Cullen Montgomery Baker, Reconstruction Desperado

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Although historians have detailed the exploits of desperadoes and outlaws in the latter part of the nineteenth century, those who emerged in the immediate post-Civil War era have been largely overlooked. These outlaws, who were most active in the tri-state area of Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas, harassed the Union army and Freedmen's Bureau agents and terrorized the black population. None spread more fear than Cullen Montgomery Baker (1835?-1869). In this engrossing biography, Barry A. Crouch and Donaly E. Brice sift ...

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