About the author:JAMES REID COLE (1839–1917) was an academic, Confederate officer, educator, college administrator, and Texas state representative. In this book originally published in 1913 he detail the historic events of his life as a collegeMoreAbout the author:JAMES REID COLE (1839–1917) was an academic, Confederate officer, educator, college administrator, and Texas state representative. In this book originally published in 1913 he detail the historic events of his life as a college student, civil war soldier and officer, as well as life during the reconstruction era and thereafter.CONTENTSTHE FIRST DECADEChapter 1THE SECOND DECADEChapter II.
— Stokesburg and GreensboChapter III.— Trinity CollegeTHE THIRD DECADE.Chapter IV.— War. Ft. MaconChapter V.— The Battle of New BerneChapter VI. — Gilletts House and RichmondChapter VII. — Jerusalem and FredericksburgChapter VIII. — Chancellorsville and KinstonChapter IX.— End of the WarChapter X.— The WestTHE FOURTH DECADEChapter XI.
— Running for the LegislatureChapter XII.— The Twelfth LegislatureChapter XIII. — The Centennial CelebrationTHE FIFTH DECADEChapter XIV.— At the A. & M. CollegeChapter XV.— AbileneTHE SIXTH DECADE.Chapter XVI.— DallasTHE SEVENTH DECADE.Chapter XVII. — Louisville and Lexington, VaChapter XVIII. — Baptist UniversityChapter XIX. — In the Philippine IslandsChapter XX. — War Pictures. Harpers Ferry, 1859, and John BrownChapter XXI — War Pictures. Sharpsburg, Lee and McClellanChapter XXII.
— War Pictures. Gettysburg, Lee and MeadeChapter XXIII. — Stonewall JacksonChapter XXIV. A Look at TexasChapter XXV. — A Birds-Eye View of Our CountryChapter XXVI.— The Fortunes of Ten Beautiful GirlsChapter XXVII.— The ResultThe Patriot. — A Romance of Love and WarThis book originally published in 1913 has been reformatted for the Kindle and may contain an occasional defect from the original publication or from the reformatting process.
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