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  Volume 10, Number 3, September 1964

Table of Contents

Contributors to this Issue

p. vi
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The Fugitive Slave Law: A Double Paradox

pp. 229-240
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Was it a "Poor Man's Fight"?

pp. 241-245
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Congress and the Civil War Chaplaincy

pp. 246-259
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Partners in Segregation: Barnas Sears and the Peabody Fund

pp. 260-274
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John L. O'Sullivan Serves the Confederacy

pp. 275-290
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West Point in the Fifties: The Letters of Henry A. du Pont

pp. 291-308
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The U.S. Military Railroad and the Siege of Petersburg

pp. 309-316
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The Continuing War

pp. 317-321
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One Nation Indivisible: The Union in American Thought, 1776-1861 (review)

p. 322
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Naval Surgeon: Blockading the South 1862-1866. The Diary of Dr. Samuel Pellman Boyer (review)

pp. 322-323
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And Tyler Too: A Biography of John and Julia Gardiner Tyler (review)

pp. 323-325
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Fettered Freedom: Civil Liberties and the Slavery Controversy, 1830-1860 (review)

pp. 325-326
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Abel Parked Upshur: Conservative Virginian, 1790-1844 (review)

pp. 326-327
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The Confederate Constitutions (review)

pp. 327-328
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Major General Thomas Maley Harris (review)

pp. 328-329
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The Galvanized Yankees (review)

pp. 329-330
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These Men She Gave: The Civil War Diary of Athens, Georgia (review)

pp. 330-331
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Book Notes

pp. 332-334
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