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No Holier Spot Of Ground

Author: Kristina Dunn Johnson
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1614232822
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The monuments of South Carolina bear on their weathered faces and cracked tablets a history of honor and of memory embodied in stone. Whether revealing the lost graves of Southern sons, unveiling the history of the only national cemetery to inter Confederate soldiers alongside the Union fallen during wartime or recording the simple obelisks that reach for heaven throughout the Palmetto State, this volume is a story of remembrance and of mourning. Kristina Dunn Johnson, curator of history with the South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum, shares with us the powerful stories of memory and acceptance that are the legacy of the Confederacy, as varied as those who lie beneath the Southern soil.

Arkansas Civil War Heritage

Author: Dr. W. Stuart Towns
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625846606
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The American Civil War shaped the course of the country's history and its national identity. This is no less true for the state of Arkansas. Throughout the Natural State, people have paid homage and remembrance to those who fought and what was fought for in memorial celebrations and rituals. The memory of the war has been kept alive by reunions and preservationists, continuing to shape the way the War Between the States affects Arkansas and its people. Historian W. Stuart Towns expertly tells the story of Arkansas's Civil War heritage through its rituals of memorial, commemoration and celebration that continue today.

Stolen Charleston

Author: J. Grahame Long
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625845499
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During both the American Revolution and the Civil War, Charleston was not just a symbolic target but also one of the wealthiest--at least until the shelling started. Once the redcoats of 1780 and the Yankees of 1865 stormed in, nary a church, business or private home was spared fevered plundering. Worse, Charleston's own homefront defenders oftentimes helped themselves to unguarded heirlooms. In 1779, Eliza Wilkinson's shoe buckles were stolen right off her feet. In 1865, Union soldiers butchered several of Williams Middleton's valuable water buffalo and stole the others, some of which were later found at the Central Park Zoo in New York City. Join author and historian J. Grahame Long as he recounts the looting and lost treasures of Charleston.

The Summer The Archduke Died

Author: Louis Decimus Rubin, Jr.
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
ISBN: 0826266649
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"Writer and literary scholar Rubin turns his thoughts to World War I and its aftermath, a subject of lifelong fascination for him. Topics range from tactics used at the naval battle of Jutland, to critiques of revisionist histories of Winston Churchill, to the war's impact on literature"--Provided by publisher.

Confederate Charleston

Author: Robert N. Rosen
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
ISBN: 087249991X
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The Cradle of Secession's illustrious Civil War experience.

A Guide To Confederate Monuments In South Carolina

Author: Robert S. Seigler
Publisher: University of South Carolina Press
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A county-by-county listing of "all Confederate monuments that appear on courthouse lawns and town squares, in cemeteries, in churchyards, and in public parks throughout South Carolina; memorials erected by churches to honor members of the congregation who served or died in the war; grave markers of all Confederate generals buried in South Carolina; markers commemorating the women of the state; and numerous smaller markers."--Introduction, p. 10.

Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism

Author: Laurie Lanzen Harris
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Excerpts from criticism of the works of novelists, poets, playwrights, short story writers and other creative writers who lived between 1800 and 1900, from the first published critical appraisals to current evaluations.