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Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Joel Chandler Harris
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WORKS OF

JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS



CONTENTS

##  UNCLE REMUS SONGS AND SAYINGS

##  UNCLE REMUS AND BRER RABBIT

##  NIGHTS WITH UNCLE REMUS

##  NIGHTS WTH UNCLE REMUS

##  TOLD BY UNCLE REMUS

##  MINGO

##  MR. THIMBLEFINGER

##  A LITTLE UNION SCOUT

##  STORIES OF GEORGIA

##  FREE JOE

##  GABRIEL TOLLIVER

##  THE BISHOP AND THE BOOGERMAN

##  ON THE PLANTATION

##  AARON IN THE WILDWOODS

##  BALAAM AND HIS MASTER



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



UNCLE REMUS: HIS SONGS AND HIS SAYINGS
By Joel Chandler Harris
CONTENTS
PREFACE AND DEDICATION
INTRODUCTION

LEGENDS OF THE OLD PLANTATION
I. UNCLE REMUS INITIATES THE LITTLE BOY
II. THE WONDERFUL TAR BABY STORY
III. WHY MR. POSSUM LOVES PEACE
IV. HOW MR. RABBIT WAS TOO SHARP FOR MR. FOX
V. THE STORY OF THE DELUGE AND HOW IT CAME ABOUT
VI. MR. RABBIT GROSSLY DECEIVES MR. FOX
VII. MR. FOX IS AGAIN VICTIMIZED
VIII. MR. FOX IS "OUTDONE" BY MR. BUZZARD
IX. MISS COW FALLS A VICTIM TO MR. RABBIT
X. MR. TERRAPIN APPEARS UPON THE SCENE
XI. MR. WOLF MAKES A FAILURE
XII. MR. FOX TACKLES OLD MAN TARRYPIN
XIII. THE AWFUL FATE OF MR. WOLF
XIV. MR. FOX AND THE DECEITFUL FROGS
XV. MR. FOX GOES A-HUNTING, BUT MR. RABBIT BAGS THE GAME
XVI. OLD MR. RABBIT, HE'S A GOOD FISHERMAN
XVII. MR. RABBIT NIBBLES UP THE BUTTER
XVIII. MR. RABBIT FINDS HIS MATCH AT LAST
XIX. THE FATE OF MR. JACK SPARROW
XX. HOW MR. RABBIT SAVED HIS MEAT
XXI. MR. RABBIT MEETS HIS MATCH AGAIN
XXII. A STORY ABOUT THE LITTLE RABBITS
XXIII. MR. RABBIT AND MR. BEAR
XXIV. MR. BEAR CATCHES OLD MR. BULL-FROG
XXV. HOW MR. RABBIT LOST HIS FINE BUSHY TAIL
XXVI. MR. TERRAPIN SHOWS HIS STRENGTH
XXVII. WHY MR. POSSUM HAS NO HAIR ON HIS TAIL
XXVIII. THE END OF MR. BEAR
XXIX. MR. FOX GETS INTO SERIOUS BUSINESS
XXX. HOW MR. RABBIT SUCCEEDED IN RAISING A DUST
XXXI. A PLANTATION WITCH
XXXII. "JACKY-MY-LANTERN" *1
XXXIII. WHY THE NEGRO IS BLACK
XXXIV. THE SAD FATE OF MR. FOX

PLANTATION PROVERBS

HIS SONGS
I. REVIVAL HYMN
II. CAMP-MEETING SONG *
III. CORN-SHUCKING SONG
IV. THE PLOUGH-HANDS' SONG (JASPER COUNTY—1860.)
V. CHRISTMAS PLAY-SONG (MYRICK PLACE, PUTNAM COUNTY 1858.)
VI. PLANTATION PLAY-SONG (PUTNAM COUNTY—1856.)
VII. TRANSCRIPTIONS *1
1. A PLANTATION CHANT
2.A PLANTATION SERENADE
VIII. THE BIG BETHEL CHURCH
IX. TIME GOES BY TURNS

A STORY OF THE WAR

HIS SAYINGS
I. JEEMS ROBER'SON'S LAST ILLNESS
II. UNCLE REMUS'S CHURCH EXPERIENCE
III. UNCLE REMUS AND THE SAVANNAH DARKEY
IV. TURNIP SALAD AS A TEXT
V. A CONFESSION
VI. UNCLE REMUS WITH THE TOOTHACHE
VII. THE PHONOGRAPH
VIII. RACE IMPROVEMENT
IX. IN THE ROLE OF A TARTAR
X. A CASE OF MEASLES
XI. THE EMIGRANTS
XII. AS A MURDERER
XIII. HIS PRACTICAL VIEW OF THINGS
XIV. THAT DECEITFUL JUG
XV. THE FLORIDA WATERMELON
XVI. UNCLE REMUS PREACHES TO A CONVERT
XVII. AS TO EDUCATION
XVIII. A TEMPERANCE REFORMER
XIX. AS A WEATHER PROPHET
XX. THE OLD MAN'S TROUBLES
XXI. THE FOURTH OF JULY



UNCLE REMUS and BRER RABBIT
By Joel Chandler Harris



CONTENTS
BRER RABBIT’S FROLIC
BROTHER BEAR’S BIG HOUSE
BRER RABBIT TREATS THE CREETURS TO A RACE
BRER RABBIT’S FLYING TRIP
BRER RABBIT AND THE GOLD MINE
BRER RABBIT GETS BRER FOX A HOSS
BRER RABBIT FINDS THE MOON IN THE MILL POND
HOW MR. LION LOST HIS WOOL
HOW BRER RABBIT GOT A HOUSE
BRER RABBIT AND THE PARTRIDGE NEST



NIGHTS WITH UNCLE REMUS
By Joel Chandler Harris
With Illustrations By Milo Winter
CONTENTS
I. 	Mr. Fox and Miss Goose 	3
II. 	Brer Fox catches Mr. Horse 	7
III. 	Brer Rabbit and the Little Girl 	11
IV. 	Brer Fox copies Brer Rabbit 	14
V. 	Brer Rabbit's Astonishing Prank 	18
VI. 	Brer Rabbit secures a Mansion 	22
VII. 	Mr. Lion hunts for Mr. Man 	27
VIII. 	The Story of the Pigs 	31
IX. 	Mr. Benjamin Ram and his Wonderful Fiddle 	35
X. 	Brer Rabbit's Riddle 	41
XI. 	How Mr. Rooster lost his Dinner 	49
XII. 	Brer Rabbit breaks up a Party 	53
XIII. 	Brer Fox, Brer Rabbit, and King Deer's Daughter 	58
XIV. 	Brer Terrapin deceives Brer Buzzard 	62
XV. 	Brer Fox covets the Quills 	66
XVI. 	How Brer Fox failed to get his Grapes 	70
XVII. 	Brer Fox figures as an Incendiary 	75
XVIII. 	A Dream and a Story 	79
XIX. 	The Moon in the Mill-Pond 	83
XX. 	Brer Rabbit takes some Exercise 	89
XXI. 	Why Brer Bear has no Tail 	97
XXII. 	How Brer Rabbit frightened his Neighbors 	100
XXIII. 	Mr. Man has some Meat 	105
XXIV. 	How Brer Rabbit got the Meat 	108
[viii] XXV. 	African Jack 	112
XXVI. 	Why the Alligator's Back is Rough 	119
XXVII. 	Brer Wolf says Grace 	123
XXVIII. 	Spirits, Seen and Unseen 	129
XXIX. 	A Ghost Story 	134
XXX. 	Brer Rabbit and his Famous Foot 	141
XXXI. 	"In some Lady's Garden" 	149
XXXII. 	Brer 'Possum gets in Trouble 	156
XXXIII. 	Why the Guinea-fowls are speckled 	162
XXXIV. 	Brer Rabbit's Love-charm 	166
XXXV. 	Brer Rabbit submits to a Test 	170
XXXVI. 	Brer Wolf falls a Victim 	174
XXXVII. 	Brer Rabbit and the Mosquitoes 	179
XXXVIII. 	The Pimmerly Plum 	185
XXXIX. 	Brer Rabbit gets the Provisions 	195
XL. 	"Cutta Cord-La!" 	200
XLI. 	Aunt Tempy's Story 	204
XLII. 	The Fire-Test 	209
XLIII. 	The Cunning Snake 	214
XLIV. 	How Brer Fox was too Smart 	218
XLV. 	Brer Wolf gets in a Warm Place 	225
XLVI. 	Brer Wolf still in Trouble 	229
XLVII. 	Brer Rabbit lays in his Beef Supply 	234
XLVIII. 	Brer Rabbit and Mr. Wildcat 	238
XLIX. 	Mr. Benjamin Ram defends Himself 	245
L. 	Brer Rabbit pretends to be Poisoned 	249
LI. 	More Trouble for Brer Wolf 	253
LII. 	Brer Rabbit outdoes Mr. Man 	256
LIII. 	Brer Rabbit takes a Walk 	260
[ix]LIV. 	Old Grinny-Granny Wolf 	263
LV. 	How Wattle Weasel was Caught 	267
LVI. 	Brer Rabbit ties Mr. Lion 	272
LVII. 	Mr. Lion's Sad Predicament 	276
LVIII. 	The Origin of the Ocean 	279
LIX. 	Brer Rabbit gets Brer Fox's Dinner 	283
LX. 	How the Bear nursed the Little Alligators 	291
LXI. 	Why Mr. Dog runs Brer Rabbit 	295
LXII. 	Brer Wolf and the Horned Cattle 	298
LXIII. 	Brer Fox and the White Muscadines 	302
LXIV. 	Mr. Hawk and Brer Buzzard 	306
LXV. 	Mr. Hawk and Brer Rabbit 	309
LXVI. 	The Wise Bird and the Foolish Bird 	312
LXVII. 	Old Brer Terrapin gets some Fish 	315
LXVIII. 	Brer Fox makes a Narrow Escape 	318
LXIX. 	Brer Fox's Fish Trap 	321
LXX. 	Brer Rabbit rescues Brer Terrapin 	325
LXXI. 	The Night before Christmas 	333
ILLUSTRATIONS
Uncle Remus and the Little Boy 	Frontispiece
"He to' down a whole panel er fence gittin' 'way fum dar" 	20
"Brer Rabbit turnt 'er aloose, en down she come—ker-swosh!" 	44
"'Brer Tarrypin, please lemme go!'" 	68
"'Ah-yi! You oughter ax me dat fus', Brer Coon'" 	92
"Brer Rabbit fotch a wiggle, he did, en lit on he foots" 	128
"'Ef you git any mo' sense, Son Riley, you'll be de ruination ev de whole settlement'" 	174
"De little Rabs, dey promise dat dey won't open de do' fer nobody" 	212
"En, bless gracious! dem ar creeturs racked off fum dar en lef' ole Brer Wolf und' dat ar rock" 	232
"He sorter hunch Brer Possum in de short ribs, en ax 'im how he come on" 	268
"'I dunner w'en I bin so sorry 'bout anything ez I is 'bout Brer Fox nice long tail'" 	286
"He git de finest mess er fish you mos' ever laid yo' eyes on" 	324



NIGHTS WITH UNCLE REMUS
Myths And Legends Of The Old Plantation
By Joel Chandler Harris
With Illustrations
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 	PAGE
I. 	Mr. Fox and Miss Goose 	3
II. 	Brother Fox catches Mr. Horse 	8
III. 	Brother Rabbit and the Little Girl 	12
IV. 	How Brother Fox was too Smart 	17
V. 	Brother Rabbit's Astonishing Prank 	21
VI. 	Brother Rabbit secures a Mansion 	26
VII. 	Mr. Lion hunts for Mr. Man 	33
VIII. 	The Story of the Pigs 	38
IX. 	Mr. Benjamin Ram and his Wonderful Fiddle 	44
X. 	Brother Rabbit's Riddle 	51
XI. 	How Mr. Rooster lost his Dinner 	56
XII. 	Brother Rabbit breaks up a Party 	61
XIII. 	Brother Fox, Brer Rabbit, and King Deer's Daughter 	68
XIV. 	Brother Terrapin deceives Brother Buzzard 	74
XV. 	Brother Fox covets the Quills 	79
XVI. 	How Brother Fox failed to get his Grapes 	83
XVII. 	Brother Fox figures as an Incendiary 	90
XVIII. 	A Dream and a Story 	95
XIX. 	The Moon in the Mill-Pond 	100
XX. 	Brother Rabbit takes some Exercise 	108
XXI. 	Why Brother Bear has no Tail 	113
XXII. 	How Brother Rabbit frightened his Neighbors 	118
XXIII. 	Mr. Man has some Meat 	123
XXIV. 	How Brother Rabbit got the Meat 	128
XXV. 	African Jack 	132
XXVI. 	Why the Alligator's Back is Rough 	141
XXVII. 	Brother Wolf says Grace 	146
XXVIII. 	Spirits, Seen and Unseen 	154
XXIX. 	A Ghost Story 	161
XXX. 	Brother Rabbit and his Famous Foot 	166
XXXI. 	""In some Lady's Garden"" 	177
XXXII. 	Brother 'Possum gets in Trouble 	185
XXXIII. 	Why the Guinea-fowls are Speckled 	193
XXXIV. 	Brother Rabbit's Love-charm 	198
XXXV. 	Brother Rabbit submits to a Test 	203
XXXVI. 	Brother Wolf falls a Victim 	208
XXXVII. 	Brother Rabbit and the Mosquitoes 	214
XXXVIII. 	The Pimmerly Plum 	223
XXXIX. 	Brer Rabbit gets the Provisions 	230
XL. 	""Cutta Cord-La"!" 	236
XLI. 	Aunt Tempy's Story 	241
[vi] XLII. 	The Fire-Test 	248
XLIII. 	The Cunning Snake 	255
XLIV. 	How Brother Fox was too Smart 	260
XLV. 	Brother Wolf gets in a Warm Place 	268
XLVI. 	Brother Wolf still in Trouble 	274
XLVII. 	Brer Rabbit lays in his Beef Supply 	280
XLVIII. 	Brother Rabbit and Mr. Wildcat 	286
XLIX. 	Mr. Benjamin Ram Defends Himself 	291
[vii] L. 	Brother Rabbit pretends to be Poisoned 	297
LI. 	More Trouble for Brother Wolf 	302
LII. 	Brother Rabbit outdoes Mr. Man 	306
LIII. 	Brother Rabbit takes a Walk 	311
LIV. 	Old Grinny-Granny Wolf 	314
LV. 	How Wattle Weasel was Caught 	319
LVI. 	Brother Rabbit ties Mr. Lion 	325
LVII. 	Mr. Lion's Sad Predicament 	330
LVIII. 	The Origin of the Ocean 	334
LIX. 	Brother Rabbit gets Brother Fox's Dinner 	339
LX. 	How the Bear nursed the Little Alligators 	344
LXI. 	Why Mr. Dog runs Brother Rabbit 	349
LXII. 	Brother Wolf and the Horned Cattle 	353
LXIII. 	Brother Fox and the White Muscadines 	357
LXIV. 	Mr. Hawk and Brother Buzzard 	362
LXV. 	Mr. Hawk and Brother Rabbit 	366
LXVI. 	The Wise Bird and the Foolish Bird 	370
LXVII. 	Old Brother Terrapin gets some Fish 	373
LXVIII. 	Brother Fox makes a Narrow Escape 	377
LXIX. 	Brother Fox's Fish Trap 	381
LXX. 	Brother Rabbit rescues Brother Terrapin 	386
LXXI. 	The Night before Christmas 	[viii]396


LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
FACE PAGE
Miss Meadows and Brother Rabbit 	Frontispiece
Mr. Fox and Miss Goose" 	4
Brother Rabbit and the Little Girl 	14
Brother Rabbit's Astonishing Prank 	24
Mr. Benjamin Ram and his Wonderful Fiddle" 	46
Brother Fox, Brother Rabbit, and King Deer's Daughter" 	70
Brother Fox covets the Quills" 	82
A Dream and a Story" 	96
Brother Rabbit takes some Exercise" 	110
"Why Brother Bear has no Tail" 	116
"Why the Alligator's Back is Rough" 	144
"Brother Wolf says Grace" 	152
Why the Guinea Fowls are Speckled 	196
Brother Rabbit and the Mosquitoes" 	216
The Pimmerly Plum" 	228
Brother Rabbit gets the Provisions" 	234
Brother Wolf still in Trouble" 	278
Brother Rabbit and Mr. Wildcat" 	288
"Brother Rabbit ties Mr. Lion" 	328
"How the Bear nursed the Little Alligator" 	344
"Good-Night" 	[x]404



TOLD BY UNCLE REMUS
New Stories of the Old Plantation
By Joel Chandler Harris
CONTENTS
		PAGE
	The Reason Why 	3
I 	Why Mr. Cricket has Elbows on his Legs 	19
II 	How Wiley Wolf Rode in the Bag 	37
III 	Brother Rabbit's Laughing-Place 	53
IV 	Brother Rabbit and the Chickens 	74
V 	Little Mister Cricket and the Other Creatures 	87
VI 	When Brother Rabbit was King 	101
VII 	How Old Craney-Crow Lost his Head 	126
VIII 	Brother Fox Follows the Fashion 	141
IX 	Why the Turkey-Buzzard is Bald-Headed 	153
X 	Brother Deer an' King Sun's Daughter 	172
XI 	Brother Rabbit's Cradle 	188
XII 	Brother Rabbit and Brother Bull-Frog 	205
XIII 	Why Mr. Dog is Tame 	230
XIV 	Brother Rabbit and the Gizzard Eater 	243
XV 	Brother Rabbit and Miss Nancy 	266
XVI 	The Hard-Headed Woman 	276
LIST OF FULL-PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS
"IS ANYBODY EVER HEAR DE BEAT ER DAT?" 	Frontispiece
	FACING PAGE
"So he holler down thoo de crack" 	34
"'Does you call dis good luck?'" 	36
"Dey sot dar . talkin' 'bout ol' times" 	44
"'Git 'im use ter de bag'" 	48
"'Den you come on home; yo' mammy want you'" 	50
"Went off home des ez gayly ez a colt in a barley patch" 	80
"'Brer Rabbit, whar you gwine?'" 	82
"Brer Fox, say, 'Gents, . I wanter tell you dat I'm de swiffes' one in dis bunch'" 	92
"Mr. Elephant went splungin' thoo de woods same ez a harrycane" 	96
"So his ol' 'oman went out ter de woodpile an' got de ax" 	150
"She dremp dat Brer Rabbit wuz laughin' at 'er" 	152
"Brer Deer went on fer ter tell Brer Rabbit" 	180
"De beau got ter flingin' his sass roun' Brer Rabbit" 	272
"De gal, she cry some, but dey went off an' got married" 	274
"Den he shuck a gourd-vine over de pot" 	286
"De ax, it clum back on top er de woodpile an' fell off on t'er side" 	290
"Den she lit out atter de pot like she was runnin' a foot-race" 	292



MINGO
And Other Sketches In Black And White
By Joel Chandler Harris "UNCLE REMUS"
CONTENTS
MINGO: A SKETCH OF LIFE IN MIDDLE GEORGIA
AT TEAGUE POTEET'S: A SKETCH OF THE HOG MOUNTAIN RANGE
A PIECE OF LAND
BLUE DAVE



LITTLE MR. THIMBLEFINGER AND HIS QUEER COUNTRY
What the Children Saw and Heard There
By Joel Chandler Harris
Illustrated By Oliver Herford
CONTENTS
  	  	PAGE
I. 	The Grandmother of the Dolls 	5
II. 	Mr. Thimblefinger’s Queer Country 	17
III. 	Mr. Thimblefinger’s Friends 	33
IV. 	Two Queer Stories 	47
V. 	The Talking-Saddle 	61
VI. 	The Talking-Saddle and the Thief 	73
VII. 	The Ladder of Lions 	86
VIII. 	Brother Terrapin’s Fiddle-String 	101
IX. 	The Looking-Glass Children 	110
X. 	Mr. Rabbit as a Rain-Maker 	121
XI. 	How Brother Bear’s Hair was combed 	131
XII. 	A Singing-Match 	139
XIII. 	The Strawberry-Girl 	147
XIV. 	The Witch of the Well 	155
XV. 	The Bewitched Huntsman 	165
XVI. 	The Three Ivory Bobbins 	175
XVII. 	“Keen-Point,” “Cob-Handle,” and “Butch” 	185
XVIII. 	Mrs. Meadows resumes her Story 	195
XIX. 	A Story of the River 	215
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  	PAGE
Mr. Rabbit fell kerthump (Page 41) 	Frontispiece
Rag-Tag rolling out of the Corner 	10
The Grandmother of the Dolls and the big Black Cat 	14
Sweetest Susan waking up 	18
Following Little Mr. Thimblefinger 	24
Mr. Rabbit and Mrs. Meadows 	36
Mr. Billy-Goat and Mr. Wolf 	52
My Mother washing the Old Man’s Coat and Waistcoat 	56
Drusilla waiting on Mr. Rabbit 	62
Tip-Top and the Mayor 	68
The Mayor pardoning the Thief 	82
Chickamy Crany Crow and Tickle-My-Toes 	84
Mr. Rabbit bandaging Brother Lion’s Paw 	92
The Ladder of Lions 	98
Mr. Rabbit fiddling for Brother Terrapin 	104
Brother Terrapin tumbling into the Creek 	108
Sweetest Susan, meeting her Reflection 	110
They all plunged into the Looking-Glass 	118
Mr. Rabbit saying nothing 	124
Brother Bear arguing the Rain Question 	128
Mrs. Bear hanging out Clothes 	134
Little Mr. Thimblefinger 	140
The Singing-Match 	144
Granny Grim-Eye finds a Beautiful Little Girl asleep 	148[Pg viii]
The Little Old Man discovers the Strawberry-Girl 	150
The Golden-Haired, Beautiful Little Girl 	164
The Little Old Man, Three Wits, and the Stag 	174
The Stag and the Witch 	180
The Little Girl and the Old Man 	192
Valentine slaying the Spider 	210
Valentine talking to the River 	220
Buster John shaking Hands with Mr. Rabbit 	228



A LITTLE UNION SCOUT
By Joel Chandler Harris
Illustrated by George Gibbs
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
I drank in the melody with a new sense of its wild and melancholy beauty 	Frontispiece
  	Facing page
"He's tryin' to git away!" yelled Forrest in a voice that could be heard all over the field 	10
"I want you to catch this fellow and fetch him to me" 	38
Whistling Jim ran into him head down like a bull 	64
I was wild with remorse and grief 	96
"If hate could kill you, you would fall dead from this horse" 	110
The leader ... had an evil-looking eye 	138
He had me covered 	156



STORIES OF GEORGIA
By Joel Chandler Harris



CONTENTS
PREFACE.
STORIES OF GEORGIA.
A SEARCH FOR TREASURE.
OGLETHORPE AND HIS GENTLE COLONY
THE EMPRESS OF GEORGIA
THE LIBERTY BOYS.
A GROUP OF CHARACTERS
AUNT NANCY HART.
TWO SOLDIERS OF THE REVOLUTION.
A WAR OF EXTERMINATION.
A NEGRO PATRIOT.
THE YAZOO FRAUD
GEORGE MATTHEWS AND JOHN CLARKE.
AFTER THE REVOLUTION.
THE COTTON GIN.
SOME GEORGIA INVENTIONS.
THE EARLY PROGRESS OF THE STATE.
THE CREEKS AND THE CREEK WAR
TWO FAMOUS INDIAN CHIEFS.
REMOVAL OF THE CHEROKEES.
THE BEGINNING OF PARTIES IN GEORGIA.
A QUEER CASE.
GEORGIA WIT AND HUMOR.
SLAVERY AND SECESSION.
THE FARMER BOY OF GADDISTOWN.
GEORGIA IN THE WAR.
A DARING ADVENTURE.
THE RECONSTRUCTION PERIOD.
"THE NEW SOUTH"
ILLUSTRATIONS
De Soto
Indian Queen
Oglethorpe
Mary Musgrove
Empress Mary
The Liberty Boys
Tondee's Tavern
Seisure of Ammunition in Savannah
The Head of Robert Sallette
Mcgirth and his Mare
Captain Rory Mcintosh
Aunt Nancy Hart
Aunt Nancy Captures the Tories
General James Jackson
Elijah Clarke
A War of Extermination
Old Man Whipped at the Tail of a Cart
A Negro Patriot
The Yazoo Scheme
Rope to Hang Musgrove
George Matthews and John Clarke
After the Revolution
Early Cultivation of Cotton
Whitney and his Cotton Gin
William Longstreet and his Steamboat
Laughing Gas
Early Progress of the State
British Impressement of Americans
The Creek War
Major Adams Scouting and Indian Camp
Mcgillavray Joins the Indians
Indian Attack
General Clarke Whips Judge Tait
A Queer Case
The Bunkley Trial
Judge Dooly
The Roast Pig
Georgia Politics
Joe Brown and his Steers
Georgia in the War
The Salt Famine
Capture of the Locomotive
Tearing up the Rails
The Negroes Freed
Streetcar in the South



FREE JOE
And Other Georgian Sketches
By Joel Chandler Harris
ILLUSTRATED



CONTENTS
  	PAGE
Free Joe 	3
Little Compton 	30
Aunt Fountain's Prisoner         	98
Trouble on Lost Mountain 	133
Azalia 	183



GABRIEL TOLLIVER
A Story of Reconstruction
By Joel Chandler Harris



CONTENTS
Prelude
CHAPTER ONE Kettledrum and Fife
CHAPTER TWO A Town with a History
CHAPTER THREE The Return of Two Warriors
CHAPTER FOUR Mr. Goodlett's Passengers
CHAPTER FIVE The Story of Margaret Gaither
CHAPTER SIX The Passing of Margaret
CHAPTER SEVEN Silas Tomlin Goes A-Calling
CHAPTER EIGHT The Political Machine Begins Its Work
CHAPTER NINE Nan and Gabriel
CHAPTER TEN The Troubles of Nan
CHAPTER ELEVEN Mr. Sanders in His Cups
CHAPTER TWELVE Caught in a Corner
CHAPTER THIRTEEN The Union League Organises
CHAPTER FOURTEEN Nan and Her Young Lady Friends
CHAPTER FIFTEEN Silas Tomlin Scents Trouble
CHAPTER SIXTEEN Silas Tomlin Finds Trouble
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN Rhody Has Something to Say
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN The Knights of the White Camellia
CHAPTER NINETEEN Major Tomlin Perdue Arrives
CHAPTER TWENTY Gabriel at the Big Poplar
CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE Bridalbin Follows Gabriel
CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO The Fate of Mr. Hotchkiss
CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE Mr. Sanders Searches for Evidence
CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR Captain Falconer Makes Suggestions
CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE Mr. Sanders's Riddle
CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX Cephas Has His Troubles
CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN Mr. Sanders Visits Some of His Old Friends
CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT Nan and Margaret
CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE Bridalbin Finds His Daughter
CHAPTER THIRTY Miss Polly Has Some News
CHAPTER THIRTY-ONE Mr. Sanders Receives a Message
CHAPTER THIRTY-TWO Malvern Has a Holiday
CHAPTER THIRTY-THREE Gabriel as an Orator
CHAPTER THIRTY-FOUR Nan Surrenders



THE BISHOP AND THE BOOGERMAN
Being The Story Of A Little Truly-Girl, Who Grew Up
By Joel Chandler Harris
Drawings by Charlotte Harding



CONTENTS
PART I
PART II
PART III
PART IV
PART V
By JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
ILLUSTRATIONS
"They paused—then she pointed to the darkest corner"
"It seemed to Adelaide that it held a whole bushel of fried chicken and biscuits"
"The child stared at her uncle so seriously that he was actually embarrassed"
"Old Jonas would listen by her bedside to convince himself that she was really breathing"
"They began to creep forward, making as little noise as possible"
"'You are pouting,' she said, 'or you'd never be sitting in this room where nobody ever comes'"
"'That's why you see these shoes lookin' like they're spang new'"
"Mr. Sanders went from the courthouse with a sweeping stride"



ON THE PLANTATION
A Story Of A Georgia Boy’s Adventures During The War
By Joel Chandler Harris
Twenty-Three Illustrations By E. W. Kemble



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I 	JOE MAXWELL MAKES A START
CHAPTER II 	A PLANTATION NEWSPAPER
CHAPTER III 	TRACKING A RUNAWAY
CHAPTER IV 	SHADOWS OF THE WAR
CHAPTER V 	MR. WALL’S STORY
CHAPTER VI 	THE OWL AND THE BIRDS
CHAPTER VII 	OLD ZIP COON
CHAPTER VIII 	SOMETHING ABOUT “SANDY-CLAUS”
CHAPTER IX 	DESERTERS AND RUNAWAYS
CHAPTER X 	THE STORY-TELLERS
CHAPTER XI 	THE RELIEF COMMITTEE
CHAPTER XII 	A GEORGIA FOX-HUNT
CHAPTER XIII 	A NIGHT’S ADVENTURES
CHAPTER XIV 	THE CURTAIN FALLS



AARON IN THE WILDWOODS
By Joel Chandler Harris



CONTENTS
CHAPTER 	  	Page
  	Prelude 	1
I. 	The Little Master 	23
II. 	The Secrets of the Swamp 	38
III. 	What Chunky Riley saw and heard 	56
IV. 	Between Midnight and Dawn 	74
V. 	The Hunt begins 	92
VI. 	The Hunt ends 	111
VII. 	Aaron sees the Signal 	129
VIII. 	The Happenings of a Night 	148
IX. 	The Upsetting of Mr. Gossett 	166
X. 	Chunky Riley sees a Queer Sight 	185
XI. 	The Problem that Timoleon presented 	202
XII. 	What the Patrollers saw and heard 	219
XIII. 	The Apparition the Fox Hunters saw 	237
XIV. 	The Little Master says Good Night 	253
ILLUSTRATIONS
  	Page
Mr. Coon insisted on gadding about 	Frontispiece.
It was a Swamp 	8
That's Randall's Song 	32
Mr. Red Fox meets Mr. Gray Fox 	40
A-straddle of the Grunter's Back 	48
The Horses were right at his Heels 	72
The Goblin Pain 	76
The Spring of Cool Refreshing Water 	80
Brindle and Aaron 	104
In the Swamp 	124
Rambler's Fight with the Moccasin 	132
He stood as still as a Statue 	144
It was the White-Haired Master 	160
They tore him all to Flinders 	172
The Excited Horse plunged along 	180
He edged away as far as he could 	188
Aaron and Little Crotchet 	212
Behind a Tree stood George Gossett 	216
The Black Stallion 	224
It was fine for Mr. Fox 	238
The Phantom Horseman 	242
Aaron and Timoleon 	250
Big Sal holds the Little Master 	262
The Death of the Little Master 	268



BALAAM AND HIS MASTER
AND OTHER SKETCHES AND STORIES
By Joel Chandler Harris



CONTENTS.
	PAGE
Balaam and His Master 	7
A Conscript's Christmas 	45
Ananias 	112
Where's Duncan? 	149
Mom Bi 	170
The Old Bascom Place 	192





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