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"Encompasing erudition deserving of a wide audience of scholars and students, The Black Experience in the Civil War South is a fine continuance of the scholarly trend of slavery studies focused on slaves, not masters. African American emancipation destablized the Confederacy and wreaked the greatest change on the peculiar institution since the invention of the cotton gin."
Journal of American History
"… this is an ideal primer for a college-level US history survey. Summing Up: Recommended. Undergraduate collections."
"Ash succeeds both in summarizing major developments and in offering the 'fresh look' promised by the series."
The Journal of Southern History