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Northborough in the Civil War: Citizen Soldiering and Sacrifice

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A small town in the center of Massachusetts seems an unlikely place for altering the tide of war and public opinion, but the town of Northborough played just such a role. Slavery had already sparked the War Between the States, but abolition was not the majority view. Abolitionists on both sides of the Mason-Dixon Line gave their lives for change, perhaps nowhere more passionately than in Northborough. More than half of the town's best and brightest joined the fray, and this vigorous anti-slavery activity demands attention: ...

Northborough in the Civil War: Citizen Soldiering and Sacrifice 2007, History Press (SC), Charleston, SC

ISBN-13: 9781596292208

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