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Cumulative index, the Confederate veteran magazine, 1893-1932

Louis H. Manarin, editor ; Robert S. Bridgers, assistant editor
Bridgers, Robert S. (Added Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Wilmington, North Carolina : Broadfoot Pub. Co., c1986
3 v. (cxxxii, 2387 p.)

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This index includes entries for all persons, places, events, and key word subjects. It also includes a chart cross-referencing Southern battle names to Northern designations and a listing of Confederate military organizations by local designation.

Contents: v. 1. A-F -- v. 2. G-O -- v. 3. P-Z.

The library has the issues of the Confederate Veteran to which this index refers, see entry in the Author/Title catalog: Confederate veteran (Nashville, Tennessee).

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