By Robert Wooster,Ralph Wooster
Tens of millions of Texans joined army devices, and scarcely a loved ones within the nation was once unaffected as moms and better halves assumed new roles in coping with farms and plantations. nonetheless others grappled with the big social, political, and monetary alterations wrought by way of the bloodiest clash in American history.
The 16 essays (eleven of them new) from the various top historians within the box within the moment variation of Lone megastar Blue and Gray illustrate the wealthy traditions and carrying on with energy of Texas Civil struggle scholarship.
in addition to those articles, editors Ralph A. and Robert Wooster supply a succinct advent to the warfare and Texas and instructed readings for these looking extra investigations of just about each element of the conflict as skilled within the Lone superstar State.
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Lone Star Blue and Gray: Essays on Texas and the Civil War by Robert Wooster,Ralph Wooster