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The Gulf States Historical Magazine, Volume 1, Number 3, November, 1902

Owen, Thomas McAdory

Editorial: Montgomery, 1902
Condición: Very Good
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This 104 year old magazine was a private enterprise owned by Thomas M. Owen and Joel C. DuBose. Mr. Owen was Director of the Department of Archives and History for Alabama at that time. Although it was devoted primarily to historical and genealogical information pertaining to Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Florida and Mississippi, it also contained material concerning adjacent states. It was a bi-monthly publication. This issue is Volume I, No. 3, November, 1902. Articles include: The Necessity for a New Life of Andrew Jackson by Arthur S. Colyar The Continuity of Constitutional Government in Mexico under President Juarez by Clarence Ousley Louisiana History in Government Documents by William Beer How the News of the Assassination of President Lincoln was Received by the Confederate Prisoners on Johnson's Island, in April, 1865" by John W. Inzer Several historical documents are included: A proclamation referring to the first session of the Legislative Council in Tallahassee, Florida A letter and resolution sent by Florida's Governor Duval to President Adams to be forwarded to General Lafayette A description of the Confederate flag adopted in 1861 The service of Raphael Semmes from 1826 to 1861, with a copy of his letter of resignation A list of bound newspaper files in the library of The University of Georgia. An article on the Ross family, with a sketch of Jack Ferrill Ross (State Treasurer of Alabama) was written by Thomas Owen. It traces the family back to John Ross, born in 1754, probably in Virginia. Copies of documents include a letter from John C. Calhoun on the division of the Methodist Church in 1844, a letter from Hon. John A Campbell to Prof. Henry Tutwiler and a resolution of the Philomathic Society of the University of Alabama in 1837 concerning the expulsion of James G. Birney. Minor topics include "Early Southern Officials", "The Louisiana Boundary" and "The Confederate Battle Flag". A "Notes and Queries" section contains information and questions submitted by readers. Other articles are "Historical News" and "Book Notes and Reviews". The last few pages contain advertisements for the Rolfe edition of Shakespeare, J.L. Mead Cycle Co., J. Stevens Arms & Tool Company, Frisco Railroad, books by Thomas Owen, the book "Sketches of Alabama History" by Joel DuBose and the Magazine of American History. N° de ref. de la librería 008727

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Título: The Gulf States Historical Magazine, Volume ...

Editorial: Montgomery

Año de publicación: 1902

Encuadernación: Printed Paper Covers

Condición del libro:Very Good

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