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The South in the building of the nation : a history of the southern states designed to record the South's part in the making of the American nation ; to portray the character and genius, to chronicle the achievements and progress and to illustrate the life and traditions of the southern people.

Author: J A C ChandlerFranklin L RileyJames Curtis BallaghJohn Bell HennemanEdwin MimsAll authors
Publisher: Richmond, Va. : Southern historical publication Society, [©1909-1913]
Series: South in the building of the nation.
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
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South in the building of the nation.
Richmond, Va., Southern historical publication Society [©1909-1913]
(OCoLC)608222230
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J A C Chandler; Franklin L Riley; James Curtis Ballagh; John Bell Henneman; Edwin Mims; Thomas E Watson; Samuel Chiles Mitchell; Walter L Fleming; J Walker McSpadden; Southern Historical Publication Society.
OCLC Number: 3100852
Notes: Vols. 1-4, 7-12, 1909; v. 5-6, 1910; v. 13, 1913.
Description: 13 volumes : color fronts, plates (some color) portraits (some color) map, facsimiles ; 24 cm.
Contents: v. 1-3. History of the states / ed. by J.A.C. Chandler --
v. 4. Political history / ed. by F.L. Riley --
v. 5. Economic history, 1607-1865 / ed. by J.C. Ballagh --
v. 6. Economic history, 1865-1909 / ed. by J.C. Ballagh --
v. 7. History of the intellectual life / ed. by J.B. Henneman --
v. 8. History of southern fiction / ed. by E. Mims --
v. 9 History of southern oratory / ed. by T.E. Watson --
v. 10. History of the social life / ed. by S.C. Mitchell --
v. 11-12. Southern biography / ed. by W.L. Fleming --
v. 13. Index and study course, ed. by J.W. McSpadden.
Series Title: South in the building of the nation.

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