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  • [Frontispiece Image] From The War; "Stonewall" Jackson, His Campaigns, and Battles, the Regiment as I Saw Them.


  • AN EARLY PORTRAIT OF BOOKER T. WASHINGTON From Up from Slavery: An Autobiography.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Thirty Years a Slave: From Bondage to Freedom: The Institution of Slavery as Seen on the Plantation and in the Home of the Planter.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From A Woman's War Record, 1861-1865.


  • [Title Page Image] From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • 1865 Opposite page 342. From One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry: His Experience and what He Saw During the War 1861-1865, Including a History of "F Company," Richmond, Va., 21st Regiment Virginia Infantry, Second Brigade, Jackson's Division, Second Corps, A. N. Va.


  • A FEW OF OUR ZOUAVES IN CAMP. TAKEN IN THE FIELD. 1863. From A Woman's War Record, 1861-1865.


  • A GROUP OF CONFEDERATE WOMEN. MISS S. B. C. PRESTON. MISS ISABELLA D. MARTIN. MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS. MRS. LOUISA S. MCCORD. MRS. FRANCIS W. PICKENS. MRS. DAVID R WILLIAMS. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • A. C. M'LEARY As he appeared August 5, 1865. From Humorous Incidents of the Civil War.


  • A. C. M'LEARY AND BETTIE JANE IN 1876 From Humorous Incidents of the Civil War.


  • A. C. M'LEARY AND WIFE IN 1902. [Frontispiece Image] From Humorous Incidents of the Civil War.


  • ADELINA PATTI Aged Sixteen From A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.


  • ANTOINETTE POLK. Baronne de Charette. From Memoirs of a Southern Woman "Within the Lines," and a Genealogical Record.


  • ARTEMUS WARD From Marse Henry: An Autobiography. Volume I.


  • Arthur Peronneau Ford [Frontispiece Image] From Life in the Confederate Army: Being Personal Experiences of a Private Soldier in the Confederate Army ; and Some Experiences and Sketches of Southern Life.


  • The author when firing for the Sante Fe R. R. and Engineer Brisley From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • THE AUTHOR, AGE 10 From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • BECKY COLEMAN From Old Times in Dixie Land: a Southern Matron's Memories.


  • Belle Kearney [Frontispiece Image] From A Slaveholder's Daughter.


  • BISHOP C. H. PHILLIPS, LL.D. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • BISHOP ELIAS COTTRELL, D.D. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • BISHOP ISAAC LANE, LL.D. (At sixty years of age.) From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • BISHOP J. A. BEEBE. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • BISHOP L. A. HOLSEY D.D. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • BISHOP M. F. JAMISON, D.D. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • BISHOP N. C. CLEAVES, D.D. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • BISHOP R. A. CARTER, D.D. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • BISHOP R. S. WILLIAMS, D.D. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • BISHOP W. H. MILES. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • BRIGADIER-GENERAL DAVID E. JOHNSTON and AID-DE-CAMP D. E. J. WILSON From The Story of a Confederate Boy in the Civil War.


  • By request of the family (of the decedent), Dr. Burton is performing an autopsy of the largest woman who lived in Springfield for years, at the time of her death weighing 500 pounds, December, 1909. From What Experience Has Taught Me: An Autobiography of Thomas William Burton.


  • Capt. Robert H. Bane From The Story of a Confederate Boy in the Civil War.


  • CAPTAIN W. L. MAURY Commanding the Georgia From Recollections of a Rebel Reefer.


  • CHRISTINE NILSSON From Diary of a Refugee.


  • CLARICE From Diary of a Refugee.


  • COLONEL BEVERLY KENNON Coast Defense, Egyptian Army From Recollections of a Rebel Reefer.


  • COLONEL JOHN S. MOSBY Photographed in Richmond in March, 1865 From The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby.


  • COLONEL MOSBY'S FATHER AND BROTHER Taken shorty before the War. The brother, William H. Mosby, joined the command in 1863 at the age of 18, and was later Mosby's Adjutant. He is shown in the uniform of a Military School. From The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby.


  • COLONEL MOSBY AT FOURSCORE YEARS OF AGE (1915) From The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby.


  • COLONEL MOSBY AT THE AGE OF FIFTY-FIVE YEARS His sister considers this a perfect likeness of him [Frontispiece Image] From The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby.


  • CORPORAL FESS WHITAKER February 12, 1898, to August 22, 1904 [Frontispiece Image] From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • Corporal Jesse B. Young From The Story of a Confederate Boy in the Civil War.


  • Courtesy of the New York Public Library SAMUEL CHAPMAN ARMSTRONG Founder of Hampton Institute From Up from Slavery: An Autobiography.


  • DAW ADAMS Mountain Champion Horse Swapper From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • DR. GEORGE COOPER Fortress Monroe, 1866 From A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.


  • Dr. Gid Whitaker and Rev. Jim whitaker at ages 7 and 9 Twin brothers, Little and Less at age 11 From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • DR. GID WHITAKER Graduate 1912 From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • DR. H. J. CRUMPTON REV. W. B. CRUMPTON "The Boys" after forty years From The Adventures of Two Alabama Boys.


  • DR. H.R. HAWKINS, Xenia, Ohio,Post Graduate, Hahneman College, Philadelphia, Pa. From What Experience Has Taught Me: An Autobiography of Thomas William Burton.


  • DR. HENRY C. VOGELL Fortress Monroe, 1866 From A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.


  • DR. LITTLE WHITAKER Graduate 1912 From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • DR. M. AMADOR First President of the Republic of Panama, 1903 From Recollections of a Rebel Reefer.


  • DR. THOMAS W. BURTON AND FAMILY. From What Experience Has Taught Me: An Autobiography of Thomas William Burton.


  • Dr. Thomas William Burton having the connubial knot tied, August 3, 1893, to Miss Hattie B. Taylor. From What Experience Has Taught Me: An Autobiography of Thomas William Burton.


  • EDDIE BROWN The good-natured schoolmaster From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • 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." From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • Eliza Frances Andrews From a photograph taken in 1865 [Frontispiece Image] From The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865.


  • ELIZA RIPLEY From Social Life in Old New Orleans. Being Recollections of My Girlhood.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Memoir and Memorials: Elisha Franklin Paxton, Brigadier-General, C.S.A.; Composed of his Letters from Camp and Field While an Officer in the Confederate Army, with an Introductory and Connecting Narrative Collected and Arranged by his Son, John Gallatin Paxton.


  • FAITHFUL OLD JOE. From How It Was: Four Years Among the Rebels.


  • FAMILY GROUP From Bill Arp from the Uncivil War to Date, 1861-1903.


  • FAVORITE SEAT ON FRONT PIAZZA. WHERE COMERS PERE BORDIALLY WELCOMED From Bill Arp from the Uncivil War to Date, 1861-1903.


  • FESS AND LESS WHITAKER AND FAMILY When railroading in Texas 1906-12 From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • FESS WHITAKER From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • FIFTH CAPTAIN REUBEN J. JORDAN Opposite page 280 From One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry: His Experience and what He Saw During the War 1861-1865, Including a History of "F Company," Richmond, Va., 21st Regiment Virginia Infantry, Second Brigade, Jackson's Division, Second Corps, A. N. Va.


  • FIRST CAPTAIN R. MILTON CARY From One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry: His Experience and what He Saw During the War 1861-1865, Including a History of "F Company," Richmond, Va., 21st Regiment Virginia Infantry, Second Brigade, Jackson's Division, Second Corps, A. N. Va.


  • FIRST TRUSTEES OF SNOW HILL AND TWO OF THEIR WIVES From Twenty-Five Years in the Black Belt.


  • FOURTH CAPTAIN WILLIAM A. PEGRAM From One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry: His Experience and what He Saw During the War 1861-1865, Including a History of "F Company," Richmond, Va., 21st Regiment Virginia Infantry, Second Brigade, Jackson's Division, Second Corps, A. N. Va.


  • Frank C. Armstrong BRIGADIER-GENERAL ARMSTRONG'S MISSISSIPPI CAVALRY BRIGADE. From Reminiscences of a Mississippian in Peace and War.


  • FRANKIE HUGHES Grandmother of all From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • FRANKLIN PIERCE President of the United States, 1853-57 From A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.


  • From a Photograph by M. B. Brady ABRAHAM LINCOLN IN 1861 From Marse Henry: An Autobiography. Volume I.


  • From a Photography by M. B. Brady MRS. LINCOLN IN 1861 From Marse Henry: An Autobiography. Volume I.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From A Grandmother's Recollections of Dixie.


  • FROM BEYOND THE BLOCKADE KATE PIERCY MURPHEY, OF NORFOLK, VA. (Mrs. T. O. Chestney) From The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Memories of Childhood's Slavery Days.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Memoirs of a Southern Woman "Within the Lines," and a Genealogical Record.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Old Times in Dixie Land: a Southern Matron's Memories.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From The New Man: Twenty-Nine Years a Slave,Twenty-Nine Years a Free Man.


  • [Frontispiece Image] BISHOP ISAAC LANE, LL.D. (AT EIGHTY-TWO YEARS OF AGE) From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • [Frontispiece] From The Story of a Confederate Boy in the Civil War.


  • GENERAL JOHN B. GORDON From a photograph taken at the close of the war, when he was thirty-three years of age. [Frontispiece Image] From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • GEN. LUCIUS E. POLK. From Memoirs of a Southern Woman "Within the Lines," and a Genealogical Record.


  • GEN. THOMAS T. MUNFORD From A Soldier's Recollections: Leaves from the Diary of a Young Confederate: With an Oration on the Motives and Aims of the Soldiers of the South.


  • GENERAL ALBERT SYDNEY JOHNSTON. From Recollections and Reflections: An Auto of Half a Century and More.


  • GENERAL EARLY, DISGUISED AS A FARMER, WHILE ESCAPING TO MEXICO, 1865 MAJOR THOMAS P. TURNER, COMMANDANT OF LIBBY PRISON, AND GENERAL EARLY IN HAVANA, 1865 From Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early C.S.A.: Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of the War between the States.


  • GENERAL G. T. BEAUREGARD. C. S. A. From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • GENERAL HANCOCK. From My Day: Reminiscences of a Long Life.


  • Gen. James Longstreet, C. S. A. Gen. Robert E. Lee, C. S. A. Lieut. Gen. Jubal A. Early, C. S. A. Gen. George E. Pickett, C. S. A. Lieut. Gen. Richard S. Ewell, C. S. A. Gen. E. P. Alexander, C. S. A., Chief of Artillery in Longstreet's Corps at the Battle of Gettysburg From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • GENERAL JOSEPH WHEELER of Alabama From a war-time photograph From A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.


  • GENERAL JUBAL ANDERSON EARLY [Frontispiece Image] From Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early C.S.A.: Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of the War between the States.


  • GENERAL JUBAL ANDERSON EARLY From Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early C.S.A.: Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of the War between the States.


  • GENERAL ULYSSES S. GRANT From Diary of a Refugee.


  • GENERAL W. W. LORING Taken in Cairo From Recollections of a Rebel Reefer.


  • GENERAL WADE HAMPTON. From Recollections and Reflections: An Auto of Half a Century and More.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Military Reminiscences of Gen. Wm. R. Boggs, C.S.A.


  • GEO. C. RANKIN JR. OUR ONLY SON From The Story of My Life or More Than a Half Century As I Have Lived and Seen It Lived Written by Myself at My Own Suggestion and That of Many Others Who Have Known and Loved Me.


  • GEORGE AND SUSAN PAGE. From Memorials of a Southern Planter.


  • GOV. W. G. BROWNLOW THE FAMOUS EAST TENNESSEAN From The Story of My Life or More Than a Half Century As I Have Lived and Seen It Lived Written by Myself at My Own Suggestion and That of Many Others Who Have Known and Loved Me.


  • GRADUATES OF SNOW HILL INSTITUTE EMMANUEL MCDUFFIE, Principal Lauringburg Normal and Industrial Institute, Laurinburg, N. C. REV. EMMANUEL M. BROWN of Street Manual Training School, Richmond, Alabama. JOHN W. BRISTER, who established a prize at Snow Hill Institute. WAVERLY TURNER CARMICHAEL, Poet of Snow Hill. From Twenty-Five Years in the Black Belt.


  • A GROUP OF CONFEDERATE BELLES Flora Maxwell Rosalie Beirne (Mrs. Garnett Andrews, Jr.) Elizabeth Cohron Morgan (Mrs. Henry F. Andrews) Eugenia Toombs (Mrs. S. R. Palmer) From The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865.


  • A GROUP OF CONFEDERATE OFFICERS Lieut. (afterwards Col.) Garnett Andrews, 1863 Capt. Henry Irwin, 1863 Dr. Henry F. Andrews, 1864 Gen. Arnold Elzey, 1865 From The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865.


  • A Group of Members of the Ohio State Medical Association, in their Fifth Annual Session, Xenia, Ohio, June 9 and 10, 1909. From What Experience Has Taught Me: An Autobiography of Thomas William Burton.


  • Henry Watterson (about 1908) [Frontispiece Image] From Marse Henry: An Autobiography. Volume I.


  • HENRY WATTERSON (PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN IN FLORIDA) From Marse Henry: An Autobiography. Volume II.


  • HENRY WATTERSON—FIFTY YEARS AGO [Frontispiece Image] From Marse Henry: An Autobiography. Volume II.


  • HENRY WOODFIN GRADY ONE OF MR. WATTERSON'S "BOYS", From Marse Henry: An Autobiography. Volume II.


  • HON. JNO. W. LANGLEY The author's political friend From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • HON. P. B. S. PINCHBACK OF LOUISIANA Lieutenant-Governor 1871-72, and afterward Congressman BLANCHE K. BRUCE OF MISSISSIPPI Who was born a slave, but was the first Negro to become a member of the United States Senate MAJOR JOHN R. LYNCH, U. S. A. Who served as a member of Congress from Mississippi CHARLES BANKS "He has taught me the value of common-sense in dealing with conditions as they exist in the South" From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • HON. W. S. DUDLEY President Kentucky River Coal Corporation From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • Isaac Mason. [Frontispiece Image] From Life of Isaac Mason as a Slave.


  • JAMES ALEXANDER McHATTON From Social Life in Old New Orleans. Being Recollections of My Girlhood.


  • JAMES BUCHANAN President of the United States, 1857-61 From A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.


  • JAMES L. PETTIGRU A distinguished jurist of Charleston, S. C. From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • JAMES MORRIS MORGAN [Frontispiece Image] From Recollections of a Rebel Reefer.


  • JEFFERSON DAVIS and CLEMENT C. CLAY, JR. (after release from Fortress Monroe) From A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.


  • JEFFERSON DAVIS, PRESIDENT C. S. A., AND MRS. DAVIS From Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early C.S.A.: Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of the War between the States.


  • JOHN A. WYETH, Co. I, 4TH ALABAMA CAVALRY From a photograph taken in 1861 From With Sabre and Scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.


  • JOHN ALLAN WYETH, M.D., LL.D. From a photograph by Bradley, 1914 [Frontispiece Image] From With Sabre and Scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.


  • JOHN BELL OF TENNESSEE--IN 1860 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE "UNION PARTY"--"BELL AND EVERETT" TICKET From Marse Henry: An Autobiography. Volume I.


  • JOHN COMBS BARLOW Letcher County's last fugitive From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


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


  • John H. Aughey. From a photograph taken in the year 1898. [Frontispiece Image] From Tupelo.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From My Own Life, or, A Deserted Wife.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Recollections of a Naval Life: Including the Cruises of the Confederate States Steamers, "Sumter" and "Alabama".


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Autobiography and Reminiscences of John W. Carroll.


  • JUDGE ROGER A. PRYOR IN 1900. From My Day: Reminiscences of a Long Life.


  • JUDGE SAM COLLINS January 1st, 1918-22 From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • JULIA, DAUGHTER OF MRS. TROUP BUTLER (Mrs. W. H. Toombs) From a photograph taken about 1873 From The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier.


  • 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.


  • LADY NAPIER AND HER SONS From A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.


  • LESS WHITAKER AND FAMILY Assessor and tax collector Potter County, Texas, 1916-20 From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • Lieut. Elisha M. Stone From The Story of a Confederate Boy in the Civil War.


  • Lieut. Eustace Gibson From The Story of a Confederate Boy in the Civil War.


  • LIEUT. RANDOLPH H. McKIM, 1862 From A Soldier's Recollections: Leaves from the Diary of a Young Confederate: With an Oration on the Motives and Aims of the Soldiers of the South.


  • Lieut. Thomas S. Taylor From The Story of a Confederate Boy in the Civil War.


  • LIEUTENANT-COLONEL MORGAN Egyptian Army, 1870 From Recollections of a Rebel Reefer.


  • LIEUTENANT-GENERAL JOHN B. HOOD, C. S. A. From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • LIEUTENANT-GENERAL THOMAS JONATHAN ("STONEWALL") JACKSON, C. S. A. From a photograph taken in Winchester, Virginia, in 1862. From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • LITTLE MARY FRANCES STEVENS, Deceased SHE WAS AS SWEET AT THE MUSIC OF SONG, AND AS BEAUTIFUL AS THE FLOWERS OF MAY From The Story of My Life or More Than a Half Century As I Have Lived and Seen It Lived Written by Myself at My Own Suggestion and That of Many Others Who Have Known and Loved Me.


  • LORD LYONS British Ambassador to the United States 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 ROBERT P. CARSON Taken 1910 From The War; "Stonewall" Jackson, His Campaigns, and Battles, the Regiment as I Saw Them.


  • Lt. Col Frank A Montgomery FIRST MISSISSIPPI CAVALRY. Age 70. [Frontispiece Image] From Reminiscences of a Mississippian in Peace and War.


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


  • M. B. HOUGHTON. From Two Boys in the Civil War and After.


  • MAJ. HENRY CLINTON WOOD Taken 1896 From The War; "Stonewall" Jackson, His Campaigns, and Battles, the Regiment as I Saw Them.


  • MAJOR ANDREW L. PITZER From Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early C.S.A.: Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of the War between the States.


  • MAJOR JOHN WARWICK DANIEL From Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early C.S.A.: Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of the War between the States.


  • MAJOR SAMUEL HALE From Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early C.S.A.: Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of the War between the States.


  • MAJOR SMITH AND CAROLINE From Bill Arp from the Uncivil War to Date, 1861-1903.


  • MAJOR W. P. A. CAMPBELL Formerly of the C.S. Navy. Taken in Cairo in 1870 From Recollections of a Rebel Reefer.


  • Major-General W. S. HANCOCK, U. S. A., Division-Commander; General FRANCIS C. BARLOW, General DAVID B. BINNEY, and General JOHN GIBBON From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • MAMMY HARRIET. From Memorials of a Southern Planter.


  • THE MAN WHO CARRIED THE LAST FLAG OF TRUCE [Frontispiece Image] From The Last Flag of Truce.


  • MARIETTA COMPTON. From Life of Lucius B. Compton, the Mountain Evangelist, or, From the Depths of Sin to the Heights of Holiness.


  • Marion Johnstone Porcher From Life in the Confederate Army: Being Personal Experiences of a Private Soldier in the Confederate Army ; and Some Experiences and Sketches of Southern Life.


  • MATILDA WHITAKER The author's mother. Born Februay 13, 1848. Died October 30, 1918 From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • A MEETING OF THE NEGRO MINISTERS OF MACON COUNTY, ALABAMA From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • METTA ANDREWS (Mrs. T.M. Green) From a photograph taken in 1872 From The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865.


  • MIDSHIPMAN JAMES MORRIS MORGAN, C.S.N. At the age of fifteen From Recollections of a Rebel Reefer.


  • MIDSHIPMAN MORGAN While attached to the Cruiser Georgia, 1863 From Recollections of a Rebel Reefer.


  • MISS BERTHA RIVES, OF VIRGINIA (Mrs. Thomas Keith Skinker, of St. Loius) From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • MISS EVELYN BAYLY, OF VIRGINIA (Mrs. Louis McLane Tiffany, of Baltimore) From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • MISS FANNY WIGFALL, OF TEXAS (Mrs. B. Jones Taylor, of Baltimore) From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • MISS FLORENCE MITCHELL, SECRETARY, Louisville, Ky. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • MISS HARRIET LANE Mistress of the White House, 1857-61 From A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.


  • MISS HATTIE J. RANKIN TRAINED CHURCH WORKER From The Story of My Life or More Than a Half Century As I Have Lived and Seen It Lived Written by Myself at My Own Suggestion and That of Many Others Who Have Known and Loved Me.


  • MISS LELIA POWERS, OF VIRGINIA (Mrs. W. Stuart Symington, of Baltimore) From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • MISS LOUIE BOYD RANKIN From The Story of My Life or More Than a Half Century As I Have Lived and Seen It Lived Written by Myself at My Own Suggestion and That of Many Others Who Have Known and Loved Me.


  • MISS MARGUERITE ROBINSON. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • MISS MARY HAXALL, OF VIRGINIA (Mrs. Alexander Cameron, of Richmond) (This and the following are portraits of schoolmates of the author) From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • MISS MARY RUTH RANKIN YOUNGEST MEMBER OF THE FAMILY From The Story of My Life or More Than a Half Century As I Have Lived and Seen It Lived Written by Myself at My Own Suggestion and That of Many Others Who Have Known and Loved Me.


  • MISS MARY TRIPLETT, OF VIRGINIA (Mrs. Philip Haxall, of Richmond) From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • MISS SNOW M. RANKIN TRAINED NURSE From The Story of My Life or More Than a Half Century As I Have Lived and Seen It Lived Written by Myself at My Own Suggestion and That of Many Others Who Have Known and Loved Me.


  • MISS VIRGINIA PEGRAM, OF VIRGINIA (Mrs. David Gregg McIntosh, of Baltimore) From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • MOSBY IN 1866 From The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby.


  • MR. LOUIS BLAYLOCK, PUBLISHER OF THE TEXAS CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE From The Story of My Life or More Than a Half Century As I Have Lived and Seen It Lived Written by Myself at My Own Suggestion and That of Many Others Who Have Known and Loved Me.


  • MR. WATTERSON'S EDITORIAL STAFF IN 1868, WHEN THE THREE DAILY NEWSPAPERS OF LOUISVILLE WERE UNITED INTO THE "COURIER-JOURNAL." MR. GEORGE D. PRENTICE AND MR. WATTERSON ARE IN THE CENTER From Marse Henry: An Autobiography. Volume I.


  • MRS. A. S. PARKER of Washington, D. C. From A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.


  • MRS. C. H. SMITH From Bill Arp from the Uncivil War to Date, 1861-1903.


  • MRS. FRANCES ANN BOYCE LANE. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • MRS. G.C. RANKIN From The Story of My Life or More Than a Half Century As I Have Lived and Seen It Lived Written by Myself at My Own Suggestion and That of Many Others Who Have Known and Loved Me.


  • MRS. JESSE MERCER BATTLE (Laura Elizabeth Lee) [Frontispiece Image] From Forget-me-nots of the Civil War; A Romance, Containing Reminiscences and Original Letters of Two Confederate Soldiers.


  • Mrs. Joseph Le Conte. From The Autobiography of Joseph LeConte.


  • MRS. LAURA RANKIN STEVENS From The Story of My Life or More Than a Half Century As I Have Lived and Seen It Lived Written by Myself at My Own Suggestion and That of Many Others Who Have Known and Loved Me.


  • MRS. LOUIS TREZEVANT WIGFALL From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • MRS. MARTHA J. RANKIN MY MOTHER From The Story of My Life or More Than a Half Century As I Have Lived and Seen It Lived Written by Myself at My Own Suggestion and That of Many Others Who Have Known and Loved Me.


  • MRS. MARY ELIZABETH LONG SMITH LANE. From Autobiography of Bishop Isaac Lane, LL.D. with a Short History of the C.M.E. Church in America and of Methodism.


  • MRS. PHILIP PHILLIPS of Washington, D. C. From A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From My Day: Reminiscences of a Long Life.


  • MRS. SARAH ANN (HOXEY) BROWN From The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865.


  • MRS. W. H. FELTON. Taken at 75 Years of Age. [Frontispiece Image] From Country Life in Georgia in the Days of My Youth.


  • MRS. WILLIAM L. MARCY of New York From A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.


  • MY TWIN GRANDCHILDREN--NELL AND PERRY WARMATH. From Humorous Incidents of the Civil War.


  • NAPOLEON, THE BOUNDING HORSE From Recollections of a Rebel Reefer.


  • A NEW PORTRAIT OF MR. WASHINGTON "When I had something to say about white people I said it to white people; when I had something to say about coloured people I said it to coloured people." [Frontispiece Image] From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • "Now, my bredderin, a partin' an' a farewell word." See page 256. From A Slaveholder's Daughter.


  • [Portrait of Henry E. Shepherd] From Narrative of Prison Life at Baltimore and Johnson's Island, Ohio.


  • PRESIDENT JAMES K. POLK. Taken in 1848. Nashville, Tennessee. From Memoirs of a Southern Woman "Within the Lines," and a Genealogical Record.


  • PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • PROFESSOR E. W. CURRY, The Negro Orator and Educator, Founder and President of the Curry School, Urbana, Ohio. From What Experience Has Taught Me: An Autobiography of Thomas William Burton.


  • Professor John Le Conte. From The Autobiography of Joseph LeConte.


  • R. MONROE FIELDS Commonwealth's attorney, 35th Judicial District, Letcher and Pike Counties From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • RADICAL MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • REV W. H. ROBINSON AND DAUGHTER, MARGUERITE. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • REV. A. D. BETTS, D. D., of the North Carolina Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South. From Experience of a Confederate Chaplain, 1861-1864.


  • Rev. G. C. RANKIN, D. D. From The Story of My Life or More Than a Half Century As I Have Lived and Seen It Lived Written by Myself at My Own Suggestion and That of Many Others Who Have Known and Loved Me.


  • Rev. J. Tyler Frazier From The Story of a Confederate Boy in the Civil War.


  • REV. JIM T. WHITAKER Pastor Indian Bottom Church From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • THE REV. RANDOLPH H. McKIM, D.D. 1904 From A Soldier's Recollections: Leaves from the Diary of a Young Confederate: With an Oration on the Motives and Aims of the Soldiers of the South.


  • REV. W. A. BETTS, PH. B. (UNIV. OF N. C.) Methodist Episcopal Church, South. South Carolina Conference. From Experience of a Confederate Chaplain, 1861-1864.


  • REV. W. H. ROBINSON, AUTHOR. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • RUFUS HERRON OF CAMP HILL, ALA. "If there is a white man, North or South, that has more love for his community or his country than Rufus Herron, it has not been my good fortune to meet him" MAJOR ROBERT RUSSA MOTON "It has been through contact with men like Major Moton that I have received a kind of education no books could impart" PROFESSOR GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER "One of the most thoroughly scientific men of the Negro race" BISHOP GEORGE W. CLINTON "He is the kind of man who wins everywhere confidence and respect" From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • S . J. RICHARDSON, Editor Bedford, Ind., Enterprise, who has given valuable assistance and friendship to the author. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • SARAH HUTCHINS SMITH, AT 5 1-2 MONTHS This little granddaughter of Bill Arp died two days after him, and lies in the same vault with him. From Bill Arp from the Uncivil War to Date, 1861-1903.


  • SECOND CAPTAIN RICHARD H. CUNNINGHAM, JR. From One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry: His Experience and what He Saw During the War 1861-1865, Including a History of "F Company," Richmond, Va., 21st Regiment Virginia Infantry, Second Brigade, Jackson's Division, Second Corps, A. N. Va.


  • SENATOR AND MRS. JAMES CHESNUT, JR., OF SOUTH CAROLINA From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • SENATOR AND MRS. WILLIAM M. GWIN, OF CALIFORNIA From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • SENATOR JAMES M MASON, OF VIRGINIA From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • SENATOR JOHN B. GORDON From a photograph taken in 1896, when he represented Georgia in the United States Senate. From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • SENATOR LOUIS TREZEVANT WIGFALL, OF TEXAS (1861) From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • SENATOR R. M. T. HUNTER, OF VIRGINIA From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • SENATOR SLIDELL Of Louisiana THE MISSES SLIDELL MRS. SLIDELL From A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter.


  • SHERIFF J. D. TOLLIVER With a captured still From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • SISTER COMPTON. From Life of Lucius B. Compton, the Mountain Evangelist, or, From the Depths of Sin to the Heights of Holiness.


  • STEPHEN D. LEE. Commander-in-Chief Confederate Veterans. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • STONEGA, VIRGINIA The place where the author first began work in coal mines From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • SURVIVORS OF JUDGE ANDREWS'S HOUSEHOLD SERVANTS, PHOTOGRAPHED 1903 Ginny Dick Emily Sarah Arch Aunt Winny Isham Grace From The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865.


  • Betty Paschal O'Connor [Frontispiece Image] From My Beloved South.


  • TEACHERS OF SNOW HILL INSTITUTE From Twenty-Five Years in the Black Belt.


  • The author and his family on their way to Whitesburg to take charge of the county jail From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • THE FIELD LINE AND STAFF OF OUR REGIMENT. TAKEN IN FRONT OF PETERSBURG, VA.--BEFORE THE FIGHT. From A Woman's War Record, 1861-1865.


  • THEODORICK BLAND PRYOR. From My Day: Reminiscences of a Long Life.


  • This picture is a copy of one taken in Richmond in January 1863: The uniform is the one I wore on March 8th 1863 on the night of General Stoughton's capture John S. Mosby [Handwritten note under portrait photograph] From The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby.


  • Thomas presiding over the Ohio State Association of Physicians, Surgeons, Dentists, and Pharmacists, Columbus, Ohio, May, 1906. From What Experience Has Taught Me: An Autobiography of Thomas William Burton.


  • UNCLE JEFF SHIELDS, LEXINGTON, VA. [Frontispiece Image] From The Old South, a Monograph.


  • UNCLE WESLEY BANKS The "Buggar Man" school master From History of Corporal Fess Whitaker.


  • VIRGINIA JACKSON (McLAURINE) MOSBY Colonel Mosby's Mother From The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby.


  • W. B. CRUMPTON H. J. CRUMPTON "The Boys" as they looked then [Frontispiece Image] From The Adventures of Two Alabama Boys.


  • W. P. HARDEE, LIEUTENANT GENERAL C.S.A. From Marse Henry: An Autobiography. Volume I.


  • W. R. HOUGHTON From Two Boys in the Civil War and After.


  • WACO (KY.) SCHOOL. Taught by Thomas, 1885 and 1886. From What Experience Has Taught Me: An Autobiography of Thomas William Burton.


  • WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN Lieutenant-Colonel and next in rank to Colonel Mosby when the war closed. Photographed in 1863 From The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby.


  • WILLIAM H. MOSBY Colonel Mosby's Adjutant and only brother. Photographed (about) 1867 From The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby.


  • WILLIAM J. EDWARDS [Frontispiece Image] From Twenty-Five Years in the Black Belt.


  • WILLIAM RICE PRYOR. From My Day: Reminiscences of a Long Life.


  • WILLIAM WALKER. From My Day: Reminiscences of a Long Life.


  • THE WRITER OF THE DIARY From Diary of a Refugee.


  • [Frontispiece Image] Your little borther seeking the lost. LUCIUS B. COMPTON. "Studying to show myself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."—2 Time. ii, 15. From Life of Lucius B. Compton, the Mountain Evangelist, or, From the Depths of Sin to the Heights of Holiness.


  • yours truly Chas H Smith [Frontispiece Image] From Bill Arp from the Uncivil War to Date, 1861-1903.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From What Experience Has Taught Me: An Autobiography of Thomas William Burton.