Union Soldiers and the Northern Home Front: Wartime Experiences, Postwar Adjustments

By Paul A. Cimbala; Randall M. Miller | Go to book overview
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CONTENTS
Acknowledgmentsix
Introduction Randall M. Millerxi
PART 1:FILLING THE RANKS
1."We Are All in This War": The 148th Pennsylvania and Home Front Dissension in Centre County during the Civil War Carol Reardon3
2."Volunteer While You May": Manpower Mobilization in Dubuque, Iowa Russell L. Johnson30
3."If They Would Know What I Know It Would Be Pretty Hard to Raise One Company in York": Recruiting, the Draft, and Society's Response in York County, Pennsylvania, 1861–1865 Mark A. Snell69
PART 2: NORTHERNERS AND THEIR MEN IN ARMS
4."Tell Me What the Sensations Are": The Northern Home Front Learns about Combat Earl J. Hess119
5."Listen Ladies One and All": Union Soldiers Yearn for the Society of Their "Fair Cousins of the North" Patricia L. Richard143
6.Soldiering on the Home Front: The Veteran Reserve Corps and the Northern People Paul A. Cimbala182

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