"Our Work Is Not Yet Finished"

December 2015
Journal of the Civil War Era;Dec2015, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p484
Academic Journal
An essay is presented on the challenges facing U.S. soldiers of the U.S. Civil War between 1865 and 1872, particularly the personal and political costs of the war, the impossibility of forgetting the war for veterans, and the difficulties of returning to civilian life.


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