Carolina Christmas: Archibald Rutledge's Enduring Holiday Stories

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • A Note on Selection xiii
  • Introduction xv
  • I - Christmas in Dixie 1
  • Christmas with My Colonel 7
  • Christmas Eve on the Plantation 12
  • Christmas Eve on Wicklow 15
  • A Plantation Christmas 23
  • Christmas in the Castle 31
  • Prince Alston 37
  • A Wildwood Christmas 46
  • December Doings 61
  • Plantation Christmases 64
  • II - A Natural Christmas 71
  • My Christmas Birds and Trees 75
  • Birds of the Southern Winter 78
  • My Winter Woods 86
  • Woodcock in the Snow 92
  • A Winter Home for Wildfowl 93
  • III - The Hampton Hunt Whitetail Tales 99
  • A Hunt with the Oakland Pack 103
  • Steve’s Masterpiece 108
  • The Lady in Green 114
  • That Christmas Eve Stag 121
  • That Christmas Buck 127
  • All of a Christmas Morning 133
  • A Christmas Hunt 139
  • Blue’s Buck 145
  • The Gray Stag of Bowman’s Bank 150
  • The Surprise of My Life 155
  • The Case of the Elmwood Buck 159
  • Hunter Come Home 164
  • IV - The Hampton Hunt Other Game 171
  • A Unique Quail Hunt 173
  • Fireworks in the Peafield Corner 175
  • Joel’s Christmas Turkey 180
  • Miss Seduction Struts Her Stuff 186
  • My Hunterman 190
  • V - Christmas Verse 195
  • Christmas Eve on the Rapidan (1863) 199
  • Christmas Song 200
  • VI - Feasting at Hampton the Culinary Aspects of a Low Country Christmas 203
  • Drinks and Cordials 207
  • Starters 209
  • Side Dishes 211
  • Breads 213
  • Desserts 221
  • About the Editor 227
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