- Title Pages
- The North's Civil War
- “A Press That Speaks Its Opinions Frankly and Openly and Fearlessly”
- Abraham Lincoln, Manhood, and Nineteenth-Century American Political Culture
- Damnable Treason or Party Organs?
- Copperheads in Connecticut
- “All Manner of Schemes and Rascalities”
- “For My Part I Dont Care Who Is Elected President”
- New Perspectives in Civil War Ethnic History and Their Implications for Twenty-First-Century Scholarship
- The Black Flag and Confederate Soldiers
- Liberia and the U.S. Civil War
- “No Regular Marriage”
- “She Is a Member of the 23rd”
- Afterword: On Mark Neely
New Answers for Old Questions about the Civil War-Era North
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