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The 36th Infantry United States Colored Troops in the Civil War: A History ...

James K. Bryant, II - History - 2012 - 256 pages
"This volume explores the background of these former slaves and their families, examines their initial recruitment and chronicles their military contributions throughout the ...
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President Lincoln's Recruiter: General Lorenzo Thomas and the United States ...

Michael A. Eggleston - History - 2013 - 208 pages
Historians have often marginalized the effect of African American troops on the outcome of the Civil War. While many histories briefly mention the service of the blacks, few ...
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Women of the Civil War South: Personal Accounts from Diaries, Letters and ...

Marilyn Mayer Culpepper - History - 2003 - 275 pages
Presented here are excerpts from diaries and letters written by Southern women from different walks of life and areas of the country. Mary White, a fifteen-year-old girl ...
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The 2nd North Carolina Cavalry

Roger H. Harrell - History - 2004 - 464 pages
The Second North Carolina Cavalry fought its first major battle in its home state at New Bern on March 14, 1862, and narrowly escaped with its men and reputation intact. The ...
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The Confederates of Chappell Hill, Texas: Prosperity, Civil War and Decline

Stephen Chicoine - History - 260 pages
Texas was the South's frontier in the antebellum period. The vast new state represented the hope and future of many Southern cotton planters. As a result, Texas changed ...
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Mobile Bay and the Mobile Campaign: The Last Great Battles of the Civil War

Chester G. Hearn - History - 272 pages
In the Civil War, both sides understood that closing the South's ports would halt the introduction of war materiel to the industrially weak region. Though the North captured ...
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The Union Prison at Fort Delaware: A Perfect Hell on Earth

Brian Temple - History - 2003 - 175 pages
Located on Pea Patch Island at the entrance to the Delaware River, Fort Delaware was built to protect Wilmington and Philadelphia in case of an attack by sea. When the Civil ...
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J. Patton Anderson, Confederate General: A Biography

James W. Raab - History - 2004 - 210 pages
J. Patton Anderson was from Florida, the seceding state that was referred to as the "tadpole" of the Confederate states, but nevertheless he was one of the Confederacy's great ...
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