Rev. John Hill Aughey (1828-1911) was an American author. He was a Presbyterian minister working in Mississippi up to Secession of the Southern States. He was imprisoned and condemned to execution by the brutal officials of the South for his outspoken anti-Secession and pro-Union beliefs. He made a miraculous escape, to report the details of his ordeal in what was to become a highly praised and popular autobiography. Amongst his works are The Iron Furnace; or, Slavery and Secession (1863) and Tupelo (1905).
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