Humor of the Old Deep South

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  • Title Page iii
  • Misslouala - (1540-1840) v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter I- Prologue- Scene; Props; Antecedents 26
  • Chapter II- Indians in Misslouala 79
  • Chapter III- Hunters and Fishermen 98
  • Chapter IV- Doctors 126
  • Chapter V- Lawyers, Judges, and Catchpolls 151
  • Chapter VI- Politicians 171
  • Chapter VII- Preachers 212
  • Chapter VIII- Players and Showmen 242
  • Chapter IX- Barkeepers and Bonifaces 277
  • Chapter X- Broadhorn Boys and Steamboat Bullies 289
  • Chapter XI- Captains, Colonels, and Privates 315
  • Chapter XII- Pirates and Picaroons 336
  • Chapter XIII- Schoolmasters and Collegians 385
  • Chapter XIV- Duelists 409
  • Chapter XV- Ha''Nts 432
  • Chapter XVI- Greenhorns 451
  • Chapter XVII- The Ladies -- God Bless ''Em! 467
  • Chapter XVIII- Darkies 488
  • Chapter XIX- The Fourth Estate 505
  • Chapter XX- Motley''s the Wear 516
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