Routes of War: The World of Movement in the Confederate South

Yael A. Sternhell

The Civil warfare thrust thousands of fellows and women―rich and bad, squaddies and civilians, enslaved and free―onto the roads of the South. in the course of 4 years of conflict, Southerners lived at the circulation. within the palms of Sternhell, stream turns into a notably new capability to understand the complete trajectory of the Confederacy’s upward thrust, fight, and supreme defeat.

Show sample text content

Download sample