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  Volume 57, Number 4, December 2011

Table of Contents


p. 304

Hubbell Prize Awarded

p. 305

Editors’ Overview

p. 306

A Census-Based Count of the Civil War Dead

pp. 307-348

Conditional Confederates: Absenteeism among Western North Carolina Soldiers, 1861–1865

pp. 349-379

Historians’ Forum: The American Civil War’s Centennial vs. the Sesquicentennial

pp. 380-402

Book Reviews and Book Notes

The Confederate and Neo-Confederate Reader: The “Great Truth” about the “Lost Cause.” (review)

pp. 403-405

Lincoln and Darwin: Shared Visions of Race, Science, and Religion (review)

pp. 405-408

Colonization after Emancipation: Lincoln and the Movement for Black Resettlement (review)

pp. 408-410

Lincoln Looks West: From the Mississippi to the Pacific (review)

pp. 411-413

Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address: Echoes of the Bible and Book of Common Prayer (review)

pp. 414-415

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

pp. 415-417

Near Andersonville: Winslow Homer’s Civil War (review)

pp. 418-419

The Chickamauga Campaign (review)

pp. 420-421

Lee and Jackson’s Bloody Twelfth: The Letters of Irby Goodwin Scott, First Lieutenant, Company G, Putnam Light Infantry, Twelfth Georgia Volunteer Infantry (review)

pp. 421-423

Recollections of War Times By an Old Veteran while under Stonewall Jackson and Lieutenant General James Longstreet: How I Got In and How I Got Out (review)

pp. 423-424

A Palmetto Boy: Civil War–Era Diaries and Letters of James Adams Tillman (review)

pp. 424-426

Frontier Feminist: Clarina Nichols and the Politics of Motherhood (review)

pp. 426-428

Book Notes

pp. 428-432

Media Notes

pp. 431-432

Other Books Received

p. 433


pp. 434-436

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