CIVIL WAR BOSTON: Home Front & Battlefield
Discussing the effect of the turbulent war years on the city's civilian population, O'Connor examines the unique role that Boston and its inhabitants played in the Civil War. He follows the experiences of four distinctive groups of people who formed antebellum Boston: businessmen, Irish Catholic immigrants, African Americans, and women. Illus.
Publisher: Northeastern UP
Item #: 2785870
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