Table of contents for The spirit divided : memoirs of Civil War chaplains : the Confederacy / compiled and edited by John W. Brinsfield.

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Introduction: A Troubling Summons
Chapter 1. Reporting for Duty: Memoirs, 1860/1862
"I would preserve the Union," Letters of Professor James P. Boyce 
of the Southern Baptist Seminary, Greenville, South Carolina
"I am now en route for Richmond," Letters of Chaplain James M. 
Campbell, 1st Georgia Infantry Regiment
"I was elected chaplain," Chaplain Charles T. Quintard, 1st 
Tennessee Infantry Regiment
"I left my little church," Chaplain George G. Smith, Phillips 
Georgia Legion
Chapter 2. Ministry in the Camps: Memoirs, 1863/1864
"Why am I here?" Chaplain William F. F. Broaddus, Post Chaplain 
at Charlottesville, Virginia
"Trying It On," Reminiscences of Chaplain Charles Holt Dobbs, 
12th Mississippi Infantry Regiment
Chapter 3. Ministry on Campaigns: Memoirs, 1862/1864
"Letter to Attorney General T. H. Watts," Chaplain I. T. 
Tichenor, 17th Alabama Infantry Regiment
"Reminiscences of the Battle of Shiloh," Chaplain I. T. Tichenor.
Chancellorsville and Gettysburg: the diary of Chaplain Francis 
Milton Kennedy, 28th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Field Hospital at Chancellorsville, Father James B. Sheeran, 14th 
Louisiana Infantry Regiment
Spotsylvania, 1864, the journal of Chaplain Charles James Oliver, 
Cabell's Artillery Battalion
The Fall of Atlanta, Chaplain Thomas Deavenport, 3rd Tennessee 
Infantry Regiment
Chapter 4. Ministries of Revival and Encouragement: Memoirs, 
"Revivals in the Lower Valley," Chaplain J. William Jones, 13th 
Virginia Infantry Regiment
"By the aid of the Spirit they preached with power," Letter from 
Chaplain Asa M. Marshall, 12th Georgia Infantry Regiment
"The Lord poured out His Spirit," Letter from Chaplain John J. 
Hyman, 49th Georgia Infantry Regiment
"Stonewall Jackson and the Revival of Religion," Chaplain Robert 
L. Dabney, 18th Virginia Infantry Regiment and Jackson's Staff
"Fast-Day Sermon," 21 August 1863, First Baptist Church, 
Montgomery. Rev. I. T. Tichenor
Chapter 5. Ministry at the End: Memoirs, 1864/1865
"We are building shanties," Letter from Rev. Atticus G. Haygood, 
formerly chaplain of the 15th Georgia Infantry Regiment
"Have you burned all our towns?" The Reverend James D. Anthony 
and General Sherman in Sandersville
"Lee Had Surrendered!" Chaplain A. D. Betts, 30th and 17th North 
Carolina Infantry Regiments
"The sound of the last cannon has died," Chaplain Thomas W. 
Caskey, Meridian, Mississippi
Chapter 6. Building a New South: Memoirs, 1871/1880
"Hold Your Ground!" Address at Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston. 
Rev. John L. Girardeau, Former Chaplain of the 23rd South 
Carolina Infantry Regiment
"The New South," A Thanksgiving Sermon, Atticus G. Haygood, 
President of Emory College

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Chaplains.
Chaplains, Military -- Confederate States of America -- Biography.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives, Confederate.
Confederate States of America. Army -- Chaplains -- Biography.
Confederate States of America. Army -- Chaplains -- History.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Religious aspects.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Social aspects.