Subseries 5.1
Teaching files from Emory University, 1949-1980
Boxes 142-153

History 201: United States History to 1865
Box Folder Content
142 1 Lecture notes
142 2 Lecture notes
142 3 Lecture notes
142 4 Exams
142 5 Quizzes
142 6 Instructions for outside reading
142 7 Collected source material: clippings and printed material, 1948, 1950-1951, 1953, 1955
142 8 Collected source material: clippings and printed material, 1958-1959, 1962, no date
History 202: United States History, 1865 to Present
142 9 Lecture notes
142 10 Exams and quizzes
142 11 Handouts
142 12 Collected source material: clippings and printed material, 1940, 1950
History 251: The American Civil War
143 1 Syllabi
143 2 Course outline, 1971
143 3 Lecture notes, Lesson 1: The road to war
143 4 Lecture notes, Lesson 2: The election of Lincoln and secession
143 5 Lecture notes, Lesson 3: Inauguration of Lincoln and the outbreak of hostilities
143 6 Lecture notes, Lesson 4: A profile of the war or what kind of a war
143 7 Lecture notes, Lesson 5: Early campaigns
143 8 Lecture notes, Lesson 6: The Confederate government and some of its problems
143 9 Lecture notes, Lesson 6: The Confederate government and some of its problems: Confederate Vice-President and Cabinet
143 10 Lecture notes, Lesson 7: Military campaigns of 1862
143 11 Lecture notes, Lesson 8: Eastern military campaigns, 1863
143 12 Lecture notes, Lesson 9: Military campaigns of the West, 1863
143 13 Lecture notes, Lesson 10: Negroes in the Civil War
143 14 Lecture notes, Lesson 11: Common Soldiers of the Civil War-a summary portrait
144 1 Lecture notes, Lesson 12: Home life in the Confederacy
144 2 Lecture notes, Lesson 13: Aspects of northern life during the war
144 3 Lecture notes, Lesson 14: Military campaigns of 1864-1865
144 4 Lecture notes, Lesson 15: The American question abroad
144 5 Lecture notes, Lesson 16: Why the North won the Civil War
144 6 Miscellaneous lecture notes
144 7 Miscellaneous lecture notes
144 8 Miscellaneous lecture notes
144 9 Miscellaneous lecture notes
144 10 Miscellaneous lecture notes
144 11 Instructional aids, bibliographies
144 12 Instructional aids, book lists, 1971, no date
144 13 Instructional aids, exams, 1970, 1973, no date
144 14 Instructional aids, quizzes, 1971, 1976, 1978-1979, no date
144 15 Instructional aids, instructions for outside reading
144 16 Instructional aids, handouts
144 17 Instructional aids, handouts: Confederate congress
144 18 Instructional aids, special project: Study of a Confederate Newspaper: Lists of holdings at Emory University
145 1 Instructional aids, Civil War songs: Reel-to-reel sound recording
145 2 Instructional aids, cassette sound recording
145 3 Instructional aids, words and music
145 4 Instructional aids, songsheets
146 1 Instructional aids, memoranda and correspondence, 1953, 1959, 1961, 1970-1975
146 2 Instructional aids, letters of appreciation, 1973
146 3 Collected source material, bibliographies and book lists, 1959-1960, no date
146 4 Collected source material, clippings, 1951-1956
146 5 Collected source material, clippings, 1957-1962
146 6 Collected source material, clippings, 1964, 1967, 1969, 1971-1973, no date
146 7 Collected source material, printed material, 1918, 1942, 1944
146 8 Collected source material, printed material, 1952-1953, 1956, 1958-1959
146 9 Collected source material, printed material, 1960-1963, 1966, 1969, 1971
146 10 Collected source material, printed material, no date
146 11 Collected source material, printed material, no date
146 12 Collected source material, Carl Sandburg: Address presented at the ceremony opening "The American Civil War, A Centennial Exhibition", 25 October 1961 [carbon transcription]
History 255: The South in American History
147 1 Syllabi, 1979 revision
147 2 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 1: Slavery-legal and economic aspects
147 3 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 2: Slave life
147 4 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 3: Recent interpretations of slavery
147 5 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 4: The antebellum Southern social system
147 6 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 5: Education in antebellum South
147 7 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 6: Antebellum southern literature
147 8 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 7: From nationalism to sectionalism
147 9 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 8: Secession and the outbreak of hostilities
147 10 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 9: A profile of the Civil War (part 2)
147 11 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 10: Confederate leaders and some of their problems
147 12 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 11: Southerners who fought the war: Confederate soldiers and their generals
147 13 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 12: Southern Negroes during the Civil War
147 14 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 14: Why the South lost the Civil War
147 15 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 16: Aspects of Southern life, 1865-1880
147 16 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 17: Highlights of the period, 1880-1930
147 17 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 18: The recent South: The country and its people
147 18 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 19: The recent South: Economic trends
147 19 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 20: The recent South: Political and cultural trends
147 20 Lecture notes, 1979 revision, Lesson 21: The recent South: Social and racial trends
148 1 Lecture notes, Lesson 1: The South today: Characteristics and trends
148 2 Lecture notes, Lesson 1: The South today: Characteristics and trends
148 3 Lecture notes, Lesson 1: Slavery-legal and economic aspects
148 4 Lecture notes, Lesson 2: Slave life
148 5 Lecture notes, Lesson 5: Southern prosperity and self-confidence
148 6 Lecture notes, Lesson 9: The peculiar institution
148 7 Lecture notes, Lesson 11: The growing trends toward separatism
148 8 Lecture notes, Lesson 12: The Southern social system [1 page outline]
148 9 Lecture notes, [Lesson 16?]: Aspects of reconstruction
148 10 Lecture notes, [Lesson 17?]: Salient trends in history of the south, 1876-1930
148 11 Lecture notes, Lesson [?]: The changing South, 1930-1979
148 12 Lecture notes, miscellaneous lecture notes
148 13 Instructional aids, bibliographies
148 14 Instructional aids, book lists
148 15 Instructional aids, reading lists
148 16 Instructional aids, exams, 1968-1970, 1972, 1979-1980, no date
148 17 Instructional aids, quizzes, 1957, 1968-1970, 1972-1973, no date
148 18 Instructional aids, instructions for collateral reading
148 19 Instructional aids, handouts
148 20 Instructional aids, topics for research papers
148 21 Instructional aids, correspondence, 1967, 1971, 1973
148 22 Instructional aids, first day, 1967
149 1 Collected source material, clippings, 1958, 1964, 1972-1974
149 2 Collected source material, printed and miscellaneous material, 1963-1964, 1970, 1972, no date
149 3 Collected source material, notes on source material
149 4 Collected source material, photocopies of manuscripts
149 5 Collected source material, "Goodmen: The Character of Civil War Soldiers", Chapter 2: Archaeology of Character, 1978 November
History 289: Negroes in America: Lecture notes
150 1 Lesson 1: Negroes as slaves
150 2 Lesson 2: Negroes in the Civil War
150 3 Lesson 3: Negroes during Reconstruction (1857-1922)
150 4 Lesson 4: Negroes from Reconstruction to New Deal
150 5 Lesson 5: Negroes from the New Deal to the present
150 6 Instructional aids, reading lists and book titles, 1969-1973
150 7 Instructional aids, exams, 1969-1970, 1972-1973, no date
150 8 Instructional aids, handouts
150 9 Instructional aids, student projects and accompanying bibliographies
150 10 Instructional aids, miscellaneous personal notes
150 11 Collected source material, clippings and printed material, 1967-1969
150 12 Collected source material, clippings and printed material, 1970-1972
150 13 Collected source material, clippings and printed material, 1973-1974, no date
150 14 Collected source material, miscellaneous
History 301: The Use and Criticism of Historical Evidence
150 15 Lecture notes
150 16 Instructions for reports
History 307: American Historiography
151 1 Syllabi
151 2 Lecture notes
151 3 Reading lists
151 4 Exams, 1951, 1961, 1963-1965, 1969-1970, no date
151 5 Report topics, 1967-1969
151 6 Class photos, Spring 1969
151 7 Miscellaneous personal notes, 1953, 1968-1970, no date
151 8 Collected source material: clippings and printed material, 1949-1955
151 9 Collected source material: clippings and printed material, 1957-1959
151 10 Collected source material: clippings and printed material, 1962-1964
151 11 Collected source material: clippings and printed material, 1965-1967
151 12 Collected source material: clippings and printed material, C. Vann Woodward, 1967
151 13 Collected source material: clippings and printed material, 1968-1969
151 14 Collected source material: clippings and printed material, 1970
151 15 Collected source material: clippings and printed material, no date
History 315: The Old South
152 1 Syllabi
152 2 Lecture notes
152 3 Lecture notes
152 4 Lecture notes
152 5 Bibliographies and reading lists
152 6 Exams and quizzes
152 7 Instructions for collateral reading
152 8 Report and project topics
History 317: Southern Confederacy: Its Rise and Fall
152 9 Lecture notes and outlines
152 10 Special final exam
152 11 Assignments
History 318: Reconstruction: North and South
152 12 Syllabi
152 13 Lecture notes, Lesson 1: Principal schools of thought on Reconstruction
152 14 Lecture notes, Lesson 2: Reconstruction: The problem and proposed solutions
152 15 Lecture notes, Lesson 3: Ascendancy of the Radicals
152 16 Lecture notes, Lesson 4: The Radical program
152 17 Lecture notes, Lesson 5: The impeachment of Andrew Johnson
152 18 Lecture notes, Lesson 6: The South under Radical rule
152 19 Instructional aids, exams
152 20 Instructional aids, transparencies: Maps of United States, 1910, 1940, 1960
History 360: The American Civil War
152 21 Lesson outlines
152 22 Class information
152 23 Book and sources lists, [1971?]
152 24 Exams, 1967, 1971, 1973, no date
152 25 Reading assignment
Retirement from Emory University
152 26 Letter of appreciation; Emory Wheel article, 4 December 1973
Graduate Courses and Students: Masters and Doctoral Candidates: Masters candidates
153 1 Chigasaki, Chako, 1970-1971
Doctoral candidates
153 2 List of Doctoral candidates supervised by Bell I. Wiley
153 3 Procedures for exams and theses, 1950, no date
153 4 Material for preliminary questions, 1966-1972, no date
153 5 Advisory Committees in the Social Sciences, 1950
153 6 Abbott, Martin, Dissertation prospectus: "The Freedmen's Bureau in South Carolina, 1865-1872", 1952
153 7 Abbott, Martin, Examination questions
153 8 Bloom, John P., Dissertation prospectus: "John Thomas Pickett: A Kentucky Colonel in War and After", 1954
153 9 Bloom, John P., Examination questions
153 10 Bloom, John P., Correspondence, 1954-1956, 1959, no date
153 11 Clauss, Errol M., Dissertation prospectus: "The Atlanta Campaign, 18 July - 2 September 1864", no date [graduated 1965]
153 12 Curry, Henry, Dissertation prospectus: Untitled, no date
153 13 Curry, Henry, Correspondence, biographical sketch, notes, 1970
153 14 Dougan, Mike, Dissertation prospectus: "Confederate Arkansas", 1969
153 15 Dougan, Mike, Correspondence, 1968-1970, no date
153 16 Ferris, Norman B., Dissertation prospectus: "Charles Francis Adams and the Preservation of the Union", no date [graduated 1962]
153 17 Harwell, C. Lee, Dissertation prospectus: "William Henry Stiles", 1950
153 18 Harwell, C. Lee, Examination questions
153 19 Harwell, C. Lee, Correspondence, 1950-1951, 1953, 1958- 1959
153 20 Haunton, Richard H., Dissertation prospectus: "Savannah, Georgia, in the 1850's", no date
153 21 Haunton, Richard H., Correspondence, 1966-1968, no date
153 22 Jones, Alton D., Dissertation prospectus: "The Reform Movement in Georgia, 1898-1918", no date
153 23 Klein, Maury, Dissertation prospectus: "A Biography of General Edward Porter Alexander", no date [graduated 1965]
153 24 Klein, Maury, Correspondence, 1965
153 25 Malone, Henry T., Dissertation prospectus: "The Eastern Cherokee Civilization, 1789-1838: A Social History" no date
153 26 Malone, Henry T., Other writings, 1950, no date
153 27 Malone, Henry T., Examination questions
153 28 Malone, Henry T., Correspondence, 1950-1952, no date
153 29 Robertson, James I., Jr., Dissertation prospectus: "Jackson's Stonewall: A History of the Stonewall Brigade", no date
153 30 Taylor, A. Reed, Dissertation prospectus: "Atlanta During Reconstruction, 1865-1876", no date
153 31 Taylor, A. Reed, Correspondence, 1968-1972, no date
153 32 Wells, Tom Henderson, Dissertation prospectus: "The Organization and Administration of the Confederate States Navy", no date [graduated 1963]
153 33 Wight, Willard, Dissertation prospectus: "The Churches in the Confederacy", 1951
153 34 Williams, Jack K., Dissertation prospectus: "Crime and Punishment in South Carolina, 1790-1860", 1952
153 35 Williams, Jack K., Examination questions
153 36 Williams, Jack K., Correspondence, 1952-1953
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