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Re: Unionist research
Posted by: Richard W. Dugan (ID *****5447) Date: January 30, 2003 at 14:27:09
In Reply to: Unionist research by Joel Mize of 780

Good bibliographic entries have been given. Let me add:

Crofts, Daniel W. Reluctant Confederates—Upper South Unionists in the
Secession Crisis.        (Chapel Hill: Univ. of N.C. Press, 1989).

Fisher, Noel. "Definitions of Loyalty: Unionist Histories of the Civil
War in East        Tennessee," Journal of East Tennessee History. No. 67
(1995), 58-88.

Madden, David. "Unionist Resistance to Confederate Occupation: The
Bridge Burners of               East Tennessee," East Tennessee Historical Society's
Publications. 51-2               (1980-81), 22-39.

Wallenstein, Peter. "Which Side Are You On? The Social Origins of White
Union Troops        From Civil War Tennessee," The Journal of East Tennessee
History. No. 63 (1991),        72-103.

Also, Georgia Lee Tatum's book, Disloyalty in the Confederacy, (listed
by Scott) is due to be republished by the U. of Nebraska and released
this month as a $10 paperback.


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