This is a list of chess books that are used as references in articles related to chess. The list is organized by alphabetical order of the author's surname, then the author's first name, then the year of publication, then the alphabetical order of title. As a general rule, only the original edition should be listed except when different editions bring additional encyclopedic value. Examples of exceptions include: When various editions are different enough to be considered as nearly a different book, for example for opening encyclopedias when each edition is completely revised and has even different authors (example: Modern Chess Openings). When the book is too old to have an ID (ISBN number, OCLC number, ...) that makes it easy for the reader to find it. In that case, both the first and the last edition can be indicated (example: My 60 Memorable Games). Authors with five books or more have a sub-section title on their own, to increase the usability of the table of contents (see at right). When a ...
Mississippi. p. 8. Archived from the original on November 10, 2019. Retrieved November 10, 2019 - via Newspapers.com. Chapple, ...
"Mississippi". Mississippi. "covers info database". Dick Van Altena. "Discography". Discogs. "25 Jaar Na Mississippi". Discogs ... In late February 2001 the double CD - 25 Years After Mississippi (25 Jaar Na Mississippi) appeared. It had the hits and best ... "Mississippi" in 2007. The success of "Mississippi" overwhelmed us. We were more or less knocked out by it, because we never ... "Mississippi", which was Dennis's first single. Toni sang "Oh, How I Miss You" with Benny Neyman and recorded the album American ...
Mississippi. After the Stonewall Uprising, he joined the newly formed Gay Activists Alliance. While Chair of the GAA's ... In 1964, he was involved in the Freedom Summer in Mississippi, a volunteer campaign launched to register as many African- ... American voters as possible in Mississippi. He also taught at the Freedom School in Shaw, Rubin was a founding member of the ...
Mississippi-with a total population of less than three million-has had more "model bills", that were written outside ... Mississippi. Retrieved January 13, 2020. Shafer, Jack (October 23, 2006). "If You Don't Buy This Newspaper ... We'll shoot your ... Mississippi, introduced into its Legislature than in any other state" in the United States. Kevin Phillips of National Public ...
A search engine is at Ulysses S Grant Digital Collections at Mississippi State U Archived December 4, 2013, at the Wayback ... In 1863 he led the Vicksburg campaign, which gained control of the Mississippi River. President Abraham Lincoln promoted him to ... Columbus blocked Union access to the lower Mississippi. Grant and General James B. McPherson planned to bypass Columbus and ... The Union capture of Vicksburg, the last Confederate stronghold on the Mississippi, was vital, and would split the Confederacy ...
PL-MS. "House Bill 761 - History of Actions". PL-MO. Barrows-Friedman 2018. USCPR 2018. "Investigate groups with "Jewish- ... "Mississippi". Palestine Legal. Retrieved August 23, 2020. "Kansas". Palestine Legal. April 16, 2019. Retrieved August 19, 2020 ...
Mississippi, 25 June 1990 - 18 September 1992 Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, 1 July 1993 Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, ... Mississippi. It conducted the advanced phase of undergraduate pilot training for two years before inactivating two years later ... Mississippi. It conducted the advanced phase of undergraduate pilot training and basic procedures and techniques of fighter ... The 49th Fighter Training Squadron is part of the 14th Flying Training Wing based at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. It ...
Mississippi; Alabama; Tennessee; Georgia and Florida. As of December 2017, the magazine is mailed to 150,000 qualified ...
After starting a farm in Mississippi Smith was elected the Mississippi State Superintendent of Public Education from 1878 to ... Hooker, C. E.; Mississippi. Sifakis, Stewart. Who Was Who in the Civil War. New York: Facts On File, 1988. ISBN 978-0-8160-1055 ... He later become the Marshal of the Supreme Court of Mississippi. James Argyle Smith died on December 6, 1901, in Jackson, ... Mississippi and was buried at the Greenwood Cemetery there. American Civil War portal Biography portal List of American Civil ...
Mississippi; Kansas; Michigan; Colorado; Montana; Florida; South Carolina. Retrieved 2011-01-01. "Ancestry of Peter Camejo". ...
Mississippi Governor and former RNC chair Haley Barbour has suggested the party will focus its efforts on congressional and ... "Mississippi". Republican National Committee. Retrieved August 24, 2018. "Missouri". Republican National Committee. Retrieved ...
Mississippi). p. 5B. "Texas Baseball History: All-Time Lettermen". National Baseball Congress. Retrieved 2021-02-08. "NBC World ... Mississippi). p. C1. "Pirates pushed hard". The Sentinel. (Pennsylvania). Associated Press. February 22, 1986. p. B2. "Tanner ...
Mississippi formally adopted the Standards. Mississippi is an affiliate member of PARCC. Missouri formally adopted the ... "Mississippi". Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for Colleges and Careers. Retrieved 2015-07-17. The Kansas City Star: In ...
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He died on June 4, 1953, in Crystal Springs, Mississippi. Mississippi. Legislature (1944-01-01). "Hand book : biographical data ... He was a member of the Mississippi Senate, representing the state's 11th senatorial district (Copiah County) as a Democrat, ... Luther Etherton Grice (June 23, 1881 - June 4, 1953) was an attorney and a Democratic member of the Mississippi Senate, ... Luther Etherton Grice was born on June 23, 1881, in Lawrence County, Mississippi. He graduated from Millsaps College. He ...
Mississippi. Guilford: Morris Book, 2007. 34. "Bonhams : The Tupelo Automobile Museum Auction". www.bonhams.com. Retrieved 23 ... The Tupelo Automobile Museum was located in Tupelo, Mississippi. This museum had over one hundred cars. Consisting of the late ...
Mississippi; Missouri; Montana; Nebraska; Nevada; New Hampshire; New Jersey; New Mexico; New York; North Carolina; North Dakota ...
"United States Baha'i Directory, part 2, national departments and committees 1966-7, State goals committees; Mississippi". ... In 1966 Marie Bruce had gone to Mississippi. The year Thomas joined the religion opened with the Baháʼís mentioned in the ...
Mississippi. Retrieved December 26, 2020. E., Hannah (December 11, 2017). "The Leading Ladies of 'NCIS': What Are They Doing ... In 2000 she became a game show host, with the Lifetime game show Who Knows You Best?. Lane, Emily (January 8, 2012). "Miss. ... John (born in Natchez, Mississippi, USA) is an American actress and entertainment reporter, active since 1994. She was once a ...
Mississippi (1973-74): Holmgren, Magnus; Warnqvist, Stefan (23 September 2006). "Mississippi". passagen.se. Australian Rock ... both expressed a desire to return to Australia and work on a new version of Mississippi. In early 1975 Mississippi band members ... In January 1974 Mississippi appeared at the Sunbury Pop Festival and then released another single, "Will I?", which was co- ... In July that year Birtles was asked to join a folk rock band, Mississippi, which like Zoot had moved from Adelaide to Melbourne ...
"Mississippi". 1starnet.com. Archived from the original on October 12, 2007. Retrieved April 11, 2017. "Florida". 1starnet.com. ... South Carolina, Mississippi, Georgia, and Texas also issued separate documents explaining their reasons for secession. Thirteen ...
Mississippi". The Washington Post. March 15, 1991. Retrieved June 7, 2020. "Cowboys Ride Herd on Wolfpack, 73-64". The ...
"Mississippi". Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. Navy Department, Naval History and Heritage Command. Retrieved 2020- ... On 12 October 1861, the Manassas became the first ironclad to enter battle when she fought Union warships on the Mississippi. ... CSS North Carolina I, seized October 1863 and commissioned as HMS Scorpion CSS Mississippi II, seized October 1863 and ... 1864 CSS Mississippi, triple-screw steamer, ironclad, burned: April 25, 1862 CSS Missouri, center-wheel steam sloop, ironclad ...
"MISSISSIPPI.; The Freedmen--Report of Col. Samuel Thomas--Large Crops Anticipated." (PDF). The New York Times. 25 February 1866 ... he was in charge of the Freedman's and Abandoned Land and Property Departments in Mississippi. He was an Adjutant General on ...
Mississippi • Missouri • Montana • Nebraska • Nevada • New Hampshire • New Jersey • New Mexico • New York • North Carolina • ...
Mississippi • Nebraska • North Carolina • New Hampshire • New Jersey • Ohio • Pennsylvania • Rhode Island • South Carolina • ...
Drummond (aka Mississippi), which included Graeham Goble (later in Little River Band), had performed it in tribute to Daddy ... "Mississippi". Milesago. Retrieved 10 May 2008. "Drummond "Daddy Cool"". Pop Archives. Retrieved 8 May 2008. "APRA's ten best ...
MS Wanganella, (built as Achimota), passenger ship for Huddart Parker, launched 17 December 1929, completed 29 November 1932, ... SS Mississippi, passenger ship for Atlantic Transport Co, launched 11 February 1914, completed 5 November 1914. HMHS Britannic ... SS Mississippi, launched 29 August 1890, completed 18 October 1890, maiden voyage 28 October 1890, renamed USAT Buford, ... "Mississippi". The Yard. Retrieved 23 February 2017. "Falstria". The Yard. Retrieved 23 February 2017. "Egori". The Yard. ...