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From the Publisher"Exceptional among the countless edited collections of Civil War scholarship because it achieves what every collection editor strives for: consistently strong essays that illuminate developments on the local level while contributing to broader historiographical debates in meaningful ways."
-Civil War History
"Contributors provide a number of interesting windows on North Carolinians' experiences during the Civil War. . . . The quality of the research and writing make this collection a welcome addition to the literature."
-Journal of Southern History
"Even skeptics will be pleasantly surprised by how these articles advance our knowledge. . . . Stimulating. . . . Add[s] to our understanding of gender and memory in nineteenth-century North Carolina."
-Journal of American History