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Portraits of Conflict

Bobby Roberts and Carl Moneyhon

Published Date: January 1, 1993

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A Photographic History of Mississippi in the Civil War
424 Pages

About this book

This largest volume yet in the University of Arkansas Press’s award-winning series on the Civil War deepens our understanding of the nation’s costliest human conflict. It tells the stories of the ordinary soldiers—their heroism and fear, the boredom and the misery—in the midst of war.


“The series, from its beginning, had a specific purpose—an emphasis upon the individual’s experience of war. The first volume made its authors aware that behind the larger stories of war are the thousands of individuals who lived through or died as a result. The series makes no pretense at providing a comprehensive history of the war in each state covered, but we do hope that it brings home the human aspect of this conflict.”

—Carl Moneyhon and Bobby Roberts, in the preface to POC: Alabama

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