“Hard War and the ‘Hand of God’: Massachusetts Abolitionists and the Burning of Darien, Georgia, in 1863”


By Colin Woodward

Here’s a PDF version of the paper on the burning of Darien I presented at the Dublin Conference at Historic Deerfield in June. Any comments would be welcome. Bear in mind, though, if I ever get the time to turn this into an article, it would be quite different from the version posted here.

Colin Woodward is a historian and archivist. He is the author of Marching Masters, Slavery, Race, and the Confederate Army during the Civil War (University of Virginia Press, 2014). He is writing a second book on Johnny Cash.

About amerikanrambler

Amerikan Rambler is a Virginia-based blog and podcast hosted by Colin Woodward. Colin is a historian, author, and amateur musician, who works in the archives full-time. Author of Marching Masters: Slavery, Race, and the Confederate Army during the Civil War, he is now writing a book on the historical, family, and musical roots of Johnny Cash.
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One Response to “Hard War and the ‘Hand of God’: Massachusetts Abolitionists and the Burning of Darien, Georgia, in 1863”

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