The Civil War in Maryland Reconsidered
CONTENTS:Introduction, Jean H. Baker and Charles W. Mitchell“Border State, Border War: Fighting for Freedom and Slavery in Antebellum Maryland,” Richard Bell“Charity Folks and the Ghosts of Slavery in Pre–Civil War Maryland,” Jessica Millward“Confronting Dred Scott: Seeing Citizenship from Baltimore,” Martha S. Jones“‘Maryland Is This Day . . . True to the American Union’: The Election of 1860 and a Winter of Discontent,” Charles W. Mitchell“Baltimore’s Secessionist Moment: Conservatism and Political Networks in the Pratt Street Riot and Its Aftermath,” Frank Towers“Abraham Lincoln, Civil Liberties, and Maryland,” Frank J. Williams“The Fighting Sons of ‘My Maryland’: The Recruitment of Union Regiments in Baltimore, 1861–1865,” Timothy J. Orr“‘What I Witnessed Would Only Make You Sick’: Union Soldiers Confront the Dead at Antietam,” Brian Matthew Jordan“Confederate Invasions of Maryland,” Thomas G. Clemens“Achieving Emancipation in Maryland,” Jonathan W. White“Maryland’s Women at War,” Robert W. Schoeberlein“The Failed Promise of Reconstruction,” Sharita Jacobs Thompson“‘F––k the Confederacy’: The Strange Career of Civil War Memory in Maryland after 1865,” Robert J. Cook
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