This Republic Of Suffering Death And The American Civil War

President of Harvard University interprets the significance of the U.S. Civil War's death toll. States that two percent of the country's population was killed and many died without proper burials. Analyzes the way those losses transformed American society, culture, and politics through                  the experience of shared suffering.
Author:
Drew Gilpin Faust.
Original Publisher:
Alfred A. Knopf
ISBN10:
0-375-40404-X
ISBN13:
978-0-375-40404-7
Publish Date:
01/01/2008
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Republic Of Suffering Death And The American Civil War Catalog Number: T-N1770-80
Format: Braille, 4 v., 820

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President of Harvard University interprets the significance of the U.S. Civil War's death toll. States that two percent of the country's population was killed and many died without proper burials. Analyzes the way those losses transformed American society, culture, and politics through                  the experience of shared suffering.