“Going up the Spout”: Converging Defeat on the Battlefield and Home Front
This chapter discusses the idea that the Civil War's greatest impact on children came through its impact on their family life. Households in South Carolina experienced severe problems because the war drained their districts of doctors and skilled artisans important to the functioning of their communities.
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