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  • "'Now Andy,' said old Kit, replacing the cheese on Andy's nose." From Some Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers; Together with "Taking the Census," and Other Alabama Sketches. By a Country Editor with a Portrait from Life, and Other Illustrations, by Darley.


  • "'FLEE FROM THE WRATH TO COME'" From An Elephant's Track and Other Stories.


  • "'THE BALANCE OF 'EM MUST OF GOT LOST'" From An Elephant's Track and Other Stories.


  • "'WHAR MEK YOU WANTER GO IN SWIMMIN'?'" From An Elephant's Track and Other Stories.


  • "'YOU BETTER PUT ON A THICKER COAT, BUD'" From An Elephant's Track and Other Stories.


  • "HE THREW HIMSELF AGAINST THE DOOR" From An Elephant's Track and Other Stories.


  • "He's some crazy fellow," said a Colonel Warren, who happened to be there. To face p. 94. From An Autobiography of the Rev. Josiah Henson ("Uncle Tom"). From 1789 to 1881. With a Preface by Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Introductory Notes by George Sturge, S. Morley, Esq., M. P., Wendell Phillips, and John G. Whittier. Edited by John Lobb, F.R.G.S. Revised and Enlarged.


  • "IT YIELDED SUDDENLY, AS IF OPENED FROM WITHIN" From An Elephant's Track and Other Stories.


  • "SHE FLUSHED AND HER BROWN EYES DROOPED" From An Elephant's Track and Other Stories.


  • "SHE TURNED SLOWLY" [Frontispiece Image] From An Elephant's Track and Other Stories.


  • "Some of the men were sobbing" From The Traitor: A Story of the Fall of the Invisible Empire.


  • "Stella stared at the lifeless form" From The Traitor: A Story of the Fall of the Invisible Empire.


  • [Frontispiece Image] "The High Court of Justice of the Anglo-Saxon race suddenly transformed into a Negro minstrel farce" [See page 306] From The Traitor: A Story of the Fall of the Invisible Empire.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Horse-Shoe Robinson: A Tale of the Tory Ascendency.


  • [Frontispiece Image] [Signed] Very faithfully yr W. Gilmore Simms From Poems: Descriptive, Dramatic, Legendary and Contemplative, by William Gilmore Simms, Esq. In Two Volumes: Vol. I. I. Norman Maurice, a Tragedy; II. Atalantis, a Tale of the Sea; III. Tales and Traditions of the South; IV. The City of the Silent.


  • [Frontispiece Image] [Signed Abram J. Ryan] From Father Ryan's Poems.


  • [Half-Title Page Image] HORSE-SHOE ROBINSON. NEW-YORK. C.P. Putnam. From Horse-Shoe Robinson: A Tale of the Tory Ascendency.


  • [Illustration] From Two Boys in the Civil War and After.


  • "A paleness more ghastly than that of death come over the widow's face as she heard the sentence. Falling to the earth, she groveled at the feet of Captain Suggs." From Some Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers; Together with "Taking the Census," and Other Alabama Sketches. By a Country Editor with a Portrait from Life, and Other Illustrations, by Darley.


  • ABRAHAM LINCOLN. From Frederick Douglass The Orator. Containing an Account of His Life; His Eminent Public Services; His Brilliant Career as Orator; Selections from His Speeches and Writings.


  • "ADDED TO THE FOLD." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "AIN'T THAT SO, THOMPSON?" From Life on the Mississippi.


  • ALLIGATOR PILOTS. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "Almighty Nature, the first law of God, Perforce I followed." From Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne.


  • "And thar lay Jess, which had stumped his toe agin somethin', right flat of his face, a-moanin' dreadful!" From Some Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers; Together with "Taking the Census," and Other Alabama Sketches. By a Country Editor with a Portrait from Life, and Other Illustrations, by Darley.


  • "AND THEN HE DANCED" From An Elephant's Track and Other Stories.


  • "And, on nearing the arbor, was struck with surprise at seeing some one with her." From The Rivals: A Chickahominy Story.


  • ANOTHER VICTIM. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "ANY BOAT GONE UP?" From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "ARE YOU HORACE BIGSBY'S CUB?" From Life on the Mississippi.


  • ARTEMUS WARD From Marse Henry: An Autobiography. Volume I.


  • "At this point he called Charley to him, and taking his hand, placed Nellie's in it," &c. From The Rivals: A Chickahominy Story.


  • The author and his mother arrested and carried back into slavery. From Narrative of William W. Brown, an American Slave. Written by Himself.


  • A BAD EAR. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • BART DAVIS'S DANCE. "Black silk in h-ll is thar', scream'd she, a-hissin' like onto a cat, an' commenced a-pullin' up by the roots his long har like it wer flax." From Sut Lovingood. Yarns Spun by a "Nat'ral Born Durn'd Fool." Warped and Wove for Public Wear.


  • "BEAMING BENIGNANTLY." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "BEEN LAYING YOU FOR DUFFERS." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE BEGGAR. Page 435. From Tupelo.


  • "BESIEGING THE PILOT." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • BISHOP TAYLOR HOLDING A PALAVAR. From An Autobiography: The Story of the Lord's Dealings with Mrs. Amanda Smith, the Colored Evangelist: Containing an Account of Her Life Work of Faith, and Her Travels in America, England, Ireland, Scotland, India, and Africa as an Independent Missionary.


  • Bob Herring's Camp-fire. From The Hive of "The Bee-Hunter," A Repository of Sketches, Including Peculiar American Character, Scenery, and Rural Sports.


  • BOYS OF MISSION SCHOOL, ROTIFUNK, AFRICA. From An Autobiography: The Story of the Lord's Dealings with Mrs. Amanda Smith, the Colored Evangelist: Containing an Account of Her Life Work of Faith, and Her Travels in America, England, Ireland, Scotland, India, and Africa as an Independent Missionary.


  • ["Klutchem looked at him in perfect astonishment"] From Colonel Carter of Cartersville.


  • "BURST INTO A FURY." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • BYRAN SALONE. From Fifty Years of Slavery in the United States of America.


  • CAPT. MIRON W. SAXTON CAPT. L. W. METCALF CAPT. A. W. JACKSON CORPORAL PETER WAGGALL From Reminiscences of My Life in Camp with the 33d United States Colored Troops Late 1st S. C. Volunteers.


  • Capt. Stedman's residence, 'The Hole.'--See page 41. From Narrative of Joanna; An Emancipated Slave, of Surinam. (From Stedman's Narrative of a Five Year's Expedition Against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam).


  • THE CAPTAIN. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE CAVALIER. From Tupelo.


  • CHAMPIGNY. From Balcony Stories.


  • "CHANGING WATCH." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • CHARLES SUMNER. From Frederick Douglass The Orator. Containing an Account of His Life; His Eminent Public Services; His Brilliant Career as Orator; Selections from His Speeches and Writings.


  • "A CHILL FELL THERE." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • CHLOE AND HER PLAYMATES TAKEN CAPTIVE BY THE SLAVE-DEALERS. [Frontispiece Image] From Memoir of Mrs. Chloe Spear, a Native of Africa, Who was Enslaved in Childhood, and Died in Boston, January 3, 1815...Aged 65 Years. By a Lady of Boston.


  • CLEANSING THEMSELVES. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • A CLOSE INSPECTION. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • COLONEL MOSBY AT THE AGE OF FIFTY-FIVE YEARS His sister considers this a perfect likeness of him [Frontispiece Image] From The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby.


  • [The Colonel's Office] From Colonel Carter of Cartersville.


  • "Come, sweetheart, hear me!" From Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne.


  • "COME! TURN OUT!" From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Memoirs of Samuel M. Janney: Late of Lincoln, Loudoun County, Va.: A Minister in the Religious Society of Friends.


  • COUNTING THE VOTE. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Cover Image] From North Carolina in the World War. An Address Delivered before the North Carolina Bar Association at Blowing Rock, N. C., July 5, 1923.


  • Crispus Attucks, the First Martyr of the American Revolution, King (now State) Street, Boston, March 5th, 1770. Page 16. [Frontispiece Image] From The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution: With Sketches of Several Distinguished Colored Persons: To Which is Added a Brief Survey of the Condition and Prospects of Colored Americans.


  • THE CURE OF POETRY From The Flush Times of Alabama and Mississippi. A Series of Sketches.


  • CYRUS C. ADAMS One of the Editors of The Sun, New York; Geographer and Africanist; Member of the American Geographical Society; Late Delegate to the International Geographical Congress, at London; Member and Contributor of the Brooklyn Geographic Institute and the National Geographic Society at Washington, D. C. From Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa: Held under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.


  • A DAIRY FARM. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • DANGEROUS DITCHING. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • DARNELL vs. WATSON From Life on the Mississippi.


  • DAVID AND GOLIATH. "I COME TO THEE IN THE NAME OF THE LORD OF HOSTS." Page 500. From Tupelo.


  • "DE PARSTER OF DE FUST METHODIS' CHURCH, LIMITED.&rdquo [Page 32. [Frontispiece Image] From Dialect Tales.


  • "DIS AIN'T NUTHIN' SHORT OF MURDER, IT AIN'T." From Dialect Tales.


  • "DO YOU SEE THAT STUMP?" From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE DOOR WAS A-CRACK. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • DR. JEX. From Dialect Tales.


  • DR. M. LAWRENCE TYREE From Pastor Henry N. Jeter's Twenty-five Years Experience with the Shiloh Baptist Church and Her History. Corner School and Mary Streets, Newport, R. I.


  • DR. WILLIAM J. POLK. MRS. WILLIAM J. POLK. Née Mary R. A. Long. From Memoirs of a Southern Woman "Within the Lines," and a Genealogical Record.


  • DROWSY ENGINEERS. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • DRUMMERS. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • EALER SAVES HIS FLUTE. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "ED GOT UP MAD." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "AN EMANCIPATED SLAVE." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • EMPTYING THE WOOD-FLAT. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE EXPLOSION. A STARTLED BARBER. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Illustration] From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [The Advance Agent] From Colonel Carter of Cartersville.


  • A FATAL BLOW. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "FIVE HUNDRED BETTER." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • Frank C. Armstrong BRIGADIER-GENERAL ARMSTRONG'S MISSISSIPPI CAVALRY BRIGADE. From Reminiscences of a Mississippian in Peace and War.


  • BISHOP ISAAC W. JOYCE, D.D., LL.D. Of the Methodist Episcopal Church; Chancellor of the U.S. Grant University From Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa: Held under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.


  • FREDERIC PERRY NOBLE Secretary of the World's Congress on Africa at the Columbian Exposition; Author of "An African Devil-Mission;" "Chautauqua as a New Factor in the American Life:" "Natural Religion Prophetic of Revelation;" "The Missionary Occupation of Africa" From Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa: Held under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.


  • FROM AN OIL PAINTING BY THOMAS C. CORNER OWNED BY THE UNIVERSITY CLUB, BALTIMORE, MD. COL. RICHARD MALCOM JOHNSTON [Frontispiece Image] From Autobiography of Col. Richard Malcolm Johnston.


  • Simion Suggs, JR. [Frontispiece Image] From The Flush Times of Alabama and Mississippi. A Series of Sketches.


  • [Frontispiece Image] SIMON SUGGS. From Some Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers; Together with "Taking the Census," and Other Alabama Sketches. By a Country Editor with a Portrait from Life, and Other Illustrations, by Darley.


  • [Frontispiece] From The Biography of Elder David Purviance, with His Memoirs: Containing His Views on Baptism, the Divinity of Christ, and the Atonement. Written by Himself: with an Appendix; Giving Biographical Sketches of Elders John Hardy, Reuben Dooly, William Dye, Thos. Kyle, George Shidler, William Kinkade, Thomas Adams, Samuel Kyle, and Nathan Worley. Together with a Historical Sketch of the Great Kentucky Revival.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Fagots from the Campfire.


  • "GAMBLING DOWN BELOW." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • GAMBLING FOR A SLAVE. From My Southern Home: or, The South and Its People.


  • [Illustration] From Our Own Third Reader: for the Use of Schools and Families.


  • General Robert Edward Lee, born January 19, 1801; died October 11, 1870. From The Great South; A Record of Journeys in Louisiana, Texas, the Indian Territory, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland.


  • GENERAL THOS. J. GREEN From Recollections and Reflections: An Auto of Half a Century and More.


  • "GET A MEMORANDUM BOOK." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "'GOOD-DAY,' HE SAID, TAKING OFF HIS HAT." From Dialect Tales.


  • H. K. CARROLL, LL.D. Editor of The Independent, New York; Superintendent of the United States Census of the Churches From Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa: Held under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.


  • A hard road for artists to travel. From The Great South; A Record of Journeys in Louisiana, Texas, the Indian Territory, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland.


  • "HAULED ABOARD." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "HE CLUNG TO A COTTON BALE." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • ["Down a flight of stone steps"] From Colonel Carter of Cartersville.


  • HE DROPPED ON HIS KNEES. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "HE EASILY BORROWED SIX DOLLARS." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "HE FACED ABOUT WITH A LOW BOW" From An Elephant's Track and Other Stories.


  • "HE IS HAPPY WHERE HE IS." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "HE JUMPED UP IN THE AIR." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "HE KNOCKED THEM SPRAWLING." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • HELI CHATELAIN African Philologist; Organizer of the Philafrican Liberator's League; Editor of African Terms and Names in the Standard Dictionary, and in the Century Dictionary of Names; Author of "Folk-Tales of Angola," Grammar of Kimbundu; "Comparative Grammar and Vocabularies; "Bantu Notes;" and late African Traveler, Missionary and United States Commercial Agent at St. Paul DeLoanda From Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa: Held under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.


  • "HENRY AND I SAT CHATTING." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "HERE, YOU TAKE HER." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • HIS MAIDEN BATTLE. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "HIS TEARS DRIPPED UPON THE LANTERN." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "HOLD ME!" CRIED THE DOCTOR. From Dialect Tales.


  • "HOLD UP YOUR FOOT." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • HON. JOHN M. HARLAN, Associate Justice U. S. Supreme Court. Justice Harlan dissented from his colleagues in the Civil Rights Bill decision, by upholding its constitutionality. From Frederick Douglass The Orator. Containing an Account of His Life; His Eminent Public Services; His Brilliant Career as Orator; Selections from His Speeches and Writings.


  • "HONEY, YER AIN'T HARF AS SMART AS YER THINKS YER IS!" From Dialect Tales.


  • "HURLED ME ACROSS THE HOUSE." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "'I'D LIKE TO ESTIMATE EXACTLY HOW MANY TIMES'" From In Simpkinsville: Character Tales.


  • I AM ANXIOUS ABOUT THE TIME. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "I HIT BROWN A GOOD HONEST BLOW." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "I rolled up my shirt sleeves--which it was a tolluble warm day, and my koat was off--and ses I, you see that hoss yonder." From Some Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers; Together with "Taking the Census," and Other Alabama Sketches. By a Country Editor with a Portrait from Life, and Other Illustrations, by Darley.


  • I SHOT HIM THROUGH THE HEAD. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "IF YOU LOVE ME, BACK HER." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Illustration] From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Illustration] From Two Boys in the Civil War and After.


  • [Illustration] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Illustration] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • "INSENSIBLY THEY DREW TOGETHER." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE INTERVIEW. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "THIS IS NINE-MILE POINT." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "IT WUZ ANNIKY'S TEEF." From Dialect Tales.


  • J. C. HARTZELL, D.D. Corresponding Secretary of the Freedmen's Aid and Southern Education Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church; Formerly Editor of the Southwestern Christian Advocate, New Orleans; For twenty-five years connected with the work for the colored people From Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa: Held under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.


  • J. W. HAMILTON, D.D. Corresponding Secretary of the Freedmen's Aid and Southern Education Society; For nine years Pastor of People's Church, Boston, Mass. From Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa: Held under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.


  • "JACK APPLE STEPPED IN, AN OPEN CLASP- KNIFE IN ONE HAND." From Dialect Tales.


  • JAMES A. GARFIELD. From Frederick Douglass The Orator. Containing an Account of His Life; His Eminent Public Services; His Brilliant Career as Orator; Selections from His Speeches and Writings.


  • JAMES MORRIS MORGAN [Frontispiece Image] From Recollections of a Rebel Reefer.


  • JEHUDI ASHMUN. [Frontispiece Image] From Sketch of the Life of the Rev. Lott Cary in "Life of Jehudi Ashmun, Late Colonial Agent in Liberia. With An Appendix, Containing Extracts from his Journal and Other Writings; With a Brief Sketch of the Life of the Rev. Lott Cary".


  • Joanna at the slave market.--See page From Narrative of Joanna; An Emancipated Slave, of Surinam. (From Stedman's Narrative of a Five Year's Expedition Against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam).


  • From Harper's Weekly. Copyright, 1877, by Harper & Brothers JOHN BROWN. From Frederick Douglass The Orator. Containing an Account of His Life; His Eminent Public Services; His Brilliant Career as Orator; Selections from His Speeches and Writings.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From My Own Life, or, A Deserted Wife.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Autobiography and Reminiscences of John W. Carroll.


  • JOSEPH E. ROY, D.D. Field Secretary of the American Missionary Association; President of the World's Fair Congress on Africa, Chicago From Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa: Held under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.


  • JOSIAH TYLER, D.D. Late Missionary to Africa; Author of "Forty Years Among the Zulus," and of other valuable works on Missionary and African Topics From Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa: Held under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.


  • A JUSTIFIABLE ADVANCE. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "Katie, pretty Katie, kiss me." From Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne.


  • "I KILLED BROWN EVERY NIGHT." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Illustration] From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "The kingdom's princeliest youth besiege her ear." From Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne.


  • "KIT KUNCKER," "FIDLER BILL," AND THE DOG "ANDY." From Some Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers; Together with "Taking the Census," and Other Alabama Sketches. By a Country Editor with a Portrait from Life, and Other Illustrations, by Darley.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier.


  • THE LAND OF FULL "GOATEES." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • LANDING FISH AT APALACHICOLA, FLA. From Afro-American Encyclopaedia; Or, the Thoughts, Doings, and Sayings of the Race, Embracing Lectures, Biographical Sketches, Sermons, Poems, Names of Universities, Colleges, Seminaries, Newspapers, Books, and a History of the Denominations, Giving the Numerical Strength of Each. In Fact, it Teaches Every Subject of Interest to the Colored People, as Discussed by More Than One Hundred of Their Wisest and Best Men and Women.


  • LEAP OF THE FUGITIVE SLAVE. From My Southern Home: or, The South and Its People.


  • THE LECTURER. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "LET A LEADSMAN CRY, 'HALF TWAIN.' " From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "LOADING AND FIRING." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "LOOK HERE, HAVE YOU GOT THAT DRINK YET?" From Life on the Mississippi.


  • MAJOR ANDREW L. PITZER From Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early C.S.A.: Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of the War between the States.


  • A MAN CAME IN SIGHT. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Man on a Horse] From Chaudron's Spelling Book, Carefully Prepared for Family and School Use.


  • "MARS' TOM SAY HE DONE GIN OUT DE NOTION." From Dialect Tales.


  • MAST AND ALL WENT OVERBOARD From To Have and to Hold.


  • MASTER MIDCALF WAS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AT THIS TIME. From Fifty Years of Slavery in the United States of America.


  • MIGHTY WARM TIMES. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • Mike Fink's Great Shot. From The Hive of "The Bee-Hunter," A Repository of Sketches, Including Peculiar American Character, Scenery, and Rural Sports.


  • "A MINUTE LATER." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • MISSION SCHOOL, ROTIFUNK, AFRICA. From An Autobiography: The Story of the Lord's Dealings with Mrs. Amanda Smith, the Colored Evangelist: Containing an Account of Her Life Work of Faith, and Her Travels in America, England, Ireland, Scotland, India, and Africa as an Independent Missionary.


  • MORELAND ENTERING NANCY'S COTTAGE. [Second Frontispiece Image] From The Planter's Northern Bride.


  • MOSQUITOES. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • MR. AND MRS. MORELAND AND ALBERT. [First Frontispiece Image] From The Planter's Northern Bride.


  • MR. B. STEPPED INTO VIEW. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • MR. BRAINARD AND EULALIA. From The Planter's Northern Bride.


  • Mr. Clay's Overseer outwitted. See page 62. [Frontispiece Image] From The Kidnapped and the Ransomed. Recollections of Peter Still and His Wife "Vina," after Forty Years of Slavery.


  • MR. HASTINGS AND THE MINISTER. From The Planter's Northern Bride.


  • "Mr. Suggs," said he, "I'd like to have an interest in your contract, and I m willing to pay for it; I'll find the money to pay the Indian." From Some Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers; Together with "Taking the Census," and Other Alabama Sketches. By a Country Editor with a Portrait from Life, and Other Illustrations, by Darley.


  • "MRS. MANNING STUMBLED FORWARD" From An Elephant's Track and Other Stories.


  • "Mrs. Naron flew at the child with an energy that contrasted strongly with her oleaginous appearance; and seizing him by the middle, held him up inverted with one hand." From Some Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers; Together with "Taking the Census," and Other Alabama Sketches. By a Country Editor with a Portrait from Life, and Other Illustrations, by Darley.


  • "My fire is my friend."—Page 27. [Frontispiece Image] From Colonel Carter of Cartersville.


  • MY FIRST SUNDAY SCHOOL, PLUKIE, CAPE PALMAS. From An Autobiography: The Story of the Lord's Dealings with Mrs. Amanda Smith, the Colored Evangelist: Containing an Account of Her Life Work of Faith, and Her Travels in America, England, Ireland, Scotland, India, and Africa as an Independent Missionary.


  • MY PROMENADE. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "My thoughts are wandering on the verge of dreams, . . . While lower, feebler, flit the fireside gleams." From Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne.


  • "MY, WHAT A RACE I 'VE HAD!" From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [The Nervous Man] From Colonel Carter of Cartersville.


  • "NO, YOU DON'T, JACK BODDY!" From Dialect Tales.


  • "NOBODY THERE." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • " 'NONE O' YO' SHOOTIN',' SAID SINCERITY." From Dialect Tales.


  • "Now, Mars Walter," replied Thomas, reprovingly. From The Rivals: A Chickahominy Story.


  • "O'er all the fragrant land this harvest day, What bounteous sheaves are garnered, ear and blade." From Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne.


  • "OH, I KNEW him." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • OLD BURN'S BULL RIDE. "He jist cum in atwixt his hine legs, an' burried head, an' hon's thar onder a full run, a histen socks starn full two foot, clar of the yeath, an' right then his tail come down with a swish." Page 100. From Sut Lovingood. Yarns Spun by a "Nat'ral Born Durn'd Fool." Warped and Wove for Public Wear.


  • AN OLD-FASHIONED BREAK-DOWN. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • ON THE RIGHT TRACK. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE ORATOR OF THE SCOW. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "Our Nelly clasped his neck and whispered: 'Please, Won't you be good, sir? For I like you so.' " From Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne.


  • "OVER SHE GOES." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • OVER THE BREASTBOARD. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • Paul Hamilton Hayne. [Frontispiece Image] From Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne.


  • "THE PHANTOM ASSUMED THE WHEEL." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • PILOT BROWN From Life on the Mississippi.


  • The Pilot-House of the "Great Republic." [Page 259.] From The Great South; A Record of Journeys in Louisiana, Texas, the Indian Territory, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland.


  • Portrait of General Thomas J. Jackson, known as "Stonewall Jackson. [From an engraving owned by M. Knoedler & Co., N. Y.] From The Great South; A Record of Journeys in Louisiana, Texas, the Indian Territory, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland.


  • "POSTING HIS REPORT." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN. From Twenty-Eight Years a Slave, or The Story of My Life in Three Continents.


  • PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. REV. M. L. LATTA. WILLIAM MCKINLEY, Ex-President. GROVER CLEVELAND, Ex-President. REV. M. L. LATTA AND THREE OF HIS ADMIRABLE PRESIDENTS. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • "PULL HER DOWN!" From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE PURITAN. Page 370 From Tupelo.


  • R. S. RUST, D.D., LL.D. Honorary Secretary of the Freedmen's Aid and Southern Education Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church; Secretary from the Foundation of the Society in 1866 to 1888 From Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa: Held under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.


  • "THE RACKET HAD BROUGHT EVERYBODY TO THE DECK." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "'Read yourself—this once,' he pleaded, 'and let me listen.'" See page 435 [Frontispiece Image] From The Deliverance: A Romance of the Virginia Tobacco Fields.


  • REPAIRING DAMAGES. From Dialect Tales.


  • "RESURRECTED PILOTS." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • RESURRECTION OF HENRY BOX BROWN, AT PHILADELPHIA. [Frontispiece Image] From Narrative of the Life of Henry Box Brown, Written by Himself.


  • REV. BREWER G. BOARDMAN From Pastor Henry N. Jeter's Twenty-five Years Experience with the Shiloh Baptist Church and Her History. Corner School and Mary Streets, Newport, R. I.


  • REV. C. H. PORTER, JR. From Pastor Henry N. Jeter's Twenty-five Years Experience with the Shiloh Baptist Church and Her History. Corner School and Mary Streets, Newport, R. I.


  • REV. E. H. PORTER From Pastor Henry N. Jeter's Twenty-five Years Experience with the Shiloh Baptist Church and Her History. Corner School and Mary Streets, Newport, R. I.


  • REV. H. M. STONE From Pastor Henry N. Jeter's Twenty-five Years Experience with the Shiloh Baptist Church and Her History. Corner School and Mary Streets, Newport, R. I.


  • REV. HENRY M. KING From Pastor Henry N. Jeter's Twenty-five Years Experience with the Shiloh Baptist Church and Her History. Corner School and Mary Streets, Newport, R. I.


  • REV. HENRY PINCHEN. From My Southern Home: or, The South and Its People.


  • REV. WARREN RANDOLPH, D. D. From Pastor Henry N. Jeter's Twenty-five Years Experience with the Shiloh Baptist Church and Her History. Corner School and Mary Streets, Newport, R. I.


  • REV. WM. F. STEWART, A. M. Establisher of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa in Gammon Theological Seminary; For Fifty-Two Years member of the Ohio, then of the Rock River, Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church; For many years one of the Trustees of the Northwestern University of Chicago. From Africa and the American Negro: Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa: Held under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.


  • "RIVER INSPECTORS." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • RUTHERFORD B. HAYES. From Frederick Douglass The Orator. Containing an Account of His Life; His Eminent Public Services; His Brilliant Career as Orator; Selections from His Speeches and Writings.


  • SATAN CAME ALSO. "You have not asked about Satan," said Mr. Le Moyne suddenly one day. "Why should I ?" she replied, "If that personage will be equally forgetful of me, I am sure I shall be very glad."--p. 298. From Bricks Without Straw: A Novel.


  • THE SCHOOLMASTER ABROAD. p. 98. From The Flush Times of Alabama and Mississippi. A Series of Sketches.


  • A SCIENTIST. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • SELLER'S MONUMENT. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • SELLING THE NEGRO. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "SET HER BACK." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • GENERAL SHERIDAN. From My Day: Reminiscences of a Long Life.


  • A SHORT STOUT BAG. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Illustration] From Life on the Mississippi.


  • SHOWING THE BELLS. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Poems of Sidney Lanier, Edited by his Wife.


  • The slave-trader Walker and the author driving a gang of slaves to the southern market. From Narrative of William W. Brown, an American Slave. Written by Himself.


  • Slaves being sold at Public Auction. From Twenty-Eight Years a Slave, or The Story of My Life in Three Continents.


  • "SMELL THEM, TASTE THEM." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Fitz] From Colonel Carter of Cartersville.


  • SMOKE AND GOSSIP. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • SNAKE STORY. From Fifty Years of Slavery in the United States of America.


  • "SO FULL OF LAUGH." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "SO YOU HAVE BEEN FIGHTING." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • A SOUL-MOVING VILLAIN. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • STAGE-STRUCK. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "STAND BY, NOW!" From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "Stand!" said he, as the old lady was climbing the fence. From Some Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers; Together with "Taking the Census," and Other Alabama Sketches. By a Country Editor with a Portrait from Life, and Other Illustrations, by Darley.


  • STATION LOAFERS. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "...stood, bareheaded, gazing over the broad field." From The Deliverance: A Romance of the Virginia Tobacco Fields.


  • SUBLIME IN PROFANITY. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • SUT LOVINGOOD'S DOG. "Jist as he got clost tu the carryall, the powder cotch fire, an' soon arterwards went off, an' so did he, head fust."Page158. From Sut Lovingood. Yarns Spun by a "Nat'ral Born Durn'd Fool." Warped and Wove for Public Wear.


  • SUT LOVINGOOD'S DADDY ACTING HORSE. "He seem'd tu run jis adzactly es fas' es a ho'net cud fly, hit wer the titest race I ever seed, fur wun hoss to git all the whipin." Page 25. From Sut Lovingood. Yarns Spun by a "Nat'ral Born Durn'd Fool." Warped and Wove for Public Wear.


  • SUT'S NEW-FANGLED SHIRT. "I hearn a n'ise tarin' a shingle ruff ofen a hous' at wun rake, an' felt like my bones wer all what lef the shut, an' reached the floor."Page34. From Sut Lovingood. Yarns Spun by a "Nat'ral Born Durn'd Fool." Warped and Wove for Public Wear.


  • " 'Take dat f'um yo' equal--" From The Clansman: An Historical Romance of the Ku Klux Klan.


  • "TAKE THAT ICE PITCHER." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • TALKING OVER THE SITUATION. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "TELL ME WHERE IT IS--I 'LL FETCH IT!" From Life on the Mississippi.


  • A "Terminus" Rough. From The Great South; A Record of Journeys in Louisiana, Texas, the Indian Territory, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland.


  • "THAT 'S A REEF." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE BARKEEPER. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE BRAN DANCE. From Dialect Tales.


  • "THE CAPTAIN STORMED." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Illustration] From Life on the Mississippi.


  • ["Gentlemen, a true Southern lady"] From Colonel Carter of Cartersville.


  • [Mister Grocerman] From Colonel Carter of Cartersville.


  • THE COMMISSION DEALER. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Illustration] From Life on the Mississippi.


  • " 'The Fiery Cross of old Scotland's hills!' " From The Clansman: An Historical Romance of the Ku Klux Klan.


  • THE FIRE DROVE THE AXEMEN AWAY. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE HOSPITAL WARD. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE LAST DAUGHTER. Page 94. From The White Slave; or, Memoirs of a Fugitive.


  • "THE PEDDLER COULD HARDLY KEEP BACK A SHOUT." From Dialect Tales.


  • "THE SIGN OF MEMBERSHIP." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE SPECTRE STEAMER. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE TRAGEDY. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THE WOOD-YARD MAN. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "Then holding it in the flame of the lamp," &c. From The Rivals: A Chickahominy Story.


  • "There cometh a dream of the past to me, On the desert sands by the autumn sea." From Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne.


  • THEY KEPT ON SHOOTING. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • THEY RUMMAGED THE CABIN. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "THREW THE PREACHER OVERBOARD." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Title Page Image] From The Poor Unhappy Transported Felon's Sorrowful Account of His Fourteen Years Transportation, at Virginia, in America. In Six Parts. Being a Remarkable and Succinct History of the Life of James Revel, the Unhappy Sufferer Who Was Put Apprentice by His Father to a Tinman, Near Moorfields, Where He Got into Bad Company and Before Long Ran Away, and Went Robbing with a Gang of Thieves, But His Master Soon Got Him Back Again; Yet Would Not Be Be [sic] Kept from His Old Companions, But Went Thieving with Them Again, for Which He Was Transported Fourteen Years. With an Account of the Way the Transports Work, and the Punishment They Receive for Committing Any Fault. Concluding with a Word of Advice for All Young Men.


  • "Now," continued the old she savage, "them's the severest dogs in this country." Page 151. [1st Title Page Image] From Some Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers; Together with "Taking the Census," and Other Alabama Sketches. By a Country Editor with a Portrait from Life, and Other Illustrations, by Darley.


  • [Title Page Image] From The Deliverance: A Romance of the Virginia Tobacco Fields.


  • "To pass once more o'er Hampshire's mountain heights, . . . The fruitful farms, the enchanted vales, to view, And the coy mountain lakes' transcendent blue." From Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne.


  • "TO POSE IN ABJECT PATIENCE AND AWKWARDNESS." From Balcony Stories.


  • TOM OWEN. From The Hive of "The Bee-Hunter," A Repository of Sketches, Including Peculiar American Character, Scenery, and Rural Sports.


  • "TRACT DISTRIBUTING." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "TRAVELER" [1st Frontispiece Image] From History of the Life of Rev. Wm. Mack Lee: Body Servant of General Robert E. Lee Through the Civil War: Cook from 1861 to 1865.


  • "TREATED WITH MARKED DEFERENCE." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • TRIAL OF AFFECTION. Page 65. From The White Slave; or, Memoirs of a Fugitive.


  • Truly yours, Marcus J Wright [Frontispiece Image] From Diary of Brigadier-General Marcus J. Wright, C.S.A.: April 23, 1861 - February 26, 1863.


  • TURNING THE JACK. p. 129. From The Flush Times of Alabama and Mississippi. A Series of Sketches.


  • UNCLE MUMFORD. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "VERY BRIEF AUTHORITY." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "...waited for the oxen to reach the summit of the hill." From The Deliverance: A Romance of the Virginia Tobacco Fields.


  • WALKER, THE SLAVE TRADER. From My Southern Home: or, The South and Its People.


  • "WALKING AWAY WITH A SHRUG OF THE SHOULDERS." From Balcony Stories.


  • WARMED UP INTO A QUARREL. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "WAW TALK." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • A Wayside Sketch. From The Great South; A Record of Journeys in Louisiana, Texas, the Indian Territory, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland.


  • WE BEGAN TO COOL OFF. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • WE READ ALOUD. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "WE'LL BU'S' THE DO' OPEN" From The Wife of His Youth and Other Stories of the Color Line.


  • "WENT AROUND IN A CIRCLE." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "WENT TO WHISTLING." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • ["Who's that?"] From Colonel Carter of Cartersville.


  • "WHERE DID YOU SEE THAT FIGHT?" From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "WHERE IS MR. BIXBY?" From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "Where is that idiot, that dolt, that sluggard, that snail, with my mail?" From Balcony Stories.


  • [Illustration] From Aunt Sally: or, The Cross the Way of Freedom. A Narrative of the Slave-life and Purchase of the Mother of Rev. Isaac Williams of Detroit, Michigan.


  • [Frontispiece Image] "WHY DON'T YOU END IT?" (page 209) From To Have and to Hold.


  • A WORLD OF MISINFORMATION. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "YELLOW-FACED MISERABLES." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "YOU TAKE MY BOAT!" From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "YOU 'RE A SMART ONE." From Life on the Mississippi.


  • [Frontispiece Image] Your little borther seeking the lost. LUCIUS B. COMPTON. "Studying to show myself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."—2 Time. ii, 15. From Life of Lucius B. Compton, the Mountain Evangelist, or, From the Depths of Sin to the Heights of Holiness.


  • Yours Truly Levi Coffin. [1st Frontispiece Image] From Reminiscences of Levi Coffin, the Reputed President of the Underground Railroad: Being a Brief History of the Labors of a Lifetime in Behalf of the Slave, with the Stories of Numerous Fugitives, Who Gained Their Freedom through His Instrumentality, and Many Other Incidents.