The Southern Soldier Boy: A Thousand Shots for the Confederacy
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The Southern Soldier Boy: A Thousand Shots for the Confederacy

By James Carson Elliott
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  • The Southern Soldier Boy
    • A THOUSAND SHOTS FOR THE CONFEDERACY
      • By
    • By
    • JAMES CARSON ELLIOTT,
      • Company F, 56 Regiment N. C. T., C. S. A., 1861-’65, SHELBY, N. C.
        • Historical Incidents, Reminiscences and Personal Experiences, Covering the nine months siege of Petersburg and both Prison Pens, etc., etc. Plain facts more interesting than Fiction, all from the standpoint of a Private Soldier
      • Historical Incidents, Reminiscences and Personal Experiences, Covering the nine months siege of Petersburg and both Prison Pens, etc., etc. Plain facts more interesting than Fiction, all from the standpoint of a Private Soldier
    • Company F, 56 Regiment N. C. T., C. S. A., 1861-’65, SHELBY, N. C.
      • Historical Incidents, Reminiscences and Personal Experiences, Covering the nine months siege of Petersburg and both Prison Pens, etc., etc. Plain facts more interesting than Fiction, all from the standpoint of a Private Soldier
    • Historical Incidents, Reminiscences and Personal Experiences, Covering the nine months siege of Petersburg and both Prison Pens, etc., etc. Plain facts more interesting than Fiction, all from the standpoint of a Private Soldier
    • PREFACE.
    • THE SOUTHERN SOLDIER BOY.
      • Jamestown and Its Significance.
      • The Jamestown Exposition.
      • A Tribute to Virginia.
      • History of Co. F.
      • Supplemental to History of Company F.
      • Confederate Monument at Shelby.
      • A Patriotic Recruit.
      • A Bad Case of Itch.
      • Longstreet’s Corps Was on the Way to Chickamauga.
      • Shooting an Outlaw.
      • Removing Federal Prisoners From Richmond, Va., to Andersonville, Ga., February and March, 1864.
      • Navigating the Appomattox River.
      • Incidents on the Lines.
      • Reminiscences of Point Lookout Prison.
      • A Negro Sergeant Who Claimed He Carried White Ladies’ Hair.
      • Begging Crumbs From a Negro’s Table.
      • Two Patriotic Soldiers and One Who Was Out for the Bounty.
      • On the Wharf Detail and Wanting to Steal Something from Uncle Sam’s Plentiful Stores.
      • The Invasion of Home Land After Lee’s Surrender.
      • A Faithful Negro Servant.
      • Would Not Let Them Take All the Meat the Man Had.
      • Confederate Troopers Commit Outrages, Plunder and Murder.
      • A Hearty Conscript.
      • Scenes at Appomattox—stragglers in the Union Army.
      • A Patriotic Darkey.
      • An Aggrieved Union Soldier Seeks Sympathy From His Southern People.
      • Field Officers of Fifty-sixth Regiment North Carolina Troops.
      • A True Virginia Boy and a Bit of Romance.
      • Col. Billy Miller’s Upright Farm in the Upright Regions of Cleveland County, and How He Came to Own it, with Sketches of the County and Some of its People.
      • Uncle Abe Wallis Visits Washington.
      • An Irish Socialist.
      • Seven Days’ Fight Around Richmond.
      • The Negro Problem.
    • Jamestown and Its Significance.
    • The Jamestown Exposition.
    • A Tribute to Virginia.
    • History of Co. F.
    • Supplemental to History of Company F.
    • Confederate Monument at Shelby.
    • A Patriotic Recruit.
    • A Bad Case of Itch.
    • Longstreet’s Corps Was on the Way to Chickamauga.
    • Shooting an Outlaw.
    • Removing Federal Prisoners From Richmond, Va., to Andersonville, Ga., February and March, 1864.
    • Navigating the Appomattox River.
    • Incidents on the Lines.
    • Reminiscences of Point Lookout Prison.
    • A Negro Sergeant Who Claimed He Carried White Ladies’ Hair.
    • Begging Crumbs From a Negro’s Table.
    • Two Patriotic Soldiers and One Who Was Out for the Bounty.
    • On the Wharf Detail and Wanting to Steal Something from Uncle Sam’s Plentiful Stores.
    • The Invasion of Home Land After Lee’s Surrender.
    • A Faithful Negro Servant.
    • Would Not Let Them Take All the Meat the Man Had.
    • Confederate Troopers Commit Outrages, Plunder and Murder.
    • A Hearty Conscript.
    • Scenes at Appomattox—stragglers in the Union Army.
    • A Patriotic Darkey.
    • An Aggrieved Union Soldier Seeks Sympathy From His Southern People.
    • Field Officers of Fifty-sixth Regiment North Carolina Troops.
    • A True Virginia Boy and a Bit of Romance.
    • Col. Billy Miller’s Upright Farm in the Upright Regions of Cleveland County, and How He Came to Own it, with Sketches of the County and Some of its People.
    • Uncle Abe Wallis Visits Washington.
    • An Irish Socialist.
    • Seven Days’ Fight Around Richmond.
    • The Negro Problem.
    • INDEX.
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