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This special edition of the Eastern Illinois University bulletin compiled several of Dr. Coleman's writings:
"The Half-Faced Camp in Indiana - Fact or Myth?", originally printed in the Abraham Lincoln Quarterly, Vol. 7, September 1952, pp 138-146.
"Sarah Bush Lincoln, the Mother Who Survived Him", originally published in the Lincoln Herald, Vol. 54, Summer 1952, pp 13-19.
"The Matson Slave Case", originally published in Abraham Lincoln and Coles County, pp 104-111.
"The Use of the Term 'Copperhead' During the Civil War", originally published in the Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. 25, June 1938, pp 263-264.
"The Election of 1868, 'Democratic Despondency: The Votes are Cast'", originally published in The Election of 1868: The Democratic Effort to Regain Control, Columbia University Press, New York, 1933, pp 344-367.
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Coleman, Charles H., "Historical Essays by Dr. Charles Coleman" (1962). Eastern Illinois University Bulletin. 237.