There is a fierce battle raging between the Union and Confederate soldiers outside of Nellie Morton's home, and when the Southern boys show signs of weakening, her Southern heart is stirred... See full summary »

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Charles K. French
Robert Edeson
Ann Little ...
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Richard Stanton
Walter Edwards
Enid Markey
Joe King
Herschel Mayall
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There is a fierce battle raging between the Union and Confederate soldiers outside of Nellie Morton's home, and when the Southern boys show signs of weakening, her Southern heart is stirred by the sight. Captain Blake of the Union forces, is wounded by a bursting shell, but he manages to crawl to the Morton lawn, where he falls exhausted. He is found by Nellie, who at first levels a pistol at his head, commanding him to move on. He painfully rises, and the suppressed look of pain, and the wound in his forehead have such an effect upon Nellie's heart that she brings him into the house, where he is nursed. With the setting sun a cessation of the hostilities between the two armies are brought, and the Confederate soldiers camp near the Morton home. The Confederate officers are seen approaching and Blake is told to hide upstairs. But the officers find the Yankee's coat and Nellie is forced to admit to having Blake in hiding. In the meantime, however, Blake, who has heard the conversation,... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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8 November 1912 (USA)  »

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