Ambrose Bierce's Civil War

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Introduction iii
  • Contents xiii
  • War Memoirs 1
  • On a Mountain 3
  • What I Saw of Shiloh 10
  • A Little of Chickamauga 32
  • The Crime at Pickett's Mill 38
  • Four Days in Dixie 50
  • What Occurred at Franklin 62
  • A Bivouac of the Dead 71
  • War Stories 75
  • A Horseman in the Sky 77
  • An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge 86
  • Chickamauga 99
  • A Son of the Gods 108
  • One of the Missing 117
  • Killed at Resaca 133
  • The Affair at Coulter's Notch 142
  • The Coup De Grâce 154
  • Parker Adderson, Philosopher 162
  • An Affair of Outposts 171
  • The Story of a Conscience 184
  • One Kind of Officer 193
  • One Officer, One Man 206
  • George Thurston 214
  • The Mocking-Bird 220
  • Three and One Are One 228
  • A Baffled Ambuscade 232
  • Two Military Executions 235
  • A Resumed Identity 239
  • Jupiter Doke, Brigadier-General 247
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