General Fitzhugh Lee, by Harry Warren Readnour, Bibliography

General Fitzhugh Lee: A Biographical Study

BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. Manuscripts

Edwin A. Alderman Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

Archer Anderson Papers. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond.

William A. Anderson Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

James Barbour Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

Berkeley Family Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

William E. Bibb Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

R. A. Brock Papers. Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, California.

John Stewart Bryan Papers. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond.

James Alston Cabell Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

Grover Cleveland Papers. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Compiled Service Records of Confederate General and Staff Officers, & Non-Regimental Enlisted Men. Record Group 109, The National Archives, Washington, D.C.

James E. Cooke Manuscript Collection. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

John Warwick Daniel Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

Dispatches from U.S. Consuls in Havana, 1783–1906. Record Group 59, The National Archives, Washington, D.C.

James H. Dunlop Papers. Southern Historical Collection at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Executive Journals, Commonwealth of Virginia. Virginia State Library, Richmond.

Henry D. Flood Papers. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Samuel Bassett French Collection of Biographical Sketches. Virginia State Library, Richmond.

Atcheson L. Hench Collection. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

John L. Hurt Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

Items from Cooper’s Old Book Store, Richmond. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

William A. Jones Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

Jefferson Randolph Kean Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

Daniel S. Lamont Papers. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Francis R. Lassiter Papers. Duke University Library, Durham, North Carolina.

Lee Family Papers. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond.

General Fitzhugh Lee, Document File No. 77633, Records of the Adjutant General’s Office. Record Group 94, The National Archives, Washington, D.C.

Governor Fitzhugh Lee Executive Papers. Virginia State Library, Richmond.

Fitzhugh Lee Miscellaneous Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

Robert Carter Lee Papers. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond.

John Letcher Papers. Virginia Military Institute, Lexington.

Letters Received by the Office of the Adjutant General, Main Series, 1861–1870. Record Group 94, The National Archives, Washington, D.C.

Lomax Family Papers. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond.

Elizabeth Watkins Lyons Papers. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond.

William A. Mahone Papers. Duke University Library, Durham, North Carolina.

H. B. McClellan Papers. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

William McKinley Papers. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

H. B. McClellan Papers. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond.

William McKinley Papers. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

William W. Minor, Jr., Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

Richard Olney Papers. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Fitzhugh Lee Opie Papers. In personal possession of Mr. Opie, Alexandria, Virginia. (Xerox copies of the collection are on deposit in the University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.)

Thomas Nelson Page Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

Thomas L. Rosser Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

Kirby Smith Papers. Southern Historical Collection at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Franklin Stringfellow Papers. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond.

Joseph M. Toner Collection. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

James Hoge Tyler Papers. University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville.

Charles Scott Venable Papers. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond.

Walter A. Watson Papers. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond.

James H. Wilson Papers. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

John S. Wise Papers. In personal possession of John S. Wise, Farmington, Virginia.

II. Public Documents

Acts and Joint Resolutions Passed by the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, 1883–1891.

Annual Reports of Officers, Boards and Institutions of the Commonwealth of Virginia, 1884–1890.

Journal of the House of Delegates of the State of Virginia, 1883–1894, 1901.

Richardson, James D., com. A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789–1897. 10 Vols. Washington, 1900.

Swem, Earl G., and Williams, John W. A Register of the General Assembly of Virginia, 1776–1918, and of the Constitutional Conventions. Richmond, 1918.

U.S. Department of Agriculture. Proceedings of the Jefferson Memorial and Interstate Good Roads Convention, 1902. Washington, 1902.

U.S. Navy Department. Register of the Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the Navy of the United States for 1855. Washington, 1855.

U.S. Senate. Journal of the Executive Proceedings, 1895–1899. Washington, 1909.

——. Report of the Commission Appointed by the President to Investigate the Conduct of the War Department in the War with Spain. Doc. No. 221. 56th Cong., 1st Sess., 1900.

——. The Report of the Naval Court of Inquiry Upon the Destruction of the United States Battleship Maine. Doc. No. 207. 55th Cong., 2nd Sess., 1898.

U.S. War Department. Reports of the Secretary of War, 1855, 1859, 1860.

——. Annual Reports of the War Department, 1899. Washington, 1899–1860.

——. The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. 70 Vols. Washington, 1880–1901.

III. Newspapers and Periodicals

Atlanta (Ga.) Journal
[Atlanta] Constitution

Fredericksburg (Va.) Star

Glasgow (Va.) Herald

Harrisonburg (Va.) Rockingham Register

New Orleans (La.) Republican

New York (N.Y.) Herald
[New York] Journal
[New York] Times
[New York] Tribune
[New York] World

Norfolk (Va.) Virginian-Pilot

Philadelphia (Pa.) Times

Richmond (Va.) Dispatch
[Richmond] Times

Roanoke (Va.) Leader

San Francisco (Calif.) Examiner

Washington (D.C.) National Republican
[Washington] Post

Harper’s Weekly

The Manufacturer’s Record

The Nation

IV. Pamphlets and Broadsides

Democratic State Central Committee, “A Reply to Sundry Charges Brought by General William Mahone against the Democratic Party of Virginia.” Richmond, 1889.

——. “Characteristic Facts in the Business and Political Career of General William Mahone.” Richmond, 1889.

“General Fitzhugh Lee, Bourbon-Funder Candidate for Governor.” 1885.

Mahone, William. “Address of the Readjuster State Executive Committee.” Petersburg, VA., 1883.

“The Election Laws and Instructions as to Voting and Election Returns.” 1885.

“Virginia—Campaign of 1887—Address of the Republican State Committee.” 1887.

“Platform and Address of the Republican Party of Virginia, Adopted July 15, 1885.” 1885.

“Republican Domination. What It Has Done for Virginia. A Brilliant Record!” 1885.

Ruffin, Frank G. “Cost and Outcome of Negro Education in Virginia, Respectfully Addressed to the White People of the State.” Richmond, 1889, in XCV, Rare Virginia Pamphlets, University of Virginia Library.

——. “Facts, Thoughts and Conclusions in Regard to the Public Debt of Virginia.” Richmond, 1885.

The Rockbridge Company. “Memorandum in Relation to the Rockbridge Company.” 1890.

——. “Prospectus.” 1889.

V. Books

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Armes, George. Ups and Downs of an Army Officer. Washington, 1900.

Atkins, Edwin F. Sixty Years in Cuba: Reminiscences of Edwin F. Atkins. Cambridge, Mass., 1926.

Bayard, Samuel J. The Life of George Dashiell Bayard. New York, 1874.

Beale, G. W. A Lieutenant of Cavalry in Lee’s Army. Boston, 1918.

Bender, Avarem B. The March of Empire: Frontier Defense in the Southwest, 1848–1860. Lawrence, Kans., 1952.

Blake, Nelson M. William Mahone of Virginia: Soldier and Political Insurgent. Richmond, 1935.

Boatner, Mark M., III. The Civil War Dictionary. New York, 1959.

Boney, F. N. John Letcher of Virginia: The Story of Virginia’s Civil War Governor. University, Ala., 1966.

Brackett, Albert G. History of the United States Cavalry, from the Formation of the Federal Government to the 1st of June, 1863. New York, 1865.

Brown, Charles H. The Correspondent’s War: Journalists in the Spanish-American War. New York, 1967.

Bruce, Philip A., et al. History of Virginia. 6 Vols. Chicago and New York, 1924.

Buck, Paul H. Road to Reunion. Boston, 1937.

Burger, Nash K., and Bettersworth, John K. South of Appomattox. New York, 1959.

Callan, John F. The Military Laws of the United States, 1776–1858. Baltimore, 1858.

Celebration of the Centennial Anniversary of the Battle of Bunker Hill. Boston, 1875.

Cadwick, French E. The Relations of the United States and Spain: Diplomacy. New York, 1909.

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Chestnut, Mary Boykin. A Diary from Dixie. Edited by Ben Ames Williams. Boston, 1949.

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Cullum, George W. Biographical Register of the Officers and Graduates of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. 3rd ed.; 5 Vols. Boston, 1891.

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Freeman, Douglas Southall. Lee’s Lieutenants: A Study in Command. 3 Vols. New York, 1942.

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Harrison, Mrs. Burton. Recollections Grave and Gay. New York, 1911.

Hartje, Robert G. Van Dorn: The Life and Times of a Confederate General. Nashville, Tenn., 1967.

Healy, David F. The United States in Cuba, 1898—1902: Generals, Politicians, and the Search for Policy. Madison, Wis., 1963.

Hess, Stephen, America’s Political Dynasties: From Adams to Kennedy. Garden City, N.Y., 1966.

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——. Virginia’s Next governor, General Fitzhugh Lee. New York, 1885.

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——, and Wheeler, Joseph. Cuba’s Struggle with Spain with the Causes for American Intervention and a Full Account of the Spanish-American War, including Final Peace Negotiations. New York, 1899.

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May, Ernest R. American Imperialism: A Speculative Essay. New York, 1968.

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McClellan, Henry B. The Life and Campaigns of Major-General J. E. B. Stuart, Commander of the Cavalry of the Army of Northern Virginia. Boston and New York, 1885.

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——. William McKinley and His America. Syracuse, N.Y., 1963.

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——, ed. Letters of Grover Cleveland, 1850–1908. Boston, 1948.

O’Ferrall, Charles T. Forty Years of Active Service. New York and Washington, 1904.

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Pearson, Charles C. The Readjuster Movement in Virginia. New Haven, 1917.

Pollard, Edward A. Lee and His Lieutenants. New York, 1867.

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Pulley, Raymond. Old Virginia Restored: An Interpretation of the Progressive Impulse, 1870–1930. Charlottesville, Va., 1968.

Randall, James G., and Donald, David. The Civil War and Reconstruction. 2nd ed., Boston, 1981.

Ransone, Coleman B., Jr. The Office of Governor in the United States. University, Ala., 1956.

Ratchford, Benjamin U. American State Debts. Durham, N.C., 1941.

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Rowland, Dunbar. Jefferson Davis: Constitutionalist, His Letters, Papers, and Speeches. 10 Vols. Jackson, Miss., 1923.

Rowland, Kate Mason. The Life of George Mason. 2 Vols. New York, 1892.

Sanborn, Margaret. Robert E. Lee: A Portrait, 1807–1861. Philadelphia, 1966.

Sanger, Donald B., and Hay, Thomas R. James Longstreet: Soldier, Politician, Officeholder, and Writer. Baton Rouge, La., 1952.

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Sheldon, William D. Populism in the Old Dominion: Virginia Farm Politics, 1885–1900. Princeton, 1935.

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Wise, John S. The Lion’s Skin. New York, 1905.

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VI. Articles

Boles, David C. “Editorial Opinion in Oklahoma and Indian Territories on the Cuban Insurrection, 1895–1898,” The Chronicles of Oklahoma, XLVII, No. 3 (Autumn, 1969), 258–267.

“Cavalry Fights with the Comanches.” The Magazine of American History, XI (February, 1884), 170–173.

Corbitt, Duvon C. “Cuban Revisionist Interpretations of Cuba’s Struggle for Independence,” The Hispanic American Historical Review, XLIII, No. 3 (August, 1963), 395–404.

Crimmins, Martin L. “‘Fitz’ Lee Kills an Indian,” Bulletin of the New York Public Library, XLI (May, 1937), 385–388.

——. “‘Jack’ Hayes story of Fitzhugh Lee’s Indian Fight,” West Texas Historical Association Yearbook. XIII (October, 1937), 40–49.

Crofts, Daniel W. “The Black Response to the Blair Education Bill,” The Journal of Southern History, XXXVII (February, 1971), 41–65.

Dabney, Robert L. “The New South” (Speech at Hampden-Sydney College, Virginia, 1882), in XIX, Rare Virginia Pamphlets, University of Virginia Library.

Davis, Curtis C. “Very Well-Rounded Republican: The Several Lives of John S. Wise,” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, LXXI, No. 4 (October, 1963), 461–487.

Davis, Virginia W. “Virginia Inaugurals: Only the Title Is the Same,” Virginia and the Virginia Record, LXXVI, No. 4 (January, 1954), 26–29, 104–106.

Early, Jubal A. “General Early’s Second Reply to Longstreet,” Southern Historical Society Papers, V (1878), 270–288.

——. “Leading Confederates on the Battle of Gettysburg: A Review by General Early,” Southern Historical Society Papers, IV (1877), 241–281.

——. “The Gettysburg Campaign: Report of Major-General J. A. Early,” Southern Magazine, XI (October, 1872), 385–393.

Eggert, Gerald G. “Our Man in Havana: Fitzhugh Lee,” The Hispanic American Historical Review, XLVII, No. 4 (November, 1967), 463–485.

Estep, Raymond, –Lieutenant William E. Burnett: Notes on Removal of Indians from Texas to Indian Territory,” The Chronicles of Oklahoma, XXXVIII (Autumn, 1960), 274–309.

“General Fitzhugh Lee’s Second Tour in Behalf of the Southern Historical Society,” Southern Historical Society Papers, XI (1883), 228–238.

“General Fitzhugh Lee’s Tour,” Southern Historical Society Papers, X (1882), 569–574.

Holbo, Paul S. “Presidential Leadership in Foreign Affairs: William McKinley and the Turpie-Foraker Amendment,” The American Historical Review, LXXII, No. 4 (July, 1967), 1321–1335.

Hunter, Robert W. “Fitzhugh Lee, An Address Delivered on Fitzhugh Lee Day at the Jamestown Exposition,” Southern Historical Society Papers, XXXV (1907), 132–145.

Johnson, John W. “Repudiation in Virginia,” North American Review, CXXXIV (February, 1882), 149–160.

Jones, John William. “Fitzhugh Lee,” Annual Reunion of the Association of Graduates, U.S.M.A. West Point, New York, 1905, 101–113.

——. “Our Gettysburg Series,” Southern Historical Society Papers, V (1878), 87–89.

Koch, Clara L. “The Federal Indian Policy in Texas, 1845–1860,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly, XXIX (July, 1925), 98–128.

Lee, Fitzhugh. “Cuba and Her Struggle for Freedom, From Personal Observations and Experiences,” The Fortnightly Review, LXIII (June 1, 1898), 855–866.

——. “Speech of General Fitz Lee at A.N.V. Banquet, October 28, 1875,” Southern Historical Society Papers, I, No. 2 (February, 1876), 99–103.

——. “Speech Made in New York by Gen. Fitzhugh Lee on Immigration,” The Southern Planter and Farmer, XXVII (January, 1876), 13–15.

——. “Synopsis of Gen. Fitzhugh Lee’s Address Exhibiting His Plans to Secure Immigration to Virginia,” The Southern Planter and Farmer, XXVII (February, 1876), 118–122.

“Major-Generals of the Volunteer Army,” Harper’s Weekly, XLII (May 14, 1898), 478.

McCrary, Ella L. “Life and Public Services of Fitzhugh Lee,” Midland Monthly, X (July, 1898), 42–47.

Moger, Allen W. “Industrial and Urban Progress in Virginia from 1880 to 1900,” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, LXVI, No. 3 (July, 1958), 307–336.

——. “Railroad Practices and Policies in Virginia from 1880 to 1900,” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, LIX, No. 4 (October, 1951), 423–457.

Morgan, Claude N. “The Gettysburg Controversy,” The United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine, XXX (December, 1967), 11, 30–35.

“Mother of General Fitzhugh Lee,” The Confederate Veteran, VI (1898), 501–502.

“Mrs. Fitzhugh Lee,” The Confederate Veteran, V (1897), 125.

“Noes and Queries,” Southern Historical Society Papers, X (1882), 524–525, and XII (1884), 568–570.

Oliver, J. R. “J. E. B. Stuart’s Fate at Yellow Tavern,” Southern Historical Society Papers, XIX, No. 11 (November, 1911), 531.

Radzyminski, Stanley F. “Charles Radziminski: Patriot, Exile, Pioneer,” The Chronicles of Oklahoma, XXXVIII (Winter, 1960), 354–368.

Reeves, Paschal. “Thomas S. Martin: Committee Statesman,” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, LXVIII, No. 3 (July, 1960), 344–364.

Roland, Charles P., and Robbins, Richard C., eds. “The Diary of Eliza (Mrs. Albert Sidney) Johnston,” South-Western Historical Quarterly, LX (April, 1957), 463–500.

Ryckman, W. G. “Clash of Cavalry at Trevilians,“ Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, LXXV, No. 4 (October, 1967), 443–458.

Scribner, W. G. “Ex-Confederate in Blue,” Virginia Cavalcade, V, No. 4 (Spring, 1956), 16–21.

“Serious Words with Veterans,” The Confederate Veteran, VI, No. 4 (April, 1898), 146.

Taylor, Robert T. “The Jamestown Tercentennial Exposition of 1907,” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, LXV, No. 2 (April, 1957), 169–208.

Thoburn, Joseph B. “Indian Fight in Ford County in 1859,” Collections of the Kansas State Historical Society, XII (1912), 312–329.

White, Hugh A. “Personal Recollections of the Rockbridge Land Boom,” Lexington Va., Rockbridge County News, April 21 and 28, 1938.

Williams, J. W. “The Van Dorn Trails,̶ Southwestern Historical Quarterly, XLIV (January, 1941), 321–343.

Wilson, Rufus R. “The Leaders of Our Army,̶ Munsey’s Magazine, XIX, No. 5 (August, 1898), 643–664.

Wynes, Charles T. “Charles T. O’Ferrall and the Virginia Gubernatorial Election of 1893,” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, LXIV, No. 4 (October, 1956), 437–453.

VII. Unpublished Works

Bear, James A., Jr. “Thomas Staples Martin: A Study in Virginia Politics, 1883–1896.” M.A. thesis, University of Virginia, 1952.

Burton, Robert C. “The History of Taxation in Virginia, 1870–1901.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Virginia, 1962.

Cole, Howson W. “Harrison Holt Riddleberger, Readjuster.” M.S. thesis, University of Virginia, 1952.

Doss, Richard B. “John Warwick Daniel: A Study in the Virginia Democracy.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Virginia, 1955.

Eckenrode, Hamilton J. “History of Virginia since 1865: 1865–1945, A Political History.” Unpublished manuscript, University of Virginia.

Ferrell, Henry C. “Claude A. Swanson of Virginia.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Virginia, 1964.

Horn, Herman L. “The Growth and Development of the Democratic Party in Virginia since 1890.” Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, 1949.

Jones, Robert R. “Conservative Virginian: The Post-War Career of Governor James Lawson Kemper.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Virginia, 1964.

Lowe, Richard G. “Republicans, Rebellion, and Reconstruction: The Republican Party in Virginia, 1856–1870.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Virginia, 1968.

McFarland, George M. “The Extension of Democracy in Virginia, 1850–1895.” Ph.D. dissertation, Princeton University, 1934.

Melzer, John S. “The Danville Riot, November 3, 1883.” M.A. thesis, University of Virginia, 1963.

Moore, James T. “To Carry Africa into the War: The Readjuster Movement and the Negro.” M.A. thesis, University of Virginia, 1968.

Offner, John L. “President McKinley and the Origins of the Spanish-American War.” Ph.D. dissertation, Pennsylvania State University, 1957.

Ours, Robert M. “Virginia’s First Redeemer Legislature, 1869–1871.” M.A. thesis, University of Virginia, 1966.

Porter, Julian. “Frederick William Mackey Holliday, Governor of Virginia, 1878–1881.– M.A. thesis, University of Virginia, 1969.

Quinn, James T. “John S. Barbour and the Restoration of the Virginia Democracy, 1883–1892.” M.A. thesis, University of Virginia, 1966.

Ray, William G. “Public Opinion and Thomas S. Martin: The Role of the Virginia Press in the Senatorial Campaign of 1892–1893.” History 207–208 session paper, University of Virginia, 1965.

Smith, James Douglas. “Virginia during Reconstruction, 1865–1870: A Political, Economic, and Social Study.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Virginia, 1960.

Tate, William C., Jr. “The Danville Riot of 1883: Its Effect on Politics in Virginia.” M.A. thesis, University of Richmond, 1968.

Zuckerman, Bernice. “Philip Watkins McKinney, Governor of Virginia, 1890–1894.” M.A. thesis, University of Virginia, 1867.

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