2 edition of On the field of honor found in the catalog.
On the field of honor
Annah Walker (Robinson) Watson
|Statement||by Annah Robinson Watson...|
|LC Classifications||PZ9.W23 On|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||02030409|
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Defined chiefly as reputation or public esteem, honor penetrated virtually every aspect of southern ethics and behavior, including race, gender, law, education, religion, and violence. Field of Honor: A Novel. D.L. Birchfield. Rating details 36 ratings 9 reviews. In D. Birchfield’s Field of Honor, a secret underground civilization of Choctaws, deep beneath the Ouachita Mountains of southeastern Oklahoma, has evolved into a high-tech culture, supported by the labor of slaves kidnapped from the surface/5.
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Field of Honor. Donn Byrne. liked it Rating details 1 rating 1 review. Irish novelist Donn Byrne was born Brian Oswald Patrick Donn-Byrne in New York in He begain writing for publication in and became a prolific novelist and short story writer until his death in a car accident in /5.
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