All Cut To Pieces And Gone To Hell": The Civil War, Race Relations, And The Battle Of Poison Spring
A compilation of six essays originally presented at a conference at the Old State House Museum in Little Rock. They deal with African American soldiers and their changing role in the war, the Camden Expedition, the battle of Honey Springs, and battles of Poison Spring and Jenkins Ferry.
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- Format: Hardcover
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Natl Book Network
- ISBN-13: 9780874837360
- ISBN: 0874837367
- Publication Year: 2003