COX, Jacob Dolson, 1828-1900

Extended Bibliography

Ahern, Wilbert H. “The Cox Plan of Reconstruction: A Case Study in Ideology and Race Relations." Civil War History 16 (December 1970): 293-308.

Cochran, William C. General Jacob Dolson Cox: Early Life and Military Services. Oberlin, Ohio: The Bibliotheca Sacra Company, 1901.

Cox, Jacob Dolson. Atlanta: Campaigns of the Civil War IX. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1882. Reprint, Cary, N.C.: Cherokee Publishing Company, 1981.

———. The battle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 30, 1864. A monograph. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1897.

———. Historical maxims for troubled times. An address before the Law Department of Yale College, at commencement, June 27, 1887. Toledo, Ohio: Blade Printing and Paper Company, 1877.

———. Inaugural address of Jacob D. Cox, Governor of Ohio: Delivered before the Senate and House of Representatives, Jan. 8, 1866. Columbus: Richard Nevins, state printer, 1866

———. The March to the Sea, Franklin and Nashville: Campaigns of the Civil War X. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1882. Reprint, Cary, N.C.: Cherokee Publishing Company, 1984.

———. Military Reminiscences of the Civil War. 2 vols. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1900.

———. Our country’s new era: An address to the Society of the alumni of Wittenberg College, at the college commencement, Springfield, Ohio, June 25, A.D. 1873. Pub. by the Society, 1873.

———. The republicanism of the English government. Cincinnati: A. H. Pugh, printer, 1879.

———. Rufus King. Reprinted from “The Green Bag" for May, 1891.

———. “The second battle of Bull Run, as connected with the Fitz-John Porter case. A paper read before the society of ex-army and navy officers of Cincinnati, February 28, 1882." Cincinnati: P. G. Thomson, 1882.

———. Sherman’s battle for Atlanta. With a new introduction by Brooks D. Simpson. Atlanta and New York: Da Capo Press, 1994.

———. Speech of Gov. J.D. Cox at Columbus, Tuesday Aug. 21, 1866: Duty to the country demands firm allegiance to the Union Party. Columbus, Ohio: Glenn & Heide, 1866.

———. What knowledge is of most worth; an address delivered before the alumni of Oberlin College, August 4, 1868. [N.p., 186?]

Ewing, James Rees. Public Services of Jacob Dolson Cox, Governor of Ohio and Secretary of the Interior. Washington: The Neale Publishing Company, 1902.

Losson, Christopher Thomas. “Jacob Dolson Cox:: A Military Biography." Ph.D. diss., University of Mississippi, 1993.

Schmiel, Eugene D. “The Career of Jacob Dolson Cox, 1828-1900." Ph.D. diss., Ohio State University, 1969.