Hattiesburg in Southern VictoryEdit
United States troops did not get into Hattiesburg until the end of the Second Great War. Consequently, the fact that the Confederate States had been defeated was difficult for most of its residents to accept.
Jonathan Moss stopped in Hattiesburg for a one hour layover on this train ride to the Republic of Texas. He witnessed a confrontation between newly-arrived U.S. troops and Confederate troops who were initially defiant. When the U.S. troops raised their weapons, and viciously beat the most vocally defiant Confederate, the others backed down.