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John Brown Gordon, 1832-1904
Reminiscences of the Civil War.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons; Atlanta: Martin & Hoyt Co., 1904, c1903.
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GENERAL JOHN B. GORDON
From a photograph taken at the close of the war, when he was thirty-three years of age.
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SUTHERLAND HOUSE, GENERAL GORDON'S HOME AT KIRKWOOD, NEAR ATLANTA

A MOUNTAINEER
The coon-skin cap was drawn from one made by a survivor of the Raccoon Roughs. Several styles were worn by the company.

THE ARRIVAL OF THE RACCOON ROUGHS IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA

WAR-TIME CAMP IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA, IN THE OLD CITY PARK
At the extreme left is the old Trout House, the principal hotel at the time; tracks of three of the chief railroads here crossed Whitehall Street, on which the "Intelligencer" office fronted.

JOHN B. GORDON
Drawn by George T. Tobin from a daguerreotype taken at the age of twenty-two.

RUINS OF STONE BRIDGE, BULL RUN

THE BATTLE-FIELD OF SEVEN PINES

BURNSIDE BRIDGE AS IT APPEARS TO-DAY
PART OF THE ANTIETAM BATTLE-FIELD TO-DAY

GENERAL LEE AND DIVISION-COMMANDER GENERAL D. H. HILL
Riding along the Confederate lines during a respite in the battle of Antietam.

AN INFANTRY CAMP NEAR FALMOUTH, MARCH, 1862

THE WILDERNESS NEAR CHANCELLORSVILLE

A CAMP ON THE PAMUNKEY RIVER, VIRGINIA
Tents can be seen on opposite hill.

Major-General W. S. HANCOCK, U. S. A., Division-Commander; General FRANCIS C. BARLOW, General DAVID B. BINNEY, and General JOHN GIBBON

HIGH TIDE AT GETTYSBURG

INTRENCHMENTS ON LITTLE ROUND TOP, GETTYSBURG
SLAUGHTER-PEN, FOOT OF LITTLE ROUND TOP, GETTYSBURG
From a war-time photograph

THE CHARGE UP LITTLE ROUND TOP, GETTYSBURG
From a painting by A. C. Redwood, who was in the battle.

LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN
From a photograph taken during the war.

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THE WILDERNESS CAMPAIGN
Engineers cutting road on south side of the North Anna River, near Jericho Mills, May, 1864.

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A TYPICAL INCIDENT OF THE WAR--LEAVING HOME

LIEUTENANT-GENERAL THOMAS JONATHAN ("STONEWALL") JACKSON, C. S. A.
From a photograph taken in Winchester, Virginia, in 1862.

SENATOR JOHN B. GORDON
From a photograph taken in 1896, when he represented Georgia in the United States Senate.

BATTLE-FIELD OF CEDAR CREEK, VIRGINIA
Looking southeast toward Three Top Mountain. The turnpike passes by the house on the right.

Gen. James Longstreet, C. S. A. Gen. Robert E. Lee, C. S. A.
Lieut. Gen. Jubal A. Early, C. S. A. Gen. George E. Pickett, C. S. A.
Lieut. Gen. Richard S. Ewell, C. S. A. Gen. E. P. Alexander, C. S. A., Chief of Artillery in Longstreet's Corps at the Battle of Gettysburg

General Gordon Colonel McCollum
A GROUP OF SURVIVORS OF THE ORIGINAL RACCOON ROUGHS AT A REUNION IN 1889 AT THE HOUSE OF COLONEL J. L. McCOLLUM, ATLANTA, GEORGIA