Arthur J. Fremantle

For a TEI/XML version of Three Months in the Southern States, see Perseus edition.

An English traveler in Texas during the Civil War, who noticed Refugeed Slaves being brought into the state. Key line from near Monroe, May 10, is that “the road to-day was alive with negroes”:

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See also pages 79 to 80 and 84.

Publisher for Google Books edition: Three Months in the Southern States (Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1863).