: Elizabeth Reitz Mullenix
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Dawson and Whittemore, Lights and Shadows of the Great Rebellion
, 9. Mason
likewise mentions one instance of this scene in his analysis. However, the
appearance of some version of this scene in numerous play-texts suggests that
the real contributions of black men to the war were often slighted in the GAR
plays. See Mason, Myth and Melodrama, 169. Renauld, Our Heroes, 11.
Stedman, The Confederate Spy, 39. Dawson and Whittemore, Lights and
Shadows, 22. Osgood, The ...