Cover, Title Page, Copyright

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Contents

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p. vii

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Preface

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pp. ix-xiv

One fascinating area of Civil War historiography that remains sparsely studied is the elusive world of espionage. Compared with published works in other subject areas of the war, the number of...

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Acknowledgments

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pp. xv-xvi

Dr. Horton Taylor, a physician who resides in Ripley, Mississippi, and whose great-grandfather was Levi Naron’s brother, brought Naron’s memoir to our attention in the hope that we would like it enough...

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Biographical Sketch

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pp. 1-3

“Chickasaw” was born in Newton County, Georgia, and is of Scotch descent.1 He is about forty years of age, although he looks older. He is five feet nine inches in height, with a compact, muscular...

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Chickasaw, the Scout

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pp. 5-162

The following narrative was furnished the writer by the hero of the story.4 He is better known in the Union army by the name of Chickasaw, and thousands can testify to his deeds while serving in the capacity of scout...

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Conclusion

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pp. 163-165

I will take the liberty of expressing a few opinions respecting the winding up of this rebellion. My long acquaintance with the Southern people, and my knowledge of their dispositions, traits of...

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Naron after the War

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pp. 167-168

Levi H. Naron remained in Mississippi after the war and through Reconstruction, but he realized that animosity toward him from his neighbors would make his continued residence...

Appendix One: Testimonials Included in the Original Published Edition

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pp. 169-170

Appendix Two: Levi Naron’s Attempts to Obtain Benefits from the United States Government

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pp. 171-173

Index

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pp. 175-181