Southern Historical Society Papers/Volume 23
Secretary of the Southern Historical Society.
Historical Society Papers.
R. A. BROCK,
Published by the Society.
WM. ELLIS JONES,
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Contributions of the South to the Greatness of the American Union. An Address by Gen. Clement A. Evans, of Atlanta, Ga., delivered before the Association of the Army of Northern Virginia, October 10, 1895, at Richmond, Va., with the proceedings of the Association on the occasion.
Hampton and Butler. A paper read by Capt. U. R. Brooks before a meeting of Camp Hampton Veterans at Columbia, S. C., Sept. 6, 1895
History of the Eleventh N. C. Infantry, C. S. A., Successor the First (the Bethel) Regiment, by Col. W. J. Martin
"I am Dying, Egypt, Dying!" Touching Account of the Death of its Gallant Author, Gen. W. H. Lytle, by Col. Douglas West
Southern Soldiers in Northern Prisons—Experiences at Johnson's Island and Point Lookout, by Albert Stacy Caison
Cause of the Conflagration Incident on the Evacuation of Richmond, April 3, 1865, by John Howard, Esq., of the Virginia Bar
Events Leading Up to the Battle of Gettysburg, an address by Colonel Charles Marshall, before the Veteran Association of Washington, D. C., Jan., 1896
Pickett's Men in the Gettysburg Charge (with diagrams), a paper read before Pickett Camp, C. V., at Richmond, Jan. 20, 1896, by Capt. M. W. Hazlewood
Cruise of the Clarence, Tacony Archer, C. S. Navy, in 1863, by Robert H. Woods, Naval War Records Office
How the Soldiers Kept House During the War (cut of the useful cow), a paper read before Pickett Camp, C. V., Feb., 1896, by Dr. W. W. Parker
Protest of R. E. Lee Camp, C. V., against the Bill in the House of Representatives, by P. J. Otey, for the Relief of Confederate Soldiers
The Museum of the South, Instituted by the Confederate Memorial Literary Society—A Noble Conservatory Dedication of the Historic Building at Richmond, Va., February 22, 1896. Prayer by Rev. M. D. Hoge, D. D. Oration by Gen. Bradley T. Johnson; eloquently introduced by Governor Charles T. O'Ferrall. Illustrated by cuts of front and rear views of the "Mansion;" a war portrait of President Davis, and one of Mrs. Joseph Bryan.
Tribute to the late Joseph Jones, D. D., LL.D., the First Secretary of the Southern Historical Society