Dixie after the War

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Dixie after the War
An Exposition of Social Conditions Existing in the South, During the Twelve Years Succeeding the Fall of Richmond.

With an Introduction by
General Clement A. Evans

Illustrated from old paintings, daguerreotypes and rare photographs

Chapter I. The Falling Cross
Chapter II. "When This Cruel War is Over"
Chapter III. The Army of the Union: The Children and the Flag
Chapter IV. The Coming of Lincoln
Chapter V. The Last Capital of the Confederacy
Chapter VI. The Counsel of Lee
Chapter VII. "The Saddest Good Friday"
Chapter VIII. The Wrath of the North
Chapter IX. The Chaining of Jefferson Davis
Chapter X. Our Friends, the Enemy
Chapter XI. Buttons, Lovers, Oaths, War Lords, and Prayers for Presidents
Chapter XII. Clubbed to His Knees
Chapter XIII. New Fashions: A Little Bonnet and an Alpaca Skirt
Chapter XIV. The General in the Cornfield
Chapter XV. Tournaments and Starvation Parties
Chapter XVI. The Bondage of the Free
Chapter XVII. Back to Voodooism
Chapter XVIII. The Freedmen's Bureau
Chapter XIX. The Prisoner of Fortress Monroe
Chapter XX. Reconstruction Oratory
Chapter XXI. The Prisoner Free
Chapter XXII. A Little Plain History
Chapter XXIII. The Black and Tan Convention: The "Midnight Constitution"
Chapter XXIV. Secret Societies: Loyal League, White Camelias, White Brotherhood, Pale Faces, Ku Klux
Chapter XXV. The Southern Ballot-Box
Chapter XXVI. The White Child
Chapter XXVII. Schoolmarms and Other Newcomers
Chapter XXVIII. The Carpet-Bagger
Chapter XXIX. The Devil on the Santee (A Rice-Planter's Story)
Chapter XXX. Battle for the State-House
Chapter XXXI. Crime Against Womanhood
Chapter XXXII. Race Prejudice
Chapter XXXIII. Memorial Day and Decoration Day. Confederate Societies
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016638980
  • Publisher: VolumesOfValue
  • Publication date: 4/26/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

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