Civil War Soldiers
Drawing from unpublished letters and journals of soldiers, Reid Mitchell creates a rich social portrait of the Americans who fought in the Civil War and how their conviction, hopes, and prejudices were often starkly belied by the unseemly, contradictory reality of war.
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WARS FOR FREEDOM
ENEMIES AND SAVAGES
THE CONFEDERATE EXPERIENCE
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