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The Resource Daily life in Civil War America, Dorothy Denneen Volo and James M. Volo

Daily life in Civil War America, Dorothy Denneen Volo and James M. Volo

Label
Daily life in Civil War America
Title
Daily life in Civil War America
Statement of responsibility
Dorothy Denneen Volo and James M. Volo
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1949-
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Volo, Dorothy Denneen
Dewey number
973.1/1
Index
index present
LC call number
E468.9
LC item number
.V6 1998
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1947-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Volo, James M.
Series statement
Greenwood Press "Daily life through history" series,
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  • United States
  • United States
Label
Daily life in Civil War America, Dorothy Denneen Volo and James M. Volo
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction to the revised edition -- Chronology -- Part 1: History, Politics, And Slavery: -- Historian's war: -- 19th-century America -- Sowing the seeds of conflict -- Divided economy -- Modernization -- Politics as usual -- Politics: National Hobby: -- Politics of division -- Election of 1860 -- Secession -- Fire-eaters -- Southern radical press -- Act of disunion -- American Zion: -- Perfect nation -- Growing government -- Urbanization -- Religion -- Reform movements -- Temperance movement -- Prevention of pauperism -- Value of a dollar -- North finances the war -- On behalf of southern independence: -- Southern nationalism -- Reestablishing the American Revolution -- Financing disunion -- Blockade runners -- Bread riots -- Peculiar institution: slavery: -- Slave trade -- Plantation slavery -- Slave clothing -- Slave work week -- Slave food -- Slave entertainment -- Legal rights for slaves and discipline -- Draft riots -- Black churches -- Slave family -- Miscegenation -- Abolition: -- Anti-slavery movement -- Suppression of the slave trade -- Gradualism and colonization -- Abolitionists -- Black anti-slavery activists -- Slaveowners -- Slavery and the courts -- Mutiny on the Amistad -- Lemmon case -- Dred Scott decision -- Fugitive slaves -- From slavery to contraband -- Part 2: Soldiers' Lives: -- Billy Yank and Johnny Reb: -- Common soldiers -- Boys in war -- Partisan warfare -- Conscription -- Prisoners of war -- Disbanding the armies -- Hardtack and coffee: -- Supplying the army with grub -- Army food -- Cookware -- Commissary -- Foodstuffs -- Canned foods -- Camp rations -- Marching rations -- Sutlers -- Officers' mess -- Foraging -- Fresh meat -- Preserved meats -- Fresh bread -- Hardtack -- Cornbread -- Coffee -- Salt and life -- Tenting tonight: the soldier's life: -- Shelter -- Equipment -- Uniforms -- Camp life and recreation -- Tactics and strategy: -- Strategy -- Geography -- Raiders -- Railroads -- Roads -- Military organization -- Armies -- Corps and divisions -- Tactics -- Ancillary units -- Medical service -- Moral awakening -- Women at war -- Seeing the elephant: realities of life in battle: -- Marching to war -- Making contact -- Day of battle -- Wounded in battle -- Climax -- Aftermath -- Part 3: Civilians' Lives: -- Be it ever so humble: -- Front hall -- Parlor -- Library -- Dining room -- Kitchen -- Bedrooms -- Nursery -- Necessary -- Leisure time: -- Literature -- Newspapers -- Availability of reading material -- Women writers -- Photography -- Optical novelties -- Cultural institutions -- Reading clubs -- Lectures -- Games -- Croquet -- Social calls -- Ladies' crafts -- Feast or famine: food and cooking: -- Storage -- Modern advancement -- Food attitudes -- Common foods -- Food prices -- War's effect -- Shortages -- Supplementing the troops -- Look: fashion and women's clothing: -- Women's clothing -- Dress -- Undergarments -- Outerwear -- Headgear -- Ancillary clothing -- Footwear -- Accessories -- Jewelry -- Hairstyles -- Dressed for the part: men's, children's, and slaves' clothing: -- Men's clothing -- Children's clothing -- Slaves' clothing -- Elevating and expanding the young mind -- Till the mournful night is gone: death and dying -- Effects of warfare on families: -- Devastated landscape -- Absence of men -- Children of war -- Soldiers' orphans -- Whose children are these? -- Orphan trains -- Copperheads: -- Clement Vallandigham -- Anti-confederate southerners -- Watching a free government die -- Glossary of Civil War period terms -- Selected bibliography -- Index
Control code
ocn417444379
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xix, 397 pages
Isbn
9780313366031
Lccn
2009025495
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, map
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780313366031
  • (OCoLC)417444379
Label
Daily life in Civil War America, Dorothy Denneen Volo and James M. Volo
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction to the revised edition -- Chronology -- Part 1: History, Politics, And Slavery: -- Historian's war: -- 19th-century America -- Sowing the seeds of conflict -- Divided economy -- Modernization -- Politics as usual -- Politics: National Hobby: -- Politics of division -- Election of 1860 -- Secession -- Fire-eaters -- Southern radical press -- Act of disunion -- American Zion: -- Perfect nation -- Growing government -- Urbanization -- Religion -- Reform movements -- Temperance movement -- Prevention of pauperism -- Value of a dollar -- North finances the war -- On behalf of southern independence: -- Southern nationalism -- Reestablishing the American Revolution -- Financing disunion -- Blockade runners -- Bread riots -- Peculiar institution: slavery: -- Slave trade -- Plantation slavery -- Slave clothing -- Slave work week -- Slave food -- Slave entertainment -- Legal rights for slaves and discipline -- Draft riots -- Black churches -- Slave family -- Miscegenation -- Abolition: -- Anti-slavery movement -- Suppression of the slave trade -- Gradualism and colonization -- Abolitionists -- Black anti-slavery activists -- Slaveowners -- Slavery and the courts -- Mutiny on the Amistad -- Lemmon case -- Dred Scott decision -- Fugitive slaves -- From slavery to contraband -- Part 2: Soldiers' Lives: -- Billy Yank and Johnny Reb: -- Common soldiers -- Boys in war -- Partisan warfare -- Conscription -- Prisoners of war -- Disbanding the armies -- Hardtack and coffee: -- Supplying the army with grub -- Army food -- Cookware -- Commissary -- Foodstuffs -- Canned foods -- Camp rations -- Marching rations -- Sutlers -- Officers' mess -- Foraging -- Fresh meat -- Preserved meats -- Fresh bread -- Hardtack -- Cornbread -- Coffee -- Salt and life -- Tenting tonight: the soldier's life: -- Shelter -- Equipment -- Uniforms -- Camp life and recreation -- Tactics and strategy: -- Strategy -- Geography -- Raiders -- Railroads -- Roads -- Military organization -- Armies -- Corps and divisions -- Tactics -- Ancillary units -- Medical service -- Moral awakening -- Women at war -- Seeing the elephant: realities of life in battle: -- Marching to war -- Making contact -- Day of battle -- Wounded in battle -- Climax -- Aftermath -- Part 3: Civilians' Lives: -- Be it ever so humble: -- Front hall -- Parlor -- Library -- Dining room -- Kitchen -- Bedrooms -- Nursery -- Necessary -- Leisure time: -- Literature -- Newspapers -- Availability of reading material -- Women writers -- Photography -- Optical novelties -- Cultural institutions -- Reading clubs -- Lectures -- Games -- Croquet -- Social calls -- Ladies' crafts -- Feast or famine: food and cooking: -- Storage -- Modern advancement -- Food attitudes -- Common foods -- Food prices -- War's effect -- Shortages -- Supplementing the troops -- Look: fashion and women's clothing: -- Women's clothing -- Dress -- Undergarments -- Outerwear -- Headgear -- Ancillary clothing -- Footwear -- Accessories -- Jewelry -- Hairstyles -- Dressed for the part: men's, children's, and slaves' clothing: -- Men's clothing -- Children's clothing -- Slaves' clothing -- Elevating and expanding the young mind -- Till the mournful night is gone: death and dying -- Effects of warfare on families: -- Devastated landscape -- Absence of men -- Children of war -- Soldiers' orphans -- Whose children are these? -- Orphan trains -- Copperheads: -- Clement Vallandigham -- Anti-confederate southerners -- Watching a free government die -- Glossary of Civil War period terms -- Selected bibliography -- Index
Control code
ocn417444379
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xix, 397 pages
Isbn
9780313366031
Lccn
2009025495
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, map
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780313366031
  • (OCoLC)417444379

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