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Table of Contents Editor¿s Introduction Preface 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 XLII Zeek 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.