The World of the Civil War: A Daily Life Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

  • Lisa Tendrich Frank
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  • ISBN-10: 1440829799
  • ISBN-13: 9781440829796
  • DDC: 973.7003
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 743 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2015 | Published/Released November 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2015

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Overview

Covering everything from the arts to food and drink, religion, social customs, and technology, this two-volume set provides an in-depth, accessible look at the social, cultural, economic, and political aspects of the American Civil War.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Preface.
Introduction.
Chronology.
Arts.
1: Introduction.
2: Art.
3: “Battle Hymn of the Republic”.
4: Brady, Mathew B. (ca. 1823–1896).
5: Dance.
6: Diary Writing.
7: “Dixie”.
8: Douglass, Frederick (1818–1895).
9: Flags, Confederate.
10: Flags, United States.
11: Harper's Weekly.
12: Letter Writing.
13: Literature, Northern.
14: Literature, Southern.
15: Macaria; or, Altars of Sacrifice (1864).
16: Music, Military.
17: Music, Nonmilitary.
18: Newspapers, Northern.
19: Newspapers, Southern.
20: Photography.
21: Poetry.
22: Portraiture.
23: Quilts.
24: Serial Novels.
25: Slave Narratives.
26: Theater.
27: Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852).
28: Whitman, Walt (1819–1892).
Clothing, Fashion, and Appearance.
29: Introduction.
30: Children's Dress, Confederate.
31: Children's Dress, Union.
32: Clothing, Status and Position.
33: Clothing, Style and Function.
34: Dress, Slaves.
35: Fashion.
36: Godey's Lady's Book.
37: Homespun.
38: Hoop Skirts.
39: Jewelry.
40: Men's Dress, Confederate Civilian.
41: Men's Dress, Union Civilian.
42: Mourning Clothes.
43: Personal Hygiene.
44: Sewing Societies.
45: Shortages, Clothing.
46: Textiles.
47: Undergarments.
48: Uniforms, Confederate.
49: Uniforms, Union.
50: Women's Dress, Confederate.
51: Women's Dress, Union.
Economy and Work.
52: Introduction.
53: Agriculture.
54: Artisans.
55: Camp Followers.
56: Cattle Industry.
57: Factory Owners.
58: Factory Workers, Northern.
59: Factory Workers, Southern.
60: Government Girls.
61: Impressment.
62: Landowners.
63: Munitions Factories.
64: Plantations.
65: Poverty.
66: Prostitutes.
67: Rural Life, Northern.
68: Rural Life, Southern.
69: Slaveholders.
70: Slavery.
71: Springfield Armory.
72: Sutlers.
73: Treasury Girls.
74: Tredegar Iron Works.
75: Urban Life, Northern.
76: Urban Life, Southern.
77: Wartime Reconstruction.
Family Life and Gender Roles.
78: Introduction.
79: Aid Societies.
80: Childbirth.
81: Childhood and Adolescence, Northern.
82: Childhood and Adolescence, Southern.
83: Courtship and Marriage.
84: Cult of Domesticity.
85: Death, Civilian.
86: Divorce.
87: Free Blacks.
88: Honor.
89: Hospitals, Visitors To.
90: Household Entertainment.
91: Immigrants.
92: Manhood, Northern.
93: Manhood, Southern.
94: Midwifery.
95: Motherhood.
96: Patriarchy.
97: Slave Families.
98: United States Sanitary Commission (USSC).
99: Widows, Confederate.
100: Widows, Union.
101: Womanhood, Northern.
102: Womanhood, Southern.
103: Woman Order (General Order 28).
104: Young Men.
105: Young Women.
Food and Drink.
106: Introduction.
107: Coffee.
108: Cookbooks and Recipes.
109: Food, African Americans.
110: Food, Native Americans.
111: Food, Northern.
112: Food, Shortages.
113: Food, Soldiers.
114: Food, Southern.
115: Food, Upper Classes.
116: Food Riots.
117: Foraging.
118: Gardens.
119: Hardtack.
120: Hunting.
121: Kitchens.
122: Mealtime Etiquette.
123: Moonshine.
124: Salt.
125: Spirits.
126: Substitutes, Food and Drink.
127: Taverns.
128: Tea.
129: Tobacco.