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20 images with subject Men--Mississippi--1860-1870.

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


  • COL. R. A. PINSON. FIRST MISSISSIPPI CAVALRY. From Reminiscences of a Mississippian in Peace and War.


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


  • I ENCOUNTERED AN OLD COLORED MAN. Page 48 From Tupelo.


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


  • I GAVE HIM A PRESENT OF FIFTY DOLLARS IN GOLD. Page 548. From Tupelo.


  • I GOT MY BACK AGAINST A TREE, AND WITH A KNOTTY CLUB I KILLED SIX HOUNDS. Page 120 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.


  • John H. Aughey. From a photograph taken in the year 1860. From Tupelo.


  • JUST THEN, THE CAP'N ORDERED ME TO MOUNT MY HORSE. Page 164 From Tupelo.


  • L. Q. C. LAMAR 1862 From A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.


  • Lt. Col Frank A Montgomery FIRST MISSISSIPPI CAVALRY. Age 31. From Reminiscences of a Mississippian in Peace and War.


  • "NO, NEVER! I WILL VOLUNTEER AS ONE OF THIRTY THOUSAND TO BUTCHER THE VILLIAN IF EVER HE SETS FOOT ON SLAVE TERRITORY." Page 30 From Tupelo.


  • PENDER FELL PIERCED BY TWO BALLS. Page 134 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.


  • WE WERE BROUGHT INTO THE PRESENCE OF GEN. THOS. JORDAN. 102 From Tupelo.


  • WHILE THE YOUNG PATRIOT WAS DRINKING SHE DREW A PISTOL AND IMMEDIATELY SHOT HIM. Page 526. From Tupelo.


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