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Ray Mulesky writes about the Confederate General nicknamed Stovepipe Johnson who set up black painted logs and a stove pipe on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River then threatened the small town of Newburgh, Indiana.  He captured the town without a shot fired and captured all of the arms in its arsenal.  One of the few times Confederates ventured above the Mason-Dixon line this detailed story will allow you to see the southern Indiana town in a new light.  soft cover

Thunder from a Clear Sky: Stovepipe Johnson's Raid on Newburgh, Indiana

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    A Masked Man, An Indian and Me is written by Fred Foy before his death in 2010 and not published until 2018.  

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