The primary object of this book is to furnish our children with material for becoming acquainted with the development of American life and history as found in Southern writers and their works. It may serve as a reader supplementary to American history and literature, or it may be made the ground-work for serious study of Southern life and letters; and between these extremes there are varying degrees of usefulness.
. Hezekiah Ellington's Recovery 315
JOHN REUBEN THOMPSON, 1823-1873 317 Ashby 318 Music in Camp 319
JABEZ LAMAR MONROE CURRY, 1825- 321 Relations between England and America 322
MARGARET JUNKIN PRESTON, 1825- 324 The Shade of the Trees 324
CHARLES HENRY SMITH, ("BILL ARP"), 1826- 326 Big John, on the Cherokees 327
ST. GEORGE H. TUCKER, 1828-1863 329 Burning of Jamestown in 1676 330
GEORGE WILLIAM BAGBY, 1828-1883 332 Jud. Brownin's Account of Rubinstein's Playing 332
SARAH ANNE DORSEY, 1829-1879 336 A Confederate Exile on His Way to Mexico, 1866 338
HENRY TIMROD, 1829-1867 341 Sonnet--Life Ever Seems 344 English Katie 344 Hymn for Magnolia Cemetery 345
PAUL HAMILTON HAYNE, 1830-1886 346 The Mocking-Bird (At Night) 348 Sonnet--October 349 A Dream of the South Wind 349
JOHN ESTEN COOKE, 1830-1886 350 The Races in Virginia, 1765 351
ZEBULON BAIRD VANCE, 1830-1894 358 Changes Wrought by the War 360 The Country Gentlemen 360 The Negroes 3
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