Christian Manhood and Respectability: David Schenck and the Making of a Confederate Identity

Steward, Rodney J.
January 2005
North Carolina Historical Review;Jan2005, Vol. 82 Issue 1, p61
Academic Journal
Profiles David Schenck of Lincolnton, North Carolina, focusing on how he embodied the Confederate identity of the Southern U.S. Characteristics of the professional middle class in Souther U.S.; Family background of Schenck; Social and religious conditions in North Carolina during the 1850s; Information on the career of Schneck as a lawyer.


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