Divided houses : gender and the Civil War / edited by Catherine Clinton and Nina Silber.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Clinton, Catherine, 1952-, Silber, Nina.
Format: Book
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 1992.
Table of Contents:
  • The Civil War as a crisis in gender / LeeAnn Whites
  • The politics of yeoman households in South Carolina / Stephanie McCurry
  • Soldiering, manhood, and coming of age: a northern volunteer / Reid Mitchell
  • No desperate hero: manhood and freedom in a Union soldier's experience / David W. Blight
  • "I's a man now": gender and African American men / Jim Cullen
  • Arranging a doll's house: refined women as Union nurses / Kristie Ross
  • Acting her part: narratives of Union women spies / Lyde Cullen Sizer
  • "Missing in action": women of the confedercy / George Rable
  • Women and guerrilla warfare / Michael Fellman
  • Altars of sacrifice: Confederate women and the narratives of war / Drew Gilpin Faust
  • "Since the war broke out": the marriage of Kate and William McLure
  • The children of jubilee: African American childhood in wartime / Peter Bardaglio
  • Wartime dialogues on illicit sex: white women and black men / Martha Hodes
  • Warwork and the crisis of domesticity in the North / Jeanie Attie
  • Writing out the war: Harriet Beecher Stowe's averted gaze / Patricia R. Hill
  • Intemperate men, spiteful women, and Jefferson Davis / Nina Silber
  • Reconstructing freedwomen / Catherine Clinton
  • Reshapping the bonds of womanhood: divorce in reconstruction North Carolina / Victoria Bynum.