The Civil War guerrilla : unfolding the black flag in history, memory, and myth /
Lexington, Kentucky :
University Press of Kentucky,
|Series:||New directions in southern history.
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction / Joseph M. Beilein Jr. and Matthew C. Hulbert
- The hard-line war: the ideological basis of irregular warfare in the western border states / Christopher Phillips
- Controlled chaos: spatiotemporal patterns within Missouri's irregular Civil War / Andrew William Fialka
- Violence, conflict, and loyalty in the Carolina piedmont: a comparative perspective / David Brown and Patrick J. Doyle
- Indians make the best guerrillas: Native Americans and the war for the desert southwest, 1861-1862 / Megan Kate Nelson
- The business of guerrilla memory: selling massacres and the captivity narrative of Sergeant Thomas M. Goodman / Matthew C. Hulbert
- Tales of race, romance, and irregular warfare: guerrillas fictionalized, 1862-1866 / John C. Inscoe
- In search of Manse Jolly: mythology and the facts in the hunt for a post-Civil War guerrilla / Rod Andrew Jr.
- "Nothing but truth is history": William E. Connelley, William H. Gregg, and the pillaging of guerrilla history / Joseph M. Beilein Jr.