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Brown, Joseph Emerson

Extended Bibliography

Collins, Bruce W. “Governor Joseph E. Brown, Economic Issues, and Georgia’s Road to Secession, 1857-59.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 71 (Summer 1987): 189-225.

Escott, Paul D. “Joseph E. Brown, Jefferson Davis, and the Problem of Poverty in the Confederacy.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 61 (Spring 1977): 59-71.

Fielder, Herbert. "A Sketch of the Life and Times and Speeches of Joseph E. Brown." Springfield, MA: Press of Springfield Printing Co., 1883.

Hall, Mark. “Alexander H. Stephens and Joseph E. Brown and the Georgia Resolutions for Peace.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 64 (Spring 1980): 50-63.

Hay, Thomas Robson. “Joseph Emerson Brown.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 13 (June 1929): 89-109.

Hettle, Wallace T. “An Ambiguous Democrat: Joseph Brown and Georgia’s Road To Secession. The Georgia Historical Quarterly 81 (Fall 1997): 577-592.

Hill, Louise Biles. Joseph E. Brown and the Confederacy. 1939. Reprint. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1972.

Lanier, Doris. “Joe Brown and Pumpkin Pie: Bill Nye’s Sketch.” Atlanta Historical Journal 30 (Summer 1986): 83-86.

McMurry, Richard M. “Joseph E. Brown of Georgia.” Civil War Times Illustrated 10 (November 1971): 30-39.

Mellichamp, Josephine, “Joseph E. Brown.” In Senators from Georgia, pp. 169-77. Huntsville, AL: Strode Publishers, 1976.

Niven, Alexander C. “Joseph E. Brown, Confederate Obstructionist.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 42 (September 1958): 233-57.

Parks, Joseph H. "Joseph E. Brown of Georgia." Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1977.

Roberts, Derrell C. “Joseph E. Brown and His Georgia Mines.”Georgia Historical Quarterly 52 (September 1968): 285-92.

___. "Joseph E. Brown and the Politics of Reconstruction. University, AL: University of Alabama Press, 1973.

___. “Joseph E. Brown and the Western Atlantic Railroad.” Atlanta Historical Journal 29 (Spring 1985): 5-40.

Spears, Leola. “The Senatorial Career of Joseph E. Brown.” Master’s thesis, University of Georgia, 1954.

Speer, Emory. “Joseph E. Brown of Georgia: Baccalaureate Address Commencement of Mercer University, Macon, Georgia, June 7, 1905.” Atlanta: Foote & Davies Co., Printers and Binders, 1905.

_____. "Lincoln, Lee, Grant, and other Biographical Addresses." New York: Neale Publishing Company, 1909.

Ward, Judson C. “Augustus Octavius Bacon and Joseph E. Brown: An Exchange of Letters.” Atlanta Historical Journal 26 (Winter 1982-1983): 65-67.

Wynne, Lewis N. “The Bourbon Triumvirate: A Reconsideration.” Atlanta Historical Journal 24 (Summer 1980): 39-55.