1 He had died ignominiously and swiftly of pneumonia, following measles, without ever having gotten any closer to the Yankees than the camp in South Carolina.
2 "He died in camp," said Scarlett flatly.
3 War romances, war weddings, deaths in hospitals and on the field, incidents of camp and battle and march, gallantry, cowardice, humor, sadness, deprivation and hope.
4 When, at last, they had neared Rough and Ready, a few camp fires were gleaming where the last of Steve Lee's rear guard was awaiting orders to fall back.
5 The soldiers mixed their ration of corn meal with water, and salt too when they could get it, wrapped the thick paste about their ramrods and roasted the mess over camp fires.
6 Now that Rene was home, he drove an old wagon to the Yankee camp every day and sold cakes and pies and beaten biscuits to the soldiers.
7 Mrs. Allison's son had died in a Northern prison camp and she, the poorest of the poor, was unable to bring his body home.
8 A convict camp ain't any place for a lady and if nobody else'll tell you so, Johnnie Gallegher's telling you now.
9 Johnnie Gallegher was standing in the doorway of the miserable shack that served as cook room for the little lumber camp.
10 There was something sinister about this camp with its ugly shacks, something which had not been here when Hugh Elsing had it.
11 She would have to cower at the seat of judgment and answer for that lie she told him coming back from the Yankee camp in his buggy.
12 I know very well that Johnnie Gallegher has killed at least one man at his camp.
13 Even when he acted like he was going to make me pay to get that money from him at the Yankee camp.
14 About this time she was farther cheered by an invitation to spend the Thanksgiving week at a camp in the Adirondacks.
15 The other guests were dispersing to take up the same existence in a different setting: some at Newport, some at Bar Harbour, some in the elaborate rusticity of an Adirondack camp.