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Civil War History Journal Archive

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



June 2013, Volume 59, No. 2

Mar 11th, 2013 | Filed as: CWH Archive

HOW TO REMEMBER “THIS DAMNABLE GUERRILLA WARFARE”: FOUR VIGNETTES FROM CIVIL WAR MISSOURI

By Matthew C. Hulbert

CROSSING FREEDOM’S FAULT LINE: SPACE, LAW, THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD, AND CIVIL WAR CAUSALITY

By Scott Hancock

THE “TROUBLOUS TIMES” OF 1860-1861: A MEMOIR BY COLONEL RICHARD IRVING DODGE, U.S. ARMY

By Wayne Kime, Editor



March 2013, Volume 59, No. 1

Dec 31st, 2012 | Filed as: CWH Archive

HISTORIANS’ FORUM: THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION

WILLIAM HENRY SEWARD AND THE ONSET OF THE SECESSION CRISIS
By Michael Robinson

SUMNER AND FRENCH AT ANTIETAM
By Marion V. Armstrong

REVISITING CLASSIC CIVIL WAR BOOKS: “WHY GONE WITH THE WIND STILL MATTERS; OR, WHY I STILL LOVE GONE WITH THE WIND
By Anne Sarah Rubin



December 2012, Volume 58, No. 4

Sep 25th, 2012 | Filed as: CWH Archive

“It is Time for the States to Speak to the Federal Government”: The Altoona Conference and Emancipation

A Politics of Service: Black Northerners’ Debates over Enlistment in the American Civil War



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