In this week’s episode, we interview journalist Eugene Meyer, author of Five for Freedom: The African American Solders in John Brown’s Army. This interview was recorded in October 2019 in Washington, DC.
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Ray Boomhower recently published To Be Hoosiers: Historic Stories of Character and Fortitude.