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Title Life in Dixie during the war, 1861-1865 / Mary A.H. Gay.
Imprint [Auckland] : The Floating Press, 2012.
©2012.

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Subject Gay, Mary Ann Harris, 1827-
Gay, Mary Ann Harris, 1827-
American Civil War (1861-1865)
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives.
United States.
1861-1865
Genre History.
Personal narratives.
Contents Title; Contents; Introduction; Preface; Introductory Remarks -- The Tocsin of War; Chapter I -- The Magnolia Cadets; Chapter II -- The War Record of Dekalb County; Chapter III -- Labors of Love; Chapter IV -- Labors of Love; Chapter V -- The Third Maryland Artillery; Chapter VI -- A Daring and Unique Chase; Chapter VII -- Coming Home from Camp Chase-The Faithful Servant's Gift-A Glimpse of Confederate Braves; Chapter VIII -- Some Social Features; Chapter IX -- Thomie's Second Home Coming; Chapter X -- A Visit to Dalton-The Fidelity of an Old-Time Slave; Chapter XI -- A Perilous Trust.
Chapter XII -- A Scene in an Atlanta Confederate HospitalChapter XIII -- Concealing Confederate Clothing-Valuables Carried to Atlanta-Toby Taken Ill; Chapter XIV -- The Advance Guard of the Yankee Army-I Am Ordered Out-A Noble Federal; Chapter XV -- The Battle of the 22d of July, 1864-The Death of Toby; Chapter XVI -- Everett's Desertion; Chapter XVII -- A Visit to Confederate Lines-A Narrow Escape-My Return-The Fall of Atlanta; Chapter XVIII -- The Ten Days' Armistice; Chapter XIX -- The Return Home; Chapter XX -- On the Verge of Starvation; Chapter XXI -- A Second Trip for Supplies.
Chapter XXII -- News from the Absent BrotherChapter XXIII -- An Incident of the War; Chapter XXIV -- Picking Up Minie Balls Around Atlanta-Exchanging Them for Bread; Chapter XXV -- The Decatur Women's Struggle for Bread-Sweet Singing in Hard Places-Pleasant Visitors-I Make a Trip to Alabama-The News of My Brother's Death; Chapter XXVI -- My Mother's Death; Chapter XXVII -- A Reminiscence; Chapter XXVIII -- How the Decatur Women Kept Up the Sabbath School; Chapter XXIX -- Postal Affairs; Chapter XXX -- The Tragic Death of Sallie Durham; Chapter XXXI -- The Death of Melville Clark.
Chapter XXXII -- The Morton FamilyChapter XXXIII -- Hon. Joseph E. Brown's Pikes and Guns; Chapter XXXIV -- The Pursuit and Capture of the Andrews Raiders; Confederate Love Song; To the Reader, ; Appendix; Sherman's March to the Sea; Testimonials; Endnotes.
Summary The ""official"" account of the Civil War is well known by many, but this sweeping narrative often overlooks the experiences and impressions of individuals. Life in Dixie During the War offers up a fascinating first-hand account of what it was like to actually live through this tumultuous period in American history. According to some, this book was part of the inspiration for Margaret Mitchell's novel Gone With the Wind.
Other Title Print version: Gay, Mary A.H. Life in Dixie During the War 1861-1865. Auckland : The Floating Press, ©2012.