by Joan E. Cashin
“The Free State of Jones” is a movie for our times.
Reviews of the movie America's talking about.
by Ron Briley
It’s based on historian Victoria E. Bynum’s “The Free State of Jones: Mississippi's Longest Civil War.”
by Sussan Ayala Rodriguez
A historian sifts the facts from the myths.
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