A Bluecoat Hangover

May 2010
Old Huntsville Magazine;May2010, Issue 207, p15
The article discusses the 1864 ambush and capture of Union Soldiers by Bushwacker Johnston's Confederate troops on the road outside Cox's Still House in Clear Creek, Alabama.


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