One of the enduring yet little-examined themes in Civil War lore is the widespread belief that on the field of battle and afterward, members of Masonic lodges would give aid and comfort to wounded or captured enemy Masons, often at great personal sacrifice and danger. This work is a deeply researched examination of the recorded, practical effects of Freemasonry among Civil War participants on both sides.
"Excellent Masonic and Civil War History"
The only man who can bring a failing US Army expedition to Utah back from the brink is Dan Spencer. Trouble is, the army kicked him out last year....
In the aftermath of the Civil War, United States relations with Mexico were marked by conflict between the desire to aid Juarez and an unwillingness to openly oppose Emperor Maximilian. Defying the vacillating policy of diplomacy, General Sheridan massed troops and supplies on the Rio Grande, then sent out a call for the one man capable of helping the Juarists. He was Fred Starke, sub rosa agent of the Union army, friend of Juarez, hero of the border, Texas legend.