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Historian Catherine Clinton takes a fresh look at some people whose lives were forever transformed by war. Her multifaceted perspective includes the stories of sisters, children, and friends torn apart by the crisis of Confederate independence, as well as those to whom silence was a way to "keep the peace". Clinton suggests those on opposing sides often sought to vindicate their losses and assert their rights by taking up the pen. The histories and memoirs she contrasts, the lives she reconstructs, and the stories she ...

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Civil War Stores
2000, Thorndike Press, Thorndike, ME

ISBN-13: 9780783888422

Large type / large print


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