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The War at Home: Perspectives on the Arkansas Experience during World War I
edited by Mark K. Christ
University of Arkansas Press, 2020
eISBN: 978-1-61075-685-3 | Paper: 978-1-68226-126-2
Library of Congress Classification D570.85.A8W37 2020
Dewey Decimal Classification 940.3767

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
The War at Home brings together some of the state’s leading historians to examine the connections between Arkansas and World War I. These essays explore how historical entities and important events such as Camp Pike, the Little Rock Picric Acid Plant, and the Elaine Race Massacre were related to the conflict as they investigate the issues of gender, race, and public health. This collection sheds new light on the ways that Arkansas participated in the war as well as the ways the war affected Arkansas then and still does today.

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