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Re: Questions and Answers about Unionism in the South
Posted by: Dave Frederick (ID *****5447) Date: April 02, 2003 at 16:28:38
In Reply to: Questions and Answers about Unionism in the South by Don Umphrey of 780

Thank you Don for presenting this question for all of us to "jump" in.

I have started "charting" or mapping unionisim in just one county and trying to make sense of it. I took the land deed information and 1860 census of Marion Co. Alabama, found the information on rosters of Confederate and Unionist. I placed the information on a county wide map. I do not see any spatial "pattern". Confederate and Unionist can be/are nieghbors and kin.

Still looking.

Thanks

Dave Frederick


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