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" grew more bitter against the Union men and declared, by meeting and passing resolutions, that every Union man should show his colors in favor of the South or be hung as high as Hamen. "
A History of Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas: Being an Account of ... - Page 46
by William Monks - 1907 - 247 pages
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Stranger and a Sojourner:passage Peter Caulder, Free Black Frontier Arkansas (c)

Billy D. Higgins
...officials who now held the power of civil law. Pro-Confederate organizations passed resolutions proclaiming that "every Union man should show his colors in favor of the South or be hung as high as Hamen." 19 Conscription into the Confederate army or arrest and sentencing to jail were but two of the milder...
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Stranger and a Sojourner:passage Peter Caulder, Free Black Frontier Arkansas (c)

Billy D. Higgins
...officials who now held the power of civil law. Pro-Confederate organizations passed resolutions proclaiming that "every Union man should show his colors in favor of the South or be hung as high as Hamen." 19 Conscription into the Confederate army or arrest and sentencing to jail were but two of the milder...
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