About Uncle Seth
Part 1. Why Do the Yankees Hate Us?
Part 6. Uncle Seth’s Reply to Self-Hating, Yankee-Educated Southerners
Part 9. Louis Napoleon Nelson–Black Confederate and Loyal Friend
Part 20. Humanity in the Midst of Hell
Part 29. The Confederate Flag–Brave Men Carried It and Died Defending It
Part 33. He Fought for the South and He Had No Slaves
Part 42. Early Southern Anti-Slavery
Part 49. Rape and Murder–Yankee Treatment of Southern Civilians
Part 61. But The War Is Over!
Part 69. Did the South Intentionally Mistreat Yankee Prisoners of War?
Part 77. Yankee Torch Applied to Southern Homes
Part 83. Yankee Invaders Hang Seventeen-Year Old Arkansas Boy
Part 89. Yankee Materialism: The Root Cause of the War
Part 96. Reconstruction–Southerners Become Slaves of the Federal Empire
Part 105. The Confederate Soldier’s Only Regret
Kennedy uses the “everyman” character of Uncle Seth to represent the courageous and rugged individualists who combined the best of the Scotch-Irish, German, and other fiercely independent peoples who found refuge in the South because of racial or religious persecution. Uncle Seth’s stories focus on the Southern determination to be left alone by the federal government and their strong commitment to community, God, and family. The atrocities he chronicles as part of his tales to the youngsters around him provide an insight into the horrors of subjugation and anti-Christian behaviors of Northern invaders while giving a hint at what the future might hold if individuals do not fight for their rights and freedoms.