Routes of war : the world of movement in the Confederate south
- OCLC: ocn794004229
- ISBN: 0674065107
- ISBN: 9780674065109
- ISBN: 0674069471
- ISBN: 9780674069473
1 online resource (260 pages) : maps
- Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2012.
|Bibliography:|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 207-250) and index.
|Contents:|| Prologue: murders and movements -- Nation building on the road -- Armies on the march and the languages of motion -- Southerners on the run -- Dissolution in motion: the end of the Confederacy -- Epilogue: memory and movement.
|Summary:|| The Civil War thrust millions of men and women--rich and poor, soldiers and civilians, enslaved and free--onto the roads of the South. During four years of war, Southerners lived on the move. In the hands of Yael A. Sternhell, movement becomes a radically new means to perceive the full trajectory of the Confederacy's rise, struggle, and ultimate defeat. --from publisher description.
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