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  • 1861 He carried a knapsack, containing a jacket, white vest, dress shirts, collars, white gloves, toothbrush, undershirts, drawers, socks, soap, towels, needlecase, with needles, thread and buttons; an oilcloth, blanket, extra shoes, canteen, haversack, and tin cup. Frontispiece. 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.


  • ALEXANDER KNEELING AT THE SHRINE OF ACHILLES. Page 480. From Tupelo.


  • THE ANIMAL PERSISTENTLY REFUSED TO STEP OVER HIS PROSTRATE BODY. Page 337. From Tupelo.


  • ARLINGTON PLANTATION ON THE MISSISSIPPI From Social Life in Old New Orleans. Being Recollections of My Girlhood.


  • AS I WAS RAPIDLY TRAVELING ALONG A NARROW PATH I SUDDENLY MET A NEGRO. Page 240 From Tupelo.


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


  • The author caught by the bloodhounds. (See p.21.) From Narrative of William W. Brown, an American Slave. Written by Himself.


  • THE BEGGAR. Page 435. From Tupelo.


  • THE CAVALIER. From Tupelo.


  • THE COLORED ELDER. From Tupelo.


  • "Crying, sister?" he asked coolly. See page 24. From A Slaveholder's Daughter.


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


  • 1863 He carried an oil cloth, in which was wrapped a blanket, drawers, and socks; haversack, in which was towel, soap and needle case; canteen, tin cup and tin can for cooking. Opposite page 174. 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.


  • 1864 He carried an oil cloth, in which was wrapped a cotton fly tent; haversack, in which was towel, soap and needle case; canteen, tin cup and tin can for cooking. Opposite page 228. 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.


  • HE RAN AT THE FIRST FIRE. Page 589. From Tupelo.


  • HOW THE DARKIES SHOUTED. Page 562. From Tupelo.


  • I ASKED FOR SOMETHING TO EAT. Page 294 From Tupelo.


  • I CALLED, 'HALLO, UNCLE!' AS HE RESTED FOR A MOMENT. Page 200 From Tupelo.


  • I ENCOUNTERED AN OLD COLORED MAN. Page 48 From Tupelo.


  • I ENTERED, BUT A GLANCE REVEALED TO ME THE CHARACTER OF THE PROPRIETOR. Page 149 From Tupelo.


  • I GAVE HIM A PRESENT OF FIFTY DOLLARS IN GOLD. Page 548. From Tupelo.


  • I GOT MY BACK AGAINST A TREE, AND WITH A KNOTTY CLUB I KILLED SIX HOUNDS. Page 120 From Tupelo.


  • I SAW THEM GAZING DOWN UPON ME WITH EVIDENT AMAZEMENT AND ALARM. Page 248 From Tupelo.


  • "I'LL WHIP THE STORY OUT OF HIM." Page 544. From Tupelo.


  • IN THE EAST THE TENTS OF A GREAT ENCAMPMENT WERE SPREAD OUT IN FULL VIEW. Page 256 From Tupelo.


  • INSTANTLY THEY ALL THREE FIRED UPON THEIR WOUNDED AND DEFENCELESS VICTIM. Page 70 From Tupelo.


  • JUST THEN, THE CAP'N ORDERED ME TO MOUNT MY HORSE. Page 164 From Tupelo.


  • "MA, I THINK THEY WILL LET PA LOOSE, 'CAUSE WE PRAY SO MUCH FOR HIM." Page 284 From Tupelo.


  • MOVED OVER THE COUNTRY WITH FIRE AND ROPE. Page 556. From Tupelo.


  • "NO, NEVER! I WILL VOLUNTEER AS ONE OF THIRTY THOUSAND TO BUTCHER THE VILLIAN IF EVER HE SETS FOOT ON SLAVE TERRITORY." Page 30 From Tupelo.


  • "NOAH GOT TIGHT TOO, AND CUSSED HIS NIGGER BOY HAM." Page 517. From Tupelo.


  • THE OLD EXPERT WHO PRESIDES OVER EACH KETTLE. Page 398. From Tupelo.


  • PENDER FELL PIERCED BY TWO BALLS. Page 134 From Tupelo.


  • THE PURITAN. Page 370 From Tupelo.


  • SADIE BECK AND SALLIE RITTER FROM BEHIND TREES KEPT UP AN INCESSANT FIRE. Page 82 From Tupelo.


  • 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 WORKING IN THE COTTON FIELD. From Tupelo.


  • THE SOLDIER'S REPRIVE. Page 461. From Tupelo.


  • THE DOOR BLEW OPEN AND I STAGGERED IN. Page 267 From Tupelo.


  • THE MEN RAN UP THE KNOLL AND FIRED AT US. Page 277 From Tupelo.


  • THEY HUNG MY SON TO THE LIMB OF A TREE. Page 187 From Tupelo.


  • THEY LIVED IN A CAVE ON THE BANKS OF THAT STREAM. Page 57 From Tupelo.


  • "Ugh! I ain't see'd no silver myself!" See page 13. From A Slaveholder's Daughter.


  • WE WERE BROUGHT INTO THE PRESENCE OF GEN. THOS. JORDAN. 102 From Tupelo.


  • WHILE THE YOUNG PATRIOT WAS DRINKING SHE DREW A PISTOL AND IMMEDIATELY SHOT HIM. Page 526. From Tupelo.


  • WILLIS WADED IN THE CREEK FOR THREE MILES. Page 204 From Tupelo.