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Camp-Fire and Cotton-Field

Thomas Wallace Knox, Journalist, author, and world traveler (1835-1896)

This ebook presents «Camp-Fire and Cotton-Field», from Thomas Wallace Knox. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected.

Table of Contents

- About This Book

- Dedication

- Ante Bellum

- Missouri In The Early Days

- The Beginning Of Hostilities

- The First Battle In Missouri

- To Springfield And Beyond

- The Battle Of Wilson Creek

- The Retreat From Springfield

- General Fremont's Pursuit Of Price

- The Second Campaign To Springfield

- Two Months Of Idleness

- Another Campaign In Missouri

- The Flight And The Pursuit

- The Battle Of Pea Ridge

- Up The Tennessee And At Pittsburg Landing

- Shiloh And The Siege Of Corinth

- Capture Of Fort Pillow And Battle Of Memphis

- In Memphis And Under The Flag

- Supervising A Rebel Journal

- The First Siege Of Vicksburg

- The March Through Arkansas.the Siege Of Cincinnati

- The Battle Of Corinth

- The Campaign From Corinth

- Grant's Occupation Of Mississippi

- The Battle Of Chickasaw Bayou

- Before Vicksburg

- Kansas In War Time

- Gettysburg

- In The Northwest

- Inauguration Of A Great Enterprise

- Cotton Planting In 1863

- Among The Officials

- A Journey Outside The Lines

- Oh The Plantation

- Rules And Regulations Under The Old And New Systems

- Our Free-labor Enterprise In Progress

- War And Agriculture

- In The Cotton Market

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- Some Features Of Plantation Life

- Visited By Guerrillas

- Peculiarities Of Plantation Labor

- The Negroes At A Military Post

- The End Of The Experiment

- The Mississippi And Its Peculiarities

- Steamboating On The Mississippi In Peace And War.

- The Army Correspondent

- The Present Condition Of The South

- How Disadvantages May Be Overcome

- The Resources Of The Southern States

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