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1. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - Why Women Study the Civil War, by Meg Galante-DeAngelis ••••

2. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - Why Did Women Fight in the Civil War? ••••

3. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Book Review - They Fought Like Demons, Women Soldiers in the Civil War, By DeAnne Blanton and Lauren Cook ••••

4. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Seminar Review--The Critical Role of Women in the Civil, with Edward Smith< •••

5. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Book Review Civil War Wives, by Carol Berkin, Reviewed By Mark Dunkelman •••

6. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Book Review Civil War Wives, by Carol Berkin, Reviewed By Mark Dunkelman •••

7. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Book Review Civil War Wives, by Carol Berkin, Reviewed By Mark Dunkelman •••

8. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - Monument Honors 'Colored Regiment' Of Civil War, by Mary E. O'Leary ••

9. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - Old Soldiers Never Die . . . ••

10. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - Friends and Collaborators Lost in History ••

11. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Book Review - Everyday Life During the Civil War, by Michael J. Varhola ••

12. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Book Review - Mary: A Novel, by Janice Cooke Newman ••

13. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - Homeland Security, 1865 ••

14. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Book Review - Young Heroes of Gettysburg, by William Thomas Venner, reviewed by Sean Earner, Age 10, McLean, Virginia ••

15. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - Freedom House Museum ••

16. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Biography - Mary Ann Hall, 19th Century Entrepreneur ••

17. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - Discussion in the Round, by Greg Bayne ••

18. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Seminar Review - Homelands and Waterways: The American Journey of the Bond Family 1846-1926, by Adele Logan Alexander ••

19. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Book Review: Act of Justice: Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation and the Law of War, by Burrus Carnahan, edited by David Rachels ••

20. Smithsonian Civil War Studies: Article - Passover in a Civil War Camp, by Judith Dormann ••
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