Plain People of the Confederacy

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Plain People of the Confederacy - Wiley, Bell Irvin, and Sproat, John G (Editor), and Escott, Paul (Introduction by)

This look at the Confederate experience of soldiers, African Americans, and women sparked a debate about the reasons for southern defeat when it was first published in 1944. It challenges southern myths about a contented and loyal slave population, and questions popular morale.

Plain People of the Confederacy 2000, University of South Carolina Press

ISBN-13: 9781570033629

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