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American Historical Society, The. The Story of Georgia, Biographical Volume. New York: The American Historical Society, 1938.


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Arnold, Carroll C. "George William Curtis." History end Criticism of American Public Address, Vol. III. Edited by Marie K. Hockmuth. New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1955.


Auer, J. Jeffery. An Introduction to Research in Speech. New York: Harper and Brother, 1959.


Baker, Virgil L. and Eubanks, Ralph T. Speech in Personal and Public Affairs. New York: David McKay, 1965.


Baldwin, Charles Sears. Ancient Rhetoric and Poetic. Gloucester, Massachusetts: Peter Smith, 1959.


Bertelson, David. The Lazy South. New York: Oxford University Press, 1967.


Boorstin, Daniel J. The Americans: The Colonial Experience. New York: Random House, 1958.


Brandt, William J. The Rhetoric of Argumentation. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1970.


Buck, Paul H. The Road to Reunion, 1865-1900. New York: Random House, 1937.


Chambers, Lenoir. Stonewall Jackson, Vol. II. New York: William Morrow, 1959.


Clark, Thomas D. and Kirwan, Albert D. The South Since Appomattox, A Century of Regional Change. New York: Oxford University Press, 1967.


Conway, Alan. The Reconstruction of Georgia. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1966.


Corbett, Edward P.J. Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student. New York: Oxford University Press, 1965.


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Dempsey, Elam F. Atticus Green Haygood, Centennial Edition, 1839-1939. Nashville: Partheon Press, 1940.


Eaton, Clement. The Waning of the Old South Civilization, 1860-1880's. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1968.


Franklin, John Hope. Reconstruction: After the Civil War. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1961.


Gaines, Francis Pendleton. Southern Oratory: A Study in Idealism. University, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 1946.


Golden, James L. "The Southern Unionists, 1850-1860." Oratory in the Old South, 1828-1860. Edited by Waldo W. Braden. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1970.


________ and Corbett, Edward P.J., eds. The Rhetoric of Blair, Campbell, and Whately. New York: Holt, Rinehart and 'Winston, 1968.


History of Georgia, Vol. II. Chicago: S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1926.


Johnson, Allen, ed. Dictionary of American Biography, Vol. III. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929.


________ and Malone, Dumas, eds. Dictionary of American Biography, Vol. V. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930.


Jones, Charles C., Jr. Memorial History of Georgia. Spartanburg, South Carolina: Reprint Company of Spartanburg, 1966.


Lee, Fitzhugh, General Lee. New York: Fawcett Publications, 1961.


Knight, Lucian Lamar, "John Temple Graves," A Standard History of Georgia and Georgians, Vol. VI. Chicago: Lewis Publishing Company, 1917.


Linkugel, Wil A., Allen, R.R., and Johannesen, Richard L., eds. Contemporary American Speeches, 2nd ed. Belmont, California: Wadsworth, 1969.


Malone, Dumas, ed. Dictionary of American Biography, Vols., IX, XI. XIX. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932, 1933, 1936.


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Patrick, Rembert W. The Reconstruction of the Nation. New York: Oxford University Press, 1967.


Saloutos, Theodore. Farmer Movements in the South, 1865-1933. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1964.


Thomas, Albert Sidney. A Historical Account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina, 1820-1957. Columbia, South Carolina: R.L. Bryan, 1957.


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"Throckmorton, James Webb." Who Was Who in America Historical Volume, 1607-1896. Chicago: A.N. Marquis, 1963.


Warner, W. Lloyd. American Life, Dream and Reality. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1953.


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Woodward, C. Vann. The Burden of Southern History. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1960.


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_________. The Strange Career of Jim Crow. 2nd rev. ed. London: Oxford University Press, 1966.




Journal Articles


Birdsey, Herbert F. "Rose Hill Cemetery - Macon, Georgia, April 26, 1866-April 26, 1966." The Georgia Review, XXI (Fall, 1967), 370-2.


Bitzer, Lloyd F. "The Rhetorical Situation." Philosophy and Rhetoric, I (January, 1968), 1-14.


Bryant, Donald C. "Rhetoric: Its Function and Its Scope." The Quarterly Journal of Speech, XXXIX (December, 1953), 401-24.


Carpenter, Ronald H. and Robert V. Seltzer. "Situational Style and the Rotunda Eulogies." Central States Speech Journal, XXII (Spring, 1971),11-15.


Chase, J. Richard. "The Classical Conception of Epideictic." The Quarterly Journal of Speech, XLVII (October, 1961), 293-300.


Cherry, Conrad. "Two American Sacred Ceremonies: Their Implications for the Study of Religion in America." American Quarterly, XXI (Winter, 1969), 739-54.


Coleman, William. "Science and Symbol in the Turner Frontier Hypothosis." American Historical Review, LXXII (October, 1966), 22-49.


Dickey, Dallas C. "Southern Oratory: A Field for Research." The Quarterly Journal of Speech, XXXIII (December, 1947), 458-63.


Ellingsworth, Huber W. "The Ohio Raid of General John B. Gordon." The Southern Speech Journal, XXI (Winter, 1955), 120-6.


Groppe, John D. "Ritualistic Language." The South Atlantic Quarterly, LXIX (Winter, 1970), 58-67.


Hillbruner, Anthony. "Inequality, The Great Chain of Being, and Ante-Bellum Southern Oratory." The Southern Speech Journal, XXV (Spring, 1960), 172-89.


Johnson, Samuel R. "The Non-Aristotelian Nature of Samoan Ceremonial Oratory." Western Speech, XXXIV (Fall, 1970), 262-73.


Kearney, Kevin. "What's Southern About Southern Oratory?" The Southern Speech Journal, XXXII (Fall, 1966), 19-30.


Meaders, Margaret Inman. "Postscript to Appomattox: My Grandpa and Decoration Day." The Georgia Review, XXIV (Fall, 1970), 297-304.


"Saving Savannah." Life Magazine, May 7, 1971, pp. 48-58.







Atlanta Constitution, April 22, 26, 28, 1887; October 16, 1890.


Atlanta Daily Constitution, June 10, 1881.


Augusta, Georgia, Chronicle, April 22, 1887.


Augusta, Georgia, Daily Chronicle and Sentinel, April 25, 27, 30, May 5, 1875.


Augusta, Georgia, Evening News, May 1, 1886.


Charleston, South Carolina, News and Courier, July 19, 22, 24, October 27, 1875; September 27, 1881.


Chattanooga, Tennessee, Sunday Times, August 9, 1885.


Columbia, South Carolina, Columbia Register, September 8, 1875.


Columbia, South Carolina, Daily Phoenix, June 5, July 21, 22, 23, 25, 1875.


Columbia, South Carolina, Daily Register, August 9, 1885.


Dallas, Texas, News, May 11, 1963.


Nashville, Tennessee, Banner, October 7, 1889.


Nashville, Tennessee, Daily American, October 6, 7, 1889.


New Bern, North Carolina, Newbernian, May 17, 1879.


Pensacola, Florida, News Journal, April 27, 1969.


Raleigh, North Carolina, News and Observer, May l0, 1887.






Bate, William B. "Battle-Ground Academy." Delivered at Franklin, Tennessee, October 5, 1889.


Black, J.C.C. "Address at the Unveiling of the Hill Statue." Delivered at Atlanta, Georgia, May 1, 1886.


Butler, Matthew C. The Constitution. Delivered at Wofford College, Spartanburg, South Carolina, June 15, 1886. Washington, D.C.: R.O. Polkinhorn, 1886.


Daniel, John W. Oration at the Inauguration of the Mausoleum and the Unveiling of the Recumbent Figure of General Robert Edward Lee at Washington and Lee University. Richmond, Virginia: West, Johnston, and Company, 1883.


_________. Oration on the Life, Services and Character of Jefferson Davis. Delivered at Richmond, Virginia, January 15, 1890. Richmond, Virginia: J.H. O'Bannon, 1890.


Drayton, Charles E.R. "Address to the Washington Light Infantry." Delivered at Charleston, South Carolina, February 22, 1885.


Evans, Clement A. Ceremonies in Augusta, Georgia, Laying the Cornerstone of the Confederate Monument, April 26, 1875. Augusta, Georgia: Chronicle and Constitutionalist Job Printing Establishment, 1878.


Gordon, John B. Address Delivered Before the Confederate Survivor's Association. Delivered at Augusta, Georgia, April 26, 1887. Augusta, Georgia: Chronicle Publishing Company, 1887.


Grady, Henry W. "Against Centralization." Delivered at University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, June 25, 1889.


Graves, John Temple. "Eulogy of Henry W. Grady." A Standard History of Georgia and Georgians Vol. III. Edited by Lucian Lamar Knight. Chicago: Lewis Publishing Company, 1917.


_________. "Memorial Address." Delivered at West Point, Georgia, April 26, 1876.


_________. "Union Decoration Day Speech." Delivered at Jacksonville, Florida, May 30, 1885.


Haygood, Atticus G. "Garfield's Memory." Delivered at Emory College, Oxford, Georgia, October 5, 1881.


_________. The New South. Delivered at Emory College, Oxford, Georgia, November 25, 1880. Edited by Judson C. Ward. Atlanta: Emory University Library, 1950.


_________. "Seney Hall." Delivered at Emory College, Oxford, Georgia, June 8, 1881.


Henry, Patrick. "Against the Federal Constitution." Delivered to the Virginia Ratifying Convention, Richmond, Virginia, June 5, 1788. American Forum. Edited by Ernest J. Wrage and Barnet Baskerville. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1960.


Hoge, Reverend Moses D. "Address on Jefferson Davis." Delivered at Richmond, Virginia, December 11, 1889.


_________. The Memories, Hopes and Duties of the Hour. Delivered at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia, June 15, 1886. Richmond, Virginia: Whittet and Shepperson, 1886.


_________. "Oration at the Inauguration of the Jackson Statue." Delivered at Richmond, Virginia, October 26, 1875.


Howe, Right Reverend W.B.W. Address on the Death of President Garfield. Delivered at Charleston, South Carolina, September 26, 1881; Charleston, South Carolina: News and Courier Book Presses, 1881.


Jarvis, Thomas J. Address Delivered Before the Society of Alumni of Randolph Macon College. Delivered at Ashland, Virginia, June 15, 1881. Richmond, Virginia: Johns and Goolsby, 1881.


Kemper, John. "Address at the Unveiling of Jackson's Statue." Delivered at Richmond, Virginia, October 26, 1875.


Key, David M. "Memorial to General Grant." Delivered at Chattanooga, Tennessee, August 8, 1885.


Law, Evander M. The Confederate Revolution. Delivered at Richmond, Virginia, May 28, 1890. Richmond, Virginia: Wm. Ellis Jones, 1890.


Lee, Fitzhugh. "Oration at the Unveiling of the Monument to the Confederate Dead." Delivered at Alexandria, Virginia, May 24, 1889.


Logan, Thomas M. "The Future of the South." Delivered at Columbia, South Carolina, July 21, 1875.


McGowan, Samuel. "Address at the Reunion of Orr's Rifles." Delivered at Walhalla, South Carolina, July 21, 1875.


Rose, U.M. "Memorial Address on the Life, Character and Public Services of Jefferson Davis." Delivered in Little Rock, Arkansas, December 13, 1889. Text in U.M. Rose, Addresses of U.M. Rose, With a Brief Memoir by George B. Rose. Edited by George B. Rose. Chicago: George I. Jones, 1914.


Throckmorton, James Webb. "Speech Delivered at Re-Union of Hood's Soldiers." Delivered at Waco, Texas, June 27, 1889.


Waddell, Alfred Moore. "Memorial Day Address." Delivered at New Bern, North Carolina, May 9, 1879.





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