PORTRAITS OF CONFLICT: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY OF TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR

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By Carl Moneyhon and Bobby Roberts. Published by the University of Arkansas Press, Fayetteville, AK, 1998. 398 pp, ills. Burgundy glazed cloth, 11.25 x 9”, with gilt cover & spine lettering. As new, in protected mint dust jacket. Excellent photos, excellent text. Scarce.

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