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E642 .F68 [Info] Memorial Lessons: A Sermon Preached at King's Chapel, Boston, on Sunday, May 29th, 1870; With a List of the Sons of the Church Who Entered the Service of the Country (Boston: Barker, Cotter and Co., 1870), by Henry Wilder Foote (multiple formats at
E642 .G6 [Info] Memorial Ceremonies at the National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, Under the Auspicies of the Grand Army of the Republic, May 30, 1868 (Washington: McGill and Witherow, 1868), by Grand Army of the Republic (multiple formats at
E642 .G71 [Info] Memorial Day: G. A. R. Programme for May 29th, 1875, by Grand Army of the Republic. Department of Iowa (multiple formats at
E642 .H2 [Info] A Few Spoken Words: The Consecration of The Sixties; Felicitations of A Five-Year-old (Indianapolis: B.F. Bowen, 1915), by Lewis A. Harding (HTML and page images at Indiana)
E642 .H68 1873 [Info] Address Delivered Before Theodore Winthrop Encampment, Post 35, G.A.R., at Academy of Music, Chelsea, Mass., Memorial Day, May 30, 1873 (Boston: Rockwell and Churchill, 1873), by William H. Hodgkins (multiple formats at
E642 .M82 [Info] Memorial Ceremonies at the Graves of Our Soldiers. Saturday, May 30, 1868 (published 1869), by Frank Moore (multiple formats at
E642 .S31 [Info] Memorial Day (Decoration Day): Its Celebration, Spirit, and Significance As Related in Prose and Verse, With a Non-Sectional Anthology of the Civil War (New York: Moffat, Yard and Co., 1911), ed. by Robert Haven Schauffler (multiple formats at
E645 .S572 1895 [Info] The Sponsor Souvenir Album and History of the United Confederate Veterans' Reunion, 1895: Patriotic Poems, War Songs, Romantic Incidents, Biographical and Historical Sketches (Houston: Sponsor Souvenir Co., 1895), ed. by William Bledsoe Philpott
E645 .W46 2016 [Info] Whose Heritage? Public Symbols of the Confederacy (first edition; Montgomery, AL: Southern Poverty Law Center, ca. 2016), by Booth Gunter and Jamie Kizzire, contrib. by Cindy Kent (PDF at
E645 .W46 2022 [Info] Whose Heritage? Public Symbols of the Confederacy (third edition; Montgomery, AL: Southern Poverty Law Center, 2022), by Kimberly Probolus (PDF with commentary at
E646 .C74 [Info] Catalogue of the Confederate Museum, of the Confederate Memorial Literary Society (Richmond: Ward and Duke, 1905), by Confederate Memorial Literary Society (multiple formats at
E646 .C746 [Info] In Memoriam Sempiternam (Richmond: Confederate Museum, 1896), by Confederate Memorial Literary Society, ed. by Virginia Armistead Garber (multiple formats at
E647 .A2 [Info] Siege of Washington, D.C., Written Expressly for Little People, by F. Colburn Adams (Gutenberg text)
E647.C3 [Info] American Caricatures Pertaining to the Civil War: Reproduced from the Original Lithographs Published from 1856-1872, With Introduction (New York: Brentano's, 1918) (page images at HathiTrust)
E647 .L52 [Info] Ye Book of Copperheads (Philadelphia: F. Leypoldt, 1863), by Charles Godfrey Leland and H. P. Leland (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
E647 .M81 [Info] Personal and Political Ballads, by Frank Moore (page images at MOA)
E647 .P73 [Info] The Slaveholders' Rebellion (1865), by David Plumb (multiple formats at
E647 .S6 [Info] War Poetry of the South, ed. by William Gilmore Simms (Gutenberg text)
E649 .H19 1866 [Info] The Life and Adventures, Songs, Services, and Speeches of Private Miles O'Reilly (47th regiment, New York Volunteers) (New York: Carleton, 1864), by Charles G. Halpine
E649 .H39 [Info] National Sermons: Sermons, Speeches and Letters on Slavery and Its War, by Gilbert Haven (page images at MOA)
E649 .P42 [Info] Dead on the Field of Honor (reprinted from the Ohio State Journal, ca. 1868), by George Whitfield Pepper (multiple formats at
E649 .V77 [Info] Our National Discipline, by Marvin R. Vincent (page images at MOA)
E650 .A94 [Info] Who Was the Rebel, the Traitor: The Trans-Susquehanna Man or the Cis-Susquehanna Man? An Oration Delivered by the Rev. James Battle Avirett (ca. 1897), by James B. Avirett
E650 .B533 1915 [Info] A Protest Against Lincoln Worship at the South (Richmond, VA: W. C. Hill Printing Co., 1915), by O. W. Blacknall
E650 .L3 1874 [Info] Dedication of the Confederate Monument, at Greenwood Cemetery, on Friday, April 10th, 1874 (New Orleans: J. A. Gresham, 1874) (page images at HathiTrust)

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