Fast and Loose in Dixie: An Unprejudiced Narrative of Personal Experience as a Prisoner of War at Libby, Macon, Savannah, and Charleston, with an Account of a Desperate Leap from a Moving Train of Cars, a Weary Tramp of Forty-five Days Through Swamps and Mountains, Places and People Visited, Etc., Etc
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