Women and the American Civil War: North-South Counterpoints

TitleWomen and the American Civil War: North-South Counterpoints
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsGiesberg, Judith Ann, and Randall Miller
Number of Pages377
PublisherThe Kent State University Press
CityKent, Ohio
Abstract

The scholarship on women's experiences in the U.S. Civil War is rich and deep, but much of it remains regionally specific or subsumed in more general treatments of Northern and Southern peoples during the war. In a series of eight paired essays, scholars examine women's comparable experiences across the regions, focusing particularly on women's politics, wartime mobilization, emancipation, wartime relief, women and families, religion, reconstruction, and Civil War memory. In each pairing, historians analyze women's lives, interests, and engagement in public issues and private concerns and think critically about what stories and questions still need attention. (ProQuest Ebook Central)

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