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Mary Boykin Miller Chesnut, 1823-1886
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.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1905.
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[Title Page Image]

MRS. JAMES CHESNUT, JR.
From a Portrait in Oil.
[Frontispiece Image]

A PAGE OF THE DIARY IN FACSIMILE.

THE OLD BAPTIST CHURCH IN COLUMBIA, S.C.
Here First Met the South Carolina Secession Convention.

VIEW OF CHARLESTON DURING THE WAR.
From an Old Print.

FORT SUMTER UNDER BOMBARDMENT.
From an Old Print.

A GROUP OF CONFEDERATE GENERALS. "STONEWALL" JACKSON. ROBERT E. LEE. JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON. PIERRE G. T. BEAUREGARD. JOHN B. HOOD. ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSTON.

MULBERRY HOUSE, NEAR CAMDEN, S. C.
From a Recent Photograph.

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.

ANOTHER GROUP OF CONFEDERATE GENERALS.
WADE HAMPTON. ROBERT TOOMBS. JOHN C. PRESTON. JOHN H. MORGAN. JOSEPH B. KERSHAW. JAMES CHESNUT, JR.

THE DAVIS MANSION IN RICHMOND, THE "WHITE HOUSE" OF THE CONFEDERACY.
Now the Confederate Museum.

MRS. JAMES CHESNUT, SR.
From a Portrait in Oil by Gilbert Stuart.

MRS. CHESNUT'S HOME IN COLUMBIA IN THE LAST YEAR OF THE WAR.
Here Mrs. Chesnut entertained Jefferson Davis.

RUINS OF MILLWOOD, WADE HAMPTON'S ANCESTRAL HOME.
From a Recent Photograph.

A NEWSPAPER EXTRA.

COL. JAMES CHESNUT, SR.
From a Portrait in Oil by Gilbert Stuart.

SARSFIELD, NEAR CAMDEN, S. C.
Built by General Chesnut after the War, and the Home of himself and Mrs. Chesnut until they Died.
From a Recent Photograph.