Southern Historical Society Papers

Volume 9, #3 “Reminiscences of the Army of NVA” mentions Kirby-Smith’s route to the battlefield.

Volume 9, #7/8 “Memoirs of First MD Regiment”

Voulme 9, #10/11/12 “Memoirs of First MD Regiment”

Volume 10, #8/9 “Reminiscences of the War” covers the action at Fairfax CH at end of May 1861.

Volume 10, #10/11 “Reminiscences of 1st Manassas” see here

Volume 11, #6 “The Washington Artillery” covers them during the Battle.

Volume 13, 1885, “General Ewell at First Manassas”

Volume 14, 1886, “General Ewell at First Manassas”

Volume 17, 1889, “Bury Me in the Field, Boys!”, a memoir of Wheat by his brother

Volume 19, 1891, “History of the First Battle of Manassas and the Organization of the Stonewall Brigade”

Volume 19, 1891, “The Soubriquet ‘Stonewall’”

Volume 23, 1895, “Historical Sketch of The Rockbridge Artillery, C. S. Army”

Volume 23, 1895, “First Manassas”, Close of Battle, Cavalry Pursuit

Volume 23, 1895,”Beginning And The Ending”

Volume 24, 1896, “The Black Horse Troop”

Volume 26, 1898, “William Henry Chase Whiting, Major-General C. S. Army” covers his part in the batle.

Volume 28, 1900, “Harper’s Ferry And First Manassas”

Volume 28, 1900, “Thomas R. R. Cobb”

Volume 29, 1901, “Memoir Of Jane Claudia Johnson”

Volume 30, 1902, “Black Horse Troop”

Volume 30, 1902, “The First Manassas.”

Volume 32, 1904, “General Eppa Hunton At The Battle Of Bull Run, July 21, 1861″ 

Volume 32, 1904, “The Pulaski Guards.”

Volume 34, 1906, Maryland Line in the “First Battle Of Manassas”

Volume 34, 1906, “Thirty-Third Virginia At First Manassas”

Volume 35, 1907, “From Manassas To Frazier’s Farm.”

Volume 35, 1907, “Dedication Of A Bronze Tablet In Honor Of Botetourt Battery.”

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8 04 2009
Southern Historical Society Papers « Bull Runnings

[...] Historical Society Papers 7 04 2009 I’ve set up this page as an index for Bull Run related articles in the Southern Historical Society Papers.  As I post [...]

9 05 2009
JB

Thank you for writing this blog. It’s a wealth of information. I especially enjoyed the story of the Hubbard brothers.

1 02 2011
Cecilia Wilkinson

HI, I HAVE A BOOK BY DABNEY HERNDON MAURY TITLED ‘A HISTORY OF VIRGINIA AND THE VIRGINIANS’ DATED 1896 ( BOUGHT MANY YEARS AGO IN A SECOND HAND BOOKSHOP IN IRELAND) IT IS SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR ‘KATHRYN KING FROM DABNEY H MAURY MAJOR GENERAL, THERE IS ALSO A SENTENCE IN LATIN UNDERNEATH THE HAND WRITING, CAN ANYONE ENLIGHTEN ME ABOUT WHO KATHRYN KING IS ? ALSO I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT THE VALUE WOULD BE AS IT SEEMS QUITE A RARE BOOK.

1 02 2011
Harry Smeltzer

I am not familiar with Kathryn King or the value fo the book.

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