By William E. Brown, Jr. and Karen Hudson
Creator: Everett, Lloyd T. (1875-1958)
Extent: 5.0 Boxes
Lloyd T. Everett practiced law and researched, wrote and lectured on Confederate history from a legal standpoint. His papers contain manuscript copies of articles and books as well as published works. Articles include manuscript copies of "Abolition, Slavery and the Year 1833," of "Pro-Tariff Et. Al." and "Anti-Slavery," and copies of "Federal Initiative and Referendum" published in the South Atlantic Quarterly in 1912. The following essays and articles, published in pamphlet form, also appear among the papers: "Patrick R. Cleburne, Prophet," (1946) "Was It Anti-Slavery," (1916) and "Davis, Lincoln, and the Kaiser: Some Comparisons Compared" (1917). Among the books are manuscript copies of Dixie's Story and of A Titan's War, a study of the nullification crisis and the debates of 1830 and 1833. A copy of a Revolutionary War recruiting broadside is included in the remaining papers.
Historian Lloyd Everett practiced law and researched, wrote and lectured on Confederate history. Everett studied law at George Washington University with the goal of writing southern history from a legal standpoint. He graduated in 1903, became a member of the Bars of Washington D.C., Maryland, Florida and North Carolina and was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court.
Everett wrote several articles on Confederate history published in the South Atlantic Quarterly, Southern Historical Association Papers and Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine. He also published a historical novel and co-edited the re-publication of R.G. Horton's A Youth's History of the Civil War, first published in 1866. Everett's other published works include several essays published in pamphlet form, as well as selected drafts of the unfinished work "Dixie's Story." Several chapters of the book, intended to cover the history of the southern states from the founding of Jamestown to the present, appear in 1950s issues of Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine. Everett also contributed to the field of southern history by giving lectures before historical associations in Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia and Florida.
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