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8 images with subject Fugitives from justice--Mississippi--1860-1870.

  • AS I WAS RAPIDLY TRAVELING ALONG A NARROW PATH I SUDDENLY MET A NEGRO. Page 240 From Tupelo.


  • I ASKED FOR SOMETHING TO EAT. Page 294 From Tupelo.


  • I ENTERED, BUT A GLANCE REVEALED TO ME THE CHARACTER OF THE PROPRIETOR. Page 149 From Tupelo.


  • I SAW THEM GAZING DOWN UPON ME WITH EVIDENT AMAZEMENT AND ALARM. Page 248 From Tupelo.


  • IN THE EAST THE TENTS OF A GREAT ENCAMPMENT WERE SPREAD OUT IN FULL VIEW. Page 256 From Tupelo.


  • THE DOOR BLEW OPEN AND I STAGGERED IN. Page 267 From Tupelo.


  • THE MEN RAN UP THE KNOLL AND FIRED AT US. Page 277 From Tupelo.


  • WILLIS WADED IN THE CREEK FOR THREE MILES. Page 204 From Tupelo.