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Selected Bibliography

This bibliography includes only a fraction of the studies cited in the footnotes, which in turn constitute but a portion of the sources consulted in the research of this material. In particular, U.S. Census data is too numerous to list individually here. This selected bibliography is intended to serve as a convenience for those who wish to pursue the study further.

Barnes, Cathy. Biographical and Historic Memoirs of Western Arkansas. Chicago: The Southern Publishing Company, 1891.

Bissell, Lolita Hannah. Cliborn-Claiborne Records. Nashville: Bissell, 1986.

Bryson, Ed. “Rebel soldier’s grave found at Forest Hill.” The Paris News. 7 June 1978.

Calhoon, Robert M. A Companion to the American Revolution. Blackwell Publishers, 2000.

Carchidi, Sam. “Claybourn named Sterling grid coach.” Philadelphia Inquirer. April 2007.

Claiborne, William R. Claiborne Family. April 2007.

Claybourn, Guy R. “Rare Breed: Recognizing Area Veterans Of World War II.” Palacios Beacon Online. Accessed 22 October 2014.

Claybourn, Verner M., and Harriette Pinnell Threlkeld. The Claybourn Family. A-1 Business Service, 1959.

Claybourn, Verner M., and Harriette Pinnell Threlkeld. Supplement to the Claybourn Family. Threlkeld, 1979.

Clyburn, Angela. Cliburne: The Story of an American Pioneer Family. Clyburn, 2006.

Clyburn, Angela. Vol. 24 of Clyburn Family News. 8 October 2006.

Cooke, Bruce W. The History of McRae, Arkansas and Surrounding Area. Searcy: Harding University Press, 1981.

Ferrell, Robert H. America’s Deadliest Battle: Meuse-Argonne, 1918. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2012.

Finch, Richard C. “Notes on the History of the Guy’s Dropper Miner’s Lamp.” Speleonews. February 1976, 10-12.

Forbes, Sue Cliborn. “John Cliburn of Old Henrico Co.” The Claiborne Society Newsletter.

Goodspeed Publishing. Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Eastern Arkansas. Chicago: Goodspeed Publishing, 1890.

Hale, Will T. History of Dekalb County, TN. McMinnville: B. Lomond Press, 1969. First published Nashville: P. Hunter, 1915.

Herrmann, Theodore Victor. History and Genealogy of the Jewetts of America Vol IV. Rowley: The Jewett Family of America, Inc.

Kalil, J.M. and Carri Geer Thevenot. “Ex-federal judge Claiborne kills self.” Las Vegas Review Journal. 21 January 2004.

Kanon, Tom. “Regimental Histories of Tennessee Units During the War of 1812.” Tennessee State Library and Archives. Accessed 24 October 2014.

Koch, Ed and Jeff German. “Former U.S. Judge Claiborne dies at 86.” Las Vegas Sun. 20 January 2004.

Koch, Ed. “Claiborne leaves legacy of independence.” Las Vegas Sun, 21 January 2004.

Lefler, Hugh T., and Albert Ray Newsome. North Carolina: The History of a Southern State. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1954.

Lindsley, John B. The Military Annals of Tennessee: Confederate Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1996.

Middlekauff, Robert. The Glorious Cause: The American Revolution, 1763-1789. Oxford University Press, 1985.

Perrin, William. History of Jefferson County Chicago, 1883.

Pruitt, A.B. “Abstracts of Land Entries, Bladen County, North Carolina.”

Purdue, Howell and Elizabeth Purdue. Pat Cleburne Confederate General. Hillsboro, Texas: Hill Jr. College Press, 1973.

Reynolds, John Reynolds. The Pioneer History of Illinois. 2nd ed. Chicago: Fergus Printing Company, 1887.

Scott, Robert N. and Henry M. Lazelle. The War Of The Rebellion: A Compilation Of The Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies, Series I Volume XXII In Two Parts. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1888.

Thorpe, David. Beneath the Surface: Inventors and Marketeers of the Miners’ Carbide Light. Bergamot Books, 2010.

United States Southern Claims Commission. Claim No. 18812. Submitted to Congress 20 December 1875.

Vaughan, Alfred J. Personal record of the Thirteenth Regiment, Tennessee Infantry. Memphis: Press of S.C. Toof & Co., 1897.