20]
  • Personal Reminiscences of Gen. Robert E. Lee, by Rev. J. William Jones [05.17.01]
  • Physician to the World: The Life of William C. Gorgas, by John M. Gibson  [06.06.02]
  • Pierce, A Fair Appraisal of Franklin Pierce . . . by Gail Jarvis  [20.03.02]
  • Pitchfork Ben Tillman (a biography), by Francis Butler Simkins  [07.01.26]
  • Plain Folk of the Old South, by Frank L. Owsley  [02.05.05]
  • Poe, Edgar Allan, To see an overview of the works of Poe by Clyde N. Wilson go to: [20.00.04]
  • Poe’s many works of poetry, fiction, etc., by Edgar Allan Poe  [11.03.01]
  • Poe’s Poetry, Fiction, Essays and Criticism, by Edgar Allan Poe  [11.08.03]
  • Poems from Scorched Earth, by James Everett Kibler  [11.08.10]
  • Poetry and the Practical, by William Gilmore Simms  [11.08.02]
  • Porgy (Basis for the Opera and Play Porgy and Bess) by Dubose Heyward [11.07.05]
  • “Prison Life at Point Lookout,” by Rev. J. B. Traywick [05.12.05]
  • Professional Genealogy: A Manual for Researchers . . ., by Elizabeth Shown Mills  [10.20.05]
  • Pursuit of Southern History: Presidential Addresses . . ., by George B. Tindall  [11.09.06]
  • Recollections, Grave and Gay, by Constance Cary Harrison (Mrs. Burton Harrison [05.11.03]
  • Reconstruction in Arkansas, 1862-1874, by Thomas Staples  [02.08.13]
  • Reconstruction in Georgia by C. Mildred Thompson  [02.08.14]
  • Reconstruction in Mississippi by James Wilford Garner  [02.08.02]
  • Reconstruction in North Carolina by J. G. de Roulhac Hamilton  [02.08.10]
  • Reconstruction in South Carolina, 1865-1877 by John S. Reynold  [02.08.01]
  • Reconstruction in Texas by C. W. Ramsdell  [02.08.12]
  • Reconstruction: Political and Economic by William Archibald Dunning  [02.08.06]
  • Red Carolinians, by Chapman James Milling  [02.01.05]
  • Redcoats and Rebels, The American Revolution  . . .,  by Christopher Hibbert  [05.01.01]
  • Redeemer Nation: The Idea of America’s Millennial Role, by Ernest Lee Tuveson  [02.23.03]
  • Red Hills and Cotton: My Upcountry Memory, by Ben Robertson  [08.01.01]
  • Remarks Concerning Liberty, Washington and Lee (2011), by Richard B. Abell  [20.03.03]
  • Remembering Who We Are: Observations of a Southern . . ., by M. E. Bradford  [10.06.10]
  • Reminiscences of Peace and War, by Mrs. Roger A. Pryor  [02.07.14]
  • Reminiscences of the Civil War, by Lt. Gen. John B. Gordon [05.17.05]
  • Revolutionary War ‘Romances,’ Joscelyn, etc., by William Gilmore Simms  [11.02.03]
  • Richard Furman: Life and Legacy, by James A. Rogers  [09.11.01]
  • Richmond’s Wartime Hospitals, by Rebecca Barbour Calcutt  [03.31.01]
  • River of Earth, by James Still [11.07.08]
  • Rivers of America, by Donald Davidson and many others  [04.08.02]
  • Romantic Passages in Southwestern History, by Alexander Beaufort Meek  [03.09.02]
  • “Roots” and the New “Faction:” A Legitimate Tool for Clio?, by Elizabeth Shown Mills  [11.12.03]
  • Roots, The Saga of an American Family, by Alex Haley  [11.09.03 for why listed]
  • Rutledge, Archibald, subject of essay by Alan James Harrelson  [20.04.01]
  • Sam Davis, Boy Hero of the Confederacy, by Gary C. Walker  [11.11.07]
  • Scharf, John Thomas, Maryland Historian, Commentary by Joyce L. Bennett  [20.03.05]
  • Scarlett Sister Mary, by Julia Mood Peterkin  [11.07.04]
  • Sea of Gray:  The Around-the-World Odyssey . . ., by Tom Chaffin  [05.05.19]
  • Sea Wolf of the Confederacy: The Daring  . . ., by David W. Shaw  [05.05.16]
  • Secession, State & Liberty by David Gordon, editor  [02.06.12]
  • Secular Discussions, Vol. IV of Selected Discussions by Robert Louis Dabney, C. R. Vaughn, ed.  [10.05.03]
  • Sectional Nationalism: Massachusetts Conservative . . ., by Harlow W. Sheidly  [02.22.03]
  • Seed from Madagascar by Duncan Clinch Heyward  [06.01.02]
  • Seedtime in the Cumberland by Harriette Arnow  [04.02.02]
  • Selected Essays and Other Writings by John Donald Wade, Donald Davidson, editor.  [10.06.02]
  • Service Afloat and Ashore During the Mexican War, by Raphael Semmes.  [05.04.02]
  • Shiloh: A Novel by Shelby Foote  [11.04.01]
  • Simms. William Gilmore, To see an overview of the works of Simms by Clyde N. Wilson go to: [20.00.05]
  • Simms, Selected Poems of William Gilmore Simms  [11.08.01]
  • Slavery Was Not the Cause of the War Between the States . . . by Gene Kizer, Jr.  [05.15.01]
  • So Good a Cause: A Decade of the Southern Partisan  [10.15.06]
  • Sojourns of a Patriot . . . by Richard B. Abell and Fay Adamson Gecik  [02.07.23]
  • Some Thoughts on the Study of Mountain Music, by Alan James Harrelson  [21.05.01]
  • Sons of Pride: A Tale of Old Missouri, by Thomas Moore Root [21.20.01]
  • South Carolina Civilians in Sherman’s Path: Stories . . .  by Karen Stokes  [03.04.06]
  • Southern Evangelicals and the Social Order, 1800-1860, by Anne C. Loveland  [09.03.01]
  • Southern History of the War, 2 vols., by Edward A. Pollard [05.05.20]
  • Southern Independence: Why War?, By Charles T. Pace and Clyde N. Wilson  [21.13.07]
  • Southern Irregular Warfare Strategy in America, 1861-1865 . . . , by Bertil Haggman [21.03.02]
  • “Southern Schooling and the Ancient Wisdom” . . .  a chapter by Thomas Fleming  [08.15.03]
  • Southern Wealth and Northern Profits, by Thomas Prentiss Kettell [02.23.12]
  • Southern Writers in the Modern World, by Donald Davidson  [11.12.02]
  • St. Elmo, a novel by Augusta Jane Evans Wilson  [11.04.13]
  • States Rights and the Union, Imperio . . . by Forrest McDonald [10.11.10]
  • Statistics of South Carolina, published in 1826, by Robert Mills  [03.34.02]
  • Still Rebels, Still Yankee, and Other Essays, by Donald Davidson  [10.06.08]
  • Stories: Alchemy and Others, by Andrew Nelson Lytle  [11.00.04]
  • Stories and Tales, by William Gilmore Simms  [11.03.09]
  • Struggle for the Gulf Borderlands, The Creek . . . by Frank L. Owsley  [02.05.09]
  • Studies in Southern History and Politics by 15 Historians of the Dunning School  [02.08.20]
  • Sut Lovingood: Yarns Spun by a . . ., by George Washington Harris  [11.03.13]
  • Swallow Barn . . . by John P. Kennedy  [11.02.02]
  • Swedish Generals and Colonels in Gray, 1861-1865, by Bertil Haggman and Lars Gjertveit [21.13.06]