||North's Civil War
||Introduction: new answers for old questions about the Civil War-era North / Andrew L. Slap and Michael Thomas Smith -- "A press that speaks its opinions frankly and openly and fearlessly": the contentious relationship between the Democratic press and the party in the antebellum North / Matthew Isham -- Abraham Lincoln, manhood, and nineteenth-century American political culture / Michael Thomas Smith -- Damnable treason or party organs? democratic secret societies in Pennsylvania / Robert M. Sandow -- Copperheads in Connecticut: a peace movement that imperiled the union / Matthew Warshauer -- "All manner of schemes and rascalities": the politics of promotion in the Union Army / Timothy J. Orr -- "For my part I dont care who is elected president": the Union Army and the elections of 1864 / Jonathan W. White -- New perspectives in Civil War ethnic history and their implications for twenty-first-century scholarship / Christian B. Keller -- The black flag and Confederate soldiers: total war from the bottom up? / Michael J. Bennett -- Liberia and the U.S. Civil War / Karen Fisher Younger -- "No regular marriage": African American veterans and marriage practices after emancipation / Andrew L. Slap -- "She is a member of the 23rd": Lucy Nichols and the community of the Civil War regiment / Barbara A. Gannon.
|General note||Includes index.|
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|Technical details||Mode of access: World Wide Web|
|ISBN||9780823245680 (cloth : alk. paper)|
|ISBN||9780823245697 (pbk. : alk. paper)|