The Feminized Civil War: Gender, Northern Popular Literature, and the Memory of the War, 1861-1900

TitleThe Feminized Civil War: Gender, Northern Popular Literature, and the Memory of the War, 1861-1900
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1999
AuthorsFahs, Alice
JournalJournal of American History
Volume85
Issue4
Start Page1461
Pagination1461-1494
Date Published3/1999
Abstract

Argues that popular culture in the Northern United States was an important location for representing and exploring the gender implications of the Civil War in 1860s. Details on the experiences of women of the Civil War; Newspapers and publications in the Northern United States that described the experience of the women during the Civil War.

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