This chapbook, printed on a letterpress in 1992, contains original poems about the American Civil War. Set in 6, 10 and 24 point Modern type and printed on the old family press (an 1888 Golding Pearl) at East Point in North Idaho, Ballads of the Blue and Gray contains 16 pages and is illustrated with four original linoleum block prints.
I wore the U.S. Army blue.
Did I die to stop Johnny Reb
Did I bleed to oblivion
The generals blundered into town
He gave my death a new meaning.
He gave notice of the good