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Voices From The House Divided: The American…

Voices From The House Divided: The American Civil War As Personal…

by Glenn M. Linden

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This text is an excellent supplement for Civil War or U.S. History survey course. Using diaries, letters, and other contemporary sources, this book follows 20 individuals - Northerners and Southerners - from the outbreak of hostilities at Fort Sumter to the Confederate surrender of Appomattox four years later. The sources have been edited to a manageable length and include chapter introductions and headnotes. Students get a sense of the social dimension of the war, often neglected in textbooks.

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