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Civil War (Archives): Secondary Source Publications

Secondary Source Publications Related to Mississippi A-H

Includes historical accounts as well as biographies of Mississippians.

James E. Alford.  Letters from the Front:  Echoes of the Civil War.  American History Book Publishing Company, 1999.  Account of a Mississippi family's role in the Civil War.  Call Number:  E464 A4 1999.

Steven E. Ambrose.  Struggle for Vicksburg:  The Battles and Siege that Decided the Civil War.  [Philadelphia]:  Eastern Acorn Press, 1982.  Call Number:  E475.27 S8 1982 OVRS.

The Ballad of Jeremiah Gage and the University Grays.  VHS recording on 11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, Company A.  Call Number:  E568.5 11th R3 1996.

Michael B. Ballard.  Civil War Mississippi:  A Guide.  Jackson:  University Press of Mississippi, 2000.  Call Number:  E516 B35 2000.

Michael B. Ballard.  A Long Shadow:  Jefferson Davis and the Final Days of the Confederacy.  Jackson:  University Press of Mississippi, 1986.  Call Number:  E477.61 B35 1986.

Michael B. Ballard.  Pemberton:  The General Who Lost Vicksburg.  Jackson:  University Press of Mississippi, [1999].  Call Number:  E467.1 P365 B35 1999.

The Battle of Brice's Crossroads.  Baldwyn, MS:  Baldwyn News, 1961.  Call Number:  E476.83 B38 OVRS.

Michael F. Beard.  A Walking Tour of Civil War Corinth.  Siege and Battle of Corinth Commission, 1997.  Map.  Call Number:  G3984 C8 1997 W35.

Edwin C. Bearss.  The Battle of Grand Gulf.  1975.  Call Number:  F347 C5 B43 1975.

Edwin C. Bearss.  The Battle of Jackson, May 14, 1863.  Baltimore:  Gateway Press, 1981.  Call Number:  E475.29 B4.

Edwin C. Bearss.  Decision in Mississippi:  Mississippi's Important Role in the War Between the States.  Jackson, MS:  Mississippi Commission on the War Between the States, [1962].  Call Number:  E568 B4.

Edwin C. Bearss.  Rebel Victory at Vicksburg.  Vicksburg, MS:  Vicksburg Centennial Commemoration Commission, [1963].  Call Number:  E475.27 B4.

Nancy Bercaw.  Gendered Freedoms:  Race, Rights, and the Politics of Household in the Delta, 1861-1875.  Gainsville:  University Press of Florida, 2003.  Call Number:  F347 M6 B47 2003.

John K. Bettersworth.  Confederate Mississippi, the People and Policies of a Cotton State in Wartime.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana State University Press, 1943.  Call Number:  F341 B57.

John K. Bettersworth and James W. Silver.  Mississippi in the Confederacy.  [Baton Rouge]:  Louisiana State University Press, [1961].  Two volumes.  Call Number:  E568 M5.

Brice's Cross Roads.  Columbus, OH:  Blue & Gray Enterprises, 1999.  Call Number:  E476.83 B75 1999.

Dee Alexander Brown.  Grierson's Raid:  A Calvary Adventure of the Civil War.  Urbana:  University of Illinois Press, 1962.  Mississippi.  Call Number:  E475.23 B7 1962.

Maude Morrow Brown.  Lafayette County, 1860-1865, a Narrative by Mrs. Calvin Brown Chapter Historian of Albert Sidney Johnson Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Based on Material Collected by Chapter Members.  1935.  Typescript.  Call Number:  F347 L2 B7.

Maude Morrow Brown.  The University Greys:  Company 1, Eleventh Mississippi Regiment, Army of Northern Virginia, 1861-1865.  Richmond, VA:  Garrett and Massie, [1940].  Call Number:  E568.5 11th B7.

Thomas Philemon Buford.  Lamar Rifles:  A History of Company G, Eleventh Mississippi Regiment, C.S.A.:  With the Official Role, Giving Each Man's Record from Time of Enlistment to Twenty-Ninth of March, Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-Five:  Individual and Company Sketches...May 1861, to April, 1865.  [Roanoke, VA:  Stone Printing Co., 1902].  Call Number:  E568.5 11th.

Zed H. Burns.  Ship Island and the Confederacy.  Hattiesburg:  University and College Press of Mississippi, 1971.  Call Number:  E470.7 B8.

Victoria E. Bynum.  The Free State of Jones:  Mississippi's Longest Civil War.  Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, 2001.  Call Number:  F347 J6 B95 2001.

Cass Canfield.  The Iron Will of Jefferson Davis.  New York:  Harcourt Brace Jovanovish, 1978.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 C3.

Joseph E. Chance.  The Second Texas Infantry:  From Shiloh to Vicksburg.  Austin, TX:  Eakin Press, 1984.  Call Number:  E580.5 2d C47 1984.

Arthur Ben Chitty.  Jacob Thompson:  He Fought One Union But Built Another at Sewanee.  1956.  Mississippi Confederate leader.  Call Number:  E664 T3 C3.

The Civil War and the Battles of Corinth and Shiloh.  [Corinth, MS:  Daily Corinthian, 1961].  Call Number:  E473.56 D35 OVRS.

William Leon Coker.  "Cotton and Faith:  A Social and Political View of Mississippi Wartime Finance, 1861-1865."  Ph.D. dissertation; University of Oklahoma; 1973.  Call Number:  F341 C64.

Luke Ward Connerly.  Pike County, Mississippi, 1789-1876:  Pioneer Families and Confederate Soldiers, Reconstruction and Redemption.  Nashville, TN:  Brandon Printing, 1909.  Call Number:  F347 P6 C7 1909.

Norman Cooper.  A Confederate Soldier and His Descendants.  Bowie, MD:  N. Cooper Associates, 1982.  Sylvester Cooper of Chickasaw County, Mississippi who served in Company, Buena Vista Rifles, 17th Regiment, Mississippi Volunteers.  Call Number:  CS71 C777 1982.

William J. Cooper Jr.  Jefferson Davis, American.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 2000.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 C66 2000.

Corporation of Foreign Bondholders, London.  Historical Survey of the Debts of the State of Mississippi Repudiated before the Civil War; Extracted from the 54th Annual Report of the Council of Foreign Bondholders.  London:  Council House, 1929.  Call Number:  HJ8372 C6 M7 1929.

Corporation of Foreign Bondholders, London.  The Federal Aspects of the Debts of the State of Mississippi Repudiated before the Civil War; Extracted from the 56th Annual Report of the Council of Foreign Bondholders.  London:  Council House, 1930.  Call Number:  HJ8372 C6 M7 1930.

Corporation of Foreign Bondholders, London.  The International Aspects of the Debts of the State of Mississippi Repudiated before the Civil War; Extracted from the 57th Annual Report of the Council of Foreign Bondholders.  London:  Council House, 1931.  Call Number:  HJ8372 C6 M7 1931.

Corporation of Foreign Bondholders, London.  The National Aspects of the Debts of the State of Mississippi Repudiated before the Civil War; Extracted from the 58th Annual Report of the Council of Foreign Bondholders.  London:  Council House, 1932.  Call Number:  HJ8372 C6 M7 1932.

Gordon A. Cotton.  Jefferson Davis:  Man of the Hour:  A Collection of Stories and Essays about the Confederate President.  Vicksburg, MS:  1998.  Call Number:  E467.a D26 C68 1998.

Gordon A. Cotton.  With Malice Toward Some:  The Military Occupation of Vicksburg, 1864-1865, Including the Names of Civilians, Captured Confederates, and Union Soldiers Who Were Arrested and the Charges Brought Against Them by the Occupation Forces of the United States Government.  Vicksburg, MS:  Vicksburg and Warren County Historical Society, 1991.  Call Number:  F349 V6 C625 1991.

Gordon A. Cotton and Jeff T. Giambrone.  Vicksburg and the War.  Gretna, LA:  Pelican Pub. Co., 2004.  Call Number:  F349 V6 C68 2004.

L.W. Coverly and E. Russ Williams.  Resource Records of Pike/Walthall Counties, Mississippi, 1798-1910.  Easley, SC:  Southern Historical Press, 1978.  Includes Civil War regimental histories.  Call Number:  F347 P6 C7 1978.

Stella S. Cox.  Jeannie...The Civil War Bride.  Jackson, MS:  Purser Brothers, 1961.  Natchez, Mississippi.  Call Number:  F341 C69.

Peter Cozzens.  The Darkest Days of the War:  The Battles of Iuka & Corinth.  Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, 1997.  Call Number:  E474.42 C69 1997.

Harold A. Cross.  They Sleep Beneath the Mockingbird:  Mississippi Burial Sites and Biographies of Confederate Generals.  Murfreesboro, TN:  Southern Heritage Press, 1994.  Call Number:  E605 C88 1994.

Minnie S. Davis.  Confederate Patriots of Jones County.  [Ellisville, MS:  Progress-Item, 1977].  Call Number:  F347 J6 D38 1977.

William C. Davis.  Jefferson Davis:  The Man and His Hour.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1991.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 D32 1991.

J.G. Deupree.  The Noxubee Squadron of the First Mississippi Cavalry, C.S.A., 1.  Reprint from the Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society Vol. 22 (1918).  Call Number:  E568 D4.

Julian G. Dickinson.  The Capture of Jeff Davis.  Detroit, MI:  Ostler Print. Co., 1888.  Call Number:  E462.2 M38.

E. Grey Dimond and Herman Hattaway, eds.  Letters from Forest Place:  A Plantation Family's Correspondence, 1846-1881.  Carroll County, Mississippi.  Call Number:  F347 C3 L48 1993.

Steven Nathaniel Dossman.  Campaign for Corinth:  Blood in Mississippi.  Abilene, TX:  McWhiney Foundation Press, 2006.  Call Number:  E474.44 D67 2006.

Rebecca Blackwell Drake.  The Battle of Raymond and Other Collected Stories.  Raymond, MS:  Friends of Raymond, 2000.  Call Number:  E475.25 D724 2000.

Rebecca Blackwell Drake.  Lone Star General:  Hiram Bronson Granbury.  [Granbury, TX]:  2004.  Battle of Raymond.  Call Number:  E467.1 G73 D73 2004.

Kevin Duke.  Why Brice's Crossroads:  A Study of Tactical Victory and Strategic Defeat.  Memphis, TN:  WordMagic, 1984.  Call Number:  E475.2 D8.

William S. Dunlop.  Lee's Sharpshooters, or, The Forefront of Battle:  A Story of the Southern Valor that Never Has Been Told.  Dayton, OH:  Morningside, 1988.  Originally published in 1899. 42nd Mississippi Infantry Regiment.  Call Number:  E605 D92 1988.

Clement Eaton.  Jefferson Davis.  New York:  Free Press, 1977.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 E24.

H.J. Eckenrode.  Jefferson Davis, President of the South.  New York:  Macmillan Company, 1923.  Call Number:  E487 E2.

Fred W. Edmiston.  Lauderdale, Mississippi's Empire County.  Volume 1.  The Early Years, 1830-1865.  Meridian, MS:  Lauderdale Co. Dept. of Archives and History, 2005.  Call Number:  F347 L3 E36 2005.

Billy Ellis.  Tithes of Blood:  A Confederate Soldier's Story.  Murfreesboro, TN:  Southern Heritage Press, 1997.  11th Mississippi Regiment.  Call Number:  E487 J77 1997 v.18.

Stephen Enzweler.  Oxford in the Civil War:  Battle for a Vanquished Land.  Charleston, SC:  History Press, 2010.  Oxford, Mississippi.  Call Number:  F349 O94 E69 2010.

Paul D. Escott.  "Jefferson Davis and the Failure of Confederate Nationalism."  Ph.D. dissertation; Duke University; 1974.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 E8.

Clement A. Evans.  Confederate Military History: A Library of Confederate States History.  Atlanta:  Confederate Pub. Co., 1899.  Volume 7 contains C.E. Hooker's history of Mississippi.  Call Number:  E484 E9

C.C.S. Farrar.  The War, Its Causes and Consequences.  Cairo, IL:  Blelock & Co., 1864.  Bolivar County, Mississippi author.  Call Number:  E458.4 F24.

Lamar Fontaine.  A Short Discourse on the Causes of the Lincoln Invasion and Bloody Conquest of the South.  Lyon, MS:  1909.  Call Number:  E459 F69.

Shelby Foote.  The Beleaguered City:  The Vicksburg Campaign, Dec. 1862 -- July 1863.  New York:  Modern Library, 1995.  Call Number:  E475.27 F66 1995.

M.F. Force.  From Fort Henry to Corinth.  New York:  C. Scribner's Sons, 1881.  Call Number:  E470.5 F69.

John A. Fox.  The Capture of Jefferson Davis.  New York:  1964.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 P7.

Noralee Frankel.  Freedom's Women:  Black Women and Families in Civil War Era Mississippi.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1999.  Call Number:  E185.93 M6 F73 1999.

James Wilford Garner.  The First Struggle over Secession in Mississippi.  Reprint from Publications of Mississippi Historical Society Vol. 4.  Call Number:  F341 G22.

Claude Gentry.  The Battle of Brice's Crossroads.  Baldwyn, MS:  Magnolia Publishers, [1963].  Call Number:  E476.83 G4.

Claude Gentry.  The Capture of Holly Springs.  Baldwyn, MS:  Magnolia Publishers, 1971.  Mississippi Civil War battle.  Call Number:  E474.45 G4.

Jeff T. Giambrone.  Beneath Torn and Tattered Flags:  A History of the 38th Mississippi Infantry, C.S.A.  [Bolton, MS]:  Smokey Row Press, 1998.  Call Number:  E568.5 38th G53 1998.

Ronald Gibson, ed.  Jefferson Davis and the Confederacy and Treaties Concluded by the Confederate States of America with Indian Tribes.  Dobbs Ferry, NY:  Oceana Publications, 1977.  Call Number:  KFZ9105 J44.

Charles E. Gilbert.  Two Presidents:  Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis; Origin, Cause, and Conduct of the War Between the States, the Truth of History Belongs to Posterity.  [Houston, TX]:  1927.  Call Number:  E458 G46.

Micah Ginn and Matthew Nothelfer.  The University Greys:  From Students to Soldiers.  Oxford, MS:  Grandaddy's Farm Productions, 2003.  VHS tape.  Mississippi Infantry Regiment 11th, Company A.  Call Number:  E568.5 11th U558 2003b.

Herschel Gower.  Charles Dahlgren of Natchez:  The Civil War and Dynastic Decline.  Washington, DC:  Brassey's 2002.  Natchez, Mississippi plantation owner.  Call Number:  F349 N2 G68 2002.

Warren Grabau.  Confusion Compounded:  The Pivotal Battle of Raymond, 12 May 1863:  A Scholarly Monograph.  Saline, MI:  McNaughton and Gunn for the Blue and Gray Education Society, 2001.  Call Number:  E475.2 G73 2001.

Pearl Vivian Guyton.  Campaign and Siege of Vicksburg.  Vicksburg, MS:  1945.  Call Number:  E475.27 G8.

W.F. Hamilton.  Military Annals of Carroll County.  Sketches of the Companies that Were Organized in Carroll County for Service in the Confederate Armies from 1861 to 1865.  Carrollton, MS:  Conservative Print, [1906].  Call Number:  UA580 H3.

Robert George Hartje.  Van Dorn, the Life and Times of a Confederate General.  Vanderbilt University Press, 1967.  Earl Van Dorn of Mississippi.  Call Number:  E467.1 V2 H3.

Larry Hawkins.  Flags Used by Mississippi during the War Between the States.  Memphis, TN:  J Chalmers Publishing, 2008.  Call Number:  CR114 M55 H3 2008.

T.A. Heathcote.  Vicksburg.  London:  Brassey's, 2003.  Siege of Vicksburg.  Call Number:  E475.27 H43 2003.

Burton J. Hendrick.  Statesmen of the Lost Cause:  Jefferson Davis and His Cabinet.  Boston:  Little, Brown and Company, 1939.  Call Number:  E487 H47.

History of the Siege of Vicksburg and Maps of the Vicksburg National Military Park Showing Confederate and Union Lines, Avenues and Locations of All Memorials, Headquarters and Camps.  Description of the National Cemetery and City of Vicksburg.  Vicksburg, MS:  Z.M. Davis, [1930].  Call Number:  E475.27 H5.

History of the Water Valley Rifles, Company F, 15th Miss. Regt.:  Its Organization and Battles in the Great Civil War.  1937.  Call Number:  E568.5 15th OVRS.

James G. Hollandsworth.  What a Hell of a Place to Send 2000 Men 3000 Miles:  Union Soldiers on Ship Island during the Civil War.  Eastern National, 2002.  Call Number:  E470.7 H55 2002.

John J. Hollister.  Vicksburg on Your Own:  An Illustrated Guide to the Battlefield.  Battlefield Guide Publishers, 1971.  Call Number:  E475.27 H27 1971.

Donald A. Hopkins.  Horsemen of the Jeff Davis Legion:  The Expanded Roster of the Men and Officers of the Jeff Davis Legion, Cavalry.  Shippensburg, PA:  White Mane Books, 1999.  2nd Battalion Mississippi Cavalry.  Call Number:  E547 J4 H65 1999.

Donald A. Hopkins.  The Little Jeff:  The Jeff Davis Legion, Cavalry Army of Northern Virginia.  Shippensburg, PA:  White Mane Books, 1999.  2nd Battalion Mississippi Cavalry.  Call Number:  E547 J4 H67 1999.

H. Grady Howell Jr.  Going to Meet the Yankees:  A History of the "Bloody Sixth" Mississippi Infantry, C.S.A.  Jackson, MS:  Chicksaw Bayou Press,  1981.  Call Number:  E568.5 6th H69.

H. Grady Howell Jr.  Hill of Death:  The Battle of Champion Hill.  Madison, MS:  Chickasaw Bayou Press, 1993.  Call Number:  E475.26 H694 1993.

H. Grady Howell Jr.  To Live and Die in Dixie:  A History of the Third Regiment Mississippi Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A.  Jackson, MS:  Chickasaw Bayou Press, 1991.  Call Number:  E568.5 3rd H69 1991.

Weldon Hudson.  "William Spencer Hudson in the Civil War" (1967).  Copy of typed manuscript.  31st Regiment, Mississippi Infantry.  Call Number: E467.1 H883 H83 1969.

Jack Hurst.  Nathan Bedford Forrest:  A Biography.  New York:  A.A. Knopf, 1993.  Call Number:  E467.1 F72 H87 1993.

Secondary Source Publications Related to Mississippi I-Z

Illinois Central Railroad Company.  Passenger Dept.  Vicksburg for the Tourist:  The Vicksburg National Military Park...The National Cemetery...The City.  [1908].  Call Number:  F349 V6.

Timothy T. Isbell.  Shiloh and Corinth:  Sentinels in Stone.  Jackson:  University Press of Mississippi, 2007.  Call Number:  E473.54 I83 2007 OVRS.

Timothy T. Isbell.  Vicksburg:  Sentinels of Stone.  Jackson:  University Press of Mississippi, 2006.  Call Number:  E475.27 I83 2006 OVRS.

Broadus B. Jackson.  Civil War and Reconstruction in Mississippi:  Mirror of Democracy in America.  Jackson, MI:  Town Square Books, Inc, 1998.  African Americas.  Call Number:  F341 J33 1998.

Jefferson Davis:  An American President.  [Woodville, MS]:  Rosemont Pictures, 2008.  DVD recording featuring tours of Rosemont Plantation and Beauvoir.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 J444 2008.

Jefferson Davis and "Stonewall" Jackson.  (Thomas Jefferson Jackson) The Life and Public Services of Each, with the Military Career and Death of the Latter.  Philadelphia:  J.E. Potter and Co., [1866].  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 J4.

Dan Jenkins.  Confederate and Union Buttons of the Gulf Coast, 1861-1865.  Mobile, AL:  Museum of the City of Mobile, 1983.  Call Number:  UC487 J4 1983.

Sally Jenkins and John Stauffer.  The State of Jones:  The Small Southern County that Seceded from the Confederacy.  New York:  Doubleday, 2009.  Jones County, Mississippi.  Call Number:  F347 J6 J465 2009.

Jemmy Grant Johnson.  The University War Hospital.  Reprinted from Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society Vol. 7.  University of Mississippi during the Civil War.  Call Number:  E621 J6.

Archer Jones.  Confederate Strategy from Shiloh to Vicksburg.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana State University Press, [1961].  Call Number:  E470.8 J6 1961.

Virgil Carrington Jones and Harold L. Peterson.  U.S.S. Cairo; the Story of a Civil War Gunboat.  Washington, DC:  U.S. National Park Service, 1971.  Call Number:  E595 C3 J6.

Winthrop D. Jordan.  Tumult and Silence at Second Creek:  An Inquiry into a Civil War Slave Conspiracy.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana State University Press, 1993.  Adams County, Mississippi.  Call Number:  F347 A2 J67 1993.

July:  The True Account of Jeremiah Gage at Gettysburg.  Aberdeen, MS:  Granddaddy's Farm Productions, 1999.  VHS recording; 11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, Company A.  Call Number:  E467.1 G33 J8 1999.

David C. King.  Vicksburg.  Woodbridge, CT:  Blackbirch Press, 2001.  Siege of Vicksburg; juvenile literature.  Call Number:  E475.27 K56 2001.

Ben Earl Kitchens.  Gunboats and Cavalry:  A History of Eastport, Mississippi:  With Special Emphasis on Events of the War Between the States.  Florence, AL:  Thornwood Book Publishers, 1985.  Call Number:  F349 E27 K57 1985.

Tom Lalicki.  Grierson's Raid:  A Daring Cavalry Strike through the Heart of the Confederacy.  New York:  Farrar Straus Giroux, 2004.  Call Number:  E475.23 L35 2004.

Frank H. Leavell.  The Civil War Career of George Washington Leavell, 1844-1905.  Waco, TX:  Frank H. Leavell, 2002.  41st Mississippi Infantry Regiment, Company B.  Call Number:  E568.5 41st L43 2002.

Stephen D. Lee.  The War in Mississippi after the Fall of Vicksburg, July 4, 1863.  Reprint from Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, Vol. 10 [1908].  Call Number:  E474.11 L44 1908.

Susan Dye Lee.  Jefferson Davis.  Chicago:  Children's Press, 1978.  Juvenile literature.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 L4.

James Jefferson Lenoir.  "An Economic History of Mississippi during the Civil War."  M.A. thesis; University of Mississippi; 1929. 

Rudy H. Leverett.  Legend of the Free State of Jones.  Jackson:  University Press of Mississippi, 1984.  Secession of Jones County, Mississippi from the Confederacy.  Call Number:  F347 J6 L48 1984. 

Left for Dead.  Pittsburg, PA:  Inecom, 2002.  DVD recording about an Ohio soldier and Battle of Corinth.  Call Number:  E473.56 L448 2002.

D.C. Love.  The Prairie Guards:  A History of Their Organization, Their Heroism, Their Battles, and Their Triumphs.  [Starkville, MS:  1890].  Mississippi Infantry Regiment, 11th, Company E.  Call Number:  E568.5 11th L68 1890.

Lonnie E. Maness.  An Untutored Genius:  The Military Career of General Nathan Bedford Forrest.  Oxford, MS:  Guild Bindery Press, 1990.  Call Number:  E467.1 F72 M36 1990.

Lyla Merrill McDonald.  Iuka's History Embodying Dudley's Battle of Iuka.  [Corinth, MS:  Rankin Printery].  Call Number:  F349 I8 M3.

Robert McNutt McElroy.  Jefferson Davis:  The Unreal and the Real.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1937.  Two volumes.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 M24

Baxter McFarland.  The Eleventh Mississippi Regiment at Gettysburg.  Reprint from the Mississippi Historical Society, Vol. 2 (1918).  Call Number:  E568.5 11th M3.

James Willette McKee.  "William Barksdale:  The Intrepid Mississippian."  Ph.D. dissertation; Mississippi State University; 1973.  Mississippi Confederate Brigadier General.  Call Number:  E467.1 B246 M3.

J.S. McNeilly.  A Mississippi Brigade in the Last Days of the Confederacy.  Reprint from Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society Vol. 7 [1903].  Griffith-Barksdale-Humphreys Brigade of the 13th, 17th, 18th, and 21st Mississippi Regiments.  Call Number:  E489 C6543 1979.

Grady McWhiney.  Jefferson Davis, the Unforgiven.  Biloxi, MS:  Beauvoir Press, 1989.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 M328 1989.

Mississippi Commission on the War Between the States.  Civil War and Ante-Bellum History in Mississippi.  [Jackson, MS:  1963].  Call Number:  F341 M577 1963.

Mississippi.  Department of Archives and History.  A Guide to the Campaign & Siege of Vicksburg.  [Jackson, MS]:  1994.  Call Number:  F349 V6 G85 1994.

Mississippi.  Department of Economic and Community Development.  Division of Tourism Development.  Civil War Guide.  [Ocean Springs, MS:  199-].  Call Number:  E568 C38 1990z.

Mississippi State University.  Bureau of Educational Research and Evaluation.  Civil War Causes and Results.  [Starkville, MS:  198-].  Call Number:  E459 C59 1980z.

Kent Moorehead.  The Battle of Brice's Crossroads.  [Oxford, MS]:  Forever Young Productions, 2004.  DVD recording.  Call Number:  E476.83 B388 2004.

John Watson Morton.  The Artillery of Nathan Bedford Forrest's Cavalry.  Marietta, GA:  R. Bemis Pub., 1995.  Originally published in 1909.  Call Number:  E547 M88 1995.

Michael J. Mulvihill.  Vicksburg and Warren County, Mississippi, Tunica Indians, Quebec Missionaries, Civil War Veterans.  [Vicksburg, MS:  Van Norman Printing Co., 1931].  Call Number:  E475.27 M96.

John Odgen Murray.  Jefferson Davis:  A Short Story of the Confederate Soldier, the Ideal Soldier of the World.  1911.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 M87.

John Ben Nelson.  "The Breakdown of Law and Order in Confederate Mississippi."  M.A. thesis; University of Mississippi; 1958.

Matthew Callender O'Brien.  "William Faulkner and the Civil War."  M.A. thesis; University of Maryland, College Park; 1968.  Call Number:  PS3511 A86 Z929.

Ohio.  Vicksburg Battlefield Commission.  Ohio at Vicksburg:  Report of the Ohio Vicksburg Battlefield Commission.  [Columbus, OH:  1906].  Call Number:  E475.27 O3.

Ken Parks.  The Civil War in Mississippi, 1861-1865.  Bolton, MS:  Ken Parks Associates, 1959.  Indexed map of battles and skirmishes.  Call Number:  E470.7 P3.

Rembert W. Patrick.  Jefferson Davis and His Cabinet.  [Baton Rouge]:  Louisiana State University Press, 1961.  Call Number:  E487 P3.

Alexander Gallatin Paxton.  The Vicksburg Campaign; a Story of Perseverance.  Call Number:  E475.27 P3.

Adrienne Cole Phillips.  "Responses in Mississippi to John Brown's Raid."  Ph.D. dissertation; University of Mississippi; 1983.

Pinpoint Guide to Mississippi Civil War Sites.  [Birmingham, AL]:  Crane Hill Publishers, 1999.  Call Number:  E470.7 P56 1999.

Edward Alfred Pollard.  Life of Jefferson Davis, with a Secret History of the Southern Confederacy, Gathered "Behind the Scenes in Richmond."  Philadelphia:  National Pub. Co., [1869].  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 P5.

Jim Power.  A Respectable Minority:  In the South during the Civil War.  Bloomington, IN:  AuthorHouse, 2005.  Marshall County, Mississippi Unionists.  Call Number:  F347 M3 P69 2005.

P.L Rainwater.  An Analysis of the Secession Controversy in Mississippi, 1854-61.  Reprint from the Mississippi Valley Historical Review 24:1 (June 1937).  Call Number:  F341 R248.

Tom Rieland.  The Last Full Measure.  Memphis, TN:  Commercial Appeal, 1987.  11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, Company A, University Grays.  Call Number:  E568.5 11th R54 1987 OVRS.

Bobby Leon Roberts and Carl Moneyhon.  A Photographic History of Mississippi in the Civil War.  Fayetteville:  University of Arkansas Press, 1993.  Call Number:  E516.9 R64 1993.

Giselle Roberts.  The Confederate Belle.  Columbia:  University of Missouri Press, 2003.  Women in Mississippi and Louisiana.  Call Number:  E628 R63 2003.

Les Rolston.  Lost Soul:  The Confederate Soldier in New England.  Orem, UT:  Ancestry, 1999.  Samuel Poslethwaite of the 21st Mississippi Infantry Regiment.  Call Number:  E568.5 21st R65 1999.

Mildred Lewis Rutherford.  Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederate States and Abraham Lincoln, the President of the United States, 1861-1865.  [Richmond, VA:  Virginia Stationery Co.], 1916.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 R97.

William A. Schmitt.  The Last Days of the Lost Cause, the Capture, Imprisonment and Trial of President Jefferson Davis.  Clarksdale, MS:  Delta Press Publishing Co., [1949].  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 S32.

Duane P. Schultz.  The Most Glorious Fourth:  Vicksburg and Gettysburg, July 4, 1863.  New York:  Norton, 2002.  Call Number:  E475.27 S38 2002.

William L. Shea.  Vicksburg Is the Key:  The Struggle for the Mississippi River.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 2003.  Call Number:  E475.27 S54 2003.

William Allen Shelton.  The Young Jefferson Davis, 1808-1846.  New York:  Arno Press, 1982.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 S54 1982.

Stewart Sifakis.  Compendium of the Confederate Armies, Mississippi.  New York:  Facts of File, 1995.  Regimental histories.  Call Number:  E568 S53 1995.

Larry C. Skelton.  Corinth, an Urban National Battlefield Park.  Corinth, MS:  Corinth-Alcorn Area Chamber of Commerce, [1972].  Call Number:  E474.44 S64 1972.

Timothy B. Smith.  Champion Hill:  Decisive Battle for Vicksburg.  New York:  Savas Beatie, 2004.  Call Number:  E475.26 S65 2004.

Randy J. Sparks.  On Jordan's Story Banks:  Evangelicalism in Mississippi, 1773-1876.  Athens:  University Press of Georgia, 1994.  Includes chapter on the Civil War.  Call Number:  BR1642 U5 S63 1994.

M. James Stevens.  Ship Island in Mississippi and the Fort Named Massachusetts.  [Washington, DC:  National Council for Historic Sites and Buildings], 1967.  Call Number:  E470.7 S74 1967.

James H. Street.  The Civil War:  An Unvarnished Account of the Late But Still Lively Hostilities.  New York:  Dial Press, [1953].  Mississippi author.  Call Number:  E468.9 S9.

Hudson Strode.  Jefferson Davis.  New York:  Harcourt Brace, 1955-1966.  Three volumes.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 S73.

Struggle for Vicksburg:  The Battles and Siege that Decided the Civil War.  Harrisburg, PA:  Stackpole Books, [1967].  Call Number:  E475.27 S8 OVRS.

Steven H. Stubbs.  Duty-Honor-Valor:  The Story of the Eleventh Mississippi Infantry Regiment.  Philadelphia, MS:  Dancing Rabbit Press, 2000.  Call Number:  E568.t 11th S78 2000.

Eugene T. Sykes.  Walthall's Brigade:  A Cursory Sketch, with Personal Experiences of Walthall's Brigade, Army of Tennessee, C.S.A., 1862-1865.  Columbus, MS:  1905.  Call Number:  E516.5 W35 S94 1905.

William Banks Taylor.  King Cotton and Old Glory:  Natchez, Mississippi in the Age of Sectional Controversy and Civil War.  Hattiesburg, MS:  Fox Printing Co., 1977.  Call Number:  F349 N2 T39.

Ray M. Thompson.  The Confederate Shrine of Beauvoir; The Last Home of Jefferson Davis.  [Biloxi, MS:  C.C. Hamill, 1957].  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 T3.

Mary Alice Triplett.  "The Efforts of Jefferson Davis to Influence Public Opinion during the Civil War."  M.A. thesis; University of Mississippi; 1938.

United States.  Army.  Quartermaster Corps.  General Report of the National Memorial Celebration and Peace Jubilee (National Memorial Reunion):  Vicksburg, Mississippi, October 16 to 19, 1917.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1917.  Call Number:  E641 U58 1917.

United States. National Park Service.  Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site, Mississippi.  Chicago:  Gunthorp-Warren Printing Company, 1946.  Call Number:  F342 B75 1946.

United States. National Park Service.  Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site, Mississippi.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1955.  Call Number:  F342 B752 1955.

United States. National Park Service.  Vicksburg:  Vicksburg National Military Park, Mississippi.  [Washington, DC]:  Government Printing Office, 1986.  Call Number:  E475.27 V54 1986.

University of Mississippi.  A Historical and Archaeological Research and Assessment of and Recommendations Concerning the Confederate Redoubts at Grenada Landing on Grenada Lake, Mississippi:  Preliminary Report.  University, MS:  [1974].  Call Number:  E474.4 M58.

Michael Alan Upton.  "'Keeping the Faith with the University Greys':  Ole Miss as a Lieu de Memoire."  M.A. thesis; University of Mississippi; 2002.  Call Number:  LD3411.82 U675 2002.

Frank Everson Vandiver.  The Making of a President:  Jefferson Davis, 1861:  A Lecture Delivered at Richmond, Virginia on the 100th Anniversary of the Inauguration of Jefferson Davis as President of the Permanent Government of the Confederate States of America.  Biloxi, MS:  Beauvoir Press, 1989.  Call Number:  F467.1 D26 V23 1989.

William Ashley Vaughan.  "Natchez during the Civil War."  University of Southern Mississippi, 2001.  Call Number:  F349 N2 V38 2001a.

Vicksburg:  The Key to Mississippi.  San Ramon, CA:  Classic Images Productions, 1989.  VHS tape of 125th anniversary battle reenactment.  Call Number:  E475.27 V53 1989.

Wisconsin History Commission.  Original Papers.  [Madison, WI].  No. 1 features William Freeman Vilas's  "A View of the Vicksburg Campaign:  A Paper Read before the Madison Literary Club, October 14, 1907."  Call Number:  E537.4 W8.

Walter Earl Waddell.  Perserverance:  A Biography of Captain Richard Eggleston Wilbourn, Chief Signal Officer, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.  Mississippian from Yalobusha County.  Call Number:  E467.1 W646 W33 2008

Christopher Waldrep.  Roots of Disorder:  Race and Criminal Justice in the American South, 1817-80.  Urbana:  University of Illinois Press, 1998.  Warren County, Mississippi.  Includes chapter on the Civil War.  Call Number:  KFM7162 W35 1998.

William T. Walthall. Jefferson Davis.  A Sketch of the Life and Character of the President of the Confederate States.  Presented to the Public School Children of Louisiana and Mississippi on the Davis Centennial, June 3, 1908 by the New Orleans Times-Democrat.  [New Orleans:  1908].  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 W38.

Robert Penn Warren.  Jefferson Davis Gets His Citizenship Back.  Lexington, KY:  University Press of Kentucky, 1980.  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 W326.

Bob Weems.  Charles Read:  Confederate Buccaneer.  Jackson, MS:  Heritage Books, [1982].  Mississippi naval commander.  Call Number:  E467.1 R32 W4.

Irving Werstein.  Abraham Lincoln Versus Jefferson Davis.  New York:  Crowell, [1959].  Call Number:  E456 W45.

James Levon Williams.  "Civil War and Reconstruction in the Yazoo Mississippi Delta, 1863-1875."  Ph.D. dissertation; University of Arizona; 1992.  Call Number:  F347 D3 W54 1992a.

T.P. Williams.  The Mississippi Brigade of Brig. Gen. Joseph R. Davis; a Geographical Account of Its Campaigns and a Biographical Account of Its Personalities, 1861-1865.  Dayton, OH:  Morningside, 1999.  Call Number:  E568.4 D3 W45 1999.

David Williamson.  The Third Battalion Mississippi Infantry and the 45th Mississippi Regiment:  A Civil War History.  Jefferson, NC:  McFarland & Co., 2004.  Call Number:  E568.5 3rd W55 2004 OVRS.

Terrence J. Winschel.  Port Gibson:  A Battlefield Guide.  Jackson, MS:  Jackson Civil War Roundtable, [2002].  Call Number:  G3984 P7 S5 2002 W5 2002.

Terrence J. Winschel.  Triumph & Defeat:  The Vicksburg Campaign.  [Mason City, IO:  Savas Pub. Co.], 1999.  Call Number:  E475.27 W46 1999.

Robert W. Winston.  High Stakes and Hair Trigger:  The Life of Jefferson Davis.  New York:  H. Holt and Company, [1930].  Call Number:  E467.1 D26 W78.

Meyer S. Wolpow.  "For the Greater Glory of the Union:  The Last Years of Robert J. Walker."  Ph.D. dissertation; New York University; 1960.  Mississippi politician and Unionist.  Call Number:  E415.9 W2 W9.

John A. Wyeth.  That Devil Forrest:  Life of General Nathan Bedford Forrest.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana State University Press, 1989.  Revised edition of 1959 publication.  Call Number:  E467.1 F72 W92 1989.

Benn Wynne.  Mississippi's Civil War:  A Narrative History.  Macon, GA:  Mercer University Press, 2006.  Call Number:  E568 W96 2006.