Voices of Emancipation: Understanding Slavery, the Civil War, and Reconstruction through the U.S. Pension Bureau Files

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Boldface entries indicates names of claimants taken from the U.S. Pension Bureau files; page numbers in italic indicate illustrations.
1st USCHA, 62, 127
1st USCI, 39
2nd USCC, 70, 72, 136
2nd USCLA, 27, 29, 33, 36
3rd USCHA, 40
6th USCC, 16
7th USCHA, 69
8th USCHA, 34, 85, 86
9th USCHA, 40
10th USCHA, 55, 85
11th USCI, 54, 69, 122
13th USCHA, 82, 88, 92, 119
13th USCI, 104
14th USCI, 21, 32, 115
15th USCI, 17, 21
17th USCI, 37
18th USCI, 104
29th USCI, 42
31st USCI, 95, 102
37th USCI, 100
38th USCI, 135
39th USCI, 93
40th USCI, 96
41st USCI, 93
42nd USCI, 24
45th USCI, 156
46th USCI, 108
47th USCI, 19, 162
51st USCI, 23, 141
54th USCI, 101
57th USCI, 114
58th USCI, 22, 23, 30, 121
63rd USCI, 52, 61, 131, 140
65th USCI, 13, 51, 117, 130
67th USCI, 130
70th USCI, 109, 179
71st USCI, 109, 179
72nd USCI, 82, 105
74th USCI, 97
76th USCI, 129
77th USCI, 27, 55
78th USCI, 44
79th USCI, 143
80th USCI, 126
81st USCI, 106
82nd USCI, 122
83rd USCI, 44, 56
84th USCI, 143
88th USCI, 39, 40
89th USCI, 93
92nd USCI, 93, 131
96th USCI, 124
97th USCI, 39
101st USCI, 19, 37, 82
102nd USCI, 99, 101
110th USCI, 19, 82
111th USCI, 81
113th USCI, 54, 122

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Abbreviations xi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: Slavery and Emancipation 9
  • 2: The Civil War 49
  • 3: Postwar Patterns 79
  • 4: Marriage and Family 113
  • Appendix - Complete Sample Documents 151
  • Notes 193
  • Index 201
  • About the Authors 217
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