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Civil War History Journal Archive

March 2015, Volume 61, No. 1

Dec 12th, 2014 | Filed as: CWH Archive

THE MEANING OF A UNION SOLDIER’S RACIAL JOKE
By Michael D. Pierson

THE SLAVES’ ELECTION: FRÉMONT, FREEDOM, AND THE SLAVE CONSPIRACIES OF 1856
By: Douglas R. Egerton

RAIMONDO LURGHI REMEMBERED
By Emory M. Thomas



December 2014, Volume 60, No. 4

Sep 15th, 2014 | Filed as: CWH Archive

“WHERE DO WE STAND?”: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF CIVIL WAR STUDIES IN THE SESQUICENTENNIAL ERA
By Earl J. Hess

REFLECTIONS ON “WHERE DO WE STAND?”
By Jennifer Weber

REFLECTIONS ON “WHERE DO WE STAND?”
By Richard McCaslin

“THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR IN BRITISH MILITARY THOUGHT FROM THE 1880S TO THE 1930s”
By Nimrod Tal

“LETTERS FROM THE MONITOR”: THE CIVIL WAR CORRESPONDENCE OF JACOB NICKLIS, U.S. NAVY
Edited by Jonathan White and Christopher J. Chappell

“HAS THE DEMOGRAPHIC IMPACT OF CIVIL WAR DEATHS BEEN EXAGGERATED?”
By J. David Hacker



September 2014, Volume 60, No. 3

Jun 17th, 2014 | Filed as: CWH Archive

“THE FIRST SECESSIONIST WAS SATAN”: SECESSION AND THE POLITICS OF HELL IN CIVIL WAR AMERICA
By: Edward J. Blum

“WE ARE A BAND OF BROTHERS”: MANHOOD AND COMMUNITY IN CONFEDERATE CAMPS AND BEYOND
By: James J. Broomall

Film Roundtable: 12 Years a Slave



June 2014, Volume 60, No. 2

Mar 18th, 2014 | Filed as: CWH Archive

MARKED BY WAR: DEMOBILIZATION, DISABILITY, AND THE TROPE OF THE CITIZEN-SOLDIER IN MISS RAVENEL’S CONVERSION
By: John Casey

“LET THE EMPIRE COME”: IMPERIALISM AND ITS CRITICS IN THE RECONSTRUCTION SOUTH
By: Andrew Heath



March 2014, Volume 60, No. 1

Dec 11th, 2013 | Filed as: CWH Archive

“LET US HEAR NO MORE ‘NATIVISM’”: THE CATHOLIC PRESS IN THE MEXICAN AND CIVIL WARS
By: William B. KURTZ

PATHS TO RECONCILIATION: NORTHERN SECTIONAL ROMANCES OF THE CIVIL WAR ERA
By: Megan L. Bever

TWO HARRYS AND “A MOST INTERESTING STORY”: A DOCUMENT OF NOTE
By: Ethan S. Rafuse

DOUGLAS SOUTHALL FREEMAN, THE CIVIL WAR, AND THE IDEA OF THE SOUTH
By: Keith Dickson

A TRIBUTE TO ROBERT W. JOHANNSEN
By: Bruce Tap



December 2013, Volume 59, No. 4

Aug 28th, 2013 | Filed as: CWH Archive

REFLECTIONS ON “THE TRAUMA OF WAR” AND SHOOK OVER HELL
By: Eric T. Dean Jr.

DIFFICULT HUNTING: ACCESSING CONNECTICUT PATIENT RECORDS TO LEARN ABOUT POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER DURING THE CIVIL WAR
By: Matthew Warshauer and Michael Sturges

“A BURDEN TOO HEAVY TO BEAR”: WAR TRAUMA, SUICIDE, AND CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS
By: Diane Miller Sommerville

“COWARDICE WEAKNESS OR INFIRMITY, WHICHEVER IT MAY BE TERMED”: A SHADOW HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR
By: Christopher Walsh



September 2013, Volume 59, No. 3

May 30th, 2013 | Filed as: CWH Archive, Uncategorized

NATIONS COLLIDING: THE CIVIL WAR COMES TO INDIAN TERRITORY
By: Troy Smith

PERCEPTIONS OF AMERICA AND BRITISH REFORM DURING THE 1860s
By: Michael J. Turner

Film Roundtable: Lincoln



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