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  • A CORNER OF "MASFIELD"--HOME OF HENRY WATTERSON From Marse Henry: An Autobiography. Volume II.


  • A NEWER TYPE OF HOME IN THE BLACK BELT From Twenty-Five Years in the Black Belt.


  • AN OFFICERS' MESS, COOK, AND CHAMBERMAID--COLLIS ZOUAVES, 1863-4. From A Woman's War Record, 1861-1865.


  • ANTE-BELLUM HOME OF JUDGE THOMAS GIBBES MORGAN, ON CHURCH STREET, BATON ROUGE, LA. From A Confederate Girl's Diary.


  • As in Ante-bellum Days. See page 86. From A Slaveholder's Daughter.


  • BATTLE-FIELD OF CEDAR CREEK, VIRGINIA Looking southeast toward Three Top Mountain. The turnpike passes by the house on the right. From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • THE BATTLE-FIELD OF SEVEN PINES From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • BATTLE-FLAG OF THE SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY Blue cross containing thirteen stars; red field, white border. Burnside breech-loading cavalry carbine and Colt's army six-shooter of models used by the author in the service. Post-oak relic containing two cannon-balls and two grape-shot lodged during the battle of Chickamauga, 1863. Thirty years later this souvenir was secured and presented to the author by his friend Dr. Cooper Holtzclaw, of Chattanooga, Tennessee. From With Sabre and Scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.


  • BELVIDERE, BALTIMORE, MD. The Author's boyhood home [Frontispiece Image] From A Soldier's Recollections: Leaves from the Diary of a Young Confederate: With an Oration on the Motives and Aims of the Soldiers of the South.


  • BLACKEY DEPOT From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • Boys' Hall at Lane College, Jackson, Tenn. BOYS' DORMTORY, LANE COLLEGE. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • BURNSIDE BRIDGE AS IT APPEARS TO-DAY PART OF THE ANTIETAM BATTLE-FIELD TO-DAY From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • BURTON HILL From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • BURTON HILL SCHOOL HOUSE From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • BUST PORTRAIT OF DR. JOHN A. WYETH, UNVEILED AT THE POLYCLINIC HOSPITAL, MAY 1, 1914 From With Sabre and Scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.


  • CAMP OF 114TH PENNA. VOLS. (COLLIS ZOUAVES) NEAR CULPEPER, VA., 1863-4. From A Woman's War Record, 1861-1865.


  • A CAMP ON THE PAMUNKEY RIVER, VIRGINIA Tents can be seen on opposite hill. From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • CEDAR CREEK BATTLEFIELD From Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early C.S.A.: Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of the War between the States.


  • A CHAMOIS ON GUARD A snap-shot taken by the author, from the Bonaparte Trail, over the Great St. Bernard Pass From With Sabre and Scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.


  • CHEROKEE MISSIONARY STATION, 1820 The first house built in that part of "The Reservation" in the present county of Marshall in Alabama. The author's parents were living here when he was born. It still serves as a residence and bids fair to endure for another century From With Sabre and Scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.


  • COLLIS P. HUNTINGTON MEMORIAL BUILDING Tuskegee Institute THE OFFICE BUILDING In which are located the administrative offices of the school, the Institute Bank and the Institute Post Office From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • CONFEDERATE MONUMENT. From The Old South, a Monograph.


  • CONFEDERATE WHITE HOUSE. From The Old South, a Monograph.


  • Copyright, 1907, by Underwood & Underwood, N. Y. RESIDENCE OF MR. WASHINGTON AT TUSKEGEE From Up from Slavery: An Autobiography.


  • Cotton Picking as Now Done. See page 99. From A Slaveholder's Daughter.


  • Courtesy of Acme Photo "THE PAVILION," TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE Used as an auditorium before completion of the chapel. From Up from Slavery: An Autobiography.


  • Courtesy of Acme Photo BUILDINGS ON GROUNDS WHEN PURCHASED FOR THE TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE Used as first school buildings. The one on the right is still in use. From Up from Slavery: An Autobiography.


  • Courtesy of Keystone View Co. MEMORIAL TO BOOKER T. WASHINGTON AT TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE Work of Sculptor Charles Keck From Up from Slavery: An Autobiography.


  • DR. THOMAS W. BURTON From What Experience Has Taught Me: An Autobiography of Thomas William Burton.


  • "ESMARALDA" In Warren County, North Carolina, my residence until final removal hence to Tokay Vineyard, Cumberland County, where I still reside. From Recollections and Reflections: An Auto of Half a Century and More.


  • FERRY HILL PLACE AS OF 1940 [Frontispiece Image] From Ferry Hill Plantation Journal: January 4, 1838 - January 15, 1839.


  • FRONT VIEW OF NEW BUILDINGS AT LANE COLLEGE. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • GIRLS' HALL, LANE COLLEGE. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • HAYWOOD, THE OLD HOME OF JUDGE GARNETT ANDREWS, ERECTED IN 1794-1795 From a photograph taken in 1892, after 30 years of neglect and decay, just before the old house was torn down to make way for a street From The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865.


  • 1862. He carried a knapsack containing woolen shirt, undershirt, drawers, socks, soap, towel, toothbrush, and needle-case; oilcloth, blanket, extra shoes; haversack, tin cup, canteen and a tin can for cooking. From One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry: His Experience and what He Saw During the War 1861-1865, Including a History of "F Company," Richmond, Va., 21st Regiment Virginia Infantry, Second Brigade, Jackson's Division, Second Corps, A. N. Va.


  • HOME OF A SNOW HILL GRADUATE From Twenty-Five Years in the Black Belt.


  • HOME OF DR. H. J. CRUMPTON, PIEDMONT, CALIFORNIA From The Adventures of Two Alabama Boys.


  • THE HOME OF WYLEY JONES. The Patron of John Paul Jones. From Memoirs of a Southern Woman "Within the Lines," and a Genealogical Record.


  • THE HOUSE IN MALDEN, W. VA., IN WHICH MR. WASHINGTON LIVED WHEN HE BEGAN TEACHING From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • A HUNTSVILLE MANSION OF THE EARLY DAYS From With Sabre and Scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.


  • AN INFANTRY CAMP NEAR FALMOUTH, MARCH, 1862 From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • INTRENCHMENTS ON LITTLE ROUND TOP, GETTYSBURG SLAUGHTER-PEN, FOOT OF LITTLE ROUND TOP, GETTYSBURG From a war-time photograph From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • JAMACIA PLAINS. Near Boston. The residence of my first wife, Esther Sargent Ellery. From Recollections and Reflections: An Auto of Half a Century and More.


  • John Wesley's Oak, Frederica, St. Simons, Georgia. See page 221. From A Slaveholder's Daughter.


  • LETCHER COUNTY COURT HOUSE, BUILT 1898 From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • LETCHER COUNTY JAIL, BUILT 1908 From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • LINWOOD From A Confederate Girl's Diary.


  • "LITTLE TEXAS" SCHOOLHOUSE, ALABAMA Which has been replaced by a $600 building "WASHINGTON MODEL SCHOOL," ALABAMA With dwelling for its teachers From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • Loading up for a trip to New Orleans. See page 179. From A Slaveholder's Daughter.


  • LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN From a photograph taken during the war. From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • MARSHALL COUNTY COURT-HOUSE, GUNTERSVILLE, ALABAMA From With Sabre and Scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.


  • A Mississippi Negro Baptizing. See page 61. From A Slaveholder's Daughter.


  • MONUMENT TO HENRY WYATT The first Confederate Soldier killed in battle From Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier.


  • MORNINGVIEW. The suburban residence of M. B. Houghton. [Frontispiece Image] From Two Boys in the Civil War and After.


  • MR. WASHINGTON ADDRESSING AN AUDIENCE OF VIRGINIA NEGROES From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • MR. WATTERSON'S LIBRARY AT "MANSFIELD" From Marse Henry: An Autobiography. Volume II.


  • MRS. CHESNUT'S HOME IN COLUMBIA IN THE LAST YEAR OF THE WAR. Here Mrs. Chesnut entertained Jefferson Davis. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • MULBERRY HOUSE, NEAR CAMDEN, S. C. From a Recent Photograph. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • NEW MAIN HALL, LANE COLLEGE. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • THE OLD FARM WHERE HE LIVED FOR TEN YEARS From Bill Arp from the Uncivil War to Date, 1861-1903.


  • The Old Plantation Home. See page 4. From A Slaveholder's Daughter.


  • THE OLD WHITAKER HOME The author stands where his mother whipped him with a switch from the cedar tree at his right From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • A PARTIAL VIEW OF HAMPTON INSTITUTE, VIRGINIA Where Mr. Washington received a large part of the training and of the inspiration of his great work From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • PARTIAL VIEW OF SNOW HILL INSTITUTE From Twenty-Five Years in the Black Belt.


  • POLYCLINIC MEDICAL SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL, 341-351 WEST FIFTIETH STREET, NEW YORK From With Sabre and Scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.


  • PRESIDENT POLK'S HOME IN COLUMBIA, TENN. From Memoirs of a Southern Woman "Within the Lines," and a Genealogical Record.


  • RESIDENCE OF BISHOP ISAAC LANE. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • RESIDENCE OF DR. S. P. HARGRAVE. From My Day: Reminiscences of a Long Life.


  • THE "RISING STAR" SCHOOLHOUSE With which the community was once satisfied THE "RISING STAR" SCHOOLHOUSE That the changed conditions have produced From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • RUINS OF "THE GROVE." The historic old Halifax (N. C.) home of Wyley Jones, in which John Paul adopted the name of "Jones.&rdquo From Memoirs of a Southern Woman "Within the Lines," and a Genealogical Record.


  • RUINS OF MILLWOOD, WADE HAMPTON'S ANCESTRAL HOME. From a Recent Photograph. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • RUINS OF STONE BRIDGE, BULL RUN From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • SAM DAVIS. From The Old South, a Monograph.


  • SARSFIELD, NEAR CAMDEN, S. C. Built by General Chesnut after the War, and the Home of himself and Mrs. Chesnut until they Died. From a Recent Photograph. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • A Scene on the Bayou Teche. See page 172. From A Slaveholder's Daughter.


  • SITE OF LA GRANGE MILITARY ACADEMY The trees shown here are growing from the ruins of the large central building with the portico of four columns shown in the illustration facing page 160 From With Sabre and Scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.


  • THE SITE OF TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE WHEN IT WAS FIRST BOUGHT Two of the buildings are still in use as dormitories From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, ASHWOOD, TENNESSEE. Built in 1838 by the Polk family. From Memoirs of a Southern Woman "Within the Lines," and a Genealogical Record.


  • STATUE OF DR. J. MARION SIMS, BRYANT PARK, NEW YORK From With Sabre and Scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.


  • SUTHERLAND HOUSE, GENERAL GORDON'S HOME AT KIRKWOOD, NEAR ATLANTA From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • THE "OLD BRICK CHURCH" From a photograph taken at the Reunion in May, 1904. The only building now standing at La Grange From With Sabre and Scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.


  • THE DAVIS MANSION IN RICHMOND, THE "WHITE HOUSE" OF THE CONFEDERACY. Now the Confederate Museum. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • THE OLD BAPTIST CHURCH IN COLUMBIA, S.C. Here First Met the South Carolina Secession Convention. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • THE OLD ORGAN USED IN THE SONG SERVICE OF REV. ROBINSON'S MEETINGS. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • "THE SHADOWS," BILL ARP'S HOME From Bill Arp from the Uncivil War to Date, 1861-1903.


  • THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE From The War; "Stonewall" Jackson, His Campaigns, and Battles, the Regiment as I Saw Them.


  • "TOKAY" VINEYARD. Moved here from Warren County 27th of November, 1880, where we have since resided. From Recollections and Reflections: An Auto of Half a Century and More.


  • TOMPKINS MEMORIAL HALL, HAMPTON INSTITUTE In the Tompkins Memorial Hall 1700 students during the school term take their meals three times daily. The building cost approximately $175,000, and is the largest building on the Institute Grounds. TRADE SCHOOL AT HAMPTON INSTITUTE From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • TRINITY CHURCH, AUGUSTA, GA. Where Bishop Lane was consecrated to the office of bishop, March 23, 1873. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • THE TUILERIES IN 1880 From Diary of a Refugee.


  • TWO TYPES OF COLOURED CHURCHES From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • A type of the unpretentious cabin which an Alabama Negro formerly occupied and the modern home in which he now lives From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • A TYPICAL INCIDENT OF THE WAR--LEAVING HOME From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • TYPICAL LOG CABIN IN THE BLACK BELT From Twenty-Five Years in the Black Belt.


  • A typical Negro Cabin of the South. See page 93. From A Slaveholder's Daughter.


  • UNCLE CHARLES LEE AND HIS HOME IN THE BLACK BELT From Twenty-Five Years in the Black Belt.


  • UNCLE NATHANIEL COLLINS Letcher County's first judge and court house From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. From My Day: Reminiscences of a Long Life.


  • WALL (ON THE LEFT OF ROAD) AT MARYE'S HEIGHTS CHANCELLORSVILLE AND FREDERICKSBURG BATTLEFIELDS From Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early C.S.A.: Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of the War between the States.


  • 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. From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • Weighing Cotton in the Field. See page 105. From A Slaveholder's Daughter.


  • Where the Bransons were killed in the Civil War. Three grandsons now in France From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


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


  • THE WILDERNESS NEAR CHANCELLORSVILLE From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • "Yer'll neber see 'im gwine inter his house ter his wife an' little chilluns when de day's wuk's done." See page 59. From A Slaveholder's Daughter.