Diouf broadens our understanding of the varieties of enslaved experience, as well as the many ways that black peoples' actions destabilized the peculiar institution.Read More
These essays....provide the reader with a sense of how the field has evolved over the past few decades and where we might be headed in our understanding of the Civil War eraRead More
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Terry's Texas Rangers went into the Civil War with a reputation they had not earned, but left it with one that lingers to this day.Read More
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A brief visual look at one of the Civil War's most common medical procedures.