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Public Commemoration of the Civil War and Monuments to Memory: The Triumph ...

Edward T. O'Connell - 2008 - 383 pages
Although the Confederacy was defeated in battle it emerged on the field at Gettysburg as victorious in memory. The constructed image and public memory of Robert E. Lee makes ...
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Remembering the Civil War: Reunion and the Limits of Reconciliation

Caroline E. Janney - History - 2013 - 451 pages
Popular literature and frontier studies stress that Americans moved west to farm or to seek a new beginning. Scott Rohrer argues that Protestant migrants in early America ...
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American Civil War, Volume 2

Steven E. Woodworth - History - 2008
Provides historical information on the battlefield and homefront experience and the political, economic, social, and cultural life of the North and South during the War ...
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The Civil War veteran: a historical reader

Larry M. Logue, Michael Barton - History - 2007 - 457 pages
The Civil War Veteranpresents a profound but often troubling story of the postwar experiences of Union and Confederate Civil War veterans. Most ex-soldiers and their neighbors ...
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The Sacred Remains: American Attitudes Toward Death, 1799-1883

Gary Laderman - Family & Relationships - 1999 - 227 pages
This fascinating book explores the changing attitudes toward death and the dead in northern Protestant communities during the nineteenth century. Gary Laderman offers insights ...
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Enduring Legacy: Rhetoric and Ritual of the Lost Cause

W. Stuart Towns - History - 2012 - 190 pages
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Rhetoric and ritual commemorating war has been a part of human culture for ages. In Enduring Legacy, W. Stuart Towns ...
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Remembering War the American Way

G. Kurt Piehler - History - 1995 - 233 pages
An engaging analysis of how Americans commemorate wars This engaging look at the political battles over how Americans have built monuments for wars, from the Civil War to ...
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A Strange and Blighted Land: Gettysburg, the Aftermath of a Battle

Gregory Ashton Coco - History - 1995 - 433 pages
This volume covers the more dismal side of the Gettysburg campaign: burials of Union and Confederate corpses, removal of the 3,000 horses killed, care of the wounded ...
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