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Americans at War and at Home

Southern Civilians

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Blockade runners: South's lifeline  
Confederate States Laboratories: Thirty young girls perish in factory flames  
Cowden: A Traveling Witness to the Conflict  
Fiery journalist of Richmond  
Fighting starts, ends with one family  
Ghosts of Past Fathers  
Hetty Cary: The tragedy, folly of a Baltimore rebel's life  
John Moncure Daniel: Editor fights for South in print  
Kentucky Grave Holds Designer of the Confederate Flag  
Levi Holloway Naron: The Northern Spy 'Chickasaw'  
Mary Chesnutís diary about the South  
Mary Sophia Hill, unsung nurse for the Confederacy  
Mosby saved by Herndon-area woman  
Phoebe Pember: Tireless 'Angel' of the wounded  
Poet-priest of the South gives verse to deep feelings  
Power couple of Confederacy survives defeat  
Rebel 'laureate' valiant in verse  
Rebel writers gone, but works live on  
Roosevelt Family Divides during Civil War  
Rose O'Neal Greenhow: An Outspoken and Defiant Female Spy  
Southern Women Writers: The Lost Cause's female champions  
War through eyes of Confederate women  
War's impact told in family letters  
    The Slavery Period

The American Revolution, Constitution and Founding
Fathers (1770-1820)

Jacksonian Democracy, Abolitionism and the Failure
of Unity (1820-1860)
    1861       1863        1865
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Jefferson Davis
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Robert E. Lee
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Northern Civilians
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  Slavery During the War
The Growth of Freedmen
The Emancipation Proclamation
United States Colored Troops
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The South
From Slavery to Freedom
– and Back Again
  Washington, DC, Area During the War
Richmond During the War
The Medical Field During the War
Modern Events About the Civil War
Movies About the Civil War
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