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The Resource The Civil War in Popular Culture : Memory and Meaning, edited by Lawrence A. Kreiser Jr. and Randal Allred

The Civil War in Popular Culture : Memory and Meaning, edited by Lawrence A. Kreiser Jr. and Randal Allred

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The Civil War in Popular Culture : Memory and Meaning
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The Civil War in Popular Culture
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Memory and Meaning
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edited by Lawrence A. Kreiser Jr. and Randal Allred
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eng
Summary
Dividing the nation for four years, the American Civil War resulted in 750,000 casualties and forever changed the country's destiny. The conflict continues to resonate in our collective memory, and U.S. economic, cultural, and social structures still suffer the aftershocks of the nation's largest and most devastating war. Nearly 150 years later, portrayals of the war in books, songs, cinema, and other cultural media continue to draw widespread attention and controversy. In The Civil War in Popular Culture: Memory and Meaning, editors Lawrence A. Kreiser Jr. and Randal Allred analyze American ..
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The Civil War in Popular Culture : Memory and Meaning, edited by Lawrence A. Kreiser Jr. and Randal Allred
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The Civil War in Popular Culture : Memory and Meaning, edited by Lawrence A. Kreiser Jr. and Randal Allred
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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Contents
"Really, though, I'm fine" : Civil War veterans and the psychological aftereffects of killing / Michael W. Schaefer -- Traumatized manhood : Confederate amputees in history, memory, and Hollywood / Brian Craig Miller -- Relics of reunion : souvenirs and memory at Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, 1889-1895 / Daryl Black -- The graying of Gettysburg National Military Park : race, erasure, ideology, and iconography / Robert E. Weir -- War battlefields for future generations : the relationship between battlefield preservation and popular culture / Susan Chase Hall -- The cultural politics of memory : Confederate women and General William T. Sherman / Jacqueline Glass Campbell -- "Johnny I hardly knew ye" : the Civil War navies in public memory / Matthew Eng -- From history to fiction : Abraham Lincoln's most famous murder trial and the limits of dramatic license / Daniel W. Stowell -- The war in film : the depiction of combat in Glory / Paul Haspel -- The war in cardboard and ink : fifty years of Civil War board games / Alfred Wallace -- "Oh, I'm a good ol' rebel" : reenactment, racism, and the lost cause / Christopher Bates -- Afterword : untangling the webs of the Civil War and Reconstruction in the popular culture imagination / David Madden
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1 online resource (257 pages)
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9780813143224
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