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History of the
Lost State of Franklin

Samuel Cole Williams

published by the
Press of the Pioneers,
New York, 1933

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 p359  Bibliography

Periodicals and Pamphlets

Alden, George H. The State of Franklin, American Historical Review, VIII, 271.

––––––––––––––––– Forming and Admitting New States, Annals American Academy, XVIII, 476.

Alexander, J. E. and Mathes, C. H. A Historical Sketch of Washington College (Tennessee).

Allison, John. East Tennessee a Hundred Years Ago. An address. (1887).

Ashe, Samuel A. Forming of the State of Franklin; pointing out Injustice to North Carolina and North Carolinians of that Period. North Carolina Review, December 4, 1910, January 4.

–––––––––––––––––, The State of Franklin, North Carolina Booklet, XIV, 22.

Bower, L. F. The State of Franklin, Magazine of American History, XXVI, 48.

Boyd, W. K. Early Relations of North Carolina and the West, North Carolina Booklet, VII, 193.

Caldwell, John H. A History of Presbyterianism in East Tennessee. An Address (1897).

Clemens, W. M. The State of Franklin, New England Magazine, XXVII, 772.

Cocke, Walter M. William Cocke, American Historical Magazine, VI, 315.

Fitch, William E. The Origin, Rise, and Downfall of the State of Franklin Under Her First and Only Governor, John Sevier. Address (1910).

Gentry, Susie M. The Volunteer State (Tennessee) as a Seceder, North Carolina Booklet, III, No. 3, p4.

Goodrich, Wm. Life of William Cocke. Journal of American HistoryV.

––––––––––––––––– Records Relating to the Cocke Family. American Historical Magazine, IV, 110.

––––––––––––––––– The Cocke Family of Tennessee, American Historical Magazine, II, 152.

Grigsby, Hugh Blair. Founders of Washington College (Va.), Washington and Lee Historical Papers, (1890), II.

Henderson, Archibald. The Spanish Conspiracy in Tennessee, Tennessee Historical Magazine (November, 1917), III, 229.

Henderson, Wm. A. "Nolachucky Jack" (Governor John Sevier); a Lecture.

Kelley, David C. The Scotch-Irish of Tennessee, Proceedings Scotch-Irish Congress, I, 132.

Kingsbury, Oliver A. Watauga and Franklin, Transactions of the Oneida Historical Society (1894), VI, 53.

Lossing, B. J. Early Secessionists. Harper's Magazine (March, 1862), XXIV, 515.

Mathes, John S. The State of Franklin; a series of articles in the Chattanooga Times.

McGill, J. T. Franklin and Frankland, Tenn. Hist. Magazine, VIII, 248.

Ramsey, J. G. M. The State of Franklin, in The Land We Love, V, 13‑22, 109‑116, 216‑229.

 p360  ––––––––––––––––– The State of Franklin or Frankland. An article on the proper designation of the State. In The Magnolia, a Charleston magazine (1842), IV, 312.

Reynolds, Louise Wilson. The Commonwealth of Franklin, D. A. R. Magazine (January, 1918), III, 23.

Sioussat, St. George L. The North Carolina Cession of 1784 in its Federal Aspects; Proceedings of Mississippi Valley Historical Association, 1908, p35.

Snyder, Ann E. On the Watauga and the Cumberland.

Temple, Oliver P. John Sevier (pamphlet).

––––––––––––––––– The Scotch-Irish in Tennessee, Proceedings Scotch-Irish Congress, III, 160.

Todd, C. H. The Lost State of Franklin, Register Kentucky Historical Society, II, 84.

Turner, Frederick J. Western State-Making in the Revolutionary Era, American Historical Review, I, 70, 251.

Wagener, J. A. Frankland and Franklin, Der Deutsche Pionier (Feb., 1871), p364.º

Warfield, E. D. The Constitutional Aspect of Kentucky's Struggle for Autonomy, American Historical Association Papers, IV, 23.

Weeks, Stephen B. General Joseph Martin and the War of the Revolution in the West; Annual Report American Historical Association, 1893, 403‑407. Also Reprint.


Alexander, J. E. History of the Synod of Tennessee.

Allen, W. C. Centennial of Haywood County, North Carolina (1908).

Allison, John. Dropped Stitches in Tennessee History.

Armstrong, Zella. Notable Southern Families. (Two Volumes).

Arthur, John P. Western North Carolina; a History.

Asbury, Francis. Journal.

Baily, Francis. Journal of a Tour in Unsettled Parts of North America.

Ballagh, J. G. Letters of Richard Henry Lee.

Bancroft, George. History of the Formation of the Constitution.

––––––––––––––––History of the United States.

Benedict, David. General History of the Baptist Denomination in America.

Brazelton, B. G. History of Hardin County, Tennessee.

Breazeale, J. W. Life As It Is.

Brown, John Mason. Political Beginnings of Kentucky.

Caldwell, Joshua W. Constitutional History of Tennessee.

––––––––––––––––Bench and Bar of Tennessee.

Calendar of Virginia State Papers.

Cisco, J. G. Historic Sumner County.

Documentary History of The Constitution of the United States.

Draper, Lyman C. King's Mountain and its Heroes.

Ellet, Elizabeth F. Pioneer Women of the West.

Faust, A. B. German Element in the United States.

Foote, Henry S. The Bench and Bar of the South and Southwest.

––––––––––––––––Sketches of North Carolina.

Garret, W. R. and Goodpasture, A. V. History of Tennessee.

Gilmore, James R. John Sevier as a Commonwealth Builder.

 p361  ––––––––––––––––Rear Guard of the Revolution.

––––––––––––––––Advance Guard of Western Civilization.

Green, Thomas M. The Spanish Conspiracy.

Haywood, John. Civil and Political History of Tennessee.

Henderson, Archibald. The Conquest of the Old Southwest.

Henry, William Wirt. Life and Correspondence of Patrick Henry.

Humes, Thomas W. Loyal Mountaineers of Tennessee.

James, Jas. A. George Rogers Clark.

Jefferson, Thomas. Writings. Ford edition, and Washington edition.

Madison, James. The Madison Papers.

McFerrin, John B. History of Methodism in Tennessee.º

McRee, Gilbert J. Life and Correspondence of James Iredell.

Michaux, Andre. Journal of, in Thwaite's Early Western Travels, III.

–––––––––––––––––, F. A. Travels to the West of Alleghany Mountains. Ib.

Monette, John W. Discovery and Settlement of the Mississippi Valley.

Mooney, James. Myths of the Cherokees.

Nevins, Allen. The American States During and After the Revolution.

North Carolina Colonial Records.

North Carolina State Records.

Parton, James. Life of Andrew Jackson.

Perkins, James H. Annals of the West.

Phelan, James. History of Tennessee; the Making of a State.

Price, Richard N. History of Holston Methodism.

Putnam, A. W. History of Middle Tennessee.

Ramsey, J. G. M. Annals of Tennessee.

Revolutionary Records of Georgia.

Roosevelt, Theodore. The Winning of the West.

Royce, Charles C. The Cherokee Nations of Indians. Annual of Bureau of Ethnology, V.

Rule, William. History of Knoxville.

Scott, Nancy M. Memoirs of Hugh Lawson White.

Serrano y Sanz. España y Los Indios Cherokis y Chactas.

Skinner, Constance L. Pioneers of the Old Southwest.

Stevens, W. B. History of Georgia.

Summers, L. P. History of Southwest Virginia.

––––––––––––––––Annals of Southwest Virginia.

Taylor, Oliver. Historic Sullivan. [County].

Temple, Oliver P. The Covenanter, the Cavalier and the Puritan.

––––––––––––––––East Tennessee and the Civil War.

––––––––––––––––Eminent Tennesseans.

Turner, Frederick J. The Frontier in American History.

Turner, F. M. Life of General John Sevier.

Victor, O. J. History of American Conspiracies. . . . The State of Franklin Insurrection.

Ware, Reverend Thomas. Sketches of the Life and Travels of Reverend Thomas Ware.

Whitaker, A. P. Spanish-American Frontier.

White, Kate K. The King's Mountain Men.

 p362  Williams, S. C. Early Travels in the Tennessee Country.

Winsor, Justin. The Westward Movement.

Winterbotham, W. Historical, etc. View of the United States and of the European Settlements, III.

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