Table of contents for The South : a tour of its battlefields and ruined cities, a journey through the desolated states, and talks with the people, 1867 / John Townsend Trowbridge ; J.H. Segars, editor.

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Table of Contents
Editor¿s Introduction
List of Illustrations
I	The Start
II	The Field of Gettysburg
III	A Reminiscence of Chambersburg
IV	South Mountain
V	The Field of Antietam
VI	Down the River to Harper¿s Ferry
VII	Around Harper¿s Ferry
VIII	A Trip to Charlestown
IX	A Scene at the White House
X	Bull Run
XI	Visit to Mount Vernon
XII	¿State Pride¿
XIII	The Field of Fredericksburg
XIV	To Chancellorsville
XV	The Wilderness
XVI 	Spottsylvania Court-House
XVII	The Field of Spottsylvania
XVIII	¿One to Richmond¿
XIX	The Burnt District
XX	Libby, Castle Thunder, and Belle Isle
XXI	Feeding the Destitute
XXII	The Union Men of Richmond
XXIII	Markets and Farming
XXIV	In and Around Richmond
XXV	People and Politics
XXVI	Fortification¿Dutch Gap¿Fair Oaks
XXVII	In and About Petersburg
XXVIII	James River and Fortress Monroe
XXIX	About Hampton
XXX	A General View Of Virginia
XXXI	The ¿Switzerland of America¿
XXXII	East Tennessee Farmers
XXXIII	In and About Chattanooga
XXXIV	Lookout Mountain
XXXV	The Soldiers¿ Cemetery
XXXVI	Mission Ridge and Chickamauga
XXXVII	From Chattanooga to Murfreesboro¿
XXXVIII	Stone River
XXXIX	The Heart of Tennessee
XL	By Railroad to Corinth
XLI	On Horseback from Corinth
XLIII	Zeek¿s Family
XLIV	A Night in a Tennessee Farm-House
XLV	The Field of Shiloh
XLVI	Waiting for the Train at Midnight
XLVII	From Corinth to Memphis
XLVIII	Freedmen¿s Schools and the Freedmen¿s Bureau
XLIX	Down the Mississippi
L	In and About Vicksburg
L1	Free Labor in Mississippi
LII	A Reconstructed State
LIII	A Few Words About Cotton
LIV	Davis¿s Bend.¿Grand Gulf.¿Natchez
LV	The Lower Mississippi
LVI	The Crescent City
LVII	Politics, Free Labor, and Sugar
LVIII	The Battle of Mobile Bay
LIX	Mobile
LX	Alabama Planters
LXI	Wilson¿s Raid
LXII	Notes on Alabama
LXIII	In and About Alabama
LXIV	Down in Middle Georgia
LXV	Andersonville
LXVL	Sherman in Middle Georgia
LXVII	Plantation Glimpses
LXVIII	Politics and Free Labor in Georgia
LXIX	Sherman in Eastern Georgia
LXX	A Glance at Savannah
LXXI	Charleston and the War
LXXII	A Visit to Fort Sumter
LXXIII	A Prisonand a Prisoner
LXXIV	The Sea-Islands
LXXV	A Visit to James Island
LXXVI	Sherman in South Carolina
LXXVII	The Burning of Columbia
LXXVIII	Notes on South Carolina
LXXIX	The Ride to Winnsboro
LXXX	A Glimpse of the old North State
LXXXI	Conclusion

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Southern States -- Description and travel.
Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877).
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Battlefields.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Destruction and pillage.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives.
Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916 -- Travel -- Southern States.