Ozark Blood: Kin and Kind in the Civil War (Google eBook)

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AuthorHouse, Jul 30, 2010 - History
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Civil war buff, family historians and those attempting to understand the psychology of war will find this work of interest. It contains 252 pages including index, bibliography and references.
  

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Contents

WILSONS CREEK
21
PEA RIDGE
35
LIFELINES
49
PRAIRIE GROVE
71
MISSISSIPPI
89
FIGHT FOR RIVER LIFELINE
107
PRISON DEATH
129
ANARCHY
149
WAR ON THE FRONTIER
171
THE LONG MARCH
195
EPILOGUE
223
Index
237
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About the author (2010)

The author, Fred Berry, was raised in the deep Ozark hills of Madison County, Arkansas. His lifetime interest in the tragedy of our Civil War was sparked by the environment of his youth, where the war was still very real in the mid-twentieth century.Berry lists a total of twenty seven years active and reserve military duty in the U.S. Air Force and Army. He has completed numerous military schools including Air Command and Staff. He was an Air Commando during the Vietnam War and retired as an advisor To The Civil Air Patrol. His previous works include Counter Insurgency: Kennedy's War in Vietnam and Holy Man, Holy War. He holds a BA in Economics from the University of Arkansas and a MA in Historical Studies from the University of Houston ndash; Clear Lake.

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