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Confederate Saboteurs

Building the Hunley and Other Secret Weapons of the Civil War
Mark K. Ragan
Facing an insurmountable deficit in resources compared to the Union navy, the Confederacy resorted to unorthodox forms of warfare to combat enemy forces.

Perhaps the most energetic and effective torpedo corps and secret service company organized during the American Civil War, the Singer

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Contested Empire

Rethinking the Texas Revolution
Edited by Sam W. Haynes and Gerald D. Saxon
Introduction by Gregg Cantrell
To a large degree, the story of Texas’ secession from Mexico has been undertaken by scholars of the state. Early twentieth century historians of the revolutionary period, most notably Eugene Barker and William Binkley, characterized the conflict as a clash of two opposing cultures, yet ...

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