Donelson Campaign Sources Supplementing Volume 7 of the

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Produced by Dance and Park near Anderson, Texas. Handle has a minor expansion crack along the grain. Tracing the theological war thesis from its origins to the turn of the twenty-first century, we show how the belief that the Confederacy was an orthodox Christian nation has gained increasing circulation and acceptance. Made both bronze and iron weapons including a few 8-inch Columbiads. Crow, Storm in the Mountains, spent 10 years conducting extensive Thomas Legion's research. War with Spain allowed “our boys” to once more be “wrapped in the folds of the American flag,” said General John Gordon, commander of the United Confederate Veterans, in remarks opening the proceedings.

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Publisher: University of Michigan Library (April 27, 2009)

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