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Fri Mar 21 17:13:19 2014 UTClccn-n500403410.00Memorial resolution introduced by Colonel Jos. B. Cumming at the sixteenth annual reunion of the Confederate Survivors' Association of Augusta, Georgia, on Memorial Day, April 26, 1894, in honor of its late president Colonel Charles C. Jones, jr., LL.D., : together with the speeches of Messrs. F.M. Stovall and Salem Dutcher seconding the resolution; the remarks of Capt. Chas. E. Coffin; and the historian's report, submitted by Charles Edgeworth Jones. : Printed by order of the association0.521.00Papers,57500139Charles_Colcock_Jones,_Jr.n 5004034175533Colcock Jones, Charles 1831-1893Jones, C. C. 1831-1893Jones, C. C. (Charles Colcock), 1831-1893Jones, C. C. JrJones C. Charles jr.Jones, Charles C.Jones, Charles C. 1831-1893Jones, Charles C. (Charles Colcock), 1831-1893Jones, Charles C. JrJones, Charles Colcock, 1831-1893lccn-n81112991Schnell, Frank T.lccn-n80039712United StatesContinental Congresslccn-n86138545Confederate Survivors Associationlccn-n81032620Dutcher, Salemedtlccn-n77020074Tomo-chi-chi-1739lccn-n79054873Georgia Bar Associationlccn-n50068526Georgia Historical Societylccn-n91008583YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n81107959Gordon, John Brown1832-1904lccn-nr94012677Tattnall, Josiah1795-1871Jones, Charles C.(Charles Colcock)1831-1893HistoryFolkloreBiographySermonsBiography‡vDictionariesRegistersGenealogyPersonal narrativesDictionariesFictionGeorgiaAntiquitiesSouthern StatesIndians of North America--AntiquitiesAnimalsTalesGeorgia--Atlantic CoastGullahsGeorgia--SavannahUnited StatesSiege of Savannah (Georgia : 1779)Indians of North AmericaAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)American Civil War (1861-1865)United States.--Continental CongressMoundsAfrican AmericansGeorgia--AugustaJudges--Salaries, etcExtinct citiesGeorgia--FredericaGeorgia--SunburyJones, Charles C.--(Charles Colcock),Siege of Savannah (Georgia : 1864)Georgia--Ebenezer (Effingham County)Tattnall, Josiah,StatesmenConfederate States of America.--ArmyUnited States--Confederate States of AmericaLee, Henry,Sherman's March to the Sea (1864)Tomo-chi-chi,South CarolinaGeorgia.--Chatham Artillery of SavannahTravelRegimental historiesCreek IndiansMilitary campaignsGeorgia--Savannah--Svannah Historic DistrictEstaing, Charles Henri,--comte d',Confederate States of America.--Army.--Georgia ArtilleryHistoriansJones familyGeorgia--Liberty CountyLawyersFamiliesGhost stories, AmericanBiographyPolitical scienceArmed Forces--Officers183118931832184218471856185918601861186318661867186818691870187118721873187418751876187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941897190319081909191119131925193519601964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751977197819791980198119821983198519871988198919901991199319951997199819992000200220032008200920112012201310674264667975.01E78.G3ocn001489665ocn002186353ocn004732391ocn005359753ocn015237063ocn866664205ocn291101762ocn866771471ocn865638050ocn866594623ocn866306033ocn866052006ocn865609055ocn866113171ocn866397105ocn866062763ocn866710364ocn472473950ocn760984438216228ocn044963255file18730.37Jones, Charles CAntiquities of the southern Indians, particularly of the Georgia tribesLong a classic of southeastern archaeology, Charles Jones's Antiquities of the Southern Indians was a groundbreaking work that linked historic tribes with prehistoric "antiquities." Published in 1873, it predated the work of Cyrus Thomas and Clarence Moore and remains a rich resource for modern scholars. Jones was a pioneer of archaeology who not only excavated important sites but also related his findings to other sites, to contemporary Indians, and to artifacts from other areas. His work covers all of the southeastern states, from Virginia to Louisiana, and is noted for its insights+-+09556826359755ocn784967001file19910.39Jones, Charles CGullah folktales from the Georgia coastFolkloreIn 1888, Charles Colcock Jones Jr. published the first collection of folk narratives from the Gullah-speaking people of the South Atlantic coast, tales he heard black servants exchange on his family's rice and cotton plantation. It has been out of print and largely unavailable until now. Jones saw the stories as a coastal variation of Joel Chandler Harris's inland dialect tales and sought to preserve their unique language and character. Through Jones' rendering of the sound and syntax of nineteenth-century Gullah, the lively stories describe the adventures and mishaps of such characters as "Buh Rabbit," "Buh Ban-Yad Rooster," and other animals. The tales range from the humorous to the instructional and include stories of the "sperits," Daddy Jupiter's "vision," a dying bullfrog's last wish, and others about how "buh rabbit gained sense" and "why the turkey buzzard won't eat crabs."+-+916778573577925ocn000045471book18880.63Jones, Charles CNegro myths from the Georgia coast, told in the vernacularFolkloreFiction54130ocn001816720book18830.47Jones, Charles CThe history of GeorgiaHistory5006ocn000160347book19680.50Jones, Charles CThe siege of Savannah by the fleet of Count d'Estaing in 1779History42425ocn455351326book18780.32Jones, Charles CThe dead towns of GeorgiaHistoryGenealogy+-+348955479631615ocn000403014book18320.37Jones, Charles CBiographical sketches of the delegates from Georgia to the Continental CongressHistoryBiographyBiography DictionariesDictionaries24814ocn000259413book18900.39Jones, Charles CMemorial history of Augusta, Georgia. From its settlement in 1735 to the close of the eighteenth centuryHistoryBiography24718ocn001576907book18680.86Jones, Charles CHistorical sketch of Tomo-chi-chi, mico of the Yamacraws2332ocn060725587file18850.88Jones, Charles CThe necessity for increasing the salaries of the judicial officers of Georgia an address delivered before the Georgia Bar Association at its annual meeting in Atlanta, Ga., on the 14th of August, 188421921ocn004837606book18670.79Jones, Charles CHistorical sketch of the Chatham artillery during the Confederate struggle for independenceHistory19112ocn003621747book18610.92Jones, Charles CMonumental remains of Georgia1624ocn011507783book18870.56Gordon, John BrownThe old South Addresses delivered before the Confederate Survivor's Association in Augusta, Georgia, on the occasion of its ninth annual reunion on Memorial Day, April 26, 1887HistorySermons1577ocn001685521book18740.63Jones, Charles CThe siege of Savannah in December, 1864, and the Confederate operations in Georgia and the third military district of South Carolina during General Sherman's march from Atlanta to the seaHistoryPersonal narratives15615ocn000412975book18780.73Jones, Charles CThe life and services of Commodore Josiah Tattnall14814ocn006804824book18740.81Jones, Charles CThe siege of Savannah in 1779, as described in two contemporaneous journals of French officers in the fleet of Count d'EstaingHistory12713ocn505797925book18760.79Jones, Charles CA roster of general officers, heads of departments, senators, representatives, military organizations, etc., etc., in Confederate service during the war between the statesHistoryGenealogyRegisters1127ocn001825723book18870.86Jones, Charles CThe life and services of the Honorable Maj. Gen. Samuel Elbert, of GeorgiaHistory10910ocn005923598com18700.90Jones, Charles CReminiscences of the last days, death and burial of General Henry Lee1012ocn423585979file18680.90Jones, Charles CAncient tumuli on the Savannah River433ocn019038622book19880.63Jones, Charles CThe siege of Savannah in December, 1864, and the Confederate operations in Georgia and the third military district of South Carolina during General Sherman's march from Atlanta to the seaHistoryPersonal narratives412ocn004154034book18930.79Jones, Charles EdgeworthIn memoriam. Col. Charles C. Jones, jr., LL. D., historian, biographer, and archæologist. 1831-1893361ocn040603519com19980.84Jones, Charles CThe Siege of Savannah in December, 1864, and the Confederate operations in Georgia and the third military district of South Carolina during General Sherman's march from Atlanta to the seaHistoryPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives Confederate272ocn006310497book18940.63Cumming, Joseph BMemorial resolution introduced by Colonel Jos. B. Cumming at the sixteenth annual reunion of the Confederate Survivors' Association of Augusta, Georgia, on Memorial day, April 26, 1894, in honor of its late president Colonel Charles C. Jones, jr., L.L.D., together with the speeches of Messrs. F.M. Stovall and Salem Dutcher seconding the resolution; the remarks of Capt. Charles E. Coffin; and the historian's report, submitted by Charles Edgeworth Jones. Printed by order of the Association181ocn003329278book18850.88Jones, Charles CThe necessity for increasing the salaries of the judicial officers of Georgia an address delivered before the Georgia Bar Association at its annual meeting in Atlanta, Ga., on the 14th of August, 1884123ocn008808289book19810.86Berry, James WilliamGrowing up in the old South : the childhood of Charles Colcock Jones, Jr.Biography51ocn040562773book19810.28Jones, Charles CJones sees a ghost41ocn006348165book18890.23Jones, Charles EdgeworthColonel Charles C. Jones, Jr., LL. D., of Georgia, historian, biographer and archaeologistBiography31ocn191325931book1894Cumming, Joseph BMemorial resolution introduced by Colonel Jos. B. Cumming at the sixteenth annual reunion of the Confederate Survivors' Association of Augusta, Georgia, on Memorial Day, April 26, 1894, in honor of its late president Colonel Charles C. Jones, jr., LL.D., : together with the speeches of Messrs. F.M. Stovall and Salem Dutcher seconding the resolution; the remarks of Capt. Chas. E. Coffin; and the historian's report, submitted by Charles Edgeworth Jones. : Printed by order of the association21ocn006336651book19030.47Jones, Charles EdgeworthCol. Charles C. Jones, Jr., LL. D. : late of Augusta, GeorgiaBiography21ocn171610262book1894Thomas Birch's SonsCatalogue of the valuable autographic collection and engraved portraits and views gathered by the late Colonel Charles Colcock Jones, LL.D., historian of Georgia11ocn319634717mix1.00Jones, Charles EdgeworthCharles Edgeworth Jones papersHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceThe collection consists of correspondence, writings, etc of Charles Edgeworth Jones. Included are items related to Charles Colcock Jones and the University of Georgia11ocn028639144book1873Jones, George WashingtonLetterConsists of a letter from George Washington Jones, U.S. Representative from Tennessee, to Charles C. Jones, Jr., who was compiling a roster of those who had served in the Confederate Congress. G.W. Jones gives a brief autobiographical sketch11ocn038754473mix1.00Hill, D. HD.H. Hill PapersHistoryRecords and correspondenceCollection contains miscellaneous letters and papers of Hill including scattered items pertaining to his service in the Confederate Army; a letter to C.C. Jones, Jr., concerning their love for the Confederacy; and materials relating to Hill's work as editor of THE LAND WE LOVE. Other items include a lodging bill; an 1863 order from Junius Daniel concerning troop movements in N.C.; and a message form Hill to General Stevenson about miltary operations in N.C. in the closing days of the conflict. One letter written to Hill while president of University of Arkansas, is from Thomas Fenwick Drayton. Drayton discusses Charlotte and gives information on the post-war activities of various officers from the Confederacy. Of Charlotte in 1878 Drayton notes: "The gamblers and saloon-men run this town."11ocn028418084mix1.00Beauregard, G. THistoryPoetryRecords and correspondencePapers (22 items) relating to Beauregard's Civil War career, including correspondence, notes to and from various troop commands, reports on the return of troops after 1st Battle of Bull Run, and 5 poems dedicated to the general; together with family and personal papers, consisting mainly of letters (1888-1893) from Beauregard to his granddaughter, Lauré Beauregard Larendon, but also including correspondence of his brother, Toutant Beauregard, his daughter, Julia Beauregard Larendon, his son-in-law, Charles A. Larendon, as well as Elizabeth Washington Foote Cheves, Annie Chambers Ketchum, Joseph Surand, and Augusta Jane Evans Wilson. Civil War correspondents include Braxton Bragg, Joseph Emerson Brown, Jefferson Davis, Quincy Adams Gilmore, Charles Colcock Jones, Thomas Jordan, Joseph Brevard Kershaw, William Whann Mackall, Julian Keith Sass, and Mary Eliza Perine Tucker11ocn049778151book0.10Jones, Charles ColcockAutobigraphy of C.C. Jones, Jr. : (mimeographed copy of a letter from him to his daughter, May 11th, 1888)11ocn019347877mix1.00Colquitt, Alfred HoltPapersPapers of Alfred H. Colquitt and of his father, Walter Terry Colquitt, U.S. Congressman, including a letter by Walter concerning politics and an upcoming presidential election, and a letter by Alfred to C.C. Jones, Jr., discussing his address on the New South11ocn038477298mix1.00Mitchell, William LWilliam L. Mitchell family papersThe collection consists of papers of William Letcher Mitchell and the Mitchell family of Athens, Georgia from 1819-1901. The papers mainly contain correspondence, but also include reports (1875-1880) from the University of Georgia (UGA). The correspondence contains information on Mitchell's law practice; his tenure on the Board of Trustees at UGA; Georgia politics; as well as his involvement with the Athens Presbyterian Church, the UGA University High School (Athens, Georgia), and the Athens division of the Scottish Rite Masonic order. Correspondents include Herschel V. Johnson, Charles Colcock Jones, Andrew A. Lipscomb, John Letcher, Henry H. Tucker, and Boykin Wright. After Mitchell's death in 1882, the correspondence is addressed to Frances L. Mitchell11ocn019903025mix1.00Lossing, Benson JohnPapersHistoryPapers include a letter, 1856, from Samuel Adams Lee concerning his biography of Henry ("Light Horse Harry") Lee; a letter, 1858, from George Henry Moore, regarding the publication of Charles Lee's papers; a letter, 1865, from Captain William R. Woodin, 150th Regiment, New York Infantry, describing Charleston after its capture by Union troops, and listing documents concerning secession taken from the vacant home of Robert Barnwell Rhett and sent to Lossing; correspondence, 1870s and 1880s, between Lossing and Charles Colcock Jones, concerning the writings and publications of both men; correspondence with Jones and John F. Pickett about the great seal of the Confederate States of America; and a handwritten draft of an article by Lossing, "Castilians in the Land of the Flowers," on Panfilo de Narváez's expedition to Florida in 152711ocn038476420mix1.00Harden, WilliamWilliam Harden family papersThe collection consists of papers of William Harden and the Harden family of Savannah, Georgia from 1826-1936. The papers include correspondence, legal documents, genealogical materials, clippings, as well as speeches and writings of William Harden. The bulk of the collection (1844-1936) consists of correspondence to William Harden or Judge Edward J. Harden. Letters to William Harden pertain to Georgia history and family genealogy as well as letters documenting Harden's duties as Secretary of the Sons of the Revolution (Savannah, Ga.) and as Librarian for the Georgia Historical Society (Savannah, Ga.). Correspondence to Judge Edward Jenkins Harden discusses Georgia politics and law cases. Notable correspondents include Joseph Henry Lumpkin, Charles Colcock Jones, Jr., and Caroline Miller. Also includes correspondence of other family members including John Maxwell Harden, Edward T. Harden, and Ann Harden Morse+-+9167785735+-+9167785735Fri Mar 21 15:59:44 EDT 2014batch36524