- Title Pages
- Civil War America
1Marked Change in the Sentiments of the People: Slavery, Civil War, and Emancipation in Kentucky, 1792–1865
2The Rebel Spirit in Kentucky: The Politics of Readjustment, 1865–1877
3Wicked and Lawless Men: Violence and Confederate Identity, 1865–1885
4What Shall Be the Moral to Young Kentuckians? Civil War Memorial Activity in the Commonwealth, 1865–1895
5Two Kentuckys: Civil War Identity in Appalachian Kentucky, 1865–1915
6A Place Full of Colored People, Pretty Girls, and Polite Men: Literature, Confederate Identity, and Kentucky's Reputation, 1890–1915
7A Manifest Aversion to the Union Cause: War Memory in Kentucky, 1895–1935
- Creating a Confederate Kentucky
- University of North Carolina Press
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