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Title: Lights And Shadows Of The South Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Volume 5. Author: Charles M.
Skinner Release Date: October 22, 2006 [EBook #6610] Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF THE SOUTH *** Produced by David Widger MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF OUR OWN LAND By Charles M.
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5. LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF THE SOUTH CONTENTS: The Swim at Indian Head The Moaning Sisters A Ride for a Bride Spooks of the Hiawassee Lake of the Dismal Swamp The Barge of Defeat Natural Bridge The Silence Broken Siren of the French Broad The Hunter of Calawassee Revenge of the Accabee Toccoa Falls Two Lives for One A Ghostly Avenger The Wraith Ringer of Atlanta The Swallowing Earthquake The Last Stand of the Biloxi The Sacred Fire of Natchez Pass Christian The Under Land Tue Apr 04 21:29:03 2017 2 LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF THE SOUTH THE SWIM AT INDIAN HEAD At Indian Head, Maryland, are the government proving-grounds, where the racket of great guns and splintering of targets are a deterrent to the miscellaneous visitations of picnics.
Trouble has been frequently associated with this neighborhood, as it is now suggested in the noisy symbolry of war.
In prehistoric days it was the site of an aboriginal town, whose denizens were like other Indians in their love for fight and their willingness to shed blood.
Great was the joy of all these citizens when a scouting party came in, one day, bringing with them the daughter of one of their toughest old hunters and a young buck, from another faction, who had come a-courting; her in the neighboring shades. Capture m...





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