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A diary from Dixie

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        StatementHoughton Mifflin Co.
        PublishersHoughton Mifflin Co.
        LC Classifications1949
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 63 p. :
        Number of Pages95
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        ISBN 10nodata

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He must have felt his fallen fortunes when he met me A diary from Dixie one who knew him in his prosperity. The Convention, which on December 20, 1860, passed the famous Ordinance of Secession, and had first met in Columbia, the State capital. INTRODUCTION: The Author And Her Book. They all shouted, "Missis, we is crazy for you to stay home. Chesnut's father was Stephen Decatur Miller, who was born in South Carolina in 1787, and died in Mississippi in 1838.

She met me with open arms. Joe Heyward sits at the next table, so they take her beauty as one of the goods the gods provide. " Our round table consists of the Judge, Langdon Cheves, Trescott, and ourselves. This makes it difficult to follow the thread of an entry. Andrew's Hall at a Cecilia Ball. Then came Abraham Lincoln, and rampant black Republicanism, and he must lay down his life for South Carolina.

INTRODUCTION THE AUTHOR AND HER BOOK IN Mrs. A reference to what was known as "the Bluffton movement" of 1844, in South Carolina. Clyburne took it up and made him stop short. A farewell to Richmond - "Little Joe's" pathetic death and funeral - An old silk dress - The battle of the Wilderness - Spottsylvania Court House - At Mulberry once more - Old Colonel Chesnut's grief at his wife's death.

A diary from Dixie (1906 edition)

Some of these retained kind recollections of the cordial hospitality shown the plantation missionary at Mulberry and Sandy Hill, and of the care taken at these places that the plantation chapel should be neat and comfortable, and that the slaves should have their spiritual as well as their bodily needs supplied. She struggled in her last year, dying in 1886 at her home Sarsfield in.

A man said aloud: "This war talk is nothing.