Southern Historical Society Papers/Volume 31
Secretary of the Southern Historical Society.
Historical Society Papers.
R. A. BROCK,
Published by the Society.
WM. ELLIS JONES,
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Robert E. Lee. Speech of Hon. Don P. Halsey in the Senate of Virginia to provide a statue of, to be placed in Statuary Hall, Washington, D. C.
In a Louisiana Regiment, Organization of the 13th Louisiana in 1861; vivid picture of the period. By General John McGrath
Closing Scenes of the War. Retreat of General Custis Lee's Division, and the Battle of Sailors' Creek. By Captain McHenry Howard
Zollicoffer's Oak. Recollections of the Battle of Mill Springs and death of General Zollicoffer. His place of burial. By Colonel Bennett H. Young
New Market Day at Virginia Military Institute. Monument to the Boy Heroes unveiled. Addresses of Dr. John A. Upshur and Captain John S. Wise, and Threnody by A. C. Gordon
Captain Don P. Halsey, C. S. A. A gallant officer, accomplished scholar, and able lawyer. Sketch of a noble life. By Hon. D. P. Halsey (Jr.)
Recollections of Army Life with General Lee. Privations and necessities of the Confederate soldier. By Frank H. Foote
Hunter Holmes McGuire, M. D., LL. D. Unveiling a statue of, in the Capitol Square, Richmond, Va., January 1904. Ceremonies and Addresses of Honorables George L. Christian and Holmes Conrad, and acceptance by Governor A. J. Montague
Battle of the Crater, July 30, 1864. Roster of members of the 12th Virginia Infantry, who were engaged
History of the Crenshaw Battery, with its engagements and roster. By Charles P. Young and Captain Thos. Ellett
Last Confederate Capital at Danville, Va., President Davis confident to the last of triumph, last cabinet meeting and proclamation of. By B. Boisseau Bobbitt
North Carolina and Virginia, in the War 1861-65, and troops furnished by each. Report of History Committee of the Grand Camp C. V. of Virginia. By Hon. George L. Christian
Page 32, line 17, for Loudon, read Loudoun.
Page 36, line 6, for condiment, read sauce.
Page 47, line 2, for are, read have.
Page 156, line 24, for Pope, read L. E. Polk.