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This issue contains 24 articles in total

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  1. Contributors
  2. Books Received
  3. In Memoriam
  4. No Mercy Here: Gender, Punishment, and the Making of Jim Crow Modernity by Sarah Haley (review)
  5. Troubled Refuge: Struggling for Freedom in the Civil War by Chandra Manning (review)
  6. Extreme Civil War: Guerrilla Warfare, Environment, and Race on the Trans-Mississippi Frontier by Matthew M. Stith (review)
  7. Bushwhackers: Guerrilla Warfare, Manhood, and the Household in Civil War Missouri by Joseph M. Beilein Jr. (review)
  8. Braxton Bragg: The Most Hated Man of the Confederacy by Earl J. Hess (review)
  9. Gathering to Save a Nation: Lincoln and the Union's War Governors by Stephen D. Engle (review)
  10. Apostle of Union: A Political Biography of Edward Everett by Matthew Mason (review)
  11. Liberty and Union: The Civil War Era and American Constitutionalism by Timothy S. Huebner (review)
  12. University, Court, and Slave: Pro-Slavery Thought in Southern Colleges and Courts and the Coming of Civil War by Alfred L. Brophy (review)
  13. The Politics of Black Citizenship: Free African Americans in the Mid-Atlantic Borderland, 1817–1863 By Andrew K. Diemer (review)
  14. Bonds of Union: Religion, Race, and Politics in a Civil War Borderland By Bridget Ford (review)
  15. The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America By Andrés Reséndez (review)
  16. The Power to Die: Slavery and Suicide in British North America by Terri L. Snyder (review)
  17. Africans in the Old South: Mapping Exceptional Lives across the Atlantic World by Randy J. Sparks (review)
  18. Slavery's Capitalism: A New History of American Economic Development ed. by Sven Beckert and Seth Rockman (review)
  19. Rethinking the Confederate Home Front
  20. Pensions and Protest: Former Slaves and the Reconstructed American State
  21. Freedom, Economic Autonomy, and Ecological Change in the Cotton South, 1865–1880
  22. "If Heart Speaks Not to Heart": Condolence Letters and Confederate Widows' Grief
  23. The Catholic Press, the Bible, and Protestant Responsibility for the Civil War
  24. Editor's Note
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