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Introduction: A Civil War in the Age of Capital (Lacy K. Ford).
Part I: Sectional Conflict and the Coming of the Civil War.
1 Slavery and the Union, 1789–1833 (Douglas R. Egerton).
2 The Market Revolution (John Larson).
3 Slavery and the Old South (Larry Hudson).
4 Planters, Plain Folk, and Poor Whites in the Old South (Charles C. Bolton).
5 Humanitarian Reform and Antislavery (James B. Stewart).
6 Women in the Antebellum North (Teresa Murphy).
7 Women in the Old South (Michele Gillespie).
8 The Road to Secession (Michael Morrison).
9 The Republican Triumph (John Ashworth).
10 And the War Came (Daniel Crofts).
Part II: The Civil War and American Society.
11 Saving the Union (Kevin Gannon).
12 Civil War Military Campaigns: The Union (Carol Reardon).
13 Civil War Military Campaigns: The Confederacy (Steven Woodworth).
14 The Confederate Home Front (Mary DeCredico).
15 Emancipation (Joseph P. Reidy).
Part III: Reconstruction and the New Nation.
16 Defining Reconstruction (O. Vernon Burton, David Herr, and Matthew Cheney).
17 The Politics of Reconstruction (Michael Perman).
18 The Economics of Reconstruction (Peter A. Coclanis and Scott Marler).
19 Southern Labor and Reconstruction (R. Tracy McKenzie).
20 Northern Women during the Age of Emancipation (Nina Silber).
21 Southern Women during the Age of Emancipation (Jeannie Whayne).
22 The Legacy of Confederate Defeat (Gaines M. Foster).
23 Reconstruction and the Nation (Heather Richardson).
Posted November 14, 2011