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E605 C38 1901

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1897,

By MARY A. H. GAY, in the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.

CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTORY REMARKS.

9

CHAPTER 1.—The Magnolia Cadets

17

CHAPTER II.-The War Record of DeKalb County

22

CHAPTER III.-Labors of Love-Musical-Decatur

36

CHAPTER IV.–Labors of LoveKnitting and Sewing, and

Writing Letters to “Our Soldiers"

42

CHAPTEB V.-The Third Maryland Artillery-Some Old

Songs

48

CHAPTER VI.-A Daring and Unique Chase-The Capture

and Re-capture of the Railroad Engine, "The General” 52

CHAPTER VII.-Coming Home from Camp Chase-The

Faithful Servant's Gift-A Glimpse of Confederate

Braves

CHAPTER VIII.--Some Social Features-Morgan's Men

Rendezvous at Decatur-Waddell's Artillery-Visits

from the Texans-Surgeon Haynie and His Song..

72

CHAPTER IX.-Thomie's Second Home Coming-He Leaves

for the Front—His Christian Labors in Camp-He

Describes the Battle of New Hope Church-The Great

Revival in Johnston's Army

77

CHAPTER X.-A Visit to Dalton—The Fidelity of an Old-time

Slave

94

CHAPTER XI.-A Perilous Trust

104

CHAPTER XII.-A Scene in an Atlanta Confederate Hos-

pital

108

CHAPTER XIII.-Concealing Confederate Clothing-Valu-

ables Carried to Atlanta-Toby Taken Ill

113

CHAPTER XIV.-The Advance Guard of the Yankee Army-

I am Ordered Out-A Noble Federal

124

CHAPTER XV.-The Battle of the 22d of July, 1864-The

Death of Toby

135

CHAPTER XVI.-Everett's Desertion

146

CHAPTER XVII.-A Visit to Confederate Lines—A Nar.

row Escape My Return—The Fall of Atlanta

156

CHAPTER XVIII.—The Ten Day's Armistice-Going Out with

the Confederate Clothes-Scenes at Atlanta, and at Love-

joy's Station—The Visit to Granbury's Brigade-The

Last Interview with Thomie

168

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