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Louise Wigfall Wright, 1846-1915
A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.
New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1905.
List of Illustrations


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[Cover Image]

MISS LOUISE WIGFALL
(Mrs. D. Giraud Wright, of Baltimore)
The star in this portrait was from the coat collar of General Johnston and given by him to the author
[Frontispiece Image]

[Title Page Image]

SENATOR SLIDELL
Of Louisiana
THE MISSES SLIDELL
MRS. SLIDELL

SENATOR JAMES M MASON, OF VIRGINIA

SENATOR LOUIS TREZEVANT WIGFALL, OF TEXAS
(1861)

SENATOR R. M. T. HUNTER, OF VIRGINIA

BRIGADIER-GENERAL BEN. McCULLOCH, C. S. A.
The Texas Ranger

SENATOR AND MRS. WILLIAM M. GWIN, OF CALIFORNIA

GENERAL G. T. BEAUREGARD. C. S. A.

HON. WILLIAM PORCHER MILES
Member of Congress from South Carolina. Aide-de-Camp of General Beauregard's staff during the bombardment of Fort Sumter
MRS. WILLIAM PORCHER MILES
Née Bierne, of Richmond

CAPT. LANGDON CHEVES, C. S. A.
Designer of Battery Wagner
MISS EMMA CHEVES
MISS MARY CHEVES

EDMUND RUFFIN, OF VIRGINIA
(At the age of ninety)
He fired the first shot at Fort Sumter, and after the surrender at Appomatox killed himself, saying "I cannot survive the liberties of my country."

HON. JAMES SIMONS
Speaker of the House of Representatives of South Carolina, in his robes of office (1861)
MISS RHETA SIMONS

WILLIAM GOURDIN YOUNG, OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
Who steered the boat to Fort Sumter for General Wigfall

MRS. LOUIS TREZEVANT WIGFALL

MISS FANNY WIGFALL, OF TEXAS
(Mrs. B. Jones Taylor, of Baltimore)

MISS VIRGINIA PEGRAM, OF VIRGINIA
(Mrs. David Gregg McIntosh, of Baltimore)

MISS MARY HAXALL, OF VIRGINIA
(Mrs. Alexander Cameron, of Richmond)
(This and the following are portraits of schoolmates of the author)

MISS MARY TRIPLETT, OF VIRGINIA
(Mrs. Philip Haxall, of Richmond)

MISS LELIA POWERS, OF VIRGINIA
(Mrs. W. Stuart Symington, of Baltimore)

MISS EVELYN BAYLY, OF VIRGINIA
(Mrs. Louis McLane Tiffany, of Baltimore)

SENATOR AND MRS. JAMES CHESNUT, JR., OF SOUTH CAROLINA

MISS BERTHA RIVES, OF VIRGINIA
(Mrs. Thomas Keith Skinker, of St. Loius)

GENERAL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON, C. S. A.
MRS. JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON

MISS HETTY CARY, OF BALTIMORE

PRESIDENT JEFFERSON DAVIS

CAPT. JOHN RANDOLPH HAMILTON
Commander of the Floating Battery, C. S. N.
MRS. JOHN RANDOLPH HAMILTON

JAMES L. PETTIGRU
A distinguished jurist of Charleston, S. C.

LIEUTENANT-GENERAL JOHN B. HOOD, C. S. A.

MISS MARY MABEN, OF VIRGINIA
(Mrs. Frank Peyton Clark, of Baltimore)

MISS TURNER MACFARLAND, OF VIRGINIA
(Mrs. J. Wilcox Brown, of Baltimore)

MISS NANNIE ENDERS, OF VIRGINIA
(Mrs. J. Caskie Cabell, of Richmond)

RADICAL MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA