Brenda Chambers McKean, Blood and War at My Doorstep: North Carolina Civilians in the War Between the States, Volume II, Xlibris, 2001, ISBN 9781453543634. Association Copy owned by Mattie Clyburn Rice, daughter (not a typo) of former slave and Confederate Army volunteer Weary Clyburn. Inscribed by the author on title page ÃÂto a Real Daughter / Mattie / 5-21-13,ÃÂ referencing RiceÃ¢ÂÂs successful battle to join the Daughters of the Confederacy despite racial discrimination. Large trade paperback (23 cm), 12, 627-1278 pp with notes and index. Author card laid in. Very Good: covers scuffed and lightly bumped, pp 831, 1191-1196 corner-creased, no internal markings. Note: The Clyburn family is not mentioned in the book, although other black Confederate soldiers are mentioned. Seller purchased this item at Mrs. RiceÃ¢ÂÂs estate sale. More information can be found about her at http://www.npr.org/2011/08/07/138587202/after-years-of-research-confederate-daughter-arises, http://www.hpenews.com/news/x950251412/Daughter-of-slave-Confederate-soldier-dies-at-91, and http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2798741/buried-fluttering-confederate-flag-daughter-black-slave-fought-southern-forces-civil-war-buried-150-years-father-went-war.html.