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  Volume 60, Number 4, December 2014

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Civil War Military History

Contributors

p. 368
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Editors’ Overview

pp. 369-370
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Articles

Where Do We Stand?: A Critical Assessment of Civil War Studies in the Sesquicentennial Era

pp. 371-403
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Reflections on “Where Do We Stand?”

pp. 404-406
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Reflections on “Where Do We Stand?”

pp. 407-408
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The American Civil War in British Military Thought from the 1880s to the 1930s

pp. 409-435
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Letters from the Monitor: The Civil War Correspondence of Jacob Nicklis, U.S. Navy

pp. 436-452
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Has the Demographic Impact of Civil War Deaths Been Exaggerated?

pp. 453-458
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Book Reviews

The Problem of Democracy in the Age of Slavery: Garrisonian Abolitionists and Transatlantic Reform by W. Caleb McDaniel (review)

pp. 459-461
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The Long, Lingering Shadow: Slavery, Race, and Law in the American Hemisphere by Robert J. Cottrol (review)

pp. 461-462
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Bondage in Egypt: Slavery in Southern Illinois by Darrel Dexter (review)

pp. 462-464
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On the Edge of Freedom: The Fugitive Slave Issue in South Central Pennsylvania, 1820–1870 by David G. Smith, and: A Self-Evident Lie: Southern Slavery and the Threat to American Freedom by Jeremy J. Tewell (review)

pp. 464-467
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Secession Winter: When the Union Fell Apart by Robert J. Cook, William L. Barney, and Elizabeth R. Varon (review)

pp. 467-469
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A Field Guide to Gettysburg: Experiencing the Battlefield Through Its History, Places, and People by Carol Reardon and Tom Vossler (review)

pp. 469-470
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Atlanta, Cradle of the New South: Race and Remembering in the Civil War’s Aftermath by William A. Link (review)

pp. 471-472
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A General Who Will Fight: The Leadership of Ulysses S. Grant by Harry S. Laver (review)

pp. 472-474
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The World’s Largest Prison: The Story of Camp Lawton by John K. Derden, and: Captives in Blue: The Civil War Prisons of the Confederacy by Roger Pickenpaugh (review)

pp. 474-476
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Interpreting Sacred Ground: The Rhetoric of National Civil War Parks and Battlefields by J. Christian Spielvogel (review)

pp. 476-478
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Of Times and Race: Essays Inspired by John F. Marszalek ed. by Michael B. Ballard and Mark R. Cheathem, and: This Distracted and Anarchical People: New Answers for Old Questions about the Civil War–Era North ed. by Andrew L. Slap and Michael Thomas Smith (review)

pp. 478-482
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Standing Firmly by the Flag: Nebraska Territory and the Civil War, 1861–1867 by James E. Potter (review)

pp. 482-484
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Books Received

pp. 484-488
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Research Areas

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