Civil War Eufaula

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Told here for the first time is the compelling story of the Bluff City during the Civil War. Historian and preservationist Mike Bunn takes you from the pivotal role Eufaula played in Alabama's secession and early enthusiasm for the Confederate cause to its aborted attempt to become the state's capital and its ultimate capture by Union forces, chronicling the effects of the conflict on Eufaulans along the way. "Civil War Eufaula "draws on a wide range of firsthand individual perspectives, including those of husbands and wives, political leaders, businessmen, journalists, soldiers, students and slaves, to produce a mosaic of observations on shared experiences. Together, they communicate what it was like to live in this riverside trading town during a prolonged and cataclysmic war. It is the story of ordinary people in extraordinary times.
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ISBN: 9781626192447
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
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State: Alabama
Series: Civil War
Images: 62
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Mike Bunn is the executive director of the Historic Chattahoochee Commission. He has served as curator of history at the Columbus Museum and assistant curator of exhibits at the Old Capitol Museum of Mississippi History. Bunn graduated from the University of Alabama.
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