Andersonville violets : a story of northern and southern life / by Herbert W. Collingwood.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Indiana State Library - Indianapolis||[H] ISLM 813 C711A (Text)||0000102985611||Holliday Collection||Available||-|
- Physical Description: vii, 270 pages ; 20 cm
- Publisher: Boston : Lee and Shepard ; 1889.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Jack Foster's letter -- The babes in the woods -- The Andersonville violets -- A plan for escape -- Dishonorably discharged -- The escape -- Sol's victory -- The negro cabin -- Jack Foster's welcome -- After the war -- A southern town -- Colonel fair -- The man at the door -- Run to ruins -- The germs of a new manhood -- The Andersonville sentinel -- Bob Glenn wants his pay -- Jack Foster's trouble -- The negro question -- Aunt Jinny's favorite story -- Faded flowers of Andersonville.
|Summary, etc.:|| "A story of Andersonville prison, gold by a soldier in the Confederate army, suggested this volume. The Northern scenes are taken from life. The pictures of Southern life are taken from personal experience. An effort has been made to give an exact report of the state of affairs found by one Northern immigrant"--Preface.
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