Volume 60, Number 2, June 2014

Table of Contents

Contributors

p. 120
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Hubbell Prize Awarded

p. 121
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Editors’ Overview

p. 122
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Marked by War: Demobilization, Disability, and the Trope of the Citizen-Soldier in Miss Ravenel’s Conversion

pp. 123-151
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“Let the Empire Come”: Imperialism and Its Critics in the Reconstruction South

pp. 152-189
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Reviews and Notes

Gettysburg: The Last Invasion by Allen C. Guelzo (review)

pp. 190-192
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Sick from Freedom: African-American Illness and Suffering during the Civil War and Reconstruction by Jim Downs, and: Doctoring Freedom: The Politics of African American Medical Care in Slavery and Emancipation by Gretchen Long (review)

pp. 192-195
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The Fall of the House of Dixie: How the Civil War Remade the American South by Bruce Levine (review)

pp. 195-197
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Flush Times and Fever Dreams: A Story of Capitalism and Slavery in the Age of Jackson by Joshua D. Rothman (review)

pp. 197-199
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Almost Free: A Story about Family and Race in Antebellum Virginia by Eva Sheppard Wolf (review)

pp. 199-201
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To Live an Antislavery Life: Personal Politics and the Antebellum Black Middle Class by Erica L. Ball (review)

pp. 201-202
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Family or Freedom: People of Color in the Antebellum South by Emily West (review)

pp. 202-203
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John Brown’s Spy: The Adventurous Life and Tragic Confession of John E. Cook by Steven Lubet (review)

pp. 203-205
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The Failure of Popular Sovereignty: Slavery, Manifest Destiny, and the Radicalization of Southern Politics by Christopher Childers, and: Stephen A. Douglas and Antebellum Democracy by Martin H. Quitt (review)

pp. 205-208
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The Man Who Saved the Union: Ulysses Grant in War and Peace by H. W. Brands (review)

pp. 208-209
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Abraham Lincoln and White America by Brian R. Dirck (review)

pp. 210-211
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Rebels and Runaways: Slave Resistance in Nineteenth-Century Florida by Larry Eugene Rivers (review)

pp. 211-213
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The Peninsula Campaign and the Necessity of Emancipation: African Americans and the Fight for Freedom by Glenn David Brasher (review)

pp. 213-214
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To Antietam Creek: The Maryland Campaign of September 1862 by D. Scott Hartwig (review)

pp. 215-216
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The Knoxville Campaign: Burnside and Longstreet in East Tennessee by Earl J. Hess (review)

pp. 217-218
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The Chattanooga Campaign by Ed. Steven E. Woodworth, Charles D. Grear (review)

pp. 218-220
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Civil War Dynasty: The Ewing Family of Ohio by Kenneth J. Heineman (review)

pp. 220-222
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Letters Home to Sarah: The Civil War Letters of Guy C. Taylor, 36th Wisconsin Volunteers ed. by Kevin Alderson, Patsy Alderson (review)

pp. 222-223
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Book Notes

p. 223
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Books Received

pp. 224-225
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