Archaeological Perspectives on the American Civil War

Archaeological Perspectives on the American Civil War

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 412 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780813018348
  • DDC分類 973.7

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From studies of Antietam Battlefield, site of the bloodiest day in American military history, to Andersonville, the infamous Confederate prison, these graphically illustrated essays broaden our understanding of the American Civil War. They demonstrate how historical archaeology, combined with the traditional techniques of history, generates new insights into battlefield tactics, social and military history, and the effects of the war on civilians and communities.

Table of Contents

        List of Figures                            ix
List of Tables xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Introduction xvii
Edwin C. Bearss
``To Peel This Land'' xxv
Clarence R. Geier
Stephen R. Potter
Part I. Tactics and the Conduct of Battle 1 (94)
``No Maneuvering and Very Little Tactics'': 3 (26)
Archaeology and the Battle of Brawner Farm
Stephen R. Potter
Robert C. Sonderman
Marian C. Creveling
Susannah L. Dean
The Submarine H. L. Hunley: Confederate 29 (14)
Innovation and Southern Icon
Steven D. Smith
Fortifying the Landscape: An Archaeological 43 (13)
Study of Military Engineering and the Atlanta
Campaign
Robert J. Fryman
An Irishman Dies at Antietam: An Archaeology 56 (17)
of Individual
Stephen R. Potter
Douglas W. Owsley
The Battle of Cool Spring, July 16-20, 1864 73 (22)
Joseph W. A. Whitehorne
Clarence R. Geier
Part II. The Home Front and Military Life 95 (192)
``For the Convenience and Comforts of the 99 (26)
Soldiers and Employees at the Depot'':
Archaeology of the Owens' House/Post Office
Complex, Camp Nelson, Kentucky
W. Stephen McBride
Susan C. Andrews
Sean P. Coughlin
Defending the Capital: The Civil War Garrison 125 (23)
at Fort C.F. Smith
Joseph Balicki
The Sheridan Field Hospital, Winchester, 148 (18)
Virginia, 1864
Joseph W. A. Whitehorne
Clerence R. Geier
Warren R. Hofstra
Far from the Battlefield: Archaeology at 166 (22)
Andersonville Prison
Guy Prentice
Marie C. Prentice
Antietam: The Cultural Impact of Battle on an 188 (29)
Agrarian Landscape
Elise Manning-Sterling
``Four Years of Hell'': Domestic Life in 217 (12)
Harpers Ferry during the Civil War
Paul A. Shackel
``The Colored Laborers Work as Well as When 229 (24)
Slaves'': African Americans in the
Breadbasket of the Confederacy 1850-1880
Kenneth E. Koons
``Free within Ourselves'': African American 253 (17)
Landscapes at Manassas National Battlefield
Park
Laura J. Galke
Battling beyond First and Second Manassas: 270 (17)
Perseverance on a Free African American Farm
Site
Erika K. Martin Seibert
Mia T. Parsons
Part III. New Methods and Techniques 287 (74)
The Archaeology of Retreat: Systematic Metal 289 (16)
Detector Survey and Information System
Analysis at the Battlefield of Chickamauga,
September 1863
John E. Cornelison, Jr.
Surveying the Civil War: Methodological 305 (18)
Approaches at Antietam Battlefield
Bruce B. Sterling
Bernard W. Slaughter
Archaeological Interpretations of the Battle 323 (25)
of Antietam through Analysis of Small Arms
Projectiles
Bruce B. Sterling
``Double the Cannister and Give 'Em Hell'': 348 (13)
Artillery at Antietam
Jeffrey Harbison
Glossary 361 (4)
Bibliography 365 (36)
Contributors 401 (4)
Index 405