Civil war in the southwest borderlands 1861 1867 by andrew e masich university of oklahoma press norman 2017 3495 although the american civil war is most associated with epic battles in the east and devastating campaigns in the west then bordered by the mississippi river it did extend . Andrew e masich author university of oklahoma press january 26 2017 still the least understood theater of the civil war the southwest borderlands saw not only union and confederate forces clashing but indians hispanos and anglos struggling for survival power and dominance on both sides of the us mexico border. Review glaze robert l winter 2019 masich andrew e civil war in the southwest borderlands 1861 1867 oklahoma university press 3495 isbn 9780806155722 the civil wars civil wars civil war historiography has been well served by the recent proliferation of borderland. Andrew masichs civil war in the southwest borderlands 1861 1867 makes a strong case that the civil war time period in the region is better understood as a multitude of concurrent civil wars fought among and between numerous indigenous groups us hispanos mexicans and anglo americans while the 1861 65 conflict between union and . In civil war in the southwest borderlands andrew e masich examines the little known borderlands aspect of the warmasich highlights how pre war ethnic tensions combined with the war itself ignited a powder keg of civil wars that were fought concurrent with and connected to the american civil war for survival and dominance 4
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