These are true tales of life on a southern plantation during the Civil War. Creekside was a house in which a brigade of Union cavalry once headquartered, where a family slave hid the silver in the dead of night, and where spirits remain restless. Embellished with Civil War letters and official documents, Tales From a Civil War Plantation includes 60 photographs and colorful, anecdotal tales told in the words of the people who lived the events.
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Louisa Emmons lives with her husband and son at Creekside in Morganton, North Carolina. She is the fifth generation of direct descendants to reside there, and her son is the sixth generation. Ms. Emmons' writing interests include Civil War and Revolutionary War history, and she enjoys traveling with her family to explore the history of Savannah and New Orleans. Her educational background includes Master's Degrees in both Education and Library Science. She is a passionate reader of mystery anthologies, biographies, and American folklore. Please visit the author's website at www.louisasemmons.com.
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