The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 99, July 1995 - April, 1996 Page: 543
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LONE STAR BLUE AND GRAY:
ESSAYS ON TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR
Edited and with an introduction by Ralph A. Wooster
From the bitter struggles over secession to the surrender at Appomattox,
Texas and Texans were caught up in the enormous political, economic, and
military conflicts of the Civil War. In this collection of sixteen essays from
the Southwestern Historical Quarterly and other leading scholarly journals, the
authors take the reader through some of the most important aspects of the
Civil War as experienced in the Lone Star State.
The book includes:
a Walter Buenger, "Texas and the Riddle of Secession"
* Jeanne T. Heidler, "'Embarrassing Situation': David E. Twiggs and the
Surrender of United States Forces in Texas, 1861"
* Ralph A. Wooster and Robert Wooster, "'Rarin' for a Fight': Texans in
the Confederate Army"
* Claude Elliott, "Union Sentiment in Texas, 1861-1865"
a Frank Smyrl, "Texans in the Union Army,
* Martin Hardwick Hall, "The Formation of Sibley's
Brigade and the March to New Mexico"
* Alwyn Barr, "Texas Coastal Defense, 1861-1865"
a Andrew Forest Muir, "Dick Dowling and the
Battle of Sabine Pass"
a Ron Tyler, "Cotton on the Border, 1861-1865"
* Frank Vandiver, "Texas and the Confederate
Army's Meat Problem"
r James Marten, "Slaves and Rebels: The Peculiar
Institution in Texas, 1861-1865"
a Anne J. Bailey, "A Texas Cavalry Raid: Reaction to Black Soldiers and
* David P. Smith, "Conscription and Conflict on the Texas Frontier,
* Fredericka Meiners, "Hamilton P. Bee in the Red River Campaign of
a Stephen B. Oates, 'John S. 'Rip' Ford: Prudent Cavalryman, C.S.A."
* Harold B. Simpson, "Hood's Texas Brigade at Appomattox"
Number seventeen in the Fred H. and Ella Mae Moore Texas History Reprint
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