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Contents Preface Acknowledgements The Early Years Mystery of the Bricks The Black Patriarch The Big Hatchie Turnpike and Bridge Company Communications Early Newspapers Communication with the World The Mexican Foe The Black Bean Incident The Mier Expedition: A Postscript The Mexican War The Civil War A Call to Arms Miss Molly and the Flag The Burning of Randolph Campfires and Creek Bottoms A Rebel Demand Tipton's Men in Gray The Lighter Side The McDills of Portersville "Not Unpleasant Memories" Lieutenant Brown and His Incredible Red Monster Two Confederate Generals Days of Desperate Men The Strange Demise of Handsome Jack The Murder of Jo Bragg Smoke on the Hatchie The Covington Raid The Quiet Visit Reunion and Dedication General Forrest's Last Speech The Brighton Reunion The Lighter Side A Fitting Memorial Amusements "The Carlsbad of America" The Lighter Side The Ruffin Amusement Company The Courthouse and the Courts A New Courthouse The Master Forger The Last Legal Hanging The World Wars World War I: The Home Front Shouts of Farewell A Good Accounting The Lighter Side Deeds of Valor-Quirks of Fate The Incredible Flight of the Night Raider Disaster Years A Fire Department Funnels of Death The Lighter Side Tipton County's Own Augustus Hill Garland "B. Baptist-rattling bones" Men of Congress The Lighter Side "Miss Fanny" The "Rice Pipes" A Credit to the Game Two Trails to Hollywood An Admirable Admiral Appendix A: Terrific Storm Appendix B: Tipton County Men Who Died While in Service Chronology Notes About the Author
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Tipton County (Tenn.) -- History -- Anecdotes.
Tipton County (Tenn.) -- Biography -- Anecdotes.