Tales of the Congaree

By Edward C. L. Adams; Robert G. O'Meally | Go to book overview
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Foreword / 109
Evil Sperrits / 113
The Swamps / 115
The Lonesome Hunter / 118
The King Buzzard / 120
An Escaped Convict / 122
Goose Pond / 124
Bannister Bridge / 126
Big Annie / 133
A Yellow Bastard / 135
Joe / 137
A Prison / 140
The Hawk and the Rooster / 142
Mensa / 144
Magic / 146
Jazy / 147
The Turkey Hunt / 149
Old Lady Beck / 151
Red / 153
Just One Time to Die / 155
Becky / 156
The Savage / 157
Ruint / 159
Edecation / 160
Darlay / 162
Brass Ankles / 163
A Peacemaker / 165
The Death of a Turkey Hunter / 166
Lula / 168
Old Man Jim Kinkade / 169
The Water Hole / 170
Pick / 172
Sweet Chile / 173
Drug Up / 176
Tough / 177
Thirteen Years / 181
The Telephone Call / 184
A Damn Nigger / 186
The Lynchers / 189
A Bottle of Liquor / 192
Old Mammy / 194
A Good Looking Man / 197
Three Doctors / 198
A Fisherman / 200
Land Rent / 201
Loyalty / 203
They Oughter Had a Sign on It / 205
How to Kill an Owl / 207
The Ventriloquist / 208


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