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A most unsettled state : first-person accounts of St. Louis during the Civil War / NiNi Harris
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977.866 H313M
St. Louis : Reedy Press, c2013.
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Descript
vii, 192 p. : ill., port. ; 23 cm.
Bibliog.
Includes bibliographical references.
Summary
During the Civil War, St. Louis was under martial law. The city was divided to the core. Author NiNi Harris has collected memoirs, letters, sermons, and accounts that reveal a critical time in a volatile place. Learn firsthand about the women who nursed wounded soldiers, the ministers who were appalled by slavery, and Southern sympathizers whose resentment grew as the Union gained control of St. Louis. This book contains eyewitness accounts of significant events that occurred in the streets, not to mention the writers' insights and feelings.
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ISBN
1935806556
9781935806554
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