restricted access   Volume 61, Number 4, December 2015

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Gender and the Civil War

Contributors

pp. 334-335
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Editors’ Overview

pp. 336-337
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Torn Bonnets and Stolen Silks: Fashion, Gender, Race, and Danger in the Wartime South

pp. 338-361
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George Gordon Meade and the Boundaries of Nineteenth-Century Military Masculinity

pp. 362-399
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Historians’ Forum: Bonnet Brigades at 50: Reflections on Mary Elizabeth Massey and Gender in Civil War History

Mary Elizabeth Massey and the Civil War Centennial

pp. 400-406
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Revisiting Mary Massey’s Bonnet Brigades

pp. 406-409
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Some Thoughts on Mary Elizabeth Massey

pp. 409-412
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Mary Elizabeth Massey: Standing with the Master Class

pp. 412-415
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A Political Tightrope: Mary Elizabeth Massey and Bonnet Brigades

pp. 415-418
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Mary Elizabeth Massey Then, Wikipedia Now

pp. 418-421
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Meditations on Mary Elizabeth Massey

pp. 421-425
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Home Front Snapshots: Mary Elizabeth Massey’s Ersatz in the Confederacy’s Photographs and the Model Southern Woman

pp. 425-429
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Reflections on Being a Female Historian with an Interest in Gender

pp. 430-431
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Gender History

pp. 431-433
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A la Lutte

pp. 433-439
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The Expertise of the “Lady Speaker”

pp. 439-440
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Heroics of Teaching and Writing Women’s History

pp. 440-441
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Gender Matters

pp. 441-442
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Mary Elizabeth Massey on “Leaning In”

pp. 442-444
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Reviews and Books Received

Media Review

Civil War: The Untold Story produced by Chris Wheeler (review)

pp. 445-446
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Book Reviews

Lincoln and the Power of the Press: The War for Public Opinion by Harold Holzer (review)

pp. 447-449
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The Civil War in Southern Appalachian Methodism by Durwood Dunn (review)

pp. 449-450
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Washington Brotherhood: Politics, Social Life, and the Coming of the Civil War by Rachel A. Shelden (review)

pp. 450-452
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I Freed Myself: African American Self-Emancipation in the Civil War Era by David Williams (review)

pp. 452-453
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Lincoln’s Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months That Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of the Civil War by Todd Brewster (review)

pp. 454-455
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The Man Who Would Not Be Washington: Robert E. Lee’s Civil War and His Decision That Changed American History by Jonathan Horn (review)

pp. 455-456
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Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion, and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson by S. C. Gwynne (review)

pp. 456-458
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The River Was Dyed with Blood: Nathan Bedford Forrest and Fort Pillow by Brian Steel Wills (review)

pp. 458-459
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Jubal Early: Robert E. Lee’s “Bad Old Man” by Benjamin Franklin Cooling III (review)

pp. 459-461
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Music Along the Rapidan: Civil War Soldiers, Music, and Community during Winter Quarters, Virginia by James A. Davis (review)

pp. 461-463
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Emancipation, The Union Army, and the Reelection of Abraham Lincoln by Jonathan W. White (review)

pp. 463-464
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On a Great Battlefield: The Making, Management, and Memory of Gettysburg National Military Park, 1933–2013 by Jennifer M. Murray (review)

pp. 464-466
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Gateway to the Confederacy: New Perspectives on the Chickamauga and Chattanooga Campaigns, 1862–1863 ed. by Evan C. Jones and Wiley Sword (review)

pp. 466-468
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Citizen-General: Jacob Dolson Cox and the Civil War Era by Eugene D. Schmiel (review)

pp. 468-469
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Uncommonly Savage: Civil War and Remembrance in Spain and the United States by Paul D. Escott (review)

pp. 469-471
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 471-472
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