Confederate Phoenix Confederate Phoenix Reconstructing America Series
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- Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
- Drago, Edmund L.
- Confederate phoenix: rebel children and their families in South Carolina / Edmund L. Drago.
- p. cm.—(Reconstructing America series; no. 13)
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- ISBN 978-0-8232-2937-6 (cloth : alk. paper)
- 1. United States—History—Civil War, 1861–1865—Participation, Juvenile.
- 2. South Carolina—History—Civil War, 1861–1865—Participation, Juvenile.
- 3. United States—History—Civil War, 1861–1865—Children. 4. South
- Carolina—History—Civil War, 1861–1865—Children. 5. Child soldiers—
- South Carolina—History—19th century. 6. Children—South
- Carolina—History—19th century. 7. Teenagers—South Carolina—History—
- 19th century. I. Title.
- E585.C54D73 2008
- Printed in the United States of America
- 10 09 08 5 4 3 2 1
- First edition
Paul A. Cimbala, series editor
1. Hans L. Trefousse, Impeachment of a President: Andrew Johnson, the Blacks, and Reconstruction.
2. Richard Paul Fuke, Imperfect Equality: African Americans and the Confines of White Ideology in Post-Emancipation Maryland.
3. Ruth Currie-McDaniel, Carpetbagger of Conscience: A Biography of John Emory Bryant.
4. Paul A. Cimbala and Randall M. Miller, eds., The Freedmen's Bureau and Reconstruction: Reconsiderations.
5. Herman Belz, A New Birth of Freedom: The Republican Party and Freedmen's Rights, 1861 to 1866.
6. Robert Michael Goldman, “A Free Ballot and a Fair Count”: The Department of Justice and the Enforcement of Voting Rights in the South, 1877-1893.
7. Ruth Douglas Currie, ed., Emma Spaulding Bryant: Civil War Bride, Carpetbagger's Wife, Ardent Feminist-Letters, 1860-1900.
8. Robert Francis Engs, Freedom's First Generation: Black Hampton, Virginia, 1861-1890.
9. Robert F. Kaczorowski, The Politics of Judicial Interpretation: The Federal Courts, Department of Justice, and Civil Rights, 1866-1876.
10. John Syrett, The Civil War Confiscation Acts: Failing to Reconstruct the South.
11. Michael Les Benedict, Preserving the Constitution: Essays on Politics and the Constitution in the Reconstruction Era.
12. Andrew L. Slap, The Doom of Reconstruction: The Liberal Republicans in the Civil War Era.