American Indians and the Civil War. Official National Park Service Handbook
More than 20,000 American Indians fought in the Civil War, some for the Union and some for the Confederacy. Though some opposed slavery and others held slaves, this was not their driving issue. Most were fighting to remain independent on their own lands. This publication is adding tribal voices to another chapter of American history. It documents oral tradition for generations to com while validating generations past
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|Honeoye Public Library||973.74 (Text)