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  Volume 1, Number 2, June 2011

Table of Contents

Articles

"We Are Men!": Frederick Douglass and the Fault Lines of Gendered Citizenship

pp. 143-175
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"No Place for the Sick": Nature's War on Civil War Soldier Mental and Physical Health in the 1862 Peninsula and Shenandoah Valley Campaigns

pp. 176-206
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"Her Claim for Pension Is Lawful and Just": Representing Black Union Widows in Late-Nineteenth Century North Carolina

pp. 207-236
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Review Essay

Partisans, New History, and Modernization: The Historiography of the Civil War's Causes, 1861–2011

pp. 237-264
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Book Reviews

Philadelphia Stories: America's Literature of Race and Freedom (review)

pp. 265-268
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Contentious Liberties: American Abolitionists in Post-Emancipation Jamaica, 1834–1866 (review)

pp. 268-270
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Toussaint Louverture and the American Civil War: The Promise and Peril of a Second Haitian Revolution (review)

pp. 270-272
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American Homicide (review)

pp. 272-274
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The Grand Design: Strategy and the U.S. Civil War (review)

pp. 275-277
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Blue and Gray Diplomacy: A History of Union and Confederate Foreign Relations (review)

pp. 277-279
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Justice in Blue and Gray: A Legal History of the Civil War (review)

pp. 279-282
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Baring the Iron Hand: Discipline in the Union Army (review)

pp. 283-284
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Fields of Blood: The Prairie Grove Campaign (review)

pp. 285-286
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Why Texans Fought in the Civil War (review)

pp. 287-288
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The Great Task Remaining Before Us: Reconstruction as America's Continuing Civil War (review)

pp. 289-291
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Freedwomen and the Freedmen's Bureau: Race, Gender, and Public Policy in the Age of Emancipation (review)

pp. 291-293
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John Bell Hood and the Fight for Civil War Memory (review)

pp. 293-295
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The Good Men Who Won the War: Army of the Cumberland Veterans and Emancipation Memory, and: A Chickamauga Memorial: The Establishment of America's First Civil War National Military Park (review)

pp. 295-297
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The Horrible Gift of Freedom: Atlantic Slavery and the Representation of Emancipation (review)

pp. 297-300
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Books Received

pp. 301-303
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Professional Notes

The Seven O'Clock Lecture

pp. 304-309
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Contributors

p. 310
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Research Areas

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