The spirit divided :
memoirs of Civil War chaplains : the Confederacy /
compiled & edited by John Wesley Brinsfield, Jr.
|Other Authors:||Brinsfield, John Wesley.|
Macon, Ga. : Mercer University Press, 2006
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Table of Contents:
- ATroubling Summons
- REPORTING FOR DUTY: MEMOIRS, 1860-1862
- "I would preserve the Union" /James P. Boyce
- "I am now en route for Richmond" /James M. Campbell
- "I was elected chaplain" /Chaplain Charles T. Quintard
- "I left my little church" /Chaplain George G. Smith
- MINISTRY IN THE CAMPS: MEMOIRS, 1863-1864
- "Why am I here?" /Chaplain William F.F. Broaddus
- "Trying It On," /Chaplain Charles Holt Dobbs
- MINISTRY ON CAMPAIGNS: MEMOIRS, 1862-1864
- "Letter to Attorney General T.H. Watts" /Chaplain I.T. Tichenor
- "Reminiscences of the Battle of Shiloh," /Chaplain I.T. Tichenor
- Chancellorsville and GettysburgDiary of Chaplain Francis Milton /Chaplain Francis Milton
- Field Hospital at Chancellorsville /Father James B. Sheeran
- Spotsylvania, 1864, the journal of Chaplain Charles James Oliver /Chaplain Charles James Oliver
- TheFall of Atlanta /Chaplain Thomas Deavenport
- MINISTRIES OF REVIVAL AND ENCOURAGEMENT: MEMOIRS, 1862-1863
- "Revivals in the Lower Valley" /Chaplain J. William Jones
- "By the aid of the spirit they preached with power" /Chaplain Asa M. Marshall
- "TheLord poured out His Spirit," /Chaplain John J. Hyman
- "Stonewall Jackson and the Revival of Religion" /Chaplain Robert L. Dabney
- "Fast-Day Sermon," 21 August 1863 /Rev. I.T. Tichenor
- MINISTRY AT THE END: MEMOIRS, 1864-1865
- "We are building shanties" /Rev. Atticus G. Haygood
- "Have you burned all our towns?" /Rev, James D. Anthony
- "Lee Had Surrendered!" /Chaplain A.D. Betts
- "TheSound of the last cannon has died" /Chaplain Thomas W. Caskey
- BUILDING A NEW SOUTH: MEMOIRS, 1871-1880
- "Hold Your Ground!" /Rev. John L. Girardeau, A Former Chaplain
- "TheNew South": Thanksgiving Sermon /Atticus G. Haygood, President of Emory College