Volume 47, Number 3, September 2001

Table of Contents

From: Civil War History

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“Oh, God, What a Pity!”: The Irish Brigade at Fredericksburg and the Creation of Myth

pp. 193-221
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The Confederate Press Association: Cooperative News Reporting of the War

pp. 222-239
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“The Deformed Child”: Slavery and the Election of 1864

pp. 240-257
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Book Reviews

The Political Work of Northern Women Writers and the Civil War, 1850–1872 (review)

pp. 258-259
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Of One Blood: Abolitionism and the Origins of Racial Equality (review)

pp. 259-261
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Scarlett Doesn’t Live Here Anymore: Southern Women in the Civil War Era (review)

pp. 261-262
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A Fire-Eater Remembers: The Confederate Memoir of Robert Barnwell Rhett (review)

pp. 262-264
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South Carolina in the Civil War: The Confederate Experience in Letters and Diaries (review)

pp. 264-265
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Missouri’s Confederate: Claiborne Fox Jackson and the Creation of Southern Identity in the Border West (review)

pp. 263-266
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The Websters: Letters of an American Army Family in Peace and War 1836–1853, and: “If You Love that Lady Don’t Marry Her”: The Courtship Letters of Sally McDowell and John Miller, 1854–1856 (review)

pp. 266-268
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War, Technology, and Experience aboard the U.S.S. (review)

pp. 268-269
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General John Pope: A Life for the Nation (review)

pp. 269-270
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A Higher Duty: Desertion among Georgia Troops During the Civil War (review)

pp. 271-272
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Atlanta 1864: Last Chance for the Confederacy (review)

pp. 272-273
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Contributors

p. 192
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