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The war was you and me : civilians in the American Civil War

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Creator
Joan E. Cashin, editor
Format
Books
Language
English
Contributors
Publication
  • Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, [2002]
  • ©2002
Physical Details
  • viii, 397 pages, 14 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm
ISBNs
0691218110, 0691091749, 9780691091747, 0691091730, 9780691091730
OCLC
on1193126879, ocm47785571

  • Includes bibliographical references and index.

  • Of bells, booms, sounds, and silences: listening to the civil war south / Mark M. Smith -- A compound of wonderful potency: women teachers of the north in the civil war south / Nina Silber -- Slaves, emancipation, and the powers of war: views from the Natchez district of Mississippi / Anthony E. Kaye -- Hearth, home, and family in the Fredericksburg campaign / George C. Rable -- The uncertainty of life: a profile of Virginia's civil war widows / Robert Kenzer -- Race, memory, and masculinity: black veterans recall the civil war / W. Fitzhugh Brundage -- An inspiration to work: Anna Elizabeth Dickinson, public orator / J. Matthew Gallman -- We are coming, father Abraham, eventually: the problem of northern nationalism in the Pennsylvania recruiting drives of 1862 / William Blair -- Living on the fault line: African American civilians and the Gettysburg campaign / Margaret S. Creighton -- Cannonballs and books: reading and the disruption of social ties on the New England home front / Ronald J. Zboray and Mary Saracino Zboray -- Deserters, civilians, and draft resistance in the north / Joan E. Cashin -- Mary Surratt and the plot to assassinate Abraham Lincoln / Elizabeth D. Leonard -- On the border: white children and the politics of war in Maryland / Peter W. Bardaglio -- Duty, country, race, and party: the Evans family of Ohio / Joseph T. Glatthaar -- Union father, rebel son: families and the question of civil war loyalty / Amy E. Murrell
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