A Civil War Treasury: Being a Miscellany of Arms and Artillery, Facts and Figures, Legends and Lore, Muses and Minstrels, Personalities and People

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A
Civil War
Treasury

Being a Miscellany of Arms and Artillery,
Facts and Figures, Legends and Lore,
Muses and Minstrels, Personalities and People

Albert A. Nofi

DA CAPO PRESS

NEW YORK

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  • A Civil War Treasury - Being a Miscellany of Arms and Artillery, Facts and Figures, Legends and Lore, Muses and Minstrels, Personalities and People *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments 9
  • Preface 11
  • I - The Eve of War 13
  • Incidents of War 19
  • The Men 22
  • The Women 32
  • Lincoln 33
  • The Units 36
  • War and Society 39
  • Army Life 47
  • War and the Muses 48
  • II - 1861 51
  • Incidents of War 56
  • The Men 69
  • Lincoln 86
  • The Units 87
  • War and Society 94
  • The Ways of War 101
  • Army Life 117
  • War and the Muses 122
  • III - 1862 129
  • Incidents of War 136
  • The Men 144
  • The Women 160
  • Lincoln 161
  • The Units 163
  • War and Society 169
  • The Ways of War 172
  • The Ships 183
  • Army Life 190
  • War and the Muses 193
  • IV - 1863 201
  • Incidents of War 206
  • The Men 215
  • The Women 232
  • Lincoln 234
  • The Units 238
  • War and Society 243
  • The Ways of War 246
  • The Ships 256
  • War and the Muses 262
  • V - 1864 265
  • Incidents of War 271
  • The Men 276
  • The Women 290
  • Lincoln 294
  • The Units 297
  • War and Society 302
  • The Ways of War 306
  • The Ships 316
  • Army Life 322
  • War and the Muses 326
  • VI - 1865 333
  • Incidents of War 337
  • The Men 340
  • The Women 355
  • Lincoln 361
  • The Units 365
  • War and Society 368
  • The Ships 375
  • Army Life 381
  • War and the Muses 385
  • VII - Aftermath 389
  • Incidents of War 394
  • The Men 400
  • War and Society 402
  • War and the Muses 411
  • The Civil War Today 416
  • The Civil War Scholar 419
  • Index 425
  • Other Titles of Interest 432
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