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Bibliography

Primary Sources

Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Alabama Confederate Lodge No. 292 Charter – dated 7 October 1861 Annual Report – 1861-1862 Letter to Grand Secretary from Mobile Lodge No. 40 – 30 September 1861 Letter to No. 292 from Peleg Brown (No. 40) - 24 February 1862 Letter to No. 292 from Howard Lodge No. 69 - 5 November 1861

Correspondence Files for: Alabama Volunteers No. 293 (8th Regt. VA)

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    W. Garrett No. 294 (20th Regt.)

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    S. Shelton No. 295

Stonewall No. 296 (18th Regt.) Bettie No. 297 (9th Bat.) Win. H. Norris No. 298 (Lewis Squadron) Soldiers No. 299 (14th Regt.) 59th Regimental No. 300 (59th Regt.) Battle No. 302 (Battle’s Brigade) 30th Regimental No. 303 (30th Regt.) Richardson No. 306 (Hodgon’s Calvary) Buford No. 307 (3rd Brigade, Loring Div.) John C. Reid No. 309 (28th Regt.) Alabama Rebel No. 310 (Wilcox Brigade) Henrietta No. 311 (58th Regt.) Zack Deas No. 312 (22nd Regt.) 12th Louisiana No. 313 Baker’s Brigade No. 314

Articles

Vinovskis, Maris A. “Have Social Historians Lost the Civil War? Some Preliminary Demographic Speculations” The Journal of American History, Vol. 76, No. 1. (June, 1989), pp. 34-58.

Wilkerson, H. Lloyd (MG, USMC, ret.), “History of Military Lodges in Freemasonry,” presentation at a meeting of Wilkerson College Lodge No. 706, Mount Gilead, NC, October 5, 2002.

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