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Inside Connecticut and the Civil War
Essays on One State’s Struggles
Matthew Warshauer, ed.

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

Acknowledgments
• Introduction — Matthew Warshauer
• Guns and Butter: How Connecticut Financed the Civil War — James E. Brown
• Mystic Shipbuilding and the Union Navy — Diana Moraco
• Patriotism and Abolitionism in Civil War–Era Windham County — Carol Patterson-Martineau
• Untried to Unrivaled: The Fourteenth Regiment, Connecticut Volunteer Infantry — David C. W. Batch
• The Colt Armory Fire: Connecticut and the Great Confederate Conspiracy — Luke G. Boyd
• Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in the Civil War: Connecticut Casualties and a Look into the Mind — Michael Sturges
• Patriot, Soldier, Statesman: General Joseph R. Hawley and Civil War Commemoration in Connecticut — Todd Jones
• From Decoration Day to the Centennial Commission: Civil War Commemoration in Connecticut, 1868–1965 — Emily E. Gifford
• Teaching the Past’s Perspective of the Past: Civil War Reenactors in Connecticut — Michael Conlin
• Contributors
• Index

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