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Charles Colcock Jones
Charles Colcock Jones (Amerikaans historicus (1831-1893))
Charles Colcock Jones, Jr (American politician, lawyer, soldier and historian)
Colcock Jones, Charles
Jones, C. C.
Jones, C. C. (Jr)
Jones C. Charles jr
Jones, Charles
Jones, Charles C.
Jones, Charles C. (Jr)
Jones, Charles Colcock
Jones, Charles Colock
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Confederate Survivors Association
Dutcher, Salem
Gad, Finn (1911-)
Georgia Historical Society
Twiggs, Hanaford D. D.
United Confederate Veterans. Georgia Division. Confederate Survivors' Association Camp No. 435
United Confederate veterans. Georgia division. Confederate survivors' association camp, no. 435. [from old catalog]
Vedder, O. F.
Weldon, Frank
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Aboriginal structures in Georgia.
Address delivered at Midway meeting house in Liberty County, Georgia, on the second Wednesday in March, 1889
address delivered before the Confederate survivors' association, An
Antiquities of the southern Indians, particularly of the Georgia tribes.
Biographical sketch of the Honorable Major John Habersham of Georgia
Biographical sketches of the delegates from Georgia to the Continental Congress.
Brigadier-General Robert Toombs.
Casimir Pulaski. An address delivered before the Georgia historical society
dead towns of Georgia, The
Defence of Battery Wagner, July 18th, 1863.
English colonization of Georgia. 1733-1752., The
evacuation of Battery Wagner, and the battle of Ocean Pond., The
Funeral oration ...
Hernando de Soto : the adventures encountered and the route pursued by the adelantado during his march through the territory embraced within the present geographical limits of the state of Georgia
Historical address, delivered to the Liberty Independent Troop, upon its anniversary, February 22, 1856.
Historical sketch of the Chatham artillery during the Confederate struggle for independence.
Historical sketch of Tomo-chi-chi, mico of the Yamacraws
History of Georgia
Hon. R. M. T. Hunter. Post-bellum mortality among Confederates.
life and services of Commodore Josiah Tattnall;, The
life and services of ex-Governor Charles Jones Jenkins., The
life and services of the Honorable Maj. Gen. Samuel Elbert, of Georgia, The
life, literary labors and neglected grave of Richard Henry Wilde, by Charles C. Jones, jr., LL. D., The
Memorial history of Augusta, Georgia. From its settlement in 1735 to the close of the eighteenth century
Memorial presented to His Grace
Monumental remains of Georgia. Pt. 1.
Negro myths from the Georgia coast told in the vernacular
old South., The
Oration pronounced by Col. Charles C. Jones, Jr. : on the 31st October 1878, upon the occasion of the unveiling and dedication of the Confederate monument, erected by the Ladies Memorial Association of Augusta, Georgia.
Reminiscences of the last days, death and burial of General Henry Lee.
roster of general officers, heads of departments, senators, representatives, military organizations, etc., etc., in Confederate service during the war between the states., A
Sepulture of Major General Nathanael Greene : and of Brig. Gen. Count Casimir Pulaski
settlement of the Jews in Georgia. By Chas. C. Jones, jr., The
siege of Savannah, in 1779, as described in two contemporaneous journals of French officers in the fleet of Count d'Estaing., The
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 sea., The